An earthquake in the early morning in central Nepal is recorded by the Raspberry Shake 1D seismometer installed in a school in western Nepal. The epicenter is ~150 km far from the school, where P and S waves are clearly visible as in the following waveform. This seismometer belongs under the framework of ‘seismology-at-school in Nepal’ program, which is installed in May 2018 and conducting by Institute of Earth Science, the University of Lausanne with the aim of education and crowdsourcing.
This week the program CQFD on RTS has scheduled a detailed discussion on project AlpArray. You can listen to the interview by Silvio Dolzan with György Hetényi here.
In the first weeks of June a combined gravity and seismology field campaign was lead by Matteo Scarponi in the Ivrea-Verbano zone, helped by a changing team for new energy input. The environmental conditions were demanding: heat, thunderstorm, rain, hale, fog, snakes, scorpions, ticks, landslide, fallen tree, and other “surprises”. Luckily we’ve also met helpful people, could do a few key measurements during short hikes, and seen nice landscapes.