FDSN

   International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks

Network and Data Center Citation Information

As the distribution of seismic data becomes simpler and more widespread, the International Federation of Digital Seismographic Networks (FDSN) is developing a mechanism whereby people requesting and receiving data from a given network are periodically reminded of the network from which their data originated. In this manner, proper attribution can be given to the operating networks in scientific articles or reports.

The FDSN is compiling a set of citations that the various networks would like to have referenced whenever data from their network is used.

For more information about this service, please review this IRIS DMS Electronic Newsletter article.



Citations

Permanent Networks
 
AC / Seismological Network of Albania
Institute of Geosciences, Energy, Water and Environment, Albania (http://www.geo.edu.al)

The Seismological Network of Albania was founded in 1974 and belongs to the Department of Seismology, Institute of Geosciences, Energy, Water and Environment, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania.

http://www.geo.edu.al/


AE / Arizona Broadband Seismic Network
Arizona Geological Survey

There are 7 TA legacy broadband stations operated and maintained by the Arizona Geological Survey. This network is referred to as the Arizona Broadband Seismic Network (ABSN) and was originally funded through a grant from FEMA.
http://www.azgs.az.gov/


AG / Arkansas Seismic Network
Arkansas Geological Survey

The Arkansas Seismic Network (ASN) consists of six state-of-the-art permanent broadband seismic stations strategically placed within selected State Parks across Arkansas. The ASN was funded through the Arkansas Governor’s General Improvement Fund in response to the Magnet Cove earthquake swarm in 2008. The goal of the ASN is to establish better and more uniform earthquake detection outside of the New Madrid seismic zone (NMSZ). The network was installed in spring of 2010 and is seamlessly integrated with the regional and national seismic networks. The ASN is operated and maintained in cooperation with the Arkansas Geological Survey (AGS), Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI) at the University of Memphis and Arkansas State Parks (ASP). For more information:
http://www.geology.ar.gov/geohazards/ark_seismic_network.htm


AI / ASAIN - Antarctic Seismograph Argentinean Italian Network
OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (http://www.inogs.it)

Please include a citation to "OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Ocenografia e Geofisica Sperimentale/ IAA -Instituto Antartico Argentino" in your work. It would be helpful if you would send a citable reference for any publications that use ASAIN data to Milton Plasencia (mplasencia@inogs.it), who is maintaining a database of ASAIN data usage. Alternatively, you could send a paper reprint to him:

Milton Plasencia
Sezione Centro Ricerche Sismologiche
OGS - Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e Geofisica Sperimentale
Borgo Grotta Gigante 42c
34010 Sgonico (TS)
Italy


AN / Altay-Sayan Seismic Network

The Altay-Sayan Seismic Network was established in 1963, since 2002 converted to digital registration. Nowadays the network consists of 35 seismic stations; most of the stations have real-time data transmission. The Altay-Sayan Seismic Network is operated by the Altay-Sayan Branch of the Geophysical Survey Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ASB GS SB RAS).
http://gs.sbras.ru/en


AR
Arizona Earthquake Information Center - Northern Arizona University


AT
NOAA/NWS/West Coast-Alaska Tsunami Warning Center

The West Coast/Alaska Tsunami Warning Center (WC/ATWC) operates a network of seismometers in Alaska as part of its mission to issue tsunami warnings and information messages to its area-of- responsibility. The WC/ATWC is a part of the NOAA/National Weather Service.
http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov


AU
Geoscience Australia

Geoscience Australia operates the Australian National Seismic Network within Australia, its Territories and across its local region. The network supports the Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre, operated by Geoscience Australia and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology, which is responsible for issuing tsunami warning bulletins for Australia and its Territories. The network also contributes to monitoring earthquakes in the Australian region.
http://www.ga.gov.au


AV / Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO)

The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) is a cooperative program of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), The Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAFGI) and the State of Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys (ADGGS). AVO currently operates seismic networks on 27 historically active volcanoes in Alaska. More information is available at
http://www.avo.alaska.edu.


AZ / (ANZA) 1986 - present
IGPP, University of California, San Diego

The ANZA Seismic Network is a regional network of broadband seismometers and strong motion accelerometers operated by the Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego and funded by the USGS.
http://eqinfo.ucsd.edu/


BE / Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB)

The Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) operates the Belgian seismic and accelerometric networks, as well as three short period seismometers in Luxembourg and one seismic station in the Netherlands. The ROB operates also a superconducting gravimeter.
http://www.seismologie.be


BF / Black Forest Observatory (BFO)
Universities of Karlsruhe and Stuttgart, Germany

The Black Forest Observatory is a geodynamic observatory operated jointly by both the Universities of Karlsruhe and Stuttgart, Germany.
http://www-gpi.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de/pub/widmer/BFO/


BK / BK
University of Calfornia, Berkeley

The BK network includes the Berkeley Digital Seismic Network (BDSN) and some borehole sites in the Bay Area, operated by the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory (BSL). The BDSN is an array of high dynamic range, broadband seismometers with collocated strong-motion accelerometers in northern and central California. The borehole stations are deployed along the Hayward Fault at free-field and Bay Area bridge locations. See the BP network for information about the other borehole sites operated by BSL. If you use BK data, please include the following in the acknowledgments: "Data for this study comes from the Berkeley Digital Seismic Network operated by UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and archived at the Northern California Earthquake Data Center."

http://earthquakes.berkeley.edu/bdsn/bdsn.overview.html


BL
University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Feng, M., S. Van der Lee and M. Assumpção, 2007. Upper mantle structure of South America from joint inversion of waveforms and fundamental-mode group velocities of Rayleigh waves. J. Geophys. Res.,112, B04312, doi:10.1029/2006JB004449

Assumpção, M., M. Heintz, A. Vauchez and M.Egydio-Silva, 2006. Upper mantle anisotropy in SE and Central Brazil from SKS splitting: Evidence of asthenospheric flow around a cratonic keel. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 250, 224-240, doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2006.07.038.


BP / High Resolution Seismic Network
University of Calfornia, Berkeley

The High Resolution Seismic Network is operated by the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory. Located in Parkfield, California, the HRSN is a small network of closely spaced 3-component borehole sensors. If you use BP data, please include the following in the acknowledgments: "Data for this study comes from the Berkeley Digital Seismic Network operated by UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and archived at the Northern California Earthquake Data Center".

http://seismo.berkeley.edu/bdsn/hrsn.overview.html


BW / Bavarian Earthquake service
Geophysical Observatory of the University of Munich (http://www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de/observatory/seismology)

CC / Cascades Volcano Observatory
USGS, Vancouver, WA

The Cascades Volcano Observatory (CVO) operates several seismic stations at two volcanoes; Mount St. Helens in Washington, and Three Sisters in Oregon. Seismic stations on these and other Cascade volcanoes are also operated by other groups, primarily the University of Washington. CVO is a node of the Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network, with data from 'CC' stations sent in real time to the PNSN for processing.

Moran, S.C., 2004, Seismic Monitoring at Cascade Volcanic Centers, 2004: Status and Recommendations: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2004-5211, 28 p.

http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov


CH / CH Seismic Network
Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich

The CH Seismic Network is the National network for Switzerland, comprising of broadband seismometers and strong motion accelerometers operated by the Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich.
http://www.seismo.ethz.ch/


CI / Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN)
Caltech/USGS

The Southern California Seismic Network (SCSN) is a cooperative project of Caltech and the US Geological Survey. The SCSN has benefited from numerous upgrade projects. TERRAscope, funded by the L. K. Whittier and ARCO Foundations, and NSF, provided the first 28 broadband and strong motion stations in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The TriNet project, 1997 to 2002, funded by FEMA, California OES, USGS, and other partners, increased the number of broadband and strong motion stations to 155 and significantly improved the data communications and processing infrastructure. The California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN) project of Caltech, CGS, USGS, and UC Berkeley (2001 to present) provides funds for continued operation of the SCSN, improved robustness, and migration of operations toward statewide processing. The Southern California Earthquake Data Center (SCEDC), funded by the Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) and other sources, holds the complete data archives for SCSN/CISN from 1932 to present. The SCSN operates one IRIS/GSN station, PAS in Pasadena, California. If you use SCSN data, please include a citation to "Southern California Seismic Network operated by Caltech and USGS" in your work.
http://www.scsn.org/
http://www.cisn.org
http://www.data.scec.org


