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Ground Motion Studies At fermilab

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James T. Volk
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James T. Volk
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05 Dec 2008, 14:18
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16 Jan 2009, 12:59
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Understanding slow and fast ground motion is important for the successful operation and design for present and future colliders. Since 2000 there have been several studies of ground motion at Fermilab. Several different types of hydro static water levels have been used to study slow ground motion (less than 1 hertz) seismometers have been used for fast (greater than 1 hertz) motions. Data have been taken at the surface and at locations 100 meters below the surface. Data and results of both slow and fast ground motion will be discussed in particular the effects of natural and cultural sources of motion.
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