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anna
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Post Number: 3088
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Friday, July 09, 2010 - 4:25 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Klyuchevskoi Volcano Wells Out Lava
09.07.2010

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKI, July 9 (Itar-Tass) -- Klyuchevskoi volcano in Kamchatka welled out lava from a crack overnight, but no threat to people was reported.

Kamchatka branch of the Russian Geophysical Service reported an anomaly as temperature near the crater was plus 65 degrees Centigrade while background temperature was minus 2 degrees. It said up to 400 seismic events occur in the volcano every day.

Klyuchevskoi is currently throwing steam and gas up to 800 meters high.

http://www.itar-tass.com/eng/level2.html?NewsID=15304958&PageNum=0
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anna
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Post Number: 3098
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Saturday, July 10, 2010 - 9:51 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Sereda said with this new, big burst from the sun to watch for things the next 4-5 days, as it spins toward us...
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1056
Registered: 4-2006
Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2010 - 7:40 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

1137 quakes in California in the past week.

See http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqscanv/
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anna
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Post Number: 3099
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2010 - 2:55 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Here's a link I found for NOAA's Tsunami Warning Center U.S. page-

http://wcatwc.arh.noaa.gov/events/eventmap.php
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anna
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Post Number: 3103
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Monday, July 12, 2010 - 12:47 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

6.2 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Chile Hours After Solar Eclipse-

Santiago, Chile (AHN) - Chile was jolted by a strong 6.2 magnitude earthquake Sunday evening rattling the northeastern part of the country. The area affected by the trembler was Antofagasta region, home to one of the driest places on the planet.

The quake which struck at 8:11 pm hours after a total solar eclipse touched part of the country had a depth of 56.7 miles and was centered about 50 miles east-northeast of Calama according to the U.S. Geological Survey said.

Chilean officials say no injuries or damages were reported in either Calama, located in the middle of the Atacama desert -- considered one of the driest in the world – nor in San Pedro de Atacama, a heavily visited tourist destination.

A massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake struck near Santiago in central Chile on February 27, triggering a huge tsunami that killed 521 people and swept entire villages off their foundations and caused an estimated $30 billion dollars in damage.

Chile's economy had been rebounding from the global downturn at the end of 2009 however the February quake interrupted that upward trajectory.

http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7019254737

Earthquake Shakes Central Canada

Magnitude 5.0 quake moved the ground in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and several U.S. states

A magnitude 5.0 earthquake hit central Canada Wednesday afternoon, rattling buildings from Sudbury to Quebec City, and as far south as New York City.

The epicentre of the quake was in Quebec, about 38 kilometres north of Cumberland, Ont., which is on the Ottawa River, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, and struck at 1:41 p.m. EDT at a depth of 18 kilometres.

There have been two recorded earthquakes with a magnitude over 6.0 in the Western Quebec seismic zone: a 6.1-magnitude quake in 1935 and one measuring 6.2 in 1732.

“Earthquakes are fairly uncommon here,” said Morgan Moschetti, a seismologist with the U.S. Geological Survey. “This isn’t totally unheard of, but they are relatively infrequent.”

Mr. Moschetti said aftershocks are “definitely a possibility” but that such smaller earthquakes are sometimes so minor they are hardly noticeable.

“After any large event, there’s going to be some adjustment in the earth,” he said.

Mr. Moschetti said the earthquake was felt in the U.S. from Chicago to western Maine.

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 is considered to be a moderate one but it can cause major damage to poorly constructed buildings over small regions. At the most, it should cause only slight damage to well-designed buildings. However, parts of the Ottawa Valley, including Ottawa, are at greater risk of structural problems because of ground acceleration, a phenomenon in which the type of bedrock amplifies the effects of the tremor, said Alexander Cruden, a professor of geology at University of Toronto.
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1070
Registered: 4-2006
Posted on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 - 3:35 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

We had a 5.3 on July 12th, a 5.1 on July 1st, a 5.0 on June 29th, a 6.0 on June 18th, and a 5.3 on June 18th. So 5 quakes of 5 or more over the past two to three weeks. Plus many 3's and 4's during the same period.

Funnily enough, I didn't see any mentioned in the media, although they did report a 2.7 quake.

I think we hear about quakes or not depending on whether or not it is a slow news day.
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anna
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Username: anna

Post Number: 3108
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 - 12:28 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

6.5 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
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Ldyhawk369
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Post Number: 1008
Registered: 3-2005
Posted on Friday, July 16, 2010 - 6:31 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

3.6 10 miles nw of Washington DC
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moonbeam
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Post Number: 660
Registered: 9-2009
Posted on Friday, July 16, 2010 - 9:52 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

yeah, they said they felt it and it was in German town and Rockville, MD. Very rare for that area.
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anna
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Post Number: 3112
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Posted on Friday, July 16, 2010 - 2:29 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

MAybe the shaking will wake up D.C.!
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Steve DoD
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Post Number: 65
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Posted on Friday, July 16, 2010 - 3:11 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Nice thought anna, but I don't think that will help. They must first be aware it is even happening. The people I work with there seem to living in a bubble of their on. Sad but true
Steve
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anna
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Post Number: 3115
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Posted on Saturday, July 17, 2010 - 2:06 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I guess I meant a BIG one~~~
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anna
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Post Number: 3118
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Posted on Sunday, July 18, 2010 - 11:36 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

5.8 FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
5.1 59.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
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Ldyhawk369
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Post Number: 1009
Registered: 3-2005
Posted on Monday, July 19, 2010 - 4:48 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.3 and 6.9 New Guinea, 6.7 Fox islands, Alaska(plus many more there)5.1 Vancouver Island, Canada
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bean
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Post Number: 1285
Registered: 12-2001
Posted on Monday, July 19, 2010 - 10:40 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I called my daughter at 12:22 Az. time today.

First upward movement since the biggy sometime ago. Not as intense, but diffinately more then the rippel effects I've been experiencing.
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ManyMansions
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Post Number: 4077
Registered: 3-2008
Posted on Monday, July 19, 2010 - 11:17 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

(I just realized I should post my finding in this forum)

A Puzzling Collapse of Earth's Upper Atmosphere

July 15, 2010: NASA-funded researchers are monitoring a big event in our planet's atmosphere. High above Earth's surface where the atmosphere meets space, a rarefied layer of gas called "the thermosphere" recently collapsed and now is rebounding again.

"This is the biggest contraction of the thermosphere in at least 43 years," says John Emmert of the Naval Research Lab, lead author of a paper announcing the finding in the June 19th issue of the Geophysical Research Letters (GRL). "It's a Space Age record."

The collapse happened during the deep solar minimum of 2008-2009—a fact which comes as little surprise to researchers. The thermosphere always cools and contracts when solar activity is low. In this case, however, the magnitude of the collapse was two to three times greater than low solar activity could explain.

"Something is going on that we do not understand," says Emmert.

[...]


http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/2010/15jul_thermosphere/

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anna
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Post Number: 3121
Registered: 9-2002
Posted on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 - 7:35 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I hear Twilight Zone music :-)
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susi
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Post Number: 2536
Registered: 11-2009
Posted on Wednesday, July 21, 2010 - 11:51 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

5.1 iran
6.1 indonesia
7.3 new britain region
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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anna
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Post Number: 3133
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Posted on Friday, July 23, 2010 - 7:24 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.4 MINDANAO, PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
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ManyMansions
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Post Number: 4093
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Posted on Friday, July 23, 2010 - 8:15 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Magnitude 7.6 - MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2010zbca.php

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susi
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Posted on Wednesday, August 04, 2010 - 10:11 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.0 new britain region
6 & 6.3 aleutian islands
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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Ldyhawk369
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Post Number: 1015
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Posted on Thursday, August 05, 2010 - 4:43 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

3.0, 3.2, 4.8, 4.2 Wyoming, 4.2 was sse old faithful
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anna
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Posted on Thursday, August 05, 2010 - 5:33 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I keep waiting for something big there
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Sara
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Post Number: 36
Registered: 9-2006
Posted on Friday, August 06, 2010 - 1:02 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Volcano ("wasn't a large one") in Indonesia - Mount Karangetang on Siau Island.
http://edition.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/08/06/indonesia.volcano.eruption/#fbid =rQcuB58ptqI&wom=false
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anna
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Post Number: 3186
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4 people feared dead after volcano eruption in Indonesia

Jakarta, Indonesia -- Four people are missing and feared dead after a volcano eruption in Indonesia, according to a National Disaster Mitigation Agency official. Mount Karangetang, on Siau Island, is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, according to The Jakarta Globe.

In Friday's eruption, about five people were injured, one seriously, said the disaster official, Priyadi Kardono. Sixteen families, about 65 people, were evacuated from their villages to safer ground. At least one house was buried and several other buildings, including a church, were damaged, Kardono said. Rescue and aid teams have been sent to the area. A bridge was also damaged, isolating about six villages with about 20,000 residents. Communication lines are down.

Kardono told CNN he doesnt expect the number of deaths or injuries to rise. The villages that are cut off are farther away from the volcano's crater. Volcanologists didn't issue a warning about the eruption, he said, because there were no indications of increased volcanic activity on Mount Karangetang.

The eruption wasn't a large one and he said he had received reports that the flow of volcanic debris has decreased.

http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/08/06/indonesia.volcano.eruption/index.htm l?hpt=T2
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susi
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Posted on Tuesday, August 10, 2010 - 11:11 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.5 vanuatu islands
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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susi
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Posted on Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 11:31 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

7.1 equador
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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anna
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7.2 SOUTH OF MARIANA ISLANDS

I wonder if some volcanoes will blow down there?
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anna
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Posted on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 12:31 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

4.0 WYOMING, Yellowstone, I think...
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Victoria
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Post Number: 555
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Posted on Wednesday, August 18, 2010 - 6:13 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Check this out on HAARP AND EARTHQUAKES!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YHt0aLbJYA
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without struggling through the labor of thought. JFK
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susi
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yep. years ago when i read 'angels don't play this hasarp' by nick begich, i told people about the dangerous military applications and urged them to read the book. i was surprised at the either, apathy, or disbelief.
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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bean
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Post Number: 1379
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Posted on Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 10:24 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Some people just do not want to know how WRONG things have become.
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1104
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Posted on Friday, August 20, 2010 - 5:43 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

I'm a late comer to this thread, but could somebody explain to me the purpose of listing earthquakes here?

Every day planet Earth experiences approximately 3,000 earthquakes, ranging between 1 and 5, and a few dozen that are 6 or 7.

Obviously this thread is barely scratching the surface on the daily earthquake count, so what exactly is the point of just listing one or two every few days?
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animalspirits
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Post Number: 8575
Registered: 10-2006
Posted on Friday, August 20, 2010 - 6:16 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

It here because there are board members that want it here and are interested in it.
Understand that all things are sacred--yet nothing is sacred.

~Yotee Coyote
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Geoff
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 3:47 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Yes, obviously, but why? What is special about the quakes being mentioned?
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animalspirits
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 5:57 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Geoff,

If you don't understand the reason for this thread, just don't read it.
Understand that all things are sacred--yet nothing is sacred.

~Yotee Coyote
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1107
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 6:33 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Well that's not very helpful is it?

The last quake mentioned here was by Anna, a 4.0 in Wyoming. That was one of about 3000 earthquakes that happened on that day, and one of many 4.0's that happened on that day. The bigger quakes that happened that day were not mentioned, so what was special about that particular small one?

Earthquakes of 5+ happen every week here, so if I know what the criteria for listing them is, I'll post them.
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animalspirits
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 7:00 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Geoff,

Anna lives near Yellowstone as do several others on the board. It is of concern to her...and me as well.

I, for one, am glad for what is getting posted as I don't have time to look for them myself.
Understand that all things are sacred--yet nothing is sacred.

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susi
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 7:15 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

because curious minds want to know, geoff, that's why.

the reason doesn't matter-just that we want to do this matters.

so, run along..........
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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Sharon2
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 9:34 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Earthquakes are earth changes!
That interests me very much.
I stop by to see how many, how big and where!