CN / Canadian National Seismograph Network (CNSN)
Geological Survey of Canada

The GSC currently makes digital data from the Canadian National Seismograph Network (CNSN) available FREE to anyone on the Internet. In order for us to maintain this service, we need to enlist the support of our users. Please include a citation to "The Geological Survey of Canada" in your work. It would be helpful if you would send a citable reference for any publications that use CNSN data to John Cassidy (cassidy@pgc.NRCan.gc.ca), who is maintaining a database of CNSN data usage. Alternatively, you could send a paper reprint to him:

Dr. John Cassidy
Pacific Geoscience Centre
P.O. Box 6000,
9860 West Saanich Road,
Sidney, B.C.
V8L 4B2

The latest information on CNSN data citation policy may be viewed on the Web at:
http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/cite-eng.php


CO / South Carolina Seismic Network
University of South Carolina (http://www.seis.sc.edu)

The CO Network is operated by the South Carolina Seismic Network (SCSN) at the University of South Carolina with financial support from the United States Geological Survey, the Savannah River Site, and the University of South Carolina.

http://www.seis.sc.edu


CR / Croatian Seismological Survey
Croatia


CZ / Czech Regional Seismic Network (CRSN)
Geophysical Institute Academy of Science

The Czech Regional Seismic Network (CRSN) is a regional network of broadband seismometers operated by the Geophysical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, and the Institute of Physics of the Earth, Masaryk University, Brno.
http://www.ig.cas.cz
http://www.ipe.muni.cz


EI / Irish National Seismic Network (INSN)
Dublin Institute for Advanaced Studies

The Irish Nationals Seismic Network (INSN ) monitors earthquakes that occur in the North East Atlantic as well as teleseismic events. The data collected by the INSN is available through the IRIS Data Management Center. The INSN is based in the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies at the School of Cosmic Physics . The recent development and expansion of INSN to five permanent broadband seismic stations has been funded by the Irish Government. Please include a citation to "The Irish National Seismic Network (INSN)" in your published work. Please send a copy of any publications that use INSN data to Mr Thomas Blake, Director, INSN at tb@cp.dias.ie
http://www.dias.ie/insn


EM / Magnetotelluric component of EarthScope/USArray
Oregon State University

The data contained herein comprise either MT time series and/or MT transfer functions acquired using instruments managed and operated by Oregon State University on behalf of the NSF EarthScope Program through a subcontract from IRIS, or instruments owned by Oregon State University and provided to investigators through the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility (ngf.coas.oregonstate.edu), or from instruments operated through the former University of Washington EMSOC instrument pool and (since 2011) managed and provided to investigators by Oregon State University. EarthScope and the National Geoelectromagnetic Facility are supported by the National Science Foundation.
http://EMScope.org


ER / Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory
New Mexico Tech

Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory, operated by the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology under funding from the National Science Foundation Office of Polar Programs.

Aster, R., McIntosh, W., Kyle, P., Esser, R., Bartel, B., Dunbar, N., Johns, B., Johnson, J., Karstens, R., Kurnik, C.,McGowan, M., McNamara, S., Meertens, C., Pauly, B., Richmond, M., Ruiz, M., New instrumentation delivers multidisciplinary real-time data from Mount Erebus, Antarctica, EOS trans. AGU, 85, no. 10, 9 March, 2004.

Aster, R., Mah, S.Y., Kyle, P., McIntosh, W.., Dunbar, N., Johnson, J., Ruiz, M., McNamara, S., Very long period oscillations of Mount Erebus Volcano, J. Geophys. Res., 108 (B11), 2522, doi:10.1029/2002JB002101, 2003.

More information about ER can be found here:
http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop/Erebus/erebus.html


ET / Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI)
University of Memphis

Information about ET can be found here:
http://www.ceri.memphis.edu


FA / UCLA Factor Building Seismic Array
UCLA

The UCLA Factor building is a 17-story moment-resisting steel frame structure with an embedded 72-channel accelerometer array. Since 2002, the array has been operated and maintained by personnel from the NSF UCLA Center for Embedded Networked Sensing and the USGS. If you use Factor Array data, please credit the NSF UCLA Center for Embedded Networked Sensing and the USGS ANSS program for financial support.

Kohler, M. D., P. M. Davis, and E. Safak, Earthquake and ambient vibration monitoring of the steel frame UCLA Factor building, Earthquake Spectra, 21, 715-736, 2005.

Information about the array can be found at
http://factor.gps.caltech.edu


G / (GEOSCOPE)
Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris (IPGP)

Programme GEOSCOPE
Département de Sismologie
Institut de Physique du globe de Paris
4, Place Jussieu
75252 Paris cedex 05
FRANCE

The latest information on GEOSCOPE data citation policy may be viewed on the Web at:
http://geoscope.ipgp.fr


GD / High-rate GPS
University of Colorado

The University of Colorado was funded by NSF (EAR-0337206 and EAR-0538116) to analyze high-rate GPS data for seismic events. Methods to reduce the impact of multipath were supported by EAR-0003943. The analysis of Denali records was supported by a NSF graduate student research fellowship (Andria Bilich). The analysis of the Tokachi-Oki records was also supported by NEHRP USGS 05HQGR0015. Research collaboration with GSI and the University of Tokyo is gratefully acknowledged.

The raw GPS observations for the Denali event are archived at UNAVCO (http://www.unavco.org)

The raw GPS observations for the Tokachi-Oki event are archived at the Geographical Survey Institute of Japan (http://www.gsi.go.jp/ENGLISH/)

For additional details, please see
http://spot.colorado.edu/~kristine/gps_seismology.html


GE / (GEOFON)
GFZ Potsdam, Germany

The GEOFON network is funded and operated by GFZ Potsdam, Germany, in co-operation with almost 50 institutions worldwide.
http://geofon.gfz-potsdam.de/geofon/


GH / Ghana Digital Seismic Network
Ghana Geological Survey

The Ghana Digital Seismic Network, funded by the Government of Ghana, consists of six Libra V-Sat broadband stations. Five of these seismic stations have been distributed along and around the active Akuapim fault zone in the south-eastern parts of Ghana. For a better coverage area,the other station have been located in the mid section of Ghana. The seismic data which is being generated will be used to obtain Ground Motion Estimates to generate a new National Seismic Hazard map to form the basis for the sustainable socio-economic mitigation of the hazard/risk through effective land use planning, sound engineerig practice etc. We are also commited to open data sharing within the Seismological community.
http://www.ghana-mining.org/


GO
Seismic Monitoring Centre of Georgia, Ilia State University

The Georgian national Seismic Network (GO) is a regional network of broadband and short period seismometers operated by the Seismic Monitoring Center, Institute of Earth Sciences, Ilia State University.

First station was founded in 1899 year in Tbilisi.


GS / US Geological Survey Networks
US Geological Survey

Data from the GS network are freely available from the U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake hazards Program, Geologic Hazards Science Center.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitoring/anss/


GSN / IRIS Global Seismographic Network (including H2, IC, II, IU, MS)

Global Seismographic Network is a cooperative scientific facility operated jointly by the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
http://www.iris.edu/hq/programs/gsn


H2 / Hawaii-2 Observatory Seismic System (H2O)
University of Hawaii

Duennebier, F.K., David W. Harris, James Jolly, James Babinec, David Copson, Kurt Stiffel, The Hawaii-2 Observatory Seismic System, IEEE Jnl. Ocean Engineering, V 27, # 2, pp 212-217, Apr 2002


HK / Hong Kong Observatory

The Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) operates the Hong Kong Seismograph Network and provides earthquake information services for Hong Kong.

For more information see: http://www.hko.gov.hk/


HT / Seismological Network of A.U.TH.
Geophysical Laboratory, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

The Seismological Network of A.U.TH. was founded in 1978 and belongs to the Department of Geophysics of the School of Geology of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. It consists of a network of 25 seismological stations, which covers the largest part of Greece. The primary target of the Seismological Station is the 24-hour monitoring of seismic activity in Greece and surrounding countries, as well as the dissemination of fast and reliable information about earthquakes to the authorities and the public.

For additional details, please see:
http://seismology.geo.auth.gr/ or
http://seismology.geo.auth.gr/the_seisnet/WEBSITE_2005/station_index_en.html


ID (IDA) 1975 - 1995
Project IDA/University of California, San Diego

Project IDA operated a global network of digital LaCoste Romberg gravimeters from 1975-1995 with financial support from the Cecil and Ida Green Foundation for Earth Science and the US National Science Foundation. A complete description of the IDA La Coste network can be found in Eos, Transactions, April 22, 1986, Vol. 67, No. 16, Pages 203-212. Inquiries can be directed to Dr. Duncan Agnew, dagnew@ucsd.edu. These data may be obtained from the IRIS Data Management Center.


