Earth Quake statistics & Locations

#41
Tuesday January 3 2017, 21:56:08 UTC

108 minutes ago
South of Fiji Islands.
Magnitude 5.4
Depth in Kilometers 295.0
GeoScience Australia



Tuesday January 3 2017, 21:52:33 UTC

103 minutes ago
Fiji Islands Region.
Magnitude 7.1
Depth in Kilometers 30.0
GeoScience Australia

Tuesday January 3 2017, 21:52:31 UTC

103 minutes ago
221km SW of Nadi, Fiji
Magnitude 6.9
Depth in Kilometers 17.1
USGS Feed

Tuesday January 3 2017, 21:52:27 UTC

103 minutes ago(from this post time)
227km SW of Nadi, Fiji
Magnitude 7.2
Depth in Kilometers 10.0
USGS Feed




Tuesday January 3 2017, 19:27:58 UTCSouth of the Fiji Islands

Magnitude 4.9
Depth in Kilometers 550.6
USGS Feed

Monday January 2 2017, 22:07:49 UTC

Minahassa Peninsula, Sulawesi.
Magnitude 6.3
Kilometers in Depth 178.0
GeoScience Australia



Monday January 2 2017, 19:25:50 UTC

Banda Sea.
Magnitude 5.2
Kilometers in Depth 204.0
GeoScience Australia

Monday January 2 2017, 16:04:14 UTC

Reykjanes Ridge
Magnitude 4.7
Kilometers in Depth 11.1
USGS Feed


Monday January 2 2017, 13:13:48 UTCgo

40km E of Barranca, Peru
Magnitude  5.9
Kilometers in Depth 108.4
USGS Feed



Monday January 2 2017, 13:14:07 UTC

South of Fiji Islands.
Magnitude  6.3
Kilometers in Depth 600.0
GeoScience Australia

Monday January 2 2017, 13:14:02 UTC
South of the Fiji Islands
Magnitude  6.3
Kilometers in Depth 555.1
USGS Feed


Monday January 2 2017, 10:15:19 UTC
South of Fiji Islands.
Magnitude 5.6
Kilometers in Depth 600.0
GeoScience Australia

Monday January 2 2017, 10:15:17 UTC
South of the Fiji Islands
Magnitude 4.9
Kilometers in Depth 561.1
USGS Feed


Monday January 2 2017, 06:19:14 UTC
Kermadec Islands region

Magnitude 5.1
Depth in Kilometers 15.8
USGS Feed

Monday January 2 2017, 00:13:07 UTC

Southwest Indian Ridge
Magnitude 5.1
Depth in Kilometers 10.0
USGS Feed
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#42
i am wondering if this is migratory presure from the pacific plate.
considering the depth i would expect the potential of a 6.0 to 6.5 within 2 to 3 weeks of around 65% chance if there is no smaller quakes to release the pressure.


Type: EarthQuake
3 hours ago
Magnitude: 4.2
DateTime: 2017-01-03 19:26:09
Region: 28km S of Jarm, Afghanistan
Depth: 205.02
Source: USGS Feed

Type: EarthQuake
3 hours ago
Magnitude: 4.6
DateTime: 2017-01-03 19:04:01
Region: 41km WNW of Kuqa, China
Depth: 24.3
Source: USGS Feed

Type: EarthQuake
9 hours ago
Magnitude: 5.1
DateTime: 2017-01-03 12:49:53
Region: 38km SSE of Mawlaik, Burma
Depth: 93.19
Source: USGS Feed
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#43
Friday January 6 2017, 06:15:56 UTC

2 hours ago
Southern Sumatra, Indonesia.
Magnitude 5.2
Depth in kilometers 100.0
GeoScience Australia
Friday January 6 2017, 06:15:55 UTC
2 hours ago
87km S of Sungaipenuh, Indonesia
5.0
91.9
USGS Feed



Friday January 6 2017, 06:30:33 UTC


82km NE of San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
Magnitude 5.7
Depth in Kilometers 142.2
USGS Feed
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#44
i noticed a key indicator mid atlantic ridge North of Ascension Island
and then noticed consistant deep movement along the east plate boundary south american build up over the last week
with rising frequency and magnitude
ive been a bit tardy lately as im working long hours

i have noticed just before big quakes there is a patern of quake frequency and size from consistant quakes geting closer together and then it will jump in magnitude then go back down to a little bigger, then jump again and will be the big one or then it will then be the big one next one after that.

soo it escalates in maginitude slightly but frequency gets quicker/closer together then suddenly a larger one, then one a little larger, then another slightly larger one, then one the same as the medium ones, then the big one.
though with them running this deep it probably wont be a big issue, but if it becomes very shallow above the depth of around 15kms then its a real nasty one.
hopefully it will quiet down or release some pressure out in the pacific ocean away from land.

