Posts Tagged ‘shakemap’

Implementación y afinación de ShakeMap para latinoamérica -el caso de Panamá-

Implementación y afinación de ShakeMap para latinoamérica -el caso de Panamá-

El presente trabajo muestra la implementación y afinación de ShakeMap en Panamá. Este software fue desarrollado por el Servicio Geológico de los Estados Unidos (USGS), y el cual OSOP ha implementado en conjunto con SeisComP, para que puedan obtenerse valores de velocidad pico efectiva (PGV), aceleración pico […]

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ShakeMap Update r687 Released!

ShakeMap Update r687 Released!

Hi all: Bruce Worden recently announced a new ShakeMap release. The Seismo Guys tip their hats to Bruce et al. for continuously improving ShakeMap and for their rapid-response to inquiries at shake-dev. In the past 12 months Bruce has announced 4 revisions (!) (r620,r623,r639,r687), and as the […]

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The Virtual Seismic Community

The Virtual Seismic Community

When you need help, you just need help! Here are a list of seismic software mailing lists (in alphabetical order). “The [seismic community] is greater than the sum of its parts.” -Aristotle. So contribute often! AQMS Antelope Earthworm– Questions on the Winston Wave Server or Swarm? Send […]

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The magnitude scale: Throw it out!

The magnitude scale: Throw it out!

The Public: WOW! Did you feel that? The Seismologist: Yes. The Public: Cool. How hard did it shake? The Seismologist: The earthquake had a magnitude of 5.6 The Public [blank stare]: huh? The problem: A magnitude 6 event releases >30 times more energy than a M5 event […]

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