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A Personal Seismograph for Understanding the Earth and Our Environment

“Seismography is an ancient discipline that has evolved through the ages… Fast forward to today, we now have the possibility of owning a personal seismograph enabled by Raspberry Pi.”

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Raspberry Shake makers seek teachers interested in using the project to teach science, technology, engineering and math to their students

“Makers of the Raspberry Shake, an inexpensive hardware-software package used globally to monitor seismic events, are looking to shake up classrooms.”

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NASA scientist tells plans to conduct potentially ground-breaking research using a Raspberry Pi seismometer and a mini rover

“In the summer of 2018, engineers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory built a mini planetary rover with the aim of letting students, hobbyists, and enthusiasts create one for themselves.”

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Monitoring Haiti’s Quakes with Raspberry Shake

“A network of ‘personal seismometers’ is intended to complement Haiti’s national seismic network to engage and inform residents about earthquake hazards and preparation.”

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Seismometer in schools pilot launched in central Sulawesi

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Oklahoma Geological Survey hopes to boost earthquake awareness

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BGSU expert sees Northeast Ohio earthquake readings Monday

“The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Geological Survey says a 4.0 magnitude earthquake is about the size that begins to get people’s attention, but luckily, shouldn’t cause much, if any, damage.”

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VOLCANO WATCH: Students Use Science to Benefit Communities

“During the 2018 eruption of Kīlauea Volcano, when fissures erupted and lava flowed in the Lower East Rift Zone (LERZ), many Puna residents were displaced from their homes.”

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Raspberry Pi helps geologists measure earthquakes and volcanoes

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“On the slopes of a volcano in Panama, is a company making seismographs using Raspberry Pis. Called Raspberry Shakes, their performance is high enough for them to be connected to some international earthquake monitoring networks.”

How to improve rapid public earthquake information? Listen to eyewitnesses!

“I set the area of interest, and then tried to adjust the magnitude threshold. Either the threshold was too high and I did not get information for the earthquakes that I felt, or it was too low and I got tens of notifications a day for earthquakes that nobody noticed. I deleted all earthquakes apps.”

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Be part of an Earth-monitoring network

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Rapid City Museum Adds Interactive Exhibit That Measures Movement In Real-Time

“The museum is installing a hand-sized seismometer box called Raspberry Shake, which will be at the center of a new interactive exhibit allowing guests to jump up and down on the floor and see the seismic waves they create in real-time on a monitor.”

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Baillet Latour Laureate Recounts Her First Field Season in Antarctica

“Dr. Kate Winter of Northumbria University in the UK is the 2018-2020 laureate of the prestigious Baillet Latour Antarctica Fellowship.”

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Recordings From An Eq1 & Raspberry Shake Seismographs

“COMPARING TECHNOLOGY: Recorded in the past hour, shown are two Indonesian earthquakes recorded on an EQ1 and Raspberry Shake seismographs.”

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Engaging Citizen Seismologists Worldwide

“Most of what we know about Earth’s structure, dynamics, hazards, resources and exploration for raw materials comes from seismology.”

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Citizen Science in the Classroom: Raspberry Shake

“In the November/December 2018 issue of Science Scope, Raspberry Shake is the featured citizen science project. The issue’s theme focused on the science concepts of motion and stability.”

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These 5 moments made Michigan Stadium shake the most in 2018

“What do fans inside Michigan Stadium go nuts for more than a perfect fade route toss from Shea Patterson, a vicious sack from Devin Bush or a breakaway run from Karan Higdon?”

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I feel the Earth move under my feet (in Michigan)

“The University of Michigan is home to the largest stadium in the USA (the second-largest in the world!). So what better place to test for spectator-induced seismic activity than The Big House?”

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Antrim man to record sound data on Antrim Wind project

“An Antrim resident is installing a device on his property that will allow him to continuously monitor low-frequency sound waves generated at Antrim Wind Energy’s wind turbine installation when it goes live.”

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Working seismograph on display at Lawton Public Library

“It’s a way to educate the public about earthquakes and seismographs and just to learn a little bit more about how the earth moves and a little bit about geology. It’s informational and educational and entertaining all at the same time.”

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A revolution in seismic detection technology is underway

“Each of these novel ground motion sensor networks provide incredible opportunities for recording rich datasets with which to study the movement of waves through the Earth.”

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Desktop seismology: How a maker-inspired device is changing seismic monitoring

“It turns out that a seismograph smaller than a box of tissues has become a very useful tool for scientists and educators alike.”

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