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* Useful Quake & Volcano Links *

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posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 07:46 PM

Useful ATS Quake & Volcano Links

Current on-going ATS threads for Earthquakes and Volcanoes

These links take you to the last post in each thread.


Quake Watch 2010
Discussion of events worldwide usually above Magnitude 5. Has a special interest theme on New Zealand area as well.

Volcano Watch 2010


What's going on at Yellowstone?
Be warned this is an extremely long thread running to over 600 pages. Focuses specifically on the Yellowstone caldera.


Volcanoes in Iceland
Thread discussing the current status in Iceland with a mix of news, videos and technical discussion. Hosted by an Icelander.

Eyjafjallajökull Caldera Eruption
Thread more specific to the ongoing watch of Eyjafjallajökull

External Earthquake Links

Most of these include worldwide quakes. (Worldwide coverage normally restricted to 4.5 magnitude upwards) Each area includes it's local quakes

Latest Earthquakes in the World - Past 7 days
Latest Earthquakes Magnitude 2.5 or Greater in the United States and Adjacent Areas and Magnitude 4.5 or Greater in the Rest of the World - Last 7 days

Significant Earthquake and News Headlines
(Leads to archives for previous years)

Live Earthquake Mashup
Draws data from the sites below.

Canada - Earthquakes of the last 30 days
List earthquakes for 30 days, 1 year or 5 years.

EMSC (European Mediterranean)
European and worldwide earthquakes

RSOE Emergency & Disaster Information Service
European and worldwide disaster and emergency alert site.

New Zealand Geonet - Recent NZ Earthquakes

Russia Russian Academy of Sciences - Geophysical Survey

China Earthquake National Centre
(In Chinese) There are some good historical maps and graphs in the links.

Ecuador Portal del Instituto Geofísico - EPN
Note: This sites uses frames for navigation so you need to find the bit you want on the menus down the side.

Greece - Recent Earthquakes (4.0+)
Institute Of Geodynamics, National Observatory of Athens. It looks as if this is 4.0+ upwards only. Has a map.

Greece - Latest Monthly List
Institute Of Geodynamics, National Observatory of Athens. Be aware that this page unlike most shows the earliest quake first so you need to scroll down for the latest.

Iceland Whole country - earthquakes during the last 48 hours

Indonesian Earthquakes (Indonesian Seismological Service)
Site is in Indonesian but is reasonably easy to navigate.

Indonesian Earthquakes (Discover Indonesia)
An English language site giving good details of Indonesian earthquakes.

Iran Last 72 earthquakes
Iranian International Institute of Earthquake Engineering & Seismology

Peru Instituto Geophysico del Peru

Turkish Earthquake site

United Kingdom Recent Earthquakes Reported by BGS

USGS how much bigger calculator
Compare the size of one earthquake to another

Helicorder plots

Live Internet Seismic Server
A list of seismographic stations around the world showing thumbnails of the latest available recorder plots. Very useful for an overall view of what is going on in the world seismically speaking

Pacific North-West Webicorders
The original webicorder site of PacificNW

Pacific NW Interactive Webicorders
New interactive site version of above


SI / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report
Reports of current volcano activity from the Smithsonian Institute. Updated weekly.

USGS report on volcanoes exhibiting elevated activity.

The Eruptions Blog

John Search - VolcanoLive blog site


Volcano Webcams

Caribbean Area

Montserrat Volcano Observatory

Greece and Islands

Santorini - Greece (Caldera Cam)
Santorini - Greece (Volcano Cam)


Kilauea Crater
Mauna Loa Summit
Other HVO Webcams


Hekla (Streaming)
Volcano types: Stratovolcano Fissure vents [Summit Elev: 1491 m, Latitude: 63.98°N / Longitude: 19.70°W] One of Iceland's most prominent and active volcanoes
Katla (Streaming)|
The Katla volcano [63.63 N, 19.05 W] is 4,961 feet (1512 meters) high and categorized as a sub-glacial volcano
Eyjafjoll - Thorosfelli (Streaming)
Eyjafjoll - Hvolsvelli (Streaming)
Mulakot Airfield Cameras (Static)


Mt Etna Cam 3
Mt Etna Cam 4
Etna Webcams Page


Mt Asama


Colima Elev: 3850 m
Popocatapetl Elev: 5426 m North America's 2nd-highest volcano.

New Zealand

White Island (Static)

North America

Mount Redoubt Hut Has links off to other Alaskan web cams
Mt St Helens - Hi Res(1024)
Mt St Helens - Med Res(640)
Old Faithful Streaming
Old Faithful Static
Mammoth Springs 1
Mammoth Springs 2
Mt Washburn

South America

Chaiten - Chile
Lliama Camera 1 - Chile
Lliama Camera 2 - Chile
Lliama Camera 3 - Chile
Lliama Camera 4 - Chile
Villarica Camera 1
Villarica Camera 2
Villarica Camera 3
Villarica Camera 4
Nevado del Huila - Columbia
Tungurahua Volcano - Ecuador

Tsunami Warnings

Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre Pacific Ocean, Hawai'i, Indian Ocean and Caribbean Sea.
Joint Australian Tsunami Warning Centre Based in Melbourne and Canberra.

