MAY 2012 (&Jun1-3 for info) SLAT7LA parameters 16 April circulated 1 May.
Red Warning periods – are now standardized R1 to R5 (most extreme effect). In WeatherAction Solar Lunar Action Technique they indicate Solar-Lunar drivers of thunderstorm and related extreme events around the world. Extreme weather event risk Periods such as thunder/tornado (espec USA) development & potential Tropical Storm Formation periods are consequences of these drivers and are also periods in which standard meteorology models will notably underestimate strength of deluges, thunder, snow etc in forecasts from a day or so ahead. In these periods typically standard meteorology forecast (smf) estimates of rain/snow from a day or so ahead need to be doubled (or more for R5). Dates are UTC for estimation although there are uncertainties. FORECAST MAPS & detailed forecasts with corresponding specific likely weather events are issued for various parts of the world. Lesser extreme (‘Extra Activity’) and ‘Quiet periods’ and likely consequent weather scenarios are stated therein.
Major Earthquake Trial Risk Periods are in 2 categories, Q and q (with Q>q expected but the relationship is noisy). Volcano risk is similarlyV and v (V>v). These combine to give QV, Qv etc periods. Periods are largely the same as or overlap with Red warning weather periods and are not specific to any particular Earthquake prone region or location except now SLAT 7A may give some preferred earth hemispheres – see table. Q periods should give ~M6.0 & above earthquakes (Red on US Geological Survey) eg as on http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eqinthenews/ & associated volcanism and increase of lesser quakes in low average quake level regions. M6.0 is arbitrary and other measures (eg M5.7+, M6.5+) can be considered.
SLAT 7A gives some extra indications of Quake strengths and perhaps more likely hemispheric regions (trials) of extra quakes / Volcs.
The above is an extract from the Piers Corbyn March Earthquake & Major Volcano Red Warning chart published on May 1st, the period 5th - 7th May was highlighted as a Top Red Warning (R4) period, as per note from Piers Corbyn...Red Warning periods – are now standardized R1 to R5 (most extreme effect)
Piers Corbyn notes: 5-7th QV4 Extra Major Earthquake & Major Volcano Earth facing holes / active regions likely near centre solar disc Quakes M 6.5+ also quite likely Pacific ring - North Hemisphere probably preferred.
News for M6 and above Earthquakes to follow in the next few days (including Volcanic Eruptions etc.)
to see latest active Volcano info from geocodezip.com
Also read: The Surprising Threat from Mexico's Awakened Volcano
by Andrea Mustain, OurAmazingPlanet Staff Writer
North America's second-tallest volcano recently rumbled to life, putting authorities on edge. Big eruptions of Mexico's massive Popocatépetl volcano are "few and far between," as one geologist says. Yet even without any dramatic fireworks, 17,800-foot (5,425-meter) "Popo" has the power to wreak havoc.
Geologist Mike Sheridan, a professor emeritus at the University at Buffalo, said that Popo and, in fact, many other volcanoes around the world harbor a means of destruction that many people may not associate with volcanoes: mudflows.
"And they don't even require an eruption, so they are less predictable," Sheridan told OurAmazingPlanet... Click above ouramazingplanet.com link to read FULL report from Andrea Mustain