Long-term accumulation and improvements in seismic event data for the polar regions by the International Seismological Centre

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The International Seismological Centre (ISC) is a non-governmental non-profit making organization funded by 62 research and operational institutions around the world and charged with the production of the ISC Bulletin - the definitive summary of the global seismicity based on reports from over 130 agencies worldwide, including those active in Polar regions. Jointly with the National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC) of the United States Geological Survey (USGS), the ISC runs the International Seismic Station Registry. The ISC is also charged with maintaining the International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth Interior (IASPEI) Reference event List. The new ISC product, the ISC Event Bibliography allows users to obtain references to scientific articles describing specific seismic events, natural and anthropogenic. In this paper we demonstrate how these products and services are applicable to seismic events both in Arctic and Antarctic regions. We also give a summary of the ISC data in polar regions and provide credit to Institutions that report these data to the ISC.

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Storchak, D. A., Kanao, M., Delahaye, E., & Harris, J. (2015). Long-term accumulation and improvements in seismic event data for the polar regions by the International Seismological Centre. Polar Science, 9(1), 5–16. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polar.2014.08.002

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