Weekly Geophysical: 26 April 2013


Summary of report week: USGS is listing 33 events, EMSC is listing 34 events and GFZ Potsdam is listing 36 events. You can view each of these listings below. No active category force storms. Max 6 actively erupting volcanoes over and above the 17 always erupting.
Using converted magnitudes (mb to Mw etc) USGS converts to 86 events and EMSC converts to 92 events. Potsdam events cannot normally be converted as the scale is not known.

Earthquakes for w/e 26 April 2013

Full details of Mag 6+ earthquakes can be found here but the block details of USGS provided M6+ are shown below.

The listings for each of the main global providers is shown below.

33 events from USGS (See expanded details if any for links to USGS or in line links for Quake Watch or Google location map)

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2013-04-26T06:53:28Z, -28.7357, -178.9155, 6.2 Mi, 349.0, Kermadec Islands Rgn {Map}
2013-04-26T03:15:49Z, 51.3079, -177.8708, 5.0 Mb, 15.8, Andreanof Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T22:32:52Z, 50.2111, 157.5223, 5.0 mb, 23.1, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T22:22:57Z, 50.0564, 157.834, 5.0 Mb, 14.8, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T18:02:11Z, 17.3707, 147.185, 5.0 Mb, 49.5, Mariana Islands Rgn {Map}
2013-04-24T22:10:31Z, 28.3779, 104.9722, 5.3 Mb, 12.0, E.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-24T14:08:57Z, -18.7244, 169.2115, 5.3 Mb, 231.1, Vanuatu {Map}
2013-04-24T14:07:01Z, -10.1987, 161.4155, 5.3 Mb, 72.1, Solomon Islands {Map}
2013-04-24T09:25:29Z, 34.5167, 70.2072, 5.6 Mb, 62.1, Hindu Kush Rgn. Afghanistan {Map}
2013-04-24T06:21:19Z, 32.3721, 139.0758, 5.2 Mb, 223.7, Izu Islands. Japan Rgn {Map}
2013-04-23T23:14:42Z, -3.9108, 152.1266, 6.5 Mi, 16.3, New Ireland Rgn. Papua New Guinea {Map}
2013-04-22T23:40:47Z, -29.8058, -176.2114, 5.5 Mb, 9.9, Kermadec Islands Rgn {Map}
2013-04-22T13:16:17Z, 49.9745, 157.4462, 5.1 Mb, 38.4, E. Of The Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T10:22:40Z, 50.064, 157.5108, 5.2 Mb, 17.7, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T09:11:56Z, 42.8697, 122.2752, 5.0 M, 24.2, Nei Mongol-Liaoning Border Rgn. China {Map}
2013-04-22T04:36:40Z, 51.1352, 179.5179, 5.1 Mi, 40.3, Rat Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T01:16:33Z, 18.1585, -102.0803, 5.9 Mw, 28.5, Guerrero. Mexico {Map}
2013-04-21T13:48:29Z, 51.654, -178.2459, 5.7 Ml, 44.0, Andreanof Islands {Map}
2013-04-21T09:05:22Z, 30.3284, 102.9935, 5.2 Mb, 9.4, W.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-21T03:59:38Z, 30.2086, 103.032, 5.0 Mb, 12.2, E.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-21T03:22:16Z, 29.9151, 138.9262, 6.1 Mt, 424.1, Izu Islands. Japan Rgn {Map}
2013-04-20T20:53:43Z, 30.3282, 103.071, 5.2 Mb, 9.8, E.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T13:18:08Z, 50.0183, 157.4133, 5.3 Mb, 9.6, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T13:12:51Z, 50.1398, 157.2247, 6.1 Mw, 20.2, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T05:11:57Z, -54.7654, 1.179, 5.4 Mb, 8.6, Bouvet Island Rgn {Map}
2013-04-20T04:51:10Z, -6.314, 130.1561, 5.7 Mw, 86.8, Banda Sea {Map}
2013-04-20T03:42:03Z, -5.0368, 152.1417, 5.6 Mb, 72.6, New Britain Rgn. Papua New Guinea {Map}
2013-04-20T03:34:16Z, 30.1808, 102.9282, 5.1 Mb, 12.3, W.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T01:37:28Z, 30.2827, 103.0014, 5.1 Mb, 12.0, E.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T01:11:51Z, 30.218, 102.8757, 5.0 Mb, 10.0, W.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T01:11:51Z, 30.218, 102.8757, 5.0 Mb, 10.0, W.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:30:29Z, 1.4962, 30.7945, 5.0 Mb, 23.2, Lake Albert Rgn. Uganda {Map}
2013-04-20T00:02:47Z, 30.2843, 102.9557, 6.6 M, 12.3, W.Ern Sichuan. China {Map}

