Quake Watch 2013

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posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 01:38 PM
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tick-tock, tick-tock, tick-tock,


 

following on from;
(starting at page 1)

Quake Watch 2012
Quake Watch 2011
Quake Watch 2010
Quake Watch 2009
Quake Watch 2008
Quake Watch 2007
Quake Watch 2006
Quake Watch 2004

some Network Links
Often the source pages change the address during the year, these are the latest links I have been using towards the end of 2012.
Lists type
USGS Last7 Days
GFZ
EMSC
LDEO
BGS British Isles, last 50 days
ITALY last month
GREECE NOA, search too
NORSAR Scandanavia, last week
INETER Central America, Guatemala
PUERTO RICO last year, Felt
COSTA RICA
CHILE last day
TURKEY KOERI
GEONET NZ last 30 quakes
JMA Japan, last week
FINLAND Northern Europe coverage

Live Map type
LIVE EARTHQUAKE MASHUP usgs, emsc and gfz Feeds
NZ LAST 100 Canterbury Quake Live. Geonet Feed
GEONET NZ last 30 mapped
PNSN Pacific NW, has list too

Search Archives for earthquakes
USGS
EMSC
RAS just fill in the "Choice by date:" correctly (one day at a time)
GCMT change the starting and ending dates to suit
IRAN
ISIDe (Italy)
PUERTO RICO
GFZ
GEONET pre Sept 1st 2012 data
NOAA Significant Earthquake Database
ANSS
TURKEY official Govt web site search
SWEDEN translated to English

Non HTML Search
GEONET I use this to get NZ data post Sept 1st 2012 in Excel CSV format
edit on Thu 27 Dec 2012 by Hellmutt because: to add info on request




posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 01:41 PM
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Amazing thread!

I want more threads like this!



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 02:00 PM
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Yay! Excellent start Muzzy my friend. Yes I know - it is a place holder and needs fleshing out.

Glad you accepted the challenge of taking the thread on, and many thanks to you for your excellent contributions in the older Quake Watch threads.



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 02:45 PM
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I can't help but notice that seismic activity has been a little slow the past couple of days... Is she warming up for the big one? Or is this just the end of the recent quake swarm? Like, other than the 5.1 in Pakistan a few hours ago, there really hasn't been much activity...

Just curious..



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 02:48 PM
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Good luck this year guys and gals! I come to the site often, and I have to say I spend a good part of my time checking on the eq situation. Have a merry merry Christmas and an even better new years!

Cheers!
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posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 02:56 PM
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why do i feel hugely disappointed?



heres a link to volcano watch 2013 ...

maybe i should have not even bothered with all of that clicking and pasting that went into mine.. ( for that im sorry)

ps great thread ..

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by PollyPeptide
I can't help but notice that seismic activity has been a little slow the past couple of days... Is she warming up for the big one? Or is this just the end of the recent quake swarm? Like, other than the 5.1 in Pakistan a few hours ago, there really hasn't been much activity...

Just curious..