I appreciate the updates.
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Geoff
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 10:07 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

because curious minds want to know, geoff, that's why.

Susi, they want to know what?

If say, 20 earthquakes of 5.0 happen tomorrow (which they probably will), which ones should be listed here?

Only a tiny fraction of daily earthquakes are being mentioned here, while the vast majority are being ignored, so I'm just wanting to know the criteria for posting or not posting them.

I have an interest in earthquakes, so am happy to post the ones that happen here if people are interested.
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susi
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 10:35 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

instead of looking up a link to see what's going on seismically, this is a place where they can get a quick look at usually the strongest ones occurring.

there is NO criteria.

i think you're trying to make a mountain out of a molehill. :-)
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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animalspirits
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Posted on Saturday, August 21, 2010 - 11:08 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

susi,

Don't pay any attention to him. He trying to do all he ever does which is stir the pot...and is doing it now in several threads.

Keep posting them.


Understand that all things are sacred--yet nothing is sacred.

~Yotee Coyote
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Geoff
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Posted on Sunday, August 22, 2010 - 5:08 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Thanks Susi. Just wondered, because small quakes are mentioned too, while lots of big ones are not.

I'll post 'em as they happen :-)

AnimalSpirits, stop with the subversion technique. Be helpful, or don't post.
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susi
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Posted on Tuesday, August 24, 2010 - 10:36 am:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

6.1 off coast of mexico
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1125
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 1:36 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

We had a 7.4 here an hour ago. I only found out after seeing it as "breaking news" on the UK's BBC World.

Never even felt it, lol
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Geoff
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 1:39 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

See http://www.geonet.org.nz/earthquake/quakes/recent_quakes.html
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1128
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 2:41 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Buildings have collapsed, power is out, water is out, some roads are impassable, the airport is closed, and people are trying to fill their petrol tanks, but all the service stations have closed (no power). Hospitals and emergency services pushed to the max.

Two aftershocks in the last 45 minutes also, one 4.6 and one 3.9.

Thankfully, no reports of any deaths to date. That's gotta be some kind of miracle (the city is called Christchurch though!)

For those not familiar with us, Christchurch is a city of 350,000 people.
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1129
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 2:47 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

A third aftershock, 4.9

liguidification of some suburban areas near the ocean as well, where ground water has surfaced during the shaking to cause instant flooding.
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1131
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 2:59 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Fourth aftershock, 4.3, a few minutes ago
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Geoff
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Post Number: 1132
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Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 - 3:52 pm:   Edit Post Delete Post View Post/Check IP Print Post

Two more aftershocks in the past 50 minutes, a 4.7 followed by a 4.6.

That makes seven large shakes in under three hours.

The strange thing is, this 7.4 didn't occur on a major fault line. The geologists are expressing surprise.
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Geoff
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And another 4.3 earlier, and one happening as I type this, so no magnitude available yet, but the count is now at nine significant quakes in under three hours in the same area.
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" "I was awake to go to work and then just heard this massive noise and 'boom,' it was like the house got hit. It just started shaking. I've never felt anything like it," he told the news website.Geological agency GNS Science said the earthquake was centered 21 miles below the surface. People reported that the movement from the quake lasted up to 40 seconds.

The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said "no destructive widespread tsunami threat existed, based on historical earthquake and tsunami data."

New Zealand sits above an area of Earth's crust where two tectonic plates collide. The country records more than 14,000 earthquakes a year — but only about 150 are felt by residents. Fewer than 10 a year do any damage."
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Geoff
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A couple of people on the radio who each were in San Francisco in 1989 have said this one felt more violent.
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Geoff wrote on August 20:

"I'm a late comer to this thread, but could somebody explain to me the purpose of listing earthquakes here?

Every day planet Earth experiences approximately 3,000 earthquakes, ranging between 1 and 5, and a few dozen that are 6 or 7.

Obviously this thread is barely scratching the surface on the daily earthquake count, so what exactly is the point of just listing one or two every few days?"




