It has been known for some time that superconducting gravimeters (SGs) can provide excellent recordings of the seismic normal modes. Studies by Banka and Crossley (1999) and van Camp (1999) established the low noise level of SGs in the seismic normal mode band, especially at periods longer than 100 s. In an extensive study of all the currently operating SGs (about 18), Rosat et al. (2003) showed that the best SGs have lower noise than the New Low Noise Model (Peterson 1993) at periods longer than 1,000 s. Also, several studies have...
Amplitude and Q of 0S0 from the Sumatra Earthquake as Recorded on Superconducting Gravimeters and Seismometers
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Yan Xu, David Crossley, Robert B. Herrmann; Amplitude and Q of 0S0 from the Sumatra Earthquake as Recorded on Superconducting Gravimeters and Seismometers. Seismological Research Letters ; 79 (6): 797–805. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.79.6.797
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