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|Origin date/time (UTC)||Mag||Region (UK | Mag 7+)||.sac data file||Seismogram images||View in Java Applet|
|16/11/13 03:34.31||7.4||Scotia Sea|
|25/10/13 17:10.16||7.5||Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan|
|16/10/13 10:31.00||7.1||Bougainville Region, Papua New Guinea|
|15/10/13 00:13.00||7.2||Bohol, Philippines|
|25/08/13 09:58.35||3.2||Irish Sea|
|25/08/13 05:37.48||2.4||Irish Sea|
|07/07/13 18:35.30||7.2||New Ireland Region, Papua New Guinea|
|26/06/13 22:28.01||2.8||Lleyn Peninsula|
|23/06/13 12:08.07||1.8||Firth of Lorn,Highland|
|29/05/13 03:16.29||3.8||Lleyn Peninsula|
|29/05/13 03:16.23||3.9||Irish Sea|
|24/05/13 05:44.49||8.2||Sea of Okhotsk|
|23/05/13 17:19.04||7.4||South of the Fiji Islands|
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These data files are derived from stations operated by schools around the UK. If you intend to use the data in future publications, please attribute the original data source. Please see the Stations page for data sources.
The .sac binary data format is a standard seismic data exchange format that can be read only with a seismic data reading program. For example, the AMASEIS program described in Using Amaseis datalogging and interpretation software (PDF).
Use of these data files is at the user's own risk. NERC/BGS accepts no liability whatever in respect of loss, damage, injury or other occurrence however caused.