Saturday, January 15, 2005

UC Berkeley

The full vertical range of the screen represents 0.0005 mm/s of ground motion.
CLICK - http://memento.ieor.berkeley.edu/seismo.html?

COOL SITE - You may need to refresh it a few times to get it to work.

WE surge around the planet obsessed with our own activity and rarely pausing to think of how the planet itself is pulsing with its own forces.

"Mori displays streaming seismographic data measured continuously from a site near the Hayward Fault above University of California at Berkeley. The earthquake detector is a Streckeisen STS-1 seismometer that measures vertical ground velocity. Data is collected by the Berkeley Seismological Laboratory and relayed to a server in the Alpha Lab. Your display is delayed 30 seconds due to frame buffering at the detector."