Mag 6+ events brief details

Magnitude 6.2 Kermadec Islands region

World GlobeFriday, April 26, 2013 @ 06:53:28 UTC
Location in Google Maps

  • Location: 28.736°S,  178.916°W
  • Depth: 349.0 km
  • Region: Kermadec Islands region

  • Distances:
    • 115km (71mi) WNW of Raoul Island, New Zealand
    • 921km (572mi) SSW of Nuku`alofa, Tonga
    • 1003km (623mi) NE of Whangarei, New Zealand
    • 1072km (666mi) NE of North Shore, New Zealand
    • 1077km (669mi) NE of Auckland, New Zealand
  • Event ID: usb000gg01

Magnitude 6.5 New Ireland region. Papua New Guinea

World GlobeTuesday, April 23, 2013 @ 23:14:42 UTC
Location in Google Maps

  • Location: 3.911°S,  152.127°E
  • Depth: 16.3 km
  • Region: New Ireland region. Papua New Guinea

  • Distances:
    • 32km (19mi) N of Rabaul, Papua New Guinea
    • 51km (31mi) NNW of Kokopo, Papua New Guinea
    • 209km (129mi) SE of Kavieng, Papua New Guinea
    • 285km (177mi) NE of Kimbe, Papua New Guinea
    • 820km (509mi) NE of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea
  • Event ID: usb000gen8

Magnitude 6.1 Izu Islands. Japan region

World GlobeSunday, April 21, 2013 @ 03:22:16 UTC
Location in Google Maps

  • Location: 29.915°N,  138.926°E
  • Depth: 424.1 km
  • Region: Izu Islands. Japan region

  • Distances:
    • 360km (223mi) SSW of Hachijo-jima, Japan
    • 506km (314mi) SE of Shingu, Japan
    • 523km (324mi) S of Oyama, Japan
    • 526km (326mi) S of Shimoda, Japan
    • 644km (400mi) S of Tokyo, Japan
  • Event ID: usb000gczl

Magnitude 6.1 Kuril Islands

World GlobeSaturday, April 20, 2013 @ 13:12:51 UTC
Location in Google Maps

  • Location: 50.140°N,  157.225°E
  • Depth: 20.2 km
  • Region: Kuril Islands

  • Distances:
    • 98km (60mi) SE of Severo-Kuril’sk, Russia
    • 321km (199mi) SSW of Vilyuchinsk, Russia
    • 337km (209mi) SSW of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
    • 348km (216mi) SSW of Yelizovo, Russia
    • 2140km (1329mi) NE of Tokyo, Japan
  • Event ID: usb000gcls

Magnitude 6.9 western Sichuan. China

World GlobeSaturday, April 20, 2013 @ 00:02:48 UTC
Location in Google Maps

  • Location: 30.314°N,  102.934°E
  • Depth: 16.4 km
  • Region: western Sichuan. China

  • Distances:
    • 50km (31mi) WSW of Linqiong, China
    • 99km (61mi) ENE of Kangding, China
    • 111km (68mi) NW of Leshan, China
    • 114km (70mi) WSW of Chengdu, China
    • 1065km (661mi) NNW of Ha Noi, Vietnam
  • Event ID: usb000gcdd

All earthquakes in the list and the expanded details (if any) above, are sourced from USGS Links go to the USGS web site but if you are viewing this more than 30 days after the event the web page will not be available unless it was a significant quake.

