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The contributing networks as marked on the map’s pop up tags are;
usgs – the United States Geological Survey – which provides information that is updated every 5 minutes on magnitude 4.5 earthquakes and upwards worldwide and magnitude 1.0 and upwards for the United States.
emsc – The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre – which provides information of Magnitude 2.0 upwards in Europe and many other areas including most world Magnitude 4 and upwards events.
geonet – New Zealand
jma – the Japan Meteorological Agency
can – Canada – data from Natural Resources Canada, generally restricted to the region of Canada.
bbnet – Institute of Geodynamics – National Observatory of Athens
gfzp – GeoForschungsZentrum (GFZ) Potsdam, Germany
bgs – British Geological Survey
au – GeoScience Australia
and on review;
nied – National research Institute for Earth science and Disaster prevention (NIED), Japan, preliminary results from the Catalog by the Hi-net Automatic System
imo- The Icelandic Meteorological Office
ign- data sourced from the National Geographic Institute (IGN)of Spain, covering the Iberian Peninsula, the Canary Islands, Morocco and Algeria
rsnc- La Red Sismológica Nacional de Colombia (RSNC) of Servicio Geológico Colombiano
cenc – China Earthquake Networks Center
M 4.1 - 7km SW of Langston, Oklahoma
PAGER - GREENShakeMap - VDYFI? - IV
2013-12-29 02:14:36 UTC-06:00
2013-12-29 17:08:44 UTC
2013-12-29 18:08:44 UTC+01:00 at epicenter
2013-12-29 12:08:44 UTC-05:00 system time
41.425°N 14.399°E depth=10.0km (6.2mi)
5km (3mi) NNE of San Gregorio, Italy
8km (5mi) NNE of Piedimonte Matese, Italy
23km (14mi) SE of Isernia, Italy
26km (16mi) WSW of Campobasso, Italy
167km (104mi) ESE of Roma, Italy
It makes me and I am sure others wonder, just how big can a fracking quake thrust?
usgs,2013-12-29 08:14:36, 35.895, -97.306, 4.1, 5.0, Oklahoma (499) [F]
emsc,2013-12-29 08:14:36, 35.907, -97.308, 4.1, 5.0, Oklahoma
gfzp,2013-12-29 08:14:36, 35.990, -97.230, 4.3, 10.0, Oklahoma
gfzp,2013-12-07 18:10:25, 35.750, -97.310, 4.6, 10.0, Oklahoma
usgs,2013-12-07 18:10:23, 35.662, -97.326, 4.5, 5.0, Oklahoma (499) [F]
emsc,2013-12-07 18:10:23, 35.707, -97.352, 4.5, 2.0, Oklahoma
Have you noted any interesting unusual trends the last 30-60 days?
Do YOU think the fracking will result in bigger quakes at some point?
If you HAD to guess where the next shockingly huge quake will occur, where would you guess?
reply to post by PuterMan
All the continents on the earth are on the move now, toward forming one massive continent. This is the reason why the Polar Shift, the weird trumpeting sounds in the air ,and weird creatures of the deep abyss of the oceans beaching themselves worldwide,among other things, too-like melting of the ice caps from beneath.This is all predicted by Bible Prophecy.
M5.1 - 13km NW of Takahagi, Japan 2013-12-31 01:03:00 UTC
2013-12-31 01:03:00 UTC
2013-12-31 10:03:00 UTC+09:00 at epicenter
2013-12-30 18:03:00 UTC-07:00 system time
Location 36.789°N 140.591°E depth=9.9km (6.2mi)
13km (8mi) NW of Takahagi, Japan
14km (9mi) W of Kitaibaraki, Japan 21km (13mi) NNW of Hitachi, Japan
21km (13mi) E of Daigo, Japan
146km (91mi) NNE of Tokyo, Japan