Scandinavia

NORSAR, as operator of the Norwegian National Data Centre (NDC) for the Comprehensive Test-Ban-Treaty (CTBT), publishes three main types of seismic bulletins. A continously updated (delayed about one hour behind real-time) automatic list of seismic events in northern Europe based on the GBF method, a monthly regional reviewed bulletin covering Fennoscandia and surrounding areas, and a monthly reviewed bulletin of teleseismic earthquakes and other seismic events.
These maps represent reviewed data.

September 2013

summary

mag1= 13 , mag2= 29 , mag3= 7
mag4= 0 , mag5= 0 total= 49

July 2013

summary

mag1= 10 , mag2= 50 , mag3= 3
mag4= 1 , mag5= 0 total= 64

August 2013

summary

mag1= 7 , mag2= 30 , mag3= 4
mag4= 8 , mag5= 0 total= 49

May 2013

summary

mag1= 5 , mag2= 33 , mag3= 6
mag4= 0 , mag5= 0 total= 44

June 2013

summary

mag1= 9 , mag2= 30 , mag3= 6
mag4= 2 , mag5= 0 total= 47

April 2013

summary

mag1= 10 , mag2= 33 , mag3= 5
mag4= 2 , mag5= 1 total= 51

March 2013

summary

mag1= 8 , mag2= 46 , mag3= 12
mag4= 0 , mag5= 0 total= 66

February 2013

summary

mag1= 5 , mag2= 35 , mag3= 4
mag4= 1 , mag5= 0 total= 45

January 2013

summary

mag1= 8 , mag2= 22 , mag3= 8
mag4= 0 , mag5= 0 total= 38

2 Comments to “Scandinavia”

  1. Do you retain the listings behind these maps? I am thinking of adding Norsar as a feed in QVSData and some historic info would be of use (mind I have not checked if it is available on the Norsar site yet)

  2. Yep, well I have saved those shown on the maps above for 2013 anyway. Yes their data goes back to Sept 1998
    http://www.norsardata.no/NDC/bulletins/regional/

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