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KDAK - Kodiak Island, Alaska, USA (photo)

  Information for KDAK as of February 2000
Station: Kodiak Island, Alaska, USA
Director: Network Affiliation: IRIS/IDA - GSN
Network Contact:
IDA Seismographic Network
Institute of Geophysics & Planetary Physics
University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA 92093-0225
Telephone: Open Station: Yes
Fax: Parent Organization:
The United States Coast Guard
Latitude: 57.7828 N
Longitude: 152.5835 W
Elevation to Sensor: 152
Depth to Sensor: 88
Geology: Metamorphic. Upper Cretaceous sandstone and slate of the Kodiak Formation, which forms the part of the accretionary Chugach Terrane of the southeastern Alaska margin.
Vault Conditions: Site is on undeveloped land 6 km from the coast. The KS-54000 is emplaced in a cased borehole at a depth of 88 meters. The STS-2 is emplaced in a shallow cased borehole at a depth of 5.5 meters about 4 feet away from the KS54000 borehole. The FBA is on the wellhead pad.
Site Description: N/A
  Addresses from which to obtain data.
Station Instrumentation
1. Global Seismograph Network - GSN: [ II ] 09 Jun 1997 to Present