You are on the home page of the RESIF collection, a subset of the open archive HAL.

This collection contains:

- documents illustrating the life of RESIF: articles, theses, communications and posters on the progress of the project, installation photos of the stations, network maps, instrument photos, videos...
- documents related to seismic events in metropolitan France and overseas departments: photos of damage caused by earthquakes, images of post-seismic missions, post-seismic reports, etc.

Everyone is free to deposit documents in this collection, simply by adding the keyword "RESIF" in the metadata when depositing in HAL, MediHal or TEL.

RESIF is a national research infrastructure dedicated to the observation and understanding of the structure and dynamics of the Inner Earth.  RESIF is based on high-tech observation networks, composed of seismological, geodetic and gravimetric instruments deployed in a dense manner throughout France. These data make it possible to study with high spatial and temporal resolution the deformation of the ground, surface and deep structures, seismicity on a local and global scale and natural hazards, and more particularly seismic hazards, on French territory.

RESIF is part of the European (EPOS - European plate observatory system) and global systems of instruments used to image the Earth's interior as a whole and to study many natural phenomena.

RESIF is a consortium of French research bodies and academic establishments. Coordinated by the CNRS-INSU, this network relies on the Observatoires des Sciences de l’Univers which are present throughout the whole of France and interact with universities and locale authorities.











Some photos of RESIF