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Network CH
Station Code SKLW
Station Description Kloten, Waffenplatz, ZH
Latitude (WGS84) 47.463
Longitude (WGS84) 8.56745
Station altitude (CH1903) 428.0
running from 2015-05-29
...until now
Waveform Access open
Sensor Types Accelerometer
Geological Unit Gravel and sand ("Schotter")
Site Morphology Class T1
T1: flat; T2: slope; T3: ridge and T4: steep ridge;
following Pessina and Fiorini (2014) A GIS procedure for fast topographic characterization of seismic recording stations, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 63, p248-258
Site Morphology Description Glacial geomoprhology: shaped by the ice age glaciation (moraine, terminal moraine, current glacier)
Ground type EC8 B
Ground type SIA C
Basin Information in sedimentary basin
Reference Hobiger Manuel, Bergamo P., Maranò S., Michel C., Burjánek J., Pilz M. & Fäh D., "SITE CHARACTERIZATION REPORT SKLW: Kloten (ZH) - Waffenplatz", Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zürich, 2016
Resonance Frequency (Hz) .77
Uncertainty Factor -
Vs 30 (m/s) 402
Location Map

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Topography Map

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Geology Map

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Sensor locations

Location Code (none)
Opening Date 29-05-2015
End Date -
Housing Class Free field
Housing Description SSMNet small pot, concrete vault, sensor bolted to the foundation, distance to the closest building (2 story-high) 9m
sensor depth below station 0.5 m
Distance to Building (m) 9

Current Instrumentation

Location code (none)
On date 29-05-2015 08:53:00
Off date -
Sensor model EpiSensor ES-T
Sensor manufacturer Kinemetrics
Digitizer model Centaur
Digitizer manufacturer Nanometrics
Channels HGE , HGN , HGZ
Stream Noise (last week) HGE , HGN , HGZ

Site Characterization

channel group
Empirical Amplification
CH.SKLW..HG not available

Obtained from spectral modeling of small earthquakes with constant update.

  • Top: Fourier amplification with elastic (dashed line) and anelastic (solid line) amplification functions;
  • Centre: 5% damped response spectra amplification (anelastic);
  • Bottom: Number of recordings used.

See Edwards et al. (2013), Determination of Site Amplification from Regional Seismicity: Application to the Swiss National Seismic Networks. Seismological Research Letters, 84(4), 611–621.

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