Thread: Global DAS monitoring month

Started: 2023-01-30 19:25:07
Last activity: 2023-03-23 13:38:31
Andreas Wuestefeld
2023-01-30 19:25:07
The global DAS monitoring month is starting on Wednesday! This is exiting and thank you all for the positive feedback so far!

More than 20 organizations have indicated their participation, and I know that a few more are still working in the background on contributing.

You can find more information on the campaign and how to upload data on this webpage:
https://www.norsar.no/in-focus/global-das-monitoring-month-february-2023

I will update this somewhat regularly during February

You will find a list of events to share on the USGS website, which also provides email notification.
The best might be to use the following link to get a JSON file
https://earthquake.usgs.gov/fdsnws/event/1/query.geojson?starttime=2023-02-01%2000:00:00&endtime=2023-02-28%2023:59:59&minmagnitude=5&orderby=time


Also remember that February 14th is not only Valentines day, but also Global DAS Day, where we will try to gather 24h of continuous data! We also intent to have an IRIS DAS-RCN webinar on that day. More information will follow shortly.


Finally, I received some feedback that extracting down-sampled data in native formats may be challenging for some. If you have such issue, you may as well use the (discontinued) miniDAS https://github.com/DAS-RCN/RCN_DASformat
The aim is to collect the variety of different formats out there. This will help the data-format group to define the “best” common data format, picking the best solutions from each!
You can also consider uploading data in its native sampling format. However keep in mind that data storage at pubDAS is not unlimited, and it also needs to be downloadable in a reasonable time.
If you have an estimate on how much data 150 event with 1h data with produce, and if it is more than 4TB please contact me and Ƶack Spica zspica<at>umich.edu<zspica<at>umich.edu>


Thank you all for contributing to this campaign
Andreas



Dr Andreas Wuestefeld
Technology Lead - Fiber Optics
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  • Kasey Aderhold
    2023-02-02 02:20:12
    Happy DAS Month!

    We are holding an online Global DAS Day event on February 14th at 10am ET
    for contributors to share details of their fibre systems, compare notes on
    data handling and observations, provide feedback on the data upload and
    download process to PubDAS, and network with other DAS data providers and
    users. You can register for this Zoom event here:
    https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwrdu-gqz0qHN39NQEs8dCDchLy4L8fCFKP.
    This
    event will be held in Zoom Meeting format and a recording will be made
    available on YouTube after the event.

    We welcome all to participate and we can accommodate live or prerecorded
    talks, preferably 2-3 slides and less than 5 minutes. If you would like to
    present, please upload your presentation materials to DropBox here:
    https://www.dropbox.com/request/W7SjBKJuYgwcNj9juaSh and get in touch with
    Kasey Aderhold (kasey.aderhold<at>earthscope.org). We also encourage
    submission of short videos from participants to introduce yourselves, your
    fibre, and let us know "Why do you love DAS?"

    Please register for the event with the email address associated with your
    Zoom account. We are requiring Zoom authentication to limit disruptions.
    Note that U.S. government accounts may encounter difficulty due to the lack
    of integration between standard Zoom and Zoom Gov; we advise using a
    different email associated with a standard Zoom account to register. You
    can register for a free Zoom account to authenticate.

    On Mon, Jan 30, 2023 at 3:03 PM Andreas Wuestefeld (via IRIS) <
    das-bounce<at>lists.ds.iris.edu> wrote:

    The global DAS monitoring month is starting on Wednesday! This is exiting
    and thank you all for the positive feedback so far!



    More than 20 organizations have indicated their participation, and I know
    that a few more are still working in the background on contributing.



    You can find more information on the campaign and how to upload data on
    this webpage:

    https://www.norsar.no/in-focus/global-das-monitoring-month-february-2023



    I will update this somewhat regularly during February



    You will find a list of events to share on the USGS website, which also
    provides email notification.

