Originally posted by Roald
Now where did the Magnitude 6.0 at MAULE go?
Gone from the map.
The answer to that is that it was deleted as it is now residing at the top of my deleted quakes list.
One of these in the list of quakes deleted from Chile is old but 2 are from this current episode.
Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,No Of Rept Stns,Depth(Km),Location
03/03/2010 17:44:34,-35.7500,-72.5300,6.00,7,33.00,Maule. Chile
27/02/2010 17:33:50,-36.0675,-72.0852,4.90,19,35.00,Maule. Chile
10/06/2009 23:13:24,-41.6520,-84.0550,6.10,10,20.00,West Chile Rise
Actually perhaps a bit of explanation as to how i get that list is needed.
My QuakeData program automatically downloads from USGS once a day (and more often if I wish). The file I download is the 7 day file. The program looks
at each quake in the file based on the EQ identifier. If it has been revised (i.e. the parameters are different to the original, it moves the old one
to the revisions table and replaces it with the new data.
IDs not found are added and then it looks at all the IDs for the datafile compared to the incoming (for the date spread of the incoming) and if it
does not find one it assumes it to have been deleted and it is moved to the deleted quakes table.
Nothing ever actually gets deleted and thus I can tell what they have been up to, including the 50%+ of deletions from Yellowstone Park against the
average of 4 to 6 % for everywhere else that I noted in the Yellowstone thread quite some time ago.
Addendum: I think the Bio Bio one at the same time got upgraded. I thought it was strange that they were only 6 hundredths of a second apart.
Latest first in this revisions list.
2010tjbk us 8 03/03/2010 17:44 -36.4522 -73.0685 6.00
2010tjbk us 6 03/03/2010 17:44 -36.4975 -73.1839 5.90
2010tjbk us 7 03/03/2010 17:44 -36.4975 -73.1839 5.90
[edit on 3/3/2010 by PuterMan]