Here is the list from the 22nd on of Mag 4+

Prov,Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
usgs,2012-12-25 17:36:29, 28.402, 66.423, 5.1, 10.0, Pakistan
usgs,2012-12-25 17:08:16, 31.942, 137.939, 4.8, 372.5, Izu Isls. Japan Region
usgs,2012-12-25 08:46:32, -7.916, 101.268, 5.1, 28.6, S.West Of Sumatra. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-25 07:34:42, 1.101, 125.511, 5.3, 56.7, Molucca Sea
usgs,2012-12-25 01:07:33, -22.405, -12.650, 4.9, 10.0, Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
usgs,2012-12-24 23:47:22, 52.061, -176.158, 4.5, 116.4, Andreanof Isls.
usgs,2012-12-24 23:24:50, -55.675, 147.090, 5.0, 10.0, West Of Macquarie Island
usgs,2012-12-24 12:58:19, 4.124, 126.721, 5.1, 21.6, Kepulauan Talaud. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-24 12:12:37, -28.998, -71.506, 5.2, 32.4, Offshore Atacama. Chile
usgs,2012-12-24 12:01:19, -10.882, 165.986, 4.9, 62.7, Santa Cruz Isls.
usgs,2012-12-24 10:13:34, 54.988, 161.911, 4.6, 21.8, Nr. E. Coast Of The Kamchatka Peninsula. Russia
usgs,2012-12-24 07:54:09, 55.004, 161.891, 5.2, 14.2, Nr. E. Coast Of The Kamchatka Peninsula. Russia
usgs,2012-12-24 06:30:12, -20.517, 169.274, 4.5, 23.3, Vanuatu
usgs,2012-12-24 05:31:34, -17.930, -69.940, 4.8, 92.2, Southern Peru
usgs,2012-12-24 05:08:37, -33.967, -72.089, 4.7, 12.2, Offshore Libertador O’Higgins. Chile
usgs,2012-12-24 04:38:33, -9.446, 110.183, 4.9, 35.9, South Of Java. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-23 22:19:32, -18.996, 168.390, 4.7, 15.2, Vanuatu
usgs,2012-12-23 13:31:39, 42.417, 41.063, 5.5, 10.0, Black Sea. Offshore Georgia
usgs,2012-12-23 12:52:23, 4.171, 126.633, 5.2, 31.9, Kepulauan Talaud. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-23 09:47:27, -12.137, 167.057, 4.5, 246.5, Santa Cruz Isls.
usgs,2012-12-23 06:38:57, 38.504, 44.844, 5.2, 10.5, Turkey-Iran Border Region
usgs,2012-12-23 06:13:06, 24.285, 121.465, 4.6, 9.4, Taiwan
usgs,2012-12-23 05:52:13, -7.752, 117.234, 4.5, 291.5, Bali Sea
usgs,2012-12-23 05:11:45, -17.136, 168.449, 4.6, 206.8, Vanuatu
usgs,2012-12-23 00:29:55, -13.079, 167.113, 5.2, 211.0, Vanuatu
usgs,2012-12-22 18:07:17, 19.172, 121.088, 5.1, 29.0, Babuyan Isls. Region. Philippines
usgs,2012-12-22 16:41:44, 22.430, 94.753, 5.5, 126.6, Myanmar
usgs,2012-12-22 16:02:44, -6.045, -76.521, 4.9, 42.5, Northern Peru
usgs,2012-12-22 11:07:18, -4.500, 125.201, 4.5, 453.7, Banda Sea
usgs,2012-12-22 10:58:28, -7.134, 129.049, 4.7, 178.2, Kepulauan Babar. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-22 07:53:01, -20.304, 169.534, 4.9, 133.0, Vanuatu
usgs,2012-12-22 06:20:23, 41.368, 142.620, 4.7, 34.9, Hokkaido. Japan Region
usgs,2012-12-22 06:15:32, 33.554, 132.116, 4.6, 65.6, Shikoku. Japan
usgs,2012-12-22 05:54:08, 13.939, -91.317, 4.6, 70.0, Offshore Guatemala
usgs,2012-12-22 04:42:37, 49.862, 155.144, 5.1, 117.2, Kuril Isls.
usgs,2012-12-22 03:50:03, 5.234, 94.266, 5.2, 10.0, Northern Sumatra. Ind.
usgs,2012-12-22 02:04:22, -2.653, 119.979, 4.9, 35.0, Sulawesi. Ind.




It seems to be running at around 3 or 4 Mag 5+ quakes a day which is about average currently, the whole of this year being quieter than normal anyway.

So in answer to your question - who knows!
I personally think not but tomorrow is the 8th Anniversary of the Band Aceh quake and tsunami, and no one saw that one coming.



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 05:16 PM
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i apologize muzzy. threads can be fixed later .. happy hoildays bro ..



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 05:22 PM
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Yay! Here's to another year of monitoring and learning to unlock the secrets of this world!!!

(alysha...love your volcano thread, your time spent is much noted!)
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posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 05:53 PM
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Originally posted by westcoast
Yay! Here's to another year of monitoring and learning to unlock the secrets of this world!!!

