Real-time testing of the on-site warning algorithm in southern California and its performance during the July 29 2008 Mw 5 . 4 Chino Hills earthquake

@inproceedings{Boese2008RealtimeTO,
  title={Real-time testing of the on-site warning algorithm in southern California and its performance during the July 29 2008 Mw 5 . 4 Chino Hills earthquake},
  author={Maren Boese and Egill Hauksson and Kalpesh B Solanki and Hiroo Kanamori and Thomas H. Heaton},
  year={2008}
}
[1] The real-time performance of the tc-Pd on-site early warning algorithm currently is being tested within the California Integrated Seismic Network (CISN). Since January 2007, the algorithm has detected 58 local earthquakes in southern California and Baja with moment magnitudes of 3.0 Mw 5.4. Combined with newly derived station corrections the algorithm allowed for rapid determination of moment magnitudes and Modified Mercalli Intensity (MMI) with uncertainties of ±0.5 and ±0.7 units… CONTINUE READING
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