|By: Jstn568, 5:34 PM GMT on April 11, 2012||+0|
Seismic Monitor, showing the recent quakes off the West coast of Northern Sumatra.
At 6° or ~660 km, nearest the epicenter showing the immediate arrival of P waves.
At 90° or ~9900 km, showing the lag between the arrival of the first P wave and the arrival of first S wave.
In cases like this, where luckily no one was hurt in either the earthquake itself or a resulting tsunami, I feel comfortable in saying, this is pretty cool to see data like this with such energy!
11-APR-2012 10:43:09 (UTC)
Depth: 16.4 km
|Updated: 5:42 PM GMT on April 11, 2012||Permalink | A A A|
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