Weekly Geophysical: 06 June 2014


Summary of report week: USGS is listing 31 events, EMSC is listing 29 events and GFZ Potsdam is listing 28 events. You can view each of these listings below. There were no active category force storms during the week of the report. Max 5 actively erupting volcanoes on any one day out of 6 during the week, over and above the 17 always erupting.
Using converted magnitudes (mb to Mw etc) USGS converts to 85 events and EMSC converts to 85 events. Potsdam events cannot normally be converted as the scale is not always known.

Earthquakes for w/e 06 June 2014

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. All times are in Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) 31 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
2014-06-06 21:42, 1.9612, 128.4941, 5.3 mb, 69.9, Halmahera. Ind. (267)
2014-06-06 04:38, -61.0515, -51.7313, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Scotia Sea (150)
2014-06-05 20:19, -20.3589, -70.2657, 5.0 mb, 35.2, Nr. Coast Of Nthn Chile (122)
2014-06-05 17:22, -28.8961, -112.3029, 5.7 mwb, 7.7, Easter Island Region (685)
2014-06-05 05:44, 61.1531, -140.2478, 5.2 ml, 9.5, Sthn Yukon Territory. Canada (18)
2014-06-05 01:16, -3.4315, 153.5276, 5.1 mb, 341.4, New Ireland Region. P.N.G. (190)
2014-06-04 17:04, -20.6533, -70.8142, 5.0 mwr, 13.7, Nr. Coast Of Nthn Chile (122)
2014-06-04 11:58, 59.0001, -136.6561, 5.7 mwp, 10.0, Seern Alaska (19)
2014-06-04 05:02, -4.1198, 142.4682, 5.0 mb, 79.3, New Guinea. PNG (202)
2014-06-03 21:34, -12.4789, -76.878, 5.2 mb, 47.9, Nr. Coast Of Peru (115)
2014-06-03 19:53, -16.6294, 175.7266, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Fiji Isls. Region (181)
2014-06-03 04:40, -55.1336, -129.2484, 5.1 mb, 18.0, Pacific-Antarctic Ridge (691)
2014-06-03 01:27, -19.2494, -175.5773, 5.1 mb, 253.0, Tonga Isls. (173)
2014-06-02 06:31, -33.0534, -178.9552, 5.3 mb, 10.0, South Of Kermadec Isls. (179)
2014-06-02 01:04, 9.4991, 126.6095, 5.0 mb, 55.2, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-06-01 19:01, 3.1466, 125.7693, 5.0 mb, 111.2, Talaud Isls. Ind. (263)
2014-06-01 15:31, -2.4539, 138.8996, 5.0 mb, 44.0, Irian Jaya. Ind. (201)
2014-06-01 12:05, 34.5246, 24.5732, 5.1 mb, 10.0, Crete. Greece (370)
2014-06-01 10:07, 2.0388, 89.754, 5.8 mwb, 18.8, North Indian Ocean (420)
2014-06-01 03:27, -13.2578, 167.006, 5.0 mb, 185.9, Vanuatu Isls. (186)
2014-05-31 19:53, 9.3725, 126.6145, 5.3 mb, 4.0, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 19:44, 9.3327, 126.5094, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 19:08, -19.8423, -177.2087, 5.1 mb, 357.0, Fiji Isls. Region (181)
2014-05-31 19:05, 9.3402, 126.5991, 5.1 mb, 13.9, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 19:03, 9.2748, 126.5152, 5.0 mb, 46.4, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 18:59, 9.3463, 126.5099, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 18:58, 9.3603, 126.5832, 5.2 mb, 17.6, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 18:46, 9.3767, 126.4356, 5.2 mb, 24.7, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 18:33, 9.4106, 126.6299, 5.1 mb, 8.8, Mindanao. Philippines (259)
2014-05-31 11:53, 18.8517, -107.4447, 6.2 mwp, 10.0, Off Coast Of Jalisco. Mexico (54)
2014-05-31 06:16, 54.9913, 165.6041, 5.4 mwb, 5.1, Komandorskiye Ostrova Region (4)

