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4.0 Date-Time Thursday, April 07, 2011 at 23:11:09 UTC Thursday, April 07, 2011 at 06:11:09 PM at epicenter Location 35.215°N, 92.391°W Depth 2.6 km (1.6 miles) (poorly constrained) Region ARKANSAS Distances 2 km (1 miles) S (188°) from Greenbrier, AR
They've changed the location and move it to the north of Greenbrier. How wet is the soil? I know it rained there recently. Is the watertable high?
Originally posted by Robin Marks
Let me start by saying the I am a writer first. Which means I am unable to post cool graphics. The best I can do is give you links. I hope the folks from QuakeWatch and Yellowstone follow me here and give me a hand.
I am warning the people of the Mississipii River Valley that a big one may be near. Earthquake activity in Arkansas is gone past the realm of curiousity and is now a real concern. I'll just start with some links to show you the history of quakes in the area over the last year. I've been talking about this on the QuakeWatch thread so I will be directing you there for more research.
As I write, the quakes are ongoing and there seems to be no end to the lastest flurry. In my next post I'll provide links. I must now go look at the new quakes and try to examine them.
Please take this seriously. I am. I've been focused on Arkansas over the last few months and this is not a knee-jerk reaction. I wouldn't be sticking this out there if I thought I was just being an alarmist without a clause.
It's real. Have a look for yourself.
Here's the current webicorder.
Here's the list of posted quakes. There's lots of little ones not yet posted.