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Event parameters (from USGS)
These are preliminary results and are subject to change without notice. Please check the USGS page for the latest official information.
|UTC Time||Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 02:57:51 UTC|
|Local Time||Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 11:57:51 (UTC+9) at epicenter|
|Depth||0.0km (0.0 miles)|
|Region||ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea|
|Distances|| 24km (15mi) ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea
24km (15mi) ENE of Sungjibaegam, North Korea
35km (22mi) WNW of Hau-ri, North Korea
43km (27mi) NNW of Kilju, North Korea
379km (235mi) NE of Pyongyang, North Korea
IRIS DMC Products and Education and Public Outreach
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Event Plots of data (IRIS DMC)
USGS event summary page (USGS)
USGS poster for this event (USGS)
http://www.geophysique.be/2013/02/12/north-korean-nuclear-tests-with-obspy/ Thomas Lecocq (Royal Observatory of Belgium)
Uniformly scaled seismograms from MDJ for 2006, 2009 & 2013 event on one plot Zhigang Peng (Georgia Tech)
The accompanying sonogram Zhigang Peng (Georgia Tech)
http://anf.ucsd.edu/spevents/2013/043/a/ (Array Network Facility, UC San Diego)
Images and movies
Sonification of a seismogram from the North Korean explosion ¶
Video 1: SeisSound, the Audio/Video Seismic Waveform Visualization of the M5.1 North Korea's test (depth ~1 km) of February 12, 2013 seismogram recorded at station MDJ (at about 370 km from the test site). A 0.5 Hz high-pass filter is applied and a speed up factor of 500 is used to transform the seismogram frequencies to audible range. IRIS DMS Products.
Comparison with a natural earthquake ¶
Video 2: SeisSound, the Audio/Video Seismic Waveform Visualization of the M5.2 California-Nevada Border Region earthquake (depth 12 km) of February 13, 2013 seismogram recorded at station SAO (at about 330 km from the event, approximately the same distance as station MDJ from the North Korea's test). A 0.5 Hz high-pass filter is applied and a speed up factor of 500 is used to transform the seismogram frequencies to audible range. IRIS DMS Products.
All 3 nuclear tests at station MDJ using the same scaling (Zhigang Peng, Georgia Tech) ¶
Video 3: Seismograms & Sonograms from the 3 North Korean tests at station MDJ. (Zhigang Peng, Georgia Tech)
Relocation exercise and example results ¶
Zip file with SAC files and fortran and matlab codes to do this exercise yourself (Alex Hutko IRIS DMC)
2016 updated version! (Alex Hutko IRIS DMC)
IRIS DMC Event Page
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