Raw data files from the PBO Laser Strainmeter (LSM) Network are recorded at various sampling rates and are available in the native format of the Ice Nine logger and are available from the PBO strainmeter archives at NCEDC and IRIS DMC. Additionally, raw data are available in SEED format, enabling users of the data to generate requests for these data with existing data center request mechanisms, thereby allowing a user to sort, delimit, and group these data jointly with all the appropriately related environmental sensor data that is collected in addition to the raw strain data. SEED data are available using all the traditional SEED request methods from IRIS DMC and NCEDC.
Please see PBO Data Management System Critical Design Review [PDF] for an explanation of the LSM data formats.
The table below provides links to other Laser Strainmeters in the United States. These LSMs are not Earthscope funded PBO strainmeters; they are operated and maintained by Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics of the University of California, San Diego. UNAVCO simply provides links to the data from these instruments
Last modified: 2020-02-05 15:57:59 America/Denver