GEUS has recorded shaking in the Baltic Sea

Published 27-09-2022

GEUS has early morning Monday 26 September at 02:03 am Danish summer time and again Monday 26 September 7:03 pm Danish summer time recorded shaking in the Baltic Sea . The time and location of both events match the time and location for the gas leakages on North Stream 1 and 2.

The signals from the incident at 2.03 registered on one of the seismographic stations on Bornholm. Figure: GEUS

The first event registered 2.3 on the Richter scale, the second 2.1 on the Richter scale.

The signals do not resemble signals from earthquakes. They do resemble the signals typically recorded from blasts.

The signals are recorded on GEUS’ two seismographic stations on Bornholm, the station on Stevns as well as on Swedish and German stations.

The Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS) is responsible for monitoring and locating earthquakes and other seismological events in Denmark and Greenland.

Below are maps of the locations and the seismographic stations. Maps: GEUS and Google Maps