Regional Networks

IRIS (IRI)

LogoIRIS’s Seismographs in Schools Program serves teachers across the country and around the world using seismic instruments or real-time seismic data in K-16 classrooms. Our hope is to bridge the gap between science classrooms to create an international educational seismic network.

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Managed by Tammy Bravo
http://www.iris.edu/hq/sis

MiQuakes (MIQ)

Michigan SIS Program

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Managed by Kaz Fujita, Greg Waite

Oregon Shakes (ORS)

LogoOregon Shakes mission is to inspire the love of science and math in "kids" of all ages by introducing them to the fascinating world of earthquakes. There is nothing quite as exciting as watching an earthquake unfold in real time on your own school seismograph! We hope to place a seismograph in all public schools in Lincoln County, Oregon, and to supplement the seismograph by providing educational resources, volunteers, and earth science activities. We also work with other groups such as local libraries, afterschool programs, home schooled kids and the Hatfield Marine Science Institute to install seismographs and offer activities for the general public.

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Managed by Kay Wyatt
http://www.oregonshakes.com/

PEPP (IUP)

Indiana University PEPP Earthquake Science Institute: Bringing Seismology Research into the Classroom

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Managed by Michael Hamburger
http://www.indiana.edu/~pepp/

Seismology Ireland (SIE)

LogoThe Seismology in Schools (Seismeolaíocht sa Scoil) in Ireland currently comprises 50 schools in total from the primary and secondary educational sectors. The seismometer in use in the schools is the SEP(Science Enhancement Programme) seismometer designed at Middlesex University in the UK. The students involved in this programme range in age from 10 -17 years old. The schools currently use the seismometer to record teleseismic events and as a teaching tool in the physics classes. DIAS (Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies) has been the leading agency in Ireland in the monitoring of earthquakes from all over the world since 1978. The Geophysics Section of the School of Cosmic Physics in DIAS coordinates the Seismology in Schools (Seismeolaíocht sa Scoil) programme as part of its Science Outreach Programme.

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Managed by Tom Blake
http://www.dias.ie/lang/en/cosmic/geo/seismo_in_schools.html

The UK school seismology network (UK)

LogoFounded in 1835, the British Geological Survey (BGS) is the world's oldest national geological survey and the United Kingdom's premier centre for earth science information and expertise. Schools involved in the UK school seismology network are mostly secondary schools (teaching students aged 11-18) both state and private schools are involved with a mixture of science, geography and geology teachers supporting the project.

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Managed by Paul Denton
http://www.bgs.ac.uk/schoolseismology/

Z-NET (ZNT)



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Managed by Ted Channel

Unassigned Stations (UNA)

These are stations that have not been affiliated with a regional network.

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Managed by IRIS