Over FIFTY earthquakes in the last several hours in Alaska and still counting

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posted on Jul, 10 2006 @ 10:34 PM
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Originally posted by Fringefellow

Originally posted by Fringefellow
Wow……….. This is out of place. Map 4.5 2006/07/06 23:26:58 65.287-160.734 5.1NORTHERN ALASKA

And on another note:



Just for fun compare these to a few days from now when we are into a full
moon.

55°N, 180°W

37°N, 120°W

60°N, 150°W

47°N, 125°W






They are starting to pick up again now that we are getting that full moon action.



And Wow! 32°N, 115°W






Big difference now that we have the full moon. It is amazing how it seems to bring on the seismic activity!




posted on Jul, 11 2006 @ 09:45 PM
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Originally posted by Fringefellow

Originally posted by Fringefellow

Originally posted by Fringefellow
4.5 2006/07/06 23:26:58 65.287-160.734 5.1NORTHERN ALASKA

Northern Alaska

Not a lot of history for earthquakes.

History of Quakes




[edit on 7/6/2006 by Fringefellow]


Another Northern Alaska Quake. Unusual??

4.4 2006/07/08 09:05:26 65.807-169.641 10.0 33 km ( 20 mi) W of Diomede, AK
4.5 2006/07/06 23:26:58 65.287-160.734 5.1 44 km ( 28 mi) NNE of Koyuk, AK
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Not much of a history for this region as well. 65.807 -169.641



Man............. This is turning into something up there in this Norhtern Alaska location. This is very unusual indeed.

Today's :

5.1 2006/07/10 15:30:29 65.906 -169.647 10.0 37 km ( 23 mi) WNW of Diomede, AK

They are all at the same depth.

Need to check to see if I can find a little something more out about this area. This is not like the other areas. No little quakes and tremors in between. Each one of them are a real KABOOM!!



Hey! Another at the same longitude and latitude:

10-JUL-2006 15:30:29 65.91 -169.65 5.1 10.0 EASTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA



posted on Jul, 11 2006 @ 09:46 PM
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I wonder why this last one is considered Russia? The previous ones were considered Alaska?



posted on Jul, 12 2006 @ 05:55 PM
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Fringefellow - I was looking up some information about the san andreas fault and came across an article about a man who used to work for the USGS:
Jim Berkland

I thought you would be interested in it since you mentioned the moon several time in your posts.

Here's his direct site:
www.syzygyjob.com...



posted on Jul, 14 2006 @ 01:01 AM
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Thanks Dearwife..../

Good stuff



posted on Jul, 14 2006 @ 11:12 AM
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I can't bring up my usual earthquake page; it won't load this morning.

But there are 402 earthquakes on the California map today (7-day), which is about 100 over the usual USGS display, 100 LESS than a "normal maximum."

It appears to me, after watching these charts for several years, that the Pacific Coast shelf is vibrating, serving as a fulcrum for larger quakes alternating between Asia and Peru.

But of course, I could be totally wrong about this.



posted on Jul, 14 2006 @ 11:19 AM
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Originally posted by joshai2334

It appears to me, after watching these charts for several years, that the Pacific Coast shelf is vibrating, serving as a fulcrum for larger quakes alternating between Asia and Peru.




VERY interesting speculation.

What are the implications if it's true?



posted on Jul, 22 2006 @ 01:05 PM
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Watching recent activity both for the Pacific North West and BC’s Gorda Plate, and Northern California’s Explorer Plate, it seemed as though there would be a squeeze on the Juan de Fuca Plate that may result in a large quake for this area offshore of the coastal Washington State region. Perhaps this recent 5.0 offshore Northern California was what I was expecting,and perhaps enough to relieve some stress. Not sure if it might not be an indicator of something larger yet to come for the Juan de Fuca.
Just an observation with two cents worth of thought.


