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Originally posted by Aircooled
I noticed there were no forshocks to yesterday's 6.3 near Vancouver. The only thing that might be considered an Aftershock would be this small 2,8, [25 miles] deep, off the coast of Salem Oregon.
Is it not unusual that there would be a lack of 4's and maybe a 5 on either side of the 6.3?
It just seems quiet.
I guess there are really no rules to how these quakes work?
Originally posted by Darkblade71
4.5 165km SSW of Port Hardy, Canada 2012-11-08 21:07:41 49.316°N 128.280°W
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Originally posted by muzzy
Yellowstone way up in numbers, 93 for Oct,