Here you can see live digital, broadband seismograms recorded at PAL (Palisades, NY) and other stations of the LCSN and USNSN stations in the Northeastern United States. We call this live seismogram disply on our web page as well as further interactive use of the seismograms as "WebSeis"mogram. Users can interactively work on the WebSeis to display, to review and compare with earthquake catalogs, to plot on PostScript format, and to download digital data for selected time windows. The WebSeis at LCSN is due to collective efforts by many people at Lamont led by Won-Young Kim, in particular, Wen-xuan Du, Mike Hagerty and Mike West have contributed the most.
View Live Broadband Seismograms
- View Current Seismograms Recorded at LCSN Broadband Stations
- SDMD - Maryland Geologic Survey, Maryland
- CNSN Canadian Nation Seismic Network Stations: Geological Survey of Canada
- View Archive Seismograms Recorded at LCSN in 2019.
- View Archive Seismograms Recorded at LCSN in 1999-2019.
Seismograms Images of GSN/IRIS and ANSS backbone stations in the region from Albuquerque Seismological Lab., USGS
- AAM Ann Arbor, MI
- ACSO Alum Creek State Park, OH
- BBSR Bermuda
- BINY Binghamton, NY
- BLA Blacksburg, VA
- CBN Corbin, VA
- CCM Cathedral Caves, MO
- ERPA Erie, PA
- HRV Harvard, MA
- LBNH Lisbon, NH
- LONY Lake Ozonia, NY
- MCWV Mont Chateau, WV
- PKME Peaks-Kenny State Park, ME
- SSPA Standing Stone, PA
PAL: Seismogram images are available since 11/10/1999.
ACC: Seismogram images are available since 11/10/1999.
BRNJ: Seismogram images are available since 11/21/1999.
CPNY: Seismogram images are available since 01/01/2003.
LOZ: Seismogram images are available since 10/15/1999, but there are large gaps in the data.
At the moment, images for the current day are available for the LCSN stations:
PAL, ACCN, ALLY, ASNY, BMNY, BRNJ, BRNY, CCNY, CFNY, CPNY, FLET, FMMC, FOR, FRNY, GCMD, GEDE, HBVT, HCNY, KSCT, KSPA, LUPA, MCVT, MMNY, MSNJ, MVL, NCB, NPNY, ODNJ, PANJ, PRNY, PTNY, ROC, SDMD, TRNY, TUPA, UCCT, UNH, WADE, WCNY, WUPA and WVNY.
WebSeis(mogram) functions which allows users to interactively analyze and display the data
on web pages are developed and implemented by staff and graduate students at Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory.