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Need advice: Seismograph readouts showing something odd

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/01/2012 03:52 AM
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Need advice: Seismograph readouts showing something odd
Ok, so ever since the Japan quake I've kept the ANSS station index map bookmarked and check it every day or so unless I hear about a specific event. My area (Kansas) is usually very quiet, but I check it first so as to identify a sort of "background" level of noise.

Today though there was something else there. I've checked some of the others (one in Montana/Wyoming and another in Mississippi and some in between) and they show this similar...pattern?

I downloaded my local heliplot readout as it is a slightly delayed feed (30 minutes or so) but is continuous with no real way I've seen of reviewing past material.

Index map of all ANSS stations
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

KSU1 in Eastern Kansas:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Vicksburg, MS (No seismographs in the ANSS in Louisiana, so this is the nearest to the sinkhole I think):
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

One in NW Nebraska with some odd sloped points in it within the perceived pattern:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

If someone could look at these and help me understand what is going on I'd greatly appreciate it. I took some plate tectonics when I was an undergrad, but never got into the geophysics side of it. Besides knowing what an earthquake signature looks like, and having observed the "normal" for my area, I'm stumped as to what this is.

I'll try to save and upload as many of the other heliplot readouts to an online service (recommendations for that as well would be helpful, as I rarely even start threads on any forum, so have little use for the service). So once about 24 hours have passed I can post these as needed by anyone who wants/needs them so discussion can continue.

Thank you everyone for your time and any help you can render.
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Re: Need advice: Seismograph readouts showing something odd
To be specific it is the latter half of the readout as of right now. The hours after 1800UTC (about Noon CST) of just barely registering movement. It seems to be more pronounced as you go south (and less as you go north and west).

I really don't know what to make of it. It looks more at home to readouts I've seen taken near volcanoes than it does in Kansas. Maybe all of them are picking up something going on in the GOM?
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12/01/2012 05:18 AM

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Re: Need advice: Seismograph readouts showing something odd
Read ome of the posts I've put up on the pacific ring . ... It explains the activity and why ... There are many possibilities but nearly none with a end result that doesn't involve mass devastation of some sort .... Don't be scared it's going to be a fun adventure to a new beginning .
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Re: Need advice: Seismograph readouts showing something odd
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Always try to do a screen capture. Especially when you want people to,see what puzzles you.

From your last link, I can see it is occurring at regular timed intervals.
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