Live Seismograph in Sakhalinsk, Russia

Seismograph Sakhalinsk, Russia

Seismograph or Seismogram at Sakhalinsk, Russia

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Sakhalinsk” in Russia.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

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Live Seismograph in Ankara, Turkey

Seismograph Ankara, Turkey

Seismograph or Seismogram at Ankara, Turkey

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Ankara” in Turkey.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

Live Seismograph in Otavalo, Ecuador

Seismograph Otavalo, Ecuador

Seismograph or Seismogram at Otavalo, Ecuador

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Otavalo” in Ecuador.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

Live Seismograph in Yucatan, Mexico

Seismograph Yucatan, Mexico

Seismograph or Seismogram at Yucatan, Mexico

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Tepich Yucatan” in Mexico.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

Live Seismograph in the Dominican Republic

Seismograph Dominican Republic

Seismograph or Seismogram at Dominican Republic

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Presa de Sabaneta” in the Dominican Republic.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

Live Seismograph in Antigua and Barbuda

Seismograph Antigua and Barbuda

Seismograph or Seismogram at Antigua and Barbuda

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Willy Bob”  in Antigua and Barbuda.

The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh

The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered

We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world.  They mean the same.

Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

Live Seismograph in Makanchi, Kazakstan

Seismograph Makanchi, Kazakstan

Seismograph or Seismogram at Makanchi, Kazakstan

Below a nearly ‘live’ picture of the earthquake registering station “Makanchi” in Kazakstan.
The seismographs are renewed approx. every 30 minutes. You will have to refresh
The seismograms are courtesy of USGS. We bring them to our readers to enable them to see the registered
We have used the names of Seismograph and Seismogram, because both names are used in different parts of the world. They mean the same.
Please use the seismographs in conjunction with our earthquake list and reporting. Often the seismograph indicates local events which have nothing to do with earthquakes, are being maintained or do not work. All this happens beyond our knowledge. We bring the seismograph ‘as it is’. Time is UTC time (Universal Time). Clicking on the picture will bring you to the corresponding USGS page.

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