U.S. earthquake station catalog

Authors

  • Anonymous


Abstract

The first comprehensive modern catalog of the nearly 1500 seismograph stations in the United States has been published by the National Earthquake Information Service of the U.S. Geological Survey, Department of the Interior.

The new 389-page USGS report presents useful information about U.S. seismograph stations, such as who runs them, where they are, and what instruments each uses. In addition to stations located in the 50 states, information current to June 1977 is also presented on U.S. trust territories, Panama, and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.