International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks

YV (2017-2017): Seismic experiments at the USGS Debris Flow Flume

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FDSN code YV (2017-2017) Operated by USGS
Network name Seismic experiments at the USGS Debris Flow Flume (Flume 2.0) Deployment region United States
Start date May 14, 2017 End date May 26, 2017
Short description

We plan to deploy ~60 3c nodal seismometers to capture the full wavefield of manmade debris flows at the USGS Debris Flow Flume in Blue River, OR. The instruments will be installed densely close to the flume and on the hillslope within ~100 meters of the flume in array configurations at high sample rates to capture the seismic signature of debris flows in a controlled setting. The goal is to understand what physical processes control the seismic signals observed and to develop and test methods for tracking moving surface sources. The experiments will last about two weeks, including installation and demobilization time. Exact dates may change so I have left some buffer in the dates listed.

Citation Information

Digital Object Identifier (DOI) https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/YV_2017
Citation
Kate Allstadt (2017): Seismic experiments at the USGS Debris Flow Flume. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks. Other/Seismic Network. 10.7914/SN/YV_2017

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