International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks

FDSN Working Group I

Station Siting and Instrumentation

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Active Message Threads for November 2008

Rhett Butler
July 15, 2008, 6:21 p.m. - Nov. 17, 2008, 4:36 p.m.
Dear FDSN WG1 members, Here are some suggestions for discussion on increasing the size of the FDSN Backbone. Best regards, Rhett === First, a very brief history. The FDSN Backbone was "originally" the FDSN network. At the Potsdam meeting in 2004, FDSN members expressed their interest that their networks actually become part of the FDSN network. To include this concept and still to maintain a globally- distributed, high-quality, openly-exchange subset of the FDSN network, the f... [more]
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Dr. Pawel Wiejacz
Nov. 17, 2008, 9:58 a.m.
Dear Seiji, I am sorry to be mixing up, but as of Polish stations the list is not up-to-date. I.e. it was until October 20. On October 20 (2008) we have reopened station BEL after 40 years. Station was opened at a new vault, about 200 m from the old location. The coordinates of BEL are Latitude: 51.8355N, Longitude: 20.7888E, Elevation: 173 m, Depth of vault: 2 m. Equipment is a 24-bit MK-6 type seismic station and STS-2 seismometer, the very set that worked at WAR until October 10 (2008).... [more]
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