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Seismic Activity Monitoring
« on: November 12, 2013, 04:51:31 PM »
For those of you wanting to monitor seismic activity, there is a new monitoring device ($49) using BOINC and the Quake Catcher Network. I have ordered a unit and will let you all now the outcome.

http://qcn.stanford.edu

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Re: Seismic Activity Monitoring
« Reply #1 on: November 12, 2013, 05:23:13 PM »
Hi Phillip,

I've been contributing to the Quake Catchers' Network for two years now. I think Edouard checked into it back then, too. At the time, they were giving out sensors to certain quake-prone areas, but I don't think he qualified. (I certainly didn't!) I think they've stopped the free sensors, though. We had a thread about this over on the old MacWeather Forum. Thanks for bringing it over here.

The amount of participation and activity on their message board has been practically nil since I started. Just a few posts a month, and many questions go unanswered by the staff.

I hope you see some activity on your sensor, but not too much!
Steve
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