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Quake Watch 2010

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posted on Nov, 15 2010 @ 10:00 PM
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Thanks - found it - it just confused me for a minute - oh - never mind




posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:42 AM
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Originally posted by PuterMan
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Yemen Seismological Centre in Arabic - Correction, you can select English
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I recall that site from a few years back, there was a pretty major swarm actaully in the Afar area, on land.
But since I've never been able to find it again, all the links from EMSC come back "not available".
I tried your link and got there, but everything I hovered over onthe page came back with the message

"An error has occurred in this dialog.

Error: 1
document.all is undefined"



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:46 AM
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Originally posted by ressiv
wat would be the source of the high geo activity?

edit on 15-11-2010 by ressiv because: (no reason given)


The crust is spreading apart.
Read back a few pages my friend



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 12:53 AM
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2 more since you posted that, whats the score now ..................... 45

MAP 5.0 2010/11/16 02:07:04 12.466 44.259 11.0 NEAR THE COAST OF YEMEN
MAP 4.8 2010/11/16 02:05:21 11.989 43.932 8.6 NEAR THE COAST OF DJIBOUTI

I bet theres more on EMSC, but I find it hard to copy and paste their lists.



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 02:11 AM
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Have any of you noticed that the largest plate under the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) seems to be very active and may even be rotating?

Also interesting to learn that there are an increase in undersea volcanoes.

To have a look at an Current Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Plot, look unisys



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 03:58 AM
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Originally posted by Roald
Have any of you noticed that the largest plate under the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) seems to be very active and may even be rotating?

Also interesting to learn that there are an increase in undersea volcanoes.

To have a look at an Current Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Plot, look unisys


Around which 'pole' is it rotating?
Is there just one 'pole' about which it is rotating?
These are serious questions.



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 05:03 AM
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We had another earlier - a mag 4.0 - certainly felt in this household (was quite close to us!).


Universal Time November 16 2010 at 8:21
NZ Daylight Time Tuesday, November 16 2010 at 9:21 pm
Latitude, Longitude 43.60°S, 172.09°E
Focal Depth 7 km
Richter magnitude 4.0
Region Canterbury
Location

* 10 km south of Darfield
* 20 km south-east of Coalgate
* 40 km north-east of Ashburton
* 40 km west of Christchurch



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 10:31 AM
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Magnitude 3.9
Date-Time Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 15:51:08 UTC
Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 07:51:08 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 46.561°N, 122.435°W
Depth 14.7 km (9.1 miles) set by location program
Region WASHINGTON
Distances 5 km (3 miles) NE (47°) from Mossyrock, WA
12 km (7 miles) W (272°) from Morton, WA
29 km (18 miles) SW (219°) from Elbe, WA
61 km (38 miles) NE (40°) from Longview, WA
76 km (47 miles) S (179°) from Tacoma, WA
104 km (65 miles) N (7°) from Vancouver, WA

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 0.7 km (0.4 miles); depth fixed by location program
Parameters NST= 94, Nph= 95, Dmin=10 km, Rmss=0.39 sec, Gp= 29°,
M-type=duration magnitude (Md), Version=1
Source Pacific Northwest Seismograph Network

Event ID uw11161551



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 10:39 AM
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Hey guys, I'd appreciate some feed back on this:

Something About the Long Valley Caldera - Harmonic Tremors?

Take a looksee at this datamap listing of earthquakes for Long Valley:

1.9 2010/11/16 06:06:29 37.408N 118.567W 13.2 3 km ( 2 mi) ESE of Round Valley, CA
2.3 2010/11/16 05:32:43 37.408N 118.564W 13.7 3 km ( 2 mi) ESE of Round Valley, CA
1.3 2010/11/15 21:13:18 38.672N 119.598W 5.1 17 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.6 2010/11/15 20:09:45 38.668N 119.597W 6.7 17 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.5 2010/11/15 08:21:31 38.674N 119.592W 7.0 18 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.1 2010/11/15 07:53:51 38.658N 119.621W 2.3 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.6 2010/11/15 07:40:32 38.659N 119.622W 1.9 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.5 2010/11/15 05:12:12 38.660N 119.606W 10.6 17 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.5 2010/11/15 04:24:51 38.663N 119.606W 9.8 17 km (10 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.7 2010/11/15 03:43:43 38.660N 119.606W 11.1 17 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.1 2010/11/15 02:59:34 38.657N 119.636W 0.6 14 km ( 9 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.8 2010/11/15 02:38:25 38.673N 119.595W 5.1 18 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.5 2010/11/15 02:36:11 38.652N 119.624W 0.0 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.9 2010/11/15 02:35:27 38.657N 119.615W 0.2 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.7 2010/11/15 02:23:03 38.652N 119.625W 0.0 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.0 2010/11/15 00:54:01 38.662N 119.646W 8.3 13 km ( 8 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.3 2010/11/15 00:50:01 38.671N 119.595W 7.0 18 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
3.2 2010/11/15 00:43:35 38.659N 119.632W 0.2 15 km ( 9 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
3.5 2010/11/15 00:41:15 38.660N 119.624W 3.2 15 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.4 2010/11/14 23:58:33 38.654N 119.621W 0.2 16 km (10 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA

1.7 2010/11/14 23:13:06 37.313N 119.383W 33.4 15 km ( 9 mi) NE of North Fork, CA
1.3 2010/11/14 10:10:40 37.482N 118.948W 13.0 17 km (11 mi) S of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.1 2010/11/13 23:57:08 37.473N 118.944W 12.2 19 km (12 mi) S of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.4 2010/11/13 15:04:08 38.632N 119.555W 8.0 22 km (14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.4 2010/11/13 02:46:53 38.652N 119.607W 8.0 17 km (11 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.2 2010/11/13 01:37:02 38.651N 119.653W 1.4 13 km ( 8 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.3 2010/11/12 23:45:32 38.672N 119.582W 8.0 19 km (12 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.3 2010/11/12 23:44:14 38.671N 119.633W 4.0 14 km ( 9 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
3.2 2010/11/12 23:32:04 38.659N 119.628W 0.3 15 km ( 9 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.3 2010/11/12 16:46:19 38.659N 119.626W 0.5 15 km ( 9 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA

1.4 2010/11/12 09:03:30 37.502N 119.015W 17.5 15 km (10 mi) SSW of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.2 2010/11/12 08:12:32 37.611N 119.389W 18.1 22 km (14 mi) SE of Yosemite Valley, CA
1.7 2010/11/12 05:07:58 37.677N 119.439W 27.7 14 km ( 9 mi) ESE of Yosemite Valley, CA
1.1 2010/11/12 03:23:12 37.450N 118.695W 10.1 9 km ( 6 mi) WNW of Round Valley, CA
1.4 2010/11/12 03:12:59 37.486N 118.951W 13.3 17 km (11 mi) S of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.4 2010/11/12 01:08:15 38.678N 119.595W 0.0 18 km (11 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.2 2010/11/11 08:37:15 37.423N 118.534W 12.9 6 km ( 4 mi) E of Round Valley, CA
1.0 2010/11/11 00:45:16 37.630N 119.334W 12.6 25 km (15 mi) ESE of Yosemite Valley, CA
1.4 2010/11/10 23:14:15 37.629N 119.033W 2.1 5 km ( 3 mi) W of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.2 2010/11/10 21:46:39 37.626N 119.030W 2.1 5 km ( 3 mi) WSW of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.0 2010/11/10 14:33:30 37.402N 118.683W 12.4 8 km ( 5 mi) W of Round Valley, CA
1.1 2010/11/10 11:55:37 37.477N 118.837W 5.9 17 km (10 mi) SW of Toms Place, CA
2.0 2010/11/09 07:58:42 37.546N 118.836W 2.1 14 km ( 9 mi) W of Toms Place, CA
1.0 2010/11/01 19:40:48 37.480 -118.843 7.3 17 km ( 11 mi) WSW of Toms Place, CA
2.6 2010/11/01 19:33:10 37.483 -118.844 9.3 17 km ( 11 mi) WSW of Toms Place, CA
1.3 2010/11/01 18:17:21 37.566 -118.772 9.0 8 km ( 5 mi) W of Toms Place, CA
1.0 2010/11/01 02:47:20 37.540 -118.894 3.3 13 km ( 8 mi) SE of Mammoth Lakes, CA
2.5 2010/10/31 19:24:51 36.278 -119.670 0.7 4 km ( 3 mi) SW of Home Garden, CA
2.4 2010/11/01 14:42:56 38.645 -119.552 7.5 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.2 2010/10/31 11:49:14 38.632 -119.555 16.0 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.1 2010/10/31 11:15:52 38.653 -119.530 0.0 24 km ( 15 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.7 2010/10/31 08:06:38 38.643 -119.577 0.0 20 km ( 12 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.0 2010/10/31 06:34:19 38.632 -119.555 16.0 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.0 2010/10/31 06:09:54 38.644 -119.538 7.0 23 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.7 2010/10/31 03:07:09 38.632 -119.555 4.0 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.1 2010/10/31 03:04:56 38.672 -119.556 0.0 21 km ( 13 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
1.0 2010/10/31 02:53:53 38.632 -119.555 16.0 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.6 2010/10/31 02:18:06 38.644 -119.579 9.3 20 km ( 12 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
2.9 2010/10/31 01:57:35 38.638 -119.591 11.0 19 km ( 12 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.2 2010/10/31 01:33:51 38.633 -119.529 12.0 24 km ( 15 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.1 2010/10/31 01:26:43 38.653 -119.530 0.0 24 km ( 15 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.5 2010/10/31 01:24:59 38.648 -119.551 1.0 22 km ( 14 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.6 2010/10/31 01:23:11 38.653 -119.530 8.0 24 km ( 15 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
2.9 2010/10/31 01:15:11 38.640 -119.567 8.7 21 km ( 13 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA
1.1 2010/10/31 01:07:41 38.653 -119.530 2.0 24 km ( 15 mi) E of Markleeville, CA
4.3 2010/10/31 01:02:06 38.644 -119.571 7.5 20 km ( 13 mi) ESE of Markleeville, CA

