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The first Alaska seismic instrument with EarthScope’s Transportable Array program is in the ground in Barrow, Alaska.
Brian Coyle, deployment coordinator for the program, and his team used a custom drill to auger an 18-foot deep borehole into the frozen arctic soil, where the sensitive instrument was placed. This instrument will remain in the ground for up to five years, detecting not only Alaska earthquakes but also earthquakes of magnitude 5 and greater around the world.Read More
Begun in 1992 in Barrow, Alaska, the Snowy Owl project is led by wildlife researcher Denver Holt, founder and president of the Owl Institute in Charlo, Montana. Now in its 23rd year, the Snowy Owl project is the longest running of its kind in North America.Read More