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SAN JACINTO FAULT ALERT: Wrightwood to Anza, CA





Mount St. Helens Volcano Eruption Update:

U.S. Geological Survey, Vancouver, Washington
University of Washington, Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network, Seattle, Washington

Mount St. Helens Volcano, January 31, 2005 09:35 a.m. PST (0935 UTC)

Current status is Volcano Advisory (Alert Level 2); aviation color code ORANGE


The Latest Eruption Update for the Unrest at Mt. Saint Helens, WA

Definition of Alert Levels

Mount St. Helens Satellite Imagery

For additional information, background, images, and other graphics, please visit:

Pacific Northwest Seismic Network

Caution: You may need to refresh the displayed page in order to view the latest live Volcano-Webcam.

Graphic: Mt. Saint Helens Webcam
Graphic: Popocatepetl Volcano  Webcam


Links to Phenomena Associated with Earthquakes Worldwide

Icelandic water making waves in seismology

Earthquakes—Rattling the Earth’s Plumbing System

Earthquake Lights: Kobe Earthquake in Japan 1995

Recent Infrasonics Associated with Deep
Crustal Resonant Frequency Activity along
the Pacific and North American Plate Boundary

Graphic:(AE)Infrasonic Spectrogram


The Great Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami
December 26, 2004

Mega-Quake Map
Rupture Area Map
Sumatra Earthquake Global Displacement Wavefield

The Great Earthquake and Tsunami of 26 December 2004 in Southeast Asia

Preliminary report of numerical computation of tsunamis
generated by the December 26, 2004
Off Sumatra Island Earthquake, Indonesia


India’s last active volcano erupts in Andaman Islands

Info about Barren 1 Active Volcano in Andaman Islands, India



Eastern California Shear Zone
CA/NV Border/Eastern Sierras/Yellowstone
Tectonic and Volcanic Activity

How Volcanoes Work

Yellowstone Swarm Report: 2004

Volcanoes of Canada

The Long Valley Caldera: White Mountains Region

Living With a Restless Caldera:Long Valley, California

Future Eruptions in California's Long Valley Area--What's Likely

Adobe Hills Volcanic Field

Summary of Holocene eruptive activity and probable greatest hazards from future eruptions at volcanic centers in California

Eruptions from the Inyo chain about 600 Years ago: sequence of events and effects in the Long Valley Area

Long Valley Tilt Meters

Photo Gallery of the Long Valley area, California

ERS radar interferometry reveals strain transient in the Eastern California Shear Zone

Lithospheric Dynamics and Continental Deformation

USGS California Tiled 2 Degree Maps

USGS California Quarternary Fault and Fold Database Maps

Graphic: Map of Nevada Volcanoes Graphic: Map of Volcanic Hazard Zones for California

Potential Sources for Earthquakes in Northern California

Pulling the Rug Out from Under California

Giant Earthquakes Beneath Canada's West Coast

The role of stress transfer in earthquake occurrence

The San Andreas Fault system through the Transverse Ranges as illuminated by earthquakes

Graphic: General Location Map of the Long Valley area, California

San Jacinto Fault Zone Advisory
GeoSeismic Labs of California
Hesperia, California




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MT ULF UPDATE: January 1, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was a period with observed strong deep crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic energy at 1.96 Hz (-77.29 dBv). ULF and MT activity was decreased during the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event is still in progress. The infrasonic harmonic resonant frequency associated with Northern California and further north along the plate boundary, was active. There was a long period with multiple resonant low-level harmonics, which were associated with a micro quake epicentered near Ocotillo Wells, Borrego Springs and along the San Jacinto fault zone.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 002 Issued at 0245Z on 02 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 01 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0001 0031 0039  0715        X1.7     8700   760    II/IV           
 0109 0113 0116                       230                           
 0149 0154 0155                       1900                          
 0223 0223 0223                       130                           
 0229 0232 0234                       210                           
 0237 0247 0256                       900                           
B.  Proton Events:  None.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 2, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was a period with observed strong deep crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic energy at 1.98 Hz (-76.40 dBv). ULF and MT activity was increased during the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event is still in progress. The infrasonic harmonic resonant frequency associated with Northern California and further north along the plate boundary, was active. Yesterday, I observed a long period with multiple resonant low-level harmonics, which were associated with a micro quake epicentered near Ocotillo Wells, Borrego Springs and along the San Jacinto fault zone. Today there was a M4.0 earthquake which appears to be associated with the Pacific and North American Plate Boundary, south of the Imperial Fault and within a zone of divergence (Cerro Prieto) located in Northern Baja California, Mexico. Also, this particular seismic event was preceded by several hours of increased ULF and peak MT activity as a precursor. Some of you may have noticed it during the day on the near real-time data display web page. The multiple harmonics reported earlier are inferred to be coming from the San Jacinto fault zone. The Imperial fault is believed to be an extension of the Southern San Jacinto fault zone. Last December 29, I observed a fundamental peak harmonic at 0.66 Hz which was inferred to be related to the plate boundary in the Gulf of California, Mexico.

