NoMelt Data Released

Monday, January 25, 2016

NoMelt is a combination active and passive experiment led by PI James Gaherty. Ocean bottom seismometers were deployed and recovered in the Pacific Ocean ~1500 km southeast of Hawai'i during 2011-2013. Instruments came from Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Data is now publicly available under network code ZA at the IRIS DMC. This data can be accessed using all IRIS DMC request tools. Data includes:

  • 24 WHOI short period stations (200 and 1 sps seismic and hydrophone channels)
  • 3 SIO short period stations (200 sps seismic and hydrophone channels)
  • 22 SIO long period stations (50 sps broadband seismic and DPG channels)

More information about the NoMelt experiment is available here.