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And the Darmstädter Erdbeben / earthquake swarm continues ..

Yesterday night, 15/03/2015 at around 04:08 we got struck by a M2.7 earthquake in Darmstadt, which I kindly enough received next morning via twitter as a reminder: @me_too ? https://t.co/9JiewoHZ0j — Stuart Reynolds (@shaldonangler) March 15, 2015 With the initial numbers, it looked like the epicenter was only 4km away: However, after correction the epicenter […]

The New Earthquake Valley : Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany

The actual seismograph from the Hessische Earthquake Service (HED) Darmstadt in Hessen, Germany (49.84337,8.66261) , called WBB. Just because it seems to be trembling and rumbling here all the time now; a quick way to look up if that actually was something. If you wonder: The charts from 2002-2014 ; then from 2012-2014 and then […]

A M3.6 earthquake near Darmstadt: It’s getting boring

And yet another earthquake near Darmstadt, Germany, a Magnitude 3.6 (average) And how it looked like on the scales: At least, that’s what a few of the reports say. What surprised me most were the differences in magnitudes being reported though. Here’s what the different stations and websites report (corrections not included): M3.4 – Landesamt […]

Bárðarbunga, an Icelandic volcano: links and live data

Websites with links and live data: * Data: Weerstation Langerak (data+webcams) * Data: 3D earthquake map * Webcams: Live from Iceland * Webcams: Webcam collection * Info/Data: Institute of Earth Sciences * Info/Data: IJsland enzo (earthquakes) * Info/Data: Icelandic Meteorologiscal Office * Info/Data: Follow the seismic and volcanic activity near Bárðarbunga * Info/Background: Daily KOS […]

Earthquake scales (adjusted) in Germany, Europe

As you might have noticed, the earthquakes are increasing here in Germany. Every time I left an “I felt it!” remark to the agencies that investigate earthquakes there are a bunch of descriptions that you’re being asked. However, the comparisons to the current earthquake scale descriptions didn’t really match with what they felt like. My […]