Special Event: Central Mexico

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September 19, 2017 M7.1 Central Mexico (5km ENE of Raboso, Mexico) earthquake

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Event parameters (from USGS)

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Magnitude 7.1
UTC Time Tuesday September 19, 2017 at 18:14:39 UTC
Location 18.584°N, 98.399°W
Depth 51.0 km
Region Central Mexico
Distance 5km ENE of Raboso, Mexico
Details USGS

USGS
USGS Event KML
USGS Executive summary page
GEMPA
Rapid moment tensor and shaking intensity
UNAVCO
UNAVCO Event highlights
Twitter
Anthony Lomax, @ALomaxNet — seismograms at UNAM
Anthony Lomax, @ALomaxNet — Aftershocks
Gavin Hayes, @gph_seismo — Slab cross-section & sketched interpretation
Jay Patton, @ patton_cascadia — Earthquake Report
Temblor
Are Mexico’s two major earthquakes related, and what could happen next?
IRIS Special Events Archive
Event Based Products
IRIS DMC Event Page

Figures

USGS KML

[USGS Event KML] USGS ShakeMap


Automatic determination of source parameters

[GEOSCOPE Observatory] Automatic determination of source parameters using
the SCARDEC method


Filtered records from the BE network

[Thomas Lacocq, Royal Observatory of Belgium] Filtered records from the BE
network


Acceleration/Velocity/Displacement seismograms at UNAM

[Anthony Lomax, @ALomaxNet] Acceleration/Velocity/Displacement
seismograms at UNAM show ~20sec of strong shaking at ~1sec period.


Slab cross-section & sketched interpretation

[Gavin Hayes, @gph_seismo] Slab cross-section & sketched interpretation


Earthquake Report

[Jay Patton, Humboldt State University] Earthquake Report


EventPlots

[IRIS DMC Event Plots Product] Combined and aligned on origin 0.3 to 1.0 Hz
BHZ (click on image to access the EventPlots).




Videos & Animations

Miscellaneous Contributions

recordings compared to 2 Hz geophones

[Jim O’Donnell, HHseismic] Recordings compared to 2 Hz geophones with
extended response in Oklahoma. Six records showing time series and amplitude
spectra for 3 components are compared (click on image to view).


Grand View

[Gerald Payton, North Central Texas] Seismogram reading of Grandview, Texas
station at 1526.1 km distantance.


IRIS DMC Event Page

The IRIS DMC event page for this event contains links to additional tools and data.

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