Time versus Magnitude Graphs Dec 2013

These graphs represent Time versus Magnitude for the 24 hour period marked in the title, and coincide with the maps on the main pages, in UTC.
Magnitude is on the Y axis ( vertical, generally M-0.5 to M6.5 (or higher)) , the Time is on the X axis (horizontal, 00:00 to 24:00)
The top block of graphs contain combine preliminary data from the Contributing Networks mentioned in the “about” page, namely;
usgs, emsc, geonet, jma, can, bbnet, gfzp, bgs, au, and nied

The magnitude marked on the larger M4.5+ events is the largest magnitude recorded for that event.
Click on image for larger version.
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preliminary data

20.12.2013 TvM graph20/12/2013
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19.12.2013 TvM graph19/12/2013
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18.12.2013 TvM graph18/12/2013
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17.12.2013 TvM graph17/12/2013
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16.12.2013 TvM graph16/12/2013
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15.12.2013 TvM graph15/12/2013
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14.12.2013 TvM graph14/12/2013
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13.12.2013 TvM graph13/12/2013
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12.12.2013 TvM graph12/12/2013
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11.12.2013 TvM graph11/12/2013
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10.12.2013 TvM graph10/12/2013
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09.12.2013 TvM graph09/12/2013
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08.12.2013 TvM graph08/12/2013
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reviewed data

The block of graphs below include reviewed data from the main Contributing Networks to QVSDP combined with reviewed data from JMA and may also contain data from Spain, Italy, Colombia, China and Iceland, usually adding lower magnitude events.
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04.12.2013 TvM graph04/12/2013
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03.12.2013 TvM graph03/12/2013
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02.12.2013 TvM graph02/12/2013
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01.12.2013 TvM graph01/12/2013

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