Glacier Peak Seismograms


SPECIAL REPORT: NEW SEISMIC STATIONS FOR GLACIER PEAK

In September of 1998, two new seismograph stations (SLF, Sugar Loaf; and WRW, Wenatchee Ridge) were installed near Glacier Peak to better monitor seismicity. These stations are located south of Lake Chelan. Station WRW is close enough to appear on the map of seismicity.

In September of 2001, a new seismograph station, GPW, was installed on Glacier Peak volcano. Dr. Jeff Johnson, a former UW graduate student, helped with installation, and took photographs of the installation procedure and station location. Visitors can find his installation page here:
GPW Installation Page

2013

Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive February 2013
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive January 2013

2012

Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive December 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive November 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive October 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive September 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive August 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive July 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive June 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive May 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive April 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive March 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive February 2012
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive January 2012

2011

Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive December 2011
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive November 2011
Glacier Peak Seismograms Archive October 2011

3 Responses to Glacier Peak Seismograms

  1. westcooast says:

    Wow. Those analysis are amazing. That you are able to determine so accurately that this was an ice quake with just the one station is SOOOO cool. I’m looking at the current signal (11/4/11 @ 11:50 am Pacific time) and it really doesnt look like wind. Weather here is cold and sunny…certainly can be windy up there…but the signal seems to steady for that??

    [Note: This relates to November 2011 seismograms]

  2. westcooast says:

    That sounds so…..odd. It definitely builds and builds…..then ‘pop’. Wierd. My gut tells me that it is something….I dunno. Not normal? Thanks for the sounds bites, love to listen to them!

    [Note: This relates to November 2011 seismograms]

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