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North Korea Event

Summary

The red marker denotes the earthquake epicenter.

On Wed Jan 6th 2016 01:30:02 (UTC) the seismic network recorded an earthquake (preliminary 5.1 mb) located in North Korea. Seismic region Eastern Asia.

The epicentral distance (i.e. distance separating the location to the epicenter) to the closest station CSLB in the network is 9,222.7 km.

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Details

Time:Wed Jan 6th 2016 01:30:02 (UTC)
Magnitude:5.1 mb
Location:(41.3263,129.0103)
Depth:10.0 km
Author:USGS:us
evid,orid:902101,912026
nass,ndef:13,0
Authoritative:y

Proximity to Population Centers

Event and active stations

The red marker denotes the earthquake epicenter.

Seismic waveforms for closest station

Closest station with identified signal. 0.8 to 3 Hz bandpass Butterworth filter has been applied to data.

Seismic waveforms for vertical channels in network

Subset of several stations close to the event. 0.8 to 3 Hz bandpass Butterworth filter has been applied to data.

Signal description at some stations

STA_CHANDeltaS-E azPhase TimeSNRTimeResModelAutharid
RDM_HHZ83.686316.41P1452044553.2888-11.556iasp91dbp:jtytell:160902194
CRY_HHZ83.796316.47pP1452044554.2997-1-1.32iasp91dbp:jtytell:160902223
WMC_HHZ83.826316.5pP1452044554.602-1-1.171iasp91dbp:jtytell:160902224
SND_HHZ83.877316.53pP1452044554.8633-1-1.171iasp91dbp:jtytell:160902225

External resources

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