The Sudbury Regional Seismic Network, SRSN, is a set of twelve short period seismographs distributed around the Sudbury Mining District, in Ontario, Canada. The project is organized by CAMIRO, the Canadian Mining Industry Research Organization, and Laurentian University school of Engineering. Sponsors of the SRSN are FNX Mining Company Inc., Vale Inco Ltd. and Xstrata Nickel. The Rainbow District School Board is gratefully acknowledged for their support in providing sites for four of the sensors.
The SRSN is operated and maintained jointly between Itasca Canada, Laurentian University and the Australian Centre for Geomechanics. The seismic system monitors all corners of the Sudbury basis, providing the location and magnitude of mining-induced seismic events from the eleven currently operating mines. For more information about the SRSN, please contact Charles Graham, director of CAMIRO or Marty Hudyma, Assistant Professor at Laurentian University.