I was confused by your message until I realised that you mean “interpreting”, not “interrupting”.
Yes, the non-EQ responses measured by the RS interest me as well, though I’m not sure if there is a database of these effects.
It’s fascinating looking at SWARM and trying to figure out what the non-EQ signals are.
Personally, from my two RSs I’ve identified:
Traffic - which has a diurnal pattern that I analysed here: http://www.tideman.kiwi.nz/RS/DeansAveTraffic.html
Trains - have a very distinctive signal that rises in energy to a peak, then dies away.
Rescue Helicopters that pass overhead on their way to the hospital - are quite different to trains, with high frequency energy resulting from the rotors.
Household Appliances - washing machine, especially.
Low-Frequency Hum - strongly correlated with large ocean swell crashing onto the coast 250 km away, as well as southerly fronts when atmospheric pressure changes rapidly.