Category: "UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory (BSL)"

MOBB - the first cabled broadband observatory for northern CA

February 27th, 2009
February 27th, 2009 The NCEDC is pleased to announce the real-time data from MOBB, the first cabled ocean bottom broadband seismic observatory off the coast of California. The MOBB site is a joint project of the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory… more »

MOBB preliminary OBS data available at the NCEDC

October 30th, 2006
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 »

PG&E seismic data available at the NCEDC

October 20th, 2006
October 16th, 2006 The NCEDC is pleased to announce the availability of seismic phase and waveform data from the Pacific Gas and Electric seismic network that monitors seismicity in the vicinity of the Diablo Canyon nuclear powerplant. The phase data,… more »

BDSN BH channels changed to 40 Hz sampling

June 15th, 2004
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 »

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