Today I uploaded a calibrated cluster based on the 5.1 mw Ojai, California earthquake on August 20, 2023.
Author: Eric Bergman
Four new calibrated clusters were added to the GCCEL dataset today, two in Bulgaria (Sofia and Varna) and two in Romania (Bucharest and Orsova).
Today I added calibrated clusters “austin” (Nevada), “khutia” (western Georgia) and “ardahan” (northeastern Turkey) to GCCEL. It may take a few days for them to show up on the ScienceBase website and they will only appear at the ISC Dataset Repository when I have added enough new clusters to justify a new distribution. The mloc folders for these three clusters are available now on this website.
I created a file gccel.kmz for displaying the current GCCEL dataset in Google Earth or any other program that can handle a kmz file. The file can also be downloaded from the GCCEL section of this website. Cluster hypocentroids are organized by country and shown in red; clicking the icon displays a lot of information about the cluster. Individual epicenters are shown in yellow; clicking the icon gives information on the hypocenter, magnitude and calibration level. Display of epicenters (all or none) can be toggled on or off.