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1 - 1 - PLSN WARSAW DATA ANALYSIS CENTER SUW KWP BEL GKP KSP OJC NIE CHZP ACTIVITY REPORT 2011 Paweł Wiejacz INSTITUTE OF GEOPHYSICS POLISH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Member of: International Seismological Centre (ISC) European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) Organization of Research Facilities for European Seismology (ORFEUS) Federation of Digital Seismic Networks (IRIS-FDSN) Warsaw, January 2012

2 General information There have been no major changes in functioning of the Polish Seismological Network in As in 2010, all data of distant earthquakes is processed at the Institute of Geophysics datacenter in Warsaw. Observatories at OJC and KSP take care of local events only, OJC also takes care of the local events recorded at NIE. The Warsaw datacenter also handles the short period stations PHL and CHZP. However, PHL did not produce a single phase pick in 2011 due to excessive noise and CHZP has produced useful data only for the period April-June, This activity report of 2011 summarizes all manual phase picking performed at the Warsaw datacenter and at the observatories OJC and KSP. Care has been taken in order to provide complete data, however due to the various transfers of duties the data is not always complete and in a few instances (particularly at KSP) overlap. CHZP data was not analyzed for the first three months of 2011 due to technical reasons and once this problem was solved, the station has suffered a timing clock breakdown. The timing problem at first was of the size of a fraction of a second so it went unnoticed until October. Traceback of the problem has lead to the beginning of July, and the data past July,2011 has been deleted. The timing problem has not been solved before the end of Hence, CHZP has produced useful data for only three months. Information on phase picks from all seismic stations of the Institute of Geophysics PAS and on locations of local (mostly induced) events from the territory of Poland has been passed on to the International Seismological Centre (ISC, Thatcham, U.K.) and is available at the ISC web site. In 2011 have taken place two exceptional seismic events. First was the unusually strong M=8.9 earthquake offshore Honshu, Japan, causing a tsunami, over 10,000 casualties, heavy economic losses and starting a long series of aftershocks. With passing time the number of these aftershocks has diminished but the series did not end before the end of the year. The second noteful event has taken place on October 23 in Eastern Turkey, MS=7.3 and was also followed by aftershocks. However, this aftershock sequence has extinguished within a month while the Japan aftershock sequence still continued. The number of these aftershocks has caused increased number of events and phase picks in 2011 comparing to the previous years. In fact, the last two months of 2011 were relavively quiet with few earthquakes taking place. There have not been any important natural seismic events in the territory of Poland. In November there has been a series of microearthquakes in eastern part of Podhale region, southern Poland, seemingly coming from a single source about 10 km distance from station NIE, seemingly from 7 to 10 km depth. The largest of these events was of M W =2.6; none of these events was felt nor caused any damages. These events have been analyzed at OJC observatory. Induced seismic activity in Upper Silesia, Lubin Copper Basin and Bełchatów Brown Coal Mine was at an average level. There have been a few larger events but none of them exceeded M W =3.8. The report basically follows earlier schemes. As previously, the event locations are taken from U.S. National Earthquake Information Center s (NEIC) Preliminary Determination of Epicenters (PDEs). Some of the PDE-reported world events have not been noted in station bulletins but generally events of magnitude above 5.5 were noted at least on some of the stations while those of magnitude 6.0 or more should be noted on all except for station outages, signal overlapping or occasional signal disruption due to any external cause. A few small events are left unassociated as the PDEs have lacked them. This is usually happens on occasion of signals overlapping from different earthquakes from different part of the world. The PDEs also tend to ignore smaller but not very small events from areas like e.g. Romania or the Balkans. It seems that the PDEs are in some way biased by the stations of the Global Seismic Network of Iris/USGS: whatever is too small to be reported by any GSN/USGS station is considered nonexistent. For future reports it may prove useful to consider shifting to alternate sources of information, such as the International Seismological Centre (ISC). In the current report, events from Poland and nearby countries registering a Pg or Pn wave at first onset are left unassociated since the NEIC PDE locations may be inaccurate and cause needless concern if directly quoted - at places they have never happened. Alternate sources of information should be used to provide locations of these events, but these alternate sources were not available for this report. Format of the phase pick section is the same as in the 2010 report. The previous format of 2008 and before had a more compact form, more suitable for publishing the printed version of the report. However, this no longer serves a purpose as the report is published electronically with only two copies printed for the record and control. Seismograms of selected events are collected in the appendix. A total of 33 events were selected from 2011 which is about the average of the last 10 years over which the same selection