1.3 2010/10/30 21:28:50 37.541 -118.835 6.9 14 km ( 9 mi) W of Toms Place, CA
1.3 2010/10/30 16:12:31 37.548 -118.884 5.8 13 km ( 8 mi) SE of Mammoth Lakes, CA
2.0 2010/10/30 06:56:58 37.492 -118.844 9.5 16 km ( 10 mi) WSW of Toms Place, CA
3.2 2010/10/30 06:00:21 37.491 -118.844 9.7 16 km ( 10 mi) WSW of Toms Place, CA
1.2 2010/10/28 21:19:10 37.624 -119.010 2.9 3 km ( 2 mi) WSW of Mammoth Lakes, CA
1.2 2010/10/26 20:45:59 37.410 -118.450 9.6 5 km ( 3 mi) N of West Bishop, CA
1.2 2010/10/26 18:10:47 37.410 -118.454 8.9 5 km ( 3 mi) N of West Bishop, CA


Well? more info here:

Something About the Long Valley Caldera - Harmonic Tremors?

Thanks!



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 11:27 AM
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Not my area of knowledge, but I did notice that the Geysers were playing up this last week as well.
earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 01:19 PM
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Magnitude 5.3
Date-Time Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 18:44:39 UTC
Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 11:44:39 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones

Location 2.982°S, 68.126°E
Depth 13.3 km (8.3 miles)
Region CARLSBERG RIDGE
Distances 610 km (380 miles) WSW of Hithadhoo, Maldives
675 km (420 miles) NW of Diego Garcia, Chagos Archipelago
990 km (620 miles) SW of MALE, Maldives
1695 km (1060 miles) SW of COLOMBO, Sri Lanka

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 18.1 km (11.2 miles); depth +/- 1.3 km (0.8 miles)
Parameters NST= 98, Nph=100, Dmin=685.7 km, Rmss=1.79 sec, Gp= 40°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=9
Source USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)


Event ID usc0000bm1


My computer is giving me problems - would someone screen shot this earthquake.usgs.gov...
edit on 16-11-2010 by Anmarie96 because: (no reason given)



posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 09:39 PM
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Originally posted by Roald
Have any of you noticed that the largest plate under the Pacific Ocean (the Pacific Plate) seems to be very active and may even be rotating?

Also interesting to learn that there are an increase in undersea volcanoes.

To have a look at an Current Sea Surface Temperature Anomaly Plot, look unisys



It indeed looks like it is twisting/rotating, and now, that pressure is affecting the Arabian plate! Just LOOK at the 3 mini-swarms of quakes --- at the tip of each corner of the Arabian plate! It's amazing to see!!

IMO, I have a feeling, we'll be seeing scientific papers on this years activity with increased plate movement per year---more movement than other years in the past.

Africa is next. It's already showing some small quakes.. nothing worth reporting though.

BTW: This type of energy and movement we're seeing on the Arabian Plate is exactly what destroyed Alexandria in Egypt. (With a Tsunami after the quake too). I sure hope we don't see an 8.0 pop off in the Med.....