Mag 6+ events brief details

Magnitude 6.2 Off Coast Of Jalisco. Mexico

World GlobeSaturday, May 31, 2014 @ 11:53:48 UTC
Location in IRIS Earthquake Browser [→]

  • Location: 18.852°N,  107.445°W
  • Depth: 10.0 km
  • Region: Off Coast Of Jalisco. Mexico

  • Distances:
    • 259km (160mi) WSW of Tomatlan, Mexico
    • 303km (188mi) SW of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
    • 306km (190mi) W of Cihuatlan, Mexico
    • 311km (193mi) SW of Ixtapa, Mexico
    • 877km (544mi) W of Mexico City, Mexico
  • Event ID: usc000r9g2

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.

29 events from EMSC

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2014-06-06 23:06, -14.95, -175.03, 5.1 mb, 2.0, Samoa Isls. Region
2014-06-06 21:42, 1.98, 128.52, 5.0 Mw, 80.0, Halmahera. Ind.
2014-06-06 04:38, -61.1, -51.77, 5.1 mb, 10.0, Scotia Sea
2014-06-05 17:22, -28.97, -112.5, 5.8 Mw, 10.0, Easter Island Region
2014-06-05 10:52, -24.16, -66.87, 5.1 mb, 176.0, Salta. Argentina
2014-06-05 05:44, 61.2, -140.41, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Sthn Yukon Territory. Canada
2014-06-05 05:38, 61.25, -140.43, 5.1 Mw, 2.0, Sthn Yukon Territory. Canada
2014-06-05 01:16, -3.35, 153.66, 5.2 mb, 352.0, New Ireland Region. P.N.G.
2014-06-04 17:04, -20.65, -70.81, 5.0 Mw, 10.0, Offshore Tarapaca. Chile
2014-06-04 11:58, 59.12, -136.78, 5.7 Mw, 10.0, Seern Alaska
2014-06-04 05:02, -4.11, 142.49, 5.0 mb, 80.0, New Guinea. PNG
2014-06-03 21:34, -12.49, -76.9, 5.2 mb, 50.0, Nr. Coast Of Central Peru
2014-06-03 04:39, -55.16, -129.25, 5.5 Mw, 3.0, Pacific-Antarctic Ridge
2014-06-03 01:27, -19.33, -175.66, 5.1 mb, 242.0, Tonga
2014-06-02 06:31, -33.06, -179.02, 5.3 mb, 10.0, South Of Kermadec Isls.
2014-06-02 01:04, 9.56, 126.65, 5.0 mb, 49.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-06-01 19:01, 3.19, 125.84, 5.2 mb, 128.0, Kepulauan Sangihe. Ind.
2014-06-01 10:07, 2.02, 89.78, 5.8 Mw, 10.0, North Indian Ocean
2014-06-01 03:27, -13.26, 167.01, 5.0 mb, 184.0, Vanuatu
2014-05-31 23:17, 9.35, 126.49, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 19:54, 9.55, 126.54, 5.3 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 19:08, -19.84, -177.25, 5.2 mb, 344.0, Fiji Region
2014-05-31 19:05, 9.42, 126.64, 5.1 mb, 20.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 19:03, 9.35, 126.53, 5.1 mb, 37.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:59, 9.33, 126.52, 5.0 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:58, 9.43, 126.61, 5.1 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:46, 9.48, 126.6, 5.1 mb, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 11:53, 18.88, -107.57, 6.2 Mw, 10.0, Off Coast Of Jalisco. Mexico
2014-05-31 06:16, 55.05, 165.68, 5.3 Mw, 10.0, Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

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.

