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ID, WHEN, LAT,LONG,MAG, DEPTH, WHERE
2012p876074, 20/11/2012 03:32:14, -39.131, 175.6486, 0.92ML, 5.3km, Tongariro Northern Circuit
2012p876182, 20/11/2012 04:29:47, -39.1232, 175.6496, 0.63ML, 5.2km, Tongariro Alpine Crossing
2012p876321, 20/11/2012 05:44:17, -39.1292, 175.6522, 0.59ML, 5.0km, Tongariro Alpine Crossing
2012p878425, 21/11/2012 00:24:51, -39.0792, 175.6425, 1.64ML, 1km, Tongariro Alpine Crossing
Originally posted by Nyiah
3.0 7km NE of Sevierville, Tennessee 2012-11-24 06:03:13 35.922°N 83.507°W 5.0
And has this one been posted yet?
2.0 3km WNW of Belfast, Maine 2012-11-23 23:25:22 44.442°N 69.042°W 4.8
Oh, and the source, USGS earthquake.usgs.gov...edit on 11/24/2012 by Nyiah because: (no reason given)
Lat/Long: -38.7719 179.4475
When: 22/11/2012 18:47:27 UTC
Depth: 552.5 km
Mag: 3.06 ML
Location: Gisborne Knolls
Region: East Of North Island. N.Z.
Energy Released: 0.587 tonnes of TNT
Originally posted by ujustneverknow
ty Puterman !
I know it's an active area , the mags are around 2.2 .
I just noticed a cluster today that stuck out from the rest,lol.
I need to not watch that map so much!
A number that characterizes the relative size of an earthquake. Magnitude is based on measurement of the maximum motion recorded by a seismograph. Several scales have been defined, but the most commonly used are (1) local magnitude (ML), commonly referred to as "Richter magnitude," (2) surface-wave magnitude (Ms), (3) body-wave magnitude (Mb), and (4) moment magnitude (Mw). Scales 1-3 have limited range and applicability and do not satisfactorily measure the size of the largest earthquakes. The moment magnitude (Mw) scale, based on the concept of seismic moment, is uniformly applicable to all sizes of earthquakes but is more difficult to compute than the other types. All magnitude scales should yield approximately the same value for any given earthquake.
Originally posted by pheonix358
reply to post by FreebirdGirl
It is not the frac quakes you need to look for, they are all over the place right under the frac wells.
It is the man made quakes that could lead to straight line indications of sub surface building. That is, if it is actually ongoing. It could also account for strange sounds and similar mysteries that are occurring. Perhaps frac quakes are a cover for this activity.