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Earthquakes: metadata provided in FDSN Stationxml format

From May 11, 2022 the content of the dataset distributed for each earthquake analyzed by Geoscope Network changes.

A data archive (zip file) replacing the volume SEED is provided, with:

  • The station metadata (level response) in FDSN StationXML format
  • A file containing the description of station channels (ascii)
  • A miniSEED volume with 20000 seconds of data from Geoscope stations

Consequently, the data distributed for the earthquakes in a SEED volume, is no longer available after the date above.

For the earthquakes analyzed before this date, the data  remains availlable in a SEED volume.

 

Workshop for the 40th anniversary of the GEOSCOPE network

The GEOSCOPE network turns 40 this year!  On this occasion, we are organizing a two day workshop  which will take place at IPGP in Paris on June 29-30, 2022.

This workshop aims at gathering researchers and engineers who have taken part in the development of the Geoscope seismic network, scientists who use the GEOSCOPE data for their research, and partners (national and international). The program thus features scientific and technical presentations, showing the network evolution and its contribution to our improved knowledge of the Earth structure and seismic sources.

We invite all scientists interested in global seismology and/or broad band instrumentation to participate. The workshop is free but registration has to be done because of the limited size of the amphiteater.