reply to post by Labrynth2012
Yes, RSOE is great if you want to learn about or view the major and intermediate plate boundaries.
Sorry I had to post and run Friday, thanks to those who participated in the thread, or even read it.
It looks like things have calmed down for the moment.
The 2MIN news guy on YouTube believes we are getting a correlation between quakes and planetary alignments, we just finished an alignment and it would
seem his theory was somewhat borne out with a half dozen or so 6+ Mags, where we haven't seen many for weeks.
2MIN news link:
However, this was a minor alignment, thus minor tectonic activity.
I couldn't find the measurement for the buoy drop in Alaska, but to illustrate the point that 100 m water column drops are possible in a matter of
seconds I pulled one up that coincided with the largest "slip-fault" EQ ever recorded, the 8.6 off the coast of Indonesia, the same day as this
100m+ water column drop: