posted on Dec, 28 2011 @ 06:53 PM
Okay, here's the deal:
Take a look at what we call the "yellowstone thumbnails". This is a nice over-view of all the seismos in the park at a glance:
Looking at that, the seismo in question (pelican) is very obvious. Why is it obvious? Because it is the ONLY one that is such a mess. This is the
first clue that it is either local 'noise' or station interference.
If this were of seismic origin, it would show up on the other stations. If you look back at the graphs, you will see that the recent 6.6 in RUSSIA
shows up on these stations.(change the date to the 27th and click on generate report. See about half way down...the blue signal? THAT is the quake
in Russia) That gives you an idea of what I am talking about. A 'micro' quake right under the Pelican station would obviously show up biggest on
it...but it would also show up on ALL the other stations. Something big enough to make a mess like that, would be on ALL those stations if it were
seismic....or lava...or HT (harmonic tremor).
Trust me, I have gotten overly excited several times regarding quakes and 'noise' in Yellowstone. This isn't anything to try to figure out any
further. Its either weather (wind moving tree roots) or a bad station.
There is a great thread on Yellowstone if any of you are interested in learning more about it. It's an incredible place that I NEVER get tired
talking about!! I hope to go there again this summer.
edit on 28-12-2011 by westcoast because: (no reason given)