1992 and 1996 Chinese Nuclear Blasts
recorded by over 400
seismic stations world-wide. These data are animated on global maps and
transparent spheres and display the spreading seismic wavefront as it arrives at each station,
following the leading edge of the P phase arrivals as the signal travels around the world.
SMU EarthQuake imagery
and animations generated from
ISC seismic records, the
GERESS array, the SMU
TXAR array and the SMU Surface Wave Impulse Generator
deployed by D. Craig Pearson of the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
This set of visualizations explores various methods
of viewing time-dependent seismic signals as objects and sets of objects.
Blasting and industrial
mining practices as seismic sources. Slow-motion video with animated seismic
waveforms and synthetic computer
models of USA and Russian mining blasts, and papers concerning the propagation of
semisic energy from mining blasts.
Brian Stump (SMU),
D. Craig Pearson (LANL),
and Xiaoning Yang (LANL).
Infrasound and Acoustic Signals
Mutiple acoustic and seismic data sets are time aligned with GPS synchronized video and broadband
and high-pass filtered waveforms.
(email@example.com) and Rongmao Zhou
(firstname.lastname@example.org) deployed the instruments
and performed these experiments with
Cool Stuff and nifty animations
by our creative and energetic staff of no particular scientific value.
Includes some nice
footage, a link to my
and a link to our latest attempt at a
live video feed.
Also includes a link to the paper,
Surviving slashdot'ing with a small server," a description of the web/ftp server
providing these web pages.
SMU Geological Sciences Archive