Stan's Earthquake / Volcanic Forecasts


Go to Stan's latest 1-to-10 day forecast


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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Several days may pass when no maps are available. This is due to an absence of data on the site from which Stan retrieves anomaly maps. These are vital as Stan bases his quake forecasts on this data. When they don't do their job, letting the side down, Stan can't produce forecasts. So when these people go on holiday or their site is 'down' for some reason and no data is available to him, gaps in quake forecast maps occur. This is a stinky deal, but it is the way it is unfortunately.

Stan's forecasts come out about mid day as the site from which he obtains the raw data is generally not published till 10 a.m. at the earliest. That makes Stan's forecast available close to 2 p.m. If raw data is available sooner, quake maps will be posted earlier. See explanation of map analysis below.



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Stan's Animation of the
Impressive Hotspot

Bigger View of the Hotspot
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2012 forecasts

NOTE: Since it takes hours for Stan to compile a weekly "hits" map, this was continued in February. It was only to establish credibility and accuracy of this type analysis.


EXPLANATION

This analysis shows areas of possible earthquake or volcanic activity, or extreme storm conditions for the next 1 to 10 days. Larger magnitude quakes often have a 10-day window while smaller events are usually 7 days at the outside. Pay particular attention to areas marked by red circles.

These circles indicate stresses in an area and warn of a probable quake in this location. The areas do not always convert to a quake. When a quake does occur and has been in or fairly close to the outer radius of a circle, I have drawn over a given fault zone area, then it is counted as a "hit". When stress signals go into a large land mass I have to estimate the radius of the circle and the vector to the nearest major fault on the land mass.

DEYO NOTES: For earthquake maps, see the Global Incident Live Earthquake Map, USGS, Earthquake Mashup or any other quake map of your choice. Additionally, these quake circles usually indicate events at Richter 4.0 and above. Smaller events, less than mag. 4's, are not picked up.