Real-time data for station EAS: Seismogram shows a single vertical-component seismogram, and spectrogram,
showing the relative distribution of energy between 0 and 10 Hz (bottom to top). Data will nominally be shown
for about the last 2 hours, and should auto-update every 1 minute. Timing is in Universal coordinated time (UTC), and is either 4
or 5 hours later than Georgia, depending on daylight saving time. Small clock errors may remain in this station.
These images are normally filtered to retain signal between 0.5 and 2 Hz (band-pass filtered between 2 and 0.5 seconds).
This removes some long-period noise, and some building noise. Waveforms are more sensitive to large distant earthquakes.
Note: spectrogram is unfiltered.
Geophysics @ GT |
Web Author: A. Newman | Updated:
Wed Apr 21 16:12:48 EDT 2010
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