Réponses sur la sismicité régionale
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This page gathers the earthquakes information determined by the SCARDEC method, adapted to run automatically in near-real time. Information for a recent earthquake is typically posted here 37-45 minutes after its occurence. The list below may include earthquakes down to magnitude 5.4-5.5, and should present most of the earthquakes with magnitudes larger than 6.
When clicking on each earthquake line, a map with the main SCARDEC results is presented. The focal mechanism, moment magnitude, depth, as well as a representative source time function of the earthquake, are shown. Numerical values of focal mechanism parameters and seismic moment are written below the map.
The first earthquake of the automatic analyses is on 2011/08/01 . To illustrate the results, some older large earthquakes have been inserted before this date.
See more information (about the data, the procedure, the reasons that could prevent from providing the earthquake information, the source time function determination, how to receive the SCARDEC information by email...) in the "detailed notes" section. Acknowledgments are also reported in this section.
If using some of the results of this webpage, please refer to : Vallée, M., J. Charléty, A.M.G. Ferreira, B. Delouis, and J. Vergoz, SCARDEC : a new technique for the rapid determination of seismic moment magnitude, focal mechanism and source time functions for large earthquakes using body wave deconvolution, Geophys. J. Int., 184, 338-358, 2011.