Posts Tagged ‘seismometers’

CA gears up for EEW

CA gears up for EEW

California is gearing up for the widespread deployment of a new Earthquake Early Warning system. Read all about it here. Join OSOP and gempa at AGU (Booths 2134/6) to talk about our EEW ideas and solutions. Density Matters:             OSOP short-period seismometers […]

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Broadband seismometers & local monitoring

Broadband seismometers & local monitoring

Every seismic observatory should have a few broad bands, they are truly things of wonder. Works of art. The Cadillacs of the seismic world. But having too many broad bands is counterproductive to real-time monitoring. Like driving a Hummer in an urban setting, painting your nails before […]

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OSOP Donates 8 Seismometers to Peace Corps Project

OSOP Donates 8 Seismometers to Peace Corps Project

This past week, OSOP hosted Greg Waite, a seismology professor from Michigan Technological University in Houghton, MI. The purpose of Greg’s visit was to support his student Chet Hopp, a graduate student in seismology at MTU, who is currently living and working in Panama as a Peace […]

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