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posted on Jan, 7 2013 @ 04:00 PM
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A little shake in the New Madrid fault today.
2.6 6km SE of Ridgely, Tennessee 2013-01-07 18:29:13 36.224°N 89.436°W




posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:03 AM
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From the USGS, yesterday & today so far in the not-so-shakey area of the country:

2.2 5km SSW of Madisonville, Tennessee 2013-01-08 07:30:55 35.473°N 84.389°W 9.2
2.6 6km SE of Ridgely, Tennessee 2013-01-07 13:29:13 36.224°N 89.436°W 6.3
3.1 36km WSW of Page, Arizona 2013-01-07 10:36:43 36.838°N 111.856°W 6.4
2.2 57km N of Dove Creek, Colorado 2013-01-07 07:33:11 38.283°N 108.919°W 0.6
earthquake.usgs.gov...

Arizona caught my eye yesterday, but I forgot about to post it. It's been a while since it's been on the USGS list. Or, I'm unobservant & didn't notice any others in AZ recently?



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:11 AM
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There's a whole lotta shakin' goin' on!



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:45 AM
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This seems kind of strong for the area, I'm used to seeing 1's and 2's at most. Probably why it seems strong, I'm used to little shakes popping up on the map:

3.5 29km WNW of Omak, Washington 2013-01-08 08:39:21 48.541°N 119.868°W 0.1
earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 10:02 AM
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Originally posted by Nyiah
From the USGS, yesterday & today so far in the not-so-shakey area of the country:

2.2 5km SSW of Madisonville, Tennessee 2013-01-08 07:30:55 35.473°N 84.389°W 9.2
2.6 6km SE of Ridgely, Tennessee 2013-01-07 13:29:13 36.224°N 89.436°W 6.3
3.1 36km WSW of Page, Arizona 2013-01-07 10:36:43 36.838°N 111.856°W 6.4
2.2 57km N of Dove Creek, Colorado 2013-01-07 07:33:11 38.283°N 108.919°W 0.6
earthquake.usgs.gov...

Arizona caught my eye yesterday, but I forgot about to post it. It's been a while since it's been on the USGS list. Or, I'm unobservant & didn't notice any others in AZ recently?


The Arizona earthquake caught my attention, too. Mostly because it was only 20 miles or so from Glen Canyon Dam. We don't need any strong shaking near there.



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On a different topic, has anyone else noticed that the GPS data hasn't been updated since the 3rd of January?
I've checked USGS, Natural Resources Canada, and the western stations from Central Washington University. Maybe they are enjoying a long weekend?
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Hmm, the CWU pages say they were updated @ 05:11 GMT today. But the data processing looks to be 4 or 5 days behind. Meh, I must be patient I suppose...
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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 10:22 AM
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Can I ask about the swarm in the Cobb, CA area? I know the area the swarm is in is a park, and I believe houses a couple of volcanoes. I don't know much about the area's geological history, and my Google-fu is bringing me tons of results about fracking (I guess it really is everywhere now?) Is this a swarm related to volcanic activity, or fracking? I'm not necessarily worried about anything going all explode-y, but I am curious about the swarm & area in general.



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 10:32 AM
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Hi Nyiah, the small, persistant swarms near Cobb are related to the Clear Lake Volcanic field and The Geysers, the largest hydrothermal plant in the world.

The hydrothermal plant is where it is because of the volcanic activity nearby. And the volcanics are most probably due to the very thin crust in the area, because of a slab window.

There is a lot of cool info at Clear lake link--hope this helps.


ETA: I forgot to mention the fracking. I don't know of any natural gas fracking in this area. Most probably it is related to fracturing for the steam-generation--no nasty chemicals involved--just H2O.
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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by Olivine
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Hi Nyiah, the small, persistant swarms near Cobb are related to the Clear Lake Volcanic field and The Geysers, the largest hydrothermal plant in the world.

The hydrothermal plant is where it is because of the volcanic activity nearby. And the volcanics are most probably due to the very thin crust in the area, because of a slab window.

There is a lot of cool info at Clear lake link--hope this helps.


