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Quake Watch 2015

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posted on Dec, 31 2015 @ 10:55 PM
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Latest graph on post by: muzzy

finger is where we left it yesterday



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posted on Dec, 31 2015 @ 11:27 PM
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This one is interesting.

earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Dec, 31 2015 @ 11:29 PM
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a reply to: muzzy
Yeah, looks like things are tapering off. Only 11 any mag within 2 mile radius
over past 24 hours per USGS. A few more little ones down along San Jacinto towards Palm Springs.


Side note- a 1.7 due west of Temecula off the Elsinore fault. Didn't feel it though.
And to think there are proposals to tunnel through the area from Lake Elsinore to San Juan Capistrano.



posted on Jan, 1 2016 @ 12:09 AM
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a reply to: crappiekat
Yeah, Western Indian-Antarctic Ridge
yet it is in Southern Ocean, below Tasmania.
To the West is the Eastern Indian Ridge
never did get that logic
early explorers compasses must have been effected by the South Magnetic Pole, which is just 1400kn dead south (off the ice)
sure shookemup at Casey Station Antarctica


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posted on Jan, 1 2016 @ 12:19 AM
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I started Quake Watch 2016
i gave others a fair chance, I waited at least 6 hours to see if anyone would take up the batten.
Ha the Northern Hemisphere QW's were likely asleep, not fair.
Tough.



posted on Jan, 1 2016 @ 03:01 AM
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originally posted by: muzzy
I started Quake Watch 2016
i gave others a fair chance, I waited at least 6 hours to see if anyone would take up the batten.
Ha the Northern Hemisphere QW's were likely asleep, not fair.
Tough.


Lol it would be sacrilegious for anyone other than you or puterman to start the years thread.



posted on Jan, 5 2016 @ 01:10 PM
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a reply to: bellagirl

It was Muzzy's turn this year!!



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 02:20 PM
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Just did a big download from NIED/JMA for 2015 to get my missing below M1 quakes prior to 1 Aug
got 32,166 new listings
When combined with M1+ (which I already had) and then a Excel data review to remove duplicates, took out 108 events,
for a grand total of 116, 785 earthquakes all magnitudes

that's not counting the 0.0 magnitude reading, of which there were over 3600 Jan-Aug, and possibly 7-8000 all year.
not sure what 0 magnitude means, either they haven't determined the size, or it is a legitimate reading, when converted to TTNT energy 0 ML comes to 0.000015TonnesTNT or 15grams of TNT.

Just need to re re calibrate my excel template to be able to count how many of each magnitude there were, currently I have it set to count to 12429, which is usually enough to cover a month.



posted on Jan, 7 2016 @ 08:48 PM
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a reply to: muzzy
Had to go do some work chores, getting ready for next week.
Here is the summary for Japan 2015.
mag~1= 54,282
mag1= 38,775
mag2= 17,564
mag3= 4,934
mag4= 1,081
mag5= 131
mag6= 15
mag7= 1
mag8= 1

total= 116,784
TTNT= 24,052,440.81

of that 24 million tons of TNT
21,301,408.65 of it was the 8.1 30/05/2015 11:23:02 W OFF OGASAWARA


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here is an interactive Bing map of the top 149 (above M5)
surprisingly for Bing it is showing all 149!

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posted on Jan, 8 2016 @ 02:25 AM
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more to: muzzy

In 2015 219 Japanese Prefectures recorded micro earthquakes/tremors
in order of quantity the top 20 were

