Obviously some call for some historic data for Santa Cruz Islands.
Although part of Temotu Province of the Solomon Islands, in the F_E Regional list
are grouped with Vanuatu.
There are 2 areas , Santa Cruz Islands F_E 184 and Santa Cruz Islands region F_E 183
Search on ANSS as follows, the two areas together as one.
I've mapped that data below
[color=lime](click image for interactive map, opens in new tab/window)
On the interactive map I have split the data into 4 sections + the Plate Boundries + the F_E areas (the boxes)
You should be able to click each file on or off to see the different magnitude groups.
I have done the files at 5.0-5.5 as "moderate", 5.6 to 6.5 as "strong" and 6.5+ as "very strong", which is a more accurate description than
simply 5,6,7,8 etc
If the files won't split for you, keep trying various combinations (tick/untick different boxes) as GMaps doesn't always do what you want it to do.
It does work though, trust me.
the static screenshot images below open as full size if you click them.
recent events 2013 GFZ data
1962-2012 ANSS Mag 5.0-5.5
1962-2012 ANSS Mag 5.6-6.5
1962-2012 ANSS Mag 6.5-
The biggest quake on ANSS is a 7.9Ms on 17/07/1980.
I also did a search on Utsu, biggest quake he has is 113 years ago, 1900/7/29 6:59:- UTC, a 8.0"M" with a remark on the side 7.6Ms , so its bit
suspect as an 8.
Location is north of the trench -10,165, so that is a bit odd too, Source: Ganse and Nelson (1981, 1982), Raid and Myers (1985)