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Originally posted by muzzy
Note: disregard the title on that last chart, I forgot to change the templates text there
This is all a work in development
The feed back has been overwhelming ie I don't know why I bother.
Who seen the change of movement to the west over the last few days eh?edit on 14-1-2013 by muzzy because: (no reason given)
Lat/Long: 42.0552 142.7449
UTC: 17/01/2013 05:13:23
JST: 17/01/2013 14:13:23
Depth: 50.6 km
Mag: 5.2 ML
Location: Hokkaido. Japan Region
Energy Released: 951.5 tonnes of TNT
The Flinn-Engdahl regions (or F_E regions) are a division of the Earth into seismic zones. In seismology, it is the standard of localizing earthquakes. The scheme was proposed in 1965 by Edward A. Flinn and E. R. Engdahl. The first official definition was published in 1974 and a revision in 1995. Borders of the F-E regions may differ from political boundaries. For instance, the F-E region 545 ("Northern Italy") also includes parts of France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. After the 1995 revision there are 754 F-E regions, subsequently numbered from 1 to 757 with three gaps (172, 299 and 550) at dissolved regions. (wikipedia)