    The best might be to use the following link to get a JSON file


    https://earthquake.usgs.gov/fdsnws/event/1/query.geojson?starttime=2023-02-01%2000:00:00&endtime=2023-02-28%2023:59:59&minmagnitude=5&orderby=time





    Also remember that February 14th is not only Valentines day, but also *Global
    DAS Day*, where we will try to gather 24h of continuous data! We also
    intent to have an IRIS DAS-RCN webinar on that day. More information will
    follow shortly.





    Finally, I received some feedback that extracting down-sampled data in
    native formats may be challenging for some. If you have such issue, you may
    as well use the (discontinued) miniDAS
    https://github.com/DAS-RCN/RCN_DASformat

    The aim is to collect the variety of different formats out there. This
    will help the data-format group to define the “best” common data format,
    picking the best solutions from each!

    You can also consider uploading data in its native sampling format.
    However keep in mind that data storage at pubDAS is not unlimited, and it
    also needs to be downloadable in a reasonable time.

    If you have an estimate on how much data 150 event with 1h data with
    produce, and if it is more than 4TB please contact me and Ƶack Spica
    zspica<at>umich.edu





    Thank you all for contributing to this campaign

    Andreas







    *Dr Andreas Wuestefeld*

    Technology Lead - Fiber Optics
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  • Andreas Wuestefeld
    2023-03-23 13:38:31
    The upload period for the Global DAS Month officially ends on March 31st (next Friday).
    I understand that a few instruments are still out in the field, and upload may be delayed.

    There was already some interest in using the data for publications (notably the Turkish earthquake). I would thus extent the deadline for upload until Apr 30.
    To make sure your contribution will be part of the initial publication(s), please consider this new deadline.

    Andreas


    From: Andreas Wuestefeld
    Sent: Monday, January 30, 2023 20:25
    To: das<at>lists.ds.iris.edu
    Cc: Ƶack Spica <zspica<at>umich.edu>
    Subject: Global DAS monitoring month

    The global DAS monitoring month is starting on Wednesday! This is exiting and thank you all for the positive feedback so far!

    More than 20 organizations have indicated their participation, and I know that a few more are still working in the background on contributing.

    You can find more information on the campaign and how to upload data on this webpage:
    https://www.norsar.no/in-focus/global-das-monitoring-month-february-2023

    I will update this somewhat regularly during February

    You will find a list of events to share on the USGS website, which also provides email notification.
    The best might be to use the following link to get a JSON file
    https://earthquake.usgs.gov/fdsnws/event/1/query.geojson?starttime=2023-02-01%2000:00:00&endtime=2023-02-28%2023:59:59&minmagnitude=5&orderby=time


    Also remember that February 14th is not only Valentines day, but also Global DAS Day, where we will try to gather 24h of continuous data! We also intent to have an IRIS DAS-RCN webinar on that day. More information will follow shortly.


    Finally, I received some feedback that extracting down-sampled data in native formats may be challenging for some. If you have such issue, you may as well use the (discontinued) miniDAS https://github.com/DAS-RCN/RCN_DASformat
    The aim is to collect the variety of different formats out there. This will help the data-format group to define the “best” common data format, picking the best solutions from each!
    You can also consider uploading data in its native sampling format. However keep in mind that data storage at pubDAS is not unlimited, and it also needs to be downloadable in a reasonable time.
    If you have an estimate on how much data 150 event with 1h data with produce, and if it is more than 4TB please contact me and Ƶack Spica zspica<at>umich.edu<zspica<at>umich.edu>


    Thank you all for contributing to this campaign
    Andreas



    Dr Andreas Wuestefeld
    Technology Lead - Fiber Optics
    ________________________________
    [norsar]

    Gunnar Randers vei 15
    PO Box 53, N-2007 Kjeller
    Mobile: +47 47 66 79 28
    Email: andreasw<at>norsar.no <andreasw<at>norsar.no>
    LinkedIn: no.linkedin.com/in/andreaswuestefeld/http://no.linkedin.com/in/andreaswuestefeld/
    Web: www.norsar.nohttp://www.norsar.no/


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