The AD Seismic Network

 
Cite as:
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Germany (2018): ACROSS Strong Motion Network in Central Asia. GFZ Data Services. Other/Seismic Network. doi:10.14470/NQ293785.
Network code:
AD
Type:
Permanent
Data time range:
2005–
Terms of use:
Unknown; please acknowledge PIs
Institution(s):
GFZ, CAIAG
Creator(s):
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Germany
Description*:
ACROSS Central Asia Strong Motion Network
Abstract:
Earthquake Early Warning and Rapid Response Systems (EEWRRS) should be a viable complement to other disaster risk reduction strategies, particularly in economically developing countries. The „Early Warning and Impact Forecasting“ group (GFZ, section 2.6) is actively involved in the development of novel strategies to develop scientific and technological solutions that may be efficiently applied in countries with limited resources. The proposed solution includes a risk estimation module that extracts from a portfolio of precomputed impact scenarios those matching the characterization of the event detected by an optimized real-time monitoring network. The real-time network integrates both local, on-site components based on low-cost, smart sensor platforms, as well as regional, sparse strong-motion stations. This hybrid solution allows for the optimization of the lead-time and is tailored to the seismotectonic features of the considered region. A prototype EEWRR System is being developed for the Kyrgyz Republic, with the support of the partner CAIAG and in collaboration with the Ministry of Emergency Solutions of the Government of the Kyrygz Republic (MES). Data are available under network code AD at the GEOFON data centre.

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Seismic metadata:
fdsnws-station
Funder:
BMBF
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Creator(s):

Title:
ACROSS Strong Motion Network in Central Asia
Publisher:
GFZ Data Services
Resource Type:
Other/Seismic Network
Network DOI:
doi:10.14470/NQ293785
Related Reference(s):
  1. Parolai, S.; Boxberger, T.; Pilz, M.; Fleming, K.; Haas, M.; Pittore, M.; Petrovic, B.; Moldobekov, B.; Zubovich, A.; Lauterjung, J. (2017). Assessing Earthquake Early Warning Using Sparse Networks in Developing Countries: Case Study of the Kyrgyz Republic. Frontiers in Earth Science, 5, 74. doi:10.3389/feart.2017.00074
  2. Parolai, S.; Boxberger, T.; Pilz, M.; Bindi, D.; Pittore, M.; Wieland, M.; Fleming, K.; Haas, M.; Oth, A.; Milkereit, C.; Dahm, T.; Lauterjung, J.. (2016). Auf dem Weg zur Schadensabschätzung in Echtzeit: Dezentralisierte regionale und Vor-Ort-Frühwarnung in ACROSS. System Erde, 6, 1, pp. 32-37. doi:10.2312/GFZ.syserde.06.01.5
  3. Stankiewicz, J.; Bindi, D.; Oth, A.; Parolai, S. (2015). Toward a cross-border early-warning system for Central Asia. Annals of Geophysics, 58(1): S0111. doi:10.4401/ag-6667
  4. Stankiewicz, J.; Bindi, D.; Oth, A.; Pittore, M.; Parolai, S. (2015). The Use of Spectral Content to Improve Earthquake Early Warning Systems in Central Asia: Case Study of Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 105(5), 2764-2773. doi:10.1785/0120150036
  5. Pittore, M.; Bindi, D.; Stankiewicz, J.; Oth, A.; Wieland, M.; Boxberger, T.; Parolai, S. (2014). Toward a Loss-Driven Earthquake Early Warning and Rapid Response System for Kyrgyzstan (Central Asia). Seismological Research Letters, 85, pp. 1328-1340. doi:10.1785/0220140106
[+] To provide additional references, PIs should contact GEOFON staff.
Subject(s)a:
Monitoring system ; Seismological stations ; broad band ; displacement ; earthquakes ; geophysics ; seismic hazard ; seismic noise ; seismology ; velocity
GCMD keyword(s):

Station List for Network Code AD

Code
Station description
Begin
End
Loc
Channels Flags
AKSU
AKSU
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
ANAN
ANAN
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
CAIAG
Bishkek Vertical Array CAIAG
2005-01-01
--
BT
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai?
2005-01-01
--
M1
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai
2005-01-01
--
M2
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai
2005-01-01
--
M3
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai
2005-01-01
--
M4
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai
2005-01-01
--
SF
SN2 SN3 SNZ Ai
CHAK
CHAK
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
GLHA
GLHA
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
JANJ
JANJ
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KAJS
KAJS
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KAKU
KAKU
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KAYN
KAYN
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KCHK
KCHK
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KKOL
KKOL
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KYZA
KYZA
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
KZSU
KZSU
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
MES1
MES borehole 1
2018-04-13
--
BT
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi?
2018-04-13
--
M1
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
M2
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
SF
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
MES2
MES borehole 2
2018-04-13
--
BT
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi?
2018-04-13
--
M1
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
M2
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
SF
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
MES3
MES borehole 3
2018-04-13
--
BT
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi?
2018-04-13
--
M1
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
M2
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
SF
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
MES4
MES borehole 4
2018-04-13
--
BT
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi?
2018-04-13
--
M1
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
M2
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
2018-04-13
--
SF
HN2 HN3 HNZ RAi
MLSU
MLSU
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
NKAT
NKAT
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
OKTR
OKTR
2016-07-30
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
TALS
TALS
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
TKMK
TKMK
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?
TMCH
TMCH
2015-05-17
--
--
HNE HNN HNZ Ai?

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