II / (IRIS IDA) 1998 - present
IRIS GSN/University of California San Diego

Project IDA currently operates a global network of broadband and very broadband seismometers for the IRIS Consortium. Project IDA is based at the Cecil and Ida Green Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego.
http://ida.ucsd.edu/


IU / (IRIS USGS) 1988 - present
USGS Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory

The IU stations are the part of the Global Seismic Network (GSN) that are installed, maintained and operated by the USGS Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory.
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/asl/ and
http://www.liss.org


IW / Intermountain West Seismic Network
US Geological Survey

IW network data are freely available from the U.S. Geological Survey's Earthquake Hazards Program, Geologic Hazards Science Center.

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitoring/anss/


KC / Central Asian Seismic network of CAIAG 2008 - present
Central-Asian Institute of Applied Geosciences (CAIAG), Kyrgyzstan

The Central Asian Seismic network was organized for research on seismic activity in the Central Asian region.
http://www.caiag.kg


KN / (KNET)
UCSD, IVTAN, KIS

The KNET Seismic Network is a regional network of broadband seismometers funded by IRIS and jointly operated by the IVTAN, KIS, and IGPP, SIO, UCSD.

Research Station RAS
http://www.gdirc.ru/index.htm


KR / (KRNET) 2007 - present
Institute of Seismology of National Academy of Sciences of Kyrgyz Republic

The Kyrgyz Digital Network (KRNET) consists of 16 permanent broadband seismic stations 7 of which are equipped by the the GPRS-routers (under IRIS support) and transfer the data in the real time mode to the IRIS DMC. More detailed information can be found here:
http://www.seismo.kg


KZ / (KNDC)
IGR NNC RK (Kazakhstan National Data Center)

The latest information on KZ and data availability may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.kndc.kz


LD / Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN) 1970 - present
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University

Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN) monitors earthquakes that occur primarily in the Eastern United States and make the data available to scientific community and to general public. The network is operated jointly by the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) and many other educational institutions and public organizations in the Eastern United States. LCSN is a component of the Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS). Major funds to operate the network have been provided by the US Geological Survey under the National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program (NEHRP). Please include a citation to "The Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN)" in your work. It would be helpful if you would send a citable reference for any publications that use LCSN data to Won-Young Kim (wykim@ldeo.columbia.edu). You could send a paper reprint to him:

Dr. Won-Young Kim
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
of Columbia University
61 Route 9W,
Palisades, NY 10964-8000
USA

The latest information on LCSN and data availability may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/LCSN


MA / Macedonian Seismological Network


MB / Montana Regional Sesimograph Network
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology

The Montana Regional Sesimograph Network monitors seismicity in the state of Montana (USA) and surrounding areas with support from the State of Montana, the U.S. Geological Survey, and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes.

For information about the Montana Regional Sesimograph Network: http://mbmgquake.mtech.edu/


MC / Calipso - Soufriere Hills Volcano Borehole Network
University of Texas at Arlington (http://www.uta.edu/faculty/mattioli)

The operation and maintenance of the Calipso Borehole Geophysical Instrument Facility on the Soufriere Hills Volcano was supported in part by NSF-1063248 from the EAR-IF program and several previously expired awards.

http://www.uta.edu/faculty/mattioli/research/CALIPSO/Intro.html


MG / North-Eastern Mexico Regional Seismic Network 2010 - present
Centro de Geociencias, UNAM

The north-eastern Mexico regional seismic network is operated by the Centro de Geociencias (CGEO) of the National Autonomous University of México (UNAM). This network monitors earthquake activity throughout the Sierra Madre Oriental and surrounded areas. This network is projected to complete 20 stations until 2014. It will include broadband and short period seismographs most of them in real time.
http://www.geociencias.unam.mx


MN / Mediterranean Very Broadband Seismographic Network (MNDC)
Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, Rome, Italy

The Mediterranean Broad Band Seismographic Network Anno 2005/06

Salvatore Mazza, M. Olivieri, A. Mandiello, and P. Casale, chapter 9 of Earthquake Monitoring and Seismic Hazard Mitigation in Balkan Countries, Sprinter Sciences + Business B.V. 2008.

For information about Mednet: http://mednet.rm.ingv.it/


N4 / Central and Eastern US Network (CEUSN)
Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) (http://www.usarray.org/ceusn)

Data from the CEUSN (N4) network were made freely available as part of the EarthScope USArray facility, operated by Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) and supported by the National Science Foundation, under Cooperative Agreements EAR-0733069 and EAR-1261681.

http://ceusn.ucsd.edu


ND / New Caledonia Broadband Seismic Network
IRD (Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement/Research Institute for Development)

Funded by European Commission, New Caledonia Broadband Seismic Network started in 2010. It is composed of seven stations (Broadband+strong motion) spread over New Caledonia, mainly in Loyalty islands and the southern part of mainland. All stations' data is distributed at IRIS and stations are part of PTWC. For additional info/request, please email Pierre.Lebellegard@ird.fr.

View on the Web at http://www.seisme.nc


NE / New England Seismic Network (NESN)
Weston Observatory of Boston College

The New England Seismic Network (NESN) monitors earthquakes that occur in New England and adjacent areas. The data collected by the NESN is available through the IRIS Data Management Center. The NESN is a part of the Advanced National Seismic System. Operation of the network has been funded by the US Geological Survey under the National Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program. Please include a citation to "The New England Seismic Network (NESN)" in your published work. Please send a copy of any publications that use NESN data to Dr. John Ebel at john.ebel.1@bc.edu.

Information about the NESN can be viewed on the Web at:
http://quake.bc.edu:8000/


NJ / Earthquake Seismology Researches
Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics (www.nasrda-cgg.net)

The Centre for Geodesy and Geodynamics, under the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), has been managing the Nigerian National Network of Seismological Stations since 2006. Available data from the network is freely available to interested researchers since 2008. The network's URL is under construction.

www.nasrda-cgg.net


NM / New Madrid 1997 - present
Earthquake Center, Saint Louis University

Saint Louis University monitors earthquakes in the central United States with support from Saint Louis University and the U. S. Geological Survey. Other stations sponsored by Saint Louis University are integral parts of the IRIS IU and USGS US networks. All data are available through the IRIS Data Management Center.

For information about the network and earthquake monitoring in the region:
http://www.eas.slu.edu/Earthquake_Center/


NN / Nevada Regional Seismic Network
University of Nevada Reno

The Nevada regional seismic network monitors earthquake activity throughout Nevada and many areas of Eastern California. The complete network includes about 450 channels of real-time waveform data collected from a variety of instrumentation. About 30 ANSS strong motion stations are now operating in the Reno-Carson City and Las Vegas urban areas.
http://www.seismo.unr.edu


NO / NORSAR

NORSAR operates 3 seismic arrays (NOA, ARCES, SPITS) and one threcomponent station (JMIC) in Norway as part of its mission to operate and maintain IMS stations on Norwegian territory as well as providing a range of activities related to the verification of compliance with the CTBT.
http://www.norsardata.no.


NU / INETER
Instituto Nicaragüense de Estudios Territoriales (INETER)

NR / NARS-Baja 2002 - 2008
Utrecht University

Trampert J., Paulssen H., van Wettum A., Ritsema J., Clayton R., Castro R., Rebollar C., Perez-Vertti A., 2003. New array monitors seismic activity near Gulf of California, Mexico, Eos, 84, 4, pp 29,32.


OE / Austrian Seismic Network
ZAMG - Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics
contact: Wolfgang Lenhardt, Head of Geophysics

The Austrian Seismic Network is operated by the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG) in Vienna, Austria, which also manages the Conrad Observatory. More on the observatory can be found on www.zamg.ac.at/conrad_observatory.

Information about the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics is available at: http://www.zamg.ac.at


OK / Oklahoma Seismic Network
Oklahoma Geological Survey, University of Oklahoma (http://www.ogs.ou.edu/)

The Oklahoma Geological Survey is a state agency administered by the University of Oklahoma as a non-academic department in the Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy. The Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS) has operated a seismic network since 1977.

http://www.okgeosurvey1.gov


OV / OVSICORI-UNA 1984 - 2020
Observatorio Vulcanologico y Sismologico de Costa Rica

OVSICORI-UNA. Universidad Nacional. Heredia. Costa Rica. 2346-3000.

