Event Detection and Location Capabilities at NORSAR
ROYAL NORWEGIAN COUNCIL FOR SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH KJELLER
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Data published in the NORSAR seismic bulletin between February and June 1972 has been studied in order to find estimates of the detectability and location accuracy at NORSAR. The detectability is calculated from empirical frequency-magnitude distributions, and the 90 cumulative detectability for the teleseismic zone 30 degrees delta 90 degrees has been estimated at m sub b 4.0, while values for different regions vary from 3.7 to 4.3. These are all NORSAR magnitudes. The magnitude bias between NOAA and NORSAR has been found to be 0.15 plus or minus 0.31 in the teleseismic zone. In this zone, the median location difference between NOAA and NORSAR has been estimated at 160 km, with values for different regions ranging from 130 to 340 km.
- Seismic Detection and Detectors