What is EarthScope?
EarthScope is a bold undertaking to apply modern observational, analytical and telecommunications technologies to investigate the structure and evolution of the North American continent and the physical processes controlling earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. EarthScope will provide a foundation for fundamental and applied research throughout the United States that will contribute to the mitigation of risks from geological hazards, the development of natural resources, and the public’s understanding of the dynamic Earth. More information
Requesting data from IRIS
- How to get data from the large IRIS archive
- Check on archived data availability using SeismiQuery
- Check on real-time data holdings using BUD
by Tim Ahern (IRIS Data Management Center)