Would you care to "eat" your hyper-critical words? Or maybe you can see clearly now?
Too many people enjoy the comfort of opinion
without struggling through the labor of thought. JFK
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Geoff
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What do you mean? As I wrote then, we have lots of quakes here, and said I would list them as they happen - just keeping my word.

It's certainly exciting, but perfectly normal. Not as big as the 7.8 we had last year though.

Sun has come up now, so a few pics starting to come through:

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/image.cfm?c_id=1&gal_objectid=10671050&gallery _id=113677#7073400

Neither the 7.8 last year, or the 7.4 this year, have caused any fatalities. Overseas you generally get big death tolls in quakes of this size, but we are pretty well prepared here.

Lots of fun!
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Three more aftershocks, a 4.0, 4.7 and 5.2.

Still rockin' and rollin'.
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"Overseas you generally get big death tolls in quakes of this size, but we are pretty well prepared here."

Your also sparsely populated.
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Yep, but this one happened right on the edge of a major city. Pretty lucky really.

Reports coming through of people having "sand volcanoes" popping up in their backyards. Hadn't heard of those before, but apparently it happens when you live near a sandy coastline during a big quake.
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The main quake has been downgraded from 7.4 to 7.1, but is now understood to have happened only 10km below the surface, not 33km as originally thought, and it was that shallowness that made it so harsh.

Christchurch has now had the following magnitude quakes over the past six hours (currently 10:33AM):

4.7 - 8:15AM

5.2 - 7:56AM

4.0 - 7:52AM

4.6 - 7:13AM

4.7 - 7:07AM

4.3 - 6:33AM

4.3 - 6:23AM

3.9 - 6:04AM

4.6 - 5:55AM

4.9 - 5:26AM

4.8 - 5:06AM

5.3 - 4:56AM

7.1 - 4:35AM

The experts are predicting that quakes between 4.0 and 6.0 will continue for a few days or even weeks.
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A few more aftershocks have happened since the last post, including two between 5.0 and 6.0.

In the end, there was one possible death from someone who had a heart attack, presumed to have been induced by the main quake, but otherwise there's no official death toll from what is being described as a quake the same size as the one that hit Haiti. Preparedness is what made the difference.

Some neat pics at the URL below, although please ignore the headline of Christchurch being the capital city. Not sure where the writer got that idea from, but it's a UK writer who wrote it.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1308860/Earthquake-hits-New-Ze alands-South-Island.html

The government lead an excellent response, with the Prime Minister there within hours, and the government's Earthquake Commission having a budget of $20b ready to go, although damage is estimated to be between $2b and $3, so it's well covered.

Most people in Christchurch had a day of sightseeing, and tonight power is back to pretty much everyone.

On a sad note, there was a plane crash elsewhere in the country, killing nine people, mostly international tourists. So even though they were surrounded by a lot of devastation, it was that event that a lot of people had on their mind.
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More interesting pics here, including examples of the many "sand volcanoes" that erupted from the ground liquefaction:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/32444582@N07/sets/72157624874841322/
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There have now been over 100 aftershocks in the 3.5 to 5.6 range, with some of them being significant earthquakes in their own right.

Tonight, three days after the main shock, there was a 5.2 at 11:24PM, a 4.0 14 minutes later at 11:38PM, then just two minutes later at 11:40PM a rather large 5.4. Over the next hour were several more in the 4.0+ range, then another 5.4 at 3:24AM. The awesome power of the Earth.

An interesting fact learned by geologists is the fault responsible had not been known about as it last moved some 16,000 years ago.

About 100,000 homes have been left badly damaged, but the main issue is water and sewer pipes, which all over the place have been disrupted. All 350,000 people in the city have to boil water before drinking.