URL: http://www.ovsicori.una.ac.cr


PB / Plate Boundary Observatory
EarthScope

Seismic data from the PB network were made freely available by the EarthScope Plate Boundary Observatory, which is funded by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0732947 to UNAVCO, Inc.
http://www.earthscope.org/observatories/pbo


PL
Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences

Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences operates two seismic networks with network codes PL and PD.

The PL network is currently (Oct.2009) composed of 7 broadband stations contributing real time data and 6 short period sites with off-line data access.

URL: http://www.igf.edu.pl


RM / Regional Integrated Multi-Hazard Early Warning System

RO / Romanian National Data Center
National Institute for Earth Physics

The latest information on RO and data availability may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.infp.ro


RO / Romanian Seismic Network (ROSN)
National Institute for Earth Physics

The Romanian Seismic Network (ROSN) is a regional network of broadband seismometers and strong motion accelerometers operated by the National Institute for Earth Physics (NIEP), Bucharest, Romania. ROSN currently operates 60 seismic stations, 76 strong motion accelerometers networks, one seismic array in cooperation with AFTAC and one small aperture seismic array installed by NIEP in a national project framework.
http://www.infp.ro


RU / ROA/UCM Broadband Seismic Network


SB / University of California, Santa Barbara 2003-2012

The SB network consists of data recorded at instrumented geotechnical test sites designed to improve our understanding of the effects of surface geology on strong ground motion. The instrumentation at these sites includes surface and borehole arrays of accelerometers and pore pressure transducers to record strong ground motions and excess pore pressure generation during large earthquakes. The sites are part of a research program, and improve our ability to predict dynamic soil behavior from future large earthquakes, and improve our understanding of the liquefaction phenomena.

The latest information on SB may be viewed on the Web at:
http://nees.ucsb.edu/publications


SC / New Mexico Tech Seismic Network (NMTSN) 1999- present
New Mexico Tech

The latest information on SC may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop/NM_Seismology.html


SG / Superconducting Gravimeters Network

Superconducting gravimeters: great tools for low frequency seismology

The latest information on SG may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.seismology.be


SJ / Serbian Seismological Network
Seismological Survey of Serbia

The latest information on SJ may be viewed on the Web at:
http://www.seismo.gov.rs


TA / USArray Transportable Array 2004-present
IRIS HQ

Data from the TA network were made freely available as part of the EarthScope USArray facility, operated by Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) and supported by the National Science Foundation, under Cooperative Agreements EAR-0323309, EAR-0323311, EAR-0733069, EAR-1261681.


TJ / Seismic Monitoring
Geophysical Service (www.smnt.tj)

Belongs to the Tajik Academy of Sciences of Republic of Tajikistan.


TO / MASE, VEOX - Mexico, PeruSE - Peru
California Institution of Technology (http://dx.doi.org/10.7909/C3RN35SP)

MASE (2007): Meso America Subduction Experiment. Caltech. Dataset. doi:10.7909/C3RN35SP
VEOX (2010): Veracruz-Oaxaca Subduction Experiment. Caltech. Dataset. doi:10.7909/C3MW2F2C
PeruSE (2013): Peru Subduction Experiment. Caltech. Dataset. doi:10.7909/C3H41PBZ

http://dx.doi.org/10.7909/C3RN35SP


TW / Broadband Array in Taiwan for Seismology (BATS)
Institute of Earth Sciences,s Academia Sinica, Taiwan

The latest information on TW and data availability may be viewed on the Web at:
http://bats.earth.sinica.edu.tw/


UA

Caribbean Andesite Lava Island Precision Seismo-geodetic Observatory


UO / Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network (PNSN)
University of Oregon

The Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network monitors seismicity in the states of Washington and Oregon (USA) with support from the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of Energy and the State of Washington. University of Oregon helps to operate stations in southern Oregon as part of the PNSN. (See UW citation)
http://www.ess.washington.edu/SEIS/PNSN


US / ANSS Data Collection Center 1991-present
USGS

The latest information on US and data availability may be viewed on the Web at: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/anss/


UU / University of Utah Regional/Urban Seismic Network
University of Utah

The University of Utah Regional/Urban Seismic Network monitors seismicity in the Utah Region (with special focus on the Wasatch Front urban corridor of north-central Utah) and neighboring parts of the Intermountain Seismic Belt. Financial support is provided by the U.S. Geological Survey, including funding under the Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS), and by the State of Utah.
http://www.seis.utah.edu


UV / Red Sismológica del Suroccidente - REDSW
Observatorio Sismológico y Geofísico del Suroccidente - Universidad del Valle

The seismological network in the southwest of Colombia (REDSW) Is a regional network founded in 1987 and restructured in 2008 with digital technology for the monitoring of seismic activity in southwestern Colombia, considered one of the most seismically active regions of the country and exchanges data with the National Seismological Network of Colombia (RSNC). It supports national and regional systems of disaster prevention and warning, providing information for timely attention in emergency situations in case of a strong earthquake.
http://osso.univalle.edu.co/index.php/informacion


UW / Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network (PNSN)
University of Washington

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network monitors seismicity in the states of Washington and Oregon (USA) with support from the U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of Energy and the State of Washington.
http://www.pnsn.org


WY / University of Utah Seismograph Stations and Yellowstone Volcano Observatory
University of Utah

Earthquake data for the Yellowstone National Park and surrounding area provided courtesy of the Univeristy of Utah Seismograph Stations and the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory (a partnership of the University of Utah, the U.S.Geol. Survey and Yellowstone National Park).

 
Temporary Networks
 
IRIS PASSCAL

The instruments used in the field program were provided by the PASSCAL facility of the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) through the PASSCAL Instrument Center at New Mexico Tech. Data collected during this experiment will be available through the IRIS Data Management Center. The facilities of the IRIS Consortium are supported by the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0004370.


X7 2007-2009 / Yosemite Rocks
Valerie Zimmer, University of California, Berkeley


X9 2010-2010 / Earthquakes in Dallas
Ashley Howe, Chris Hayward, Brian Stump, Southern Methodist University


XA 1995-1996 / Missouri to Massachusetts Broadband Seismometer Experiment (MOMA)
Karen M. Fischer, Brown University

Wysession, M. E., K. M. Fischer, T. J. Clarke, G. I. Al-eqabi, M. J. Fouch, P. J. Shore, R. W. Valenzuela, A. Li, and J. M. Zaslow, Slicing into the Earth, Eos Trans. AGU, 77(48), 477-482, 1996.


XB 2000-2002 / Marlborough New Zealand Short-Period Arrays
Craig Jones / Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado

Wilson, C. K., C. H. Jones, A. F. Sheehan, P. Molnar, and O. Boyd, Distributed deformation in the lower crust and upper mantle beneath a continental strike-slip fault zone: Marlborough fault system, South Island, New Zealand, Geology, 32, 837-840, 2004.


XC 2006-2010 / High Lava Plains seismic experiment
Matthew J. Fouch, Arizona State University and David James, Carnegie Institution of Washington

XD 1999-2000 / Woodlark Rift
Geoff Abers, Boston University

Abers, G.A., A. Ferris, M. Craig, H. Davies, A.L. Lerner-Lam, J.C. Mutter, and B. Taylor, Mantle compensation of a region of active metamorphic core complexes, Woodlark Rift, Papua New Guinea, Nature, 418, 862-865, 2002.


XE 1999-2001 / BEAAR
Douglas Christensen, University of Alaska Fairbanks

Stachnik, J. C., G. A. Abers, and D. Christensen (2004), Seismic attenuation and mantle wedge temperatures in the Alaska subduction zone, J. Geophys. Res., 109, B10304, doi:10310.11029/12004JB003018.


XE 2009-2011 / SIGNET
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester (http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/CJEbinger.html)

Data acquisition and analyses were supported by NSF grant EAR-0838467 and the Charles Darwin Foundation. The facilities of the IRIS Data Management System, and specifically the IRIS Data Management Center, were used for access to waveform and metadata required in this study. The IRIS DMS is funded through the National Science Foundation and specifically the GEO Directorate through the Instrumentation and Facilities Program of the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0004370.