(alysha...love your volcano thread, your time spent is much noted!)
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thank you westcoast. i appreciate it .. and as we all know quakes and volcanoes always go hand in hand . its like a fine marriage .. its a beautiful thing really.. .. and i aim to be a better poster in both threads in the coming year.. as this year and last has been rather bumpy for me ..



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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Congrates Muzzy!

I always read the threads concerning earthquakes and volcanoes.
Keep up the good work!



posted on Dec, 25 2012 @ 07:31 PM
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Cascadia, we're in for a bumpy ride! Let's go 2013!



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 01:27 AM
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Did I miss something here because I don't see anything to read besides "tick tock"?



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 01:48 AM
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Originally posted by sylent6
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Did I miss something here because I don't see anything to read besides "tick tock"?


Yep,you have missed the boat.

Quake Watch 2012

It's the earthquake threads and updates.
These guys and gals do more then the USGS and the rest of those government agency's put in place to watch geological events.
Period.
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posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 05:08 AM
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I look forward to learning more about how our natural world responds and reacts. Thank you, PM, for all that you have done and thank you, muzzy, for all that you will be doing for this ongoing thread.

With that, I have a question...

I know that I live next to a subduction zone. But, that is only the east side of the troublesome plate. I'd like to learn more about the west side of the juan de fuca. Does anyone have links to share about how the plate behaves on the west side?



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 06:12 AM
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There is a reasonable if brief explanation on Wikipedia of the spreading ridges associated with the Juan de Fuca plate which you can read here

Armed with the names of the ridges, Explorer. Gorda, JDF, you should be able to wilf off to further detail from the links in Wiki and elsewhere.



posted on Dec, 26 2012 @ 10:45 AM
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Originally posted by kdog1982

Originally posted by sylent6
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Did I miss something here because I don't see anything to read besides "tick tock"?


Yep,you have missed the boat.

Quake Watch 2012

It's the earthquake threads and updates.
These guys and gals do more then the USGS and the rest of those government agency's put in place to watch geological events.
Period.
edit on 26-12-2012 by kdog1982 because: (no reason given)


Indeed. I never really cared about quakes, other than when MSM says I should care... The 2012 quake watch thread really opened my eyes.. Not to the fact that quakes happen, but to just how common they are and how they seem to be connected to each other. I may be reading into the data too far, but it's been enlightening all the same. These guys provide great analysis of the events.



I'd give more thumbs up for the thread, but that might come across as spam!!

Keep it up, quake watch is by far the best on-going thread on the boards!
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posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 09:10 AM
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YAY!!!!!!!!!!!

Thanks Muzzy for creating this thread, you know the quake watchers need their own space to monitor the shaking and baking of this planet we call home. We quake watch lurkers are addicted to it!


Thanks also to the many regular contributors who have taught the members of ATS so much about seismology and how to read graphs and so on. xoxox

Here is a toast to an exciting but low casualty earthquake year and many more!!!!!!!!!!

Jenn



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 10:20 AM
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I wrote too much, they couldn't fit it all in the Original Post
see next post for more ...............



posted on Dec, 27 2012 @ 10:21 AM
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more links that wouldn't fit in the OP

Others (combined map and list types)
USGS
EMSC
GREECE last24hrs
CANADA
MEXICO last 10 days
AUSTRALIA
THAILAND/BURMA
VANUATU
NORSAR Scandanavia, last week
TURKEY last 24hrs.7days, 30 days or year
SWITZERLAND translated to English
MONGOLIA
ICELAND
SPAIN
AZERBAIJAN


There are a few other earthquake live map sites like RSOE, but they all take feeds from the main networks anyway.

Some other earthquake stuff;
Earthquake Report is a good site for information, but is not an event source. They do a good reporting job however.
PuterMan's Quake Watch blog for Mag 6+ USGS earthquake data with phase and tensor information.

Helicorders and seismograms
Live Internet Seismic Server page
Global seismograph index

Don't forget there is also a dedicated Volcano Watch 2013 which often has (volcanic) earthquake posts in it





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