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Our Peer Reviewed Papers on Solar-Triggered Earthquakes:
Davidson, Holloman, U-yen, 2015
Davidson, 2015

Full List of Earthquake Risk Maps: Click Here – Regular Updates

January 2, 2017 - Snapshot of the Model, Evidence

The Streak of Consecutive M6+ Earthquakes to Hit Alert Zones. December 1, 2016 Powerpoint Presentation

November 30, 2016 - The Consecutive Hit Streak

The SDO/AIA 211 shows coronal holes (CHs), the primary earthquake factor. We are looking for the dark patches, which indicate that the interplanetary magnetic fields connecting earth to sun may be about to experience significant fluctuations of energy. Learn more about why coronal holes are important earthquake factors here and in Davidson, 2015.

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How to Use the App:

During long-term peaks and troughs, and sharp changes in sunspot number, there is much more energetic exchange between the earth, geo-space, and the outside. Much of this involves solar flares and space weather, but also includes galactic cosmic rays during periods of low solar activity.

Outgoing Longwave Radiation (OLR): the thermal (infrared) energy released from the planet up into the upper atmosphere and outer space. The + ions that send animals fleeing before a quake, and which can create ‘earthquake lights’, can also change cloud cover, which is primary in OLR Readings. Many OLR anomalies present before large earthquakes cannot be tied to clouds, precipitation, volcanic eruptions, or other usual meteorology. Strong ground-atmosphere energy exchanges can occur at strong anomalies and anomaly gradients.

Below you find the highly interactive Windytv program, set to the pressure overlay to help you track the global electric circuit (GEC), and help you understand what you are seeing on the OLR chart above. In general, the GEC flows down under clear skies and high pressure, these are known as ‘fair-weather return currents’. Low pressure cells, and the storms found in the arms extending from them (where wind converges), releases the current back to the ionosphere. Terrestrial gamma flashes are one of the most intense examples of this release.

There are many publications and theories on seismicity induced during specific geometries of the planets. This astrological chart shows the positions of the planets.

The occurrence of geomagnetic storms appears to have a depressive effect on earthquakes during the peak of the storms. Often the primary risk window begins when a coronal hole begins facing earth, and ends when geomagnetic storms occur, or when the coronal hole leaves the earth-facing half of the sun.