M4.0 2005/01/02 20:58:48 UT 32.371N 115.212W d:33.3 km ( 8 mi) NW of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
M3.0 2005/01/03 06:24:06 UT 40.314N 124.475W d:21.6 km ( 10 mi) W of Petrolia, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 3, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz. ULF and MT activity was moderate over the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event is still in progress. Today, I observed a ULF signal burst, which was associated with a micro quake epicentered near both Julian (Earthquake Valley), and Lytle Creek(Scotland), CA along the Southern Elsinore and Northern San Jacinto fault zone, respectively. Also, infrasonic unclamping was observed at the time of the micro quake epicentered in Lytle Creek, and another that was epicentered near Loma Linda, CA(SJFZ). The mean average level of inferred unclamping was decreased from what was observed 24 hours ago(see unclamping level units chart near end of report).

M3.0 2005/01/03 22:50:58 38.359 -122.226 0.2 9 km ( 5 mi) NE of Napa, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 4, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz. ULF and MT activity was moderate over the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event is still in progress. Infrasonic unclamping was observed during a period of several micro quakes that were epicentered near the Southern and northern San Jacinto fault zone near Fontana, and from Anza, CA. Also increased compression was observed for the Southern Elsinore and the Imperial fault near Calexico, CA. Also, some micro quake epicentered along the San Jacinto fault between Fontana and Anza had some indication of ULF activity. The deeper M2.6 in Baja, Mexico along the divergent plate(boundary) had increased low frequency ULF activty. The inferred unclamping level increased during the past 24 hours. The ULF mean average was also significantly increased, and at a rapid rate of change, similar to what was observed prior to December 23, 2004. So, latest increase will need to be watched very carefully.

M3.1 2005/01/04 08:49:24 UT 34.117N 117.442W d:4.4 km ( 2 mi) NE of Fontana, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 5, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz. ULF and MT activity was moderate over the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event was active during the first 18 hours and appeared to transition towards compression related to the San Andreas fault from Mt. San Gorgonio to El Centro, CA. Again infrasonic unclamping was observed during a period of several micro quakes that were epicentered near the Southern and northern San Jacinto fault zone near Fontana, Redlands, and Borrego Springs, CA. The majority of AE changes are associated with a string of micro quakes epicentered from the Salton Sea (Obsidian Butte) and south into the Brawley Seismic Zone/Northern Imperial fault. It is inferred that a crustal stress nucleation may have taken place along the San Andreas fault system today. The inferred unclamping level decreased during the past 24 hours. The ULF mean average was basically unchanged from yesterday's reading. Events are beginning to focus upon this region, and according to the latest analysis, a change in crustal stress is taking place between the San Jacinto fault zone and the Brawley Seismic Zone/Imperial Fault which needs careful monitoring due to a number of high risk (hazardous) earthquake faults in the region.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 6, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz. ULF and MT activity was moderate over the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event fluctuated between compression and de-compression(unclamping). The inferred unclamping level decreased during the past 24 hours. The ULF mean average was again basically unchanged from yesterday's sustained reading. A report that I heard repeatedly on the news was that an un-organized fault is responsible for today's seismic swarm, including two small, and one light earthquake in Fontana. My feelings are that it's actually the 125 mile long San Jacinto fault zone going through a stress change in preparation for the next strong earthquake. According to the WGCEP The northern San Jacinto fault is capable of having up to a M7 earthquake and would rupture an ara from Lytle Creek to the San Jacinto Valley (34 miles), with a maximum surface displacement of 2 meters. Several aftershocks are expected to be in the range of M5 to M6. An area near Colton is expected to experience liquifaction. Another fact is that the the occurrance of having a damaging foreshock several hours prior to a strong mainshock has occurred in 1858, and 1899. There was a small earthquake which preceded the February 28, 1990 Upland, CA earthquake by a few days. So, the area has a history of having some notable foreshocks.

M3.6 2005/01/06 12:11:29 UT 34.118N 117.437W d:4.6 km ( 2 mi) NE of Fontana, CA
M3.3 2005/01/06 14:22:38 UT 34.114N 117.435W d:4.5 km ( 2 mi) NE of Fontana, CA
M4.4 2005/01/06 14:35:27 UT 34.125N 117.438W d:4.2 km ( 2 mi) NNE of Fontana, CA
M3.4 2005/01/06 18:44:13 UT 32.162N 115.850W d:5.4 km ( 41 mi) SSW of Mexicali, Mexico


