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Quake Watch 2014

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posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 07:09 PM
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I cannot help but think of mother shiptons line .

Something to the effect...

Three sleeping giants draw breath and spew out mud ICE and death .

Could that be in Iceland , is there three together there?

just a fipping 2 cents.
just flipping it in .
1%

woops maybe I should have put this in the volcano thread.
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edit on 31-8-2014 by my1percent because: (no reason given)




posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 08:20 PM
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a reply to: wasobservingquietly
Found a couple links about the area where the quakes in Alaska are occurring:

I know USGS is using Ester, Alaska as the closest town to the quakes but they are closer to Minto, Alaska (a census-designated area like so many places in Alaska). It does have a Post Office, a State Game Refuge called Minto Flats, & & hidden faults beneath the flats.


“ Scientists are so interested in the fault zone (which produces many of the shakes we feel in Fairbanks) that four of them embarked on a raft trip last August. For a few days, they floated into the heart of one of the largest geologic basins in Alaska.
Carl Tape is a seismologist at the Geophysical Institute of the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Along with State Seismologist Michael West, seismologist Matt Gardine and graduate student Celso Alvizuri, Tape shoved a blue raft off the gravel in Nenana last August and floated the Tanana River to Manley Hot Springs.
The four men embarked on the river trip because they have been funded to install one dozen sensitive ground-motion detectors in what they call the Minto Flats seismic zone. The best way to scout the area was to let the Tanana River carry them as the braided waterway makes a 90-degree bend northward from the town of Nenana.
Tape, who grew up in Fairbanks, was surprised at the remote feeling of that 100-mile river stretch just a few minutes from Fairbanks by plane. As their 14-foot raft rotated in the current, the scientists heard the groan of fish wheels and steered clear of a few barges steaming toward Nenana. When they hit shore, they saw many sets of bear tracks pressed into gray mud.
The scientists explored high and dry spots where they might locate their broadband seismometers and where radio systems might broadcast ground-motion information toward the ridge upon which the Parks Highway runs from Fairbanks to Nenana. On that hilltop, other stations will repeat the data and send it back to the Alaska Earthquake Center in Fairbanks.
Tape has been fascinated with the Minto Flats seismic zone since before he and his colleagues discovered that a magnitude 8.6 earthquake from Sumatra in April 2012 sent its energy through half the globe and triggered a magnitude 3.9 earthquake in the flats. The effect of that “Love wave” was another example of action on a Minto Flats fault capable of ripping a magnitude 7 or larger earthquake.
Minto Flats is responsible for a magnitude 6 earthquake on October 5, 1995. Many people in Fairbanks remember that day as the most vigorous shaking they have felt, even more than from the much larger (but farther away) Denali Fault earthquake of 2002."

www.gi.alaska.edu...
www.adfg.alaska.gov...
en.wikipedia.org...



posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 08:36 PM
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I wonder if the alaska aftershocks have anything to do with strange needle vibrations on the ABC 7 Quake Cam.



posted on Aug, 31 2014 @ 09:56 PM
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a reply to: SeekingDepth
Interesting info!
I'm glad to see that they set up a seismometer too!
Especially since the Alaska volcano list,
said that Hayes & Buzzard Creek were not seismically monitored!!!

At least some places are! 👍
WOQ



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 08:38 AM
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M5.1 - 35km S of George Town, Cayman Islands
2014-09-03 10:01:04 UTC



Event Time
2014-09-03 10:01:04 UTC
2014-09-03 05:01:04 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
2014-09-03 05:01:04 UTC-05:00 system time

Location
18.965°N 81.341°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities
35km (22mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands
45km (28mi) S of West Bay, Cayman Islands
344km (214mi) SSW of Trinidad, Cuba
357km (222mi) SSE of Nueva Gerona, Cuba
35km (22mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands


USGS



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 08:42 PM
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originally posted by: lurksoften

M5.1 - 35km S of George Town, Cayman Islands
2014-09-03 10:01:04 UTC



Event Time
2014-09-03 10:01:04 UTC
2014-09-03 05:01:04 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
2014-09-03 05:01:04 UTC-05:00 system time

Location
18.965°N 81.341°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities
35km (22mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands
45km (28mi) S of West Bay, Cayman Islands
344km (214mi) SSW of Trinidad, Cuba
357km (222mi) SSE of Nueva Gerona, Cuba
35km (22mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands


USGS






That is #2 for today



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 08:55 PM
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I feel like Southern Mexico is going to "bounce back" from all of the pressure being put on it.

Here's to hoping I am wrong though.



posted on Sep, 3 2014 @ 11:32 PM
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F-E Region: Easter Island Region
Time: 2014-09-03 20:34:00.5 UTC
Magnitude: 6.0 (Mw)
Epicenter: 114.77°W 26.54°S
Depth: 10 km
Status: M - manually revised

geofon.gfz-potsdam.de...



posted on Sep, 4 2014 @ 01:34 AM
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a reply to: radpetey
Here is the second one for the day and was just a bit stornger than than first.

M5.2 - 43km S of George Town, Cayman Islands
2014-09-03 23:34:14 UTC



Event Time
2014-09-03 23:34:14 UTC
2014-09-03 18:34:14 UTC-05:00 at epicenter
2014-09-03 18:34:14 UTC-05:00 system time

Location
18.898°N 81.317°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities
43km (27mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands
52km (32mi) SSE of West Bay, Cayman Islands
350km (217mi) SSW of Trinidad, Cuba
361km (224mi) W of Montego Bay, Jamaica
43km (27mi) S of George Town, Cayman Islands


USGS

Also some shakin going on in Tonga


M6.0 - 175km E of `Ohonua, Tonga
2014-09-04 05:33:46 UTC



Event Time
2014-09-04 05:33:46 UTC
2014-09-03 17:33:46 UTC-12:00 at epicenter
2014-09-04 00:33:46 UTC-05:00 system time

Location
21.396°S 173.258°W depth=11.8km (7.4mi)


USGS



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 08:54 PM
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Another big fish die-off, this time in western Mexico.
Funny how they look like all one species again.
Incoming earthquake?
Eleven pictures:

www.weather.com...

