Below are several different ways to view seismic data stored at the IRIS Data Management Center.
Use our new Station Monitor to see if the ground moved near you
View up to the last 48 hours of ground motion at a station near you (select station from a map)
- EarthScope Stations in Central and Eastern U.S.
- EarthScope Transportable Array
- Any global or US station that sends real time data to IRIS
Explore seismograms from stations around the world for an earthquake of your choosing
Use real seismic data in classroom exercises
- Discover the layers of the Earth, using either an earthquake of your choosing from the Global Seismogram Viewer, or sample seismograms provided
- Locating an earthquake with seismic data (use the optional sample data provided)
For those of you have have been using the Rapid Earthquake Viewer or Station Monitor provided by the University of South Carolina, we are sorry but those web applications are no longer available. However the Station Monitor and the Global Seismogram Viewer listed above have been designed to provide similar functionality.