Station corrections for the South African National Seismological Network
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Station corrections for the South African National Seismological Network by L. M. ( Fernandez

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Published by Republic of South Africa, Dept. of Mineral and Energy Affairs in Pretoria .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • South Africa.

Subjects:

  • Seismology -- South Africa.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (leaf 6).

Other titlesSouth African National Seismological Network.
Statementby L M Fernandez and G Graham.
SeriesReport / Geological Survey =, Verslag / Geologiese Opname ;, no. 366, Report (Geological Survey (South Africa)) ;, no. 366.
ContributionsGraham, G.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE536.2.S6 F48 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1808577M
ISBN 100797015450
LC Control Number89217050
OCLC/WorldCa20997609

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The South African National Network (SANSN) is operated by the Council for Geoscience and consists of 21 seismological stations located throughout South Africa (See Figure 3). A. south african national digital seismological system 39 fig. 5. Seismogram at BPI as obtained from Fig. 4. At the right margin the simulated amplitude of a similar analog record with a gain of 50 K at 1 Hz is also indicated in by: 2. The South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN) is a regional network principally developed to monitor the seismicity of South Africa. The area is approximately bounded by 22°S 11°E and 36°S 36°E (Figure 1). The SANSN was developed from onward (Fernandez et al., ; Wright. South African National Seismological Database We used earthquake records from the South African National Seismological Database (SANSD) to map seismicity. The SANSD is a compilation of seismological data from the South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN), operated by the Council for Geoscience (CGS).

South African National Seismological Database We used earthquake records from the South African National Seismological Database (SANSD) to map seismicity. The SANSD is a compilation of seismological data from the South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN), operated by the Council for Geoscience (CGS). Historical data origi-. South Africa. *Author for correspondence. E-mail: @ This paper summarizes the most important developments in South African research in earthquake, exploration and mine seismology for the period January to December The South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN) has been considerably. This paper summarises the most important developments in South African research in earthquake, exploration and mine seismology for the period January to December The South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN) has been considerably improved, and the upgraded seismological stations now use theFile Size: KB. Seismic Hazard in South Africa M. Brandt Council for Geoscience Report number: Figure 9: Map of Earthquakes - contained in the South African National Seismological The seismic recording stations are represented by triangles (from Singh et al., ) Figure Map of seismicity of the Augrabies area for the.

BOTSWANA SEISMOLOGICAL NETWORK (BSN) STATIONS 0 45 90 Kilometers Scale 1: 1,, NB: Users are requested to assist in improving the quality of this map by submitting any noted corrections, suggestions, omissions, additions or subtractions to: The CEO, Botswana Geoscience Institute, Private Lobatse, Botswana BSN STATIONS. obtained from seismological stations comprising the South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN), operated by the Council for Geoscience (CGS), the Academic Seismograph Network, the Seismograph Network of the Komati Basin Water Authority, stations of the Meteorological Services. occurring in the South African gold- platinum mines and those resulting from tectonic activity are restricted to depths of 2 kilometers and 5 kilometers, respectively. No station corrections are used for either travel time or magnitude calculations. Raw data for local and regional events that could not be located due to too few or uncertain phase. The South African National Seismograph Network (SANSN) has been considerably improved in this time, and the upgraded seismological stations now use .