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 7, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 1.58 Hz (-73.41 dBv) for Central California. ULF and MT activity was moderate during the past 24 hours. The long duration unclamping event is still in transition between compression and de-compression. The inferred unclamping level increased during the past 24 hours, with periods of noted unclamping near Colton, Fontana, and Parkfield. The ULF mean average was slightly more positive. All charts have been updated to reflect the latest analysis. Also, there was a strong response to the severe geomagnetic storm observed on the magnetometer during the late morning to late afternoon period, along with a sharply negative MT pulsation, which was detected shortly after 19:00 UTC. Weather conditions for the lab are deteriorating rapidly as the Pacific Storm arrives. I might have to do some digging out after the strong storm passes, which could delay reports and replies to all messages for a while.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 8, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 1.14 Hz (-74.59 dBv) for Southern California and further north along the Plate Boundary. ULF and MT activity was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred unclamping level decreased during the past 24 hours, with shorter periods of unclamping near Fontana, and Ludlow, CA. The ULF mean average was slightly more positive. There was a long period with a spectral harmonic that was detected by the tracking filter. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M3.2 2005/01/08 14:57:46 UT 40.864N 123.255W d:27.7 km ( 19 mi) WNW of Weaverville, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 9, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed strong crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 0.68 Hz (-70.39 dBv) for Gulf of California(Baja) and Southern California. ULF and MT activity was moderate during the past 24 hours. A couple of micro quakes from the Fontana to Devore and Anza to Ocotillo Wells region appeared to have increased ULF activity. The inferred unclamping level increased slightly during the past 24 hours, with short periods of inferred unclamping near Fontana, CA. There was another long period with a spectral harmonic that was detected by the tracking filter. The ULF mean average was slightly more positive. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The New Moon will arrive Monday morning at 4:00 AM PST.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 010 Issued at 0245Z on 10 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 09 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0825 0851 0909  0719 S09E69 M2.4  1n 35     77     II              
B.  Proton Events:  None


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 10, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed long duration strong crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 0.68 Hz (-68.45 dBv) for the Gulf of California(Baja) and Southern California. ULF and MT activity was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level decreased slightly during the past 24 hours, with one 30 minute period of strong unclamping shortly after 12:00 UTC that may have been induced at the time of M3.2 earthquake epicentered in the Adobe Hills Volcanic Field (Bodie). Late tonight, there were a couple of short duration piezomagnetic bursts which appear to be related to the Southern Sierra Nevada Seismic Zone and a M2.8 micro quake epicentered near Keene/Tehachapi, CA. There was another long period with a strong harmonic that was detected by the tracking filter. The ULF mean average was slightly more positive. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M3.2 2005/01/10 12:13:12 38.021 -118.703 8.1 34 km ( 21 mi) SE of Bodie, CA

Popo Eruption Latest Official Information Statement

January 10 11:00 h (17:00 GMT):
Yesterday at 16:47 hours exhalation registered of moderate intensity, that produced an ash emission 
that reached 5 km of height on the level of the crater with a duration of almost 15 minutes in its 
more intense phase, followed of tremor of high frequency. Also during the exhalation registered 2 
microearthquakes, happened to 16:48 and 16:49 hours, with magnitudes of 2,5 and 2,6, to a depth of 
4,6 km and 4 km respectively, located under the crater. Reports of ash fall in Tetela del Volcan, 
Cuautla, Yecapixtla and Ocuituco in the State of Morelos, as well as in Ecatzingo in the State of 
Mexico were received. After this exhalation, the activity of Popocatepetl volcano return at the 
previous levels of activity. 16 exhalations of low intensity were registered accompanied by steam 
of water, gas and occasionally small amounts of ash. At this moment we observed the volcano with 
a steam emission of water and gas, that a height of 500 m reaches on the top of the crater moving 
to the Southwest.

Popo Volcano Eruption Image: 10-JAN-2005


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 11, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed long duration strong crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 1.77 Hz (-75.46 dBv) for Northern California. ULF and MT activity was high during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level remained steady for most of the day. A couple of piezomagnetic bursts with long duration which appear to be related to the San Andreas Fault from Palmdale, Mt. Baldy, and Banning, CA. The ULF mean average was slightly more positive. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 12, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an observed long duration strong crustal infrasonic resonant harmonic at 1.55 Hz (-73.08 dBv) for Central California. ULF and MT activity was high during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level increased during the past 24 hours. The small M4.3 earthquake which was epicentered northeast of Palm Springs, CA is inferred to be related to yesterday's (piezomagnetic) increase in crustal stress along the San Andreas Fault from Palmdale to Banning, CA. Unclamping was strong for a period of time prior to the seismic event. Today, I detected a long duration MT negative pulse, which usually indicates that there is now an extremely high level of deep crustal stress in place along the Plate Boundary. The ULF mean average was increasingly positive. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M4.3 2005/01/12 08:10:46 UT 33.953N 116.395W d:7.5 km ( 6 mi) E of Desert Hot Springs, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 13, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Thursday. ULF and MT activity was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level decreased during the past 24 hours. The ULF mean average reversed it's trend and was more negative. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. Yeserday's inferred nucleation of deep crustal stress along the San Andreas fault and into the ECSZ may have aided in quieting down the ULF activity observed during the past 24 hours. However, the MT peaks continue to stay in a range between 7.6 and 8.6 Units of regional lithospheric stress. So, this is probably just a temporary decrease in regional stress. The 2 hour long MT Stress Nucleation Pulse (MTSNP) detected within several hours after the M4.3 at Desert Hot Springs, CA appears to have increased stress in the ECSZ at Joshua Tree, Yucca Valley and Twentynine Palms, CA. This area will need to be monitored closely during the next several weeks as it can also affect the stress level for the Mojave Desert Block and much further north into the Owens Valley/Eastern Sierras. The Southern San Jacinto fault zone appears to also have been affected by the recent change of crustal stress along the plate boundary between Anza and the Salton Sea, and culminated in a small swarm of micro quakes epicentered near there. Also, there was one strong plate boundary related unclamping incident observed at the time of the M3.2 epicentered in Northern Baja, Mexico.

