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  • 19.02.2013: Old 16bit DOS programs on Windows 7 (x64)

    We needed to execute an old-but-working 16bits program to locate earthquakes called “HypoEllipse” (source), but calling it from the Windows 7 x64 boxes resulted in a nice : Bam ! Not working, sorry for you… No ! I say No ! Some great guys developed “DosBOX”: a super emulator for old-but-working DOS applications ! All [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

  • 15.02.2013: Meteor in Russia – Seismic Signal ?

    Very early this morning, a meteor lit up the skies of Russia, somewhere close to Ekaterinburg. Same as for the Korean Boom Boom, we wanted to have a look at the seismic data of a close-by station to check if something was visible. The closest IRIS seismic station to this place is II.ARU (see location), [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

  • 13.02.2013: Plot waveforms of events on a dates axis

    Following a question from my dear colleague Devy, here is how to plot a set of events, occurring at random moments in time. The idea is to plot the waveform of each event with the beginning at the top and the end at the bottom (along the “y” axis) and centred on the origin time [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

  • 12.02.2013: North Korean nuclear tests with Obspy

    This morning, North Korea tested some nuclear “bomb” somewhere in the middle of the country (confirmed by Pyongyang officials and CTBTO), and many seismic sensors worldwide recorded the triggered waveforms. The location of the test is the same as the 2009 one, confirmed by the location provided by global monitoring networks (USGS, GEOFON). To pythonise [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

  • 12.02.2013: Seismicity Map and Rate using Basemap and Pandas

    Imagine we want to plot a map of the seismic activity in NW-Europe and, at the same time, count the number events per month. To get a catalogue of earthquakes in the region, one can call the NEIC (note: this catalogue contains a lot of different stuff, i.e. quarry blasts, mining-induced events, army-directed WWI&II bombs [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

  • 12.02.2013: New Tutorial Series: Pandas

    In the coming months, I’ll prepare some tutorials over an excellent data analysis package called pandas ! To show you the power of pandas, just take a look at this old tutorial, where I exploited the power of itertools to group sparse data into 5 seconds bins. The magic of pandas is that, when you [...]
    Source: Géophysique.be

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  • [07.02.2017, EurekAlert!] Bacterial survival strategy Scientists have discovered a long-term epigenetic memory switch that [...] visit
  • [02.09.2015] Welcome, CAET! COSIS.net now welcomes submissions for Creative Arts in Education and [...] more
  • [29.05.2015, ScienceDaily] New technique harnesses everyday seismic waves to image Eart Earth researchers have devised a technique that transforms the tiny tremors [...] visit


  • [23.04.2018] New article published in Freshwater Biology : Evaluating and managing environmental water regimes in a water??scarce and [...] more
  • [23.04.2018] New article published in Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering : Impact of pressure on tertiary-CO2 flooding in a fractured chalk reservoir more
  • [23.04.2018] New article published in Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering : An intelligent algorithm for determination and optimization of productivity [...] more