International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks

X1 (2004-2005): Development and Testing of a Deep-Water, Acoustically-Linked, Moored- Buoy Seafloor Observatory

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FDSN code X1 (2004-2005) Operated by
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
Network name Development and Testing of a Deep-Water, Acoustically-Linked, Moored- Buoy Seafloor Observatory (Nootka) Deployment region United States of America
Start year 2004 End year 2005
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In this proposal we request funds for the development and testing of a prototype deep-water, acoustically-linked, moored-buoy seafloor observatory and a 15-month-long demonstration project using this system on the Nootka Fault off Vancouver Island in the Northeast Pacific.

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