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Quake Watch 2010

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posted on Nov, 3 2010 @ 10:27 PM
reply to post by innervision0730

I still like reading his posts and I learn alot from him regardless of his pevious post (as well as the others).

posted on Nov, 3 2010 @ 10:40 PM
reply to post by Anmarie96

I replied on that too, and a minute late - gone! I said that you, Anmarie, Puterman, Berkleygal, TA, Muzzy & Moorfnz & of course Oz with other weather issues were the only people I listen to on these subjects, and fragile earth forum NEEDS to be modded better, or give us a forum where you guys can discuss (and I can read, because i'm not anywhere near your intelligence on eq's & volcanology to reply ;p) But i look to you all as the voices of reason in this forum

My other question is, what do you all think is going on in Alaska? I look at my usgs iPhone app all the time, and the last 12 updates have been from the Andreanof Islands - with the 5.1 being the biggest. Do you guys think something bigger might hit? Hopefully not!

posted on Nov, 3 2010 @ 11:08 PM
reply to post by bkaust

First off - innervision - TA - IMHO - was not making fun or being rude. IMHO he was trying to get a point across. Over the top - maybe - it was good wasn't it? - Maybe a Thread is needed to explain the concept? Except that topic wouldn't be in the fragile earth.

Alaska - hmmm - think my original reply in Yellowstone yesterday - the first reply to that whole situation that sent fragile earth into a frenzy - volcano - - Also, it is very good when Alaska shake - it's when it doesn't I worry. We Had quiet a few shakes today on the lower end of the plate - just vibrating on the upper end today -

Bigger one? - Hell - you don't even want to ask me on that at the moment - (side note to you folks in Indonesia - move inland and away from a volcano). idk

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 12:10 AM
Was there any recent quakes an hour ago or so? I felt some rumbling here in Indiana while laying on the couch. It could be something else. Thought I'd ask in case.

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 05:51 AM
reply to post by innervision0730

I would say the answer to that was no, nothing. Your post is timed at 06:10 on my system and we are on UTC so gere is the list of the preceding 3 hours.

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2010-11-04T03:04:17.000Z,61.16910,-150.72190,2.5000,31.6000,Southern Alaska
2010-11-04T03:40:55.000Z,37.20080,-122.12200,1.1000,11.6000,Northern California
2010-11-04T03:41:01.000Z,32.67080,-115.94100,1.6000,8.9000,Southern California
2010-11-04T03:52:00.500Z,40.42000,26.01000,2.4000,10.0000,WESTERN TURKEY
2010-11-04T03:58:09.000Z,50.89880,-176.36320,2.9000,53.1000,Andreanof Islands
2010-11-04T04:01:53.000Z,42.48000,13.32000,2.1000,12.0000,CENTRAL ITALY
2010-11-04T04:12:46.000Z,33.48680,-116.80700,1.1000,12.6000,Southern California
2010-11-04T04:18:10.100Z,36.15000,22.02000,2.0000,5.0000,SOUTHERN GREECE
2010-11-04T04:22:27.000Z,36.34000,-117.07280,1.3000,7.0000,Central California
2010-11-04T04:42:56.000Z,35.80520,-118.04720,2.2000,10.4000,Central California
2010-11-04T04:45:55.279Z,-39.49693,175.69116,2.1850,12.0000,Waiouru Military Camp
2010-11-04T05:10:20.300Z,36.71000,-2.67000,3.6000,8.0000,STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR
2010-11-04T05:13:30.220Z,-39.17131,175.86842,3.2510,74.2660,Hautu Village
2010-11-04T05:36:47.426Z,-43.51009,172.44855,2.1110,7.4413,McLeans Island
2010-11-04T05:39:43.000Z,-3.53230,100.33830,4.7000,35.1000,Kepulauan Mentawai region. Indonesia
2010-11-04T05:41:56.000Z,67.20000,-16.75000,3.8000,16.0000,ICELAND REGION
2010-11-04T05:53:19.000Z,33.51500,-116.71900,1.6000,13.3000,Southern California

I can't say that there is anything there that would have affected Indiana.

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 06:18 AM
reply to post by Anmarie96

In the two seconds this thread of TA's existed in the ATSosphere I missed it.

Was this something to do with moon quakes? They do have them you know. Actually quite an interesting subject and whilst not exactly Fragile EARTH some would say it is as the moon was born of the Earth (I am not sure about that one!)

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 06:35 AM
The quake on the 3rd of November in the Tyrhennian sea has been upgraded to a 5.1 by the EMSC. Sorry no links.

As an aside the co-ordinates of this quake are not too far from Marsili (undersea volcano) - depending which site I check anything between 20 and 45 miles - could someone put me out of my misery please and find a definitive distance on this one?

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 07:01 AM

Originally posted by slidingdoor
The quake on the 3rd of November in the Tyrhennian sea has been upgraded to a 5.1 by the EMSC. Sorry no links.

As an aside the co-ordinates of this quake are not too far from Marsili (undersea volcano) - depending which site I check anything between 20 and 45 miles - could someone put me out of my misery please and find a definitive distance on this one?

81+ miles and 72+ miles from Campi Flegri

Oh, and a link for you
edit on 4/11/2010 by PuterMan because: to add link

edit on 4/11/2010 by PuterMan because: Digital Dyslexia rools KO

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 07:28 AM
Many thanks Puterman. That was the page I'd seen just didn't know how to link it ! Doh !

Could that quake be considered significantly close enough to disturb Marsili? I ask as previous articles about the volcano mention how fragile the walls are.....

Perhaps I should take this over to volcano watch even .....

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 07:37 AM
reply to post by slidingdoor

Yes I think it should get a mention in Volcano Watch. 80 miles is not a huge amount and according to the experts the walls of that volcano are weak as you stated.

