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The Global Coherence Monitoring System

The GCMS is a global network of sensitive magnetic field detectors that monitor fluctuations in the Earth’s geomagnetic fields and resonances in the ionosphere.

System Sensor Site Map

The Global Coherence Monitoring System has planned 12 sensor sites strategically placed around the world.

The Global Coherence Monitoring System

The blue icons are sensor sites that have been installed and are gathering data.

The red icons are places that we need to install a sensor site.

The first prototype of the Global Coherence Monitoring System was built in 2008, named Maggie. After testing the Sensor Site it was decided that it would be best to put the wires in tubing underground to protect them against weather.

"Maggie" Prototype of GCMS

Maggie Prototype of GCMS

GCI001 California, USA

GC GCI001 California, USA

GCI002 Hofuf, Saudi Arabia

GCI002 Hofuf, Saudi Arabia

GCI003 Lithuania

GCI003 Lithuania

GCI004 Alberta, Canada

GCI004 Alberta, Canada

GCI005 Northland, New Zealand

GCI005 Northland, New Zealand

GCI006 Hluhluwe, South Africa

GCI006 Hluhluwe, South Africa

So far, we have 7 of the 12 Global Coherence Monitoring System funded. The next sensor site to be installed is in Colombia.

To learn how you can make an individual or organizational donation, or sponsor a sensor site, click here.

GCMS Installation

South Africa

The Global Coherence Monitoring System was installed in the KwaZulu Natal province, South Africa in June 2015. This informative video shows, from start to finish, the installation of the sensor.

Making of a Sensor Site

Alberta, Canada

To view an informative picture story that shows how a Global Coherence Monitoring System (GCMS) is designed, built and maintained, from start to finish, click here.

Making of a Sensor Site - Alberta, Canada