by Anthony Shakal and Criag Scrivner
Shakal, Anthony, and Criag Scrivner (2000). TriNet Engineering Strong Motion Data Center. SMIP2000
Seminar on Utilization of Strong-Motion Data, p. 115 - 124.
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The TriNet project greatly increases the number of strong motion recordings available after
significant earthquakes. A means of communicating that data to the earthquake engineering
community in the aftermath of major earthquakes is described, which can be viewed as an Internet
based evolution of the customary Quick Reports and full data reports produced after significant
earthquakes. A second evolution is that the post-earthquake data collection will be multi-
agency. In parallel, the low-amplitude records obtained at modern strong motion stations will
routinely be made available through the seismological data center of the Southern California
Earthquake Center for seismological analysis.