Visualization Problems of the Hungarian Earthquake Catalog

GeoViz: Linking Geovisualization with Spatial Analysis and Modeling, 10-11 March 2011, Hamburg, Germany

Andrea Pődör and Marta Kiszely

“Earthquake catalogs are very important in representing the seismic activity in a region. The examination of data contained by a catalog evidently illustrate the seismologically active regions and provides a strong basis for studying the geological structure responsible for earthquakes and for developing seismotectonic models. The catalog has important values for experts and common people as well. Consequently, there is a long tradition of representing earthquakes on maps. Recently the available dataset of the regional earthquakes of Hungary became so significantly large that the necessitiy of finding different visualization techniques has occured.”

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