2014-05-01 to 2015-05-30
The great Sumatra fault (SF) is one of the most prominent examples for large strike-slip fault systems developing along subduction zones. A passive seismological experiment is carried out in northern Sumatra, close to the city of Banda Aceh. Our temporary seismological network is covering an interesting segment of the SF, which is also characterized by increased surrounding volcanic activity.

Related People

Person Institute
Trond Ryberg (PI) GFZ Potsdam
Klaus Bauer (Coapplicant) GFZ Potsdam
Christian Haberland (Coapplicant) GFZ Potsdam
Umar Muksin (Coapplicant) GFZ Potsdam

Used Equipment

Device Amount
Cube3 30


[4.8° N, 96.5° E]

Related Data

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