Special Event: Nepaltemp

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non-public webpage. The figure was made internally at IRIS and has not been made public. The data for April 25 were never available to the public.

This is what the entry on the Nepal Special Events page would look like.

data from Mt Everest station EV.EVN 200 km from epicenter

Nepal_EV.EVN_BHZtrace2.png
Traces from EV.EVN station at the base of Mt. Everest operated by the Instituto Nazionale Di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale (OGS, Italy) as part of the Ev-K2-CNT project.

The EV.EVN data are now available from the DMC archive via normal extraction methods, e.g. breq_fast, webservices.
Please acknowledge the Ev-K2-CNT project and OGS, Italy if you use these data for publication.

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