are the webicorders from the geophones that I own. There might be noise on the webicorders as
wind and human traffic is close to them. This can
happen at random times and without warning. Most
earthquakes that I record are also documented by
Icelandic Met Office website. If an event appears on
my geophone the location and magnitude of it can be
found at Icelandic Met Office website in most cases. I
only record 24 hours worth of data on the images
About the geophones This is 4.5Hz geophone and is
from Mark Products. This geophone has three axis. It has a
East, West, North, South, Z (vertical) axis. Here are info about this type of
geophone. Here are technical info about
this geophone, how sensitive it is and what
frequencies it detects. Geophones are from Redwood City Public
Seismic Network. It is no longer possible to buy
this geophones and this hardware is now EOL (End of
Life). I plan to buy VolksMeter seismometer in the
future since using Raspberry Shake does not fit into
my plans. I might run few Raspberry Shake sensors
along with my new seismometer network once it goes
online. I don't know when that is going to happen.
If you want to monitor earthquakes or volcano activity
if you are close to an active volcano. The best way to
do so is to buy Raspberry Shake seismometers here. It is also possible to buy
VolksMeter seismometer, that set-up requires more
hardware and installation than Raspberry Shake
To contact me please send
email at volcano [at] icelandgeology.net with questions.
Website about earthquakes and
volcanoes in Iceland
the tremor plot Green
line = no data recorded / coming in
Black line = normal data recorded
Red line = local earthquake recorded. Noise sometimes creates
Orange line = Telesismic event has been detected.
Because of technical problems and old hardware.
I no longer run any seismometers in Iceland or in Denmark.
I plan on switching to Raspberry Shake seismometers
when I can afford to buy them. I don't know when that
happens. I hope the wait is not too long.
Bov, Padborg, Denmark
Vertical channel (Z). Updated every 5 min. There is a
lot of noise of trains and cars between 04:00
and 01:00 CET/CEST.