3 - 3 - criteria were used. Generally the magnitude threshold for local events is M=4.0, for regional events M=5.5, then rising with epicentral distance up to M=7.0 for the most distant teleseismic quakes. The plots are shown for the stations SUW, KWP, BEL, GKP and KSP. In case of a station missing the corresponding field is left empty. The seismograms are shown unfiltered, mean offset removed. The vertical scale of the seismograms is different. Each trace is scaled separately to bring out most detail. 2. Polish Seismological Network in 2011 Polish Seismological network of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences in 2011 consisted of permanent 7 broadband and 2 short period sites. The network is supplemented by HSPB broadband station at Polish Polar Base Hornsund, Svalbard and by 4 temporary short period sites over the Lubin Copper Basin, Poland. This 4-station deployment is called the Żelazny-Most local seismic network. The Żelazny Most network is maintained within a special project and the stations are are not included in routine phase data analysis. HSPB data are included in the Polish Seismological Network Resources but since this is a station outside Poland and completely out of the area, its data are processed separately. HSPB has a special status in the network, as it is really a station of the Institute s Polar and Marine Department with only the data processing charged to the Polish Seismological Network. HSPB data is also not freely available although the data is not restricted, using it requires the consent of the Norwegian partner, NORSAR, who has provided the seismometer for the station. Formally the station is co-operated by the Institute of Geophysics and NORSAR, both partners have the right to use their own network codes for the station. The observatory of Racibórz (RAC), also run by the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences is not part of the Polish Seismological Network. The observatory has been designated a museum and and educational center. Racibórz still carries on seismic registration but does it on its own account, under the care of the Scientific Director of the Institute, however retaining its network code (PL) for historical reasons. This may cause some confusion since the international seismological agencies have RAC listed as part of the PLSN network under the EMSC-ISC network acronym WAR. The distribution of permanent seismic stations is shown on Figure 1 and their list is given in the Table 1. The location of the stations has not changed, but an important correction should be pointed out in respect to station NIE: its location N, E given in previous years is wrong! The correct location of the station is N, E, with the elevation unchanged. The error results from routine trusting the GPS location. Usually the GPS supplies time and location so the location was supplied after the GPS. However, at Niedzica, the GPS stands at the recording room with the computer, whereas the signal from the seismometer is transmitted over a 1 km long optical fiber line. In this situation the previously quoted coordinates pertain to the computer and not the seismometer this is obviously wrong. Station elevation was and still is - read from map, as GPS elevations are less accurate than topographic ones. We apologize for the incorrect information in the previous reports.

4 - 4 - Figure 1. Distribution of seismic stations of the Polish Seismological Network (same as on cover page). Squares mark broadband sites, triangles are short period sites. Code: Name: Lat(N) Lon(E) Elev(m) Sensor SUW Suwałki STS-2 KWP Kalwaria Pacławska STS-2 BEL Belsk STS-2 GKP Górka Klasztorna STS-2 KSP Książ STS-2 OJC Ojców STS-2 NIE Niedzica *) *) 649 STS-2 CHZP Chorzów LE3Dlite PHL**) Hel SM-3 HSPB***) Hornsund STS-2 Table 1. Permanent seismic stations of the Polish Seismological Network of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences functioning in *) station location data correction vs. previous reports. **) very noisy; recording at non-standard 50 Hz sampling rate; off-line data transmission only. ***) station at Polish Polar Base, Hornsund, Svalbard, Norway, cooperated with NORSAR, Norway. Polish Seismological Network is maintained by the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences within the Department of Seismology and Physics of Interior of the Earth. Polish Seismological Network should not be confused with the Seismic Monitoring Network of Poland that consists of short period stations run by Seismic Monitoring Section of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, within the contract of the Ministry of Environment on seismic monitoring of the territory of Poland. A tour of the observatories has been provided in the activity report of The broadband data is recorded continuously at 100 Hz at all stations except OJC and NIE, which are running at 20 Hz. Stations BEL and GKP have been switched from 20 to 100 Hz mode in June, The stations have 24+ bit AD converters. Stations OJC and NIE running 20 Hz as well as KSP also record in 100 Hz automatic detection mode. It is planned to have OJC and NIE stations