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 06:22 AM
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Originally posted by Pharyax
I sure hope we don't see an 8.0 pop off in the Med.....


Somewhere I said 7.5 to 8 in Greece during Jan/Feb.

I must look up the post.



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 07:42 AM
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Can someone please decipher this bump? I still don't know how to read these things;



I couldn't find it on geoscience but that's because they are so slow at updating their info.

Is it a quake or those damn miners?



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 05:49 PM
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This at CTAO (Almost the same thing)


OK the first one is the 5.1 at Santa Cruz islands

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2010-11-17T13:39:24.000Z,-12.16660,165.90610,5.1000,40.0000,Santa Cruz Islands

Here it is at CTAO in the phase data
CTAO eP 13:43:59.07 0.3 20.4 245 b:2.0+2 2.0 5.1 CTAO

The second is this one I think:

Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
2010-11-17T15:53:30.000Z,-7.93130,129.44240,5.9000,13.6000,Kepulauan Babar. Indonesia

Here it is arriving in the phase data
CTAO eP 15:58:06.49 0.5 20.3 128 b:2.4+2 .90 5.5 CTAO

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For MBWA that you showed:
KEPULAUAN BABAR, INDONESIA
MBWA ePn 15:57:13.76 -3.6 16.1 215 b:4.3+2 1.2 5.5 MBWA

SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MBWA eP 13:47:35.63 -0.8 45.0 252 b:1.7+1 .95 4.9 MBWA

Note there is very little difference between the times for the Indonesian one but a much bigger difference for the Santa Cruz one. Without looking at these two stations on the map I would guess that MBWA is slightly to the north of and considerably to the west of CTAO.

Edit: Well my guess was nearly right. MBWA is slightly south of CTAO but MWBA was closer to the quake epicentre. 1798 Km against 2239.
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posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 07:52 PM
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Where the heck is TA -

?????

5.0 2010/11/18 01:31:51 -15.807 -74.812 23.9 NEAR THE COAST OF SOUTHERN PERU
5.1 2010/11/17 19:38:01 -15.658 -74.967 23.4 NEAR THE COAST OF SOUTHERN PERU
5.1 2010/11/17 19:36:35 -15.618 -74.911 43.8 NEAR THE COAST OF SOUTHERN PERU



posted on Nov, 17 2010 @ 08:55 PM
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After a day of rest, Aden is starting up again

4.7 2010/11/18 02:25:52 12.009 43.979 14.4 NEAR THE COAST OF YEMEN
4.9 2010/11/18 01:56:55 12.182 44.078 11.3 NEAR THE COAST OF YEMEN

4.9 2010/11/16 15:51:27 12.080 44.023 10.0 NEAR THE COAST OF YEMEN



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 05:03 AM
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Ok, thanks. they just seeme like big bumps for events that happened so far away. It's amazing really. The instruments must be very sensitive?
So in order to figure that out, did you just check for quakes that coincided with those times? Are there instances where quakes of that magnitude don't show up at such distances and would that be due to their relation to a particular plate?



posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 05:33 AM
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What I usually do is look for what I perceive to be the start of the quake which is usually just before the big squiggle and then go to my list of quakes and find one that happened of a large enough magnitude just before that time. Once I have identified on then I look at the station name and go and find that in the phase data. That will confirm the start point on the heli. I don't usually pick a station, but I might if I am not sure. This usually only happens when there is a bigger one which rings all the recorders and you can then track it back.

With a big one it is not always easy to determine fro the LISS display exactly which one is closest.

You can also corroborate by looking at the Theoretical P-Wave Travel Times to get a visual fix on the sort of time the P wave should have arrived.

Take for instance the 5.1 @ Banda Sea this morning 5:05 UTC (Actually that is the EMSC mag. USGS have it a s a 4.9)



Not so easy to spot the start of this one. You can see your other ones still on it. The text on the image is from the USGS Phase data

Edit:

Are there instances where quakes of that magnitude don't show up at such distances and would that be due to their relation to a particular plate?


If you take the 5.1/4.9 Banda Sea that showed much smaller than the 5.1 Santa Cruz Islands even though there was not a huge difference in energy. Santa Cruz Islands are on the Oz plate but the Banda Sea has another plate junction between it and Oz so yes I guess that is probably the reason - along with the intervening geology.


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posted on Nov, 18 2010 @ 06:14 AM
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Now I have to learn how to understand phase data?
Too much to learn, not enough hours in the day!



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