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Originally posted by PuterMan
reply to post by JustMike
They will both be in this which I was just came on to post
QVS 2010 Large Earthquakes KMZ for Google Earth
This is all USGS 6.0 earthquakes and upwards for 2010. (The 2011 file has been started. Thanks Argentina!!)
About this Wyoming quake getting deleted. I noticed this sort of thing a couple of years back and at that time (June[ish] 2008) we saw this happening suspiciously often in certain US regions, namely Wyoming, NE Utah and also parts of Nevada if I recall. Anyway we started getting screen shots of any quakes that popped up as "new" in those regions and hence we soon had proof of some that simply vanished. There are a couple of examples posted in a thread here on ATS.
The only way to keep track of how active the "deletion or delay" game is now, is to get screen shots of as much data as possible for quakes in known "delete/delay" areas. This means shots of the maps and also screen shots of the data page, including the quake's unique ID number. Then they can be posted here if the quakes get deleted, and also posted when some pop up awfully late. (Like, days late!) Have to be quick, though. I've seen a quake pop up in yellow and then drop off the map less than two hours later because it was seven days since it (supposedly) appeared.