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Join our global community and help us improve our knowledge of how the Earth moves.

The Raspberry Shake Network is a global community of citizen scientists, geophysical institutes and private enterprises sharing data from Earth monitoring devices like seismographs. This simultaneously fuels their passions and pushes science forward.

Join our global community and contribute to the future of seismology. The more people who join the Raspberry Shake Community, the more data there will be to better understand the powerful natural processes happening all around us everyday. While everyone benefits from better data, Raspberry Shakers enjoy:

  • Precision: Detect earthquakes and other events under your feet
  • Visualization: See comprehensive dashboards and graphs of your Shake’s data
  • Sharing: Share your data and help us improve seismic understanding for everyone
  • Archiving: Archive your historical data so you can always look back
  • Discover: Locate hyperlocal seismic events yourself like no government institute can

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EQ VIEW

Get details of the latest earthquake events & real time activity directly on your phone or computer!

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STATION VIEW

See your Shake in action in the largest citizen powered Earth monitoring community in the world.

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LATEST NEWS

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MOVERS & SHAKERS

This section is dedicated to thank all of our backers from our multiple Kickstarter campaigns, who have supported us… often more than once. We really are incredibly grateful.

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Thousands of #meteors & #bolides enter Earths atmosphere each year. Beautiful to watch but they pose a potential threat which scientists wish to study more. #RaspberryShake #seismic & #infrasound network could be a good place to start! https://t.co/FPjezDm6tD #RT @SeismoSocietyAm

#RT A NEW #RaspberryShake RS3D #seismograph monitor is online in- #France!: AM.R30FE

Detect #earthquakes #volcanoes and more from home. Become a #CitizenScience "Shaker" today: https://t.co/EJKlmcHPV4

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Raspberry Shake

What a fantastic project!

United Downs Geothermal
UDDGP project geologist Lucy Cotton and Professor Iain Stewart from University of Plymouth delivered 3 seismic 'hubs' in 1 day to around 650 local students. The aim of the hub was to inspire GCSE students and to set up a local network of Raspberry Shakes to monitor seismic activity in Cornwall. This network allows the students to be involved in a real-time, local project and shows how important it is to monitor the seimic data for any sub-surface project. Thanks to students from Richard Lander School, Penair School, Truro High School For Girls, Truro School Community, Redruth School, Nexus, and Pool Academy for taking part.
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