What is RESIF?
RESIF is a national equipment for the observation and understanding of the solid Earth. It is an ambitious instrument aimed at acquiring new top-quality data for disciplines like seismology, geodesy and gravimetry to advance the understanding of the dynamics of our planet.
Distributed over the whole of France, RESIF makes it possible to measure ground deformation on timescales from a fraction of a second to a decade. RESIF is a state-of-the-art research tool which helps to better characterise natural hazard and manage natural resources.
RESIF contributes to the European and Worldwide systems of instruments which can be used to image Earth’s interior in its totality and to study numerous natural phenomena.
14 September 2016
Position summary The European project EPOS (European Plate Observing System) is a long-term plan to facilitate integrated use of data, data products, and facilities from distributed research infrastructures for solid Earth science in Europe. (...)
14 September 2016
ISTerre, le service formation de la délégation Alpes du CNRS et RESIF organisent du 28 novembre au 1er décembre 2016 à Lyon une action nationale de formation (ANF) intitulée "la mesure en sismologie". Son objectif est d’accroître les compétences en (...)
8 July 2016
Description and tasks: RESIF is a french national equipment for the observation and understanding of the solid Earth. It is an ambitious instrument aimed at acquiring new top-quality data for disciplines like seismology, geodesy and gravimetry (...)
Operational stations: 795
Personnel involved: 103
Duration of construction:
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RHUM-RUM, mantle imaging in the hot spot of Reunion (island)
Emergence of networks in seismology condenses
SyNapSE: the New monitoring tool of permanent seismological stations
Portrait of Jérôme VERGNE, director of RESIF-RLBP and scientific director of RESIF-CLB.