COMPOSITE 2001 THROUGH 2010 YEAR CHARTS

Latest Update:  November 6, 2010

OBSERVATIONS  REGARDING  THE  YEAR  CHARTS

Detailed  Discussions  Of  The  Year  Chart  Data


INFORMATION  REGARDING  THE  COMPOSITE  YEAR  CHARTS

       There are three charts on this Web page.  This first one provides some information regarding the different types of data that are displayed on the second and third composite charts.

       Briefly, where there is a line peak at some longitude on an EM Signal or earthquake line it means that the Etdprog.exe Earthquake And Tornado Data evaluation computer program determined that the EM Signals or earthquake associated with that data line were good matches for earthquakes that occurred in the past at that longitude.

       Detailed discussions of the data on these charts can be found on the Year Charts Web Page.

 

        This second chart, a years 2001 through 2010 composite chart uses circles of different sizes and colors to show when 7 and higher magnitude earthquakes occurred.  It was generated using a different earthquake database than the third chart.  And there are some minor differences.  On the Year Charts Web Page there is another chart similar to this one.  However, it does not display any individual earthquake lines.

 

        This third chart uses red triangles to show when earthquakes that produced fatalities occurred, regardless of their magnitude.  It was generated using a different earthquake database than the above, second chart.  And there are some minor differences.

 


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