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The McMAC Team The McMAC project is carried out by an international team whose members contribute to various aspects of magnetoseismic research, such as deploying new magnetometer stations, providing data from other magnetometer networks, comparing magnetoseismically derived density with satellite measurements and with computer simulation, as well as supporting education and public outreach.

Peter Chi, PI (UCLA) Instrument construction, data management, and research coordination
Mark Engebretson, Co-I (Augsburg College) McMAC stations in northern U.S.
Mark Moldwin, Co-I (UCLA) MEASURE and IMAGE comparison
Ian Mann (U. of Alberta, Canada) CARISMA Array
John Samson (U. of Alberta, Canada) CARISMA Array
Chris Russell (UCLA) IGPP-LANL Array
Jose Lopez Cruz-Abeyro (UNAM, Mexico) McMAC stations in Mexico
Kiyohumi Yumoto (Kyushu U., Japan) CPMN Array
Dong-Hun Lee (Kyung Hee U., Korea) MHD simulation

 

Collaborators for Individual Stations:

Linda Winkler, Minnesota State University Moorhead Glyndon, MN
Richard Dalrymple, Minnesota West Community & Technical College Worthington, MN
Bing Chen, University of Nebraska at Omaha Bennington, NE
Gregory Smith, Emporia State University Americus, KS
Linda Wallace, University of Oklahoma Purcell, OK
Marc Hairston, University of Texas at Dallas Richardson, TX
Chelle Reno, Southwest Research Institute San Antonio, TX
John Damron, Lyford CISD Lyford, TX
Vsevolod Yutsis, Universidad Autnoma de Nuevo Len Linares, Mexico

 

McMAC's engineering team at UCLA:

Don Dearborn Magnetometer system design
Dave Pierce Magnetometer system design
Kathryn Rowe Magnetometer hardware and installation
Ben Gonzalez Magnetometer hardware
Carrie Selski Magnetometer hardware
Blaise Kuotiong Data management software
I-Hsuan Wu Web design


The McMAC Project is sponsored by the Magnetospheric Physics Program of National Science Foundation (NSF).