72 Works

Dense nodal seismic array temporary experiment on the banks of the Sévraisse River in Alpes (RESIF-SISMOB)

Florent Gimbert &
This experiment consists in continuous seismic records acquired during an entire summer season (early June-early October) at 40 stations along the banks of the Sévraisse River (French Alps). The seismic array consists in sub arrays of 5 sensors designed to enable sub-wavelength analysis while covering a representative part of the river braided reach. Our ultimate goal is to locate river seismic sources generated by sediment transport and/or fluid flow as well as to evaluate their...

ArLiTA : Architecture de la Lithosphère de Terre Adélie, Antarctique, code 1A, funded and instrumented by IPEV, CNRS-INSU, RESIF-SISMOB, Laboratoire Magmas et Volcans (UMR 6524), Université de Saint Etienne, Université de La Réunion, IPGP

J. Bascou & G. Barruol
ArLiTA aims at characterizing the structures and the deformation patterns of the Terre Adélie and George V Land (East Antarctica: 135 to 145° E). The ArLiTA project includes multidisciplinary approaches and combines various analyses and interpretation methods, in order to relate field observations to geodynamic models. Those includes studies from the crystal scale to regional structures mapped by seismological data analysis and includes measurement of the anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) to map the deformation...

MOBAL Mongolia-Baikal transect (RESIF-SISMOB)

Anne Deschamps, Jacques Deverchère, Valentina Mordvinova, T. Dugarma &
The 2003 MOBAL Experiment aimed at imaging the crustal and upper mantle structure from the Siberian platform in the north to the Gobi-Altay range in the south, in order to provide geodynamic constraints to deep lithosphere and asthenosphere velocities and deformations, and their relations to the Siberian craton, the Baikal rift, the Hangay dome and the large scale strike-slip faults of Sayan, Bolnay and Bogd. Several observations suggest a hot upper mantle beneath central Mongolia...

Seismic network YP:French part of the Argostoli (Greece) aftershock experiment (RESIF-SISMOB)

C Cornou, P.-Y. Bard &
Within the framework of the JRA1 work packages (Waveform modelling and site coefficients for basin response and topography) of the FP7 EU-NERA 2010-2014 project (Network of European Research Infrastructures for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Mitigation), a dense seismological temporary network was deployed in the Argostoli sedimentary basin (Cephalonia island, Greece) in order to investigate basin effects and spatial variation of ground motion. Tooking place during the period September 15th, 2011 to April 20th, 2012, the...

Monitoring of seismic activity and noise around the Vuache Fault, France (RESIF-SISMOB)

Jean-Luc Got
Preliminary studies of Epagny earthquake (M4.3, 1996) shows that local seismic activity is correlated to hydraulic pressure loading of the Vuache fault. The aim of the campaign is to compute seismic velocity variation along asismic segment located few kilometers away from Epagny earthquake epicenter to ensure a better understanding of the spatial variation of seismic activity along the fault.

POSA experiment

Anne Deschamps & Eric Beucler
The POSA project, centred on the Mediterranean region, adress the question of on shore risk management upstream to the operations of counter mining in marine domain. We have thus lean on campaigns of measurements during operations of counter mining of explosive devices of the Second World War of diverse powers and in diverse environments. Two broad band stations were installed for the project duration around bay of Toulon (France) were most of the explosions are...

CL - Corinth Rift Laboratory Seismological Network (CRLNET)

The Corinth Rift Laboratory Seismological Network - CL includes 46 stations combining seismic broad band and short period sensors, accelerometers, GNSS, strainmeters, and tiltmeters. The network has been installed since 2000 in the western part of the rift around the city of Aigion, and covers a 40 km × 40 km area. It is operated jointly with French, Greek and Czech academic research institutes. Most of the data are collected in near real-time to the...

RHUM-RUM experiment, 2011-2015, code YV (Réunion Hotspot and Upper Mantle – Réunion's Unterer Mantel) funded by ANR, DFG, CNRS-INSU, IPEV, TAAF, instrumented by DEPAS, INSU-OBS, AWI and the Universities of Muenster, Bonn, La Réunion

G. Barruol, K. Sigloch, &
RHUM-RUM (Réunion Hotspot and Upper Mantle - Réunions Unterer Mantel) is a French-German passive seismic experiment designed to image an oceanic mantle plume – or lack of plume – from crust to core beneath La Réunion Island, and to understand these results in terms of material, heat flow and plume dynamics. La Réunion hotspot is one of the most active volcanoes in the world, and its hotspot track leads to the Deccan Traps of India,...