5 - 5 - converted to this recording mode, however the slow internet connections of these stations have so far prevented the change as the 100 Hz data would have gathered at a rate comparable with available data transmission speed. Timing is based on GPS receivers or DCF radio signal. All timing synchronization is performed automatically by computer systems. Technical description of recording systems is given by J. Wiszniowski (2002), Broadband Seismic System: Effect of Transfer Band on Detection and Recording of Seismic Waves in Publs. Inst. Geophys. Pol Acad. Sci B-27. Short period stations PHL, CHZP and the temporary stations of Żelazny-Most run at 100 Hz sampling rate in continuous mode. PHL runs an MK-6 type seismic station while CHZP at Żelazny- Most stations have NDL acquisition systems. The NDL is equipped in a 16 bit converter with 8 bit automatic gain ranging, giving effective 24 bit range. There have been three major station breakdowns in The first one was at GKP in January when the station was flooded by groundwater coming from melting of snow. Although the station equipment itself was not harmed, the flood has caused considerable damage in the recording vault and forced closing the station down pending vault renovation. The station was reopened after the renovation only in June. The second breakdown was caused by lightning strike of station SUW in July, knocking out the station out for 16 days. The third serious breakdown is the timing problem at station CHZP that has been traced back until early July and went unnoticed until the time delay of over 2 s in October data was noticed in November. This timing problem at CHZP was not fixed before the end of Lightning has also knocked out NIE for 7 days in August. Also in August, KWP was deprived of electric power on three occasions for two days at a time. Data transmission is carried out in two types: seedlink transmission in real time and ftp transmission off line. Ftp transmissions are supported by automatic computer procedures ruled by cron jobs. The information on the data transmission, station by station is given in Table 2 below. Station Up-time On-time Remarks (within 5 minutes) SUW 96.7% 86.8% Lightning in July; troublesome internet connection KWP 98.7% 96.2% power outages BEL 99.0% 97.1% a few power outages GKP 55.5% 54.5% Flooded in January, renovation works until June KSP 99.5% 98.6% power outages, internet problems OJC 99.8% 98.0% Internet problems NIE 98.2% 96.6% Lightning in July; internet problems PHL Not monitored CHZP Statistics not given as it is questionable in view of timing problem. HSPB Not monitored; up-time near 100.0% but frequent very long delays of data transmission. Table 2. Data transmission statistics for stations of Polish Seismological Network for Żelazny- Most network stations were not monitored in terms of on-time availibility. Their up-times are over 95%. Data archival is carried out generally in Warsaw. OJC data is retrieved and stored in Warsaw but this applies only to the data that has been transmitted. Since the internet connection of OJC is poor and often goes out of order for a considerable time, a small part of OJC data (below 0.5%) never makes it to Warsaw and is available only on site. The broadband data are made readily available by internet for other parties with whom the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences cooperates, namely the GeoForschungs- Zentrum Potsdam and ORFEUS-KNMI (The Netherlands). Since these institutions have agreements with the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) and the National Earthquake Information Service of the U.S. Geological Survey for sharing their databases, on many occasions the station or data have been used by these institutions to provide preliminary determination of earthquake parameters of seismic events from the whole world. International cooperation has encountered problems in 2010 and over 2011 the problems have become more and more severe. In January 2010 PLSN used to receive on-line data from 15 foreign stations - 5 in Slovakia, 4 in Czech Republic, 2 in Germany and 1 in Hungary, Estonia, Latvia and Denmark, thus opening capabilities for ready location and elaboration of regional earthquakes. Throughout 2010 the Danish, Estonian and Slovak stations have been dropped. This has brought the Polish Seismological Network s automatic alerting system down to a halt. Over 2011 the Latvian and Hungarian stations have become unavailable. In this situation, the whole system of retrieval of foreign

6 - 6 - data has been halted, with the exception of the Czech stations DPC and OKC that may be used for supplementary information on Lubin and Upper Silesian events, respectively. 3. Digital data archive The broadband data of the Polish Seismological Network are available to anyone with scientific interest. A copy of the data is kept on hard disks of network storage devices. The archive of digital data of Polish broadband stations is kept in miniseed form of which it is possible to produce full SEED. Other formats are available by means of format converters such as codeco or ms2sac which are public-domain available in the internet. Autodrm service at the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences has been discontinued as of October 4, The data of the broadband stations SUW, KWP, BEL, GKP, KSP, OJC, NIE (historically also WAR and CZA) are available in miniseed form. The data used to be available by means of wwwdrm interface that was accessible from the Institute of Geophysics internet server, within the information on the Department of Seismology and Physics of Interior of the Earth. The www service was however a subject to abuse and in October, 2011 had to be stopped for internet security reasons. A reconstructed safer data interface is being tested since December, 2011, however for the time being it supplied only the data of OJC. Otherwise, outside parties are asked to make their own arrangements with the staff of the Warsaw Data Analysis Center or with the individual Observatory staff. PHL and CHZP data as well as the data from the detected data digital data archive are available only upon an individual arrangement. HSPB data is not restricted but both cooperating parties (Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences and NORSAR) have agreed to supply the data to the ORFEUS data center for further distribution. In case of clients asking for HSPB data, Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences must have NORSAR s consent for handing over the data, even though the same data at ORFEUS is available free. Calibrations are provided separately in form of dataless SEED or GSE header files. No valid calibrations exist for PHL. Data of the Polish Seismological Network may be freely read and displayed by the Seismic Wave Interpretation Programme (SWIP) of dr. Jan Wiszniowski (em: The program is available free (non-commercial license). The program is capable of reading data in various formats including the old MSS data and exporting it to ASCII and a few other formats. SWIP works in a Windows environment. Minimum requirements are MS-Windows-98, 128 MB RAM and 300 MHz clock but the recommended configuration is MS-Windows-XP, 256 MB RAM and 700 MHz clock. SWIP uses about 10 MB for its executables and configuration files. Over 2011 a total 277GB of data has been gathered from the stations of the Polish Seismological Network. The statistics for individual stations are given in the Table 3 below.

