Japan Quake Seismograph Trace

My name is Mike Cluster in Lynnwood. I saved a screenshot I made from a local seismograph trace of the Japan quake activity last night, including aftershocks. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network (PNSN) station northeast of Maltby towards Monroe did a very good job of recording the local quake resonance. Each horizontal line represents 10 minutes out of a 6-hour stretch, spanning from the upper left to lower right.
Here is a link to the real-time current trace of that station:

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Anonymous says ... on Thursday, May 12 at 9:32 AM

The experts are wrong. It's already here.

MikeC says ... on Monday, Mar 14 at 5:12 PM

Experts say it's very unlikely that any radiation released into the atmosphere in Japan would reach the U.S. in harmful concentrations.

Tom says ... on Sunday, Mar 13 at 8:21 PM

Thanks Mike, and thanks to the PNSN. They have been one of my 'favorites' for a long time. I enjoy seeing the Mt St Helens and cascade range activities there.

Dean says ... on Saturday, Mar 12 at 6:34 PM

If there is a meltdown in Japan, the radio activity can be released and travel by prevailing winds in the directon of N. America. I wonder if anyone is thinking about this and should not precautions be broadcast for all concerned.

ron f says ... on Friday, Mar 11 at 4:52 PM

will the radioative plume releaced from Japans reactors be caught up by wind currents coming this way.

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