VLF sound player

Kagoshima(Japan) VLF sounds
         2007   2008   2009   2010   2011   2012   2013   2014   2015   2016
Athabasca(Canada) VLF sounds
         2012   2013   2014   2015   2016

These data can be used only for non-commercial scientific purposes.
When you use these data at any presentation and/or publication, please
contact the Principal Investigator (PI) of the project, Kazuo Shiokawa
(shiokawa at stelab.nagoya-u.ac.jp) for authorship/acknowledgements.

This VLF sound player is prepared by Yoshiyuki Hamaguchi of STEL,
Nagoya University.

#Notice : This sound file may be too big for downloading
(e.g., KAG: 4.8MB/file, ATH: 470MB/file). Please also be careful not to
turn up the sound volume too high when you listen the sound.
#As for the browser and plug in, Firefox and QuickTime are recommended.

# File format :
The file format of these sounds is based on the wav format.
The first 44 bytes are wav headers followed by the sound data.
VLF sound of Kagoshima is stored at 2 bytes /sample, one channel,
20kHz and corresponds to the magnetic field variation in the E-W direction.
VLF sound of Athabasca is stored at 2 bytes /sample, 4 channels,100kHz.
Channel 1 of Athabasca is the magnetic field variation in the N-S
direction,and channel 2 for the E-W direction.

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Last modified: Jul.15, 2013