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Subject: Re: Cap's KS36000 Seismometer
From: hammond hammond@...........
Date: Sat, 05 Apr 2003 16:29:02 -0900


As my good friend (who runs the Montana EQ Network) said: "You can take the 
guy out of seismology but you can't take the seismology out of the guy."

Yes, I'd be curious to know if any of the KS36000 instruments given away by 
ASL are running, either with PSN members or university groups.  Acquiring 
Cap's instrument is most likely going to be too much of a logistical 
problem for me to solve.  And even if I did get it, I suspect it would be 
damaged in shipping from NY to AK.  That is, if I could afford the shipping....

But, it would be cool to have one operational.  It would fit right in with 
my LASA instrument.



At 03:23 PM 4/5/2003, you wrote:
>Hi Bob,
>Glad to see that you're keeping busy in seismology!  I guess once it's in
>your blood, there's no way to avoid it.
>Good luck with the KS36000.  I understand it's not easy to get one going and
>that the manuals are critical.  I wonder if any of the PSN members who got one
>managed to get it running?
>At 06:29 PM 4/4/2003, you wrote:
>>Karl and other PSN folk,
>>I'm very interested in getting Cap's KS36000 seismometer.  I have an 
>>300+ foot dry well in bedrock which would be ideal for the instrument.
>>The problem is logistics:  I'm in Fairbanks, Alaska and the KS36000 is in 
>>New York.
>>Is there anyone on the list who might be willing to help with getting it 
>>ready to ship?
>>That is, if I'm the chosen recipient....
>>Bob Hammond
>>Public Seismic Network - Alaska


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