MOD - Modoc Plateau, CA, USA
NSN VSAT at MOD
1999/10/16 00:00:00 - Present
Site is located on private property in Modoc County,
California, approximately 10 kilometers from the
Oregon border and 20 kilometers from the Nevada border.
MOD was established to replace MIN,
which had become increasingly noisy due to traffic on route
MOD is a cooperative station with the US National Seismic Network
- Vault/Borehole conditions:
The vault is a horizontal tunnel, located beneath
5 meters of overburden to maintain thermal stability.
Sensor Datalogger Start Date End Date SEED Channels Location AntennaCurrent Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present VE? 00 ClockPhase Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present LC?,VC? 00 ClockQuality Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present LC?,VC? 00 InputVoltage Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present VE? 00 Kinemetrics FBA ES-T Accel. (2 g max 10 v/g) Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present HN? 00 Streckeisen STS-2 VBB Tri-Axial Seismometer Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present BH?,HH?,LH?,VH? 00 SystemCurrent Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present VE? 00 SystemTemperature Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present VK? 00 VCOValue Q330HR-GFE 2010/10/07 Present VC? 00
The MOD site also is home to a continuously operating GPS receiver (MODB) as part of the BARD network.
BK (Berkeley Digital Seismic Network)
- Noise Characteristics:
- Network PDF Noise Analysis Plots
- Data Availability:
- BDSN waveforms and associated metadata are available at the
Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC).
- Map of BDSN stations
- Table of BDSN stations
- BK Information Directory, including
- Information on Quanterra Timing Errors
- Information on Quanterra 4120 FIR Filter changes - 6/30/2003
- Information on BH sampling rate change - 06/15/2004
- View digital seismograms
- Querying the archives
- Requesting data by channel and time
- Requesting data by event
Help on using these tools is available.