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January 31, 2003 4:01 PM   Subscribe

The Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network Live in Washington or Oregon? Felt a little rumble recently (like I did)? Want to see if it was an earthquake? You can even check out the live seismographs, including some on Mt. St. Helens.
posted by doorsnake (5 comments total)

 
A world-wide map and chart of recent significant earthquake information is also available at the USGS National Earthquake Information Center.
posted by yonderboy at 5:12 PM on January 31, 2003


Forensic seismology and the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty at Lawrence Livermore Labs. Explosions lack the large, delayed shear waves associated with earthquakes: Indian nuclear test, 1998 (measuring 4.7). A little more on the Indian test and problems with CTBT seismic monitoring at physicsweb.
posted by eddydamascene at 6:07 PM on January 31, 2003


very helpful real-time earthquake map of SF-bay region (from USGS) that i often run to when wondering if the floor was really moving--or if i was just crazy drunk.
posted by _sirmissalot_ at 6:17 PM on January 31, 2003


Haven't felt any earthquakes north of Portland at this point. . . but to tangent off for a sec, I've been lately listening to the Portland, OR and SeaTac Air Traffic controllers online, providing some bizarre backdrop to my writing and designing late at night.

Now I know its not really related, but I figured now we're half way to being able to monitor any major disaster in the Pacific Northwest via the web.
posted by jdaura at 9:15 PM on January 31, 2003


There was a "swarm" (over 28 quakes) near San Ramon, CA today... I'm about fifteen miles away, and only felt the largest one (4.2).
posted by eddydamascene at 12:33 AM on February 3, 2003


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