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Quake Watch 2012

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posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 05:43 AM
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4.7 earthquake, 190km E of Miyako, Japan. Sep 29 20:11 at epicenter (depth 23km)

2012-09-29 10:11:15 UTC
2012-09-29 20:11:15 UTC+10:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 06:11:15 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
39.716°N 144.172°E depth=22.6km (14.0mi)

Nearby Cities
190km (118mi) E of Miyako, Japan
192km (119mi) E of Yamada, Japan
199km (124mi) ENE of Otsuchi, Japan
203km (126mi) ENE of Kamaishi, Japan
596km (370mi) NE of Tokyo, Japan




posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 06:34 AM
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4.5 earthquake, 105km SSW of Semisopochnoi Island, Alaska. Sep 29 23:00 at epicenter depth 35km

2012-09-29 11:00:18 UTC
2012-09-29 23:00:18 UTC+12:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 07:00:18 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
51.051°N 179.145°E depth=35.2km (21.9mi)

Nearby Cities
105km (65mi) SSW of Semisopochnoi Island, Alaska
1418km (881mi) E of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
1434km (891mi) E of Vilyuchinsk, Russia
1436km (892mi) E of Yelizovo, Russia
2987km (1856mi) W of Whitehorse, Canada



posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 06:45 AM
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5.3 earthquake, 209km SSW of Mohean, India. Sep 29 17:24 at epicenter ( depth 28km)

2012-09-29 11:24:33 UTC
2012-09-29 17:24:33 UTC+06:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 07:24:33 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
6.137°N 92.821°E depth=28.2km (17.5mi)

Nearby Cities
209km (130mi) SSW of Mohean, India
278km (173mi) W of Sabang, Indonesia
284km (176mi) WNW of Banda Aceh, Indonesia
357km (222mi) WNW of Sigli, Indonesia
1037km (644mi) WNW of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia



posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 02:38 PM
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M4.8 - 11km SW of Kawaguchi, Japan 2012-09-29 17:37:40 UTC

Earthquake location 35.013°N, 140.026°E
Depth: 57.2km (35.5mi)
Event Time

2012-09-29 17:37:40 UTC
2012-09-30 02:37:40 UTC+09:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 18:37:40 UTC+01:00 system time

Location

35.013°N 140.026°E depth=57.2km (35.6mi)
Nearby Cities

11km (7mi) SW of Kawaguchi, Japan
14km (9mi) ENE of Tateyama, Japan
28km (17mi) WSW of Katsuura, Japan
36km (22mi) SSE of Kimitsu, Japan
80km (50mi) SSE of Tokyo, Japan

Japan, another one.... something brewing?



posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 03:31 PM
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I don't think so but of course one never knows. Here is the last 7 days from JMA which looks fairly quiet. Perhaps that is
?


Prov,Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
jma,2012-09-29 17:37:00, 35.000, 139.900, 3.7, 80.0, Chiba-Ken Nambu
jma,2012-09-29 10:49:00, 35.000, 140.000, 3.6, 70.0, Chiba-Ken Nanto-Oki
jma,2012-09-29 07:34:00, 35.600, 141.100, 3.8, 30.0, Chiba-Ken Toho-Oki
jma,2012-09-28 10:10:00, 39.100, 142.500, 3.9, 30.0, Iwate-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-28 05:46:00, 36.800, 140.700, 4.1, 10.0, Ibaraki-Ken Hokubu
jma,2012-09-27 17:38:00, 38.400, 142.200, 4.4, 40.0, Miyagi-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-26 00:08:00, 36.600, 140.600, 3.7, 10.0, Ibaraki-Ken Hokubu
jma,2012-09-25 14:22:00, 36.300, 142.400, 4.5, 10.0, Kanto Toho-Oki
jma,2012-09-25 06:48:00, 37.600, 141.800, 3.7, 40.0, Fukushima-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-25 02:55:00, 36.700, 141.200, 4.2, 40.0, Ibaraki-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-24 20:16:00, 38.600, 141.900, 3.7, 50.0, Miyagi-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-24 16:12:00, 36.200, 139.900, 3.5, 50.0, Ibaraki-Ken Nambu
jma,2012-09-24 08:03:00, 39.900, 142.200, 3.9, 50.0, Iwate-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-24 04:11:00, 33.600, 135.200, 3.9, 40.0, Wakayama-Ken Nampo-Oki
jma,2012-09-24 01:53:00, 38.900, 141.900, 3.7, 50.0, Miyagi-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-23 23:33:00, 38.900, 142.400, 3.5, 30.0, Miyagi-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-23 22:39:00, 41.500, 142.000, 3.9, 70.0, Aomori-Ken Toho-Oki
jma,2012-09-22 18:24:00, 38.600, 142.000, 4.2, 40.0, Miyagi-Ken Oki
jma,2012-09-22 06:22:00, 36.700, 140.600, 3.8, 10.0, Ibaraki-Ken Hokubu




