A web application to analyze seismic catalog.

C{\'e}lia Louarn and Francois Bonneau and Corentin Gouache. ( 2019 )
in: 2019 Ring Meeting, ASGA

Abstract

This paper presents a web application that aims at easing the analysis of seismic catalogs. Indeed, seismic catalogs present a combination of both independent (e.g. main shock, background seismicity) and correlated (e.g. fore shocks and after shock) seismic events, and segregating these populations is a key step to lead any statistical analysis of the seismic activity. We propose an application that uses spatio-temporal clustering to identify seismic sequences of fore shocks, main shock and after shocks. Then, we define a control quality test to evaluate the consistency of isolated seismic sequences. Our application was tested on the R[{\'e}]NaSS catalog limited to the Pyrenees.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{louarnRM2019,
    author = { Louarn, C{\'e}lia and Bonneau, Francois and Gouache, Corentin },
     title = { A web application to analyze seismic catalog. },
 booktitle = { 2019 Ring Meeting },
      year = { 2019 },
 publisher = { ASGA },
  abstract = { This paper presents a web application that aims at easing the analysis of seismic catalogs. Indeed, seismic catalogs present a combination of both independent (e.g. main shock, background seismicity) and correlated (e.g. fore shocks and after shock) seismic events, and segregating these populations is a key step to lead any statistical analysis of the seismic activity. We propose an application that uses spatio-temporal clustering to identify seismic sequences of fore shocks, main shock and after shocks. Then, we define a control quality test to evaluate the consistency of isolated seismic sequences. Our application was tested on the R[{\'e}]NaSS catalog limited to the Pyrenees. }
}