Currently I have been working with a data set collected through R/V Marcus G. Langseth. The ship conducted an experiment on the Endeavour segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge where 68 four-component, ocean bottom seismometers were deployed at 64 sites near and away from the mid-ocean ridge. We are working with researchers from the University of Oregon. We had a conference call the other day, and I got a screenshot for the blog! I am currently picking points from different station/event combinations that cross the ridge axis. It’s tedious work, but luckily the world cup just started today so I will have a healthy distraction to not keep from going crazy. We use a program developed by my mentor called tlPicker through MATLAB to make the picks. It is not very fancy, but it gets the job done, and is effective in what we need to do. I haven’t started seeing seismic data in my sleep, but I have been seeing flowers by Georgia O’keefe.. Black IRIS (no pun intended, although quite conspicuous) ... doesn’t it look a lot alike?? I’m not going crazy right??
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