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Quake Watch 2011

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:39 PM
reply to post by muzzy

Muzzy, would you be able to add cme's into that graph?
It would be interesting to compare those also.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:51 PM
Three 6+ quakes in one day? Is that a record? I am counting the last one as today because it is still today for me. I dont go by USGS time.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 06:58 PM
reply to post by MoorfNZ

1993 was a pretty quiet year, for Mag 7+'s anyway

The "SuperMoon" was on March 8th
Magnitude, Date(y/m/d) Time(hh:mm:ss), Latitude, Longitude, Depth, Location, Source
7.6Mw, 1993/1/15 11:6:5.9, 43.3, 143.691, 102, Hokkaido, Japan, noaa
7.1Mw, 1993/3/6 3:5:49, -10.972, 164.181, 20, South Soloman Trench, usgs
7.0Mw, 1993/5/11 18:26:51.32, 7.219, 126.57, 58, Manay, Mindanao, Philippines, usgs
7.0Mw, 1993/5/24 23:51:28.24, -22.671, -66.543, 221, Jujuy, Argentina, usgs
7.5Mw, 1993/6/8 13:3:36.4, 51.218, 157.829, 71, Kamchatka, Russia, noaa
7.7Mw, 1993/7/12 13:17:11.9, 42.851, 139.197, 17, Sea of Japan, W of Hokkaido, Japan, noaa
8.0Ms, 1993/8/8 8:34:24.9, 12.982, 144.801, 59, Guam, noaa
7.0Mw, 1993/8/9 12:42:48.19, 36.379, 70.868, 214, Badakhstan, Afghanistan, usgs
7.0Mw, 1993/8/10 0:51:53.25, -45.277, 166.927, 28, Secretary Island, Fiordland, New Zealand, usgs
7.3Ms, 1993/9/10 19:12:54.6, 14.717, -92.645, 34, o/s Chiapas, Mexico, noaa
7.0Ms, 1993/10/13 2:6:0, -5.889, 146.02, 25.3, Madang, PNG, anss
7.0Ms, 1993/10/25 10:27:5, -5.909, 145.99, 30.4, Madang, PNG, anss
7.0Mw, 1993/11/13 1:18:4.1, 51.934, 158.647, 34, Kamchatka, Russia, noaa
7.0Mw, 1993/12/29 7:48:14.2, -20.23, 169.789, 33, Vanuatu, usgs

1993 (off World 7's Project)

As Shultz used to say "I see nothing"

6's ...... who knows

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:00 PM
reply to post by zenius

Can you show me a source with data lists incl dates?
and what should I be putting in the graph?, just X-class flares?

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:10 PM
just thought I would promote my thread a bit. I have been actively lurking the fragile earth and space Exp. boards and came up with an idea for all the great info I have been getting most these links are yours just my way of thanking everyone for all the great info I have learned here.

Putermans links to the earth and universe

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:17 PM
Guys...there has been a huge quake somehwere.

Seeing it on GEE...but not on USGS yet. I am afraid it is on the Juan De Fuca. My house quivered right at the same time and my dogs are going ears are popping. I don't like the quakes off the shore earlier.

MAP 4.9 2011/03/06 22:23:15 44.334 -129.473 10.2 OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP 4.8 2011/03/06 21:35:47 44.372 -129.346 10.9 OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP 4.5 2011/03/06 13:46:35 40.455 -125.427 2.6 OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:27 PM
reply to post by muzzy

I don't know much about it, but is this one any help?
Hope you are ok, Muzzy, you don't seem yourself today.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:34 PM
reply to post by westcoast

Can't find anything except a little bump on the glacier peak seismo.
That must have given you quite a scare.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:46 PM
reply to post by zenius

Yup..I have calmed down more now.

Still nothing on USGS...thinking it may be local to Arkansas? Crazy if it is a screen shot of when it started.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 07:46 PM
reply to post by zenius

Na thats too old.
I don't know much more about CME's than I just read in the last half hour

How do you mean, not myself?
Just put our cat down this morning, she had AIDS
, 3 years old, we only had her for 8 months ex SPCA.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 08:07 PM
reply to post by muzzy

Oh, I am so sorry to hear that. How terribly sad. No wonder you are not yourself.

On topic, there must be someone on here that knows the best place to get the data, but if not, oh well.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 08:08 PM
reply to post by westcoast

All the PNSN broadband regional seismos have waves. Feel seasick after looking at them.
Very odd?

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 08:24 PM
reply to post by muzzy

I really wish I had time to find more articles about the moon at the moment. Glad you're looking at it.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 09:03 PM
reply to post by zenius

Thanks, she was a nice cat. She got sick about a 2 months ago, we (and the Vet) thought it was an allergy, and had been going through various diet options, but nothing changed. Blood tests confirmed on Friday.

