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  • Disclaimer - NORSAR
    about the completeness accuracy reliability suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will NORSAR be liable for any loss or damage in connection with your use of data and information at or through this website Copying of

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  • Disclaimer - NORSAR
    availability with respect to the website or the information products services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose Any reliance you place on such information is therefore strictly at your own risk In no event will NORSAR be liable for any loss or damage in connection with your use of data and information at or through this website Copying of text and graphics from this website must

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  • NORSAR Innovation - NORSAR
    throughout the world The products are based on cutting edge research and supported by experienced sales and support teams The main applications of NORSAR Seismic Modelling packages are for survey planning illumination analysis travel time calculation and reservoir analysis NORSAR Innovation AS markets and sells the commercial software packages NORSAR 2D NORSAR 3D SeisRoX TM and VelRock Software support training and services are offered by a skilled group of geophysicists

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  • NORSAR Innovation - NORSAR
    geophysicists NORSAR Innovation AS is performing the major part of its activity out of a location in Bergen Norway More Click here to download the annual report for 2012 Older annual reports 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 News Contract between Det norske oljeselskap and NORSAR Det norske and NORSAR have signed a contract on research cooperation Read More Avdelingsleder for Seismologi og Prøvestanskontroll Vi søker en dyktig avdelingsleder til vår avdeling for Seismologi og Prøvestanskontroll Read More North Korea s nuclear test on 6 January 2016 The seismological observatory NORSAR at Kjeller recorded today 6 January 2016 at 01 40 48 UTC seismic signals from the announced underground nuclear test in North Korea This is the fourth in a sequence of tests carried out by North Korea since 2006 Read More Two year position in microseismic monitoring Due to a significant increase in project activities NORSAR is announcing an opening for a two year position within Microseismic Monitoring Read More NORSAR Synthetic 3D Seismic 2 0 for Petrel The NORSAR Synthetic 3D Seismic 2 0 plug in for Petrel is now available in the Ocean Store Read More Dimensjonering for jordskjelvlaster Sløser vi penger på dimensjonering for jordskjelvlaster i

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  • About Us - NORSAR
    compliance with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty CTBT NORSAR has its headquarters at Kjeller North East of Oslo Norway NORSAR s field installations are situated in Hedmark southern Norway Finnmark northern Norway and on the islands of Spitsbergen and Jan Mayen A field maintenance section is located at Hamar At the end of 2011 NORSAR had 46 employees of which approximately 65 are scientific personnel The wholly owned subsidiary NORSAR Innovation AS is performing the major part of its activity out of a location in Bergen Norway Click here to download the annual report for 2014 Older annual reports 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 NORSAR s research activities are focused on three main areas Nuclear Test Monitoring Since its establishment in 1968 NORSAR has conducted research and development within nuclear test monitoring by seismic array technology A key element in this activity is the operation of advanced seismic installations on mainland Norway Spitsbergen and Jan Mayen NORSAR is designated as the National Data Centre NDC of Norway for the technical tasks relating to the CTBT Seismic modelling Seismic modelling methods developed by NORSAR provide value added services to oil companies seismic contractors and

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  • CTBT - NORSAR
    The CTBT was negotiated in the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva and adopted by the UN General Assembly As of October 2012 the CTBT has been signed by 183 states and ratified by 157 of these The CTBT will enter into force when it has been ratified by 44 states listed in the Treaty Of these 36 states have ratified the Treaty as of October 2012 The CTBT bans all nuclear explosions in all environments An extensive verification regime is prescribed in the Treaty This regime consists of the following elements An International Monitoring System IMS with an International Data Center IDC Provisions for consultation and clarification On site inspections Confidence building measures The IMS comprises altogether 321 stations for seismological monitoring hydroacoustic monitoring infrasound monitoring and radionuclide monitoring The radionuclide stations are supported by 16 radionuclide laboratories in the analysis of samples The global distribution of these 337 facilities is show in the map to the right International Monitoring System IMS Click on image for larger version Data from IMS stations are transmitted to the IDC using a purpose built global communications infrastructure The IDC provides States Signatories with results from its analysis of IMS data The verification regime

    Original URL path: http://www.norsar.no/monitoring/print/697/0/ (2016-02-03)
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  • CTBT - NORSAR
    from 1974 which limited the yield of underground tests to 150 kilotons represented significant steps towards achievement of the CTBT The CTBT was negotiated in the Conference on Disarmament in Geneva and adopted by the UN General Assembly As of October 2012 the CTBT has been signed by 183 states and ratified by 157 of these The CTBT will enter into force when it has been ratified by 44 states listed in the Treaty Of these 36 states have ratified the Treaty as of October 2012 The CTBT bans all nuclear explosions in all environments An extensive verification regime is prescribed in the Treaty This regime consists of the following elements An International Monitoring System IMS with an International Data Center IDC Provisions for consultation and clarification On site inspections Confidence building measures The IMS comprises altogether 321 stations for seismological monitoring hydroacoustic monitoring infrasound monitoring and radionuclide monitoring The radionuclide stations are supported by 16 radionuclide laboratories in the analysis of samples The global distribution of these 337 facilities is show in the map to the right International Monitoring System IMS Click on image for larger version Data from IMS stations are transmitted to the IDC using a purpose

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  • The Treaty - NORSAR
    large majority of the states in the United Nations General Assembly exceeding the necessary two thirds of the General Assembly s Membership The Treaty bans all nuclear explosions in all environments for military or civilian purposes As of October 2012 157 states have ratified the CTBT and another 26 states have signed but not ratified it The treaty will enter into force 180 days after the 44 states listed in

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