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Quake Watch 2016

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posted on Jun, 6 2016 @ 01:32 PM
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a reply to: muzzy

I read the whole report that was in the link, so the swarms were 2005-2009, there should be all the data for that on Geonet. I will check it out and do a page on it when I get a chance. Swarms are my special interest. I had a Wordpress blog on NZ swarms running for a few years but as I said the Google Maps fiasco of Feb 2015 ruined that.




posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 04:23 AM
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Public ID 2016p427356
Intensity strong
Universal Time June 7 2016, 2:55:23
NZ Standard Time Tue, Jun 7 2016, 2:55:23 pm
Depth 30 km
Magnitude 5.59ML
Location 70 km west of Te Anau
Latitude, Longitude -45.19, 166.91
www.geonet.org.nz...
Intensity Reports
strong 2
moderate 13
light 793
weak 160
Total 968


2nd opinion
F-E Region: Off W. Coast of S. Island, N.Z.
Time: 2016-06-07 02:55:26.3 UTC
Magnitude: 5.4 (Mw)
Epicenter: 166.98°E 45.13°S
Depth: 54 km
Status: C - confirmed
geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...
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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:14 AM
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Quick Post
M 6.2 - 91km SSW of San Patricio, Mexico

DYFI? - I
Time2016-06-07 10:51:42 UTC
Location18.503°N 105.138°W
Depth33.0 km



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 12:13 PM
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a reply to: SeekingDepth

EMSC showingh 6.4

Magnitude Mw 6.4
Region OFF COAST OF JALISCO, MEXICO
Date time 2016-06-07 10:51:37.9 UTC
Location 18.42 N ; 105.21 W
Depth 10 km

EMSC
USGS 6.2
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decent aftershocks

4.6
156km SSW of San Patricio, Mexico
2016-06-07 06:07:05 UTC-05:0010.0 km

5.5
93km SSW of San Patricio, Mexico
2016-06-07 05:58:01 UTC-05:0010.0 km
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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 01:27 PM
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Just confirming

4.0 2016-06-07 12:36:35 136 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.24°, -105.32° 12 km
3.7 2016-06-07 12:24:45 122 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.39°, -105.30° 10 km
5.0 2016-06-07 11:07:05 161 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.33°, -105.76° 16 km
5.5 2016-06-07 10:57:59 127 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.37°, -105.34° 16 km
6.1 2016-06-07 10:51:36 141 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.23°, -105.38° 16 km
www.ssn.unam.mx...



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 01:27 PM
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Just confirming

4.0 2016-06-07 12:36:35 136 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.24°, -105.32° 12 km
3.7 2016-06-07 12:24:45 122 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.39°, -105.30° 10 km
5.0 2016-06-07 11:07:05 161 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.33°, -105.76° 16 km
5.5 2016-06-07 10:57:59 127 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.37°, -105.34° 16 km
6.1 2016-06-07 10:51:36 141 km to SW of CIHUATLAN, JALISCO : 18.23°, -105.38° 16 km
www.ssn.unam.mx...



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 02:22 PM
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Muzzy's a bad boy, he doubled posted. At least put a photo in the duplicate.

Oh, what was I going to discuss. Oh, the end of America. Oh, no. That's a bit much. No, disaster economics always seems to benefit the American economy. No, this is an indication that a gigantic earthquake is coming for America. Honestly, I can't say exactly where? But, let's start with what I do know. I know that Nevada is up to something, I've already stated I think that crust is falling into the mantle and that magma is welling upward. Again today, there's a new swarm location. Maybe Muzzy, you can check the records and see if there's a big one that these are left=overs for. Aftershocks maybe? It's Alamo, Nevada. I know I know that the Alamo is in Texas, so this must be another. Heck, I haven't investigated too deeply, it could be military, and or drilling and or mining.

I think I can state the following with confidence. Nevada is swarming, with swarm earthquakes all along the eastern side of the ( what the heck is this range the Sierras- I better check.) I almost double posted. These newest earthquakes are even more eastward. As was, a new batch yesterday. I've already forgotten where. No, I think it's the Carson Range. The Sierra Nevada range is in California. Makes sense. Anyways, there's lots of mountains there abouts. It's one of them. The crust is expanding due to heating due to something.

The others were in Eureka. Which is an old swarm because I'm sure we've brought up the city before. Like I've said before. I've been watching closely and there's a constant and ongoing pattern. Even Northern Nevada come back to life and none of the other areas have stopped completely. I seen enough tectonic stuff and know they come and go. These resemble liquid and given the example of a new magma chamber in New Zealand, maybe there's a big magma chamber under Nevada. Or, it's the crust idea.

