Numbers Count and Energy Graphs

this calender shows day numbers 1-365 (set to GMT/UTC)

Number of earthquakes per day

Notice 29.09.2012

Geonet have introduced a new earthquake recording system as of Sept 1st 2012 called SeisComP3. This system records automatically and only about 10-20% per day of those are reviewed by a seismologist (so far ).
So what this is doing is putting approx 32-60 quakes per day on the database, way higher figures than previously on the Magma database, and more in line with the numbers per day when database revisions come out months later.
While this is all good for getting the data up quickly, the sudden surge in number of quakes per day will skew the graph. This won’t apply so much with the energy graphs as most of the extra quakes are mag1’s and mag2’s which have a low TTNT count anyway.

So view the graphs I have already done, they have always been preliminary data anyway, so just a guide.
The 2009 graphs are likely pretty close to what the Final data will show.
.

2014 – December Preliminary

2014 - December Preliminary

2014 – November Preliminary

2014 - November Preliminary

2014 – October Preliminary

2014 - October Preliminary

2014 – September Preliminary

2014 - September Preliminary

2014 – August Preliminary

2014 - August Preliminary

2014 – July Preliminary

2014 - July Preliminary

2014 – June Preliminary

2014 - June Preliminary

2014 – May Preliminary

2014 - May Preliminary

2014 – April Preliminary

2014 - April Preliminary

2014 – March Preliminary

2014 - March Preliminary

2014 – February Preliminary

2014 - February Preliminary

2014 – January Preliminary

2014 - January Preliminary

2013 – December Preliminary

2013 - December Preliminary

2013 – November Preliminary

2013 - November Preliminary

2013 – October Preliminary

2013 - October Preliminary

2013 – September Preliminary

2013 - September Preliminary

2013 – August Preliminary

2013 - August Preliminary

2013 – July Preliminary

2013 - July Preliminary

2013 – June Preliminary

2013 - June Preliminary

2013 – May Preliminary

2013 - May Preliminary

2013 – April Preliminary

2013 - April Preliminary

2013 – March Preliminary

2013 - March Preliminary

2013 – February Preliminary

2013 - February Preliminary

2013 – January Preliminary

2013 - January Preliminary

click on image for larger view (opens in new tab)

2012- Preliminary

columns marked red are days with magnitude 5+ events
2012 numbers count per day graph

2011- Preliminary

2011 numbers count per day graph

2010 – Preliminary

2010 numbers count per day graph

2009 – (almost) Final

2009 numbers count per day graph

Energy released per day – overview

formula used for calculation is TTNT (tonnes of TNT released) = (10^(4.8+(M*1.5))/4184)/10^6, where M = magnitude
(full coloured columns are larger events 5+)

2012 – Preliminary

2012 TNT energy released per day graph, overview

2011 – Preliminary

2011 TNT energy released per day graph, overview

Energy released per day – lower numbers

2012 – Preliminary

2012 TNT energy released per day graph, lower numbers

2011 – Preliminary

2011 TNT energy released per day graph, lower numbers

Energy Released Comparison, by Month/ Year

2012 Energy Released

Total = 897,431 TTNT
2012 TNT energy released per month graph

2011 Energy Released

Total = 595,773 TTNT
2011 TNT energy released per month graph

2010 Energy Released

Total = 924,047 TTNT
2010 TNT energy released per month graph

2009 Energy Released

Total = 7,906,001 TTNT
2009 TNT energy released per month graph

.

Reviewed Data

May 2009 Reviewed

Numbers Count and TNT energy released May 2009 graph

April 2009 Reviewed

Numbers Count and TNT energy released April 2009 graph

March 2009 Reviewed

Numbers Count and TNT energy released March 2009 graph

February 2009 Reviewed

Numbers Count and TNT energy released February 2009 graph

January 2009 Reviewed

Numbers Count and TNT energy released January 2009 graph

2 Responses to “Numbers Count and Energy Graphs”

  1. Nice page. I shall have to return to this from time to time.

Trackbacks

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: