Fall Meeting 2019
ISTI is presenting at the AGU Fall Meeting being held in San Francisco, 9 – 13 December 2019. In addition, ISTI welcomes you to visit our team at our AGU exhibit (booth 835) throughout the week.
View the ISTI poster schedule and abstract links below. Continue reading
For further information, reference the Seismological Research Letters article “Open-Source ANSS Quake Monitoring System Software”.
ANSS stands for the Advanced National Seismic System of the U.S.A., and ANSS Quake Monitoring System (AQMS) is the earthquake management system (EMS) that most of its member regional seismic networks (RSNs) use. AQMS is based on Earthworm, but instead of storing files on disk, it uses a relational database with replication capability to store pick, amplitude, waveform, and event parameters. Continue reading
As noted in the Houston Chronical news article, a new study published this week in Geophysical Research Letters indicates that much of the recent seismicity in the Eagle Ford shale gas play in Texas is induced by hydraulic fracturing. Fasola and her colleagues found a significant correlation between completion activity on wells and earthquakes close by. They further noted a large increase in seismicity that was coincident with the operations that was over 30 times the background seismicity rate for the area in 2018. The state seismic network, TexNet, provides earthquake locations to operators and the public during business day operations, but if operators need rapid and more timely access to data, ISTI provides a Rapid Notification Service from our cloud system that is operating 24×7. Get notified of an earthquake in your area of operation as it unfolds.
If more stations are necessary, ISTI provides rental equipment and crews to deploy stations at a moments notice. We also have professional seismologists to help with regulatory issues related to seismicity. Contact us today to see how we can apply our analytics and experience to your operation’s seismicity issues.
ISTI is the proud official U.S. distributor of GEObit instruments.
The S-20 seismometer is a three-component velocity output near broad band seismic sensor. The design is based on the electronic velocity feedback which is applied to single coil low period geophone. The frequency bandwidth is extended from 50Hz, down to 20sec.
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2019 SeisComP3 Course in New Paltz, NY, September 23 – 27
This September 23 – 27, ISTI will host another one of our training courses, this time on SeisComp3 in New Paltz, NY.
We ask that interested students — and any colleagues who wish to join —
please register now via our contact form (seats are filling).
ISTI Instructor, Stefan Lisowski
The immersive hands-on course will cover:
- Initial installation, including database configuration
- Station inventory, station XML, dataless SEED
- Data acquisition from digitizers, public sources, including Seedlink bindings
- Automatic event location bindings
- Data export to other organizations running SeisComP3, Earthworm
- FDSN Web Services
- Data archiving with Seedlink and slarchive
- Work with the SeisComP3 GUIs, including viewing event catalogs, and post-processing — picking and relocating events
- Event Playback and system tuning
This course will be useful to anyone setting up, managing, tuning, or doing post-processing work on a SeisComP3 system. See full SC3 class details here.
Again, if you plan to join the Fall ISTI SC3 5-day class,
Thank you in advance for your confirmation of attendance.
ISTI is pleased to share the “Radioxenon net count calculations revisited” article from the Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, featuring Matthias Auer of ISTI as second author.
Since 1998, there have been improvements in the capability to detect atmospheric radioxenon in the International Monitoring System operated by the Preparatory Commission of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. The upgrades have resulted in next-generation versions of the radioxenon systems. This paper explores radioxenon data analysis
improvements beyond the original radioxenon beta–gamma analysis equations that were formulated in 2000 . . . read more here.
ISTI presents, participates and sponsors the 2019 Science And Technology Conference in Vienna Austria this week, June 24 to 28, 2019. ISTI’s Sid Hellman, Matthias Auer, and Josh Stachnik are all at the meeting and looking forward to discussing our work with you. Visit ISTI at Booth #3 in the exhibit space and please come and see our poster on Wednesday T3.5 poster 67 on our Radionuclide work:
STACK DATA PROCESSING PIPELINE, M. Auer, S. Hellman, J. Friese, B. Schrom, T. Bowyer, L. Metz, C. Doll