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    Re: The Earthquake/Seismic Activity Log #2

    Post  Carol on Wed May 30, 2018 9:55 am

    The Big Island keeps rocking and rollin due to ongoing volcanic eruptions with Kilauea.


    3.0
    4km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 14:23:18 (UTC)
    1.3 km
    2.5
    5km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 14:15:01 (UTC)
    1.9 km
    2.5
    6km NW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 14:04:19 (UTC)
    12.1 km
    2.5
    3km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:59:51 (UTC)
    0.9 km
    2.6
    4km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:57:46 (UTC)
    1.1 km
    2.5
    7km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:56:04 (UTC)
    3.1 km
    2.5
    5km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:14:50 (UTC)
    1.2 km
    3.3
    6km S of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:12:06 (UTC)
    2.1 km
    3.3
    3km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:12:04 (UTC)
    1.3 km
    2.6
    4km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:07:39 (UTC)
    -0.4 km
    2.5
    5km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 13:07:25 (UTC)
    1.7 km
    2.9
    5km W of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:57:02 (UTC)
    0.1 km
    2.6
    4km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:48:56 (UTC)
    0.3 km
    2.5
    3km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:40:51 (UTC)
    1.2 km
    2.6
    8km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:27:06 (UTC)
    -0.9 km
    2.5
    4km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:21:16 (UTC)
    0.8 km
    2.6
    7km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:14:45 (UTC)
    2.6 km
    2.6
    5km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:11:47 (UTC)
    -0.2 km
    3.0
    7km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:04:12 (UTC)
    -1.1 km
    2.9
    4km W of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 12:03:52 (UTC)
    0.1 km
    5.2
    95km SE of Isangel, Vanuatu
    2018-05-30 11:51:07 (UTC)
    22.4 km
    2.6
    8km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 11:21:52 (UTC)
    1.1 km
    2.5

    6km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 11:21:11 (UTC)
    0.9 km
    2.7
    4km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 11:05:06 (UTC)
    0.5 km
    2.5
    5km SW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 10:59:52 (UTC)
    0.3 km
    2.8
    2km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 10:57:49 (UTC)
    0.2 km
    2.5
    6km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 10:52:06 (UTC)
    0.5 km
    2.5
    4km WSW of Volcano, Hawaii
    2018-05-30 10:48:48 (UTC)
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    Re: The Earthquake/Seismic Activity Log #2

    Post  Carol on Sun Jun 03, 2018 9:50 am


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPLB50c3kOg
    6/2/18 10pm earthquake update dutchsinse


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    Re: The Earthquake/Seismic Activity Log #2

    Post  Carol on Thu Oct 04, 2018 9:06 am

    Update:

    HEADLINES: New Larger Earthquake activity 
    Increased Ring of Fire Activity


                                 

    - Learn more about volcanoes! Easy-to-understand e-Book:  http://pubs.usgs.gov/gip/volc/cover2.html  
    -  Generate and study your own seismic waves -   http://aspire.cosmic-ray.org/labs/seismic/index.htm


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    Post  Eartheart on Thu Oct 18, 2018 7:49 am



    No While its happning not so often, we got again a situation (and second time this year18)

    that all planets tend one side of the solarsystem in the spherical modell - and in that simulation

    it will stay so till 07 dez 18... Crazy Happy


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    Re: The Earthquake/Seismic Activity Log #2

    Post  Carol on Thu Oct 18, 2018 9:05 am


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmxcQbSsXa0
    10/17/18 6pm Earthquake Update Dutchsinse


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    Re: The Earthquake/Seismic Activity Log #2

    Post  Carol on Tue Oct 23, 2018 4:42 am


    Several powerful earthquakes strike off the shore of Canada

    October 22, 2018 12:56 AM
    Updated October 22, 2018 02:14 PM
    PORT HARDY, BRITISH COLUMBIA

    Several powerful earthquakes have been reported near Vancouver Island, Canada, including a magnitude 6.8.


    The U.S. Geological Survey says several powerful quakes were reported Sunday evening. The of the depth the largest is about 6 miles (10 kilometers) and it struck about 149 miles (239 kilometers) west of Tofino, Canada.

    Geophysicist Amy Vaughan says the three larger quakes ranged from magnitude 6.5 to 6.8 and that there were possibly some smaller ones as well as some aftershocks. Vaughan says the quakes were lightly felt onshore and that as of now no injuries were reported.

    The National Tsunami Warning Center tweeted that a tsunami is “Not expected.”

    Read more here: https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/nation-world/article220426710.html#storylink=cpy


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