|FDSN code||1B (2016-2017)||Network name||Knipovich Ridge Passive Seismic Experiment (KNIPAS)|
|Start year||2016||Operated by|
|End year||2017||Deployment region||-|
Network of 27+3 broadband Ocean Bottom Seismometers installed along Knipovich Ridge to record local seismicity connected with mid-ocean ridge spreading processes. 20 km instrument spacing, denser around volcano. Instruments stem from the German DEPAS pool plus 3 Polish OBS. 4 of the 27 instruments reoccupy locations of other sensors for an active seismic experiment on the central volcano. Recording period 11 months for longterm OBS and 1 month for short-term replacement. Sampling frequency mostly 50 Hz, 100 Hz near volcano on selected stations. Instrumentation: Güralp CMG 4T 60s-50Hz
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|Additional Notes||Data distribution for all data acquired with DEPAS instruments is currently being negotiated with GEOFON|