The seamount is about 3,000 meters (9,800 feet) tall; its peak and crater are about 450 meters below the sea surface. Though it has not erupted in recorded history, volcanologists believe that Marsili is a relatively fragile-walled structure, made of low-density and unstable rocks[1], fed by the underlying shallow magma chamber.


Giving it a good shake is probably not the best that could happen!
edit on 4/11/2010 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 07:48 AM
Yawn - Good Morning - something to go with the coffee

Magnitude 5.6
Date-Time Thursday, November 04, 2010 at 12:29:31 UTC
Thursday, November 04, 2010 at 09:29:31 AM at epicenter

Location 12.836°N, 44.875°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Distances 1200 km (746 miles) NE (42°) from CAYENNE, French Guiana
1375 km (854 miles) NE (55°) from PARAMARIBO, Suriname

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 16.4 km (10.2 miles); depth fixed by location program
Parameters NST=284, Nph=284, Dmin=>999 km, Rmss=0.88 sec, Gp= 32°,
M-type="moment" magnitude from initial P wave (tsuboi method) (Mi/Mwp), Version=8
Source U.S. Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center:
World Data Center for Seismology, Denver

Event ID usb0000ah0

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 10:24 AM
reply to post by PuterMan

Ok thanks
I figured it was just my imagination. It was real small but caught me off guard.

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 11:26 AM
So I'm feeling another build-up....just looking at the lists and where its at. Anyone else feel a big one is on the way today?

It's shaking all across the globe this morning...

Link to USGS map

I can't help but remember/feel that we are SOOOO over-due here along the West Coast, especially up in the PNW and we haven't had even a moderate release in a long time. I'm getting a little edgy.

Edit to add: Okay,so after writing that I decided to look closer to home. The normal recorders I look at for the PNW volcanos have not been updated for two days. But I had noticed that the two still working for Baker a few days ago looked a bit weird. I pulled up some other stations,and this is what I found. What the??? Puterman or anyone else that can maybe take a better look at this: LINK to Mount Baker live seismo

Here is the original map I took it from: MAP

The one I pulled it from was MBKE...a strong motion sensor. The station next to it for the Shuksan range has been down for awhile too.
edit on 4-11-2010 by westcoast because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 11:53 AM
reply to post by westcoast

Well the first part of that looks like the famous 'pipecleaners' and the second looks like a long continuous interference. Ski lift?

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 12:06 PM
I'm not so sure,because it has no regular pattern and doesn't show up like that on other days. Here is another station several miles from it.

Also, we have had incredible weather here yesterday and today. 70 degrees and clear blue skies. Maybe melt-off???

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 12:44 PM
66 Preliminary Events 1.45ML to 4.218ML yesterday ( 3rd Nov UTC) in New Zealand

Theres been more and more each day, 47 the day before and 52 the day prior to that.

Usually its about 25-35 per 24 hr period.
They are all over the place, some are Darfield aftershocks still and that 4.151 at Wanganui Basin, W of Bulls the other day has had half a dozen aftershocks too

Either Geonet are finding them quicker and listing them or ....................

I won't post the whole list here
, but heres the links to the lists
3rd UTC
2nd UTC
1st UTC


Interesting that all those 3's , bar one, bunched up north from Mt. Taranaki to Havre Trough were prior to the Tonga 6.0 quake at 2010/11/03 23:34:45
Notice in the lists the locations with the words "Volcanic Plateau", "Volcanic Centre", "Dome", and "Thermal Centre" etc in the location place name and in the South Island the number of "Mt." 's.
OK there are a lot of mountains in the South Island and a lot of Volcano's in the North Island, and it just could be coincidence that the nearest reference point to the epicentre of the quake is a mountain or a volcano but ...................... perhaps they are all rising in height.

I know that a few years ago the Tararua mountains behind where I live raised up 25mm or something like that due to earthquake activity on the other ( East) side.
I wonder where you could get up to date GPS data on such stuff?
edit on 4-11-2010 by muzzy because: (no reason given)

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 01:11 PM
Im growing concerned because there seems to be a pattern showing up. Every 12 hours a quake is picked up on all the seismographs around the world. It has been continuing for quite a few days now. Im not so much concerned with where they started. I am concerned that they are happening every 12 hours and if you watch they appear on many of the graphs, like pulses. It happens at 00 and 12. This latest one has been less than the others, and was not picked up in China. But the fact that it happened is concerning.

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 02:17 PM
reply to post by westcoast

OK, the first one I was not too concerned about, but what is the second!! It looks like a strong earth tide effect - which of course it might be. The 'noise' could be wind.

I am going to see if i cab grab some sound from that area.

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 02:21 PM
reply to post by PuterMan

Thank you!! It has grabbed me as very odd. I can tell you, that second seismo may as well be in my backyard...literally whithin miles of my home. Not a hint of wind today...or yesterday. Eerily beauiful weather.

I really don't know what it is. The rivers aren't running all that high and I haven't noticed that kind of reading before...???

posted on Nov, 4 2010 @ 02:44 PM

Geographic coordinates: 32.868N, 116.018W
Magnitude: 4.6 Ml
Depth: 2 km
Universal Time (UTC): 4 Nov 2010 19:39:59
Time near the Epicenter: 4 Nov 2010 12:39:59
Local standard time in your area: 4 Nov 2010 14:39:59

Location with respect to nearby cities:
14 km (9 miles) N (352 degrees) of Ocotillo, CA
32 km (20 miles) NNE (30 degrees) of Jacumba Hot Springs, CA
32 km (20 miles) SSE (161 degrees) of Ocotillo Wells, CA
44 km (27 miles) WNW (282 degrees) of El Centro, CA
101 km (63 miles) ENE (68 degrees) of Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

event ID : CI 10832573

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