And the 'Big Island' in Hawaii declares a state of emergency,
as lava from the Kilauea volcano, comes to within a mile of a residential area.

news.msn.com...

Video:
news.msn.com...

Iceland, New Guinea, now Hawaii.
What's the connection?

WOQ



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 11:04 PM
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Is something brewing under Puerto Rico?
Usgs list

It seems agitated over a wide area.
edit on 9/5/2014 by Olivine because: Fix bad link



posted on Sep, 5 2014 @ 11:41 PM
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further to post by: muzzy

(Easter Island Region) and that's not all...............
so far 27,408.89TTNT of energy has been released in the area
03/09/2014 20:28:23, 5.3, 26.53°S, 114.92°W
03/09/2014 20:34:00, 6.0, 26.54°S, 114.77°W
04/09/2014 17:23:16, 5.4, 26.65°S, 114.54°W
05/09/2014 09:01:20, 4.8, 26.79°S, 114.51°W
05/09/2014 09:19:24, 4.9, 26.66°S, 114.46°W
05/09/2014 19:36:31, 5.8, 26.59°S, 114.34°W
05/09/2014 21:24:39, 5.2, 26.63°S, 114.71°W
goo.gl...

Oceanic Spreading Rift Boundry

add that to what is happening in Bardarbunga, Iceland........ also on a Oceanic Spreading Rift Boundry

= expanding Earth!?
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posted on Sep, 6 2014 @ 03:51 AM
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a reply to: muzzy


M6.1 - Easter Island region
2014-09-06 06:53:13 UTC



Event Time
2014-09-06 06:53:13 UTC
2014-09-05 22:53:13 UTC-08:00 at epicenter
2014-09-06 01:53:13 UTC-05:00 system time

Location
26.625°S 114.456°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities
502km (312mi) W of Hanga Roa, Chile
3736km (2321mi) ESE of Papao, French Polynesia
3740km (2324mi) ESE of Mahina, French Polynesia
3742km (2325mi) ESE of Paea, French Polynesia
1576km (979mi) E of Adamstown, Pitcairn


USGS
EMSC has it at 6.3

And some aftershockes of 5.2 and 5.4


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posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 12:29 AM
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Hi there, ATS members. Can some of you here offer your opinions on what kind of probability there would be for a megaquake above 8.8 in the Moment magnitude scale to occur before this year ends? 33% 20% 0.5%?



posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 10:09 PM
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FYI ATS, our dog is acting so weird. As I began to type this sentence I was alerted via quake app, of a 6.5 in Indo!

Anyway, granted she is an emotional beagle, I felt compelled to share just in case Alaska is about to get hit with something
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posted on Sep, 9 2014 @ 11:32 PM
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originally posted by: GoShredAK
FYI ATS, our dog is acting so weird. As I began to type this sentence I was alerted via quake app, of a 6.5 in Indo!

Anyway, granted she is an emotional beagle, I felt compelled to share just in case Alaska is about to get hit with something


I'm sorry you guys, there was no earth shattering kaboom, it was just thunder, and there have been an extraordinary amount of militiary cargo jets flying overhead.



posted on Sep, 10 2014 @ 12:33 AM
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M6.5 - MOLUCCA SEA

Preliminary Earthquake Report
Magnitude 6.5
Date-Time
10 Sep 2014 02:46:06 UTC
10 Sep 2014 10:46:06 near epicenter
9 Sep 2014 18:46:06 standard time in your timezone
Location 0.143S 125.092E
Depth 20 km
Distances
122 km (75 mi) SE of Modayag, Indonesia
161 km (99 mi) S of Tondano, Indonesia
165 km (102 mi) S of Tomohon, Indonesia
175 km (108 mi) S of Bitung, Indonesia
932 km (577 mi) N of Dili, East Timor
Location Uncertainty Horizontal: 0.0 km; Vertical 4.5 km
Parameters Nph = 122; Dmin = 272.7 km; Rmss = 1.60 seconds; Gp = 23°
Version =
Event ID us b000say6
For updates, maps, and technical information, see: Event Page or USGS Earthquake Hazards Program
National Earthquake Information Center
U.S. Geological Survey
earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 10:26 PM
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Iceland, New Guinea, Hawaii...now maybe the Philippines:

news.msn.com...

WOQ



posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 10:35 PM
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Quakes of note today:

M4.7 - 39km NNE of AElvdalen, Sweden
M5.4 - 81km E of Le Vauclin, Martinique
M4.0 - 6km S of Guthrie, Oklahoma

That one in Sweden caught my eye straight away. I can't remember ever seeing one listed for there. I'm sure it happens from time to time, but it's a first for me anyway.
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posted on Sep, 15 2014 @ 10:40 PM
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originally posted by: Nyiah
Quakes of note today:

M4.7 - 39km NNE of AElvdalen, Sweden
M5.4 - 81km E of Le Vauclin, Martinique
M4.0 - 6km S of Guthrie, Oklahoma

That one in Sweden caught my eye straight away. I can't remember ever seeing one listed for there. I'm sure it happens from time to time, but it's a first for me anyway.

it is just the beginning of crustal displacement, not long now before the whole thing destabilizes.



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