Svalbard - Vallunden (Icewaveguide) (RESIF - SISMOB_Nodes)

Ludovic Moreau & RESIF
An array of 247 geophones was deployed on sea ice, in Van Mijen fjord near Sveagruva (N 77.8828 North - E16.7736), in Svalbard. The array was left to record continuously the ambiant seismic field between February 28th and March 26th 2019. The array is composed of 99 3C stations and 148 1C stations with sampling frequencies of 1000 Hz and 500 Hz, respectively. A subset of 1 day of recording (March 5th) is available for...

Seismic network XJ: French part of L AQUILA (Italy) aftershock experiment (RESIF-SISMOB)

Christophe Voisin, Armand Mariscal, Alohé Hok-Schlagenhauf, Gwenaëlle Salaün, Paola Traversa &
Set of continuous seismic records covering the early post-seismic phase of the 2009 L'Aquila (Italy) earthquake. The network is composed of Taurus (Nanometrics) seismic stations associated to CMG40 (Guralp) velocimeters. The network was deployed from April 8 to June 30, 2009 approximately.

Seismic network 4C:French and Greek part of the NERA-JRA1 experiment (RESIF-SISMOB, ITSAK, GFZ, INGV)

C Cornou, P.-Y. Bard &
Within the framework of the JRA1 work packages (Waveform modelling and site coefficients for basin response and topography) of the FP7 EU-NERA 2010-2014 project (Network of European Research Infrastructures for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Mitigation), a dense seismological temporary network was deployed in the Argostoli sedimentary basin (Cephalonia island, Greece) in order to investigate basin effects and spatial variation of ground motion. Tooking place during the period September 15th, 2011 to April 20th, 2012, the...

Seismic network YB:CENTRAL ZAGROS lithospheric transect (RESIF-SISMOB)

Anne Paul, Denis Hatzfeld, Mohammad Mokhtari &
Temporary seismic network across Central Zagros (Iran). Goal: seismic imaging of the lithospheric structure from earthquake data. 66 stations on a 620-km long profile between Busher on the coast of the Persian Gulf, and Post-e-Badam, northeast of the city of Yazd. Sensors: Güralp CMG40-T and CMG3-ESP, Streckheisen STS-2, Lennartz Le-3D-5s. Digitizers: Agecodagis Minititan.

Seismic network XY:SIMBAAD temporary experiment - Backbone of broadband stations

Anne Paul, Hayrullah Karabulut &
Temporary seismic array of broadband stations in Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria complementing the permanent arrays of Greece and Turkey to an average interstation spacing of 80-100 km. Goal: imaging of the crust and upper mantle using earthquake and noise records. Sensors: Streckheisen STS2 and Güralp CMG3ESP (90s). Digitizers: Agecodagis Minititan

UNDERVOLC experiment, 2009-2011, code YA (Understanding volcanic processes)

F. Brenguier
UnderVolc is a broadband seismic experiment that recorded 5 eruptions of Piton de la Fournaise Volcano, La Réunion island from 2009 to 2011.

Seismic network Y4: Alps temporary broad band experiment (RESIF-SISMOB)

Helle Pedersen
The Alps04 experiment is aimed at studying surface wave propagation in the Alps. 12 broadband stations were installed for a duration of approximately three years, between the Massif Central and the Italian Boarder.

RESIF-RAP French Accelerometric Network

Launched in 1995, a scientific consortium was created in 2000 to form a network of all the scientific and operational entities involved in understanding and monitoring seismic hazard and vulnerability in France. The French Accelerometric Network consortium (RAP) includes 10 French partners under the supervision of three administrative agencies. The main role of the GIS-RAP and its scientific board is to decide upon and plan an instrumentation policy consistent with the scientific aims at the...

Seismic sequence monitoring on land and at sea in Mayotte : SISMAYOTTE (RESIF-SISMOB)

Nathalie Feuillet, Jérôme Van der Woerd &
Following the onset of the seismo-volcanic sequence of Mayotte in May 2018, the network of seismic stations has been improved. In order to better locate the events and monitor in real-time the sequence located 20 to 50 km eastward offshore Mayotte, several stations have been installed in Mayotte and Glorieuses islands. These stations complement regularly surveyed ocean bottom seismometers deployed on the ocean bottom above the area of seismicity.

