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Subject: Re: seismic records
From: "Thomas Dick" dickthomas01@.............
Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 20:51:19 -0500
> You are in luck, living in Indiana, there is the PN (PEPP, IN, Princeton
> Earth Physics Program network of Indiana) network, including one station
> Evansville, IN. You can reference this through Wilber II.
You opened new doors for me to explore with this comment. I downloaded a
list of those stations now. The Illinois quakes in April don't show any data
locally; the Princeton site which was not operating at the time. The
Evansville and New Harmony site are not shown sites aren't listed..
> I would also suggest that you download the GEE program from IRIS, at the
> following link:
I also got VASE.
I have to absorb the operating instructions for this program.>
> The program is easy to use, but does not have the sophistication of
> WinQuake. It appears as an unfinished program to me. However, you can
> SAC, PSN, and PSN datasets with no problems.
I like Bob's Winquake utilities for converting to PSN
You can also monitor in as close to real time as it gets any of seismic
stations listed in their worldwide database.
This will help -- it is a start in a new direction; I have the USI site
which is a part of the U. of St. Louis, as well another at University of
Evansville and of course, Wyandotte Cave, IN and the IU network for actual
> Many stations from the Transportable Array (TA) network are shown in the
> Western US. In a year or two, many of these stations will be moving to
> Mid-West US, so you may have many more stations to chose from.
> Another network you might want to explore is NM (Cooperative New Madrid
> Seismic Network).
I have broused there some; occasrionally, a small western Kentucky quake
will show up on some of their units.
They are not as close as your PN stations, but could give
Thanks for your comments and the time it took to create them.
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