Offshore BC Canada’s Juan de Fuca’s Northern Gorda Plate


2006/07/21 11:11:39 49.58N 127.25W 26.9 0.6ML 83 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/21 09:38:10 49.66N 127.58W 31.2 1.0ML 106 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/21 04:34:00 49.62N 127.25W 24.3 0.4ML 83 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/19 11:18:08 49.50N 129.14W 10.0* 3.4Mw 181 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/18 20:46:43 50.67N 127.72W 23.5 0.9ML 21 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/14 03:02:56 49.50N 127.16W 29.5 1.6ML 79 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/12 10:41:14 49.47N 127.25W 36.9 0.6ML 86 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/11 03:21:22 49.82N 126.83W 8.5 0.3ML 54 km NW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/10 17:36:11 49.90N 127.77W 22.3 1.0ML 92 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/10 09:18:46 50.21N 127.77W 22.8 0.3ML 59 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/10 01:08:30 50.50N 125.99W 1.0* 0.6ML 71 km NW of Campbell R.,BC
2006/07/09 23:00:24 49.98N 127.92W 15.9 0.8ML 88 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/09 06:41:18 50.87N 129.30W 21.1 0.7ML 134 km NW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/07/08 23:01:16 48.48N 125.37W 31.4 0.9ML 53 km SE of Ucluelet,BC
2006/07/08 21:32:38 49.46N 127.23W 30.5 0.9ML 85 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/07 00:33:03 49.38N 127.33W 39.7 1.0ML 94 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/07/06 00:28:00 48.39N 125.25W 29.3 2.0ML 66 km SE of Ucluelet,BC
2006/07/06 00:27:59 48.34N 125.27W 28.9 2.0ML 71 km SE of Ucluelet,BC
2006/07/05 10:46:15 51.25N 130.45W 10.0* 3.5ML 189 km SW of Bella Bella,BC
2006/07/04 12:18:17 48.69N 125.98W 29.5 1.2ML 42 km SW of Ucluelet,BC
2006/07/01 21:57:13 47.52N 128.94W 10.0* 3.7Mw 288 km SW of Tofino,BC
2006/06/28 15:15:18 52.90N 132.28W 20.0* 1.7ML 50 km SW of Sandspit,BC
2006/06/28 01:08:54 48.51N 128.82W 10.0* 4.0Mw 224 km SW of Tofino,BC
2006/06/27 23:21:42 48.55N 128.78W 10.0* 4.0Mw 220 km SW of Tofino,BC
2006/06/27 19:01:29 51.15N 130.91W 10.0* 1.9MLSn 222 km SW of Bella Bella,BC
2006/06/26 17:55:16 50.63N 127.55W 4.6 0.6ML 12 km SW of Pt. Hardy,BC
2006/06/25 21:00:19 51.48N 130.71W 10.0* 2.7ML 193 km SW of Bella Bella,BC
2006/06/23 09:03:36 51.48N 130.83W 10.0* 1.7ML 201 km SW of Bella Bella,BC
2006/06/23 07:59:56 51.51N 130.66W 10.0* 1.6ML 189 km SW of Bella Bella,BC
2006/06/23 05:57:27 49.57N 127.24W 20.4 1.6ML 83 km SW of Gold R.,BC
2006/06/23 03:56:41 49.60N 127.21W 20.7 0.5ML 80 km SW of Gold R.,BC




Off Shore Northern California:


3.4 2006/07/20 08:29:58 40.274-124.391 22.2OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
5.0 2006/07/19 11:41:44 40.281-124.426 20.8OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
2.8 2006/06/29 02:54:17 40.997-124.498 23.1OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
3.0 2006/06/28 08:14:22 40.369-125.198 5.0OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
2.5 2006/06/27 18:00:14 40.689-124.621 9.9OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
3.2 2006/06/25 17:21:20 40.600-125.647 2.6OFF THE COAST OF NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
3.3 2006/06/21 23:23:22 40.340-124.661 24.8OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
3.0 2006/06/21 17:12:12 40.341-124.688 19.8OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA



posted on Jul, 27 2006 @ 07:08 PM
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Local Time – Magnitude - Region
02:20 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 2.44 ML in the central region of Alaska
02:11 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.85 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
01:32 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 2.25 ML beneath the Gulf of Alaska
01:09 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.53 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
12:36 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.33 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
12:30 PM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.90 ML in the central region of Alaska
09:55 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.77 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
08:42 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.26 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
08:33 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 2.29 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
07:27 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.60 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
06:31 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.96 ML in the Prince William Sound region of Alaska
05:49 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.00 ML in the central region of Alaska
05:25 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 1.95 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
05:18 AM AKDT Thursday July 27th, 2006 - 4.89 ML in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska
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We had a 4.89 this morning and it made me remember this thread. The epicenter was 4.5 miles from the bed in which I soundly slept through it. My wife woke up. She tells me that a very loud "bang" woke her. One of our cats woke me up earlier in the morning freaked out about something. It was not normal behavior for this particular cat. A 4.89 is to weak to cause any damage. No one is even talking about it here. Just another in the endless string of Alaska quakes.



posted on Jul, 31 2006 @ 02:15 PM
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When I look at this image it is interesting that all of these quakes shown here (July 31st) are directly above the location that the top of the Juan de Fuca and bottom of the North American Plates meet under the Cascade Mountain Range.


Perhaps the stress build up for the Juan de Fuca is not where I might expect it. Perhaps all of the stress is being relieved under the Cascade region. Perhaps that is where a larger quake might be expected rather than offshore.


[edit on 7/31/2006 by Fringefellow]



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 08:43 PM
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I check the USGS map every day, the area I study mostly would happen to be Alaska, I agree that there is some weird activity happening, as I only see quakes on the bottom half of Alaska, atleast thats all that I see on the maps.



posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 08:48 PM
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Originally posted by misterbananas
reply to post by darkelf
 


I check the USGS map every day, the area I study mostly would happen to be Alaska, I agree that there is some weird activity happening, as I only see quakes on the bottom half of Alaska, atleast thats all that I see on the maps.


You do realize that all the post before yours were from 2006 right?
edit on 21-4-2011 by infojunkie2 because: (no reason given)





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