>RS helps Oklahomans get involved in monitoring earthquakes

RS helps Oklahomans get involved in monitoring earthquakes

Raspberry Shake is really shaking things up in Oklahoma!

Last year the Oklahoma Geological Survey (OGS, @OKgeology) acquired 100 Raspberry Shake 1D’s. OGS has since organized an educational program and is distributing their Shakes to schools and libraries across Oklahoma. See below for recent articles describing how OGS is bringing community-driven seismology to Oklahoma through the Bridging Local Outreach and Seismic Signal Monitoring (BLOSSM) program.

Oklahoma Geological Survey hopes to boost earthquake awareness and science through community outreach

youTube video

Click below to learn more about the Raspberry Shake on permanent display at the Lawton Public Library, the first public library to participate in BLOSSM:

Working seismograph on display at Lawton Public Library

Lawton Public Library press release

See also: FB post

Oklahoma is home to one of the most seismically active regions in the USA. Raspberry Shake will help residents there see that it shakes all of the time and not just when there are felt events.

Oklahoma is home to one of the most seismically active regions in the USA. Raspberry Shake will help residents there see that it shakes all of the time and not just when there are felt events.

2018-10-15T09:53:34+00:00January 14th, 2018|Categories: Community, RS Projects|Tags: , , |