28 events from GFZ Potsdam

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2014-06-06 23:06, -14.8, -175.19, 5.2 M, 10.0, Samoa Isls. Region
2014-06-06 21:42, 2.05, 128.55, 5.0 M, 63.0, Halmahera. Ind.
2014-06-06 06:56, 9.78, 126.93, 5.0 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-06-06 04:38, -60.94, -51.45, 5.0 M, 10.0, Scotia Sea
2014-06-05 17:22, -29.23, -112.48, 5.8 M, 10.0, Easter Island Region
2014-06-05 05:44, 61.31, -140.44, 5.1 M, 10.0, Sthn Yukon Territory. Canada
2014-06-05 05:38, 61.34, -140.47, 5.1 M, 10.0, Sthn Yukon Territory. Canada
2014-06-04 17:04, -20.61, -70.74, 5.3 M, 10.0, Nr. Coast Of Nthn Chile
2014-06-04 13:15, 32.38, 141.71, 5.0 M, 10.0, SE Of Honshu. Japan
2014-06-04 11:58, 59.08, -136.94, 5.7 M, 10.0, Seern Alaska
2014-06-04 10:59, -8.34, 109.28, 5.0 M, 87.0, Java. Ind.
2014-06-04 05:02, -4.1, 142.5, 5.1 M, 68.0, New Guinea. PNG
2014-06-04 04:17, 6.5, 126.84, 5.0 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-06-03 21:34, -12.42, -76.8, 5.2 M, 47.0, Nr. Coast Of Peru
2014-06-03 04:40, -55.24, -128.94, 5.5 M, 10.0, Pacific Antarctic Ridge
2014-06-03 01:27, -19.33, -175.85, 5.0 M, 241.0, Tonga Isls.
2014-06-02 06:31, -32.92, -179.33, 5.5 M, 99.0, South Of Kermadec Isls.
2014-06-01 19:01, 3.19, 125.84, 5.3 M, 139.0, Talaud Isls. Ind.
2014-06-01 10:07, 1.98, 89.72, 5.7 M, 10.0, North Indian Ocean
2014-06-01 02:37, 10.34, -72.79, 5.2 M, 10.0, Venezuela
2014-05-31 19:54, 9.53, 126.76, 5.4 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 19:09, -19.86, -177.37, 5.4 M, 373.0, Fiji Isls. Region
2014-05-31 19:05, 9.57, 126.82, 5.0 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:59, 9.42, 126.56, 5.7 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:58, 9.55, 126.78, 5.0 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 18:46, 9.61, 126.69, 5.2 M, 10.0, Mindanao. Philippines
2014-05-31 11:53, 18.88, -107.48, 6.2 M, 10.0, Off Coast Of Jalisco. Mexico
2014-05-31 06:16, 55.04, 165.73, 5.4 M, 34.0, Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

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_20140606
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 magnitudes trend.

M5_Mags_20140606
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 published magnitudes this week

M5_MagsCW_Published_20140606
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Mag 5.0 to 5.9 converted magnitudes this week

M5_MagsCW_Converted_20140606
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Mag 5.0 published/converted comparison

M5CtoPDifference_20140606
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Mag 6.0 to 6.9 magnitudes trend.
M6_Mags_20140606
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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-052wks_20140606
(USGS published values. Click the Image for a larger/clearer version)

M6Inactivity-104wks_20140606
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Mag 7.0 to 7.9 magnitudes trend.

M7_Mags_20140606
(USGS published values. Click the Image for a larger/clearer version)

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-104wks_20140606
(USGS published values. Click the Image for a larger/clearer version)

Mag 8.0+ magnitudes trend

M8_Mags_20140606
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Earthquake Statistics

QuakeStats_20140606
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(See explanation here.)