About the CME's. If I understand correctly what I have read so far there are 3 classes, C,M and X. Its the X class that do the damage to Earths electical equipment. They don't happen often.
I found this off NOAA, they have the last 1/4 Yr data observations, lists how many of each class of flare were observed.

only one X class flare this year?, on the 15th Feb, maybe someone who follows this stuff can confirm this, so we know am on the right track.

edit: its OK, found it myself

yes looks lke that data may be worth running beside the quake and lunar data, there was a mass of 15 & 23 C class flares yesterday and today ...hmmmmm

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 09:16 PM
reply to post by muzzy

My condolences about your cat, losing a friend is always hard.

C,M, and X refer to solar flare X-ray brightness, and yes, X is the largest. However, there are levels within these categories as well as the one in February was a X 2.2.

"A solar flare is an explosion on the Sun that happens when energy stored in twisted magnetic fields (usually above sunspots) is suddenly released. Flares produce a burst of radiation across the electromagnetic spectrum, from radio waves to x-rays and gamma-rays. [more information]

Scientists classify solar flares according to their x-ray brightness in the wavelength range 1 to 8 Angstroms. There are 3 categories: X-class flares are big; they are major events that can trigger planet-wide radio blackouts and long-lasting radiation storms. M-class flares are medium-sized; they can cause brief radio blackouts that affect Earth's polar regions. Minor radiation storms sometimes follow an M-class flare. Compared to X- and M-class events, C-class flares are small with few noticeable consequences here on Earth."

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posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 10:48 PM
Thanks lasertaglover.

I get the categories, just can't find the right data.
Using that list is OK for numbers of flares and categories but it doesn't give breakdowns of category ie is that one [C] on day 3 a C1 or a C8

I'll have to keep fishing around the NOAA site

Meantime heres the revised graph with the number of flares added in, and todays Solomons 6.5/6.6 added too.
Doesn't seem the quantity of flares has any effect on the number or size of earthquakes anyway.

posted on Mar, 6 2011 @ 11:04 PM

"We’ve had 2 major quakes strike since we posted our report on tectonic plate tension – a 6.5 at 84 km in the Sandwich Island regions north of Antarctica and a 6.6 earthquake in the Solomon Islands at a depth of 30.8 km."

"...but I do believe the world will soon experience a major shock event that will be followed by a shadow occurrence- and then the fear will become so palatable that it will vaporize dubious discussions to the contrary."

worldwide readings. visit link for more info

posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 02:19 AM
reply to post by muzzy

No, there doesn't appear to be a correlation. But I believe it was still a worthwhile exercise. It rules out flares as potential concern for earthquake activity. Thank you for doing that Muzzy.

posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 04:05 AM
Muzzy, don't get me started on day vets...they're almost as bad as Ken Ring, methinks. bid/506/articleID/18914/Default.aspx" target="_blank" class="postlink"> 8/i-predicted-the-earthquake-scientists-respond.htm pbell-moon-man-quake-prediction-dispute-ck-87208

I work with this guy (Dr Quigley) and while some may say it is a form of nepotism, I have never observed anything but professional behaviour from this fellow. He is interested in understanding - and spreading the understanding - of active tectonics. He is not a 'cover-up agent' or any such thing as far as I can tell and really, I would trust him implicitly. He certainly ISN'T a Ken Ring-type fellow, and prefers data and facts and real Science to faierie-tale, and isn't unaware of the moon hypothesis. No seismoligist worth their weight is unaware of the contentions of the 'moon crowd'. They just know that the data doesn't stack up.

If there is disagreement to the above, please be specific and I will attempt to follow these up personally.
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Just recently:

http:/ /

Just a 4.3 no cause for alarm.

It's not the alcohol (though that helps but it didn't feel like much at all,even though it was relatively close,but 'deeper' (relatively) than the Feb 22nd qyake (+2x)
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posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 10:44 AM
Magnitude 4.1
Date-Time Monday, March 07, 2011 at 15:59:27 UTC
Monday, March 07, 2011 at 06:59:27 AM at epicenter

Location 44.446°N, 129.049°W
Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
Distances 393 km (244 miles) W (274°) from Yachats, OR
396 km (246 miles) W (269°) from Newport, OR
396 km (246 miles) W (272°) from Waldport, OR
475 km (295 miles) W (277°) from Eugene, OR
518 km (322 miles) W (259°) from Portland, OR

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 15.6 km (9.7 miles); depth fixed by location program
Parameters NST= 26, Nph= 26, Dmin=457.7 km, Rmss=1.04 sec, Gp=205°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=4

Event ID us2011ieay

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