Rebuilt ISC Bulletin is now available (1964-1984)

January 21, 2019

Dear Colleagues and Users of the ISC data

We have recently finished the rebuild of the ISC Bulletin for the period 1980-1984 following the same strategy as previously explained in Storchak et. al., 2017. As a result, all standard ISC web-searches will now source the data from the rebuilt ISC Bulletin when it comes to the period 1964-1984.

The original ISC Bulletin data are given for the period from 1985 onwards. We are now rebuilding the ISC Bulletin for years 1985-2010 and, if the work goes to plan, the results will be made available to users in early 2020.

For those interested to compare the old and new ISC Bulletin data, we keep the original flat ISC Bulletin files on our ftp-site in both FFB and ISF formats. A new set of updated FFB, ISF as well as ISF2 and QuakeML formatted files are available.

May 3, 2018

Dear Colleagues and Users of the ISC data

We have recently finished the rebuild of the ISC Bulletin for the period 1964-1979. This work has been explained in detail in our recent scientific paper in Geoscience Letters by Storchak et. al., 2017 which is freely available on-line thanks to the Australia and Oceania Geoscience Society (AOGS).

As a result, all standard ISC web-searches will now source the data from the rebuilt ISC Bulletin when it comes to the period 1964-1979. The original ISC Bulletin data are given for the period from 1980 onwards.

We shall be gradually rebuilding the ISC Bulletin for years 1980-2010 and making the results available to users step-by-step.

For those interested to compare the old and new data, we keep the original flat ISC Bulletin files on our ftp-site in both FFB and ISF formats. A new set of updated FFB and ISF formatted files will soon be available from the ftp-site.