Relative to current events in LA with the sinkhole, people seem to be having trouble accessing live seismic data in GEE from the new Texas Brine
temporary network. The problem comes because they are HHZ (High gain broadband) instruments, and these types are not readily picked up by the older
GEE implementation. It will still display them though and here is how:
1) Open GEE, and click Real Time Viewer, let stations fully load and turn blue.
2) Zoom in around the sinkhole area in southern Louisiana
3) Edit menu...Station Chooser....then Add Network... Let the networks list load.
4) Once loaded, scroll down and select the YC13 network- you'll see it says Texas Brine. Watch for those stations to appear in grey on the map.
5) Select one of the triangle stations by clicking on it once, and confirm this by looking in the lower right on the status bar that you are indeed
selecting one of those stations (like LA.12, LA.13, etc.)
6) Now go back to the Station Chooser window, and select "All Channels" on the left side, and over on the right side, now select "HHZ".
7) Back in the Add Network window, now select briefly any other network, and then RESELECT the YC13 network. The stations will now appear in blue on
the map, FINALLY.
8) Now select any of the YC13 triangle stations you want on the map, then click "Load Real Time Data".
9) Observe! Remember, seismic events will register most of the time on all of those channels at once. If it doesn't, then it probably wasn't a seismic
edit on Fri Mar 15th 2013 by TrueAmerican because: (no reason given)