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Adam Ringler, Ph.D.

I am a scientist at the Albuquerque Seismological Laboratory.  I like to work on problems related to instrumentation and data quality.  If you have any queries please don't hesitate to contact me.

Publications

Ringler, A. T., R. E. Anthony, R. C. Aster, C. J. Ammon, S. Arrowsmith, H. Benz, C. Ebeling, W. -Y. Kim, H. C. P. Lau, V. Lekić, P. G. Richards, D. P. Schaff, M. Vallée, and W. Yeck (2021).  Achievements and prospects of global broadband seismic networks after 30 years of continuous geophysical observations, in review.

Ringler, A. T., R. E. Anthony, P. Davis, K. Hafner, R. Mellors, S. Schneider, and D. C. Wilson (2021).  Improved resolution across the Global Seismographic Network: A new era in low-frequency seismology, in review.

Anthony, R. E., A. T. Ringler, and D. C. Wilson (2021).  Seismic background noise levels across the Continental United States from USArray Transportable Array: The influence of geology and geopgraphy, in review.

Yang, Y., X. Song, and A. T. Ringler (2021).  An evaluation of the timing accuracy of global and regional seismic stations and networks, Seis. Res. Lett., in press.

Wilson, D. C., E. Wolin, W. Yeck, R. E. Anthony, and A. T. Ringler (2021).  Modeling seismic network detection thresholds using production picking algorithms, Seis. Res. Lett., in press.

Ringler, A. T. and R. E. Anthony (2021).  Local variations in broadband sensor installations: Orientations, sensitivities, and noise levels, Pure Appl. Geophys., in press.

Zürn, W., T. Forbriger, R. Widmer-Schnidrig, P. Duffner, and A. T. Ringler (2021).  Modeling tilt noise caused by atmospheric processes at long periods for several horizontal seismometers at BFO - A reprise, Geophys. J. Int., DOI: 10.1093/gji/ggab336 [Link]

Ringler, A. T., D. B. Mason, G. Laske, T. Storm, and M. Templeton (2021).  Why do my squiggles look funny? A gallery of compromised seismic signals, Seis. Res. Lett., DOI: 10.1785/0220210094 [Link]

Ringler, A. T., R. E. Anthony, C. A. Dalton, and D. C. Wilson (2021).  Rayleigh-wave amplitude uncertainty across the Global Seismographic Network and potential implications for global tomography, Bull. Seis. Soc. Amer.111 (3), 1273-1292. [Link]

Ringler, A. T., R. E. Anthony, D. C. Wilson, D. Auerbach, S. Bargabus, P. Davis, M. Gunnels, K. Hafner, J. F. Holland, A. Kearns, and E. Klimczak (2021).  A review of timing accuracy across the Global Seismographic Network, Seis. Res. Lett.92 (4), 2270-2281 [Link]

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 limitiations and future opportunities to facilitate new geophysical observations, Seis. Res. Lett.92 (5), 2718-2735. [Link]

Tape, C., A. T. Ringler, and D. L. Hampton (2020).  Recording the Aurora at seismometers across Alaska, Seis. Res. Lett., 91 (6), 3039-3053. [Link]

Alejandro, A. C. B., A. T. Ringler, D. C. Wilson, R. E. Anthony, and S. V. Moore (2020).  Towards understanding relationships between atmo

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