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Quake Watch 2011

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posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 12:55 AM
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@Muzzy; do you perhaps have the depths of the quakes your list in this refered map?

Just something like average, max and min depth on each of the four main clusters:
Jackson Bay, Milford, Caswell and then off coast near Chalky?

Another question: Do you know if the SW section is in fact elevating? Looking at the map it might be possible that Fijordland/Mirror lake might be a tearing fault
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posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 01:56 AM
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Earthquake
Country: Japan
State:
Location: Ogigaura
Date: 2011-06-15 : 04:41:05
Magnitude: 5.6
Depth: 15 km

hisz.rsoe.hu...#



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 07:35 AM
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I'm with you Muzzy, I think the 2009 quake is the culprit for the chch quakes. A 30 cm (wasn't it) shift west would have to have been a major movement across the entire plate boundary and create stresses along the fault zones...my 2 cents.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 09:17 AM
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I was wondering if anyone has any information about something that might have caused the ground to move in or near Tampa, Florida on June 15, 2011 at about 4-5pm EST? My daughter and I both felt the ground move about 4 times during that time period. I've tried to find any cause of it but so far I've been unsuccessful. The movement made us both feel nauseous. At first I thought I was having some medical issue that was just making me feel like the ground was moving but then she said that she was feeling it, too. There may have been something else associated with the movement but I'm not sure. There was a nausea-invoking distorted feeling. Electromagnetic? Please let me know if anyone has any ideas or info.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 12:58 PM
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Could you clarify the time please? You said


on June 15, 2011 at about 4-5pm EST


which, assuming a 4 hour difference means that that would be 8pm UTC on the 15th - about 5 hours ahead of the time you posted. Since it is now 7pm BST which is 6pm UTC you should start feeling it in about 2 hours!!


Did you mean am?

Either way I can't see anything that is likely to have affected you around 2000 hrs UTC yesterday or 0800 hrs this morning.



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 01:05 PM
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lol

Sorry it was 4-5pm EST June 14, 2011



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 01:50 PM
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Originally posted by Aromaz
reply to post by muzzy
 


@Muzzy; do you perhaps have the depths of the quakes your list in this refered map?

Just something like average, max and min depth on each of the four main clusters:
Jackson Bay, Milford, Caswell and then off coast near Chalky?

Another question: Do you know if the SW section is in fact elevating? Looking at the map it might be possible that Fijordland/Mirror lake might be a tearing fault
edit on 15/6/2011 by Aromaz because: (no reason given)


Indeed I do, just click on each marker, the information is there.
If you have alook at my Blog NZEarthquakes2009201012011 you can see a graph under each days map showing depths.
I haven't done one for the map I posted as that is off my 30 days NZ events which is created using Google Earth and the files I already had.
Also if you look at the Seismic Cross Sections page ( tab under title) you cansee I have done a "scan" from the top to the bottom of the country showing depths of earthquakes. I did this earlier in the year just for a period of 1 month, but its enough to get a picture of the subduction each side.

The whole West Coast of the South Island is elevating .....thus the Southern Alps mountain chain.
The West Coast (west of the Alps) used to be hundreds of km to the south between the Auckland Islands and Fiordland 45 million years ago and has moved north, past Fiordland to its present location

So the theory goes anyway, based on the rock formations.

This pdf covers all that dl.dropbox.com...
and this one pretty much covers the same theory dl.dropbox.com...

And this one covers the Faults off Fiordland today dl.dropbox.com...



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 02:42 PM
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I haven't had time to fully process the aftershocks from Mondays Christchurch 6.3, and its probably a waste of time right now, I have had 3 different locations of the Main Quake from the Geonet download over the 3 days since, first it was in the Port Hills near Sumner, Tuesday it was in Moncks Bay and today when I downloaded it was half way out to the Chatham Islands

I think the Geonet system is showing signs of stress itself.

I've got 152 aftershocks since the 5.6 (which was a foreshock of the 6.3 depending on which way you look at it)

Heres my map, I used the latest download, but kept the location of the 6.3 at the co ordinates they gave after the upgrade in magnitude on Tuesday.. Moncks Bay location would explain the high liquifaction in the Eastern Suburbs.
I haven't converted the times to NZST or put placenames on yet.

ChCh Aftershock map to 16 June NZST

If the locations are correct this quake does look like it has triggered another seperate Fault, in a NW to SE direction across the top of the Banks Peninsula

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At the weekend I might have a crack at mapping the whole shebang from Sept 2010 Darfield, if the programme can cope with 6500+ markers

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posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 04:01 PM
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Palinspastic reconstruction

This is a screensaver that I have on my computer. It comes from IGNS and is a reconstruction of the tectonic regimes of New Zealand leading up to the present day land mass. It is interesting to watch and helps give (at least to me) an understanding of the stresses and strains we are under.