7 - 7 - Station Up-time continuous continuous autodetected remarks data 20 Hz data 100 Hz data 100 Hz SUW 96.7% 3.7 GB 20.3 GB - KWP 98.7% 3.6 GB 17.5 GB - BEL 99.0% 4.4 GB 9.7 GB 0.4 GB Autodected streams terminated in June, 100 Hz continuous streams started in June. GKP 55.5% 2.1 GB 11.6 GB 0.1 GB After flooding in January the station was restored in June with continuous 100 Hz recording instead of autodetection KSP 99.5% 2.6 GB 18.4 GB 1.2 GB OJC 99.8% 3.1 GB GB NIE 98.2% 3.2 GB GB PHL GB - CHZP GB - Timing problem since late June, until end of the year; data cannot be used for phase picking HSPB GB - Foreign data 19.2 GB - - Number of foreign stations gradually decreased from 14 in January to 2 by the end of the year. Żelazny GB - Most-net Total 41.9 GB GB 6.2 GB GB total data volume Table 3. Up-times and data volumes recorded at stations of the Polish Seismological Network in The total amount of data has risen almost two times in respect to The main cause of this is the retrieval of Żelazny-Most network data. The second reason is the upgrade from 20 Hz to 100 Hz sampling rate for continuous recording at BEL and GKP. The 100 Hz continuous recording has allowed for the autodetected mode to be switched off at these two stations. In effect the amount of autodetected data has fallen by about 25%. 4. Bulletins Polish seismological observatories reported the phases of the observed events to the EuroMediterranean Seismological Centre (CSEM) at Bruyeres, France and to the U.S. National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC). The phases collected in this report were picked by analysts at the Institute in Warsaw. Phase pick statistics of the data analysis is given in Table 4.

8 - 8 - SUW KWP BEL GKP KSP OJC NIE CHZP *) Events local distant Phases local distant Table 4. Summary of phase pick statistics of the data analysis of the Polish Seismological Network that was performed manually for the year 2011 at the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Department of Seismology and Physics of Interior of the Earth. For CHZP only number of useful phases/events is shown (see description in text). Analysis of distant events at CHZP was not performed. Complete bulletin data from Polish Seismological Network are an effort of this staff and the staff of the two observatories that carry on-site data analysis: OJC (analyzing also NIE), and KSP. Appropriate station analysts are directly responsible for their phase readings. The data used to be printed in form of annual local event bulletins in Publs. Inst. Geophys. Pol. Acad. Sci (e.g. report for 2000 is volume B-32) but the last printed volume is for Further data are available in electronic form only, as is this report. Two copies of this report are printed for-therecord, however, for brevity, they contain SUW-KWP-BEL-GKP-KSP data only. The Seismological Bulletin Section of the Department of Seismology and Physics of Interior of the Earth, Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences effective December, 2009 has been dissolved and the previous contact address is not valid anymore. Przemysław Kowalski, last responsible for the bulletin, has left. Local bulletin information pertaining to mining induced events of Lubin and Upper Silesia is currently provided on the Department s web pages. All seismic events are also reported to the International Seismological Centre (ISC, Thatcham, U.K., and listed in the ISC final bulletin, so the ISC is an alternate source of information on Polish local seismic events. I apologize for any inconsistencies in phase data presentation. The phase report has been done partly with use of an automated computer procedure. All such procedures are not perfect, and even though the output has been analyst reviewed, there remains the remote chance of a computer error getting through. 5. Acknowledgements I would like to acknowledge the effort of the management and staff of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences. We would like to especially thank our colleagues and technicians of the Geophysical Monitoring Department, our observatory staff at OJC and KSP and on-site caretakers. I would like to thank the Head of Department of Seismology and Physics of Interior of the Earth, prof. dr hab. Stanisław Lasocki and the Management of the Institute of Geophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, without whom the effort documented by this report would not have been possible.

