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Earthquake Links & More

EMSC (Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center) [link to (secure)]

EMSC (mobile link ~ my go-to even on my laptop) [link to (secure)]

USGS (United States Geological Survey ~ magnitude 2.5+ U.S.) [link to (secure)]

Georgia Tech [link to]

PNSN (Pacific Northwest Seismic Network) [link to (secure)]

GeoNet (Geological hazard information for New Zealand) [link to]

Global Incident Live Earthquake Map [link to]

Canary Islands [link to]

China Earthquake Administration [link to]

British Geological Survey [link to]

Swiss Seismological Service [link to]

Yellowstone Seismogram Thumbnails [link to]

Live ABC7 Quake Cam [link to]

IRIS (Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology) [link to]

Live Feed of Earthquake 3D [link to http://www.earthquakelink] hider/

University of Utah [link to]

Recent Earthquakes in California and Nevada [link to]

Earth Wind Map [link to (secure)]

National Data Buoy Center [link to]

GOES Satellites [link to (secure)]

SDO [link to (secure)]

Solar Flares [link to]


BARTOL Cosmic Rays [link to]

RSOE [link to]

Moon [link to]

Volcano Discovery [link to (secure)]
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(12-28-2017 11:28 PM)G-Zero Guest Wrote: [ -> ]Pin pin

who the fuck is this? blink

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thanks for the share

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Huge list ...

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Most recent earthquakes world-wide

Earthquake list: past 24 hours (only M>=2.5) (106 quakes)

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Earthquake Swarm in U.S. City Has Lasted 7 Days Straight—What's Going On? ver

Smith said that the area around Reno is used to seeing swarms of small earthquakes—similar clusters happened in 2013 and 2015. Nevada as a whole is seismically extremely active, with the third highest tally of large quakes in the past 150 years. That's of a piece with the American West at large. "We see swarms like this from time to time, so it's not an unusual occurrence," John Bellini, a geophysicist at the U.S. Geological Survey, told Newsweek. "Swarms sometimes can go on for months."
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