A seismic network was installed in the Helsinki capital area of Finland to monitor the response to a 6 km deep geothermal stimulation experiment in 2018. The Institute of Seismology, University of Helsinki (ISUH), installed these 100 geophones in addition to five surface broadband sensors and a 13-site borehole network deployed by the operating company. The stations operated for 106 days between 7 May and 20 August 2018 (day 127 to 232). The data set consists of raw CUBE-recorder data and converted MSEED data.
|Date made available||2 Oct 2019|
|Publisher||GFZ Data Services|
|Temporal coverage||7 May 2018 - 20 Aug 2018|
|Date of data production||1 Jan 2018 - 31 Dec 2018|
|Geographical coverage||Helsinki region; center point at Otaniemi Reservoir, Espoo, Finland|
|Geospatial point||60.18800, 24.82800|
Hillers, G. (Creator), Vuorinen, T. (Creator), Arola, E. (Data Collector), Katajisto, V. (Data Collector), Koskenniemi, P. (Contributor), McKevitt, B. (Data Collector), Rezaei, S. (Data Collector), Rinne, L. A. (Data Collector), Salmenperä, I. E. (Data Collector), Seipäjärvi, P. J. (Data Collector), Väkevä, S. (Data Collector), Voutilainen, A. I. (Data Collector), Arhe, K. (Contributor), Juntunen, A. K. (Contributor), Keskinen, J. (Contributor), Lindblom, P. (Contributor), Oinonen, K. (Contributor), Tiira, T. (Other) (2 Oct 2019). A 100 3-component sensor deployment to monitor the 2018 EGS stimulation in Espoo/Helsinki, southern Finland - Datasets. GFZ Data Services. http://doi.org/10.5880/GIPP.201802.1