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What information is displayed on these plots?
Each of these plots displays seismic waveform traces from stations nearest the earthquake. In red are the picks of the first P-wave arrivals as determined by the real-time processing computer. The labels, PU, PD, or P, indicate whether the first motion is up, down, or undetermined. The pick times are used to calculate a preliminary event time and location which best fits the observations. Based on this event time and location, a predicted arrival time is calculated for each station and is plotted in green. The end of the coda is plotted in blue.
Originally posted by kattraxx
reply to post by Trexter Ziam
Damntheptb, any feelings like waves of heat in your body? Hard to describe. Any chills the past 24 hours? I recall these both before and after our EQ's.
Originally posted by Telafree
as far as the reno quakes bein volcanic in nature, all I can say is that they aren't mentioning the 'drumbeat' type quakes that happen when magma is moving underground.
Earthquakes and groundwater subsidence detected by InSAR in the Reno-Carson City-Lake Tahoe area, funded by the US Geological Survey Earthquake Hazard Reduction Program.
Originally posted by observe50
I am having a hard time with they don't know what is going on.
[edit on 21-5-2008 by observe50]