To create a database that helps to know the seismic behavior of the entity and its neighboring countries, Sinaloa Science Center The Sinaloense seismic network will resume.
Doctor of Geophysics, Juan Espinosa Mon, explained that the idea was to reinstall the seismic monitoring network with the support of the Science Center and UNAM.
“The idea is to install and leverage the seismic network again here with the support of the Science Center, UNAM and the National Seismological Service, we are now practically in the testing phase and soon Sinaloa will have the network again. Sinaloense seismic and this will help us, not only in monitoring the seismic activity but also to create A database, which is not currently computed and will be very fundamental to the generation of subsequent numerical analyzes required to obtain the area.”
“Then hopefully we will have this in a short time at the same time that we will have an accelerometer located here at the Science Center where the different waveforms can be seen and will record the seismic activity here in Culiacan and about 30 kilometers at least.
The doctor in geophysics explained it at that time You already have the hardwareHe said, there’s one booth in Choix, another in Topolobambo, another in Sanalona Dam and another one in Mazatlan, so there are four broadband stations broadcasting satellite information.
“All this information is transmitted via satellite first to the National Seismological Service with a delay of 5 milliseconds, that is, nothing, it will arrive here at the science center where we will monitor seismic activity from here all over the Pacific Ocean. Of course, of course from Sinaloa and it will tell when The earthquake occurred to get information at the moment and determine the depth and all characteristics,” he commented.
He stressed that the importance of this lies in the ability to create a database to be able to determine if any geological fault has a certain frequency, that is, it shows activity very often, and not all of them behave in this way, but for that he said that Data is necessary.
“At the moment we are not going to start from scratch, because we have work from previous years done, a small database, but what we are going to start with now will be a huge advantage and will undoubtedly represent a very good support. Not only for Sinaloa, but for Sonora and part of Chihuahua,” he said. .
On her part, Dr. Martha Zarin, in charge of the operational management of the Science Center, explained that besides this there will be a permanent room installation where there will be an explanatory and interactive exhibition on existing atmospheric phenomena. .
As for what earthquake monitoring network I understand, the doctor explained that what is being done is to install the program.
It was announced that perhaps by the beginning of February, the Sinaloense seismic network could be considered to have opened in conjunction with the exhibition area.
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