posted on Jan, 15 2012 @ 10:46 PM
Sorry guys, but Anmarie is right. This HAS been covered numerous times. Not only recently either, but numerous times over the past couple of
There are several of us here on ATS that have been faithfully (no pun intended) following Yellowstone for going on three years now. There is a
massive thread that is FULL of incredible info. I know that personally, I look HERE
daily, usually several times. I also monitor it through the UTAH network, the USGS network and like to watch it live in GEE whenever it is having a
swarm. (which it is NOT right now)
I am surprised at some of the venom on here.
Pelican has been glitchin for quite a while now and Mirror lake is following in its footsteps. One good way to know that something is the quipment
and NOT seismic, is how sharp those lines are. Notice how its just a bunch of lines over and over again? Now look at Madison. You can see several
times of local noise and the rest is weather. Yes. Weather.
I don't see ANY clear quakes in the park so far today. Neither is there ANY tremor. There is a whole bunch of snow and those of us that watch it a
lot know that the Winter is the 'noisiest' time in the park as far as stations go.
I don't have time to get into it any more tonight, but rest assured that if Yellowstone were actually showing any signs of tremor or a swarm, there
would be flags going up all over the place on here. I believe that Anmarie is simply trying to tell you that if were to spend some time looking into
how to read some of these seismograms (which is no easy feat) you would be able to tell what is equipment, what is weather, what is local noise (such
as a snow plow) and what are quakes.
There is nothing at all alarming on ANY of the seismograms right now.