ETA: I forgot to mention the fracking. I don't know of any natural gas fracking in this area. Most probably it is related to fracturing for the steam-generation--no nasty chemicals involved--just H2O.
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Thank you! I didn't think to check the USGS, that was a little dumb of me. Now, time to refill the coffee cup, and hunker down for some reading



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 11:38 AM
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Aegean Sea


Event id: evs3_20130108141608
Date: 08/01/2013, 14:16:08 (GMT)
Magnitude: 5.8 ML
Latitude: 39.64 N
Longitude: 25.58 E
Depth: 10.0 Km
Location: 48 Km ESE from Limnos
bbnet.gein.noa.gr...


that will have quite a few aftershocks,
watch them here (good for 20 more hours)
NOA map



ADAF is the offical Turkish Govt Earthquake web site (Turkish Republic Disaster and Emergency Management Presedency, Earthquake Department)
Actually the Turks will give a better aftershock report, set the dates and click query button, zoom in etc, list at the bottom, I got 31 aftershocks already


mag,when, lat, long, depth
6.2, 8/01/2013 14:16, 39.6678, 25.244, 17.81
3.3, 8/01/2013 14:28, 39.7227, 25.607, 7
3.8, 8/01/2013 14:34, 39.6498, 25.4987, 7.07
3.5, 8/01/2013 14:37, 39.7738, 25.6437, 7.2
3.3, 8/01/2013 14:39, 39.6058, 25.6285, 7.01
3.5, 8/01/2013 14:45, 39.6603, 25.5035, 7.03
3.6, 8/01/2013 14:46, 39.7573, 25.684, 7
3.1, 8/01/2013 14:50, 39.883, 25.716, 31.25
3.7, 8/01/2013 14:51, 39.8505, 25.6143, 8.68
3.6, 8/01/2013 14:56, 39.6862, 25.395, 16.62
3.5, 8/01/2013 14:58, 39.6783, 25.5847, 25.45
3.7, 8/01/2013 15:00, 39.6577, 25.6602, 32.09
3.5, 8/01/2013 15:02, 39.7177, 25.6532, 6.96
3.4, 8/01/2013 15:09, 39.6302, 25.6127, 7.09
3.0, 8/01/2013 15:12, 39.7567, 25.7017, 7
3.4, 8/01/2013 15:27, 39.638, 25.5892, 6.95
3.4, 8/01/2013 15:33, 39.6867, 25.582, 7.08
3.9, 8/01/2013 15:38, 39.6887, 25.651, 25.92
2.7, 8/01/2013 15:42, 39.622, 25.7215, 6.59
3.4, 8/01/2013 15:56, 39.7555, 25.6113, 7.13
3.1, 8/01/2013 16:03, 39.7678, 25.7607, 5
3.5, 8/01/2013 16:10, 39.6562, 25.66, 22.98
2.5, 8/01/2013 16:17, 39.7892, 25.6003, 7.13
3.0, 8/01/2013 16:26, 39.7347, 25.6602, 6.06
3.2, 8/01/2013 16:36, 39.7227, 25.625, 5.93
3.4, 8/01/2013 16:43, 39.75, 25.6008, 7.32
2.8, 8/01/2013 17:02, 39.7145, 25.5982, 7.02
2.9, 8/01/2013 17:03, 39.714, 25.5798, 7.13
2.7, 8/01/2013 17:15, 39.7345, 25.5978, 7.1
3.2, 8/01/2013 17:17, 39.727, 25.5343, 6.83
3.3, 8/01/2013 17:57, 39.7395, 25.6812, 6.47
3.2, 8/01/2013 18:18, 39.7548, 25.6178, 7.01
3.4, 8/01/2013 19:30, 39.732, 25.5993, 7.06

the main shock 6.2ML


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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 01:35 PM
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Check out the little swarm over the past hour at the base of Mount Konocti.
(click to enlarge)
Source--USGS (7 days, all)

Good timing asking about Cobb. I can't remember seeing a swarm near the lake for a while. All of these are quite shallow, too. Interesting.