M3.2 2005/01/13 09:07:35 UT 32.070N 114.994W d:6.0 km ( 17 mi) SSE of Guadalupe Victoria, Mexico
M3.1 2005/01/13 17:20:46 UT 31.567N 115.637W d:15.0 km ( 12 mi) NNE of Lázaro Cárdenas, Mexico


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 14, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Friday. ULF and MT activity was strong during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level increased during the past 24 hours. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The Southern Sierras and the San Jacinto fault zone had observed piezomagnetic activity associated with deep crustal stress. Also, there was one unclamping incident observed prior to the time of the M3.1 epicentered in Northern Baja, Mexico.

M3.5 2005/01/14 18:01:24 UT 31.953N 116.218W d:7.0 km ( 24 mi) ENE of Ensenada, Mexico


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 15, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Saturday. ULF and MT activity level was variable during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level decreased during the past 24 hours. There were no detected significant unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The period with strong piezomagnetic activity ended with an associated micro quake epicentered East of Anza, CA (Toro Peak).

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 016 Issued at 0245Z on 16 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 15 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0022 0043 0102  0720 N11E10 X1.2  1b        97                     
 0214 0214 0215                       110                           
 0409 0416 0422  0720 N11E08 M1.3  2n                               
 0426 0431 0436  0720 N14E06 M8.4  2n                               
 0554 0638 0717  0720 N11E06 M8.6  Sf 41000  3000   II/IV           
 1141 1148 1150  0720 N12E04 M1.2  Sf                               
 1235 0000 1650                                        IV           
 1408 1423 1439  0718 S08W11 M3.2  Sf 500    420                    
 1730 0000 0000                                        IV           
 2225 2302 2331  0720 N14W08 X2.6  3b               II              
B.  Proton Events:  None.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 16, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Sunday. ULF and MT activity level was low during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged during the past 24 hours. There were no detected significant unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. There was one detected ULF burst, which was associated with a micro quake epicentered along the Southern Elsinore fault zone. Also, there was a short duration spectral line (5 Hz) detected by the tracking filter, which appears to be associated with a micro quake epicentered south of Lucerne Valley, CA (NFFZ).

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 017 Issued at 0245Z on 17 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 16 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0505 0505 0505                       2800                          
 0754 0758 0802  0720        C4.4                      IV           
 2155 2203 2222  0720 N13W16 M2.4  1n        54                     
B.  Proton Events:  A proton event at greater than 10 MeV began at
16/0210 UTC in response to an X2 flare which occurred at 15/2302
UTC. Peak flux observed so far was 365 pfu at 16/1840 UTC. The event
remains in progress...


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 17, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Monday. ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was basically unchanged. There was an early morning very short duration unclamping incident. The ULF mean average was increasing in the negative direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The recent solar flare induced geomagnetic field activity has significantly enhanced the amplitude of the lowest frequency ULF waves. I'll certainly keep monitoring the latest activity for any signs of it affecting the level for deep crustal harmonic resonant infrasonic energy. So far, it has been quite variable during the past 24 hours. The long duration strong unclamping incidents began being detected frequently by early summer 2004. THe unclamping effect was first observed about 11 months ago, after an earthquake epicentered near Wheeler Ridge and the Grapevine(Gorman, CA). Since July 2004, the lab has been within a virtual seismic void where most of the waves have virtually vanished from being detected by the sensors. It is inferred that pore fluid flow has increased dramatically along the Pacifc and North American Plate Boundary at Southern California's Cajon Pass enough to affect the detection of waves which are normally associated with seismic events in the region and setting the scene for the location of the next strong earthquake to be epicentered along the Southern San Andreas fault zone from the Salton Sea to Wrightwood, CA. I continue to monitor the situation, and will report any further significant changes that are detected by the instruments.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 018 Issued at 0245Z on 18 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 17 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0310 0321 0332  0720        M2.6                                   
 0659 0952 1007  0720        X3.8  2f 39000  12000  II/IV           
B.  Proton Events:  The proton event at greater than 10 MeV that
began on 16/0210 UTC remains in progress. The  X3 flare which
occurred at 17/0952 UTC has increased the current peak flux to 5040
pfu observed at 17/1750 UTC. A proton event at greater than 100 MeV
also resulted from the X3 flare, beginning at 17/1215 UTC and with a
current peak flux of 28 pfu observed at 17/1700 UTC...

