The IS-EPOS platform is used for storage of new data acquired during the S4CE project. It will enable better integration and communication within the Consortium. In addition, the project members will benefit from the data, services and facilities already available in the portal. IS-EPOS will store S4CE seismic data, operational data and geo-data.
S4CE project’s episodes are available here:
For S4CE partners:
How to register?
- First sign up or log in here
- Don’t forget to request affiliation to S4CE Project: Being part of S4CE project on IS-EPOS entitle you to have access to the content of the Platform that is restricted only to the project members. You can request a project affiliation from your profile configuration page. Your membership will be verified with the official project members list.
- Now you have access to S4CE seismic data, operational data and geo-data.
How to access S4CE data?
To access the data, services and facilities available on the platform please go on the website. Note access to data from the S4CE project is restricted and under embargo till the 31/08/2020, however a preview providing some information on these episodes can be found by visiting S4CE project on IS-EPOS.
The Induced Seismicity-European Plate Observing System (IS-EPOS) platform was developed as a working prototype under the 2013-2015 IS-EPOS project to achieve the goal of a digital research space for induced seismicity. In 2016 it became operational in providing facilities (applications), data (episodes) and documentation for research on induced seismicity and anthropogenic hazards related to the exploration and exploitation of geo-resources (Lasocki & Orlecka-Sikora, 2016; Leptokaropoulos et al, 2018) . The platform forms an integral component of a pan-European multidisciplinary research infrastructure and serves the EPOS project in the provision of the Thematic Core Service for Anthropogenic Hazards (EPOS TCS-AH) https://tcs.ah-epos.eu/.
EPOS TCS AH: EPOS Thematic Core Service – Anthropogenic Hazards is a part of the European Plate Observing System (EPOS IP Project) and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 676564.
EPOS TCS-AH and its utilisation of the IS-EPOS platform provides big data storage along with open digital accessibility on a sustainable and flexible computational platform allowing data visualisation and analysis using state of the art applications. These services are important for research* and improving the management of anthropogenic hazards both now and in the future and have multiple benefits including;
- Access to over 30 applications/ advanced methodologies for data handling, processing, visualisation and analysis including integrated data visualisation and time dependent seismic hazard analysis.
- A continuously growing number of platform episodes with 7 implemented under the framework of the SHEER (Shale gas Exploration and Exploitation induced Risks) project which includes data from shale gas and conventional hydrocarbon extraction sites as well as geothermal extraction sites.
- Private workspaces and open forum features to enable better integration and communication (i.e. within the S4CE Consortium and/or with other registered users).
Lasocki, S. and Orlecka-Sikora, B. (2016) “Integrated approach to geophysical hazards induced by exploration and exploitation of georesources – to facilitate the way of attaining excellence, EPOS Newsletter 1, July 2016 https://www.epos-ip.org/integrated-approach-geophysical-hazards-induced-exploration-and-exploitation-georesources-facilitate
Leptokaropoulos, K., Cielesta, S., Staszek, M. et al. (2018). IS‑EPOS: A Platform For Anthropogenic Seismicity Research, Acta Geophysica, Springer International Publishing, doi:10.1007/s11600-018-0209-z. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11600-018-0209-z