PSN-L Email List Message
Subject: Fw: U.S. Educational Seismology Network
From: "Larry Cochrane" lcochrane@..............
Date: Mon, 21 Apr 2003 00:46:13 -0700
I received this request for information from Matthew Campbell regarding
seismograph systems located in schools around the US. Attached with his email
message was this M$ Word document
http://www.seismicnet.com/incoming/usesnform.doc that should be filled out and
sent to Matthew.
If you can help out that would be great.
Redwood City, PSN
Note: I now have a new email address. The email address COCHRANE@..............
has been changed to LCOCHRANE at WEBTRONICS dot COM. I needed to do this do to
too much SPAM being sent to my old address. Please do not place my new address
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Matthew Campbell wrote:
> I am a graduate student working with Michael Hamburger and Gary Pavlis
> on the U.S. Educational Seismology Network (USESN) project, with
> support from IRIS. As part of that project, I am writing to ask your
> help in developing a database of educational seismic stations across
> the country. The ultimate goal of the project is to develop a
> coherent national network of independently operated seismograph
> stations, transmitting data in real time over the Internet, and whose
> data are readily available to the educational and research
> As a first step in this process, we would like to consolidate
> information about the existing educational seismic stations, in order
> to maximize the value of data produced by these stations, to provide
> technical and curricular support for participating schools, and to
> ensure that teachers and students become part of a newly emerging
> national network.
> We ask your help in getting this basic information about the schools
> in your network. I am appending to this message a brief questionnaire
> about station operation that summarizes critical information about
> participating seismograph stations, as well as an Excel spreadsheet
> with entries for the relevant information. You may not have all of
> this information readily available, but whatever information you can
> provide at this stage will be most helpful in getting the database
> started. If possible, please try to get the information back to us by
> May 5, 2003, when we'll be compiling information from the entire
> national network.
> Please let me know if you have any questions about this request.
> Information should be sent to me at ecphora@............ with copies
> to pepp@............
> We thank you for your assistance with this important endeavor. We
> look forward to working with you.
> Matthew Campbell
> Department of Geological Sciences
> Indiana University
> Bloomington, Indiana 47405
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