M3.3 2005/01/18 02:52:50 UT 35.723N 121.056W d:0.0 km ( 9 mi) NE of San Simeon, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 18, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Tuesday. ULF and MT activity level was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was basically unchanged. The ULF mean average was increasing in the negative direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The most recent ULF activity appears to be coming from within a region from north of Ridgecrest at Coso, and west to the Grapevine, where I detected an increase in ULF activity associated with micro quakes epicentered near Wheeler Ridge and just east of Lebec, CA. Also, detected was an increase in piezomagnetic activity during the past 24 hours. This indicates that crustal stress is increasing at Tejon Pass, north of Los Angeles, CA. The intercept between the Western Garlock and the San Andreas fault are inferred to be related to this latest observed stress change. It's based upon a nucleation of crustal stress out of the ECSZ and into the Owens Valley, Southern Sierras, and west towards the Plate boundary near Gorman, CA. There also was a micro quake epicentered near Colton, CA that had a ULF signal burst associated with it. The Full Moon will arrive next January 25, 2005.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 019 Issued at 0245Z on 19 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 18 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 1123 1132 1159  0720        M1.6                                   
 1538 1551 1559  0720 N14W40 M4.6  2n        100                    
 1856 1901 1909  0720 N18W38 C4.2  1f 120                           
B.  Proton Events:  The greater than 10 MeV proton event remains in
progress with a start time of 16/0210 UTC and a peak flux of 5040
pfu observed at 17/1750 UTC. The greater than 100 MeV proton event
appears to have ended with a start time of 17/1215 UTC, 28 pfu peak
flux observed at 17/1700 UTC, and tentative end at 18/2205 UTC. GOES
spacecraft electron sensors and ACE SWEPAM instruments remain
affected by the energetic proton event. 


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 19, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Wednesday. ULF and MT activity level was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was basically unchanged. The ULF mean average was increasing in the negative direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The most recent ULF activity appears to be coming from within a region from Beaumont, CA to Lucerne/Apple Valley, CA, where I detected an increase in ULF activity associated with micro quakes epicentered along the Northern Frontal Fault zone and the Helendale fault. The Full Moon will arrive on January 25, 2005.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 020 Issued at 0245Z on 20 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 19 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0510 0526 0535  0720 N12W44 C7.2  Sf        3500                   
 0658 0731 0755  0720 N19W47 M6.7  2n        5000                   
 0803 0822 0840  0720        X1.3                   II/IV           
 1019 1024 1029  0720 N18W47 M2.7  1n 1400   2900                   
 1250 1251 1345                       65     150                    
 1532 1540 1548  0720 N13W50 M1.6  2f                               
 2132 2132 2132                       370                           
 2151 2151 2151                       100                           
 2207 2207 2207                       140                           
 2210 2210 2212                       170                           
B.  Proton Events:  The greater than 100 MeV proton event has ended:
start 17/1215 UTC, 28 pfu peak at 17/1700 UTC, and end 18/2205 UTC.
The greater than 10 MeV proton event remains in progress but is
decaying: start 16/0210 UTC and 5040 pfu peak at 17/1750 UTC. Proton
fluxes have decreased enough for the GOES electron sensors and ACE
SWEPAM instruments to again provide reliable data.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 20, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Thursday. ULF and MT activity level was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was slightly lower. The ULF mean average was increasing in the negative direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis. The most recent detected ULF activity appears to be coming from near El Centro, CA. There was a signficant X7 Class Solar Flare which may soon greatly disturb the geomagnetic field. The Full Moon will be here next January 25, 2005.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 021 Issued at 0245Z on 21 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 20 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0636 0701 0726  0720 N12W58 X7.1  2b        8400   II/IV           
 1939 1939 1939                       200                           
B.  Proton Events:  The greater than 10 MeV proton event that started
at 16/0210 UTC and reached maximum of 5040 PFU at 17/1750 UTC
continues in progress: there was a new injection of particles which
elevated flux levels to a secondary maximum of 1860 PFU at 20/0810 
UTC. A greater than 100 MeV proton event began at 20/0650 UTC, 
reached a maximum of 652 PFU at 0710 UTC, and continues in 
progress.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 21, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Friday. ULF and MT activity level was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was slightly higher. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. There was a several hour period with observed strong geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recent detected Geomagnetic Oscillation activity appears to be coming from near Anza, CA (Seismic Gap), and occurred after the arrival of a severe solar shockwave (CME) from the X7 Solar Flare, which was apparently induced by the SID.

