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Seismic networking

Deploying, operating, and maintaining groups and arrays of instruments for detecting and describing local movements of the earth.
This category is also used for earthquake monitoring.
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Seismotectonic maps in the vicinity of the lower Wabash Valley, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky - Digital Spatial Database: COCORP seismic reflection surveys

This cover contains locations of two COCORP lines that cross the study area.

Seismotectonic maps in the vicinity of the lower Wabash Valley, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky - Digital Spatial Database: Temporary seismic network station locations

This cover contains the locations of stations deployed in the temporary network by M.W. Hamburger, G.L.Povlis, and others at Indiana University from October 1995 through June 1996. 20 three-component digital instruments were deployed near the Wabash River

Seismotectonic maps in the vicinity of the lower Wabash Valley, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky - Digital Spatial Database: Seismograph Network station locations

This cover contains station locations of the New Madrid Seismic Network within the study boundary. The network is a cooperative project of Saint Louis University and Memphis State University. Operation of the network has been continuous since June 1975, b

Seismotectonic maps in the vicinity of the lower Wabash Valley, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky - Digital Spatial Database: Locations of stress orientations

NOTE: Location of one point, near -88.65, 38.95, was incorrect when Sheet A was published. The location is .5 degree south, and is corrected in this dataset. This cover contains locations of places where greatest horizontal compressive stress (S(Hmax)) o

Seismotectonic maps in the vicinity of the lower Wabash Valley, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky - Digital Spatial Database: Strong Motion Program station locations

This cover contains locations of strong motion accelerograph instruments located in the lower Wabash Valley. The instruments are operated by Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, the University of Kentucky, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Strong Mot