1 NW WAKAYAMA PREF = 2861*
2 HAKONE REGION = 2739**
3 SOUTHERN IWATE PREF = 1489
4 WESTERN NAGANO PREF = 1414
5 NORTHERN NAGANO PREF = 1273*******
6 SW EHIME PREF = 1013***
7 TOCHIGI GUNMA BORDER = 1011
8 NORTHERN AKITA PREF = 984
9 NEAR AMAMI-OSHIMA ISLAND = 961
10 HYUGANADA REGION = 940
11 SOUTHERN KUMAMOTO PREF = 919
12 SOUTHERN YAMAGATA PREF = 819
13 CENTRAL WAKAYAMA PREF = 803*
14 BUNGO CHANNEL = 792
15 KYOTO OSAKA BORDER REG = 760
16 NW KUMAMOTO PREF = 734
17 EASTERN TOTTORI PREF = 726****
18 SHIMANE HIROSHIMA BORDER = 720
19 HIDA MOUNTAINS REGION = 706
20 TOKUSHIMA PREF = 704******
also of note (list placing first number)
40 NE EHIME PREF = 402******
38 IYONADA SETONAIKAI = 429***
63 TESHIKAGA REGION = 296****

some of the top 20 I featured as the year progressed;
* NW WAKAYAMA PREF to be expected, on average 10-20 events every day, all year long.
** HAKONE REGION huge (2606+ events) long lasting volcanic tremor swarm I tracked for months on ATS, 11 Apr to 4 June page
*** SW EHIME PREF and IYONADA SETONAIKAI incl. swarm of 29 Oct to 6th Nov, 226 events page
**** EASTERN TOTTORI PREF, mainly swarm of 17-28th Oct with 627 events page
***** TESHIKAGA REGION recent end of year tremor swarm at Akan volcano, 140 events and page
also
****** TOKUSHIMA PREF and NE EHIME PREF several pan-Prefecture swarms of 90-170 events at a time, end of Sept and Dec, maybe more earlier in the year (just from memory but not analyized yet)
******* NORTHERN NAGANO PREF, related to On-take volcano

Now I have the full years data at hand I have plenty of material to work with, and intend to go back and feature some of the ones I may have missed prior to October.



posted on Jan, 8 2016 @ 02:32 AM
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I wish I could flag the thread again just for the awesome summary :-)

Thanks, Muzzy, and Happy 2016!



posted on Jan, 8 2016 @ 11:39 AM
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a reply to: CantStandIt
My pleasure.

I just wish I had the time to compile a list for the whole Planet.
I doubt it would ever be complete though, especially the low magnitudes.



posted on Jan, 9 2016 @ 09:27 AM
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Earthquake Summary for New Zealand for 2015, based on data from Geonet.
mag~1= 681
mag1= 7,720
mag2= 9,589
mag3= 1,319
mag4= 440
mag5= 44
mag6= 1
mag7= 0
total= 19,794
TTNT= 170,026

Puterman and I created a GL area system for NZ , similar to FE Regions back in 2012, map here
here they are listed in in order of quantity of earthquakes;
Ranking Location Number
1 Egmont-WhanganuiNP-Volcanic Plateau = 2265
2 Wairarapa = 1748
3 Cook Strait Area = 1528
4 North Taranaki Bight-Taumaranui-Taupo = 1433
5 Ruahine-Hastings = 1126
6 Kaimanawa-Hawkes Bay = 1060
7 Waitomo-Tokoroa-Rotorua = 969
8 East Manawatu-S Hawkes Bay-North Madden Bank = 911
9 Matahi-Matawai-Tolaga Bay-Ruatoria Knoll = 843
10 Tasman Sea-Wanganui Basin-West Manawatu = 728
11 South Taranaki Bight-Wanganui-Rangitikei = 698
12 Urewera-Gisborne-Tuahenui Bank = 696
13 Raglan Hbr.-Tauranga-Whakatane = 649
14 Raukumara-East Cape-Awanui Valley = 597
15 Mid Canterbury = 583
16 Mt. Cook-Glaciers = 550
17 Kahurangi-Nelson = 469
18 Manakau Hbr.-Mayor Is.-Ngatoro Ridge = 440
19 South Of Kermadec Islands = 383
20 South Marlborough-North Canterbury = 323
21 Wakatipu-Waimate = 298
22 Auckland-Coromandel-Whakatane Seamount = 269
23 East Cape Ridge Off NI N.Z. = 260
24 Secretary Island-Te Anau = 199
25 Whangarei-Rumble3-Healy = 129
26 Mt Aspiring-Hawea = 86
27 Greymouth-Hokitika = 85
28 Caswell Sound-Humbolt Mts = 80
29 Kaipara Hbr.-Great Barrier Is-Clark-Rumble5 = 71
30 Ohau-Timaru = 71
31 Dusky Sound-Lake Hauroko = 69
32 Matakoa Valley-Lottin Ridge- East Cape Ridge = 65
33 Mavora Lakes-Oamaru = 22
34 E. Of Wairarapa(Bennett Knoll) = 20
35 Solander Islands Area = 19
36 East Of North Island. N.Z. = 16
37 Off W. Coast Of N. Island. N.Z. = 7
38 Manapouri-Invercargill-Dunedin = 6
39 West Chatham Rise = 5
40 Auckland Islands. N.Z. Region = 4
41 North Of New Zealand = 4
42 Off E. Coast Of S. Island. = 3
43 Off W. Coast Of S. Island. N.Z. = 3
44 Stewart Island = 2
45 South Of Stewart Island = 1

