The Seismicity Viewer is a Java program for interactive viewing of earthquake locations in a 3D space.
Seismicity Viewer displays earthquake locations in 3D as probability density functions (PDFs), maximum-likelihood hypocenters, Gaussian expectation hypocenters and Gaussian confidence ellipsoids. Station locations, associated P and S residuals, and geographic and geologic features are also displayed. The 3D image can be interactively rotated, zoomed and viewed along the coordinate axes in perspective or orthographic projections. The events can viewed individually, all together, or sequentially as an animation.
Seismicity Viewer can read earthquake location data over the internet.
- Homepage: http://alomax.net/seismicity
- Category: Plotting & Display
- Language: Java
earthquake location, seismicity, geographic, GIS, visualization, plotting and display, probabilistic, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris, Unix, C, Java, GMT
Lomax, A., (2005), A Reanalysis of the Hypocentral Location and Related Observations for the Great 1906 California Earthquake, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 95, 861-877.
Lomax, A. (2008), Location and Tectonics of the Focal Region of the California Earthquake of 18 April 1906, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 98, 846-860.
Manager: Anthony Lomax