Rodney W. Whitaker
Los Alamos Natl. Lab., EES-5 MS F665, LANL, Los Alamos, NM 87545
Los Alamos National Laboratory has had an active program of atmospheric infrasonic measurement for the last 10 years, in the frequency region of 0.1--10 Hz. During this time, substantial data have been gathered on acoustic signals from underground nuclear tests, earthquakes, and large conventional explosions, often at long range. Normal operational activity, issues of long-range propagation, and interesting data examples will be discussed. Recent work related to a low level environmental noise problem will also be presented.