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Volcanic Scream

Volcanic Scream

Volcanoes produce a wide variety of seismic signatures of which harmonic tremor is easily the most famous. Research into another popular signature, Drumbeats (aka repeaters or multiplets), has been in vogue since seismometers at Mount Saint Helens started recording them by the thousands last decade. In a […]

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SeisComP & Seisan Updates Now Available!

SeisComP & Seisan Updates Now Available!

Hi all: Good news. In addition to the ShakeMap update, new versions of SeisComP and Seisan are now available for download. SeisComP SeisComP Version Seattle 2013.200 can be downloaded here. Highlights: As if SeisComP was not fast enough already, it just got turbo-charged with the new Virtual […]

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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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Understanding flows where artistic energy goes

Understanding flows where artistic energy goes

Seismo Guys (and gals): Big data has been big media this year- through our drones, mobile devices and other gadgets we are producing an epic amount of data. What are we to do with all of this information? How are we to use it to improve our […]

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Seiches: Panama Canal & Norwegian Fjords

Seiches: Panama Canal & Norwegian Fjords

After the great tsunami of 2004, much-needed new attention was placed on the destructive force of large earthquakes, especially those capable of producing large tsunami events.  As a result of this increased awareness, many projects were begun to address the lack of tsunami warning systems around the […]

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