ABSTRACT

We introduce a new event database for rotational seismology. The rotational seismology website (see Data and Resources) grants access to 17,000+ processed global earthquakes starting from 2007. For each event, it offers waveform and processed plots for the seismometer station at Wettzell and its vertical‐component ring laser (G‐Ring), as well as extensive metrics (e.g., peak amplitudes, signal‐to‐noise ratios). Tutorials and illustrated processing guidelines are available and ready to be applied to other data sets. The database strives to promote the use of joint rotational and translational ground‐motion data demonstrating their potential for characterizing seismic wavefields.

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