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The article describes the design of the Community Seismic Network, which is a dense open seismic network based on low cost sensors. The inputs are from sensors hosted by volunteers from the community by direct connection to their personal computers, or through sensors build into mobile devices. The server is cloud-based for robustness and to dynamically handle the load of impulsive earthquake events. The main product of the network is a map of peak acceleration, delivered within seconds of the ground shaking. The lateral variations in the level of shaking will be valuable to first responders, and the waveform information from a dense network will allow detailed mapping of the rupture process.
Community Seismic Network R. Clayton, T. Heaton, M. Chandy, A. Krause, M. Kohler, J. Bunn, M. Olson, M. Faulkner, M. Cheng, L. Strand, R. Chandy, D. Obenshain, A. Liu, M. Aivazis, R. GuyIn Annals of Geophysics, volume 54, 2011
Bibtex Entry:
	author = {Robert Clayton and Thomas Heaton and Mani Chandy and Andreas Krause and Monica Kohler and Julian Bunn and Michael Olson and Matthew Faulkner and MingHei Cheng and Leif Strand and Rishi Chandy and Daniel Obenshain and Annie Liu and Michael Aivazis and Richard Guy},
	journal = {Annals of Geophysics},
	number = {6},
	pages = {738-747},
	title = {Community Seismic Network},
	volume = {54},
	year = {2011}}