|Host||US Geological Survey|
|Telemetry Status at the NEIC||Pending|
The seismometer vault is built into a hillside and has an overburden of approximately 3 meters. Piers are isolated from floor and connected to bedrock. Temperature and humidity in the vault are stable. There is a four lane highway located 1100 feet from the vault. Traffic is heavy, and includes large trucks.
The vault is on interfingering lenticular units of volcanic breccia, conglomerate, sandstone and siltstone of cretaceous age. Seismometer piers are attached to decomposed rock of these materials.