posted on Jan, 17 2007 @ 08:11 AM
Hello, I thought I would add a few linkeys for anyone who is interested and does not have them yet.
For the quakes, scroll down a bit, and on the left you can click on either us quakes or world quakes. If you see one or a cluster that grabs your
attention, you can click on the ‘volcano’ tab to see if it was one of the volcanoes in the vicinity.
USGS live internet seismic servers
You can watch them as they go there. It is updated every 30 min. you will notice that a lot of them will show storm noise or water noise. After you
watch for a little bit you will be able to easily tell the difference between normal noise and quakes.
I didn’t want to link you to a specific page at Norsar. So that is the link to the Home page. There is a lot of interesting info at that site, and
quite a few seismographs. Their site is set up quite a bit different than the USGS, so I have found it is best to go through that site well and
find the pages you like the best and bookmark it.
Lots of great info there. The ‘Breaking News’ link there will also give you info about notable quakes.
Iris is packed full if all kinds of info.
I am adding a link to SOHO, due to the fact that the sun's activity, comets, and so forth are often discussed when odd things happen.
And if you are new to the site, please dont be shy, if you find something interesting, post it so we can all take a look, and if you have a question,
ask it. Someone is bound to either have the answer, or know where to find it.
[edit on 17-1-2007 by mrsdudara]