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  • eyu
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    here is the automated solution
  • cochran
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    This shows earthquakes in the region of Octillo Wells between Oct 1 - Oct 30. This is just my attempt to put a figure online.
  • hough
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    The USGS is still awaiting delivery (any day now) of two sat phones that will stay with the response coordinator (me) and the field ops coordinator (Erik.) Info will be updated when phones arrive. If the Big One happens before then we have access to the sat phone used for communication with field techs. We also now have OASIS lines.
  • cochran
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    I put the UCR sat phone number under my contact information, the phone may be used by Cochran, Funning, Dieterich, or Oglesby.
  • beroza
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    Mine is there too now.
  • beroza
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    This is for the M 3.6 last night.
  • blume
    ShakeOut Response Planning - Geodesy Group   11 years 47 weeks ago
    The following policy will apply to all data acquired with ANY UNAVCO-supported hardware requested during ShakeOut: "All data acquired using UNAVCO-owned hardware requested as part of an Event Response must be archived and made publicly available as soon as possible after they are downloaded from the instrument." We will be reviewing this and all UNAVCO data policies with the Board of Directors in the coming weeks; I encourage concerned investigators to make their opinions known on this issue. The current overriding UNAVCO Data Policy can be found here: http://www.unavco.org/community/policies_forms/DataPolicy.html and the conflicting EarthScope policy here: http://www.earthscope.org/es_doc/data/esdatapolicy.pdf
  • eyu
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    A moment tensor solution can be found at http://www.data.scec.org Here is the automated solution: ** SCSN Moment Tensor Solution Message ** REAL-TIME SOLUTION: NOT REVIEWED Inversion Method: Complete Waveform Number of Stations used: 5 Stations: CI.BC3 CI.BLY CI.BAR CI.WSS CI.EDW2 Real-Time Solution: ------------------- Event ID : 10356925 Magnitude : 3.31 Depth (km) : 2.4 Origin Time : 10/30/2008 06:49:38:110 Latitude : 33.06 Longitude : -115.91 Further Information at: http://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov/recenteqs/Quakes/ci10356925.htm SCSN Moment Tensor Solution: ---------------------------- Moment Magnitude : 3.30 Depth (km) : 5 Variance Reduction(%): 44.76 Quality Factor : B (A : Mw, MT good enough for distribution) (B : Mw only good enough for distribution) (C : Solution needs review before distribution) Best Fitting Double Couple and CLVD Solution: --------------------------------------------------- Moment Tensor: Scale = 10**21 Dyne-cm Component Value Mxx 1.31 Mxy -0.311 Mxz -0.203 Myy -0.825 Myz 0.0523 Mzz -0.483 Best Fitting Double Couple Solution: -------------------------------------------------- Moment Tensor: Scale = 10**21 Dyne-cm Component Value Mxx 1.066 Mxy -0.302 Mxz -0.113 Myy -1.076 Myz 0.086 Mzz 0.010 Principle Axes: Axis Value Plunge Azimuth T 1.122 6 172 N 0.000 83 21 P -1.122 4 262 Best Fitting Double-Couple: Mo = 1.12E+21 Dyne-cm Plane Strike Rake Dip NP1 217 173 88 NP2 307 2 83 Moment Magnitude = 3.30 ####### ################### ######################### #########################---- ##########################------- ----#####################---------- --------#################------------ ------------#############-------------- ---------------########---------------- ------------------#####------------------ ----------------------------------------- ------------------###------------------ P -----------------######---------------- ---------------###########------------- ---------------##############---------- -------------##################-------- -----------#####################----- ---------########################-- -------########################## ---########################## ############## ######## ########### T ##### ##### Lower Hemisphere Equiangle Projection ============= Station Information ============== Name Distance Azimuth VR ZCore ------------------------------------------------- CI.BC3 78.481 32.638 54.886 17.00 CI.BLY 149.957 58.925 53.834 26.00 CI.BAR 82.836 239.638 4.368 17.00 CI.WSS 282.531 296.620 40.300 46.00 CI.EDW2 279.052 316.938 58.072 44.00
  • tjordan
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    John I've posted my sat phone number on the contacts page. Have you?
  • huynht
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    Greg emailed to say that he was taking his sat phone for a walk too. Maybe walking and talking isn't the way to go ...
  • mcraney
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    Tom and I had to go out by the flagpoles to get reception. If we stood still, reception was acceptable, but if we tried to walk and talk, that is when the signal started breaking up when I was talking to you
  • tjordan
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    Who has information about the swarm ESE of Ocotillo Wells?
  • tjordan
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    A small earthquake occurred off La Jolla at 7:41 am local. Below is the USGS info. I've attached their map. Magnitude 3.1 - local magnitude (ML) Time Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 7:43:51 AM (PDT) Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 14:43:51 (UTC) Distance from La Jolla, CA - 12 km (7 miles) SSW (208 degrees) San Diego, CA - 16 km (10 miles) W (260 degrees) Coronado, CA - 16 km (10 miles) WNW (302 degrees) Balboa Park, San Diego, CA - 17 km (10 miles) W (280 degrees) Coordinates 32 deg. 45.3 min. N (32.755N), 117 deg. 19.0 min. W (117.316W) Depth 8.1 km (5.0 miles) Location Quality Poor Location Quality Parameters Nst= 39, Nph= 39, Dmin=11 km, Rmss=0.31 sec, Erho=0.9 km, Erzz=1.5 km, Gp=226.8 degrees Event ID# ci10357065
  • huynht
    Satellite Phone Exercise - October 30, 2008 (09:00 PDT)   11 years 47 weeks ago
    I hope you're all enjoying taking your phone out for a walk this morning!