Rolling 52 Week M5 Counts and Energy(USGS Published & Calculated)

QS_M5_RollingCE_20140606

Rolling 52 Week M6 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)

QS_M6_RollingCE_20140606

Rolling 52 Week M7 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)

QS_M7_RollingCE_20140606

Rolling 52 Week M8 Counts and Energy(USGS Published)

QS_M8_RollingCE_20140606

Rolling Global Counts -v- Energy(USGS Published)
RollingGlobalCount-v-Energy_20140606

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.
SingleMagnitudeGlobal_20140606
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Global Single Magnitude Equivalents By Mag Band

SMGlobal_M5-6-7_20140606


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

Volcanoes_20140606
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Volcanoes erupting this week contributing to the chart.(6)

Cleveland Chuginadak Island
Dukono (Halmahera Indonesia)
Pavlof (United States)
Sangeang Api (Indonesia)
Shiveluch (Kamchatka. Russia)
Ubinas (Peru)

ALASKA VOLCANO OBSERVATORY WEEKLY UPDATE
Friday, June 6, 2014 1:27 PM AKDT (Friday, June 6, 2014 21:27 UTC)

PAVLOF VOLCANO (VNUM #312030)
55°25’2″ N 161°53’37” W, Summit Elevation 8261 ft (2518 m)
Current Volcano Alert Level: WATCH
Current Aviation Color Code: ORANGE

The eruption of Pavlof Volcano that began late on the evening of May 30 is continuing, although the level of activity has declined appreciably over the past 24 hours. Elevated surface temperatures at the summit of the volcano persist in satellite images indicative of continued effusion of lava, cooling lava flows and spatter, or both. At present, ash emissions appear to be greatly reduced and no ash or steam plumes have been evident in satellite images since June 4, although cloud cover has obscured the volcano since Wednesday, June 4. Significant emissions of SO2 gas have been observed in satellite images beginning several days into the eruption.

Beginning May 31, the level of activity escalated gradually and the volcano was producing a nearly continuous ash plume from June 2-4, and ash and steam plumes up to 30,000 feet were observed in clear satellite and web camera images. AVO raised the Aviation Color Code and Volcano Alert Level to RED/Warning on the afternoon of Monday, June 2 as a result of rapidly increasing seismicity and observations of ash plumes above 20,000 feet. This level of eruptive activity persisted for about 6 hours before beginning to decline back to earlier levels, and soon after AVO reduced the status to ORANGE/Watch on Tuesday, June 3, 2014, at 5:54 PM AKDT (01:54 UTC June 4) where it presently remains. Observations this morning indicate a pause in eruptive activity and greatly diminished ash emissions and lava production at the vent.

The largest ash and steam plumes generated thus far have reached about 30,000 ft ASL and have extended about 50-60 mi (80-90 km) downwind of the volcano. AVO has received no reports of significant ash fallout on communities near the volcano, including Sand Point, King Cove, Nelson Lagoon, or Cold Bay, although trace amounts of ash may have reached these areas on occasion. Significant ash fallout has been limited to the immediate area surrounding the volcano. Seismic data from stations on the north flank of the volcano indicate that volcanic mudflows (lahars) have been occurring intermittently and these are likely causing minor flooding in the main drainages on the north flank of the volcano. The extent of inundation associated with these flows is not yet known.

Pavlof Volcano is experiencing a typical Strombolian eruption, characterized by lava fountaining, minor explosions, and the accumulation of spatter on the upper north flank of the volcano. Accumulations of spatter have occasionally built up and collapsed, forming hot, ashy, particle-rich flows that generate high-rising steam plumes on the lower north flank of the volcano. As these flows interact with ice and snow on the volcano, they produce meltwater and steam plumes. Spatter-fed lava flows also are likely forming.

http://www.avo.alaska.edu/activity/

Volcanoes active this week contributing to the chart. (38)

