As we all know geoseismology records the measurments of earthquakes as they occur. I live on a tetonic plate and we have 4-6 earthquakes a day in our area. I get realtime seismology recordings.
We can actually feel them, OK thats normal. But we hear some of them too. They come from different directions, including straight up, as we have 3 dormant volcanos here on the Island.
That means that we hear the sound before the quake hits us. I am wondering what I could use (a ground Mic ?) as I have the software to record it and log it at the same time. I use the NASA Radio Jove Project software, Skypipe.
I am somewhat out of the elements with this and wanted to ask if anyone knew anything that could help out in this endeavor.
Thanks for any input.