Publisher: Allerton Press, Inc.
ISSN PRINT: 0747-9239
ISSN ONLINE: 1934-7871
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Seismic Instruments is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the exploration of geophysical instruments employed in seismic research. In addition to detailing the instrumentation used for recording seismic waves, significant attention is directed toward solving instrumental-methodological problems of geophysical monitoring, applying various methods that are used to search for earthquake precursors, studying earthquake nucleation processes, and monitoring natural and technogenic processes. The description of the construction, working elements, and technical characteristics of the instruments, as well as some results of implementation of the instruments and interpretation of the results, are given. Attention is paid to seismic monitoring data and earthquake catalog quality analysis. The journal publishes original manuscripts submitted in English, as well as works translated from several other journals. The sources of content are indicated at the article level. The peer review policy of the journal is independent of the manuscript source, ensuring a fair and unbiased evaluation process for all submissions. As part of its aim to become an international publication, the journal welcomes submissions in English from all countries.
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