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originally posted by: Anneke
Well, at least Solomon has had their main aftershock. New Zealand is still waiting for theirs! I'll be in Wellington for Xmas and Nelson for Boxing Day. Please, no xmas natural disasters this year!
EQ ID,Net Src,Date/Time UTC,Latitude,Longitude,Magnitude,Depth(Km),Location
20007ztn, us, 2016-12-10 16:24:36, -5.659, 154.488, 6.1, 157.0, Solomon Isls. (193)
20007zlq, us, 2016-12-09 19:10:07, -10.729, 161.107, 6.9, 20.5, Solomon Isls. (193)
20007zbn, us, 2016-12-08 21:56:07, -10.827, 161.304, 6.5, 14.6, Solomon Isls. (193)
20007z80, us, 2016-12-08 17:38:46, -10.676, 161.329, 7.8, 41.0, Solomon Isls. (193)
originally posted by: muzzy
a reply to: PuterMan
I wonder if this is what is creating the waves on my Timeline graphs as well?
You can notice it on most of the longer term graphs, especially along the bottom where the micro quakes are at,
is it possible that the 50mm rise and fall of the crust is causing this?
each time the crust goes up or goes down the rock cracks slightly causing for example a .03 magnitude earthquake that only the seismos can detect.......