M 5.1 - North of Ascension Island

Time2017-01-08 04:19:46 (UTC)
Location 3.877°S 12.122°W
Depth 10.0 km


M 5.0 - 56km WNW of San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina

Time 2017-01-08 01:04:42 (UTC)
Location 24.080°S 66.851°W
Depth 181.1 km


M 4.5 - 35km N of Chilecito, Argentina

Time 2017-01-07 04:56:10 (UTC)
Location 28.846°S 67.443°W
Depth 131.5 km

M 5.7 - 82km NE of San Pedro de Atacama, Chile
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2017-01-06 06:30:33 (UTC)
Location 22.361°S 67.679°W
Depth 142.2 km

M 4.1 - 85km WNW of San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina

Time 2017-01-04 15:44:01 (UTC)
Location 23.901°S 67.082°W
Depth 236.9 km

M 4.2 - 113km W of San Antonio de los Cobres, Argentina

Time 2017-01-02 14:01:30 (UTC)
Location 24.280°S 67.436°W
Depth 216.8 km

M 4.2 - 82km NNW of Vinchina, Argentina

Time 2017-01-02 01:07:15 (UTC)
Location 28.073°S 68.524°W
Depth 134.0 km
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#45
M 7.3 - 188km SSE of Tabiauan, Philippines
III
DYFI?
III
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2017-01-10 06:13:47 (UTC)
Location 4.463°N 122.575°E
Depth 612.7 km  

considering how deep this is i expect there will be something a lot shallower probably north on the west side of the mariana trench possibly(i hope not) maybe southern japan area considering the amount of movement there has been very deep around fiji and tonga and some larger quakes around alaska, this leaves
in my guess
possible build up around the japan fault lines.
maybe around taiwan
fingers crossed it will be nothing too big or shallow
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#46
M 5.1 - 72km ESE of Visokoi Island, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands

Time 2017-01-17 09:22:02 (UTC) Location56.855°S 26.049°W Depth 91.7 km

M 5.2 - Southwest of Africa

Time 2017-01-18 02:02:27 (UTC) Location52.949°S 9.992°E Depth 10.0 km

M 5.0 - Western Indian-Antarctic Ridge

Time 2017-01-19 10:15:57 (UTC) Location49.045°S 127.545°E Depth 10.0 km



M 7.9 - 41km WNW of Panguna, Papua New Guinea
IX
DYFI?
VIII
ShakeMap
YELLOW
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2017-01-22 04:30:23 (UTC)
Location 6.214°S 155.122°E
Depth 136.0 km

M 5.3 - West Chile Rise

Time 2017-01-22 07:44:23 (UTC) Location41.765°S 83.669°W Depth 10.0 km
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#47
M 5.0 - South Georgia Island region

Time         2017-01-24 02:38:40 (UTC)
Location   55.114°S 31.358°W
Depth       34.1 km

M 5.5 - 212km SE of Inarajan Village, Guam
II
DYFI?
II
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time       2017-01-24 09:38:32 (UTC)
Location 12.066°N 146.265°E
Depth     18.8 km

M 4.9 - Western Indian-Antarctic Ridge

Time        2017-01-29 08:03:19 (UTC)
Location  50.356°S 135.279°E
Depth     10.0 km

M 5.0 - 77km SE of Inarajan Village, Guam

Time       2017-01-29 13:47:41 (UTC)
Location 12.691°N 145.149°E
Depth     10.0 km

M 5.7 - 100km SSE of Raoul Island, New Zealand
III
DYFI?
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time         2017-01-29 14:59:51 (UTC)
Location   30.101°S 177.484°W
Depth      13.8 km

M 5.8 - Southwest Indian Ridge
I
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER


Time        2017-01-29 16:42:27 (UTC)
Location  29.201°S 61.243°E
Depth     10.0 km