I have mo work today (building is still closed) so if I have time between a thousand other jobbies I will endeavour to find more information on the tectonic history of New Zealand, as it could be an aid for helping piece together the present happenings.

MoorfNZ, I hope all is well with you and yours.

Muzzy, like your work.




posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 07:22 PM
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6.6 PNG...

Earthquake Details

This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 6.6
Date-Time Thursday, June 16, 2011 at 00:03:36 UTC

Location 5.994°S, 151.095°E
Depth 21.5 km (13.4 miles)
Region NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

seeya



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 07:23 PM
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+ tsunami alert about to be posted???

ptwc.weather.gov...

seeya
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posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 08:18 PM
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Any news on potential tsunami?????????????????????????



posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 08:47 PM
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Muzzy; thank you very much. Today I have to attend LabTech in Bangkok so will not have time to look into details.

Certainly interesting; just scanned quickly;
Probbaly not news, but I did not study other reports yet; only looking at the maps.

ChCh migrating South, increasing speed too. South Island will eventualy fracture - thousands of years - right at ChCh.
SW is pushed up over AU plate; will probbaly migrate slightly N to NW.

More later

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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 12:25 AM
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Thanks aorAki, I just wish I had more free time to do more


I couldn't get that screensaver to open, but that Shape/Deformation Animation is pretty cool, I'd seen that before as a sketch series. Christchurch definitely heading SW in that, and where I live too at Cook Strait.
Looks like the Marlborough Sounds are toast ............ in 40 million years time



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 12:51 AM
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Didn't notice this one yesterday when I looked

Magnitude 5.0 - OFF EAST COAST OF THE SOUTH ISLAND, N.Z.
2011 June 14 18:27:21 UTC
earthquake.usgs.gov...

Umm, if you click on the Google Earth link ( on the Maps page) it shows it is on the Banks Peninsula west of Okains Bay, not off the east coast at all

doh


FWIW Geonet had it 3 bays west, in Port Levy
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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 04:18 AM
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Maybe they can certify it as a Migrating Earthquake



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 08:48 AM
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Just reported: a 3,9 quake in Escoumins Quebec Canada

tvanouvelles.ca...



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 09:03 AM
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Here is an updated list of quakes (Date, Time and Mag) in Eritrea for past 4 days.
SOURCE: Observatoire Géophysique Arta in Djibouti
For more info look at www.oga.dj...
I am still working through the data.

Date & Time Mag.
              (UTC)
2011-06-16   08:30:30 4.5
2011-06-16   03:47:02 4.4
2011-06-16   01:30:15 3.9
2011-06-15   06:15:27 4.1
2011-06-15   04:18:34 3.8
2011-06-15   00:35:11 3.6
2011-06-14   20:51:18 4
2011-06-14   01:29:18 4
2011-06-13   01:42:18 4
2011-06-12   22:08:28 3.8
2011-06-12   21:41:55 4.9
2011-06-12   21:37:11 5
2011-06-12   21:31:08 4.6
2011-06-12   21:03:21 5.8
2011-06-12   20:58:16 4.6
2011-06-12   20:46:16 4.8
2011-06-12   20:32:37 6
2011-06-12   20:18:16 4.8
2011-06-12   20:15:33 4.5
2011-06-12   20:02:58 4.5
2011-06-12   19:31:17 4.6
2011-06-12   18:53:48 4.6
2011-06-12   18:01:20 4.9
2011-06-12   17:37:38 4.8
2011-06-12   17:18:06 5
2011-06-12   17:10:33 4.3
2011-06-12   17:09:09 4.1
2011-06-12   17:06:05 4.1
2011-06-12   17:04:06 4.1
2011-06-12   16:59:58 4.4
2011-06-12   16:58:34 4.1
2011-06-12   16:56:18 4.4
2011-06-12   16:50:58 4.5
2011-06-12   16:47:44 4.1
2011-06-12   16:44:38 4.4
2011-06-12   16:38:04 3.7
2011-06-12   16:33:08 4.3
2011-06-12   16:27:48 4.1
2011-06-12   16:24:42 4.9
2011-06-12   16:22:10 4.3
2011-06-12   16:12:01 5.1
2011-06-12   16:09:27 4.3
2011-06-12   15:45:26 3.6
2011-06-12   15:44:06 3.2
2011-06-12   15:37:02 5.3

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posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 09:10 AM
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PDF Package for Mag 6.6 in New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea now available.

usc00048pr.zip

View web version of page here



posted on Jun, 16 2011 @ 09:14 AM
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And double doh muzzy!!


www.abovetopsecret.com...



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