34 events from EMSC

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2013-04-26T06:53:29Z, -28.6909, -178.7881, 6.2 Mw, 350.0, Kermadec Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-26T03:15:48Z, 51.3748, -177.8037, 5.0 mb, 15.0, Andreanof Islands Aleutian Is. {Map}
2013-04-25T22:32:53Z, 50.1827, 157.5563, 5.1 mb, 30.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T22:22:57Z, 50.1823, 157.5467, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-24T22:10:32Z, 28.5432, 104.9766, 5.2 mb, 15.0, Eastern Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-24T14:09:01Z, -18.7241, 169.2489, 5.4 mb, 263.0, Vanuatu {Map}
2013-04-24T14:07:02Z, -10.1578, 161.5013, 5.0 mb, 70.0, Solomon Islands {Map}
2013-04-24T09:25:30Z, 34.563, 70.2681, 5.5 Mw, 60.0, Hindu Kush Region Afghanistan {Map}
2013-04-23T23:14:41Z, -3.7881, 152.1884, 6.5 Mw, 10.0, New Ireland Region P.N.G. {Map}
2013-04-22T23:40:50Z, -29.775, -176.0184, 5.2 mb, 33.0, Kermadec Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-22T13:16:18Z, 49.9978, 157.4459, 5.0 mb, 47.0, East Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T10:22:40Z, 49.986, 157.5532, 5.0 mb, 20.0, East Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T09:11:55Z, 43.0185, 122.3574, 5.1 mb, 15.0, Eastern Nei Mongol China {Map}
2013-04-22T06:03:14Z, 51.2494, 179.4894, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Rat Islands Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T04:36:36Z, 51.3696, 179.4773, 5.6 Mw, 10.0, Rat Islands Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T04:36:35Z, 51.3305, 179.4517, 5.2 mb, 5.0, Rat Islands Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T01:16:38Z, 18.2398, -102.0433, 6.1 Mw, 70.0, Michoacan Mexico {Map}
2013-04-21T13:48:31Z, 51.6989, -178.0992, 5.6 Mw, 60.0, Andreanof Islands Aleutian Is. {Map}
2013-04-21T11:45:09Z, -5.1209, 151.7227, 5.0 mb, 111.0, New Britain Region P.N.G. {Map}
2013-04-21T09:05:24Z, 30.3824, 103.0446, 5.1 mb, 20.0, Eastern Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-21T03:59:39Z, 30.2521, 102.979, 5.0 mb, 20.0, Western Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-21T03:22:17Z, 29.9563, 138.9596, 6.2 Mw, 435.0, Izu Islands Japan Region {Map}
2013-04-20T20:53:45Z, 30.4375, 103.0439, 5.1 mb, 20.0, Eastern Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-20T13:18:08Z, 50.0388, 157.4306, 5.6 mb, 10.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T13:12:52Z, 50.1272, 157.1397, 6.1 Mw, 30.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T05:11:56Z, -54.8684, 1.1558, 5.8 Mw, 2.0, Bouvet Island Region {Map}
2013-04-20T04:51:13Z, -6.3873, 130.285, 5.8 Mw, 120.0, Banda Sea {Map}
2013-04-20T03:42:02Z, -5.0478, 152.2437, 5.4 mb, 68.0, New Britain Region P.N.G. {Map}
2013-04-20T03:34:17Z, 30.2743, 102.9367, 5.2 mb, 20.0, Western Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-20T01:37:29Z, 30.2851, 102.9077, 5.0 mb, 20.0, Western Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-20T01:11:53Z, 30.3387, 102.8588, 5.0 mb, 20.0, Western Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:31:36Z, 30.3396, 103.0526, 5.0 M, 15.0, Eastern Sichuan China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:30:26Z, 1.2226, 30.4103, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Lake Albert Region Congo {Map}
2013-04-20T00:02:48.700Z, 30.3368, 102.9975, 6.6 Mw, 20.0, Western Sichuan China {Map}

All earthquakes in the above list are sourced from EMSC. Magnitude 6 and upwards events link directly to the EMSC web site for the event.

