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2021-07-20 10:56:24 - 2021-08-20 18:19:23
Hello I try to retrieve data (regional stations) for a Ml 4.2 event occurred on March 30, 2021 at 16h 25 in Neunkirchen (Austria). These data were in Wilber some days after the occurrence of the earthquake, but now are missing. Please, how I can retrieve them?. Thanks Elisa Buforn -- Elisa Buforn Catedrática de Física de la Tierra Dept. de Geofísica y Meteorología Fac. CC. Físicas Universidad Complutense 28040 Madrid (Spain) Phone: 34-913944400 Fax: 34-913944398 email: ebufornp@u… [more]
Hi, 1- I am trying to access waveform data from station AU.MCQ, which was the closest to the 2004-12-23T14:59:04 M8.2 Macquarie Island earthquake. According to your website, the station was opened in June 2004, but data availability is from 2005-01-11 (see below): curl -o MCQ_availability.txt 'http://service.iris.edu/fdsnws/availability/1/extent?net=AU&sta=MCQ&start=2004-01-01&end=2005-12-24&format=text&includerestricted=true&nodata=404' #Network Station Location Channel Quality SampleRate … [more]
Re: missing 2004 waveform data for MCQ - Adam Clark - 2021-08-19 12:39:54
Soneson, Joshua E.
2021-07-13 13:58:10 - 2021-08-19 13:02:44
I'm looking for a convenient way to annotate seismic waveforms and spectrograms with event times and p-, s-wave phase arrivals. Wilbur 3 produces plots with P- and S-wave arrivals annotated on waveform data. Is there a convenient way to access the arrival times, e.g. a file that can be downloaded and parsed to extract the times automatically? I'd like to automate this process instead of the old copy and paste routine for each event/station combination. Thanks, Josh
Re: Phase arrival data - Adam Clark - 2021-08-19 13:02:44