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 02:26 PM
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earlier



a bit north of where the activity has been lately

BTW I started another Topic, about Japan's earthquakes specifically
Japan Preliminary Earthquake Maps NIED
visitors are welcome
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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 03:04 PM
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Originally posted by Olivine

There is a lot of cool info at Clear lake link--hope this helps.


indeed

I particularly like this page with the map that covers The Geysers as well
volcanoes.usgs.gov...

drag the time bar out to 38 days and the area is saturated, 2069 events



its a great page, too bad theydon't provide a list or csv file download
tends to stall too when you change the bars


The trouble with the newfangledusgsinteractivemapthingy is that you can only zoom in so far.
and it only goes back 30 days.
but..............
they do provide a csv download option of the data

lot of clear icons on there, i.e mag



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:45 PM
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I really like the new CalVO webpages too, but you are correct about them being glitchy. I noticed this morning that when you click on the monitoring pages, none of the seismometer links are working. Normally, you can click on the black triangles to see the past 24 hours of data; which is nice, because many of the seismos on those pages can't be easily found elsewhere.

Muzzy, your map looks great, and loaded immediately for me. I am amazed at how quickly you can pull those together.


The Soda Bay mini-swarm burped up a mag 3.0 among its 18 quakes over the past 8 hours. It has my attention.
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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 07:58 PM
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Type: Earthquake
15 minutes ago
Magnitude: 5.9
DateTime: Wednesday January 9 2013, 01:41:52 UTC
Region: Myanmar-India border region
Depth: 75.6 km
Source: USGS Feed

quakes.globalincidentmap.com...



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:00 PM
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Sry dreamfox1 I was little late I do search but meanwhile you make post ..


2013-01-09 01:41:53.0 15min ago 25.40 N 94.94 E 80 6.0 MYANMAR-INDIA BORDER REGION

static1.emsc.eu...

www.emsc-csem.org...

Magnitude M 6.0
Region MYANMAR-INDIA BORDER REGION
Date time 2013-01-09 01:41:53.0 UTC
Location 25.38 N ; 94.96 E
Depth 86 km
Distances 395 km NW Mandalay (pop 1,208,099 ; local time 08:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
122 km NE Imphal (pop 223,523 ; local time 07:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
56 km SE Phek (pop 15,118 ; local time 07:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
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posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:09 PM
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Originally posted by MariaLida
Sry dreamfox1 I was little late I do search but meanwhile you make post ..


2013-01-09 01:41:53.0 15min ago 25.40 N 94.94 E 80 6.0 MYANMAR-INDIA BORDER REGION

static1.emsc.eu...

www.emsc-csem.org...

Magnitude M 6.0
Region MYANMAR-INDIA BORDER REGION
Date time 2013-01-09 01:41:53.0 UTC
Location 25.38 N ; 94.96 E
Depth 86 km
Distances 395 km NW Mandalay (pop 1,208,099 ; local time 08:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
122 km NE Imphal (pop 223,523 ; local time 07:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
56 km SE Phek (pop 15,118 ; local time 07:11:53.2 2013-01-09)
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No problem the more info the better



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:09 PM
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I am digging your new eq tables muzzy, very cool!



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:16 PM
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I just want to thank all you EQ guys and gals, I make it a point to come and read this thread everyday and always learn something new!
Y'all really make it easy to understand and have given me plenty to research and learn about. Anyway just wanted to say thanks and keep up the good work!!



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:17 PM
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I was going to say (well I am saying) something looks like its going to pop.... but then I guess "crack" would be the better word??



posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 08:19 PM
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No reports just yet from the Myanmar quake. I wonder is it a 6.0 or what USGS has it as a 5.9... guess we will see soon enough what its revised to.

From... earthquake-report.com...


Strong but deep earthquake on the border of Myanmar-India- A preliminary 5.9M earthquake hit 59km from Phek, India at intermediate depth of 75.5km. Those are preliminary reports so the magnitude and depth can change, we expect a light shaking for a very wide area, light shaking can make minor damage but no injuries. Update: USGS tells that at least 3 million people should have felt a light shaking (IV on the mercalli scale) and almost 10 million a weak shaking (II-III).






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