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Quake Watch 2016

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posted on May, 18 2016 @ 12:36 AM
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further to: muzzy
Well that gave me a headache

I think I got it done, took several attempts to get all the duplicates on individual popup tags.
I had to add 17 columns to get it to work, one tag has 7 events on it.
Then Firefox kept loading the 1st version and I ended up getting pissed off. In the end I changed the name of the file.
an example of the layout below

3.75-11/04/2016 23:07
ID: 2016p275576 Network: geonet
Status: confirmed
Date/Time NZDT: 12/04/2016 11:07
Date/Time UTC: 11/04/2016 23:07
3:26 (hh:mm:ss) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8913, 175.4656
Magnitude: 3.75M
Depth: 23.87 km
Energy Released: 6.3593 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

also at same location
ID: 2016p275958 Network: geonet
Status: automatic
Date/Time NZDT: 12/04/2016 14:30
Date/Time UTC: 12/04/2016 2:30
6:49 (hh:mm) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8918 , 175.4686
Magnitude: 2.04 M
Depth: 22.58 km
Energy Released: 0.0173 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

also at same location
ID: 2016p290163 Network: geonet
Status: automatic
Date/Time NZDT: 17/04/2016 20:39
Date/Time UTC: 17/04/2016 8:39
132:58 (hh:mm) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8915 , 175.4595
Magnitude: 1.29 M
Depth: 23.05 km
Energy Released: 0.0013 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

also at same location
ID: 2016p276709 Network: geonet
Status: automatic
Date/Time NZDT: 12/04/2016 21:10
Date/Time UTC: 12/04/2016 9:10
13:29 (hh:mm) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8915 , 175.4595
Magnitude: 1.2 M
Depth: 21.64 km
Energy Released: 0.001 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

also at same location
ID: 2016p276764 Network: geonet
Status: automatic
Date/Time NZDT: 12/04/2016 21:40
Date/Time UTC: 12/04/2016 9:40
13:59 (hh:mm) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8918 , 175.4686
Magnitude: 0.94 M
Depth: 20.23 km
Energy Released: 0.0004 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

also at same location
ID: 2016p276891 Network: geonet
Status: automatic
Date/Time NZDT: 12/04/2016 22:48
Date/Time UTC: 12/04/2016 10:48
15:07 (hh:mm) after Main shock
Latitude, Longitude: -40.8918 , 175.4686
Magnitude: 1.34 M
Depth: 23.05 km
Energy Released: 0.0015 tonnes of TNT
Location: Wairarapa

page here, last map.

Now to go get todays events and add them in and probably stuff it all up (if there are new duplicates)

Geez we had some torrential rain at 10am this morning, never seen it rain so heavy, our back yard was 2" (50mm) deep in water. Took about an hour to drain half away. Street gutters were overflowing half way across the street. Change of Season.

edit on 0500000013813816 by muzzy because: Just noticed from the example they are not in cronological order, damn. Stuff it for now.




posted on May, 18 2016 @ 03:38 AM
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F-E Region: Near Coast of Ecuador
Time: 2016-05-18 07:57:00.9 UTC
Magnitude: 6.6
Epicenter: 79.79°W 0.45°N
Depth: 10 km
Status: C - confirmed
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 05:41 AM
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a reply to: Olivine

Yes, it is very interesting (the unknown fault capable of producing a mag. 7.0) given the ongoing swarm of minor activity.
This mornings' three quakes are all at 2/3km in depth and on the exact same latitude and longitude - a locked fault ?

2016-05-18 08:23:40.3
2hr 14min ago
45.32 N 121.71 W 3 2.4 MOUNT HOOD AREA, OREGON
2016-05-18 07:40:00.1
2hr 57min ago
45.32 N 121.71 W 3 2.6 MOUNT HOOD AREA, OREGON
2016-05-18 07:38:54.8
2hr 58min ago
45.33 N 121.71 W 3 2.9 MOUNT HOOD AREA, OREGON

(Thanks to EMSC - apologies if linked/copied & pasted wrongly)

The only heartening thing is these three quakes are diminishing in their mag. size rather than increasing i.e. building up to something.....

Mr Madin the geologist admits there is no data for how this unknown fault behaves so my question is at what point can we consider the swarm to be worthy of taking note just in case it lets rip ?

