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- Using Real-time Microseismic Array Performance Prediction to Construct Optimal Arrays | Presentation/PosterMicroseismic monitoring arrays are required to detect the smallest possible event, or to guarantee detection of an event of some minimum size. Diverse geometries and performance metrics have been proposed over the years.
- MS Network Perf Est- New Madrid Seismic Zone | Presentation/PosterWe compare predictions of network performance to observations made from an earthquake catalogue. We estimate event spectra using Brune modeling and station noise to predict the magnitude of completeness for a network and compute the location accuracy according to Peters and Crosson (1972). We
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- Designing Networks for Induced Seismicity: A method to ensure that seismic network performance expectations are met at the time of network installation | White paperDesigning Networks for Induced Seismicity: A method to ensure that seismic network performance expectations are met at the time of network installation W.Greig, N. Ackerley, and N. Spriggs
- The University of Texas at Austin Bureau of Economic Geology has finished installing the state’s earthquake monitoring network, TexNet, and thanks to a new interactive website, the public can follow and sort seismic activity in Texas in real time.