Anak Krakatau (Indonesia)
Bagana (Papua New Guinea)
Batu Tara (Sunda Islands Indonesia)
Chaparrastique [San Miguel] (El Salvador)
Chirinkotan (Russia)
Chirpoi [Snow](Russia)
Colima (México)
Copahue (Chile)
Etna (Sicily Italy)
Fuego (Guatemala)
Heard (Australia)
Ibu (Halmahere – Indonesia)
Karangetang [Api Siau] (Indonesia)
Kelut (E. Java. Indonesia)
Kirishimayama (Shinmoedake) (Japan)
Kusatsu-Shiranesan (Japan)
Lewotobi Perempuan (Indonesia)
Lokon-Empung (Indonesia)
Mount Bromo ( Indonesia.)
Mount Oyama (Miyake-jima – Izu Islands)
Nishino-shima (Japan)
Nyamuragira Democratic Republic Of Congo
Pacaya (Guatemala)
Paluweh [Rokatenda] (Lesser Sunda Islands)
Poas (Costa Rica)
Popocatépetl (México)
Raung (East Java Indonesia)
Reventador (Ecuador)
Semeru (E Java. Indonesia)
Shishaldin (Fox Islands. USA)
Sinabung (Indonesia)
Slamet volcano (West Java)
Soputan (Indonesia)
Suwanose-jima (Ryuku Islands)
Tungurahua (Ecuador)
Ulawun (New Britain Papua New Guinea)
Unnamed (Gadiyada village – India)
Veniaminof (United States)

KVERT web page: Kamchatka and the Northern Kuriles volcanoes: Erupting or Restless

Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre advisories

Anchorage VAAC
Australian VAAC
Buenos Aires VAAC
London VAAC
Montréal VAAC
Tokyo VAAC
Toulouse VAAC
Washington VAAC
Wellington VAAC

Aviation Colour Codes


Category 1+ storms

Cat 1+ Storms Chart
CFStorms_ByDuration_20140606
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There were no active category force storms during the week of the report.

Chart by daily category attaiment
CFStorms_ByDay_20140606
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Comparison of daily category attaiment and duration category attainment
CFStorms_Dur-Day-Compare_20140606
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The comparison chart above shows the Category force storms as they are reported for the duration of the storm. This generally includes the lead in period as the storm builds and the lead out as it decreases to tropical storm or lower force, i.e. under category force.

The day element of the comparison only shows where a storm is reported as being category force. For any day that the storm is being reported as category force the higher of any force value is taken.

If we look at a storm such as ITA we can see that the storm duration was reported as from 04 April to 14 April. Up to 0600 Zulu (GMT/UTC) on 08 April the storm was a Tropical storm. During the 8th it was Cyclone 1 so for the 8th it is counted as one unit of force. Sown below as )

On the 9th it was one, rising to Cyclone 2 by the evening so it is counted as 2 ** for the day. On the 10th it was 4 )))) and on the 11th it was Cyclone 4 dropping to Cyclone 1 so the whole day is counted as Cyclone 4 ****. It was back to a tropical storm again on the 12th.

The comparison gives one a better idea than using just the duration since ITA was 11 days duration, but was only Category 4 on 2 of those days.

Date: 04-14 APR 2014
Cyclone-4 ITA
ADV  LAT    LON      TIME     WIND  PR  STAT
  1 -11.30  156.10 04/04/18Z   35     - TROPICAL STORM
  2 -11.80  155.70 04/05/06Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
  3 -12.20  154.90 04/05/18Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
  4 -12.10  153.90 04/06/06Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
  5 -12.30  153.50 04/06/18Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
  6 -12.10  153.50 04/07/06Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
  7 -11.70  153.20 04/07/18Z   60     - TROPICAL STORM
  8 -11.50  152.50 04/08/06Z   65     - CYCLONE-1 * 
  9 -11.40  152.00 04/08/18Z   70     - CYCLONE-1 * 
 10 -11.50  150.20 04/09/06Z   80     - CYCLONE-1 **
 11 -11.70  148.70 04/09/18Z   90     - CYCLONE-2 **
 12 -12.50  147.10 04/10/06Z  115     - CYCLONE-4 ****
 13 -13.30  146.00 04/10/18Z  135     - CYCLONE-4 ****
 14 -14.50  145.40 04/11/06Z  125     - CYCLONE-4 ****
 15 -15.50  145.00 04/11/18Z   75     - CYCLONE-1 ****
 16 -16.70  145.30 04/12/06Z   50     - TROPICAL STORM
 17 -17.80  146.00 04/12/18Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
 18 -20.10  148.30 04/13/06Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
 19 -22.20  151.70 04/13/18Z   45     - TROPICAL STORM
 20 -23.70  155.10 04/14/06Z   40     - TROPICAL STORM

