Earthquake mobilization plan tested
Article first published online: 19 OCT 2006
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Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union
Volume 73, Issue 26, pages 277–278, 30 June 1992
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1992), Earthquake mobilization plan tested, Eos Trans. AGU, 73(26), 277–278, doi:10.1029/91EO00228.(
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In the seismological community, much effort has been directed recently toward developing a coordinated plan for rapid response to major earthquakes. This topic was the subject of a special interest group at the recent annual meeting of the Incorporated Research Institutions in Seismology (IRIS). Several new and some old ideas concerning a rapid array mobilization plan (RAMP) emerged. IRIS has agreed to set aside initial funding and equipment to deploy five seismic stations in support of approved RAMP initiatives. Although five stations are not sufficient to ensure a successful aftershock deployment, the present high demand for IRIS portable equipment in planned experiments precludes reserving any additional instruments for aftershock studies.