IRIS Community Deploys Instruments in Chile

The IRIS Community, in partnership with colleagues from the University of Chile, is now in Chile installing instruments throughout the rupture zone to record the aftershocks from the magnitude 8.8 event on February 27. The dataset will be freely and openly available for use by a wide range of researchers from around the world as soon as they are collected and archived. Read the latest information about this effort and follow the progress by visiting the IRIS Community Instrument Deployment in Chile web site.
Published on March 25th, 2010

Unprecedented Opportunity in Chile Needs Your Immediate Response

We have been in discussions with our Chilean colleagues following last Saturday's Magnitude 8.8 earthquake. If you are interested in assisting in the development of science and deployments plans and/or with field work to capture the aftershock sequence in Chile, please email in the next 24 hours.
Published on March 3rd, 2010