Geologists from around the globe are descending on Christchurch, amazed that such a devastating quake (same size as Haiti) has had a zero death toll. The world can learn from this one.
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A couple of fascinating photos of the sand volcanoes created by the earthquake. There are hundreds of thousands of these all over the region, caused by liquefaction (which also caused many buildings to sink into the ground).

http://drquigs.com/images/rsgallery/original/CHCH2158.jpg

http://drquigs.com/images/rsgallery/original/IMG_0895.jpg
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Further New Zealand earthquakes of 3.0 or greater, from the past 24 hours:


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 0:41 am
* Magnitude: 4.6
* Depth: 12 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 9:08 pm
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 20 km
* Details: 30 km east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 9:07 pm
* Magnitude: 3.8
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 8:52 pm
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: 10 km south of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 8:28 pm
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 8:08 pm
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 6:40 pm
* Magnitude: 3.8
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-west of Springfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 6:36 pm
* Magnitude: 4.2
* Depth: 12 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Porangahau


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 6:04 pm
* Magnitude: 3.2
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 4:56 pm
* Magnitude: 3.1
* Depth: 3 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 4:18 pm
* Magnitude: 3.8
* Depth: 40 km
* Details: 20 km south-west of Wellington


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 3:48 pm
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 40 km
* Details: 20 km west of Wellington


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 3:04 pm
* Magnitude: 3.3
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 1:07 pm
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 1:04 pm
* Magnitude: 3.1
* Depth: 20 km
* Details: 40 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 11:36 am
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 12 km
* Details: 20 km south-west of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 10:48 am
* Magnitude: 5.2
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Porangahau


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 10:11 am
* Magnitude: 3.1
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 10:03 am
* Magnitude: 3.6
* Depth: 40 km
* Details: 30 km east of Waipawa


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 8:24 am
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 8:14 am
* Magnitude: 3.6
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 6:22 am
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 5:17 am
* Magnitude: 3.3
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 10 km north of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 5:14 am
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 4:17 am
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 3:24 am
* Magnitude: 5.4
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 3:14 am
* Magnitude: 3.7
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 2:52 am
* Magnitude: 3.1
* Depth: 10 km
* Details: 30 km east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 1:39 am
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Tue, Sep 7 2010 0:51 am
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km north of Leeston
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Thanks Geoff for your updates.
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Seven more in the last six hours, including a very shallow 5.1, which because it was so shallow, was quite a harsh one.


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 8:15 am
* Magnitude: 3.8
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: 10 km south-east of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 7:49 am
* Magnitude: 5.1
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 10 km north-west of Diamond Harbour


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 7:42 am
* Magnitude: 4.1
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 6:22 am
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 6:09 am
* Magnitude: 3.7
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 3:59 am
* Magnitude: 4.5
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 3:47 am
* Magnitude: 3.7
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 30 km south-west of Kaiapoi
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There was a poster on the living off the grid thread who spoke of how safe NZ is from the coming troubles...NOT!

An Island is built on a huge unstable volcano, I hope all are ok.
"Don't take life to seriously;no one gets out alive."

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Geoff
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What troubles Jimmy? What unstable volcano are you referring to? That's news to me!

Human-related troubles, NZ is your best bet. Nature-related troubles, also your best bet, as we are better prepared than most countries. We also have an abundance of natural resources.

Disaster can strike anywhere, but your best bet will always be where society is prepared.

Personally, I have a love of spectacular displays of nature. I've seen volcanoes erupt, felt earthquakes shake the city, and waded through flooding. You feel alive at such times! To me it's a comfort knowing mother nature is in charge.
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A further 21 earthquakes of notable size in NZ over the past 20 hours. So we are basically averaging about one per hour of a size that can be felt. Most are in the area of Saturdays big quake, but a few others have occurred in other parts of the country, unrelated to the aftershocks.


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 3:44 am
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 3:13 am
* Magnitude: 3.7
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 10 km south-east of Christchurch


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 2:49 am
* Magnitude: 4.5
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 20 km south of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 11:53 pm
* Magnitude: 3.3
* Depth: 11 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Porangahau


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 9:14 pm
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 10 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 8:23 pm
* Magnitude: 3.2
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 8:23 pm
* Magnitude: 2.6
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 7:51 pm
* Magnitude: 2.9
* Depth: 4 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 7:03 pm
* Magnitude: 2.6
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 6:57 pm
* Magnitude: 3.6
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 6:48 pm
* Magnitude: 2.8
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Lyttelton