The sudden impulse disturbance associated with yesterday's X7 Class Solar Flare arrived at 17:14 UTC and immediately caused a severe geomagnetic disturbance, which is still in progress at (01/22) 03:00 UTC. The Full Moon will arrive on Tuesday, January 25, 2005.

Joint USAF/NOAA Solar and Geophysical Activity Summary
SGAS Number 022 Issued at 0245Z on 22 Jan 2005
This report is compiled from data received at SWO on 21 Jan
A.  Energetic Events
Begin  Max  End  Rgn   Loc   Xray  Op 245MHz 10cm   Sweep
 0727 0721 0000       N14W62       3n                  IV           
 1010 1016 1019  0720        M1.7     200    51                     
 1347 1355 1410  0719        M1.2                                   
B.  Proton Events:  The greater than 10 MeV proton event that started
at 16/0210 UTC and reached a maximum of 5040 PFU at 17/1750 UTC
continues in progress: current flux as of 21/2400 UTC was 34 PFU.
The greater than 100 MeV proton event that began at 20/0650 UTC and
reached a maximum of 652 PFU at 20/0710 UTC ended at 21/1845 UTC.
A sudden impulse was observed at 21/1711 UTC.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 22, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Saturday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was slightly lower, and there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with a series of micro quakes epicentered near Desert Hot Springs, Yucaipa, Cabazon, and Mt. San Gorgonio, CA. A strong long duration ULF signal burst appears to be related to a micro quake epicentered along the Mill Creek Branch of the Southern San Andreas Fault at San Gorgonio Pass. The earlier ULF activity was associated with the Banning fault near Cabazon, CA. Also, a micro quake, which was epicentered south of Yucca Valley and close to the inferred epicenter for the 2 hour long January 13, 2005 MT Stress Nucleation Pulse, appears to be involved with the first detected long duration ULF burst.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 23, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Sunday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was slightly higher, and staying within a very narrow range over the past several days. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with micro quakes epicentered near Landers and Imperial, CA. A strong long duration ULF signal burst appears to be related to a micro quake epicentered on the Imperial fault at it's closest point to the Brawley Seismic Zone and directly south of the Salton Sea and the Coachella segment of the Southern San Andreas fault zone.

The Full Moon will arrive on Tuesday, January 25, 2005 10:33 UTC (2:33 AM PST).

January 23 11:00 h (17:00 GMT):
In the last 24 hours, the system of monitoreo of Popocatépetl volcano registered 
25 exhalations of low intensity accompanied by steam, gas and in some times small 
amounts of ash. Also yesterday at 17:58 (local) the Popocatepetl volcano registered 
a moderate ash emission. Due to the clouds it was not possible observe the height. 
After the event the activity returned to its previous levels. -CENEPRED


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 24, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Sunday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

January 24 11:00 h (17:00 GMT):
In the last 24 hours, the system of monitoreo of Popocatépetl volcano 
registered 11 exhalations of low intensity accompanied by steam, gas 
and in some times small amounts of ash. Also, there was a total of 45 
minutes of small episodes of high frequency tremor. -CENEPRED


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 25, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Tuesday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with a micro quake epicentered in Northern Baja along the Laguna Salada/Southern Elsinore fault zone.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 26, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Wednesday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with a micro quake epicentered at the Salton Sea near Obsidian Butte, which was preceded by a long period of ULF activity associated with a micro quake in Northern Baja that was epicentered along the Laguna Salada/Southern Elsinore fault zone.


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 27, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There were no observed crustal infrasonic resonant harmonics below 2 Hz on Thursday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M3.3 2005/01/27 14:16:06 UT 35.563N 120.788W d:3.1 km ( 4 mi) W of Templeton, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 28, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an infrasonic resonant harmonic which was detected at 0.59 Hz (-77.18 dBv)on Friday for Baja California, Mexico. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average is steadily increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M4.0 2005/01/28 13:03:26 UT 36.047N 120.037W d:9.7 km ( 5 mi) ENE of Avenal, CA
M3.0 2005/01/28 13:26:14 UT 36.053N 120.035W d:8.9 km ( 5 mi) NW of Kettleman City, CA


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 29, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an infrasonic resonant harmonic which was detected at 0.64 Hz (-79.13 dBv)on Saturday for Baja California, Mexico. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average is steadily increasing in a positive direction. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with a micro quake epicentered near Cabazon (Banning Fault) and at Anza, CA (San Jacinto Fault).


