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Our Work on Earthquakes:
Davidson, Holloman, U-yen, 2015
Davidson, 2015

Davidson, 2017
Davidson and Yelverton, 2017
OTF 2017 Presentation
2018 Model Update and Changes

The Earthquake Prediction Center at QuakeWatch.net is the home of the study of pre-seismic signals, and the practice of earthquake forecasting. Below you can find two portals, one to the information and statistics surrounding the forecasting method and real-world results of the model in practice. To learn more about the work being done, click The Model below. To find a hub of forecasting tools and an explanation of how we use them in our model, click Prediction Center below. The Earthquake Prediction Center at QuakeWatch.net is a division of SpaceWeatherNews and is supported by the collective of nearly 300,000 “Suspicious0bservers”. The model was formulated by performing a thorough survey and review of the available literature on pre-seismic signals, like foreshock patterns, ground ion changes, atmospheric and electromagnetic factors. The most robust and reliably-available factors were chosen to combine into a real-world-practice model that seeks to use these factors to actively reduce the global active fault area by 80 to 90%, finding the 10 to 20% of of earth most at-risk of a large and significant earthquake at that time (usually M7+). The model has been successfully predicting the location of these large earthquakes, within that 10 to 20%, approximately 80% of the time. While informational only (not actionable) at this time, this is the beginning of useful earthquake forecasting of damaging events. Public earthquake forecasting is now open.


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