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AGU Agenda

 
Hands-on Direct Burial Competition
Daily
Prizes will be given for participation and speed of deployment!
 
 
"Monitoring Induced Seismicity - Network Design"
Oral presentation, Wes Greig
Daily: 10:05 am and 3:45 pm
 
Aspects that will be covered:
  • Designing without a catalogue
  • Assessing location accuracies
  • Optimizing for Magnitude of Completeness
  • Implications for traffic lights
 
 
Customer Appreciation Event
Please enjoy a glass of wine with us
Wednesday, December 11th, 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm
 
 
"Comparison Study Between Vault Seismometers and a New Posthole Seismometer"
Poster Paper Presentation, Geoffrey Bainbridge and Neil Spriggs, Nanometrics Inc., Kanata, Canada
Friday, December 13th, 8:00 am to 12:20 pm  
 
Session Title: S51A 
Seismology Contributions: Signal Processing, Networks and Instrumentation II Posters
Location: Hall A-C (Moscone South)
 
Abstract:  Surface vault broadband seismometers have typically yielded good results on the vertical, but have been unreliable and noisy on the horizontal.  There are several reasons for this issue, including inherent problems with surface tilt noise and thermal stability.  A comparison study was undertaken between the highest performing vault seismometers and a new broadband Posthole seismometer in a downhole installation, at different depths and in various environments at stations in North America ranging from remote locations in Alaska to a noisy urban area.  In the remote and urban studies, a spectral analysis was conducted and PSD plots were generated, the results of which will be provided in detail in the paper.  This paper will discuss all of the results from these installations and the various installation methods used at these locations.
 
 
 
 

Dec 9, 2013

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