|FDSN code||BZ||Operated by||
|Network name||ZIMBABWE SEISMIC NETWORK (BUL)||Deployment region||Zimbabwe|
|Start year||1959||End year||-|
Zimbabwe has been monitoring earthquakes since 1959 when the first seismic station was installed in Bulawayo. The need to establish a seismic network for monitoring seismic activity was brought about by the building and subsequent impounding of the Lake Kariba in 1958.The seismic phase data obtained from the local earthquake recorded by these analogue systems has since been used to perform seismic activity mapping, hypocentral location and magnitude determination of seismic events in Zimbabwe. The current seismological network is made up of four broadband stations: one at Bulawayo’s Goetz Observatory (BLWY), Karoi (KRI), Chipinge (CHIPN) and Matopos (MATP) which is an auxiliary station for International Monitoring System (IMS). .
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.7914/SN/BZ|
METEOROLOGICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT,GOETZ OBSERVATORY (1959): ZIMBABWE SEISMIC NETWORK. International Federation of Digital Seismograph Networks. Dataset/Seismic Network. 10.7914/SN/BZ
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