|Observatories and Research Facilities for EUropean Seismology|
|Volume 1, no 1||January 1999||Orfeus Newsletter|
Inventory of Data from Seismographic Networks of the WorldJohn Lahr1, Willie Lee2 and Torild van Eck3
Academic Press will publish an
of Earthquake and Engineering Seismology (Paul Jennings, Hiroo Kanamori
and Willie Lee, Editors) as an
IASPEI Centennial volume in 2001.
One chapter will be devoted to
An Inventory of Data from Seismograph Networks of
the World with John Lahr and Randy White as the coordinators, and
Steve Malone, Carlos Redondo, Torild van Eck and others as regional coordinators.
Specifically, this chapter will be a compilation of instrumental earthquake
catalogs or "station bulletins" or pointers to these archives for each seismic network.
Seismologists may contribute either by submitting instrumental earthquake
catalogs or "station bulletins" from their networks or by providing information
on how to access their archives.
We sollicitate contributions of European-Mediterranean seismic networks. If you agree to contribute we would appreciate if you send the following information at your earliest convenience to John Lahr (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org):
For each participating network there will be a 1/2 page abstract within the
printed volume of the Handbook. For the bulletin, phase and possibly waveform,
which will be stored on one or more attached CD-ROM's, we propose two alternatives.
Alternative 1: Provide the following information for the CD-ROM:
Alternative 2: Include within the 1/2 page abstract of the Handbook
clear references to where the above data can be obtained or is available
(for example a local web address or archive with access description,
mailing address or archival centra like IRIS, NEIC, ORFEUS, EMSC, etc.).
In case you choose this second alternative, please, have look at
seismo-data at the ORFEUS web site
and check for completeness.