9 PLSN phase picks of 2011 Jan01 01:56: N E 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.1 SOUTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA KWP Z ep BEL Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep Jan01 09:56: S W 576.8Z SUW Z epkp SUW Z e SUW Z e SUW E e KWP Z epkpdf KWP Z epkpab KWP E e BEL Z epkp BEL Z e GKP Z epkp GKP Z e GKP E e KSP Z epkp KSP Z e KSP N e KSP N e KSP E e OJC Z epkp OJC Z e OJC N e OJC N e OJC E e NIE Z epkp NIE Z e NIE Z e NIE N e NIE N e NIE E e NEIC mb=6.8 MW=7.0 SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO PROV., ARG. Jan02 03:36: N E 28.4Z NEIC mb=5.0 HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN NIE Z ep Jan02 KSP Z epg Silesia d=184km KSP N esg Jan02 15:19: S E 21.6Z SUW Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep NEIC mb=5.7 MS=5.6 SOUTHERN SUMATERA, INDONESIA Jan02 Jan02 Jan02 Jan02 OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=69km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=67km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=47km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=99km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg Jan02 20:20: S W 24.0Z 1102 NEIC mb=6.6 MS=7.1 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE SUW Z epkpdf SUW Z epp SUW E esksdf SUW N ess SUW Z LMZ T30.6 AMS48.9 MS7.0 KWP Z epkpdf KWP Z epp KWP E eps KWP Z LMZ T24.6 AMS65.6 MS7.2 BEL Z epkpdf BEL Z epp BEL Z LMZ T24.9 AMS55.0 MS7.1 GKP Z epkpdf GKP Z epp GKP E esksdf GKP N eps GKP Z espp GKP E ess GKP E esss GKP Z LMZ T21.4 AMS44.0 MS7.1 KSP Z epkpdf KSP Z epp KSP N esksdf KSP N eps KSP Z LMZ T26.7 AMS54.0 MS7.0 OJC Z epkpdf OJC Z epp OJC N esksdf OJC N eps OJC Z espp

10 OJC Z LMZ T24.7 AMS41.7 MS7.0 NIE Z epkpdf NIE Z epp NIE N eps NIE Z LMZ T24.7 AMS44.0 MS7.0 Jan03 04:45: N E 39.0Z NEIC mb=4.8 NEAR WEST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=49km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=88km OJC E esg KSP Z epg MW1.2 Walbrzych Reg. d=29km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE N esg KSP Z epg MW2.0 d=105km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Silesia d=66km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 KWK Rydultowy d=106km OJC N esg Jan03 17:46: N E 19.3Z NEIC mb=4.5 HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN KWP Z ep OJC Z ep Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan03 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 OJC Z epg MW1.9 Czech Rep. d=98km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 KWK Rydultowy d=108km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Silesia d=65km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Silesia d=49km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.5 Silesia d=104km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.6 NIE N esg KSP Z epn MW2.5 KSP Z epx KSP Z epg KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Czech Rep. d=98km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=102km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 KWK Rydultowy d=105km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.2 KSP N esg

11 OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=70km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg Jan04 05:54: S W 26.8Z NEIC mb=5.3 TONGA ISLANDS KWP Z epkp KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkpc NIE Z epkp Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 Jan04 OJC Z epg MW1.6 Silesia d=34km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Silesia d=48km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW2.4 Belchatow d=118km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 KSP N esg KSP Z ipgd MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=18km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.6 d=34km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW2.5 d=200km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=97km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW1.9 Walbrzych Reg. d=23km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.7 d=46km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=59km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 KWK Rydultowy d=105km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Lubin d=300km OJC N esg KSP Z ipgd MW2.3 KSP Z e KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=66km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW2.2 Lubin d=72km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=59km OJC E esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 Lubin d=76km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=44km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Czech Rep. d=119km OJC N esg Jan04 22:59: S W 110.0Z KWP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp NEIC mb=5.1 MD=5.1 CHILE-ARGENTINA BORDER REGION Jan04 OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=75km

12 Jan05 OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 KWK Rydultowy d=100km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE N esg Jan05 00:57: N E 21.4Z SUW Z epd KWP Z epd BEL Z epd GKP Z epd KSP Z epd OJC Z epd NIE Z epd NEIC mb=6.0 MS=5.4 SOUTH OF HONSHU, JAPAN Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Czech Rep. d=98km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE N esg NIE Z epg MW1.9 Czech Rep. d=144km NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=52km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 KWK Rydultowy d=97km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg Jan05 05:55: N E 15.5Z NEIC mb=5.4 MS=5.0 NORTHERN IRAN SUW Z ep SUW E es KWP Z ep KWP Z LMZ T20.8 AMS2.0 MS4.7 BEL Z LMZ T22.7 AMS1.5 MS4.6 GKP Z ep GKP Z LMZ T22.5 AMS1.6 MS4.7 KSP E es KSP Z LMZ T22.6 AMS1.0 MS4.5 OJC Z ep OJC E es OJC Z LMZ T20.8 AMS1.4 MS4.6 NIE Z ep NIE E es NIE Z LMZ T20.9 AMS1.4 MS4.6 Jan05 06:46: S E 112.2Z NEIC mb=5.8 MW=6.1 LOYALTY ISLANDS REGION SUW Z epkpdf SUW Z epp SUW Z LMZ T36.4 AMS1.7 MS5.5 KWP Z epkpdf KWP Z epp KWP Z LMZ T42.2 AMS1.4 MS5.4 BEL Z epkpdf BEL Z LMZ T50.4 AMS2.6 MS5.6 GKP Z epkpdf GKP Z LMZ T28.3 AMS1.6 MS5.6 KSP Z epkpdf KSP Z epp KSP Z LMZ T36.2 AMS1.6 MS5.5 OJC Z epkp OJC Z epp OJC Z LMZ T56.0 AMS2.7 MS5.6 NIE Z epkpdf Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 OJC Z epg MW2.3 Silesia d=94km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.6 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=62km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW1.7 Walbrzych Reg. d=19km KSP N esg Jan05 10:15: S E 12.7Z NEIC mb=5.4 SOUTHERN SUMATERA, INDONESIA SUW Z ep KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan05 Jan05 KSP Z epg MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=19km KSP N esg

