Bulletins

The Institute of Seismology of the University of Helsinki publishes three types of seismic bulletins:

  • Fully automatic, near real-time bulletins of seismic events in Finland and adjacent areas. The bulletins are based on real-time data from the Institute of Seismology and the co-operative seismological agencies.

  • Analyst-reviewed bulletins. Automatic bulletins are first reviewed by an analyst and published as preliminary daily bulletins. The preliminary bulletins are later supplemented with data from co-operative seismological agencies (in Estonia, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and north-western Russia) to compile the final monthly bulletins of seismic events in northern Europe.
  • Earthquake catalogs, maps and annual bulletins of earthquakes in northern Europe

Automatic bulletins

Local explosions and earthquakes today
Automatic Daily Bulletins (calendar retrieval)

Analyst-reviewed bulletins

Daily bulletins of seismic events in Northern Europe (calendar retrieval)
Final monthly bulletins

Earthquake bulletins

Annual bulletins of earthquakes in Northern Europe

Earthquake catalogs and maps

Recent earthquakes globally
Interactive map service for browsing earthquake data

List and map of recent earthquakes in Northern Europe
Catalog of earthquakes in Northern Europe (FENCAT) 1375-

Catalog format
Map of earthquake locations in Northern Europe 1971 - 2012
Map of earthquake locations in Northern Europe 1375 - 1970