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.
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