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H2O stands for Hawaii 2 Observatory

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(VENUS) in Japan [9], and the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) [10]. In the second, the backbone cable operates at a nominally constant voltage (CV) and all nodes are...
In preparation for a permanent borehole seismometer at the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) site, Ocean Drilling Project Leg 200 drilled Hole 1224D 1.48 km northeast of the...
The Effects of Local Structure on Seafloor Ambient Noise at the Hawaii-2 Observatory
Official Full-Text Publication: Data Report: Broadband Seismic Observations at the Hawaii-2 Observatory, ODP Leg 200 on ResearchGate, the professional network for...
The Hawaii 2 Observatory is a joint effort between UH, the Incorporated Research Institute for Seismology and Woods Hole.
Notes: Hawaii-2 Observatory. Media Tape 1638 H2O Repair Cruise. 9/15-10/1899 1999 Created by: Petit, Bob. Format: Beta 60 Created by: Notes: Hawaii-2 Observatory.
Ocean crustal drilling at the Hawaii-2 Observatory. Authors. Ralph Stephen + 7. Ralph Stephen. Gary Acton. J. Kasahara. J. Natland. H. Paul. G. Schumann-kindel. S...
Page 1. Revised submission to EOS The Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) Butler, R.1, A. D. Chave2, F. K. Duennebier3, D. R. Yoerger2, R. Petitt2, D. Harris3, F.
Proceedings of the Ocean Drilling Program - Initial Reports Volume 200 - Drilling at the Hawaii-2 Observatory and the Nuuanu Landslide - Sites 1223 and 1224 Hardcover...
Abstract. Beneath 5000 m of water midway between Hawaii and California, the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H20) rests on the seafloor (Figure 1). Telemetry and power come to...
Leg 200: Drilling at the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) and the Nuuanu Landslide Figure 6. A portion of the FMS log in Hole 1224F showing the borehole wall images between...
ocean observatories (including the Hawaii-2 Observatory, H2O), and negotiated the donation of cables from AT&T for the scientific community. He
Scientists extend their reach into the deep with pioneering undersea cable networks H2O (Hawaii-2 Observatory) - In 1998, scientists used the remotely operated...
The Hawaii-2 Observatory seismic system is currently transmitting high-quality seismic data from the ocean floor in the central NE Pacific Ocean through Hawaii to the...
Title: Effects of Local Structure on Seafloor Ambient Noise at the Hawaii-2 Observatory: Authors: Bromirski, P. D.; Stephen, R.; Duennebier, F. K.
Get this from a library! Drilling at the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) and the Nuuanu landslide : covering leg 200 of the cruises of the drilling vessel JOIDES...
CiteSeerX - Scientific documents that cite the following paper: Hawaii-2 observatory pioneers opportunities for remote instrumentation in ocean studies
The Hawaii-2 Observatory: Observation of Nanoearthquakes on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
The Hawaii-2 Observatory Alan D. Chave (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) The Hawaii-2 (HAW-2) submarine telephone cable was laid in 1964 between San Luis Obispo...
Official Full-Text Publication: The Hawaii-2 Observatory seismic system on ResearchGate, the professional network for scientists.
Abstract The Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) is a permanent deep ocean research facility located about halfway between California and Hawaii. The H2O infrastructure...
1 Fig. 1. Location diagram of the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O - shallow buried three-component seismometer with seafloor pressure), the Ocean Seismic Network Pilot...
H2O is currently not operating. See the UPDATE page for details. The Hawaii-2 Observatory was installed in September, 1998, on the retired Hawaii-2 coaxial...
Click on map for full-size image: In September 1998, a permanent deep ocean scientific research facility - the Hawaii-2 Observatory, or H2O - was installed on a...
EOS Article on H2O (PDF format) H2O: The Hawaii-2 Observatory, submitted to Elsevier series on Developments in Marine Technology (PDF format)
A permanent deep ocean scientific research facility-the Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O)-was installed on the retired HAW-2 commercial submarine telephone cable in...
Hawaii-2 Observatory (H20) The NSF Academic Research Infrastructure Program has funded a proposal, "The Hawaii-2 Observatory: a deep-ocean geoscience facility re...
FDSN code: H2 Operated by: University of Hawaii (UH) Network name: Hawaii 2 Observatory (H2O) Deployment region
situation with the Hawaii-2 Observatory [1], now in operation half way between Hawaii and California, and it will
The Hawaii-2 Observatory (H2O) is a permanent deep ocean research facility located about halfway between California and Hawaii. The H2O infrastructure consists of a...