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Journal Article
Published: 08 July 2020
Seismological Research Letters (2020) 91 (5): 2976–2986.
... at depth in the crust and lithospheric mantle reflect these processes, and how they relate to the geological architecture at the surface. The Seismic Experiment for Imaging Structure beneath Connecticut (SEISConn) was a deployment of 15 broadband seismometers in a dense linear array across northern...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 21 June 2022
Geology (2022) 50 (9): 1078–1082.
...Gillian B. Goldhagen; Heather A. Ford; Maureen D. Long Abstract In this study, we use data from the SEISConn seismic experiment to calculate Sp receiver functions in order to characterize the geometry of upper-mantle structure beneath southern New England (northeastern United States). We image...
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Journal Article
Published: 11 January 2017
Seismological Research Letters (2017) 88 (2A): 421–429.
... a hole at the Yale‐Myers Forest in Eastford, Connecticut. (c) A session 3 teacher breaks ground on the first SEISConn station in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. (d) Session 3 participants construct the solar panel mount and attach the solar panels at a station in Chepachet, Rhode Island.The color version...
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(a) Vertical‐component record section showing recordings at <span class="search-highlight">SEISConn</span> statio...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 6. (a) Vertical‐component record section showing recordings at SEISConn stations of the magnitude 8.2 earthquake near Chiapas, Mexico in September 2017. Records have been band‐pass filtered to retain energy at periods between 1 and 100 s. Body‐ and surface‐wave phases are visible. (b
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Map of the Seismic Experiment for Imaging Structure beneath Connecticut (SE...
Published: 11 January 2017
Figure 2. Map of the Seismic Experiment for Imaging Structure beneath Connecticut (SEISConn) stations and locations of schools at which Field Experiences for Science Teachers (FEST) participants were based. Circles indicate SEISConn stations that were installed prior to the end of summer 2016
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Map of <span class="search-highlight">SEISConn</span> station locations (red triangles). Background grayscale sho...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 2. Map of SEISConn station locations (red triangles). Background grayscale shows topography (m), as shown by scale bar at right. Thin black lines indicate state boundaries. Major tectonic boundaries are indicated with thick lines. These include the boundaries of the Hartford rift basin
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Field photos from the <span class="search-highlight">SEISConn</span> seismic deployment. (a) Photo of a completed...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 3. Field photos from the SEISConn seismic deployment. (a) Photo of a completed station (CS11 in Willington, Connecticut, installed in August 2017), showing the wooden electronics enclosure, the solar panel mount, and the buried vault (covered with dirt and tarp for thermal insulation). (b
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Matrix of data availability for the <span class="search-highlight">SEISConn</span> seismic deployment. Individual...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 4. Matrix of data availability for the SEISConn seismic deployment. Individual stations are shown on the y axis, while the x axis indicates time. Periods of continuous data availability are shown with green lines, while gaps of greater than 10,000 s are shown with red lines
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Annotated photo of a completed <span class="search-highlight">SEISConn</span> station. The Trillium 120PA seismom...
Published: 11 January 2017
Figure 3. Annotated photo of a completed SEISConn station. The Trillium 120PA seismometer is placed at the bottom of the vault, which is covered by dirt and a tarp for thermal insulation. The electronics are housed in a wooden enclosure; cables from the sensor and solar panels are threaded
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Initial results on crustal structure beneath northern Connecticut from the ...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 8. Initial results on crustal structure beneath northern Connecticut from the SEISConn project, after H. Gao et al. (unpublished manuscript, 2020; see Data and Resources ). (a) Shear‐wave velocity profile along the SEISConn array, derived from full‐waveform ambient‐noise tomography
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Map of 822 teleseismic events (orange stars) of magnitude 5.8 and greater a...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 7. Map of 822 teleseismic events (orange stars) of magnitude 5.8 and greater at epicentral distances beyond 40° (black circle) during the time of the deployment (August 2015–August 2019). The center of the SEISConn array is marked with a red triangle. The color version of this figure
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Generalized lithotectonic map of the Appalachian orogen, modified from  Mur...
Published: 08 July 2020
Figure 1. Generalized lithotectonic map of the Appalachian orogen, modified from Murphy et al. (2010) , after Hibbard et al. (2006) . Box outlines the region targeted by the Seismic Experiment for Imaging Structure beneath Connecticut (SEISConn) array, which affords the opportunity to probe
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Field photos from the first three sessions of FEST. (a) Session 1 participa...
Published: 11 January 2017
Figure 4. Field photos from the first three sessions of FEST. (a) Session 1 participants test equipment on orientation day, prior to its deployment. (b) Session 2 participants dig a hole at the Yale‐Myers Forest in Eastford, Connecticut. (c) A session 3 teacher breaks ground on the first SEISConn
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Tectonic setting of southern New England (northeastern USA), after  Hibbard...
Published: 21 June 2022
the Moretown terrane, which accreted onto Laurentia during the Taconic orogeny, as part of Ganderia. White triangles correspond to Seismic Experiment for Imaging Structure beneath Connecticut (SEISConn) stations (network XP); black correspond to all other seismic stations (networks LD, N4, NE, TA, U.S., XA, XO
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Examples of probability density functions of power spectral density plots (...
Published: 08 July 2020
noise levels at SEISConn seismic stations. Color scale indicates the density. (a–c) Noise profiles for a representative station (CS10, located in Tolland, Connecticut) for channels (a) BHE, (b) BHN, and (c) BHZ. (d–f) Noise profiles for vertical (BHZ) components for three additional stations
Journal Article
Journal: Lithosphere
Publisher: GSW
Published: 29 July 2020
Lithosphere (2020) 2020 (1): 8876280.
.... Goldhagen G. Ford H. Kuiper Y. D. Modification of lithospheric structure beneath Connecticut via subduction, terrane accretion, and rifting: insights from the SEISConn experiment 51 Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 2019 1 Portland, Maine 10.1130/abs/2019NE-327980...
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