Seismic network 1D:Temporary installation of 13 sensors (3C fairfield nodes) on Argentière Glacier and near Col des Grands Motets in the Mont Blanc massif (RESIF-SISMOB)

Agnès Helmstetter &
We have installed 13 seismometers on glaciers in the Mont-Blanc massif. One antenna of 5 sensors was located at the Col des Grands Montets, with a distance of about 100 m between sensors. Two others antennas of 4 sensors were installed on Argentière glacier at an elevation of 2550 m and 2700 m. These sensors were in acquisition for a little more than one month, between 2019/12/5 and 2020/1/8. The goal of this experiment was...

HiK-NET temporary experiment (RESIF-SISMOB)

L. Bollinger, H. Lyon-Caen &
HiK-NET for Himalaya Karnali Network is a temporary seismic experiment in Far Western Nepal. Goal: Monitoring the mid-crustal seismicity along the downdip end of locked fault segments of the Main Himalayan Thrust, along a 100 km stretch of the fault. Backbone: 15 seismic stations deployed for ~2 years (2014-2016) in Karnali river region (Far Western Nepal). Sensors: 8 CMG40 and 7 Le3D5s. Digitizers: Nanometrics Taurus.

Dense nodal seismic array temporary experiment on Alpine Glacier of Argentière (RESIF-SISMOB)

Philippe Roux, Florent Gimbert &
Seismology can yield key observational insights on glacier dynamical processes and structure characteristics. Spatializing the information gained from seismic signals however requires the deployment of dense seismic arrays, which has recently become routine in a wide range of geophysical contexts but has remained limited in glaciated environments. Here we present a dense seismic array experiment made of 98, 3-component and 35-days-long continuous records acquired in early spring on the Argentière Glacier, French Alps. The seismic...

Seismic network ZH:NORTH ZAGROS lithospheric transect (RESIF-SISMOB)

Anne Paul, Denis Hatzfeld, Mohammad Tatar, Mohammad Mokhtari &
Temporary seismic network across Northern Zagros (Iran). Goal: seismic imaging of the lithosphere from earthquake data. 42 stations on a 470-km long profile. Sensors: Güralp CMG40-T and CMG3-ESP, Streckheisen STS-2, Lennartz Le-3D-5s. Digitizers: Agecodagis Minititan.

SLIDEQUAKES temporary experiment, Italy (RESIF-SISMOB)

Anne Mangeney & Virginie Durand
Two small antenna installed: 1) on an landslide in the Dolomites (N-Italy), in order to investigate its structure and monitor its motion; 2) on Piton de la Fournaise volcano to investigate the relations between the earthquakes and the small landslides in the caldera.

CHAUVET temporary experiment for study on seismic hazards applied to the Chauvet Cave, France (RESIF-SISMOB)

Laurence Audin
The Chauvet Cave (Ardèche), discovered in 1994, is characterised by its cave art, which is among the oldest images of mankind, by its numerous palaeontological remains and by its remarkable state of preservation. It has been condemned to the public since its discovery for preservation. However, this stable state of preservation is linked to the climatological regulation of the scree that closes the entrance to the prehistoric porch. It seems to be settling down and...

Maurienne Seismic Swarm 2017-2018

P. Guéguen, O. Coutant, M. Langlais &
Since July 2017, an active seismic swarm located in the Maurienne Valley (French Alps) has been monitored by the Observatory systems (SISMalp) of the Institute of Earh Science ISTerre, part of the RESIF national infrastructure. More than 5000 earthquakes (0.9 < M < 3.7) were recorded between July 2017 and February 2018, localised in a 10km square region. Since August 2017, SISMalp has deployed five additional and temporary seismological (BB) stations, around the epicentral region...

Seismic network X7:PYROPE PYRenean Observational Portable Experiment (RESIF-SISMOB)

Sébastien Chevrot, Matthieu Sylvander &
Temporary seismic experiments in the Pyrenees and neighbouring areas. Goal: seismic imaging of the lithospheric structure. Backbone: ~45 broadband stations in a 2-D array with ~60 km spacing deployed for ~2.5 years in the Northern side (French side) of the Pyrenees and along the coast of the Bay of Biscay. Sensors: mostly STS-2 and a few CMG3-ESP. Digitizers: mostly Nanometrics Taurus and a few Agecodagis Kephren. The dataset also includes three profiles across the Pyrenees...

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