Berkeley Digital Seismic Network
The BDSN is an array of high dynamic range, broadband seismometers with collocated strong-motion accelerometers in northern and central California. BDSN Overview...
Berkeley Borehole Network
The BSL operate a number of stations in the Bay Area with seismic and other geophysical sensors in boreholes. They are tools for observing tiny earthquakes and other deformation signals that may hint of incipient seismic movements. If the instruments were installed near the surface, civilization noise (vibrations from vehicles and other human sources) would overshadow the tiny signals that we wish to study. The funding for these stations come from a variety of sources.BBN Overview...
Parkfield High-Resolution Seismic NetworkLocated in Parkfield, California, the HRSN is a small network of closely spaced 3-component borehole sensors. HRSN Overview
Bay Area Regional Deformation Network
BARD is a network of 32 continuously operating Global Positioning System receivers in Northern California. The primary goal of the network is to monitor crustal deformation across the Pacific-North America plate boundary and in the San Francisco Bay Area for earthquake hazard reduction studies and rapid earthquake emergency response assessment. BARD Overview...
- Broadband Stations
- Borehole Stations
- GPS Stations