Observatories and Research Facilities for EUropean Seismology
Volume 3, no 2 December 2001 Orfeus Newsletter

ORFEUS Electronic Newsletter

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Articles and News
The May 7, 2001 Earthquake in the Ekofisk Area, North Sea: 10 (117 kB)
J. Braunmiller, L. Ottemöller, S.L. Jensen, A. Ojeda and K. Atakan
Preliminary report on the strongest event in the Ekofisk area in the last 30 years.

A study of the focal properties of the Skyros Earthquake, MW = 6.5, July 26, 2001, Aegean Sea, Greece: 11 (206 kB)
N.S. Melis, G.N. Stavrakakis and J. Zahradnik
Preliminary investigation of a large earthquake and some of its aftershocks in the central Aegean Sea.

The Netherlands Seismic Broad-band Network: 12 (142 kB)
Reinoud Sleeman
Recent developments in the Netherlands.

Two meetings held in Italy on seismological data acquisition, exchange and analysis in Central Europe: 13 (543 kB)
G. Costa, A. Michelini, A. Restivo and P. Suhadolc
A concrete step towards cross-border integration of seismic network operations in Central Europe.

Short notes
New EC-project at ORFEUS: EMICES: 14 (8 kB)
A co-ordinated ORFEUS-EMSC project for organising three European workshops in 2002 and 2003.

MEREDIAN updates: 15 (5 kB)
Progress within project MEREDIAN.

ORFEUS announcements: 16 (6 kB)

Strategy meeting on data exchange for European seismology, July 3-5, 2001

Data Center co-ordination meeting, July 6-10, 2001

2001 ORFEUS Board meeting postponed to 2002

Basic Object Oriented Programming (BOOT) CAMP organised by IRIS-DMC

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