Links for large 1999-2008 earthquakes


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France last week:Strasbourg Germany:  Hannover NW Italy: Genoa Italy (thru list):Mednet Rep. Macedonia: Seimol. Obs. Skopje Romania: Rom. Seis. Net. Spain (thru list): Nat'l Geogr. Inst., Madrid Iceland: Icelandic Meteor. Off. Switzerland: Swiss Seis. Serv. Montenegro: Seis. Obs Montenegro Israel:Isr. Geophys. Inst. West Norway: NORSAR East Norway: NORESS Fennoscandia detail Central Norway: NORSAR Turkey: Kandilli Obs. Serbia (last event): Serbian Seism. Surv. Portugal (past month): Rede Sismográfica Nacional, Portugal Instituto de Meteorologia Iran (past month):Seism. Res. Ctr., Intern. Inst. Earthquake Eng. & and Seis. Africa Bohemia: Masaryk Univ., Brno Great Britain: Brit. Geol. Surv. Greece: Natl Obs Athens European-Mediterranean Seismol. Ctr European EQs

Source: European-Mediterranean Seismological Center

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Zooms available of Czech Republic, Fennoscandia, France, Iceland, Great Britain, Germany, Greece, Iran, Israel, Italy, Rep. Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland

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  • Recent European seismicity (depth colored/magnitude sized) (US Geological Survey National Earthquake Information Center) inline (with clickable earthquakes) or external
  • Last 2 weeks seismicity (time colore/magnitude sized), (European-Mediterranean Seismological Center), inline or external.
  • Europe's past year's large events from the GEOSCOPE network, inline (with hypertext listing) or external
  • Last 2 days in Central Europe (GERESS, Institute fur Geophysik, Ruhr Universitat, Germany) inline or external.

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    C. H. Jones | CIRES | Dept. of Geological Sciences | Univ. of Colorado at Boulder

    Last modified at Saturday, October 21, 2006 11:19 PM