Over the past two decades, there have been several initiatives to create volunteer‐based seismic networks. The Personal Seismic Network, proposed around 1990, used a short‐period seismograph to record earthquake waveforms using existing phone lines (Cranswick and Banfill, 1990; Cranswick et al., 1993). NetQuakes (Luetgert et al., 2010) deploys triaxial Micro‐Electromechanical Systems (MEMS) sensors in private homes, businesses, and public buildings where there is an Internet connection. Other seismic networks using a dense array of low‐cost MEMS sensors are the Community Seismic Network (Clayton et al., 2012; Kohler et al.,...
On the Reliability of Quake‐Catcher Network Earthquake Detections
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Battalgazi Yildirim, Elizabeth S. Cochran, Angela Chung, Carl M. Christensen, Jesse F. Lawrence; On the Reliability of Quake‐Catcher Network Earthquake Detections. Seismological Research Letters ; 86 (3): 856–869. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220140218
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