The Eastern Canadian strong-motion seismograph network

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ConferenceProceedings Fourth Canadian Conference on Earthquake Engineering: 15 June 1983, Vancouver, B.C., Canada
Pages519528; # of pages: 10
SubjectEarthquakes; seismograph stations; seismographs; installation ( activity); dams; seismograph location, characteristics; st. fidele earthquake record
AbstractThe location and characteristics of the 28 strong-motion seismographs in the Eastern Canadian network as of January 1983, are described. Seven instruments are located in the lower St. Lawrence Valley, and five in the region surrounding Ottawa-Montreal. Detailed descriptions are given of the installation of 16 seismographs in dams at Manic 3, Manic 5 and Outardes 2 of Hydro-Que|'bec. Operating and servicing experience of the network is described, including the small record obtained from the St. Fide|`le earthquake of 20 August 1980. Blasting tests were monitored at Manic 5 in 1982.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number22514
NPARC number20358724
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