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Quake Watch 2017

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posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 01:02 AM
Where on earth do they get these location names from?, Tabiauan, Philippines? its not even on the maps USGS provide on the page
I had to google it
surely distances from General Santos or Davao would have been more appropriate

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posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 09:37 AM
a reply to: muzzy

USGS has it as a 7.3 now.
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posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 10:32 AM

i think they may all be too high, its just coming on LISS now, doesn't look anything like a 7

I didn't notice the depth, over 600 km, that would explain why it didn't look like a 7 on the LISS graphs.

posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 10:34 AM
F-E Region: Solomon Islands

Time: 2017-01-10 15:27:19.4 UTC
Magnitude: 6.2 Mw
Epicenter: 160.98°E 10.15°S
Depth: 64 km
Status: C - confirmed

posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 12:38 PM
In an effort to futureproof my blogs from the Dropbox Public folder dropout in Septemeber 2017 I have re written a few of the significant event series pages using the new more complicated Icon and KMZ file addresses. It involves replacing the icon addresses for 10s of thousands of lines of data on each Excel file, then building a new KMZ file and saving that in a new (non public) folder in Dropbox, then re writing the text link on the blog page.
This is insane that we have to do this.

So far I have done;
Culverden-Cook 7.8 of 13/11/2016
Northern Ibaraki 6.3 of 28/12/2016
East of Fukushima 7.4 of 22/11/2016
Eastern Tottori 6.6 of 21/10/2016

On those I have also taken out the Google Earth gadget because it seems to stall the loading of the page it is on, especially with 10,000 icons to load on top of the 2 x NZTopo maps.
Instead if you click on the small graph thumbnail it will open the file in Google Earth itself.
I think anyone who is really interested will install the Google Earth app on their computer, you can even get one for your smartphone now, although that version doesn't have the side list of what is in the file.

Updated Earthquake Comparison Table

Now onto Kumamoto
, thats a monster!, it will probably take me all day. Drizzly weather here.
Then Norcia, another complicated one.

* some new links on my signature line

posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 11:03 PM
Public ID 2017p027063
Intensity severe
Universal Time January 11 2017, 0:19:22
NZ Daylight Time Wed, Jan 11 2017, 1:19:22 pm
Depth 11 km
Magnitude 5.1
Location 15 km east of Seddon
Latitude, Longitude -41.69, 174.25
Agency WEL(GNS_Primary)
5167 felt reports

didn't feel it, was driving back from the town center

posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 12:49 AM
a reply to: muzzy

Keep up the good work!!

posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 11:43 AM

originally posted by: muzzy
a reply to: ericblair4891

Yeah seen those
Waiting for the new topic to come up on ATS again "OMG the Cascadia is going to go"

Did you mean those 5s on reykjanes ridge on the 2nd?

Yes. I was talking about some in the Atlantic. There's been no more since. I think.

There is lots and lots of rain in California. I don't want to say it. So, let's just say I'm thinking it. Things are cycles. When I was a kid, I remember the precipitation cycle diagrams. That crazy Nullschool map has me thinking in circles. The application map is so handy for visualizing the storms and wind, and pressure. If you cross reference with other maps and such you can see the cycles of storms and the spinning. The spin is the driving force.

Right now, the Pacific spins and it's aim is directly lining up to hit the west coast with a fury. I'm wondering if there's more to come in the season. If there is a high pressure system locked somewhere, it could make the "Pineapple Express" a real conveyor-belt of wet weather. If the drought is broken thoroughly, and the subsurface is full of water, and the aquifers begin to recharge, this will apply lots of pressure and lubricant. I'm not predicting. I'm just trying to apply the physics.

We've provided here, many examples of weather and storms going hand in hand.

Just saying. Rather, just thinking out loud. What I am really thinking about is Joseph Campbell. Let's speak truth here. George Lucus borrowed every idea for Star Wars from Joseph Campbell. Joseph Campbell studied myth. And the one thing about myth is that is cyclical.

Damn, the youtube link thing won't work right, because i think there's two = signs...

Here's Joseph Campbell... youtube link
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posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 12:15 PM
update to update to: muzzy
more action on Chatham Rise/Bennett Knoll
mag, UTC, Lat, Long, Depthkm
3.28, 10/01/2017 04:56:00, -41.84341, 177.55716, 33.00
2.79, 10/01/2017 05:23:59, -40.73324, 177.22712, 37.81
4.07, 11/01/2017 14:49:40, -41.70184, 177.07815, 94.06
2.43, 11/01/2017 15:15:40, -40.51991, 177.22454, 24.69

OK it is over 4 days so far , but it is still a "swarm" as the area is not normally so active
2 x 4's now, so there is no clearly defined main shock (between the 4.16 and the 4.07), except perhaps the time and distance apart.
Depends where this goes from here
I'm going to make a file/page for it

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posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 10:27 PM
update on: muzzy
been revised to 5.07
was actually 5.13 yesterday

no big deal, stays at 5.1 on the MSM

the difference is in the energy released
was 755.9766 versus 609.4082TTNT now
146.57 difference
that on its own is worth a 4.65, which is a decent one (if it was on land and shallow)

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posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 10:52 PM
Just when I was saying the other day that Inchbonnie series had gone quiet, it blows on the south side of the Taramakau River (opposite side from the previous 105 there)

Public ID 2017p029455
Intensity strong
Universal Time January 11 2017, 21:34:03
NZ Daylight Time Thu, Jan 12 2017, 10:34:03 am
Depth 5 km
Magnitude 4.3
Location 20 km north-east of Arthur's Pass
Latitude, Longitude -42.79, 171.68

The 4.3 set off 3 aftershocks same location
UTC, Lat, Long, Mag
11/01/2017 21:41:04 ,-42.81434, 171.68415, 2.66
11/01/2017 23:16:10 ,-42.81784, 171.68977, 2.58
11/01/2017 23:21:46 ,-42.8243, 171.68224, 2.31

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posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 06:53 PM
Pretty quiet out there?
Have updated Norcia Italy page
9000 odd new aftershocks in the last 34 days. None very big.
Took out the Google Earth gadgets and have split the series into 3 maps now.
This will become one of the bigger recorded aftershock series along the lines of Mexicali and Kumamoto, it has only been going 2.5 months and already 27,653 events.

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posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 07:03 PM
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posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 08:03 PM
Hi Muzzy,
I just had to log in specifically to thank you for your amazing dedication and contributions to our EQ Awareness.
Your threads are something that I actually look for when I lurk ATS.
Not because I want a major event to happen, but I trust that if the earth shakes... Muzzy and the many quality contributors here will provide the facts.

On behalf of all of us lurkers (and we are legion!),
Thank you all.


posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 08:25 PM
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posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 08:33 PM
Tik...... I have no idea what that means, but I laughed out loud.

posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 10:37 PM
a reply to: Aftrmidnyt

Here here from a countryman of Mr muzz.
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posted on Jan, 15 2017 @ 10:40 PM
a reply to: hiddenNZ

Hey muzz,I live on the awhitu peninsula in Auckland. I've been told its just a big sand dune,what would happen in a big shake here,liquefaction possibly? Also I'm 1km from the Tasman,but at around 2-3 km above seal level,would it take a massive tsunami to do damage. Just thought I'd ask. Cheers man

posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 12:15 AM
a reply to: hiddenNZ

Yeah liquefaction would be an issue if you were lower down near sea level.
I'm always amazed that Auckland doesn't feel those Kermadec area quakes, must be too far away.
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posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 12:16 AM
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