Request data by station location
How can I find out what stations IRIS has data for that fall within a latitude/longitude bounding box?
A user can find seismic data by station using a latitude/longitude bounding box in a number of different tools:
IRIS Web Services
Use the http://station service to search for available data within a specified latitude and longitude. You can also search by distance from a lat/lon point. Make sure you specify the
includeavailability parameter to
TRUE, and the
matchtimeseries parameter to
For more information, please go to http://service.iris.edu/fdsnws/station/docs/1/help
In the Map screen, the user can set a latitude/longitude bounding box, then use the Select Networks screen to select and map stations from the defined area. Read the JWEED Manual »
The MetaData Aggregator (MDA) returns metadata summaries from the IRIS DMC database including data availability and links to further services. Five levels of summary are available: network list, network, station, location and channel
Input parameters are specified in the URI as extensions of the form:
-- for [location] to specify a blank (space-space) location code.
Network = UW
Station = ASH (Crater, Mt. St. Helens)
data is available in the archive from 1981/05/13 to 1981/09/15