Raspberry Shake Publications & Case Studies

Building an Operational Low-Cost Seismic Network in Ukraine

Performance of Raspberry Shake vs. Kentucky Seismic and Strong-Motion Network Instruments

Seismo-Acoustic Studies Along the US “Northeast Corridor” With Raspberry Shakes & Booms: Utilizing Low-Cost Sensors for Citizen Seismology and Basic Research

Listening to Manchester: using Raspberry Shake seismometers in urban environments to monitor traffic

That’s the Way the Raspberry Shakes:
2022 Update on the Intriguiging Variety of Things We Record With Shakes and Booms

Development of the National Seismological Network (OGU, Uruguay)

The intriguing variety of things we record with our raspberry shakes: citizen scientists, educators, and research scientists collaborating to monitor our active planet

Comparing inexpensive Raspberry Shakes to broadband seismometers in estimating deep earth structure through the use of receiver functions

When installing Raspberry Shakes forges a bond between seismologists and citizens. Lessons learned from a citizen seismology experiment in Haiti

The Intriguing Variety of Things we record with our Raspberry Shakes

Decrease in Seismic Noise after COVID19 Lockdown outside Washington DC

Monitoring African Bush Elephants with the Raspberry Shake and Boom

The Implementation of Debris Flow Seismic Detector with Raspberry Shake

Monitoreo sísmico de Lahares en el Volcán de Colima con instrumentación de bajo costo (RaspberryShake)

Raspberry Shake, EQ1 and Research-Grade Seismographs: Pros and Cons of Different Types of Seismographs for Education, Citizen Science, and Earthquake Monitoring in New England and Texas

Cultivating Citizen Scientists with Seismic Monitoring in Texas and New England Using an Affordable Seismograph

A complete characterization of 27 Raspberry Shakes performed at EOT Seismic Instrumentation Facility

The Seismology-at-School in Nepal Project:  A Low-Cost Seismic and Educational Network

SeismoCitizen : A project combining seismology and human science approaches based on a deployment of a dense low cost seismic network hosted by citizens.

Seismic Observations in the Washington, D.C. Area With a Raspberry Shake Network

Seismology-at-School in Nepal: a first regional educational and seismic network

Collaborative Educational Seismology Projects in Texas and New England

Evaluation of the Raspberry Shakes low-cost seismometers to monitor rock fall activity in alpine environments