Technical report on Taranaki seismograph deployment and initial data processing and archiving

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Sherburn, S.; Allen, C.J. 2002 Technical report on Taranaki seismograph deployment and initial data processing and archiving . Lower Hutt: Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences. Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences science report 2002/31 72 p.

Abstract: A large, passive, broadband seismograph deployment was jointly undertaken in Taranaki, New Zealand by the Institute of Geological & Nuclear Sciences and the University of Cambridge between December 2001 and September 2002. Guralp Systems CMG-6TD sensors were used for most of the deployment. Instruments were supplied by SEIS-UK. The start of the deployment was delayed by the late arrival of the equipment due to manufacturing delays. The network had a maximum of 75 sites, though significant instrument problems meant that only a portion of these operated at any one time. The overall data recovery was 77%. (auth)