Mobile Seismological Stations

a) Reftek 151 Broadband sensor b) Reftek 131-01 Digitizer c) Reftek GPS Antenna d) Thermal sensor cover e) Cellular network antenna (© IMGW)

Fairfield ZLand 3C Nodes (© IMGW)

Geophysical mobile instruments enable the collection of data for specific purposes in places where there are no permanent stations, or with the aim of densifying existing permanent networks. Our pool of seismic instruments is employed in experiments of limited duration, from a few days to a few years.



Our pool of instruments includes:

100 cable-free 3-component geophones (Fairfield ZLand 3C 5Hz)

30 Broadband 3-component sensors (REFTEK 151-60s)

12 Short period 1-component (Lennartz LE-1DV)

30 REFTEK digitizers 6 channels (130-01/130S)


Temporary Deployments

Seismic stations and infrasound sensors were installed on the Gaisberg in Salzburg, to study seismoacoustic signals in the context of lightning (thunder).

Correspondent: Artemii Novolesov

30 seismological stations are deployed in eastern Austria and western Slovakia. They are part of the temporary seismic installations of the European research project AlpArray.

Correspondent: Florian Fuchs

Seismic and infrasound sensors were installed at the Conrad Obseratory, to study the coupling of acoustic to seismic waves.

Correspondent: Artemii Novoselov

8 seismological stations are deployed on a N-S profile along ~13.5°E. The stations are part of the international EASI project, together with ETH Zurich and IG-CAS Prague.

Correspondent: Irene Bianchi

3 seismological stations deployed in the epicentral area of the Ebreichsdorf earthquake from October 3rd to December 5th 2013.

Correspondent: Irene Bianchi

9 seismological stations deployed in the area of the Kontinental Tiefbohrung site, Oberpfalz, Germany. 

Correspondent: Irene Bianchi