The Geomagnetic Program, after that part of the United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, started operate in Fairbanks throughout the Second International Polar Year, 1932-1934, as part of an effort with the Department of Terrestrial Magnetism of the Carnegie Institution. Today, the College observatory lies on the College International Geophysical Observatory, a facility established in 1996 with a collaborative effort in between the USGS Geomagnetism Program and the University of Alaska. A borehole seismometer for the USGS Global Seismic Network; A seismometer for the Alaskan Tsunami Warning Center; A small coil-caliboration facility developed in collaboration with the University and the USGS; A magnetometer ran for the Geophysical Institute Magnetometer Array; An infrasound variety operated by the Infrasound Research Group of the UAF/GI; World-Wide Lightning Location Network.
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