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Traces recorded using a collection of seismometers constructed and operated by amateur seismologists located at Redhead, Swansea & Coonabarabran.  Some are “classical” instruments others are experimental    Edward Pigot Seismic Observatory at Coonabarabran EPSO has two VOLKSMETER instruments. These instruments use a Symmetric Differential Capacitor (SDC) array sensor to detect and measure  minute accelerations and tilts. click here for a full description.   The FBV Sensors used at Redhead, Swansea and EPSO are modelled after the Force Balanced Vertical design by Brett M Nordgren & Dave F Nelson. .   . Their details can be found here.  Specifications here   Construction pictures of our FBV sensors are found here.     More details here

REDH Lat 33.020 S Lon 151.697 E

SWAN Lat 33.09 S Lon 151.63 E

EPSO  Lat 31.273 S Lon 149.064

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EPSO - Edward Pigot Seismic Observatory

REDH- Redhead Seismic Station

SWAN - Swansea Seismic Station

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Vertical geophone 

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SG Sensor

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