Observatories and Research Facilities for EUropean Seismology
Volume 1, no 2 April 1999 Orfeus Newsletter


Announcements

  • ORFEUS meetings at the IUGG99 in Birmingham, 18-30 July 1999

    All meetings are informal and discussion is encouraged

    Saturday July 24, late afternoon/evening: Joint FDSN WG1 and ORFEUS WG1 meeting.
    Station siting, ORFEUS part will be Europe and Mediterranean Area
    You are invited to prepare a short (5 min) presentation on new networks in your country.

    Sunday July 25, late afternoon/evening: Joint FDSN WG3 and ORFEUS WG4 meeting.
    Seismological software, ORFEUS part will be discussions on how to improve the ORFEUS Seismological Software Library.
    Among others presentation of recent developments within the FISSURES project at IRIS DMC and discussions about Java in seismology.

    Tuesday July 27, 18:00 - 20:00 ORFEUS workmeeting
    Preliminary title: Data exchange in the next century
    Informal discussion on the future of data archiving, data access and exchange within the European-Mediterranean area.

    Wednesday July 28, 17:30 - 19:30: joint FDSN WG2 and ORFEUS WG2 meeting.
    Instrumentation
    Presentations and discussions on calibration standards and new instrumentation.



  • ORFEUS Wilber with Java Seismogram Viewer

    With the aim to obtain a certain conformity in user data access Deborah Barnes and Robert Casey, both from IRIS DMC, installed an ORFEUS Wilber version that presently runs on our Spyder® data.

    Further with the help of Anthony Lomax, from Geosciences Azur in Nice, ORFEUS also installed Anthony's Java Seismogram Viewer within ORFEUS Wilber to enable a user to inspect individual signals. This is presently an experimental version that may not work on older browser versions.

    Please, let us know if you have comments or meet problems in either ORFEUS Wilber or the Java Seismogram Viewer so we can improve.

    The usual ORFEUS web requests will be still operating.



  • Educational oriented seismology links: Seismo-edu

    Seismo-edu consists of links to Electronically available lecture notes, amateur seismology, popular seismology etc. Presently, this is under development, however, suggestions are appreciated.

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