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Subject: RE: Newcomb, NY Earthquake
From: "Kareem Lanier" kareemjupiter@.............
Date: Mon, 24 Apr 2000 21:16:13 -0700

Does anyone monitor telemetry signals coming from remote seismic stations? I
need help doing this. I currently have a drum recorder and need either a
discriminator or A to D card.

 -----Original Message-----
From: 	psn-l-request@.............. [mailto:psn-l-request@...............
On Behalf Of Paul Jebb
Sent:	Monday, April 24, 2000 10:24 AM
To:	John Hernlund; Seismic Network
Subject:	Re: Newcomb, NY Earthquake

Dear John,
Thanks for that start.
I took a cursory run to the IRIS site and at least got the depth down.  I
want to
get a look at the actual seismograph output for this quake if I can.  I'll
around there some more and see what I come up with.
As for the local geology, Newcomb is located in the Adirondack mountains
which is
an anorthositic plug contiguous with the Canadian Shield.  We do have a
couple of
faults running through Town but I am not sure of the exact layout.

Yours truly,
Paul Jebb

John Hernlund wrote:

> On Mon, 24 Apr 2000, Paul Jebb wrote:
> > Dear Members,
> > On April 20th there was a 3.7 event here in Newcomb, almost directly
> > below our school.  In an unbeliveably bad stroke of luck, we were on
> > vacation here and our seismometer totally missed the whole thing.  If
> > you have access to any seismic recordings for this event, I would love
> > to get them.
> > Can you help?
> > Yours truly,
> > Paul Jebb
> > NCS
> Paul,
>    What a bummer!  These NE quakes are always quite interesting to see.
> is your geological setting there in Newcomb?  I'd be interested to here
> about this (you can post to the list, because I am sure they are
> too).  As you may or may not know, all of the records of earthquake data
> the global seismic network are available for free on the web.  I believe
> are quite a few stations around some of the ivy league schools in New
> and you could probably get some of those.  To obtain any record from any
> these stations, go to the site:  IRIS is a university
> consortium funded by NSF to study global seismology.  They have quite a
> member institutions (including ASU, where I am).  These seismograms are
> recorded on the best, state-of-the-art equipment available today.
> John Hernlund
> E-mail: hernlund@.......
> WWW:


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