Will the level of seismic noise at Livingston Observatory interfere with the detection of gravity waves from binary inspirals?
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Radon Anomalies in ground water related to seismic events
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Precision limits of the modern Cavendish device: thermal noise measurement regimes and strategies in the torsion pendulum
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Monitoring technique for seepage line of tailings dam
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Model independent numerical procedure for the diagonalization of a Multiple Input Multiple Output dynamic system
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Mirror suspension system for the TAMA SAS
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Long-term study of the seismic environment at LIGO
E J Daw; J A Giaime; D Lormand
Inertial control of the mirror suspensions of the VIRGO interferometer for gravitational wave detection
Braccini, S.; Cuoco, E.; Ferrante, I.
Improved low frequency seismic noise isolation system for gravitational wave detectors
Luo, J.; Long, F.; Fan, S. H.
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V B Braginsky; Yu Levin; S P Vyatchanin
Guidelines for selecting seismic detectors for high-resolution applications
Lepper, C. Melvin
Forensic seismology revisited
Evidence for Discovery of Gravitational Radiation
Dislocation movement and hysteresis in Maraging blades
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Development of a double pendulum for gravitational wave detectors
Duffy, Michelle; Poker, Jennifer; Stuver, Amber
Detection and Analysis of Near-Surface Explosions on the Kola Peninsula
Gibbons, Steven; Ringdal, Frode
Current status of Japanese detectors
Daisuke Tatsumi; Ryutaro Takahashi; Koji Arai
Calibration of exploratory seismic detectors based on a sudden change in gravitational acceleration
Kabychenko, N. V.
Anatomy of the TAMA SAS seismic attenuation system
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Allegro: noise performance and the ongoing search for gravitational waves
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Alignment sensing and control in advanced LIGO
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Alarm-Seismo 3 automated monitoring station
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Advanced LIGO: the next generation of gravitational wave detectors
Gregory M Harry; the LIGO Scientific Collaboration; the LIGO Scientific Collaboration
Adaptive thermal compensation of test masses in advanced LIGO
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Active seismic isolation for enhanced LIGO detectors
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A Proposal for Establishing A Gravitational-Wave Detector Interferometer in Pakistan
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19th International Conference on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, Besançon, France, 31 August-4 September 1998
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