Seismological data collectors face a challenge any time they want or need to acquire new data or use data in new ways. The inevitable march of technology also provides new opportunities to get more and better data. Changing from familiar data collection and processing techniques to new ones is a challenge in every case, but no more so than when the organization operates a permanent seismic network whose products must continue through the transition without break and with some degree of uniformity and quality. The Electronic Seismologist (ES) has been known to participate in such transitions in the past. Having...

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