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 30, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an infrasonic resonant harmonic which was detected at 2.24 Hz (-78.55 dBv)on Sunday. The ULF and MT activity level was low to moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average was unchanged. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. There was a long period with a detected infrasonic harmonic (tracking filter), which preceded a micro quake epicentered offshore near San Simeon, CA. All daily charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M3.1 2005/01/30 13:23:15 36.048 -120.037 9.0 8 km ( 5 mi) WNW of Kettleman City, CA

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with a micro quake epicentered offshore near San Simeon, CA (San Simeon-Hosgri Fault).


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MT ULF UPDATE: January 31, 2005

Note: The San Jacinto Fault Alert along with Inland Empire advisory continues to stay in effect. There was an infrasonic resonant harmonic which was detected at 2.91 Hz (-76.59 dBv)on Monday. The ULF and MT activity level was moderate during the past 24 hours. The inferred mean average unclamping level was unchanged. Also, there were no observed unclamping incidents. The ULF mean average abruptly changed its direction towards the negative side. No multiple harmonics were observed. There were no detected geomagnetic oscillations. All daily charts were updated to reflect the latest analysis.

M3.3 2005/01/31 14:54:19 32.130 -117.624 7.0 60 km ( 37 mi) WSW of Rosarito, Mexico

The most recently detected ULF Signal Burst activity appears to be associated with an agressive swarm of micro quakes epicentered near Ocotillo Wells, Calexico, Westmorland and Holtville, CA. (Southern San Jacinto-Imperial fault zone).

 Pacific and North American Plate Boundary Seismic Swarm in Progress...
 M2.3  2005/02/01 02:25:17 UT 32.697N 115.213W  28.4 km ( 13 mi) SE  of Holtville, CA
 M1.9  2005/02/01 02:21:48 UT 32.722N 115.398W   9.1 km (  6 mi) S   of Holtville, CA
 M1.9  2005/02/01 02:09:37 UT 32.779N 115.428W  14.8 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M2.6  2005/02/01 02:04:37 UT 32.722N 115.409W  15.0 km (  6 mi) NE  of Mexicali, Mexico
 M2.1  2005/01/31 18:49:31 UT 32.523N 115.757W   3.7 km ( 19 mi) SW  of Calexico, CA
 M2.2  2005/01/31 15:27:23 UT 33.045N 115.584W  12.2 km (  2 mi) ENE of Westmorland, CA
 M2.7  2005/01/31 15:14:16 UT 32.766N 115.434W  15.9 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M2.3  2005/01/31 15:12:45 UT 33.051N 115.583W  14.4 km (  2 mi) ENE of Westmorland, CA
 M1.8  2005/01/31 15:10:11 UT 32.793N 115.440W  12.6 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.3  2005/01/31 15:09:58 UT 32.776N 115.434W  16.2 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M1.8  2005/01/31 14:58:22 UT 32.787N 115.435W  15.7 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M2.0  2005/01/31 14:08:14 UT 32.797N 115.427W  16.9 km (  3 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M2.8  2005/01/31 14:05:26 UT 32.779N 115.433W  15.4 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M1.6  2005/01/31 13:32:38 UT 32.793N 115.434W  15.5 km (  3 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M2.4  2005/01/31 13:21:11 UT 32.787N 115.437W 16.0 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.7  2005/01/31 13:15:52 UT 32.785N 115.433W  16.1 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.9  2005/01/31 12:20:18 UT 32.778N 115.432W  12.3 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M2.3  2005/01/31 12:19:23 UT 32.790N 115.441W  15.9 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.9  2005/01/31 12:00:48 UT 32.793N 115.439W  15.9 km (  4 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.7  2005/01/31 11:04:39 UT 32.791N 115.431W  12.0 km (  3 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA
 M1.2  2005/01/31 10:16:41 UT 33.155N 116.219W   8.4 km (  5 mi) W   of Ocotillo Wells, CA
 M2.3  2005/01/31 08:05:52 UT 32.774N 115.433W  15.7 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M2.5  2005/01/31 08:03:22 UT 32.780N 115.434W  15.8 km (  4 mi) SW  of Holtville, CA
 M1.9  2005/01/31 07:49:40 UT 32.798N 115.431W  13.2 km (  3 mi) WSW of Holtville, CA


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LUNAR-TIDAL AND SOLAR PERIODICITIES RELATED TO EARTHQUAKES

(Tidal)Triggering Factor of Strong Earthquakes and Its Prediction Verification

Tidal Triggering: Caught in the Act

Monthly Lunar-Tidal Calendar

San Simeon:
The next New Moon and resulting Spring Tides will be on January 10, 2005 (12:03 UTC); with a predicted differential of 8.94 feet, and a significant lunar-tidal phase angle(transition) between 17:16 UTC (01/10/2005) and 00:40 UTC (01/11/2005) along the coast of Central California.