M 5.4 - Drake Passage

Time        2017-01-29 17:38:49 (UTC)
Location  58.039°S 64.879°W
Depth     10.0 km

M 4.8 - 55km NNW of Agrihan, Northern Mariana Islands

Time        2017-01-29 23:35:37 (UTC)
Location  19.238°N 145.480°E
Depth      180.6 km

due to the locations and intensity i think this shows quite a bit of movement quite quickly over quite a big area.
with the rather large ridge quake i think this suggests quite a bit of movement.
ive not been monitoring for the last few weeks very closely due to work.
looking at all the movment on the 29th i wud not be surprised if there is a 7.0 to 7.4 in the works fairly soon and possibly maybe quite shallow, as shalow as 5 to 10 kms maybe on one of the fault lines that sticks.

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#48
ut oh
this tremmer pattern fits a few other big quakes i have seen with preceeding twin close together quakes of smaller magnitudes.

medium small happens
then a smaller one happens
both quakes are bigger than all the other regular ones
then another quake in the same place happens bigger
with another corresponding smaller quake bigger than the accompanying quake.. then the big one hits
time wise im not realy sure.
its the growing magnitude in the same place rather than 1 bigger one and then declining magniitude.

simplified its an ascending magnitude with 2 quakes happening on the same fault position.
fingers crossed it will just get smaller.

however the second accompanying quake was lower in magnitude than the first accompanying quake, so who knows.


1st
Intensity strong
Region intensity
moderate NZDT
Thu, Mar 2 2017, 5:17:44 am
Depth 9 km
Magnitude 4.7
Location20 km south-west of Cheviot
quake details...

then this one
1st accompanying quake
Intensity moderate
Region intensity light
NZDT Thu, Mar 2 2017, 5:20:28 am
Depth 8 km
Magnitude 3.6
Location 20 km south-west of Cheviot
quake details...

then this one
2nd Intensity severe
Region intensity strong
NZDT Thu, Mar 2 2017, 8:01:02 am
Depth 12 km
Magnitude 5.2
Location 20 km south-west of Cheviot

quake details...

then this one
2nd accompanying quake
Intensity moderate
Region intensity weak
NZDT Thu, Mar 2 2017, 8:10:12 am
Depth 8 km
Magnitude 3.3
Location 25 km south-east of Culverden

quake details...
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#49
noticed this very odd place to have a quake



Tuesday March 7 2017, 11:03:28 UTC

3 hours ago
East of North Island, N.Z..
magnitude 5.4
Depth 60.0
GeoScience Australia
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so i had a bit of an oogle on google(well an official US scientific geology site actually)

and checked to see what happened around the same time the last quake here happened.

soo
here is the last quake in this region
M 5.0 - east of the North Island of New Zealand
Time 2010-02-09 10:21:42 (UTC)
Location 38.857°S 179.695°W
Depth 33.0 km

note this one is showing as twice as deep however the depths of these is not very accurate when measured from futher away
and here is what happened in that same year


Major Earthquakes around the World, 2010
Jan. 12 Haiti 7.0 over                       100k dead in a matter of seconds (this death rate was mostly due to lack of technology)
Feb 9th this odd quake off the coast of nz where almost no quakes ever happen(only 3 quakes in nearly 30 years)
Feb. 27 Maule region, Chile 8.8         MEGATHRUST
March 15 Biobío Region, Chile 7.2     525 dead
April 4 Baja California, Mexico 7.2      2 to 4 dead

Major Earthquakes around the World, 2010 - Infoplease
www.infoplease.com/world/disasters/earthquakes-2010.html
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#50
this looks interesting (when matched with some recent very deep stuff around fiji)

Monday March 13 2017, 08:49:06 UTC

8 hours ago
21km NE of Rota, Northern Mariana Islands
Magnitude 5.5
Depth in Kilometers 101.1
USGS Feed
Detail
Monday March 13 2017, 08:49:05 UTC
8 hours ago
18km N of Rota, Northern Mariana Islands
Magnitude 5.5
Depth in Kilometers 104.5
USGS Feed
Detail

Monday March 13 2017, 16:39:41 UTC

77 minutes ago
239km SE of Lambasa, Fiji
Magnitude 4.4
Depth in Kilometers 548.7
USGS Feed
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