XE 2002-2002 / Torfajokull 2002
Heidi Soosalu, Bullard Laboratories, University of Cambridge

Technical report:
Soosalu, H., Torfajokull 2002 - seismological project, Technical report, NVI Research Report 0302, 27 p., 2003.
http://www.norvol.hi.is/pdf/torfa-tech-rep.pdf

Low-frequency earthquakes:
Soosalu, H., R. Lippitsch and P. Einarsson, Low-frequency earthquakes at the Torfajokull volcano, south Iceland, submitted to J. Volcanol. Geotherm. Res., 2005.

High-frequency earthquakes:
Lippitsch, R., R.S. White and H. Soosalu, Precise hypocentre relocation of microearthquakes in a high-temperature geothermal field: the Torfajokull central volcano, Iceland, Geophys. J. Intern., 160, 371-388, 2005.


XE 2007-2009 / SIGNET
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester (http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/CJEbinger.html)

Tepp, G., C. Ebinger, M. Belachew, M. Ruiz, Imaging a rapidly deforming ocean island volcano: Sierra Negra, Galápagos, J. Geophysical Research, 2013. Rychert, C. A., Harmon, N., & Ebinger, C. (2014). Receiver function imaging of lithospheric structure and the onset of melting beneath the Galápagos Archipelago. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 388, 156-165.

http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/SIGNET.html


XG 1992-1992 / Rocky Mountain Front
Anne Sheehan, Lamont, University of Colorado

Lerner-Lam, A., A. Sheehan, and E. Humphreys, Mantle structure at the edge of a craton: Seismological studies of the crust and upper mantle at the transition between the southern Rockies and the Great Plains, Rocky Mountain Geology, 33, 199-216, 1998.

Sheehan, A. F., G. A. Abers, A. L. Lerner-Lam, and C. H. Jones, Crustal thickness variations across the Colorado Rocky Mountains from teleseismic receiver functions, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 20,391-20,404, 1995.


XG 1999-2001 / Eastern Turkey Seismic Experiment
Sergey Oreshin, Institute of Physics of Earth of Russian Academy of Sciences (http://www.ifz.ru)


XG 2009-2011 / Array of Arrays
Ken Creager, University of Washington

Ghosh, A., J. E. Vidale, J. R. Sweet, K. C. Creager, and A. G. Wech, 2009, Tremor patches in Cascadia revealed by seismic array analysis, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L17316, doi:10.1029/2009GL039080, 1-5.

Ghosh, A., J. E. Vidale, J. R. Sweet, K. C. Creager, A. G. Wech, and H. Houston, 2010, Tremor bands sweep Cascadia, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L08301, doi:10.1029/2009GL042301, 1-5.

Gomberg, J. and the Cascadia 2007 and Beyond Working Group, 2010, Slow-slip phenomena in Cascadia from 2007 and beyond: A review, GSA Bulletin, 122 p. 963?978; doi: 10.1130/B30287.1.


XH 1994-1995 / Colorado Plateau-Great Basin Network (CPGB)
Craig Jones, University of Colorado

Sheehan, A. F., C. H. Jones, M. K. Savage, S. Ozalaybey, and J. M. Schneider, Contrasting lithospheric structure beneath the Colorado Plateau and Great Basin: Initial results from Colorado Plateau - Great Basin PASSCAL experiment, Geophysical Research Letters, 24 (21), 2609-2612, 1997.


XH 2002-2003 / Western Anatolia Seismic Recording Experiment
Lupei Zhu, Saint Louis University

The 2002-2003 W Anatolia Seismic Recording Experiment is supported by US NSF grant INT-0217493 at the Saint Louis Unversity and TUBITAK of Turkey at the Dokuz Eylul Universtiy. Short-period instrumentation is provided by the PASSCAL program. The data was collected by a dedicated field crew which includes N. Akyol (DEU), M. Fort (PASSCAL), B. J. Mitchell (SLU), and L. Zhu (SLU).

Zhu, L., B. J. Mitchell, N. Akyol, I. Cemen, and K. Kekovali, 2006, Crustal Thickness Variation in the Aegean Region and its Implications for the Extension of Continental Crust, J. Geophys. Res., 111, B01301, doi:10.1029/2005JB003770.

Zhu, L., N. Akyol, B. J. Mitchell, and H. Sozbilir, 2006, Seismotectonics of Western Turkey from High Resolution Earthquake Relocations and Moment Tensor Determinations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L07316, doi:10.1029/2006GL025842

Akyol, N., L. Zhu, B. J. Mitchell, H. Sozbilir, and K. Kekovali, 2006, Crustal Structure and Local Seismicity in Western Anatolia, Geophys. J. Int., 166, 1259-1269, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03053.x.


XI 2000-2002 / Ethiopia/Kenya
Andrew Nyblade, Penn State University

Nyblade, A.A., and C. A. Langston, Broadband seismic experiments probe the East African rift, EOS Trans. AGU,83,405-408, 2002.


XI 2007-2010 / BanglaQuake
Syed Humayun Akhter, Dhaka University Earth Observatory (DUEO), University of Dhaka, Bangladesh

Dhaka University Earth Observatory (DUEO) was established in 2003 under joint research program between Geology Department of Dhaka University, Bangladesh and Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory (LDEO) of Columbia University at New York, USA. DUEO is a consortium formed in co-operation with Rajshahi University, Khulna University, Chittagong University, Chittagong University of Engineering and Technology (CUET), Patuakhali Science and Technology University (PSTU), Shajalal University of Science and Technology (SUST).

DUEO operates network of 6 permanent seismic stations, 6 portable seismographs and 18 continuous geodetic GPS stations in the country. The objectives of the Observatory is to carryout research on crustal dynamics, plate motions and to monitor the seismic activity in Bangladesh and surrounding countries, as well as to disseminate information of earthquakes to the government and the public. Data is open to scientific community.

For additional information, please browse: http://sites.google.com/site/shadueo

Please include a citation to "Dhaka University Earth Observatory (DUEO)" in your work. It would be appreciated if you would send a citable reference for any publications that use DUEO data to Syed Humayun Akhter (shakhter@univdhaka.edu).


XJ 1997 / Sierran Paradox
Craig Jones, University of Colorado

Boyd, O., C. H. Jones, A. F. Sheehan, Foundering Lithosphere Imaged Beneath the Southern Sierra Nevada, California, USA, Science, 305, 660-662, 2004.


XJ 1998-1999 / Side Edge of Kamchatka Subduction (SEKS)
Yale University and Russian Academy of Sciences

IRIS Newsletter article:
Kamchatka: Edge of the Plate
Jonathan M. Lees, Mark Brandon, Jeffrey Park, Vadim Levin, Yale University
Alexei Ozerov, Evgenii Gordeev, Russian Academy of Sciences
http://www.iris.iris.edu/volume2000no1/page-17-19.htm

papers:
Peyton, V., V. Levin, J. Park, M. T. Brandon, J. Lees, E. Gordeev, and A. Ozerov, Mantle flow at a slab edge: Seismic anisotropy in the Kamchatka region, Geophysical Research Letters, v28, 379-382, 2001. http://www.geology.yale.edu/~vadim/Kamchatka-GRL.pdf

Park, J., V. Levin, M. T. Brandon, J. M. Lees, V. Peyton, E. Gordeev, and A. Ozerov, A dangling slab, amplified arc volcanism, mantle flow and seismic anisotropy near the Kamchatka plate corner, Plate Boundary Zones, Seth Stein and Jeffrey Freymueller, editors, AGU Geodynamics Series No. 30, AGU, Washington DC, pp. 295-324, 2002.

Levin, V., J. Park, J. Lees, M. T. Brandon, V. Peyton, E. Gordeev, and A. Ozerov, Crust and upper mantle of Kamchatka from teleseismic receiver functions, Tectonophysics, v358, 233-265, 2002.


XJ 2000-2001 / Snake River Plain Experiment
Kris Walker, Stanford University

Walker, K., Bokelmann, G., and Klemperer, S., Shear-wave splitting beneath the Snake River suggests a mantle upwelling beneath eastern Nevada, USA, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 222, 529-542.


XK 1999-2000 / CDROM Colorado
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado

Karlstrom, K. E., et al., Structure and evolution of the lithosphere beneath the Rocky Mountains: Initial results from the CD-ROM experiment, GSA Today, v. 12, no. 3, p. 4-10, March 2002.

Sheehan, A. F., V. Schulte-Pelkum, O. Boyd, and C. Wilson, Passive source seismology of the Rocky Mountain region, in The Rocky Mountain Region: An Evolving Lithosphere, Geophysical Monograph Series 154, 10.1029/154GM23, p.309-315, 2005.