Oh, I didn't mention Mexico. These newest earthquakes are in the same area as some earlier, like awhile ago. I'm out of sinc with Mexico since the change in maps. It's going to take me awhile longer before I'm confident about patterns and amounts. I don't exactly trust the maps and totals (Muzzy did the experiment as well and found a discrepancy) I haven't keep track of daily totals and then checked on the custom settings page. On this map and list it seems like there's about 50 earthquakes per day if you read the three day map. This seems to average.

I'm going to check random days.

Yeah, i check the last seven days and it's about 48 a day. hmm okay then

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posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 02:33 PM
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M6.5 - 127km WNW of Kota Ternate, Indonesia

1.400°N 126.400°E depth=68.0 km (42.3 mi)

Time
2016-06-07 19:15:16 (UTC)
2016-06-07 14:15:16 (UTC-05:00) in your timezone
Times in other timezones

Nearby Places
127.0 km (78.9 mi) WNW of Kota Ternate, Indonesia
129.0 km (80.2 mi) WNW of Ternate, Indonesia
135.0 km (83.9 mi) E of Bitung, Indonesia
166.0 km (103.1 mi) E of Tondano, Indonesia
1105.0 km (686.6 mi) N of Dili, East Timor


USGS
EMSC 6.4



posted on Jun, 7 2016 @ 06:31 PM
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Downgraded to a 6.3 WNW Kota Ternate, Indoneisa 38.3 km (23.8mi)

Also Emsc downgraded to a 6.3,

www.emsc-csem.org...

That plate is really twisting.


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posted on Jun, 8 2016 @ 04:21 AM
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a reply to: ericblair4891
Yeah sorry about that, a rare mistake. My Firefox was playing up the last few days and other programs working slow, in the end I took a Windows update and then had to reload a couple of my clipon portable programs.
Soon going to have to bight the bullet and go to W10 (or not) or pay for it when the time come when you have no choice.



posted on Jun, 8 2016 @ 02:22 PM
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further to: muzzy
one of the issues I was having was Google Earth not working properly, not transfering files over to Dropbox properly.
So if anyone was looking for the map for 05/06/2016UTC Japan on my Japan blog, unfortunately it wasn't showing yesterday on the NZ Topo format, because GE hadn't loaded it to DB.
The first 200 and last 60 showed on Bing Maps, because they were seperate files and DID load to DB.
I just did the transfer for 05/06/2016 again this morning and GE crashed!
I don't know what the problem is, everything had been working fine for months, hadn't had to reboot for ages, until yesterday morning.
Sent them a crash report anyways.
All pretty stable there at the moment, the 3 aftershock hot spots of SW of Kyushu, Kumamoto and Nr Minami-Daitojima Is are still active but small sized shocks, Nr Minami-Daitojima having the most, being the most recent of the big quakes.
I'm not updating those pages every day, maybe every 3 days, the weather has cleared and I have to work during the day. Friday is forecast rain so will do a catch up then.



posted on Jun, 9 2016 @ 12:21 AM
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M6.2 - 284km S of Kute, Indonesia

11.466°S 116.234°E depth=29.9 km (18.6 mi)

Time
2016-06-09 04:13:08 (UTC)
2016-06-08 23:13:08 (UTC-05:00) in your timezone
Times in other timezones

Nearby Places
284.0 km (176.5 mi) S of Kute, Indonesia
305.0 km (189.5 mi) S of Praya, Indonesia
319.0 km (198.2 mi) S of Mataram, Indonesia
324.0 km (201.3 mi) SSE of Kuta, Indonesia
1073.0 km (666.7 mi) WSW of Dili, East Timor


USGS
EMSC 6.2Mw



posted on Jun, 9 2016 @ 02:52 AM
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originally posted by: ericblair4891
Maybe Muzzy, you can check the records and see if there's a big one that these are left=overs for. Aftershocks maybe? It's Alamo, Nevada. I know I know that the Alamo is in Texas, so this must be another. Heck, I haven't investigated too deeply, it could be military, and or drilling and or mining.


Nothing very big within 40km,
but if you go out to 100km the Yucca Flat Nuclear Testing site is only 70km to the West. IMO 70km isn't far in geological terms. Residual damage to the crust from underground testing?
Search results off USGS
Its a wonder the locals aren't glowing in the dark!, look at all those Nuclear explosions. I should have gone further out, there are probably more.
here is the Search page, set your own parameters. earthquake.usgs.gov...
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posted on Jun, 9 2016 @ 11:33 AM
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I looked at that map. You are so funny. They really should glowing. I highly doubt there's low cancer rates in that area. That was sarcasm.

And, this is why it's so hard to figure out Nevada. I've got to rule out several human influences before I can tell what's a real earthquake, and what's human induced. Or at least, human influenced.

(sorry, i'm going to go way off topic to two moments before I get back to Nevada- i don't feel like starting a new thread. The windsor hum. They haven't conclusively figured it out because they are looking at things in a one dimensional fashion. Yes, the main source is Zug Island. But thing they are missing in the studies is to look at the salt mine shafts and the steel factory together. The mine shafts are acting like a trumpet. etc. etc. etc. that's the brief. And I suppose I can claim this is earthquake stuff is that they are using lots of geological tools find the waves.)

