Microtremor recordings from around Kathmandu for determining site amplification during the 2015 M7.6 Gorkha, Nepal Earthquake

Recordings from a Tromino Microtremor instrument (combined accelerometer and velocimeter). Collected by the EEFIT team Nepal mission in order to determine shear wave velocities, site frequencies and so to determine likely site amplification from around the Kathmandu valley. It is processed using Grilla Software, created by Micromed (now Moho) and the University of Bologna. This uses Nakamura's HVSR method (1989).