[edit on 2/8/2010 by PuterMan]

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 07:56 PM
Please feel free to add more links if you have them

I will be putting this as a link in my signature,

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:35 PM
reply to post by PuterMan

Brilliant Puterman!!!!

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:39 PM
THANKS!!! I am starting to think you are the best thing since sliced bread. hmmm if I developed a crush on you, you wouldn't tell my husband would you. lol

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:42 PM
As usual, Puterman, a thorough and useful post... thanks.

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:42 PM

Originally posted by BooBoo46
THANKS!!! I am starting to think you are the best thing since sliced bread. hmmm if I developed a crush on you, you wouldn't tell my husband would you. lol

Get in line...

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:49 PM
reply to post by MoorfNZ

hmmm....maybe he could start a harem?

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 08:52 PM
reply to post by MoorfNZ

don't know how to reply to the both of you - the line is long for that I am sure - - but don't forget the stars and flags -

Now to figure out Puterman - for your signature - how to keep an ongoing rolling list of usefull links - as obtained without the back and forth of discussion? - - wonder if you could get special treatment from the mod's to add it to your original post?

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 09:06 PM
very nicely done S and F for you my friend.

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 09:15 PM
One of the most useful sources for information regarding the power of Mother Earth, anywhere!

Thank you very much for putting this all together. Fantastic!

Star & Flag!

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 09:42 PM
reply to post by PuterMan

Here are links to some Privately owned Raw data Helicorders

Friendswood, USA (Z channel)
Spring, Texas, USA
Fairbanks, Alaska USA (SPZ)
Fairbanks, Alaska USA (BBZ)

Jon Friman's helicorder
Green = No data have been recorded.
Black = Data registered. Noise generated single spikes.
Red = An earthquake has been recorded. Noise figure sometimes single red spikes.
Orange = Remote earthquake has been recorded (Tele Seismic event).

Hvammstangi, Iceland
Heklubyggð, Iceland (Hekla)

If this gets to complicate to update I will add it as a web page on my own site.

Edit: One more I forgot

This is a translated page

Guatemala Daily Volcano bulletin

[edit on 2/8/2010 by PuterMan]

posted on Aug, 2 2010 @ 09:49 PM


thank you!

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 01:44 AM

Heres a few I have picked up over the years. ( just the ones not mentioned in your original post)

Geoscience Australia Australian quakes and large Global events picked up in Australia.

Mexico SSN Mexican Quakes, in Spanish but easy to follow. Hover your cursor over Sismicidad Reciente, and select "Ultimos sismos" from the drop down box, gives list of quakes for last 12 days. Time (Hora) is local but can be chaned by clicking "horario GMT" in red at the top of the list. ( can't give direct link to that list)

INPRES ( INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PREVENCIÓN SÍSMICA) Another Spanish language site. Gives last 15 quakes in Argentina. Click on " Sismos Recientes" in left hand column for list.

DOST (Philippines EQ Site) Local Time
That one came from here
Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Siesmology

INGV Italian
Insttuto Nazionale di Geofisica e Volcanologia - Centro Nazionale Terremoti
This part in Italian.
Came from here

IGN Spanish, last 30 days in Spain, in GMT

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 01:51 AM
one of the best post yet!!!! well done, well done, again BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!!

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 02:10 AM
Great job,
as usual I would say.

So, it's looking like Puterman is going to have to add 007 to his nickname, to please all the Ladies around here. ;-)

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 02:52 AM
Thank you puterman for putting all of this together!!!!!

It's so very nice to have this all in one place.

Uhm just to let you know uhm I think one your links is posted twice, the live seismic meter page. It's also posted as a link under "Pacific NW Interactive Webicorders" I think you meant to put this link instead...

Thanks again for doing all of this. Star and flag for you!!


posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 04:26 AM

Brazil- list and google maps

Costa Rica last 10 events with google maps links for each quake

Nicaragua map and list last 10 days

San Salvador - Servicio Nacionales de Estudios Territoriales, San Salvador last 10 events

ASC - India, Indian Ocean and surrounding countries

Taiwan - no direct link to earthquake lists, but click on "earthquakes" in left column, then "Earthquake Report" give list last 7 days earthquakes in Taiwan (local time)

NORSAR - 7 day list for Norway/Sweden/Finland/Russia/North Sea/Arctic, quite a complex site, the dates are by 1-365 ie today is 2010-214 (214th day of the year)

Some countries don't publish all their quakes as lists, you have to search for them

New Zealand earthquakes can be found by using this page, just enter the dates maybe the magnitudes that you are interested in and select the type of download you want. Leave the lat, long boxes empty to get results for whole country, or use the red cursor box to select an area on the map
Geonet quakesearch

Japan is the same, use this page by selecting the date parameters, creates a list
NIED search and download

[edit on 3-8-2010 by muzzy]

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 10:33 AM
There is so much links in the OP, it can keep me busy for a while!

It is interesting to see how information has become so pervasive. 20 years ago, the only way an average person could follow earthquakes was with newspaper! Now we have everything accessible in realtime.


posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 12:46 PM
reply to post by Antoniastar

Thanks very much. Yes I got that one wrong.

I think the only problem with this thread is going to be updating it in a way that it still makes sense. I can't get back to change that one now.

posted on Aug, 3 2010 @ 02:47 PM
Puterman, in addition, please put your software link back in your signature

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