Back to the western USA. This is why I like to limit my watching so I can see patterns. It's hard to locate world wide patterns. Right now, Mombotombo and area has shut off like someone hit the lightswitch. Again, proving it was a regional upwelling and not just a single volcano. Even the larger offshore earthquakes have tampered off substantially.

But Mexico, it is still clipping along with lots of earthquakes and some biggish ones around 6m.

But here's the thing. Nevada it stopping. All of the areas are ebbing off except for the new ones around the Nuclear test site near Alamo. The overall pattern for those in western Nevada is very noticeable. Over seven days, there is activity in north but not very much. So, being that it is so quiet, the new ones near the west side of Yellowstone stand out. However, that's still not much. Montana has seemed busier than Yellowstone over the last few months. But finally, I'm getting used to the new seismos and the new page and kinda feel like I can pick out what's local and what's background stuff. I hate the single blue lines. I like the multicoloured graphs. GGRRRR. They were easier to read. When I look now, the noise looks like helicopters or god knows what because i'm not used to them.

That's enough griping. In brief, Nevada is still making my head hurt. For all I know, there's little green men tunneling and my ideas are wrong.



posted on Jun, 9 2016 @ 10:45 PM
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M6.1 - 17km E of Puerto Morazan, Nicaragua

12.841°N 87.013°W depth=10.0 km (6.2 mi)

Time
2016-06-10 03:25:22 (UTC)
2016-06-09 22:25:22 (UTC-05:00) in your timezone
Times in other timezones

Nearby Places
17.0 km (10.6 mi) E of Puerto Morazan, Nicaragua
25.0 km (15.5 mi) NE of El Viejo, Nicaragua
25.0 km (15.5 mi) SSW of Somotillo, Nicaragua
26.0 km (16.2 mi) NNE of Chinandega, Nicaragua
114.0 km (70.8 mi) NW of Managua, Nicaragua


USGS


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posted on Jun, 10 2016 @ 12:03 AM
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Yeah it will do your head in trying to figure out whats causing earthquakes, as well as geological movement there is
Acoustic Noise
Anthropogenic Event
Chemical Explosion
Explosion
Ice Quake
Landslide
Mine Collapse
Mining Explosion
Nuclear Explosion
Quarry Blast
Rockslide
Rock Burst
Snow Avalanche
Sonic Boom
Fracking

All but last from the USGS search page

I just did a search of the Yucca Flat, just for the heck of it.
[36.885, 37.216] Latitude, [-116.277, -115.836] Longitude
The area between the Eleana Range and Half Pint Range
I found;
from 1951 to 2016
earthquakes ~ 26
explosion ~ 7
nuclear explosion from 1951 to 1992 ~ 551
quarry blast ~ 7
rock burst ~ 1
most of the earthquakes were after 1992

That's not counting who knows how many tests were done in the Pacific too.
I did a survey on the French Nuclear tests years ago, in Polynesia, lots of them, but unless the recording system has been dismantled since then there haven't been may residual tremors since they stopped. I d id something on the USSR tests as well. Biggest one was a M7's worth of boom.
Hard to plot these as there are heaps of duplications of lat/long, using the same "holes"
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posted on Jun, 10 2016 @ 03:17 AM
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2.9
24km NNW of Borrego Springs, California
2016-06-10 08:07:11 UTC12.2 km
3.5
22km NNW of Borrego Springs, California
2016-06-10 08:06:22 UTC10.8 km
5.2
21km N of Borrego Springs, California
2016-06-10 08:05:35 UTC12.0 km
5.1
22km NNW of Borrego Springs, California
2016-06-10 08:04:38 UTC-1.4 km



posted on Jun, 10 2016 @ 04:06 AM
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Sixes seem to be coming at a steady pace

Network: GFZ
Status: C
Date/Time UTC: 10/06/2016 4:17
Latitude, Longitude: -8.65, 160.47
Magnitude: 6.0
Depth: 10 km
Energy Released: 15080.2 tonnes of TNT
Location: Solomon Islands

I ran GFZ's 2016 M6's through to Bing Maps
here is the result
2016 GFZ map 6+


For good measure I had a look at IRIS same scope, they have 10 more
2016 IRIS map 6+
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posted on Jun, 10 2016 @ 10:25 AM
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I will add that I live in Santa Monica, CA. Things are always Shaking. I felt the jolt of the 5.2. Just last week crappiekat and I were takking about an earthquake here, she was right. Nice thread to the op!



posted on Jun, 10 2016 @ 11:41 AM
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Over 500 aftershocks following that 5.2

earthquake.usgs.gov...

Thats alot of aftershocks.




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