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Silence measurements and measures for ET: characterisation of long term seismic noise in the M\'atra Mountains

@article{Somlai2018SilenceMA,
  title={Silence measurements and measures for ET: characterisation of long term seismic noise in the M\'atra Mountains},
  author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} Somlai and Z. Gr'aczer and M'aty'as Vas'uth and Z. W'eber and P'eter V'an},
  journal={arXiv: Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics},
  year={2018}
}
The analysis of long term seismological data collected underground in the M\'atra Mountains, Hungary, using the facilities of the M\'atra Gravitational and Geophysical Laboratory (MGGL) is reported. The laboratory is situated inside the Gy\"ongy\"osoroszi mine, Hungary, 88m below the surface. This study focuses on the requirements of the Einstein Telescope (ET), one of the planned third generation gravitational wave observatories, which is designed for underground operation. After a short… 
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