13 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan05 Jan06 Jan06 Jan06 OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.0 d=37km KSP E esg KSP Z epg MW1.8 Walbrzych Reg. d=21km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.5 Walbrzych Reg. d=19km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=68km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 KWK Rydultowy d=95km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=71km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.3 Lubin d=306km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW2.4 KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.4 Silesia d=40km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.4 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=69km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=91km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 KWK Rydultowy d=105km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Czech Rep. d=108km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg KSP Z epg Lubin d=66km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.4 Silesia d=75km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.5 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.4 KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg Jan06 03:23: N W 10.0Z NEIC mb=4.6 JAN MAYEN ISLAND REGION SUW Z ep KWP Z ep GKP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan06 Jan06 Jan06 OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=53km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.3 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.4 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.2 KSP N esg KSP Z epg Lubin d=87km KSP E esg Jan07 OJC Z epg MW2.0 Czech Rep. d=112km

14 OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE N esg Jan07 01:19: N W 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.2 NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan07 OJC Z epg MW2.3 Lubin d=291km OJC E esg KSP Z ipgd MW2.3 KSP E esg Jan07 03:09: N E 17.0Z SUW Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NEIC mb=5.4 MS=5.2 OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATERA Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 OJC Z epg MW2.4 Silesia d=47km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.4 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.5 KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.6 d=43km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.7 Walbrzych Reg. d=18km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.3 Silesia d=71km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=55km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW2.1 Lubin d=80km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.3 Czech Rep. d=98km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=49km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=44km OJC N esg Jan07 15:47: S W 235.4Z NEIC mb=5.3 SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS SUW Z epkp Jan07 Jan07 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=47km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=95km OJC N esg Jan07 19:09: S E 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.4 VANUATU ISLANDS KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp Jan07 Jan07 Jan07 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=58km OJC E esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 Lubin d=80km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=62km OJC N esg Jan07 23:13: S W 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.4 TONGA ISLANDS BEL Z epkp GKP Z epkp KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp Jan07 23:34: N E 553.3Z NEIC mb=4.8 E. RUSSIA-N.E. CHINA BORDER REG. KSP Z ep OJC Z ep

15 NIE Z ep Jan07 23:53: N E 29.9Z SUW Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep NEIC mb=4.9 ML=5.0 NORTHERN IRAN Jan08 OJC Z epg MW2.3 Silesia d=42km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.2 KSP E esg Jan08 00:24: N E 38.6Z NEIC mb=5.0 NORTHERN IRAN SUW Z ep KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan08 OJC Z epg MW1.9 Czech Rep. d=114km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW1.9 NIE E esg Jan08 04:10: S E 56.7Z SUW Z ep KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep NEIC mb=5.6 MW=5.6 SOUTHERN MOLUCCA SEA Jan08 Jan08 Jan08 Jan08 Jan08 Jan08 Jan08 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=93km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.5 Silesia d=34km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.5 NIE N esg KSP Z epg MW2.4 KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Czech Rep. d=100km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=98km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=101km OJC N esg KSP Z epg Lubin d=66km KSP N esg KSP Z epg Lubin d=78km KSP E esg Jan08 18:23: N E 15.6Z NEIC mb=5.3 BONIN ISLANDS REGION SUW Z ep KWP Z ep BEL Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan09 02:44: N E 39.9Z NEIC mb=4.7 SOUTH OF HONSHU, JAPAN KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan09 KSP Z epg MW1.7 d=115km KSP E esg Jan09 10:03: S E 24.0Z NEIC mb=6.1 MS=6.4 VANUATU ISLANDS SUW Z epkpdf SUW E esksac SUW N ess SUW N esss SUW Z LMZ T28.5 AMS11.4 MS6.4 KWP Z epkpdf KWP Z epp KWP N ess KWP Z LMZ T20.2 AMS11.5 MS6.6 BEL Z epkpdf BEL Z epp BEL N ess