Note that the 4.8 according to USGS is 3.7 ML according to JMA. 3.7 ML is ~ 4.4 Mw. USGS are saying 4.8 mb which is ~5.2 Mw so something is wrong there. They have 18 stations registering the eP wave but JMA are calculating on 36. I know which I would go for!

BTW, NOT by way of complaint but for your own benefit and our ease of use earthquakes are supposed to be enclosed in the ex tags and the source should be given. We don't mind but it is a matter of the T & C and proper accreditation. If you are not sure about the ex tags look at the PDF file on BB codes (New to posting) in my signature.


edit on 29/9/2012 by PuterMan because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 03:52 PM
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4.8 earthquake, 223km NE of Palue, Indonesia. Sep 30 00:25 at epicenter (depth 587km

2012-09-29 16:25:41 UTC
2012-09-30 00:25:41 UTC+08:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 12:25:41 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
7.055°S 124.158°E depth=587.3km (364.9mi)

Nearby Cities
223km (139mi) NE of Palue, Indonesia
228km (142mi) NW of Dili, East Timor
240km (149mi) NNW of Atambua, Indonesia
246km (153mi) SE of Baubau, Indonesia
266km (165mi) N of Kefamenanu, Indonesia


4.7 earthquake, 59km NNE of Visokoi Island,. Sep 29 14:13 at epicenter (depth 82km)

2012-09-29 16:13:30 UTC
2012-09-29 14:13:30 UTC-02:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 12:13:30 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
56.192°S 26.913°W depth=82.3km (51.2mi)

Nearby Cities
59km (37mi) NNE of Visokoi Island,
2580km (1603mi) ESE of Ushuaia, Argentina
2780km (1727mi) ESE of Rio Gallegos, Argentina
2794km (1736mi) SE of Puerto Deseado, Argentina
2072km (1287mi) ESE of Stanley, Falkland Islands


5.4 earthquake, 39km E of Tarata, Peru. Sep 29 12:48 at epicenter (depth 126km

2012-09-29 17:48:57 UTC
2012-09-29 12:48:57 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
2012-09-29 13:48:57 UTC-04:00 system time
Location
17.480°S 69.660°W depth=126.0km (78.3mi)

Nearby Cities
39km (24mi) E of Tarata, Peru
85km (53mi) NE of Tacna, Peru
129km (80mi) NNE of Arica, Chile
139km (86mi) ESE of Moquegua, Peru
193km (120mi) SW of La Paz, Bolivia
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posted on Sep, 29 2012 @ 09:47 PM
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All the Japan quakes below 5 or 6 are normal
... it was even more quiet than normally



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 12:26 AM
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USGS: 3.4 magnitude quake shakes area near Dallas, Texas; no injuries or damages reported.

DALLAS (AP) -- The U.S. Geological Survey says a minor earthquake measuring a preliminary 3.4 magnitude has rattled an area west of Dallas, Texas.

