Thread: RE: Recent (Very!) Alaskan Quake

Started: 2007-01-09 19:43:45
Last activity: 2007-01-09 19:43:45
Topics: IRIS EPO
Ed Roberts
2007-01-09 19:43:45
We had the same opportunity here as well. I was teaching an Earth Science class when the waves rolled in, providing another great learning moment, courtesy of the AS-1.

Ed Roberts, Science Teacher
500 Apache Drive
Pottsville High School, Arkansas 72858
ed.roberts<at>pottsville.k12.ar.us


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From: irised-bounces<at>iris.washington.edu on behalf of cdewolf<at>chsd.us
Sent: Tue 1/9/07 10:33
To: irised<at>iris.washington.edu
Subject: [irised] Recent (Very!) Alaskan Quake



I had the good fortune to be looking at my screen when waves from a quake in Alaska started rolling in. I have an Advisory class at that time, so I was able to take advantage of the open structure of this "class" to seize the moment and teach them some seismology.

I found another site that posts current seismic data from a variety of recording stations to show them that the strongest waves were in Alaska, so that was likely where the quake occurred, and then used the IRIS site to show them the report of this quake, it's magnitude, etc.

One student even asked prior to that if I could tell what the magnitude was from my instrument. We just didn't have time in this 20 minute period to try it ourselves. Now if I can only get enough students for a section of geology to run next fall.......


Cris L. DeWolf
Past President
Michigan Earth Science Teachers Association
GEONS Ambassador
NAGT North Central Region State Contact

Hi J. Bob,

I have seen the screen look like this when the sample rate printed in
the bottom left of the screen had changed for some reason. It should
be just a bit higher than 6 samples per second. Stopping and
starting AmaSeis has, in my experience, corrected the problem.

Let us know what happens.

Cheers,
John

At 06:27 AM 1/9/2007, you wrote:
Hi All,
I am having problems with my recording. The recording never goes all
the way to the right edge of the screen. It stops at 58 minutes and
goes on to the next line. Does anyone know how to fix this?
J. Bob
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