This mornings quakes are also almost identical lat. and longitudes to the actual location of Mt. Hood i.e. right underneath it ....www.volcanodiscovery.com...



edit on 18-5-2016 by slidingdoor because: adjusting depth of quakes



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 12:05 PM
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Another strong magnitude 6+ has hit on the coast of Ecuador.
Mag 6.8 @16:46 UTC

Earlier today: Mag 6.7 @ 07:57 UTC

No tsunami threat because they are relatively deep at 68km and 32 km, respectively, and they are under the land, not the seafloor. NOAA tsunami advisory



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 12:12 PM
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a reply to: AlexanderM
JMA came back with
5.5ML or 5.3Mw
not many aftershocks
south end of Bando

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posted on May, 18 2016 @ 12:16 PM
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a reply to: slidingdoor

I think we should keep an eye on Mt. Hood. Here is some info from the Cascades Volcano Observatory Hot Stuff section. Nothing about a possible magnitude 7 quake, and still thought to be tectonic in origin, not magmatic. This area is not as highly studied with detailed fault mapping as others on the west coast, so who really knows what could be next?

Recent Mount Hood earthquake swarm typical for this Oregon volcano.
May 16, 2016
At Mount Hood, a swarm of small earthquakes was detected May 15-16, 2016. Studies of past swarms have concluded that they likely are occurring on pre-existing regional faults and are best thought of as "tectonic" earthquakes rather than earthquakes directly linked to magmatic processes.
...
This swarm is very typical for Mount Hood because it is located several miles away from the summit vent – it is rare to see swarms occur directly beneath the summit. Swarms are not uncommon in the Mount Hood area, which typically experiences one or two swarms per year that last for several days to weeks. The most energetic swarm recorded to-date occurred in June-July of 2002, which included a magnitude 4.5 that was broadly felt in the Government Camp area. The current swarm is much, much smaller than the 2002 swarm, both in terms of earthquake size and in number. A paper published in 2005 by J. Jones and S.D. Malone studied Mount Hood swarms in great detail; read more in a PNSN 2012 blog.


ETA:
a reply to: ericblair4891
Eric, those shadow photos of Mt. Hood are tremendous. Thanks so much for posting them.


edit on 5/18/2016 by Olivine because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 02:44 PM
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originally posted by: Olivine
Another strong magnitude 6+ has hit on the coast of Ecuador.
Mag 6.8 @16:46 UTC

Earlier today: Mag 6.7 @ 07:57 UTC

No tsunami threat because they are relatively deep at 68km and 32 km, respectively, and they are under the land, not the seafloor. NOAA tsunami advisory


So a 6.7 and then a 6.8 a little bit later. Do you guys think these could be foreshocks for something big?



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 07:15 PM
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a reply to: muzzy
Bando, SW Ibaraki, Honshu, Japan
mag~1= 9
mag1= 9
mag2= 1
mag3= 1
mag4= 1
mag5= 1
total= 22
total energy released= 2,713.814

Bing map of the aftershocks @ 25hrs elapsed time
Some Japan 5's throw out hundreds of aftershocks, others just a few.
edit on 0500000013813816 by muzzy because: Not many, as I said before, but I'll keep an eye on it over the next week.



posted on May, 19 2016 @ 06:31 AM
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earthquake.usgs.gov...


3.0 on the "fault that shall not be named" (don`t want to wake it up...LOL)

I`m keeping my eyes on this one.... too many people around here (in Arkansas) have been having really bad feelings about the NM fault moving soon.



posted on May, 19 2016 @ 09:35 PM
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originally posted by: dragonlover12
earthquake.usgs.gov...


3.0 on the "fault that shall not be named" (don`t want to wake it up...LOL)

I`m keeping my eyes on this one.... too many people around here (in Arkansas) have been having really bad feelings about the NM fault moving soon.


