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13-10-2016 New data available through ORFEUS EIDA
Data from 4 temporary deployments and 2 OBS stations have become available through EIDA:
Mauritius Seismic Land Station; deployed by the Goethe University (Frankfurt, Germany) between 2012 and 2014 as part of the RHUM-RUM (Réunion Hotspot and Upper Mantle - Réunions Unterer Mantel; www.rhum-rum.net) project. RHUM-RUM was a French-German seismic experiment designed to image the oceanic mantle beneath La Réunion Island.
West Iberia Lithosphere and Astenosphere Structure (WILAS; 2010 - 2012). This temporary network was deployed by the Instituto Dom Luiz (FCUL, Portugal) to complement the seismic network in TopoIberia to western Iberia.
West Fissure and Atacama Fault Seismic Network, deployed by the Freie Universitaet Berlin (Germany) in Northern Chile between 2005-2012.
The Lefkada temporary network was installed after the Lefkada (Mw6.4) 2015 event. Six short period stations were installed (Nov 2015 to Apr 2016) by NOA (Greece).
The Cyprus Broadband Seismological Network added data from two OBS stations located in the Southeastern Mediterranean,
equipped with broadband and strong motion sensors at depths of about 2400m and 1600m.