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By Steve Malone, Urs Kradolfer and Swiss Seismological Service


It's time to revisit one of the more successful and popular seismic data access systems available on the Internet. The Automatic Data Request Manager (AutoDRM) is approach-ing ten years old but is going strong, providing access to ever-increasing amounts of seismic data for more and more users. A fairly complete description of the development of the AutoDRM was one of the first guest columns of the Elec-tronic Seismologist back in the summer of 1996. The system has undergone relatively few changes and enhancements since then, attesting to its original good design and thought-ful execution. If anything, its success is also one of its current problems; there are so many data available via the AutoDRM mechanism that it is hard to keep up with what is available when and from where. To help with this problem the father of AutoDRM is back at it, having now produced asystem for summarizing data availability from the myriad of Auto-DRM's and providing this summary via a simple set of Web pages and, yes, via an AutoDRM e-mail request method as well. Urs Kradolfer is again our guest columnist o explain this new service

Year: 2016
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