|FDSN code||XQ (2006-2006)||Operated by|
|Network name||Collaborative Research: Understanding Fault Zone Compliance by Seismic Probing of InSAR Anomalies, Mojave Fault-Zone Compliance (Fault Zone Compliance)||Deployment region|
|Start year||2006||End year||2006|
We shall deploy 40 stations with mid-band 40T stations in a 3km x 3km square array and 60 stations with 2 Hz L22 sensors in linear arrays at the Calico fault in Mojave Desert in May of 2006 to record signals from 3 explosions first. 40 mid-band station and 30 short-period station will work in the field for 6 months until mid November of 2006. All stations will work in continuous recording mode using the sample rate of 500 samples per second for explosions and 100 sample per second for earthquakes. We estimate that ~200 GB data from 100 stations for recording explosions in a week, and ~700 GB data from 70 stations for recording earthquakes in ~6 months.
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/XQ_2006|
Yong-Gang Li, John Vidale (2006): Collaborative Research: Understanding Fault Zone Compliance by Seismic Probing of InSAR Anomalies, Mojave Fault-Zone Compliance. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks. Dataset/Seismic Network. 10.7914/SN/XQ_2006
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