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This applet is a profile viewer in time that will display the pressure wave data and the selected CO2 seismic sensor wave data for a specific seismic event (earthquake). The user selects a seismic event they wish to view and the program automatically retrieves from the Kansas Geological Survey (KGS) Server the Pressure Comma Separated Values (CSV) file and the Seismic Sensor miniSeed file that corresponds to the time of the seismic event and displays in the profile plot. The user is allowed to perform simple filtering on both data sets and to display a Frequency vs. Magnitude plot of each of the data sets.
The pressure measurements started at 25 April 2016 at 13:49, each data step is at 1 second interval. Each miniSeed file is in 1 hour time interval. All data files are stored on the KGS Server. The miniSeed files for one day contained up to 7 seismic sensors with 3 channels at one hour intervals, i.e. 504 miniSeed files per day.
This applet will download the CO2 Seismic Events from the KGS ORACLE Database as Extensible Markup Language (XML) data stream. This data is accessed using an ORACLE PL/SQL Stored Procedure http://chasm.kgs.ku.edu/ords/iqstrat.co2_events_pkg.getXML
You can also download a "CSV" output from the ORACLE Database, which can be saved as a Comma Separated Values (CSV) File to your PC, with the following link, http://chasm.kgs.ku.edu/ords/iqstrat.co2_events_summary_pkg.build_csv_all_page
The Pressure sensor is set at the Arbuckle Formation in the Wellington KGS 1-28 (15-191-22590) Well, listed below,
or accessed directly from the KGS Database as a Extensible Markup Language (XML) data stream. This data is accessed using an ORACLE PL/SQL Stored Procedure, click on the URL Link Wellington KGS 1-28 location information XML.
The CO2 seismic sensors used to predict the sesimic events are listed below,
or accessed directly from the KGS Database as a Extensible Markup Language (XML) data stream. This data is accessed using an ORACLE PL/SQL Stored Procedure, click on the URL Link CO2 seismic sensors location information XML.
Note: Each miniSeed file holds data for a specific Channel (orientation) for one hour. There are 3 channels for each hour, which are described as follows,
|Author: John R. Victorine firstname.lastname@example.org
The URL for this page is http://www.kgs.ku.edu/PRS/Ozark/JAVA_SRC/PSI_Seismic/index.html