The next Full Moon and resulting Spring Tides will be on January 25, 2005 (10:33 UTC); with a predicted differential of 6.55 feet, and a signficant lunar-tidal phase angle (transition) between 17:04 UTC (01/24/2005) and 00:25 UTC (01/25/2005) along the coast of Central California.


Newport Beach:

The next New Moon and resulting Spring Tides will be on January 10, 2005 (12:03 UTC) ; with a predicted differential of 8.85 feet, with a significant lunar-tidal phase angle(transition) between 16:11 UTC (01/10/2005) and 23:42 UTC (01/10/2005) along the coast of Southern California.

The next Full Moon and resulting Spring Tides will be on January 25, 2005 (10:33 UTC); with a predicted differential of 6.48 feet, and a significant lunar-tidal phase angle (transition) between 15:59 UTC (01/24/2005) and 23:27 UTC (01/24/2005) along the coast of Southern California.

San Simeon, California
24 January 2005 - 25 January 2005
35.6417° N, 121.1883° W

2005-01-24  01:23 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-24  06:31 UTC   3.56 feet  High Tide
2005-01-24  10:54 UTC   2.29 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-24  15:09 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-24  17:04 UTC   5.82 feet  High Tide
2005-01-25  00:25 UTC  -0.73 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-25  01:24 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-25  06:55 UTC   3.62 feet  High Tide
2005-01-25  10:33 UTC   Full Moon
2005-01-25  11:27 UTC   2.16 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-25  15:09 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-25  17:35 UTC   5.82 feet  High Tide
2005-01-26  00:51 UTC  -0.68 feet  Low Tide

Balboa Pier, Newport Beach, California
24 January 2005 - 25 January 2005
33.6000° N, 117.9000° W

2005-01-24  01:14 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-24  05:26 UTC   3.52 feet  High Tide
2005-01-24  09:56 UTC   2.26 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-24  14:52 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-24  15:59 UTC   5.76 feet  High Tide
2005-01-24  23:27 UTC  -0.72 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-25  01:15 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-25  05:50 UTC   3.58 feet  High Tide
2005-01-25  10:29 UTC   2.14 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-25  10:33 UTC   Full Moon
2005-01-25  14:51 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-25  16:30 UTC   5.76 feet  High Tide
2005-01-25  23:53 UTC  -0.67 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-26  01:16 UTC   Sunset

San Simeon, California
10 January 2005 - 11 January 2005
35.6417° N, 121.1883° W

2005-01-10  01:09 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-10  06:30 UTC   3.87 feet  High Tide
2005-01-10  11:00 UTC   2.04 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-10  12:03 UTC   New Moon
2005-01-10  15:14 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-10  17:16 UTC   7.03 feet  High Tide
2005-01-11  00:40 UTC  -1.91 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-11  01:10 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-11  07:12 UTC   4.01 feet  High Tide
2005-01-11  11:52 UTC   1.91 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-11  15:14 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-11  18:04 UTC   6.92 feet  High Tide
2005-01-12  01:11 UTC   Sunset

Balboa Pier, Newport Beach, California
10 January 2005 - 11 January 2005
33.6000° N, 117.9000° W

2005-01-10  01:01 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-10  05:25 UTC   3.83 feet  High Tide
2005-01-10  10:02 UTC   2.01 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-10  12:03 UTC   New Moon
2005-01-10  14:56 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-10  16:11 UTC   6.96 feet  High Tide
2005-01-10  23:42 UTC  -1.89 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-11  01:02 UTC   Sunset
2005-01-11  06:07 UTC   3.97 feet  High Tide
2005-01-11  10:54 UTC   1.89 feet  Low Tide
2005-01-11  14:56 UTC   Sunrise
2005-01-11  16:59 UTC   6.85 feet  High Tide
2005-01-12  00:25 UTC  -1.74 feet  Low Tide

NOAA: Near-Real Time Data


NOAA Tides for California Coastal Regions



Space Weather Alerts and Warnings Timeline



GeoSeismic Labs MT ULF Activity Log

Updated on January 14, 2005: 08:50 UTC

Special Statement Regarding Contributions to the Lab

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MT ULF Charts and Experimental Forecast

The Latest Near Real-Time Data from GeoSeismic Labs

The Southern California Seismic Alert

The most recent 24 hr. MT peak reading (01-FEB-2005 03:00 UTC) was measured at 8.4 units of regional lithospheric stress.



Graphic: Chart for Regional Lithospheric Stress Level

Graphic:(AE)Unclamping Level Chart

Graphic: Chart for Acoustic Emissions

Graphic: Chart for ULF STD DEV

Graphic: Recent ULF Report

Graphic: Recent Anomalies Report

Graphic: Recent Anomalies Report

Graphic: Recent Anomalies Report

Graphic: Recent Anomalies Report

Graphic: Recent Anomalies Report

Graphic: Daily Geomagnetic Field Report

Graphic: Chart for ULF Mean Average

Frank Condon,
January 31, 2005

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