XL 2008-2010 / Columbia Glacier IPY
Shad O'Neel, USGS

O'Neel, S., Pfeffer W.T., Columbia Glacier IPY seismic experiement.

Walter, F., J. M. Amundson, M. Jason, S. O'Neel, M. Truffer, M. Fahnestock, and H. A. Fricker. 2012. Analysis of low-frequency seismic signals generated during a multiple-iceberg calving event at Jakobshavn Isbræ, Greenland J. Geophys. Res., 117, F1, F01036, 11 pp. doi: 10.1029/2011JF002132


XM 1999-2001 / Colorado Plateau - Rio Grande Seismic Transect (LA RISTRA)
Richard Aster, New Mexico Tech

Wilson et al., Broadband Seismic Background Noise at Temporary Seismic Stations Observed on a Regional Scale in the Southwestern United States, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Amer., v.92, n.8, p.3335-3341, 2002.

Wilson et al., Imaging crust and upper mantle seismic structure in the southwestern United States using teleseismic receiver functions, The Leading Edge, v.22, n.3, p.232-237, 2003

http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop/Ristra/ristra.html


XM 2002-2003 / Ethiopia-Afar Geoscientific Lithospheric Experiment 6TD Passive Array
Alex Brisbourne, SEIS-UK

Cornwell, D.G., Maguire, P.K.H., England, R.W. & Stuart, G.W. (2009) Imaging detailed crustal structure and magmatic intrusion across the Ethiopian Rift using a dense linear broadband array. Geochemisty, Geophysics, Geosystems, 11, doi:10.1029/2009GC002382

http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2010/2009GC002637.shtml


XN 1998-1999 / Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment (LARSE) II
Monica Kohler, UCLA

Kohler, M. D., and B. C. Kerr, Report for passive data acquired in the 1998-1999 Los Angeles Region Seismic Experiment II: a transect from Santa Monica Bay to the Westernmost Mojave Desert, USGS Open-File Report, 02-329, 2002.


XO 1997-1999 / NOMAD
Karen M. Fischer, Brown University

Fouch, M. J., K. M. Fischer, E. M. Parmentier, M. E. Wysession, and T. J. Clarke. Shear-wave splitting, continental keels, and patterns of mantle flow, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 6255-6275, 2000.


XQ 2001-2002 / North Island Geophysical Transect Passive (NIGHT Passive)
Tony Harrison, University of Cambridge (SEIS-UK)

63 Short period instruments recording continuously for a two month period in central North Island, New Zealand. Instruments operated by the University of Cambridge.


XR 2001-2003 / FLED (Florida to Edmonton) Broadband IRIS PASSCAL Deployment
Michael Wysession, Washington University

French, S. W., K. M. Fischer, E. M. Syracuse, and M. E. Wysession , Crustal structure beneath the Florida-to-Edmonton broadband seismometer array, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L08309, doi:10.1029/2008GL036331, 2009. http://epsc.wustl.edu/seismology/FLED/


XS 1996 / Erebus Pilot Experiment
Richard Aster, New Mexico Tech

Rowe, C., Aster, R., Kyle, P., Schlue, J., Dibble, R., Broadband recording of Strombolian explosions and associated very-long-period seismic signals on Mount Erebus volcano, Ross Island, Antarctica, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 2297-2300, 1998.

http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geol/volcanology/erebus.html


XT 2004-2004 / SE Caribbean Passive Experiment
Jeniffer Masy, FUNVISIS

Masy, J.,Tabare, T., Ruiz, S., Bidimensional model in the colission zone of the Caribbean and South American Plate, along the Leeward Antilles and Trinidad (Work in Progress)


XU 2006-2011 / Cascadia Arrays for EarthScope (CAFE)
Ken Creager, University of Washington

Creager, K. C. and T. Melbourne, 2007, Episodic Tremor and Slip in the Pacific Northwest, EarthScope OnSite Newsletter, Winter/Spring, p.1-2.

Rubinstein, J. L., M. La Rocca, J. E. Vidale, K. C. Creager and A. G. Wech, 2008, Tidal modulation of nonvolcanic tremor, Science, 319, 186-189.

Wech, A. G., and K. C. Creager, 2008, Automatic detection and location of Cascadia tremor, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, doi:10.1029/2008GL035458, 1-5.

Wech, A. G., K. C. Creager and T. I. Melbourne, 2009, Seismic and geodetic constraints on Cascadia slow slip, J. Geophys. Res., 114, B10316, doi:10.1029/2008JB006090, 1-9.

Abers, G. A., L. S. MacKenzie, S. Rondenay, Z. Zhang, A. G. Wech, and K. C. Creager, 2009, Imaging the source region of Cascadia tremor and intermediate-depth earthquakes, Geology, 37, doi: 10.1130/G30143A.1, 1119-1122.

Gomberg, J. and the Cascadia 2007 and Beyond Working Group, 2010, Slow-slip phenomena in Cascadia from 2007 and beyond: A review, GSA Bulletin, 122 p. 963?978; doi: 10.1130/B30287.1.


XV 2009-2010 / Bighorn Broadband
Megan Anderson, Colorado College

Yeck, W. L., Sheehan, A. F., Anderson, M. L., Siddoway, C. S., Erslev, E., Harder, S. H., Miller, K. C., 2009, BASE Flexible Array preliminary lithospheric structure analysis: Eos, v. 90, n. 52, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U53A-0055.

http://cires.colorado.edu/science/groups/sheehan/pubs/


XV 1999-2000 / Kilauea East Rift Zone Experiment, Hawaii
Clifford Thurber, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Haslinger, F., C. Thurber, M. Mandernach and P. Okubo, Tomographic image of P-velocity structure beneath Kilauea's East Rift Zone and South Flank: seismic evidence for a deep magma body, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 375-378, 2001.


XZ 1999-2000 / Erebus II
Richard Aster, New Mexico Tech

Aster, R., Mah, S.Y., Kyle, P., McIntosh, W.., Dunbar, N., Johnson, J., Ruiz, M., McNamara, S., Very long period oscillations of Mount Erebus Volcano, J. Geophys. Res., 108 (B11), 2522, doi:10.1029/2002JB002101, 2003.

http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geol/volcanology/erebus.html


XZ 2003-2004 / ENCENSII
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester

Tiberi, C., S. Leroy, E. d?Acremont, N. Bellahsen, C. Ebinger, A. Pointu, Structure of the northeastern Gulf of Aden from receiver functions, Geophys. J. Int., doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03294.x, 2007.


YA 1998-2000 / Coso Passive Short Period Arrays
Craig Jones, University of Colorado

Wilson, C. K., C. H. Jones, and H. J. Gilbert, A single-chamber silicic magma system inferred from shear-wave discontinuities of the crust and uppermost mantle, Coso geothermal area, California, J. Geophysical Research, 108 [B5], 10.1029/2002JB001798, 2003.


YA 2009-2011 / UnderVolc, Piton de la Fournaise Volcano
Florent Brenguier, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris

F. Brenguier, P. Kowalski, T. Staudacher, V. Ferrazzini, F. Lauret, P. Boissier, P. Catherine, A. Lemarchand, C. Pequegnat, O. Meric, C. Pardo, A. Peltier, S. Tait, N. M. Shapiro, M. Campillo, and A. Di Muro, First Results from the UnderVolc High Resolution Seismic and GPS Network Deployed on Piton De La Fournaise Volcano (2012), Seismo. Res. Lett, Volume 83 · Number 1, 2012.

http://srl.geoscienceworld.org/content/83/1/97.extract


YA 2012-2013 / KIVU12
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester (http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/CJEbinger.html)

These studies were supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, University of Rochester, and RIT. The facilities of the IRIS Data Management System, and specifically the IRIS Data Management Center, were used for access to waveform and metadata required in this study. The IRIS DMS is funded through the National Science Foundation and specifically the GEO Directorate through the Instrumentation and Facilities Program of the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0004370.


