The KD Seismic Network

 
Cite as:
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Germany (2018): Building Monitoring and Decentralized on-site Earthquake Early Warning network, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). GFZ Data Services. Other/Seismic Network. doi:10.14470/XQ297301.
Network code:
KD
Type:
Permanent
Time Range:
2012–
Terms of use:
Restricted
Archived at:
GFZ
Institution(s):
GFZ
Creator(s):
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Germany
Description*:
Decentralized onsite earthquake early warning network Bishkek
Abstract:
Building monitoring and decentralized, on-site Earthquake Early Warning system for the Kyrgyz capital Bishkek. Several low cost sensors equipped with MEMS accelerometers have been installed in eleven buildings within the urban area of the city. The different sensing units communicate with each other via wireless links and the seismic data are streamed in real-time to data centres at GFZ and the Central Asian Institute for Applied Geoscience (CAIAG) using internet. Since each sensing unit has its own computing capabilities, software for data processing can be installed to perform decentralised actions. In particular, each sensing unit can perform event detection tasks and run software for on-site early warning. If a description for the vulnerability of the building is uploaded to the sensing unit, this can be exploited to introduce the expected probability of damage in the early-warning protocol customized for a specific structure. Data are available under network code KD at the GEOFON data centre.

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Seismic metadata:
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Funder:
BMBF
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Creator(s):
Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ), Germany
Title:
Building Monitoring and Decentralized on-site Earthquake Early Warning network, Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan)
Publisher:
GFZ Data Services
Resource Type:
Other/Seismic Network
Network DOI:
doi:10.14470/XQ297301
Related Reference(s):
  1. 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
  2. Petrovic, B.; Parolai, S. (2016). Joint Deconvolution of Building and Downhole Strong‐Motion Recordings: Evidence for the Seismic Wavefield Being Radiated Back into the Shallow Geological Layers. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 106, 4, pp. 1720-1732. doi:10.1785/0120150326
  3. Bindi, D.; Boxberger, T.; Orunbaev, S.; Pilz, M.; Stankiewicz, J.; Pittore, M.; Iervolino, I.; Ellguth, E.; Parolai, S. (2015). On-site early-warning system for Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). Annals of Geophysics, 58(1): S0112. doi:10.4401/ag-6664
  4. Parolai, S.; Bindi, D.; Boxberger, T.; Milkereit, C.; Fleming, K.; Pittore, M. (2015). On‐Site Early Warning and Rapid Damage Forecasting Using Single Stations: Outcomes from the REAKT Project. Seismological Research Letters, 86(5), 1393-1404. doi:10.1785/0220140205
[+] To provide additional references, PIs should contact GEOFON staff.

Station List for Network Code KD

Code
Station description
Begin
End
Loc
Channels
Flags
CAIAG
CAIAG
2012-07-05
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1C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
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1W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
3C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
3W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
4C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
EMERG
Emergeny
2012-07-05
--
1C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
INTU
Intuit
2012-07-05
--
1C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
3C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
IVAN
Ivanicyna
2012-07-05
--
1C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
KIS
KIS
2012-07-05
--
1E
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
1W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
3W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
KSUTA
KSUTA
2012-07-05
--
1N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
4C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
4N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
7C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
7N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
MESA
MES Building A
2018-04-13
--
0C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
3N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
3S
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
6N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
6S
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
9N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
9S
HN2 HN3 HNZ
MESB
MES Building B
2018-04-13
--
0W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
3W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
6W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
9W
HN2 HN3 HNZ
MESC
MES Building C
2018-04-13
--
0N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
3N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
6N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2018-04-13
--
9N
HN2 HN3 HNZ
PRIVA
Private House
2012-07-05
--
1C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
2C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
3C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
TABU
Tall Building
2012-07-05
--
5C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
7C
HN2 HN3 HNZ
2012-07-05
--
9C
HN2 HN3 HNZ

Database last updated at 2019 Dec 14 12:58:07