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Array notes have been updated with removal information, including a number of misoriented sensors. Hope to add the download info from the past few months before leaving. Apparently there were no thorough deployment notes from December.
Led by the crack team of Mathieu and Michelle, we removed all 10 RTN stations, the Sedgemere BB, and WAG S3-S5. Many of these stations were still up and functioning, though disks had filled long ago (this is the first download for RTN). Only a couple of stations seriously damaged by cattle. This despite occasional heavy downpours and a busted spring in Alistair's trailer. Rain is forecast to finally fade tonight. Will look into BBK tomorrow, will finish WAG, and may do MOR. Will also start packing!
Removed 11 stations at 5MI array plus broadband near Acheron Station (ACH). All but N1 and ACH were offline, nearly all because cows had eaten cables and, in many cases, yanked the sensor from the ground. Exception was N2, which was dead because the panel and battery were stolen. Many of the stations had had the north component aligned with magnetic (not true) north. Will return to RTN in the morning to get it out, and will grab as much of WAG as possible.
Word from the field (Charlie and David Fee) is that the northern broadband was deployed over a week ago. SAR access now very difficult for half the array (requires ice ax and crampons), though a warm trend might allow better access.
David Fee is now working in the field, having helped deploy a broadband and service stations on both south and north islands. He is responsible for getting calibration information on the L22s and trying to locate local earthquakes. Part of this effort has led us to try and get the Antelope autopicking software running well enough to use, since real-time catalogs are so-so (link added below for IGNS catalog texts)
In the field repairing away.... Three DASes repaired, five others heading back to PASSCAL. Once the three repaired are reinstalled in the field, we are down 4 DASes from our 50 short-period DASes, but three of those are still in the field (2 were left running without regular clock locks, one was left up at SAR because of the long hike out). Permission for the broadband to the north is now set up and the station should get deployed soon.
Over the past few weeks we learned that our westernmost stations at array ALI are probably on Weyerhaeuser land and not the farm we had thought. A permit requent has gone (fax and courier) today to Chris Berry at Weyerhaeuser NZ Inc in Richmond for the deployed stations as well as a new broadband to the north.
Broadbands deployed at WAG00, ALI00, Conners Creek Hut (CCH); RSF 00 was deployed on 18.04. A station is to be installed at the ski field gate (SFG) and one on Weyerhouser land to the north near the first pass on the road to Nelson (about 5.5 km north of ALI00). The seventh station lacks a break out box for the last broadband sensor; when it is available, will be deployed in one of the spots the original WAI array was to use west of Rainbow station.
Sturgess last week verbally agreed to access across his land; permission has been requested from DOC. PASSCAL shipment of the broadbands was delayed twice due to Seattle and India earthquake RAMP attempts; sounds like it might start moving shortly. Initial data submission through PASSCAL apparently worked with only minor problems. Have used UCSD stapar files with newest Antelope software to generate SEED. Charlie to check on broadband sites at Conners Creek Hut and near the ski field gate.
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