Keeping a close eye on it to.
edit on 19-5-2016 by Onesmartdog because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 19 2016 @ 10:59 PM
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F-E Region: Northern Algeria
Time: 2016-05-16 09:19:04.8 UTC
Magnitude: 4.1
Epicenter: 3.45°E 36.24°N
Depth: 10 km
Status: A - automatic
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...
USGS 4.7 mb

reminded me to check on this area (Spanish data). Looks like its eased off.
AlboranSur 01.01.2016-09.05.2016 Timeline Graph

and this is all they need there, luckily it was quite small
F-E Region: Jordan/Syria Region
Time: 2016-05-16 09:14:32.6 UTC
Magnitude: 3.9 (mb)
Epicenter: 38.26°E 34.57°N
Depth: 10 km
Status: M - manually revised
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...

both probably related to this one, Africa Plate movement
F-E Region: Egypt
Time: 2016-05-16 01:46:01.6 UTC
Magnitude: 5.2 (Mw)
Epicenter: 34.65°E 28.62°N
Depth: 10 km
Status: C - confirmed
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...
edit on 0500000013913916 by muzzy because: yep

quite a few aftershocks of that, according to the Geophsical Institute of Israel
the Egyptians only showing 2 on Athena
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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 02:52 PM
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ULTRA RARE !!!!



M5.9 - Northern Territory, Australia

earthquake.usgs.gov...


Time
2016-05-20 18:14:04 (UTC)
2016-05-20 11:14:04 (UTC-07:00) in your timezone
Times in other timezones
Nearby Places
329.0 km (204.4 mi) E of Warburton, Australia
460.0 km (285.8 mi) WSW of Alice Springs, Australia
1001.0 km (622.0 mi) ENE of Kalgoorlie, Australia
1091.0 km (677.9 mi) NW of Port Augusta West, Australia
1341.0 km (833.3 mi) NW of Adelaide, Australia
edit on 7/30/2012 by dreamfox1 because: (no reason given)


www.youtube.com...

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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 03:09 PM
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Yes indeed.
GeoAu say 6.09Mwp
www.ga.gov.au...
and a 3.8 aftershock
www.ga.gov.au...


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ANSS say there was a 5.8 in 1989 111km (69miles) to the NE
1989/05/28 02:55:19.65, -25.0530, 130.7810, 10.00, 5.80 Mb
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Not that far from Uluru, 127km (79miles)
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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 03:12 PM
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I had to redo the Mt Holdsworth, Wairarapa, NI, NZ page,
it was getting too messy, maps showing the split by the two events, split events by two colours, duplicates, all by icon colour (didn't show duplicates), first 200 on Bing, geez I was getting confused where I was at.
So I redid the whole thing from scratch,
Now we have
44 duplicate lat/long locations
97 stand alone events
One map, showing duplicates on the black popup tags. I kept it simple, just the ID, NZST, UTC, ElapsedTime, Mag, TTNT, Depth.
Three Bings Maps, for those that prefer Bing's style;
One to show the first 200 with black duplicates
One to show the first 200 by Latitude, so that you can actually see the duplicates of the list on the left hand side
One to show the last 21 events, same layout as above, which I can update as necessary.
Timeline graph, updated each day where there has been a change.
Not everyone will be interested in this, but it is only 32km (21miles) from my house, so I need to keep track of it.
Mt. Holdsworth page



posted on May, 20 2016 @ 03:15 PM
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a reply to: dreamfox1

I was thinking the same....

Muzzy...

What is the "Vanuatu" project?



posted on May, 20 2016 @ 03:26 PM
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originally posted by: MamaJ
a reply to: dreamfox1
Muzzy...

What is the "Vanuatu" project?

I started mapping Vanuatu earthquakes, its something I go do when nothing much is happening else where, only covers M5 upwards.
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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 03:38 PM
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further to: muzzy

search results on GeoAu 25 of 33 earthquakes in the database.
Hopefully the link works, its a long one
click on the next button near the bottom for the other 8 events, goes back to 1983

This is the biggest for sure.
There has been a 3.4 aftershock since I posted earlier
www.ga.gov.au...
there was a 3.5 foreshock yesterday, but who would have thought it was?
www.ga.gov.au...

last quake in the area before that was in 2006
well go look yourself on the first link
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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 04:36 PM
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a reply to: muzzy

Ok. I have questions. Some I will try to figure out myself.

Why do they only go back to 1983?

No earthquakes or just no data collected?




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posted on May, 20 2016 @ 04:51 PM
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a reply to: crappiekat

Hi kitty kat, I was wondering the same thing!



posted on May, 20 2016 @ 05:21 PM
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My guess is that there were none in that area prior. The search area is only 200km radius from todays quake.
Australian data in general goes back to 1883
Go to historic quakes from that GeoAu link. www.ga.gov.au...
1988 was a busy year for M6+

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