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originally posted by: muzzy
a reply to: PuterMan
These are pretty big aftershocks for a M7.0, I wonder if they got that first one wrong?
When, Mag, Lat, Long, Depth, location
2014-11-15 02:31:43 , 7.0 , 1.98°N , 126.48°E , 53 , Northern Molucca Sea
2014-11-15 03:08:05 , 6.2 , 0.23°S , 124.07°E , 104 , Southern Molucca Sea
2014-11-21 10:10:18 , 6.5 , 2.40°N , 127.09°E , 28 , Northern Molucca Sea
2014-11-26 14:33:45 , 6.7 , 1.97°N , 126.53°E , 51 , Northern Molucca Sea
Why is it that earthquake magnitudes always end up dropping down a notch or two after the fact
Public ID 2014p901017
Universal Time November 30 2014, 9:01:56
NZ Daylight Time Sun, Nov 30 2014, 10:01:56 pm
Depth 83 km
Location 40 km north of Te Araroa
Latitude, Longitude -37.26, 178.30
Arizona M 4.7
Once the fiery center of one of Arizona's most explosive volcanoes, the summits surrounding the now dormant inner core stand guard, protecting land that the native people of Arizona consider to be so sacred it is where earth meets heaven.
Public ID 2014p907483
Universal Time December 2 2014, 18:27:28
NZ Daylight Time Wed, Dec 3 2014, 7:27:28 am
Depth 16 km
Location 10 km south-east of Paraparaumu
Latitude, Longitude -41.02, 175.05
ID: 2014p906006 Network: geonet
Date/Time NZDT: 02/12/2014 18:19:49
Date/Time UTC: 02/12/2014 05:19:49
Latitude, Longitude: -38.1771, 172.071
Depth: 750.00 km
Energy Released: 582.8520 tonnes of TNT
Location: Off W. Coast Of N. Island. N.Z.