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Subject: Re: geotech recorder on ebay
From: John Hernlund hernlund@............
Date: Sat, 6 Sep 2003 01:09:19 -0700
Just wait until USArray comes on line...massive new acquisitions always
seem to create a surplus of "old" but really good instruments that make
their way out into the market.
As for myself, work on a Santa Monica station have fallen on hard
times...my apt manager who was friendly to the idea passed away due to
a heart attack, and the new manager is more dubious. But it may come to
fruition. We'll see.
On an interesting note, a couple friends of mine are working on a joint
seismic-computer science project for some new type of networking idea
and a massive instrumentation deployment. The initial idea was to
carpet UCLA campus, plus really wire up a single building in the med
center for site and building response type things, although the
deployment plan may be more flexible. The building response project was
to look for non-linear signals that herald permanent deformation of the
building. The networking idea had more stand alone stations that
communicated with their neighbors in some fashion that made data
transfer and handling more efficient. They were also doing something
like this for biological sensors...pretty interesting stuff.
On Friday, September 5, 2003, at 06:04 PM, Dave Nelson wrote:
> What a great piece of gear am so envious i dont live i nthe USA
> with so much seismic equip coming up for sale
> At 08:19 PM 5/09/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>> Hi gang,
>> Ebay has an auction:
>> TELEDYNE GEOTECH RECORDER SEISMOGRAPH N/R
>> Item number: 2556338921
>> The auction ends Sept. 11.
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