RASPBERRY SHAKE NEWS
For peer-reviewed scientific research papers published using data from the Raspberry Shake Network, please use DOI: 10.7914/SN/AM
Engaging Citizen Seismologists Worldwide
“Most of what we know about Earth’s structure, dynamics, hazards, resources and exploration for raw materials comes from seismology.”
Is the RaspberryShake 3D seismometer a valuable sensor for monitoring unstable rock compartments?
Raspberry Shake Sensor Field Tests for Unstable Rock Monitoring
In this work, we evaluate the performance of the Raspberry Shake 3D (RS-3D) seismometer in estimating the resonance frequencies of unstable rock blocks. In this perspective, we compared this low-cost sensor with the Nanometrics Trillium Compact 20s to assess whether RS-3D is suitable for the development of reliable rock monitoring systems.
Landslide Detection at the Mount Meager Volcanic Complex
“We will be implementing the first rendition of a seismic monitoring system at the MMVC, using an industry-standard geophone and infrasound system, coupled with a weather station and a camera.”
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