Dr. Milton Garces
Infrasound, Seismology, Fluid dynamics, CTBT monitoring, Volcano acoustics
Ph.D., Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 1995
milton@isla.hawaii.edu
+1 808 731 5151 and +1 808 956 4315
POST 818

Overview

Projects:
Consortium for Enabling Technologies & Innovation

Consortium for Monitoring, Technology, and Verification

Projects also include the study of infrasonic radiation from the 06-07 Winter surf season in the North Shore; real-time acoustic monitoring of eruptions in Kilauea, Mount St. Helens, Ecuador, and S. Colombia; participation in rocket and ground explosion tests for atmospheric model evaluations; and incorporation of infrasound into the GEOSS planning strategy.

Deployment of an underwater cabled observatory off Keahole Point, Kona, and the development of ocean monitoring systems in Panama and Hawai’i.

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Synergistic Activities

  • Ongoing: Participation in Acoustic Surveillance for Hazardous Eruptions (ASHE) program in Ecuador and Mount St. Helens Volcanoes for ash hazard mitigation. In collaboration with ICAO and FAA/NOAA.
  • Ongoing: Infrasonic volcano monitoring at Kilauea.
  • Ongoing: Deployment of Kona Ocean Monitoring Network (KOMNet) as part of HiOOS cabled observatories and in coordination with GEOSS.
  • September 2007: Site survey for two infrasound arrays in Panama as part of hurricane tracking project.
  • Winter 2006-2007: Infrasound array deployment in North Shore, Oahu, for ocean wave height monitoring. In collaboration with Honolulu NWS/NOAA.
  • First International Workshop of Acoustic Remote Sensing of Volcanoes, January 2006, http://www.isla.hawaii.edu/volcano/iwars06.shtml.
  • February 2003: Invited Speaker at the Annual Meeting of the American Academy for the Advancement of Sciences.
  • July 2003: Organized first NSF Infrasound Workshop.
  • February 2002: Invited presentation at United Nations in Vienna on the state of the art of Infrasound (17th Session of the Working Group B).
  • Founder of the Infrasound Laboratory and operator for International Monitoring System infrasound stations I59US, Hawaii, I39PW, Palau, and I52GB, Diego Garcia, British Indian Ocean Territory.
  • Recipient of University of Hawaii 2006 Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Research.
Physical Address
Infrasound Laboratory, HIGP
University of Hawai'i
73-4460 Queen Kaahumanu Hwy. #119
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740-2638

Curier Address
73970 Makako Bay Drive, 205
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
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