Receive our "Personalized" double frequency earthquake "E-mail notifications"

Last update: May 15, 2017 at 6:27 pm by By

See below for eventual update messages, problems etc.

After  subscribing to the earthquake area of your choice (see below for links to the detailed lists), you will receive an Email containing a satellite map (for immediate and 60 minute notifications) together with the most important earthquake parameters.

The delivery speed is a big advantage of our alerts. If your delivery method is selected as "immediately", you will be informed of a new earthquake as soon as the first major agency has reported this earthquake. The early values are always "preliminary" and may be changed later on. The data are constantly updated on-line.  To avoid an overkill in Emails, we will only send 1 email per earthquake.

This E-mail earthquake notification service is one of the only systems triggered from "multiple" seismological agencies.

Upon registration, you may choose the "Delivery frequency" (2 frequencies) AND the "minimum Magnitude" (from 2.5 until 6.0) you want to be informed from.  To subscribe - click on the button just above the list of your preference.

This is an example of how the frequency "immediate" Email will look like :

This is an example of how the frequency "each 60 minutes " Email will look like :

Magnitude and depth are the main parameters of an earthquake.  The combination of both and the area where they are occurring will determine whether they are dangerous or not.

Magnitude : at Earthquake-Report.com we are using values starting at 5.5 as potentially dangerous in locations with an historic proved high ground acceleration. In subduction zones (mostly volcanic zones like the Ring of Fire countries) we are especially alerted from 6.0.

Depth : If the depth of an hypocenter or focal depth (location in the underground where the rupture takes place)  is less than 20 km, below a densely populated area and taking into account the above Magnitude description elements, we are almost certainly starting up an in-depth article as we consider these kind of earthquakes as "moderately to even very dangerous".


 

System messages for notification subscribers.

No current malfunctions


It will take us a few more days to complete this list

General lists :  WORLDUNITED STATESEUROPEAFRICACARIBBEAN
MIDDLE EASTSOUTH AMERICACENTRAL AMERICA

Special lists :  Strait of Gibraltar

All COUNTRIES except USA

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Additional remarks and Frequently Asked Questions
- The selection of a weak Magnitude, a 24 hour delivery on a worldwide list would result in an avalanche of emails (each earthquake will generate an E-mail).
A more selective Magnitude, delivery option and area of your interest will give the best result.
- As we have decided not to use a control panel or password, the parameters of your subscription can only be changed by canceling your subscription (link in each Email we send). To fine-tune your options, simply generate a new subscription.
- We will not share your E-mail with anyone else, it will be used only for earthquake notifications.
- Please make sure that you are white listing our emails (safe senders list) as otherwise they may be deviated to your spam folder by automatic systems.

Comments

  1. Armand Vervaeck says:

    We are trying to find out what happens but could not trace it so far. We are still looking into it.

  2. Nat Childs says:

    I enjoy your earthquake reports -- but for the past week or so the reports have been cumulative, containing new and prior quakes so that the latest one has 1343 quakes in it! That's making it take longer each time to load and makes it hard to tell which are the most recent. I hope you can fix this. I also don't see a way to check on or change the kind of reports I get.

  3. bijoy krishna nath says:

    please include me in your circulation list

    • Armand Vervaeck says:

      You can subscribe to our earthquake alert list (above the EQ tables in the daily pages)

    • Douglas Robertson says:

      @Armand, The wording to the subscription link is very confusing; it took me a while to figure it out, and based on the number of similar posts requesting subscribing instructions, may I suggest that the wording be changed from "Click on Subscribe to Email list..." to "To subscribe to this list, click the blue Ultrafast earthquake notifications button below." Visually, moving the blue button above the table legend may also help. Finally, the wording on the blue button is confusing: "...based on the area of this page." The term "area" is ambiguous; Is it meant to convey "geographical location selected" ?

  4. Janette Hosein says:

    Hi Sonething has gone wonky up until yesterday I would get an email notification about an earthquake in my area...ONE email, yesterday I got 21 emails for the same earthquake and today I got another 17 all for the same earthquake. I don't want to unsubscribe please fix this!

    • Armand Vervaeck says:

      We apologize for all the misery as after a software update some things really went wrong. After stopping the mail service for a couple days (time to review what was wrong) the software people were convince to have found it, so yesterday we restarted the service, only to see that the issue was not yet solved. We stopped it gain.
      We are truly sorry for the inconvenience this caused. We continue to search for the problem.

  5. I Love this app it's Great I want all reports and tsunami reports too thank thank you

  6. Shivam kumar says:

    It was mindblowing. When earthquake came in India then i thought i am in a swing and it is my first experience.

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