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Originally posted by Recouper
reply to post by boo1981
Microns per second... that sounds like pretty small movement.
How are you getting on with interpreting that data?
100 to 300 microns/sec- always worth looking into, probably small quake somewhere, but it could be an indicator of a larger quake much further away. Rarely do man made events fall into this category, although some mine blasting can reach here if it is close enough to the station.
Originally posted by Vitchilo
30 whales stranded on Bruny Island
A POD of about 30 pilot whales have become stranded on Bruny Island, south of the Tasmanian state capital Hobart, wildlife authorities say.
Department of Parks and Wildlife spokeswoman Liz Wren told the Hobart Mercury newspaper that 12 of the whales were still alive with people on the beach trying to move them back into the water.
"Preliminary reports indicate around 30 whales have stranded with some believed to be still alive," a statement from the department said.
I would put myself on ``earthquake alert`` if I were in Australia...