36 events from GFZ Potsdam

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2013-04-26T06:53:29Z, -28.51, -179, 6.1 M, 354.0, Kermadec Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-25T22:32:52Z, 50.08, 157.67, 5.3 M, 32.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T22:23:00Z, 50.02, 157.7, 5.2 M, 32.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-25T18:02:09Z, 17.37, 147.18, 5.0 M, 29.0, Mariana Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-24T22:10:31Z, 28.42, 104.95, 5.1 M, 10.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-24T14:09:00Z, -18.73, 169.19, 5.2 M, 241.0, Vanuatu Islands {Map}
2013-04-24T14:07:02Z, -10.18, 161.45, 5.0 M, 70.0, Solomon Islands {Map}
2013-04-24T09:25:31Z, 34.52, 70.27, 5.5 M, 67.0, S.E.Ern Afghanistan {Map}
2013-04-24T06:21:19Z, 32.39, 139.09, 5.1 M, 215.0, S.E. Of Honshu. Japan {Map}
2013-04-23T23:14:42Z, -3.86, 152.07, 6.2 M, 10.0, New Ireland Region. P.N.G. {Map}
2013-04-22T23:40:48Z, -29.83, -176.18, 5.3 M, 10.0, Kermadec Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-22T13:16:14Z, 49.93, 157.53, 5.1 M, 10.0, East Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T10:22:40Z, 50.01, 157.61, 5.1 M, 10.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T07:47:27Z, -16.66, 176.67, 5.2 M, 10.0, Fiji Islands Region {Map}
2013-04-22T06:13:32Z, 51.16, 179.41, 5.2 M, 10.0, Rat Islands. Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T06:03:14Z, 51.14, 179.49, 5.0 M, 10.0, Rat Islands. Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T04:36:36Z, 51.23, 179.42, 5.6 M, 10.0, Rat Islands. Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-22T01:16:33Z, 18.15, -102.07, 6.1 M, 29.0, Michoacan. Mexico {Map}
2013-04-21T13:48:30Z, 51.59, -178.11, 5.5 M, 48.0, Andreanof Islands. Aleutian Islands {Map}
2013-04-21T09:05:25Z, 30.33, 103, 5.1 M, 22.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-21T06:31:59Z, 47.88, 149.94, 5.1 M, 10.0, N.W. Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-21T03:59:40Z, 30.23, 102.99, 5.0 M, 26.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-21T03:22:17Z, 29.96, 138.93, 6.1 M, 432.0, S.E. Of Honshu. Japan {Map}
2013-04-20T20:53:45Z, 30.37, 103.03, 5.1 M, 21.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T13:18:12Z, 49.93, 157.5, 5.6 M, 34.0, East Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T13:12:52Z, 50.04, 157.24, 6.0 M, 30.0, Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T05:11:58Z, -54.78, 1.15, 5.8 M, 15.0, Bouvet Island Region {Map}
2013-04-20T04:51:13Z, -6.37, 130.26, 6.2 M, 116.0, Banda Sea {Map}
2013-04-20T03:42:02Z, -5.04, 152.08, 5.6 M, 59.0, New Britain Region. P.N.G. {Map}
2013-04-20T03:34:17Z, 30.3, 103, 5.2 M, 19.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:37:12Z, 30.3, 102.98, 5.0 M, 15.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:31:36Z, 30.33, 103.05, 5.0 M, 15.0, Sichuan. China {Map}
2013-04-20T00:30:27Z, 1.43, 30.69, 5.0 M, 10.0, Uganda {Map}
2013-04-20T00:28:55Z, 51.04, 155.58, 5.0 M, 10.0, N.W. Of Kuril Islands {Map}
2013-04-20T00:02:48Z, 30.27, 102.96, 6.6 M, 19.0, Sichuan. China {Map}

All earthquakes in the above list are sourced from GFZ Potsdam Links on Mag 6 and greater go direct to the GFZ Potsdam web page for the event.