16 Jan09 BEL N esss BEL Z LMZ T26.7 AMS17.5 MS6.7 KSP Z epkpdf KSP N esksac KSP N ess KSP Z LMZ T27.5 AMS21.4 MS6.8 OJC Z epkpdf OJC Z epp OJC N ess OJC Z LMZ T20.5 AMS14.8 MS6.7 NIE Z epkpdf NIE Z epp NIE N ess NIE Z LMZ T22.8 AMS9.4 MS6.5 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Czech Rep. d=96km OJC N esg Jan09 12:42: N E 21.6Z NEIC mb=5.1 HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION KSP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan09 Jan09 Jan09 Jan09 Jan09 Jan09 Jan09 OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=50km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=71km OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Czech Rep. d=103km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 d=104km OJC Z esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=95km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=72km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE N esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=67km OJC E esg NIE N epg MW2.0 NIE E esg Jan10 02:11: S W 228.9Z NEIC mb=5.2 FIJI ISLANDS REGION SUW Z epkp KWP Z epkp GKP Z epkpd KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkpd Jan10 02:29: N E 10.0Z NEIC mb=4.9 WESTERN ARABIAN PENINSULA SUW Z ep KWP Z ep KSP Z ep OJC Z ep Jan10 Jan10 Jan10 Jan10 KSP Z epg MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=19km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=75km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=51km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 d=117km OJC E esg Jan10 10:24: N E 86.6Z NEIC mb=5.7 MW=5.6 VOLCANO ISLANDS REGION SUW Z ep T01.1 AMB0.2 mb6.3 SUW Z epcp SUW Z epp SUW Z LMZ T33.5 AMS0.8 MS4.9 KWP Z ep KWP Z epp

17 Jan10 Jan10 Jan10 Jan10 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 KWP Z LMZ T29.3 AMS0.5 MS4.8 KSP Z ep KSP Z epp KSP Z epp KSP Z LMZ T32.9 AMS0.8 MS4.9 OJC Z ep OJC Z epp OJC Z epp OJC Z LMZ T20.1 AMS0.6 MS5.0 NIE Z ep NIE Z LMZ T28.8 AMS0.3 MS4.6 KSP Z epg Lubin d=71km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.6 Czech Rep. d=105km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.6 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.6 KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=69km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=33km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 KWK Rydultowy d=101km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE E esg Jan11 09:16: S E 221.8Z SUW Z epkp KWP Z epkp KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp NEIC mb=5.4 MW=5.5 VANUATU ISLANDS Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 Jan11 KSP Z epg MW2.3 Lubin d=71km KSP E esg KSP Z epg MW1.8 d=33km KSP E esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 d=201km KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg KSP Z epg Lubin d=77km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=92km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=43km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW1.5 Silesia d=37km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.3 Czech Rep. d=98km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=68km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=40km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE E esg

18 Jan11 Jan11 OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW3.1 Silesia d=68km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW3.1 NIE E esg KSP Z epn MW3.0 KSP Z epb KSP Z epg KSP N esg Jan12 01:05: N W 47.9Z KWP Z ep NIE Z ep NEIC mb=5.2 MD=5.0 OFF COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA Jan12 01:19: N E 10.0Z NEIC mb=4.9 YELLOW SEA KWP Z ep OJC Z ep Jan12 01:45: N E 47.1Z NEIC mb=5.3 TALAUD ISLANDS, INDONESIA SUW Z ep KWP Z ep OJC Z ep NIE Z ep Jan12 Jan12 Jan12 KSP Z epg MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=20km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=18km KSP N esg KSP Z epg MW1.7 d=26km KSP E esg Jan12 13:05: S E 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.2 WEST OF MACQUARIE ISLAND SUW Z epkp KWP Z epkp KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp Jan12 KSP Z epg MW2.2 d=184km KSP N esg Jan12 14:41: S W 583.0Z NEIC mb=4.8 FIJI ISLANDS REGION SUW Z epkp KWP Z epkp KWP Z e KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp NIE Z e Jan12 Jan12 OJC Z epg MW2.3 d=112km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.5 NIE N esg KSP Z epg MW2.4 KSP N esb KSP N esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=34km OJC N esg Jan12 21:32: N E 527.9Z NEIC mb=6.2 MW=6.5 BONIN ISLANDS REGION SUW Z epd T01.0 AMB1.8 mb7.3 SUW Z epp SUW N esksac SUW N es KWP Z epd T01.1 AMB1.0 mb6.8 KWP Z epcp KWP Z epp KWP E es KWP N ess BEL Z epd T01.7 AMB2.6 mb7.2 BEL Z epp BEL N esksac BEL N es GKP Z epd T01.9 AMB1.2 mb6.7 GKP Z epcp GKP Z epp GKP E esksac GKP E es GKP E ess GKP E ess KSP Z epd T01.2 AMB0.6 mb6.8 KSP Z epp KSP E esksac KSP E es KSP E ess KSP E ess OJC Z ep T01.3 AMB0.5 mb6.5 OJC Z epp OJC E esksac OJC E es

