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Geophysical situation as of June 15

1) WBG data

Intensive high-frequency (HF) anomaly registered by the WBG instrumentation system during period of 06/12/2010–06/14/2010 has ended. LF wave (LF anomaly) is still being observed as in the WBG-3.

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/04/2010–06/15/2010

WBG-3 system data for period of 06/04/2010–06/15/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/04/2010–06/15/2010

WBG-4 system data for period of 06/04/2010–06/15/2010

WBG system data indicates tense seismic situation.

2) Greece area

RC EOM's experts have revealed EQ clouds in the Greece area on the June 14 and 15. EQ clouds are shown on the images of the European geostationary satellite MeteoSat.

EQ clouds 06/14/2010

EQ clouds 06/14/2010

EQ clouds 06/15/2010

EQ clouds 06/15/2010

Also in the forecast area small earthquake has occurred (ML 3.9 15.06.2010 07:31 41.15E 23.02N):

Small earthquake epicenter location in the Thessaloniki region

Small earthquake epicenter location in the Thessaloniki region

On the basis of present situation analysis Greece earthquake forecast has been prolonged for another 2 weeks. Parameters of the prolonged forecast are the following:
Date:: before 1st of July, most probable date is June 20 ± 2 days.
Location: 37–41°N, 21–23°E and additional forecast area of 2° x 2° size centered on the Thessaloniki city (39.5–41.5°N, 22–24°E).
Magnitude: M?7; estimate based on earthquake clouds (EQ clouds) is M6.4-6.9.

3) Central American area (California-Mexico)

In the California region sufficiently strong and some small earthquakes have occurred:
Magnitude 5.7 - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 2010 June 15 04:26:58 UTC
Magnitude: 5.7
Date-Time: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 at 04:26:58 UTC
Location: 32.698°N, 115.924°W

Location of California earthquake epicenter

Location of California earthquake epicenter

Monitoring of global and local earthquake preparation indicators continues.

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