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 5:29 pm
* Magnitude: 3.0
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 4:42 pm
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 3:00 pm
* Magnitude: 3.1
* Depth: 11 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 2:49 pm
* Magnitude: 4.3
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 1:56 pm
* Magnitude: 2.4
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Matata


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 1:41 pm
* Magnitude: 4.1
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km south-west of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 10:00 am
* Magnitude: 3.3
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 9:39 am
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 10 km south-east of Christchurch


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 9:37 am
* Magnitude: 3.5
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Wed, Sep 8 2010 9:01 am
* Magnitude: 4.4
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: 20 km east of Darfield
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A further seven quakes over the past seven hours. So still about one per hour.

That makes over 280 quakes of around 3.0 to 5.4 magnitude in the Christchurch area just since Saturday.

The state of emergency has been extended by a week (to next Wednesday) due to the ongoing shaking.


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 12:38 pm
* Magnitude: 4.2
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: Within 5 km of Springfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 12:14 pm
* Magnitude: 3.7
* Depth: 9 km
* Details: 10 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 10:47 am
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 9:06 am
* Magnitude: 3.2
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km south-west of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 9:04 am
* Magnitude: 3.6
* Depth: 7 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 6:49 am
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 10 km south of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 6:14 am
* Magnitude: 4.2
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 10 km south of Darfield
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6.1 off coast of chilie
sure you can trust the government....just ask an indian.
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Geoff
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There's a list at http://www.iris.edu/seismon/last30days.phtml that claims to show earthquakes of 4.0 or greater worldwide, but out of the 150+ such earthquakes we have had in NZ in just the last six days, only six of them are listed. 6 out of 150!

I'm very thankful for the geonet site in NZ, as it lists everything that happens. Getting such complete data from other countries and globally seems to be very difficult.

In the meantime, since my last post yesterday, we have had the following:


* NZST: Fri, Sep 10 2010 9:17 am
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Hanmer Springs


* NZST: Fri, Sep 10 2010 7:10 am
* Magnitude: 4.5
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Fri, Sep 10 2010 6:28 am
* Magnitude: 3.9
* Depth: 4 km
* Details: 10 km north-east of Darfield


* NZST: Fri, Sep 10 2010 0:25 am
* Magnitude: 4.3
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 10:31 pm
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 20 km east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 8:35 pm
* Magnitude: 3.4
* Depth: 6 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 8:25 pm
* Magnitude: 4.3
* Depth: 25 km
* Details: 20 km south-east of Porangahau


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 6:27 pm
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 5 km
* Details: 10 km south-west of Christchurch


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 5:24 pm
* Magnitude: 4.0
* Depth: 15 km
* Details: 30 km south-east of Darfield


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 4:18 pm
* Magnitude: 5.3
* Depth: 20 km
* Details: 10 km south-east of Porangahau


* NZST: Thu, Sep 9 2010 2:05 pm
* Magnitude: 2.5
* Depth: 8 km
* Details: 10 km north of Lyttelton


So 11 in the past 20 odd hours, meaning the rate is slowing a bit.
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4.0 4.1 at 25 miles south of Jackson, Wyoming
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Geoff
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An updated list of the earthquakes here for September 1st, to September 14th 2010, excluding the small ones of mag 1.0 or 2.0:

# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.3 earthquake, Bay of Plenty region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.3 earthquake, West Coast region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Gisborne region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Otago region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Taupo region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 7.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 7.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.7 earthquake, Raukumara Plain region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Hawke's Bay region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.2 earthquake, Wairarapa region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Wellington region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Wellington region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Wairarapa region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.9 earthquake, Taranaki region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.4 earthquake, Bay of Plenty region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.3 earthquake, Hawke's Bay region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 5.3 earthquake, Hawke's Bay region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Hawke's Bay region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.8 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 2.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Whanganui Basin region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.1 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.7 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.0 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.9 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.6 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.3 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.4 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 3.5 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
# [GeoNet] Mag. 4.2 earthquake, Canterbury region, New Zealand eqnews at geonet.org.nz
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