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Geotechnical Characterization of TriNet Sites: A Status Report

Tinsley, John and Hough, Susan E. and Yong, Alan and Kanamori, Hiroo and Yu, Ellen and Appel, Vikki and Wills, Chris (2004) Geotechnical Characterization of TriNet Sites: A Status Report. Seismological Research Letters, 75 (4). pp. 505-514. ISSN 0895-0695. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20140115-160225902

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Abstract

The TriNet project, launched in 1997, created an improved, real-time seismic monitoring network in Southern California. Planning of the network began in 1995 (e.g., Heaton et al., 1996), building on the success of the earlier TERRAscope network, which included 24 digital broadband and strongmotion instruments throughout Southern California (e.g., Kanamori et al., 1993). At the end of the five-year TriNet project the network comprised 150 real-time digital broadband stations and another 400 strong-motion sensors, 50 of which were also real-time. This network is now recording digital broadband data for Southern California earthquakes at an unprecedented rate, data that are already proving valuable for investigations of earthquake sources and regional wave propagation, as well as earthquake response.


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Hough, Susan E.0000-0002-5980-2986
Kanamori, Hiroo0000-0001-8219-9428
Additional Information:© 2004 Seismological Society of America. We thank David Boore, Norm Abrahamson, and Jack Boatwright for helpful comments and reviews of this manuscript. We are further indebted to Chris Cramer and Paul Bodin for careful and constructive reviews. This research was supported by the Southern California Earthquake Center. SCEC is funded by NSF Cooperative Agreement EAR-8920136 and USGS Cooperative Agreements 14-08-0001-A0899 and 02HQAG0008. The SCEC contribution number for this paper is 774.
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NSF Cooperative AgreementEAR-8920136
USGS Cooperative Agreement14-08-0001-A0899
USGS Cooperative Agreement02HQAG0008
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Southern California Earthquake Center774
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