The following file contains the locations of the stations as obtained from the Reftek GPS systems. Absolutely best case for accuracy here would be 3-4 meters. We will post more accurate info or updates on the expected accuracy of these locations as we get it.
This schematic view of the Bullion Mountain Array shows the general layout of the array. The lower half of the page is a blowup of the dense array.
There has been an initial event association done already. We will post some subset of these event association once some timing corrections have been made.
49 events with 20 stations 36 events with 21 stations 32 events with 22 stations 26 events with 23 stations 42 events with 24 stations 37 events with 25 stations 47 events with 26 stations 51 events with 27 stations 62 events with 28 stations 222 events with 29 stations 8 events with 30 stations
Events are available via anonymous ftp at ftp://ftp.crustal.ucsb.edu/eqs/hectormines/bma/events.
These events are from a preliminary association of the mountain array data. There is no timing information for the following DASs (7320, 7362, 7444, 7462).
There may be problems downloading files to Macs using netscape. Netscape from UNIX or fetch from the Mac seems to work just fine though. ls under the command line unix interface does not show directories even though they exist. dir or ls -l do show the directories.
This timeline of the BMA shows the status of the different stations.