STORMWISE North America Seismograph Network.
Share your Seismograms here!

Started November 13, 2013. It's new!

You can represent your town / geographic area here on these clickable maps!

You can be a vital part of this effort!

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Click on the map to access each regional station web page. You can represent your town / geographic area here on these maps!

You can be a vital part of this effort! Set up your seismograph and record earthquakes. Post the seismograms on your web page for others to view.

Terms and Conditions and General Info:

Join the Club!

(1). You'll need to set up your seismograph. Use the any STORMWISE seismograph antenna. Set it up any way you want. You are free to tune your seismograph to any frequency between 0.1 Hz to 5 Hz. Its your choice as it is your research station. The best range is between 0.75 Hz to 1.5 Hz. Just make sure to post the frequency to which you have tuned it so others can compare their data to their units and other's recordings of various frequencies. Sample rate should be 20 samples per second per channel to allow high waveform resolution. Chart speed should be 5 seconds per division. Times should be UTC world time.

We suggest these as PC data loggers:


DATAQ SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE (13 bit data resolution. Best unit, higher signal gain, gives better waveform images).

DATAQ SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE (8 bit data resolution. Inexpensive PC data logger.)

These nice PC data loggers have 4 input channels so you can record one from your seismograph and then do 3 other sensors if you desire. May we suggest an infrasonic sensor and a temperature sensor and a lightning detector. Or the unused inputs can be turned off with the software.

You should record data to an SD card. Use the built-in SD card slot on your PC, don't use a SD-to-USB adapter. No moving parts. Nice data storage. A 4 GB SD card will record more than 1 year of continuous data 24 hours a day at 20 samples per second from a single data logger channel.

(2). You'll need to look at the map of your location and roll your mouse over your location. Get the number that pops up.

(3). Set up your web site. You'll do this on your own server from your own web page provider. Just a standard web site. ( does NOT host your site).

(4). Call with your map square number (the number that popped up) so we can place a link on the map site to your web site. (Please specify which map you want to be placed :ie: Southern Plains, South East, etc...).

(5). No obligation. You can stop any time. If you remove your web site please let us know so the link can be given to someone else who wants it.

  • Websites linked to the map are external websites not controlled by

  • Members shall maintain individual web sites that are family-friendly and rated "G" or "E" in content.

  • Members shall not sell any products or sevices on their websites that are linked to this site.

  • reserves the right to refuse link request and to terminate any or all member map links without warrantee.

  • Some of the maps overlap coverage area on the edges. Only one link assignment per member. You can't have a link on each coverage map, extra coverage on some maps allows others to participate in your same area. Choose which map you prefer your -single- link to be placed.

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