YB 2004-2004 / Cavola Experiment (Northern Apennines), Italy
Paola Bordoni,, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia

P. Bordoni, G. Di Giulio, J. A. Haines, F. Cara, G. Milana, and A. Rovelli (2010). Issues in choosing the references to use for spectral ratios from observations and modeling, at Cavola landslide northern Italy, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100-4, 1578-1613, DOI: 10.1785/0120090116

Cara F., G. Di Giulio, G. Milana, P. Bordoni, J. Haines and Antonio Rovelli, (2010), On the Stability and Reproducibility of the Horizontal-to-Vertical Spectral Ratios on Ambient Noise: Case Study of Cavola, Northern Italy, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 100-3, 1263-1275, DOI: 10.1785/0120090086

J. Wang, F. Tilmann, R. S. White, and P. Bordoni, (2009). Application of frequency-dependent multi-channel Wiener filters to event detection in 2D three-component seismometer arrays, Geophysics, vol. 74, 6 , 133-141, doi 10.1190/1.3256282.

P. Bordoni, J. Haines, G. Di Giulio, G. Milana, P. Augliera, M. Cercato, L. Martelli, F. Cara, and the Cavola Experiment Team, (2007). Cavola experiment site: geophysical investigation and deployment of a dense seismic array on a landslide. Annals of Geophysics, 50, 5, 627-649.

http://legacy.ingv.it/roma/reti/rms/progetti/cavola/intro.htm


YB 2005-2006 / Broadband Array at Mount St. Helens
Greg Waite, USGS

Waite, G. P., B. A. Chouet, and P. B. Dawson (2008), Eruption dynamics at Mount St. Helens imaged from broadband seismic waveforms: Interaction of the shallow magmatic and hydrothermal systems, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B02305, doi:10.1029/2007JB005259.


YD 2008-2008 / Community-Based FA Deployment for the West Reno Earthquake Swarm
John Louie, University of Nevada, Reno (http://www.seismo.unr.edu)

Dhar, Mahesh Singh, 2010, Station delays, their standard deviations, and event relocations in the Reno-area basin from a dense USArray flexible array deployment during the 2008 west Reno earthquake swarm: Master of Science in Geophysics Thesis, University of Nevada, Reno, ProQuest, UMI Dissertations Publishing, 1480794, 64 pp. ISBN 9781124195230. Published as Open Access.

http://0-search.proquest.com.innopac.library.unr.edu/docview/755052944?accountid=452


YE 2007-2007 / Bench Glacier, AK seismic experiment

Mikesell, T. D., K. vanWijk, M. M. Haney, J. H. Bradford, H. P. Marshall, and J. T. Harper (2012), Monitoring glacier surface seismicity in time and space using Rayleigh waves, J. Geophys. Res., 117, F02020, doi:10.1029/2011JF002259.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2011JF002259/abstract


YF 1999-2001 / MIDSEA
ETH, Zurich, Switzerland; UNSA, Nice, France; INGV, Rome, Italy

Van der Lee, S., F. Marone, M. van der Meijde, D. Giardini, A. Deschamps, L. Margheriti, P. Burkett, S.C. Solomon, P.M. Alves, M. Chouliaras, A. Eshwehdi, A.S. Suleiman, H. Gashut, M. Herak, R. Ortiz, J.M. Davila, A. Ugalde, J. Vila, K. Yelles, Eurasia-Africa Plate Boundary Region Yields New Seismographic Data, Eos Trans. AGU, 82, 637 645 646, 2001.
http://www.seg.ethz.ch/


YG 2005-2007 / Carpathian Basins Project

Dando BDE; Stuart GW; Houseman GA; Hegedus E; Bruckl E; Radovanovic S (2011) Teleseismic tomography of the mantle in the Carpathian-Pannonian region of central Europe, Geophys. J. Int., 186, pp.11-31. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.04998.x

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.04998.x


YI 2003-2006
Yale Univ., Rutgers Univ, INGV

Margheriti ,L., S. Pondrelli, D. Piccinini, N. Piana Agostinetti, F.P. Lucente, A. Amato, P. Baccheschi, L. Giovani, S. Salimbeni, J. Park, M. Brandon, V. Levin, J. Plomerova, P. Jedlicka, L. Vecsey, V. Babuska, A. Fiaschi, B Carpani And P. Ulbricht (2006). The Subduction Structure of the Northern Apennines: Results from the RETREAT Seismic Deployment. Annals of Geophysics 49, N 4/5 August/October 2006 pp1005-1017


YL 2001-02 / Himalayan Nepal Tibet Seismic Experiment (HIMNT)
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado at Boulder

Schulte-Pelkum, V., G. Monsalve, A. Sheehan, M. R. Pandey, S. Sapkota, R. Bilham, and F. Wu, Imaging the Indian subcontinent beneath the Himalaya, Nature, v. 435, pp. 1222-1225, 30 June 2005, doi:10.1038/nature03678.

De la Torre, T. L., and A. F. Sheehan, Broadband seismic noise analysis of the Himalayan Nepal Tibet Seismic Experiment, Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am., v. 95, 1202-1208, June 2005, doi:10.1785/0120040098.

Sheehan, A. F., F. T. Wu, F. Blume, G. Monsalve, H. Gilbert, T. de la Torre, R. Bendick, V. Schulte-Pelkum, R. Bilham, G. C. Huang, M. R. Pandey, H. B. Liu, Himalayan Nepal Tibet broadband seismic experiment (HIMNT), Eos Trans. Am. Geophys. Union, Fall meeting 2002.


YL 2005-2008 / North Anatolian Fault
Sergey Oreshin, Institute of physics of Earth of Russsian Academy of Sciences (http://www.ifz.ru)

Temporary seismic experiment was conducted from 2005 to 2008. 39 broadband seismic stations were placed at the North of Central Anatolia. The data of the experiment are used to investigate the velocity structure under the North Anatolian Fault region.


YO 2003-06 / TUCAN - Central American Subduction Factory
Geoff Abers / Karen Fisher, Boston University

Abers, G.A., L. Auger, E. Syracuse, T. Plank, K.M. Fischer, C. Rychert, A. Walker, J.M. Protti, V. Gonzalez, W. Strauch and P. Perez, Imaging the subduction factory beneath Central America: The TUCAN Broadband Seismic Experiment, EOS Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., 2004.


YU 2006-2014 / Sacramento/San Joaquin Delta
Jon B Fletcher, U.S. Geological Survey (www.usgs.gov)

Site Response and Basin Waves in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, California Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, February 2013, v. 103, p. 196-210, doi:10.1785/0120110347


YW 2005 / Cascadia Tremor Array 2005
Ken Creager, University of Washington

Wech, A. G., and K. C. Creager, 2007, Cascadia tremor polarization evidence for plate interface slip , Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, doi:10.1029/2007GL031167, 1-6.

Rubinstein, J. L., M. La Rocca, J. E. Vidale, K. C. Creager and A. G. Wech, 2008, Tidal modulation of nonvolcanic tremor, Science, 319, 186-189.
Wech, A. G., and K. C. Creager, 2008, Automatic detection and location of Cascadia tremor, Geophys. Res. Lett., 34, doi:10.1029/2008GL035458, 1-5.

Wech, A. G., K. C. Creager and T. I. Melbourne, 2009, Seismic and geodetic constraints on Cascadia slow slip, J. Geophys. Res., 114, B10316, doi:10.1029/2008JB006090, 1-9.


YZ 2003-04 / Dhofar Seismic Experiment
CNRS UPMC

Tiberi, C., Leroy, S., d'Acremont, E., Bellahsen, N., Ebinger, C., Al-Lazki, A. and Pointu, A., 2007. Crustal geometry of the northeastern Gulf of Aden passive margin: localization of the deformation inferred from receiver function analysis. Geophys. J. Int., 168(doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2006.03294.x): 1247-1260.

Lucazeau, F., Leroy, S., Bonneville, A., Goutorbe, B., Rolandone, F., d'Acremont, E., Watremez, L., Düsünur, D., Tuchais, P., Huchon, P., Bellahsen, N. & Al-Toubi, K. (2008). Persistent thermal activity at the Eastern Gulf of Aden after continental break-up, Nature Geosciences. 854-858

Basuyau, C. Tiberi, C., S. Leroy, G. Stuart, A. Al-Lazki, K. Al-Toubi, C. Ebinger, Evidence of partial melting beneath a continental margin: case of Dhofar, in the Northern Gulf of Aden (Sultanante of Oman), J. Geophys. Res.(in revision).


