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TA - are these protocols available? I assume they are the ones from the recording instruments to the receiving stations. Is there a write-up somewhere that would explain this to me please?
Umm, after contacting the developer when I received a certain message from IRIS, the fate of GEE is unclear. Because IRIS is moving towards IWS, or IRIS Web Services, and they are terminating some protocols that are implemented in GEE. So the developer told me it was a question of time and (no) money whether GEE would be updated to incorporate the new protocols being used by IWS- so that GEE could continue to function. You may see GEE stop working entirely after April. I know. Sowwy. Bad news.
Originally posted by xmaddness
reply to post by Heliophant
I'm guessing the area is already under great pressure, as it has been shown the land over top does move up and down. I'm thinking digging the top open would be akin to bringing a needle to a balloon. It may just pop!
S+F for keeping watch on this beast. Someone needs to do it.
edit on 16-4-2013 by xmaddness because: (no reason given)
and the fact that I can't seem to get a straight answer out of anyone if tree roots under wind stress could generate enough power to actually propagate .1 to 1 Hz far enough into a seismometer.
Originally posted by TrueAmerican
The surest way to get Yellowstone to stop swarming with quakes- is to post it when YS starts swarming with quakes. It appears she hates to be observed. Happens all the time. Swarm comes up, it gets posted, and *poof*- activity stops.
Originally posted by PuterMan
Tree root rock shows as small sharp normally single line (up and down) spikes on the seismos.