Seismic monitoring of stress changes inside the Earth promises to improve forecasts of the “slow” and possibly also of the “fast,” destructive earthquakes. An international team including Dr Sergei Lebedev of the Geophysics Section, the Dublin Institute for… Read More
MA magnitude 2.1 earthquake occurred on the 29th April 2019 at 21:18:23 local time (20:18:23 GMT) in south Donegal. The event was felt by several members of the public. For more details please see this post https://www.insn.ie/2019-04-29-m2-1-donegal
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake occurred on the 22nd April at 09:11:11 UTC (17:11 local time) in Northern Philippines. The earthquake centered near the town of Castillejos in Zambales Province, west of Manila. It has been reported that at… Read More
A magnitude 2.4 earthquake occurred on the 7th April 2019 at 22:58:19 UTC (23:58:19 local time) in Donegal Bay. The event was felt by several members of the public. For more details please see this post https://www.insn.ie/2019-04-07-m2-4-donegal
A magnitude 7.0 earthquake occurred in southern Peru on the 1st March 2019 at 08:50:41 UTC. The event depth is 257km and hence no major damage is expected. For more details please see this post https://www.insn.ie/2019-03-01-m7-0-peru on the… Read More
A powerful earthquake with magnitude 7.4 occurred on the 28th September 2018 at 10:02:44 UTC in Indonesia, Sulawesi Island, about 75km north of the city Palu. The earthquake triggered a tsunami and Palu was hit by waves up… Read More
An earthquake with magnitude 6.6 occurred in Hokkaido, Japan on the 5th September 2018 at 18:08:00 UTC. For more details please see this post on the INSN homepage.
PyCurious is a parallel Python package that ingests maps of the Earth's magnetic anomaly and computes maps of the Curie depth. I began this project at @dias_geophysics with Robert Delhaye. Hopefully it will be useful as the @TellusGSI survey expands its coverage! @GeolSurvIE twitter.com/JOSS_TheOJ/sta… Retweeted by DIAS Geophysics