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Here are some of the articles that have been recently posted to the PASSCAL website:

PH5: Why Another Archival Data Format?

 

           

       The impetus to provide a new data format for archiving stems from the inherent limitations with respect to the use of SEG-Y as a data archiving format, limitations such as: requiring vetted meta-data prior to converting the data into SEG-Y files, un-editable meta-data within the file, and inflexible, static data gathers.

Hold on a minute... I want my data in SEG-Y format

 

All data requests of PH5 format data sets are fulfilled as either SEG-Y or PASSCAL SEG-Y.

 

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Archival and Analysis Formats - All about PH5 and SEG-Y

  New to active source data archiving?

Here you will find information describing active source data formats: PH5, recommended for archiving data and SEG-Y, required by the user community for analysis and research.

 

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Passive Source (SEED) Archiving Documentation

 

Main Documentation for PASSIVE Source Data Processing (SEED)

 

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Long Document

detailed instructions

Short Document

step-by-step summary and highlights

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All about SEED format

SEED:  Standard for the Exchange of Earthquake Data

The Standard for the Exchange of Earthquake Data (SEED) is an international standard format for the exchange of digital seismological data.  SEED was designed for use by the earthquake research community, primarily for the exchange between institutions of unprocessed earth motion data.  It is a format for digital data measured at one point in space and at equal intervals of time.

The SEED reference manual (version 2.4) is published by the Federation of Digital Seismographic Networks (FDSN), the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS), and the United States Geological Survey (USGS).

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7th annual Polar Technology Conference coming to Albuquerque in March 2011

The 7th annual Polar Technology Conference will be hosted by IRIS/PASSCAL on 24-25 March 2011, at the Albuquerque Marriott, 2101 Louisiana Boulevard NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 USA. The primary purpose of this conference is to bring together Polar Scientists and Technology Developers in a forum to exchange information on research system operational needs and technology solutions that have been successful in polar environments.  This exchange of knowledge helps to address issues of design, implementation, and deployment for systems that are to achieve their research goals in the Polar Regions.

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