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Annual Report 1999-2000

Annex I Status of Australian IMS Stations

Table 24 Australian IMS StationsStatus as at 30 June 2000

 

Type

Status1

Operator2

Primary Seismic Stations

Warramunga, NT

array[31]

XUT

ANU

Alice Springs, NT

array

X

AGSO/ US

Stephens Creek, NSW

3-C[32]

XU

AGSO

Mawson, Antarctica

3-C

X

AGSO

Auxiliary Seismic Stations

Charters Towers, QLD

3-C

X

AGSO

Fitzroy Crossing, WA

3-C

X

AGSO

Narrogin, WA

3-C

X

AGSO

InfrasoundStations

Warramunga, NT

 

XSUT

ANU

Hobart, TAS

 

S

AGSO

Shannon, WA

 

S

AGSO

Cocos Islands

 

P

AGSO

Davis Base, Antarctica

 

P

AGSO

Radionuclide Stations

Particulates (all)

 

Melbourne, VIC

Noble gas

XSUT

ARPANSA

Perth, WA

Noble gas

XSUT

ARPANSA

Townsville, QLD

 

XS

ARPANSA

Darwin, NT

 

XS

ARPANSA

Cocos Islands

 

S

ARPANSA

Macquarie Island, TAS

 

P

ARPANSA

Mawson, Antarctica

 

P

ARPANSA

Radionuclide Laboratory

Melbourne, VIC

 

X

ARPANSA

HydroacousticStations

Cape Leeuwin, WA

Hydrophone array

SU

AGSO

Key

1. Status codes

2. Operators

P planned new station

X existing station (upgrade required―except radionuclide lab)

S site survey work underway or completed

U establishment/upgrade work underway or completed

T testing and evaluation underway for certification against CTBT standards

AGSO Australian Geological Survey Organisation

ANU Australian National University

ARPANSA Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency

(Anticipated operators shown with italics.)

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