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Seismic signal recorded on QSPA as function of hour (azimuth) and day (radius) over the 2008–2009 field season. The times of the four meals in the day during the field season (including midnight rations, “Midrats”) at Amundson–Scott base are roughly plotted, as well as the start and end of the field season (red and blue circles). (from Anthony et al., 2021)
Anthony, R. E., A. T. Ringler, M. DuVernois, K. R. Anderson, and D. C. Wilson (2021). Six Decades of Seismology at South Pole, Antarctica: Current Limitations and Future Opportunities to Facilitate New Geophysical Observations, Seismol. Res. Lett. XX, 1–18, doi: 10.1785/ 0220200448.