Data courtesy of Unisys Weather

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

Hurricane 1 COSME 23/06/2013 27/06/2013
Typhoon 1 RUMBIA 28/06/2013 02/07/2013
Hurricane 1 DALILA 30/06/2013 07/07/2013
Hurricane 1 ERICK 04/07/2013 09/07/2013
Typhoon 4 SOULIK 07/07/2013 13/07/2013
Hurricane 1 GIL 30/07/2013 07/08/2013
Hurricane 2 HENRIETTE 03/08/2013 11/08/2013
Typhoon 4 UTOR 08/08/2013 14/08/2013
Typhoon 1 TRAMI 17/08/2013 21/08/2013
Typhoon 1 PEWA 18/08/2013 25/08/2013
Hurricane 1 HUMBERTO 08/09/2013 19/09/2013
Hurricane 1 INGRID 12/09/2013 17/09/2013
Hurricane 1 MANUEL 13/09/2013 20/09/2013
Super Typhoon 5 USAGI 16/09/2013 22/09/2013
Typhoon 2 PABUK 21/09/2013 26/09/2013
Typhoon 2 WUTIP 26/09/2013 30/09/2013
Typhoon 2 FITOW 30/09/2013 06/10/2013
Typhoon 4 DANAS 03/10/2013 08/10/2013
Typhoon 3 NARI 09/10/2013 15/10/2013
Cyclone 5 PHAILIN 09/10/2013 12/10/2013
Typhoon 4 WIPHA 10/10/2013 15/10/2013
Super Typhoon 5 FRANCISCO 16/10/2013 25/10/2013
Hurricane 3 RAYMOND 20/10/2013 30/10/2013
Typhoon 4 LEKIMA 20/10/2013 22/10/2013
Typhoon 3 KROSA 29/10/2013 04/11/2013
Super Typhoon 5 HAIYAN 03/11/2013 11/11/2013
Cyclone 1 LEHAR 23/11/2013 28/11/2013
Cyclone 1 MADI 06/12/2013 12/12/2013
Cyclone 4 AMARA 16/12/2013 23/12/2013
Cyclone 5 BRUCE 17/12/2013 24/12/2013
Cyclone 2 CHRISTINE 28/12/2013 30/12/2013
Cyclone 3 BEJISA 29/12/2013 31/12/2013
Cyclone 3 BEJISA 01/01/2014 05/01/2014
Cyclone 4 IAN 05/01/2014 13/01/2014
Cyclone 4 COLIN 09/01/2014 15/01/2014
Cyclone 1 GUITO 18/02/2014 22/02/2014
Typhoon 1 FAXAI 28/02/2014 06/03/2014
Cyclone 1 LUSI 09/03/2014 13/03/2014
Cyclone 3 GILLIAN 21/03/2014 23/03/2014
Cyclone 2 HELLEN 28/03/2014 30/03/2014
Cyclone 4 ITA 04/04/2014 14/04/2014
Cyclone 2 JACK 18/04/2014 22/04/2014
Typhoon 1 TAPAH 27/04/2014 01/05/2014
Hurricane 4 AMANDA 22/05/2014 29/05/2014

Solar Flux and Other Indices

SFU/AP Chart

The site from which I get the data for the SFUs etc has been exhibiting a problem for the last two days. The page is there but no information. http://www.ips.gov.au/HF_Systems/7/2

KP Indices (Musical Chart)

ql_musiyymm_20140606

Magnetogram

NGK-Magnetogram_20140606
Source of these images


That concludes the report of the week ending 06 June 2014.

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