ZB 2005-2006
Frederik Tilmann, University of Cambridge

Tilmann, F.; Craig, T. J.; Grevemeyer, I.; Suwargadi, B.; Kopp, H. & Flueh, E., 2010, The updip seismic/aseismic transition of the Sumatra megathrust illuminated by aftershocks of the 2004 Aceh-Andaman and 2005 Nias events, Geophys. J. Int., 181, 1261-1274, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2010.04597.x

http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-246X.2010.04597.x


Y3 2009-2010 / South Island, New Zealand
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado at Boulder (http://cires.colorado.edu/science/groups/sheehan/)

Karalliyadda, S. C, and M. K. Savage, Seismic anisotropy and lithospheric deformation of the plate-boundary zone in South Island, New Zealand: inferences from local S-wave splitting, Geophys. J. Int., doi: 10.1093/gji/ggt022

http://gji.oxfordjournals.org/content/early/2013/02/21/gji.ggt022


ZC 2005 / Mount St. Helens Passive Seismic Experiment 2005
Weston Thelen, University of Washington

Array of 37 texans deployed for 2 days in a line north from the old dome and 8 three-component instruments deployed for 1+ months within and around the crater.


ZE 2007-2010 / SEARIFT
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester

Ebinger, C., Keir, D., Ayele, A., Belachew, M., Calais, E., Wright, T., Campbell, E., Buck, R., Magma intrusion and faulting processes in a zone of continental rupture: Seismicity of the Dabbahu (Afar) rift, Geophys. J. Int., doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2008.03877.x, 2008.

Ebinger, C., A. Ayele, D. Keir, J.V. Rowland, G. Yirgu, T. Wright, M. Belachew, I. Hamling, Length and timescales of rift faulting and magma intrusion: the Afar rifting Cycle from 2005 to Present, Ann. Revs. Earth Planet Sci., 38, doi:10.1146/annrev-earth-040809-152333, 2010.

http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/SEARIFT.html


ZE 2007-2009 / AFAR07
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester (http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/CJEbinger.html)

The support of National Science Foundation grant EAR-384 0635789; NERC grants NE/D008611/1, NE/D01039X/1, and NE/E007414/1 are gratefully acknowledged. The facilities of the IRIS Data Management System, and specifically the IRIS Data Management Center, were used for access to waveform and metadata required in this study. The IRIS DMS is funded through the National Science Foundation and specifically the GEO Directorate through the Instrumentation and Facilities Program of the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0004370.


ZH 2010-2010 / Bighorns Arch Seismic Experiment (BASE): Bighorns Short Period
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado at Boulder (http://cires.colorado.edu/science/groups/sheehan/)

Yang, Z., A. F. Sheehan, W. L. Yeck, K. C. Miller, E. A. Erslev, L. L. Worthington, and S. H. Harder (2012), Imaging basin structure with teleseismic virtual source reflection profiles, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L02303, doi:10.1029/2011GL050035.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2011GL050035/abstract


ZI 2001-2005 / PLUME Polynesian Lithosphere and Upper Mantle Experiment
CNRS/INSU

PLUME was funded by the French Ministère de la Recherche. Many thanks to the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), to the Université de Polynésie Française (UPF), and to the Commissariat à l'Energie Atomique (CEA) for having made this experiment possible.
http://www.dstu.univ-montp2.fr/PERSO/barruol/polynesia/


ZI 2010-2010 / Bighorns Passive Texan
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado at Boulder (http://cires.colorado.edu/science/groups/sheehan/)

Yang, Z., A. F. Sheehan, W. L. Yeck, K. C. Miller, E. A. Erslev, L. L. Worthington, and S. H. Harder (2012), Imaging basin structure with teleseismic virtual source reflection profiles, Geophys. Res. Lett., 39, L02303, doi:10.1029/2011GL050035.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2011GL050035/abstract


ZJ 2012-2016 / Transantarctic Mountains Northern Network (TAMNNET)
Samantha Hansen, The University of Alabama (http://geo.ua.edu/faculty-staff/hansen-samantha/)


ZK 2003-2007 / EPR OBS
Maya Tolstoy, Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University

Tolstoy, M., F. Waldhauser, D.R. Bohnenstiehl, R.T. Weekly, W.-Y. Kim, Seismic identification of along-axis hydrothermal flow on the East Pacific Rise, Nature, 451, doi:10.1038/nature06424, 2008.


ZK 2008 / UWTremTexBS
Ken Creager, University of Washington

Array of Arrays: Elusive ETS in the Cascadia Subduction Zone

Big Skidder experiment: tracking non-volcanic tremor through beamforming

Ghosh, A., J. E. Vidale, J. R. Sweet, K. C. Creager, and A. G. Wech, 2009, Tremor patches in Cascadia revealed by seismic array analysis, Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L17316, doi:10.1029/2009GL039080, 1-5. [ PDF ]

Ghosh, A., J. E. Vidale, J. R. Sweet, K. C. Creager, A. G. Wech, and H. Houston, 2010, Tremor bands sweep Cascadia, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L08301, doi:10.1029/2009GL042301, 1-5. [ PDF ]

Gomberg, J. and the Cascadia 2007 and Beyond Working Group, 2010, Slow-slip phenomena in Cascadia from 2007 and beyond: A review, GSA Bulletin, 122 p. 963?978; doi: 10.1130/B30287.1.


ZL 2003-2004 / ZL2004 David Glacier seismic array
GNS Science

Repeating earthquakes from rupture of an asperity under an Antarctic outlet glacier; Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253(1-2) p151-158.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0012821X0600745X


ZN 2008-2009 / METEO ARUBA/RICE UNIV
Meteorological Service Aruba

Temporary CMG6-TD data from Aruba at the Meteorological Service of Aruba in collaboration with Rice Univ.
Program ends October 2009.


ZU 2009-2010 / MOANA Marine Observations of Anisotropy Near Aotearoa OBSIP
Anne Sheehan, University of Colorado at Boulder (http://cires.colorado.edu/science/groups/sheehan/)

Yang, Z., A. F. Sheehan, J. A. Collins, G. Laske, The character of seafloor ambient noise recorded offshore New Zealand: Results from the MOANA ocean bottom seismic experiment, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst., Vol. 13, Q1001, doi:10.1029/2012GC004201, 2012.

Stachnik, J. C., A. F. Sheehan, D. W. Zietlow, Z. Yang, J. Collins, and A. Ferris, Determination of ocean bottom seismometer orientation via Rayleigh wave polarization, Seismol. Res. Lett., 83(4), 704-713, 2012.

Collins, J., P. Molnar, and A. Sheehan, Multibeam bathymetric surveys of submarine volcanoes and mega-pockmarks on the Chatham Rise, New Zealand, New Zealand Journal of Geology and Geophysics, 54:3, 329-339, doi: 10.1080/00288306.2011.589860, 2011.

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2012GC004201/full


ZU 2008-2008 / GOLDEN
Cynthia Ebinger, University of Rochester (http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/CJEbinger.html)

Ebinger, C., and C. A. Scholz, Continental rift basins: An East African perspective, in Busby, C. and A. Azor, Sedimentary Basins, 2012.

http://www.ees.rochester.edu/ebinger/GOLDEN.html


ZV 2008-2010 / Northeast Tibet Seismic experiment
Yang Shen, University of Rhode Island (http://seismolab.gso.uri.edu)

Shen, Y., D. Shi, X. Li, E. Sandvol, A. Li, Z. Zhang, H. Li, X. Liang, X. Xu, and H. Dong, Initial report on the northeastern Tibetan plateau seismic experiment and study of the May 12, 2008 Wenchuan earthquake, Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., abstract U23B-0066, 2008.


ZV 2012-2013 / Malargue

Ruigrok, E., D. Draganov, M. Gómez, J. Ruzzante, D. Torres, I. Lópes Pumarega, N. Barbero, A. Ramires, A. R. Castaño Gañan, K. van Wijk, and K. Wapenaar, 2012, Malargue seismic array: Design and deployment of the temporary array: The European Physical Journal Plus, 127, 126, doi: 10.1140/epjp/i2012-12126-7.


7A 1993-1996 / Skippy
Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University

The Seismology and Mathematical Geophysics research group within the Earth Physics area has broad interests ranging from elucidating lithospheric structures, to studying the inner core, to developing new methods for imaging Earth's interior.
http://rses.anu.edu.au/research-areas/seismology-mathematical-geophysics


7B 1997-1998 / Kimba
Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University

The Seismology and Mathematical Geophysics research group within the Earth Physics area has broad interests ranging from elucidating lithospheric structures, to studying the inner core, to developing new methods for imaging Earth's interior.
http://rses.anu.edu.au/research-areas/seismology-mathematical-geophysics

 
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IRIS DMS
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