posted on Oct, 10 2014 @ 07:46 PM
update to: muzzy
OK fixed that
The graphs still look a bit spaced, especially August, but that's the way Yellowstone works it seems, the times are corrected.
I found a KML file from YVO of the outline of the Caldera (present day) so chucked that on the 2014 files, I''ll go put it on the other maps too
1985 nearly done.
I suppose I could put these over on What's going on at Yellowstone part 2
haven't read the whole 768 pages of the Topic (and probably never will) and don't want to intrude.
Thanks to isthisthingon
BTW, for the heads up on which years to concentrate on first.
I'm not sure where he/she gets the data, I did a few cross references and found that ANSS (which I use) had slightly less events for the 1985 period
edit: Done. Just to expand on that '85 "Great Swarm"
The largest recorded earthquake swarm in Yellowstone occurred in the fall of 1985 in the northwest rim of the caldera. The three-month period
of increased earthquake activity included over 3000 events of magnitude 0 to 4.9 (about 1800 events with magnitudes between 1 and 4.9).
isthisthingon has 700 events
I found 674 on ANSS
I have a file I got somewhere ages ago but can't recall where, its marked UTAH1982-2012, probably from the University of Utah
it has only 581 events for the same period
where's the rest?
Ha! probably what the 700+ pages on "What's going on at Yellowstone" are about .............
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