All Magnitudes trend 5+
AllMagnitudes_20130426
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 magnitudes trend.
M5_Mags_20130426
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 magnitudes this week
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 converted magnitudes this week
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M5CtoPDifference_20130426

Mag 6.0 to 6.9 magnitudes trend.
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Peaks of Inactivity M6
Shows the days in between Mag 6 band events. Days where a Mag 6 earthquake occurs are zero on the chart.
M6Inactivity_20130426
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Mag 7.0 to 7.9 magnitudes trend.
M7_Mags_20130426
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Peaks of Inactivity M7
Shows the days in between Mag 7 band events. Days where a Mag 7 earthquake occurs are zero on the chart.
M7Inactivity_20130426
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Mag 8.0+ magnitudes trend
M8_Mags_20130426
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Earthquake Statistics
QuakeStats_20130426
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(See explanation here.)

Rolling 52 Week M5 Counts and Energy(USGS Published & Calculated)
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Rolling 52 Week M6 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)
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Rolling 52 Week M7 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)
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Rolling 52 Week M8 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)
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Rolling Global Counts -v- Energy(USGS Published)
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Global Single Magnitude Equivalent
This represents the total energy output of Mag 5+ Published USGS earthquakes, in a rolling 52 week period, summed and converted back to an approximate single magnitude value, i.e. the magnitude of a quake of comparable energy value.
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Global Single Magnitude Equivalents By Mag Band
SMGlobal_M5-6-7_20130426

Volcanoes

Volcano information gathered from various sources, including the Smithsonian Weekly Volcanic Activity Report from which confirmation of reports is taken.

A volcano is only included in the listing if there is significant ash above 1km height (white/steam clouds are not counted) or there is a significant lava flow. Crater incandescence, unless accompanied by the either of the preceding does qualify as an eruption.

Volcano Chart

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Volcanoes erupting this week contributing to the chart.
Batu Tara (Sunda Islands Indonesia)
Etna (Sicily Italy)
Fuego (Guatemala)
Kizimen (Kamchatka. Russia)
Paluweh (Lesser Sunda Islands, Indonesia)
Plosky Tolbachik (Kamchatka. Russia)
Popocatépetl (México)
Shiveluch (Kamchatka. Russia)

Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre advisories

Anchorage VAAC Last Non nil advisory: 2012-10-31 12:00:00, NOVARUPTA, ALASKA PENINSULA, 2012/005
Australian VAAC Latest: Currently there are no Volcanic Ash Advisories active for the Darwin VAAC region.
Buenos Aires VAAC Latest: No se han emitido Avisos de Cenizas Volcánicas (No reports)
London VAAC Latest: There are currently no advisories in force
Montréal VAAC Last advisory: 18 Dec 2012 – TEST. No active advisories.
Tokyo VAAC Latest: No current advisories.
Toulouse VAAC Last issued report: 01-11-2012 – 15:00 UTC – 2012-01 — NYIRAGONGO
Washington VAAC No current advisories.
Wellington VAAC Latest: No current advisories.

Aviation Colour Codes


Category 1+ storms

Cat 1+ Storms Chart
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There are no ‘Category’ force storms in the world on the day of the report.

No ‘Category’ force storms were in force during the week.

