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Active Message Threads for May 2008

Alan Jones
2008-02-02 16:34:59 - 2008-05-19 17:53:30
I have made some small changes in AmaSeis and in the Stations program. 2008.02.02: At request of John Lahr, Normalized the Fourier Transform so that when analyzing noise, the amplitude remains relatively constant as you extract different length signsls. Stations program in AmaSeisAux now automatically downloads the IRISEdStations.xml file from the IRIS download site. The Stations program displays a map of the world showing the stations that are providing real-time upload of their data. You ... [more]
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Larry Braile
2008-05-07 20:20:51
There is an interesting series of earthquakes going on right now from near the east coast of Honshu, Japan. Check your seismograph or the IRIS/AS-1 stations (http://www.iris.edu/amaseis/schools/ or the WLIN station: http://www.iris.edu/amaseis/schools/fullview.phtml?code=WLIN) or the USGS earthquake list (http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/quakes_big.php). -- Lawrence W. Braile, Professor and Department Head Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences 550 Stadium... [more]
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Alan Jones
2008-05-01 15:22:22
This from Earth and Sky: http://www.earthsky.org/radioshows/52486/research-ship-chikyu-drills-for-earthquakes Alan
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