Resources: Tectonic Tremor Catalogs 

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Taiwan
Tremor
Catalog

 

This tectonic tremor catalog (2009/01/01 to 2011/12/31) in the Southern Central Range of Taiwan is developed by Dr. Kevin Chao based on the WECC (Waveform Envelope Correlation and Clustering) method.

Reference: Chao, K., Z. Peng, Y.-J. Hsu, K. Obara, C. Wu, K.-E. Ching, S. van der Lee, H.-C. Pu, P.-L. Leu, and A. Wech (2017), Temporal Variation of Tectonic Tremor Activity in Southern Taiwan Around the 2010 ML6.4 Jiashian Earthquake, J. Geophys. Res., DOI: 10.1002/2016JB013925.

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Cascadia
Tremor
Catalog

 

This WECC catalog is the most used tremor catalog in Cascadia. It was developed by Dr. Aaron Wech

Reference: Wech, A. (2010), Interactive Tremor Monitoring,  Seism. Res. Lett., 81(4), 664-669, doi:10.1785/gssrl.81.4.664.​

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World
Tremor
Catalog

 

This World Tremor Catalog was developed by Professor Satoshi Ide's group.

Reference: Idehara, K., Yabe, S., and Ide, S. (2014), Regional and global variations in the temporal clustering of tectonic tremor activity, Earth, Planets and Space, 66(1), 66, doi:10.1186/1880-5981-66-66.
 
The catalogs include the following regions: Nankai (Japan), Kyushu (Japan), Cascadia, Parkfield, Jalisco-Colima (Mexico), Guerrero (Mexico), Manawatu (New Zealand), Taiwan, and Southern Chile.  
Parkfield

 

This most used low-frequency earthquakes (LFEs) catalog (LFEs also refer to tectonic tremor) in Parkfiled, CA was developed by Dr. David Shelly.

Reference: Shelly, D. (2017), A 15 years catalog of more than 1 million low-frequency earthquakes: Tracking tremor and slip along the deep San Andreas Fault, J. Geophys. Res., 122, 3739-3753, doi:10.1002/2017JB014047.