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Active Message Threads for February 2007

kwhite5@egreen.wednet.edu
2007-02-15 23:42:54
I got it!! Very cool. My kids were so impressed with the Valentine's Day Event. Just as a side note, my superintendent was walking through the building and had to come visit. He was at Bandon, OR on Sunday the 11th when we got our "first quake" readings here in Vancouver, WA!! He was amazed with the knowledge the 7th grade students had about seismology and "their" seismograph:<) Thank you over and over for letting us use the AS-1. What an incredible learning tool for students, teachers ... ... [more]
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mildred lopez
2007-02-13 12:10:46
Reading about Portland... I guess my AS1 just came back to life too!...Now I really need to understand what I get and also to what event it is related. I will check the links of previous responce and will continue getting in touch. Thank for your help. I guess this is just the beginning. Mildred Lopez El centro, Ca. _________________________________________________________________ Search for grocery stores. Find gratitude. Turn a simple search into something more. http://click4thecause... [more]
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John or Jan Lahr
2007-02-12 17:50:06
Here's a question that I received recently from a teacher in Portland: >I finally got the seismometer up and running at the end of January >and it has been running continuously since then. I keep seeing >spikes with limited duration on the traces but have trouble tying >them to events I get from USGS on earthquakes occurring globally. I >have followed the advice on the setting for gain and both >filters. How much of a lag should I see from different parts of the >earth? Anybody hav... [more]
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John or Jan Lahr
2007-02-08 07:08:44
Many seismologists study "site response," which is the study of the way shaking from an earthquake varies from place to place due to ground and soil conditions. If you search the web for: earthquake "site response" you will find many pages on this topic, such as: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/research/groundmotion/field/duvall/ Hope this helps, John At 06:07 PM 2/7/2007, you wrote: >Is there any information about reseach done on earthquakes and relationship >with soil content in the area?... [more]
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mildred lopez
2007-02-08 02:07:53
Is there any information about reseach done on earthquakes and relationship with soil content in the area? Has someone done any work on these? Please e mail with information if available. Thanks Mildred Lopez jomildred@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ FREE online classifieds from Windows Live Expo – buy and sell with people you know http://clk.atdmt.com/MSN/go/msnnkwex0010000001msn/direct/01/?href=http://expo.live.com?s_cid=Hotmail_tagline_12/... [more]
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IRIS Teachers, UCAR in Boulder, Colorado, is looking for teachers to help in developing earthquake-related teaching resources. If you could travel to Boulder for two weekends, this sounds like a great opportunity to utilize the knowledge and expertise you've gained through participation in the IRIS Seismographs in Schools program. Cheers, John #################################/ John C. Lahr ################################/ Emeritus Seismologist ###############################/ U.S. Ge... [more]
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