Category: "Berkeley Digital Seismic Network (BDSN, BK)"
October 30th, 2006 The NCEDC is pleased to announce the availability of preliminary seismic, current meter, pressure timeseries from the MOBB ocean bottom seismometer (OBS) system deployed in Monterey Bay, California. The MOBB site is a joint project… more »
September 25, 2004 As of September 25, the NCEDC is archiving continuous data from the BDSN HH and HL channels. In the past, we had archived waveform snippets or triggers for events for the HH and HL channels, while archiving BH and lower data rates… more »
The BSL converted most - but not quite all - of the BDSN BH data streams from 20 samples per second to 40 samples per second at the beginning of the GMT day on June 15th (day 167). This change affects: BDM, BKS, BRIB (broadband sensor only), CMB, CVS,… more »
The NCEDC has archived 2 days of continuous high frequency data from the BDSN network for the days surrounding the magnitude 7.8 Denali earthquake of November 3, 2002. Instead of the normally triggered data at sample rates of 80 or 100 Hz, the NCEDC… more »
January 28, 2004 The NCEDC has archived 7 days of continuous high frequency data from the BDSN network for the days surrounding the magnitude 6.5 San Simeon Earthquake of December 22, 2003. The NCEDC normally archives continuous 20 Hz and lower… more »