The survey's earthquake center in Golden, Colo., says the quake lasting several seconds began at 11:05 p.m. CDT Saturday and was centered about 2 miles north of Irving in Texas.

hosted.ap.org...
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posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 01:32 AM
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japan 28-30 sept (37 hours) interactive map, preliminary data from NIED

looks pretty normal to me
mag1= 234
mag2= 103
mag3= 15
mag4= 2

if its just 3+ yer looking at, still pretty normal
japan 28-30 sept 3+ (37 hours) interactive map, preliminary data from NIED



ETA;
3+ list as follows from NIED, I didn't have much luck with the where (locations) as most are offshore
interesting how those that match timewise are different magnitudes to the official JMA data Puterman posted above, his data must be "reviewed" already

WHEN, LAT, LONG, DEPTH, MAG, WHERE
30/09/2012 01:39:28, 39.332, 143.6649, 35, 3.1, ,
29/09/2012 17:37:41, 36.9388, 141.4407, 46.4, 3.0, ,
29/09/2012 07:34:44, 38.9746, 142.4034, 26.4, 4.7, ,
29/09/2012 03:58:46, 38.205, 142.0206, 38.8, 3.5, ,
29/09/2012 14:46:28, 34.9933, 139.9448, 74.4, 4.2, , Chiba Prefecture, Minamiboso, Chikuracho Uda
29/09/2012 10:49:12, 36.3902, 140.9737, 36.4, 3.4, ,
29/09/2012 21:41:22, 42.0472, 139.9633, 185.1, 3.0, , Oiwake-Soran Line, Hanaiso, Otobe, Nishi District, Hokkaido Prefecture
29/09/2012 17:07:14, 29.5345, 131.5786, 25, 3.7, ,
29/09/2012 09:31:10, 34.9901, 139.9436, 72.2, 3.7, , Chiba Prefecture, Minamiboso, Chikuracho Uda,
29/09/2012 10:09:50, 38.5459, 141.7327, 51.3, 3.2, ,
28/09/2012 22:45:28, 38.3299, 142.1461, 28.5, 3.4, ,
28/09/2012 21:30:22, 35.57, 141.0656, 35.5, 3.8, ,
30/09/2012 03:00:55, 39.4648, 142.6309, 25.1, 3.8, ,
30/09/2012 01:54:50, 33.4254, 132.6641, 41.8, 3.0, , Ehime Prefecture, Ozu, Hijikawacho Otani, 1985
29/09/2012 16:43:57, 36.9485, 141.121, 53.6, 3.2, ,
29/09/2012 00:11:46, 38.835, 142.4652, 27.8, 3.2, ,
28/09/2012 15:37:25, 40.0803, 142.2344, 43, 3.0, ,




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posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 03:46 AM
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Any predictions on when the Virgin Isles are going to explode?



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 04:24 AM
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well looks like ya spoke to soon texas just had a few eq in the wee hours of the morning lol



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 10:09 AM
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I had to check to make sure there were two earthquakes. It seems like all the news in the region covered the story. Dallas, Texas eh? It couldn't have anything to do with the oil industry, could it?

Ah, how refreshing to have things back to normal and I can watch the pidder-patter of little feet across America's heartland. For me, it's more about normalcy. I was missing the frackquakes.

In case anyone misses the tone- I am being sarcastic.

www.wfaa.com...

The two quakes are about five minutes apart and the epicenters may be 15 km apart. So, it appears to be one movement along one fault.


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posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 10:17 AM
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I woke to this last night listening to c2c. Pretty small but is it common in texas? Is it a precursor to an even bigger one? Everything is just movin and shakin.