19 Jan12 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 OJC E ess OJC E ess NIE Z ep T01.2 AMB0.2 mb6.2 NIE E es NIE E ess NIE E ess OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=49km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.5 Silesia d=92km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.7 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=69km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.1 Lubin d=71km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=42km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.1 NIE N esg OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=47km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=93km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE N esg Jan13 06:00: S E 262.5Z NEIC mb=5.3 VANUATU ISLANDS NIE Z epkp Jan13 OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=61km OJC N esg Jan13 09:22: N W 10.0Z NEIC mb=4.2 ICELAND KWP Z ep KSP Z ep Jan13 KSP Z epg MW1.5 Walbrzych Reg. d=18km KSP N esg Jan13 10:20: N E 90.4Z NEIC mb=5.1 PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION SUW Z ep KWP Z ep NIE Z ep Jan13 KSP Z epg MW1.6 Walbrzych Reg. d=18km KSP E esg Jan13 10:41: S W 551.9Z NEIC mb=5.1 SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS SUW Z ipkpd KWP Z ipkpd KWP Z e BEL Z ipkpd KSP Z ipkpd KSP Z e OJC Z ipkpd OJC Z e NIE Z ipkpd Jan13 KSP Z epg MW2.3 d=199km KSP N esg Jan13 12:04: S E 35.0Z KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp NEIC mb=5.5 MS=5.2 OFF E. COAST OF N. ISLAND, N.Z. Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 OJC Z epg MW2.2 Czech Rep. d=102km OJC E esg KSP Z epg MW1.8 Walbrzych Reg. d=20km KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW2.1 Silesia d=62km OJC N esg KSP Z epg MW2.2 KSP N esg Jan13 OJC Z epg MW1.9 Silesia d=72km

20 Jan13 OJC E esg OJC Z epg MW1.8 Silesia d=48km OJC N esg Jan13 16:16: S E 09.0Z 1103 NEIC mb=6.6 MS=7.1 LOYALTY ISLANDS SUW Z epkpdf SUW Z epkpbc SUW Z epkpab SUW Z epp SUW N epks SUW Z LMZ T23.5 AMS34.2 MS7.0 KWP Z epkpdf KWP Z epkpbc KWP Z epkpab KWP Z epp KWP E epks KWP Z LMZ T20.1 AMS51.6 MS7.3 BEL Z epkpdf BEL Z epkpbc BEL Z epkpab BEL E epks BEL Z LMZ T19.3 AMS56.8 MS7.3 GKP Z epkpdf GKP Z epkpbc GKP Z epkpab GKP Z epp GKP E epks GKP Z LMZ T20.7 AMS66.5 MS7.4 KSP Z epkpbc KSP Z LMZ T21.9 AMS51.3 MS7.2 OJC Z epkpbc OJC Z epp OJC Z LMZ T18.9 AMS50.5 MS7.3 NIE Z epkpbc NIE Z epp NIE E epks NIE Z LMZ T20.0 AMS49.8 MS7.3 Jan13 16:43: S E 10.0Z SUW Z epkp KWP Z epkp KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp NEIC mb=5.9 MW=5.9 LOYALTY ISLANDS Jan13 18:59: S E 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.0 BANDA SEA SUW Z ep Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 Jan13 OJC Z epg MW2.3 Silesia d=104km OJC E esg NIE Z epg MW2.3 NIE E esg KSP Z epg MW2.3 KSP E esg OJC Z epg MW1.7 Silesia d=44km OJC N esg OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=103km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.0 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.2 Silesia d=34km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.2 NIE E esg OJC Z epg MW2.4 Silesia d=47km OJC N esg NIE Z epg MW2.5 NIE N esg KSP Z epg MW2.6 Lubin d=74km KSP E esg Jan14 02:35: S E 10.0Z NEIC mb=5.3 LOYALTY ISLANDS KSP Z epkp OJC Z epkp NIE Z epkp Jan14 Jan14 KWP Z epn Ukraine M=3.9 OJC Z ep NIE Z ep OJC Z epg MW2.0 Silesia d=57km OJC E esg Jan14 07:24: S W 100.7Z NEIC mb=4.8 TONGA ISLANDS KWP Z epkp KWP Z e KSP Z epkp KSP Z e

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