Locating Earthquakes using Earthworm

Updated: 09/18/2015

New Email Alerts and Processed Reports

Earthquakes Located by Earthworm

Earthworm Setup Information

Station Information

New - Running Earthworm on a Raspberry Pi Board

Please read the following if you would like to supply data to the PSN Earthworm Network


Current Seismicity Helicorders Generated By Earthworm's Winston Server

Images updated every 5 minutes

ADUB1 - Monte Sereno PSN Station

MTUMZ - Mount Umunhum Station

More Helicorder Plots

GLFBV - Palo Alto PSN Station

COS - Mount Oso USGS Telemetry Station

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JCPZ - Coyote Point USGS Telemetry Station

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B054 - Berkeley USGS Borehole Station

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B057 - San Rafael USGS Borehole Station

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B058 - San Juan Bautista USGS Borehole Station

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B073 - Parkfield USGS Borehole Station

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TASRZ - Santa Rosa PSN Station

LCGPZ - Redwood City PSN Station

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LCZS2 - Redwood City PSN Station

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This channel is not used by Earthworm to locate events. The sensor is a long period device used to view teleseismic earthquakes. USGS Station COS is currently offline as of 11/14/2013.


Current Station Map


More Stations Needed

If you are located in the San Francisco Bay Area and running WinSDR you can help the PSN Earthworm Network locate earthquakes better by sending in data from one of your sensor. 

Here is a list of requirements:

If you meet the criteria above please contact me and I will send you information on how to configure WinSDR system to send in your data to our system. 


Last Update: 09/16/2016

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