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Gary Gibson, Wayne Peck, Ian Landon-Jones and Kumara Arachchi

One of the first seismograph networks designed specifically to record local earthquakes was installed about Sydney in 1958. This network was converted to telemetry in 1983. In 1992, Sydney Water Corporation upgraded the network, integrating the functions of earthquake location and magnitude, measurement of the response of structures to earthquake motion, and provision of information for emergency response. The response function has been developed over the past six years, and is now an “Earthquake Preparation, Alarm and Response” system that provides customised information very soon after any significant event.

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    1998  Papers

    1998 – Results from The Earthquake Preparation, Alarm and Response System for Sydney Water Corporation, 1992 to 1998

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    2004  Papers

    2004 – Earthquake Emergency Response System – “Three-Legged Stool” Approach

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    2004  Papers

    2004 – EARTHQUAKE EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEM – THE “THREE-LEGGED STOOL” APPROACH

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    2015  Papers

    2015 Poster – 40 years of seismic monitoring of reservoir triggered seismicity: Australian case studies

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    2016  Papers

    2016 – An Earthquake Alarm and Situation Awareness Tool Developed For Areas of Low to Moderate Seismic Hazard: Recent Developments and Past Results

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    2018  Papers

    2018 – Evaluating potentially active tectonic faults for probabilistic seismic hazard assessments in Australia

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