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 11:42 AM
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Magnitude 7.4 - Colombia


Location in Google Maps
  • Date-Time: Sunday, September 30, 2012 @ 16:31:36 UTC
  • Earthquake location: 2.045°N, 76.571°W,
  • Earthquake depth: 140.2 km
  • Distances:
    20km (12mi) E of La Vega, Colombia
    44km (27mi) ESE of El Bordo, Colombia
    48km (29mi) S of Popayan, Colombia
    50km (31mi) E of Patia, Colombia
    326km (202mi) NE of Quito, Ecuador
  • Event ID: pt12274000

Derived from Event Data Source: USGS
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posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 11:53 AM
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Originally posted by PuterMan

Magnitude 7.4 - Colombia




Yikes.
I have a Colombian friend visiting here in Europe at the moment, I bet she is going to worry for her family.
If anyone finds info on whether that one did damage or casualties, it would be nice if you put up links!
Always appreciating the info hounds here on ATS!!



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 12:15 PM
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If you look on the firehose you will find I started a topic. About third down is a link to earthquake-reports.com.

You will get damage and personal reports on that site as they come in.

Save you the trouble

earthquake-report.com...


Update 16:38 UTC : This earthquake, which is not extremely dangerous if the preliminary data are correct (depth +150 km), will be felt ina very wide radius of hundreds of km. We do not have yet official data.
Update 16:46 UTC : Please omit the depth of Geofon in the listings. 10 km in in many cases reported as a “we do not know it yet” depth. Both USGS and EMSC are reporting a very weakening 168 and 140 km depth. This depth is normal as this is clearly a subduction earthquake generated by a moving Nazca plate who did hang below the continental South American Plate.
Update 16:49 UTC : A tsunami is NOT possible because of the epicenter who is located below land (far inland)
Update 16:54 UTC : First incoming reports are talking about a weak to very weak shaking, which is exactly what we did expect. In some cases a moderate shaking may be experienced, but we are quiet sure that this earthquake will not generate serious damage or injuries.
Important Update 16:57 UTC : USGS has just decreased the Magnitude from M7.4 to M7.1 at a depth of 150 km. These are very good numbers which confirm the incoming intensity (shaking) values
Update 17:01 UTC :
* 2 million people are expected to have felt a moderate shaking
* 14.5 million people a light shaking and 10 million people a weak shaking. These 3 shaking values are normally NOT generating any damage. Small cracks in walls and falling objects are often experienced though.
Update 17:08 UTC : Most important cities near the epicenter and their (probable) experienced shaking values
Moderate MMI V shaking : San Agustin 9000 people, Isnos 5000, Saladoblanco 1000, Pitalito 53000, Palestina 2000 and Elias 1000



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posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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Thanks!



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 12:36 PM
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My friends!

You may have noticed I have been MIA... I am no longer in Berkeley! I am now residing in Phoenix AZ! Moved here a week ago and just got my internet up and wow!

Two 6 pointers in Alaska and Mexico and now this big one in Columbia!

Well it's hot here, supposed to get to 102 tomorrow but will cool down soon. I am having a great time :-)

Love you all and I missed ATS SO much!

I am going to the pool now :-)



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 02:50 PM
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jma has 2 earthquakes listed
02:01 JST 01 Oct 2012 01:32 JST 01 Oct 2012 Western South America M7.4
00:49 JST 06 Sep 2012 23:42 JST 05 Sep 2012 Central America M7.6



posted on Sep, 30 2012 @ 11:03 PM
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thanks again Puterman, appreciate your reply

the more i look at it, i think some people mix up "indo-australian" and think of the INDIAN plate and the Australian plate, whereas i believe the name "indo-australian" refer to AUSTRALIA and INDONESIA as the single land-mass that it is...

which itself is crashing northwards into the very busy (4 way ) intersection of the Eurasian/Pacific/and Phillipino plates

regarding Zealandia, i floated over a lot of it earlier this year, and
had never heard of it until one day the captain of the ship made the announcement...
"we are now above Zealandia, the lost continent" etc etc and i thought WTF???

i live in Sydney, so i look out at all those volcanoes etc across the water in NZ and Tonga and Vanuatu etc with great interest and also some fear... Australia has suffered some mega tsunamis in the past


PS (hypothetical)
how would one go about requesting the upgrading from a mere "continental fragment" to its proper status amongst the "true plates"???!!! i say make Zealandia a continent! imho

thanks again Puterman,




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