In addition to the metadata returned through the various data request methods, the NCECD provides dataless SEED volumes and SEED RESP files for all data channels archived at the NCEDC. The NCEDC currently has full SEED instrument responses for 8462 data channels from 1379 stations in 14 networks. This includes stations from the California Geological Survey (CGS) strong motion stations that will contribute seismic waveform data for significant earthquakes to the NCEDC and SCEDC.
Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
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