Too many to map, but here is a KMZ file showing them all, you need Google Earth to open the file, the file is 1.23 MB

The top 45 (above M5) are shown on this interactive Bing map sorted by date.

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posted on Jan, 9 2016 @ 01:14 PM
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2015 California Summary ???
Bit of a mission to find the border waypoints (lat/long) and create a polygon. I found a web page with all the United States State borders as a CSV file, which was lucky, but California's was too precise for ANSS search to read (659 waypoints). I had to dumb-down California's borders to just 16 waypoints, then it worked.
So here is the summary of earthquakes for California for 2015;
mag~1= 24,253
mag1= 14,086
mag2= 2,072
mag3= 137
mag4= 21
mag5= 3
mag6= 0
total= 40,572

The Geysers absolutely saturated with them little ones

Here is theCalifornia 2015 KMZ file (Google Earth) sorted by biggest first, 1.58MB

and a Bing map of the top 162 (mag 3+) sorted by date



posted on Jan, 9 2016 @ 02:04 PM
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Nevada?
9,535 9,488.
working on it .......
some of the data was 0 magnitude
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Nevada summary
mag~1= 4501
mag1= 4008
mag2= 805
mag3= 156
mag4= 18
mag5= 0
mag6= 0
total= 9488

Nevada KMZ sorted by date

top 174 (mag3+) mostly Bald Mountain Bing map

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posted on Jan, 10 2016 @ 12:48 AM
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Some other countries totals;
Turkey 14,670
Spain 3,378
Mexico 10,969
Greece 21,676



posted on Jan, 10 2016 @ 12:52 AM
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a reply to: muzzy

Muzzy, your Bing map for the California top 162 quakes reads "This content is not available. It may have been deleted by the author."
Am I doing something wrong? I'm using Chrome browser and Win 8.1.



posted on Jan, 10 2016 @ 02:19 AM
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a reply to: Olivine
Bing maps can be a bit finniky at times, often it doesn't grab the file address cleanly and defaults to " it doesn't exist", but it does. Try refresh and it might open.
Works OK at my end. Firefox



posted on Jan, 10 2016 @ 12:22 PM
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reply to: muzzy
maybe Bing maps don't work on Chrome?
it is Google product after all, Bing is aMicrosoft product, conflict of interest there? . I just tried to open that map you mentioned on my phone which runs Chrome and it comes up blank and centred on Auckland NZ.
Sorry about that, there is nothing I can do now with Google Maps.



posted on Jan, 11 2016 @ 01:15 AM
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a reply to: muzzy
Olivine, it must be the settings on the device you are using.
As I said it doesn't work on my Android phone.
But I just tried it in Chrome on my laptop and it came up OK.



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