Data courtesy of Unisys Weather

The category force storms contributing to the rolling calendar year chart are:

Hurricane 3 BUD 21/05/2012 26/05/2012
Typhoon 1 SANVU 21/05/2012 27/05/2012
Typhoon 3 MAWAR 31/05/2012 05/06/2012
Typhoon 4 GUCHOL 11/06/2012 19/06/2012
Hurricane 2 CARLOTTA 14/06/2012 17/06/2012
Hurricane 1 CHRIS 16/06/2012 19/06/2012
Hurricane 3 DANIEL 04/07/2012 12/07/2012
Hurricane 4 EMILIA 07/07/2012 15/07/2012
Hurricane 2 FABIO 12/07/2012 18/07/2012
Typhoon 4 VICENTE 20/07/2012 24/07/2012
Typhoon 2 SAOLA 28/07/2012 03/08/2012
Typhoon 1 DAMREY 28/07/2012 02/08/2012
Hurricane 1 ERNESTO 01/08/2012 10/08/2012
Typhoon 1 HAIKUI 02/08/2012 08/08/2012
Hurricane 1 GILMA 07/08/2012 11/08/2012
Typhoon 1 KAI_TAK 12/08/2012 17/08/2012
Hurricane 2 GORDON 15/08/2012 20/08/2012
Typhoon 4 TEMBIN 19/08/2012 30/08/2012
Typhoon 4 BOLAVEN 20/08/2012 28/08/2012
Hurricane 1 ISAAC 21/08/2012 01/09/2012
Hurricane 1 ILEANA 27/08/2012 02/09/2012
Hurricane 2 KIRK 28/08/2012 02/09/2012
Hurricane 1 LESLIE 30/08/2012 11/09/2012
Hurricane 3 MICHAEL 03/09/2012 11/09/2012
Super Typhoon 5 SANBA 10/09/2012 17/09/2012
Hurricane 1 NADINE 11/09/2012 04/10/2012
Hurricane 1 LANE 15/09/2012 19/09/2012
Super Typhoon 5 JELAWAT 20/09/2012 30/09/2012
Hurricane 3 MIRIAM 22/09/2012 28/09/2012
Typhoon 3 PRAPIROON 07/10/2012 19/10/2012
Hurricane 1 RAFAEL 12/10/2012 17/10/2012
Cyclone 3 ANAIS 12/10/2012 17/10/2012
Hurricane 3 PAUL 13/10/2012 17/10/2012
Hurricane 2 SANDY 22/10/2012 29/10/2012
Typhoon 3 SON_TINH 23/10/2012 29/10/2012
Super Typhoon 5 BOPHA 25/11/2012 09/12/2012
Hurricane 1 Unnamed (Atlantic) 30/11/2012 01/12/2012
Cyclone 3 CLAUDIA 06/12/2012 13/12/2012
Cyclone 4 EVAN 11/12/2012 19/12/2012
Cyclone 3 FREDA 28/12/2012 02/01/2013
Cyclone 1 DUMILE 01/01/2013 05/01/2013
Cyclone 4 NARELLE 07/01/2013 14/01/2013
Cyclone 2 GARRY 20/01/2013 27/01/2013
Cyclone 4 FELLENG 26/01/2013 03/02/2013
Cyclone 2 GINO 11/02/2013 15/02/2013
Cyclone 3 HARUNA 19/02/2013 25/02/2013
Cyclone 2 RUSTY 24/02/2013 27/02/2013
Cyclone 3 SANDRA 07/03/2013 14/03/2013
Cyclone 2 IMELDA 06/04/2013 16/04/2013
Cyclone 1 VICTORIA 09/04/2013 12/04/2013

Solar Flux and Other Indices

SFU/AP Chart

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Moscon Neutron Monitor

Neutron monitor ( cosmic ray station Moscow ) is situated 20 km south-west from Moscow in Troitsk town. It is operating in Cosmic Ray Department of Solar-Terrestrial Division of IZMIRAN. Principal Investigator: V.G.Yanke.
moscow-neutron_2013-04-26
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Source of this image.

KP Indices (Musical Chart)

Source
ql-kp-music_2013-04-26

HAARP Fluxgate Magnetometer

Magnetic variations in nTesla for the past month

Combined plot
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Vertical (Z plot)
zfluxgateimage_2013-04-26
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East (D plot)
dfluxgateimage_2013-04-26
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North (H plot)
hfluxgateimage_2013-04-26
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These charts can be recreated from the source: HAARP Fluxgate Magnetometer


That concludes the report of the week ending 26 April 2013.

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