Earth Quake statistics & Locations

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with soo many large-ish quakes, the chance of a large aftershock at a much shallower depth could have the potential of increased risk of tsunami
this is what i am wondering.

Volcanic alert level raised for Mt. Hakone


Japan's Meteorological Agency has raised the volcanic alert level for Mount Hakone, which is in a hot spring resort town outside Tokyo.

The agency boosted its alert level to two on a scale of five early Sunday. It is warning of the possibility of an eruption and large volcanic rocks falling around the crater in the Owakudani valley.

It's the first time in four years that the alert level for the volcano was set at two.

The agency made the decision after the number of volcanic earthquakes at Mount Hakone increased to 45 the day before. As of 9 a.m. on Sunday, 21 tremors have been observed.

The agency says small, shallow-focus quakes have been increasing in some areas near Mount Hakone since mid-March.

Officials of the town of Hakone have decided to restrict travel near the crater and have set up fences to block access.

A vendor near Owakudani said he's concerned because customers had just started to return after the eruption four years ago. He added that he is praying for the volcano to calm down and can only wait for it to do so.

The operator of Hakone Ropeway has suspended the service. A temporary bus service is running instead.

A man on a trip with his wife said he experienced shaking while eating. He said he is disappointed because he came to see the view of Mount Fuji from Owakudani.
A tourist from Australia said he was looking forward to taking the ropeway, but will try to find another way to enjoy nature in the area.
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M 4.4 - 22km ENE of Lautaro, Chile
III
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-22 22:42:29 (UTC)
Location 38.410°S 72.238°W
Depth 82.6 km

M 4.1 - 44km WSW of Santa Cruz, Chile
II
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-23 00:59:25 (UTC)
Location 34.797°S 71.810°W
Depth 48.1 km

M 4.7 - 100km SW of Paredon, Mexico
II
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-22 21:16:32 (UTC)
Location 15.320°N 94.454°W
Depth35.0 km

M 4.7 - 247km WSW of Tomatlan, Mexico

Time 2019-05-22 21:55:32 (UTC)
Location 18.712°N 107.222°W
Depth 10.0 km



M 6.1 - 55km ENE of Amatignak Island, Alaska
VIII
DYFI?
V
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time2019-05-23 08:45:18 (UTC)Location51.363°N 178.331°WDepth27.8 km

old historical


M 7.5 - Volcano Islands, Japan region
IV
DYFI?

Time 2007-09-28 13:38:57 (UTC)
Location 22.013°N 142.668°E
Depth 260.0 km


M 7.9 - near the east coast of Honshu, Japan
VIII
DYFI?
VIII
ShakeMap

Time 2011-03-11 06:15:40 (UTC)
Location 36.281°N 141.111°E
Depth 42.6 km

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_T%C5%...nd_tsunami

M 7.8 - 189km WNW of Chichi-shima, Japan
VI
DYFI?
III
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2015-05-30 11:23:02 (UTC)
Location 27.839°N 140.493°E
Depth 664.0 km

3 times in the region 4 years apart.
this is what i am wondering about

my guess is somewhere in the region of this one
2015-05-30
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M 4.6 - 7km NW of Sakado, Japan
III
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-24 03:40:17 (UTC)
Location 36.002°N 139.332°E
Depth 111.0 km


nothing out of the ordinary though a little deeper than normal.

by triangulating this quake with the angle of common movement of direction
this places a leaning toward naze island as the next place to require movement.


on the assumption that deep movement of this nature continues adding the angle of twist on the plate to be slightly higher than i anticipated by previous movement.

imagine a rope that is being shaken up and down or side to side to makes waves
you can touch the rope in different parts and make changes which effect how the end of the rope & certain waves crest or sharpen/change a little , but the over all movement remains the same basic process and all parts are subject to randomized and collective forces at all times based on minute un chartable differences like the strength and flexibility at certain points of the rope, air density, etc etc...


this is not a prediction
this is me attempting to anticipate a concept of motion
it never stays the same, it is like tumbling balls in a barrel constantly spinning
you cant accurately predict a specific ball in a specific place
that is scientifically impossibly
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M 8.0 - 75km SSE of Lagunas, Peru
VIII
DYFI?
VII
ShakeMap
YELLOW
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-05-26 07:41:14 (UTC)
Location 5.796°S 75.297°W
Depth 109.9 km

appears to be quite deep and in the middle of the jungle
aprox 100 kilometers away from the nearest towns
depending on the type of shake if landslides block a majour river then that damn breaks it could wipe out one of those towns, maybe 2.


but... i think its too deep to have that risk
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M 4.9 - 119km ENE of Naze, Japan

Time 2019-05-26 15:47:23 (UTC)
Location 28.874°N 130.561°E
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.6 - South of the Fiji Islands

Time 2019-05-26 20:57:33 (UTC)
Location 23.986°S 179.422°E
Depth 518.7 km

M 4.9 - 41km SSW of Ndoi Island, Fiji

Time 2019-05-27 01:56:18 (UTC)
Location 21.022°S 178.780°W
Depth 586.5 km



M 5.8 - 89km SSW of Homer, Alaska
V
DYFI?
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-05-27 09:52:21 (UTC)
Location 58.861°N 152.351°W
Depth 65.4 km
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interesting pattern on the plate boundary after the big  quake a few days ago.

M 4.4 - 40km W of Valparaiso, Chile
II
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-27 15:25:24 (UTC)
Location 33.034°S 72.060°W
Depth 16.8 km


M 4.4 - 44km W of Ovalle, Chile

Time 2019-05-27 21:56:15 (UTC)
Location 30.651°S 71.655°W
Depth 24.2 km



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M 5.8 - 52km NW of Visokoi Island, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2019-05-27 23:29:32 (UTC)
Location 56.314°S 27.680°W
Depth 120.3 km



M 4.6 - 52km WSW of Callao, Peru

IV
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-28 03:14:36 (UTC)
Location 12.263°S 77.585°W
Depth 35.0 km

M 4.7 - 52km SW of Acari, Peru

IV
DYFI?

Time 2019-05-28 03:28:17 (UTC)
Location 15.728°S 74.993°W
Depth 23.0 km
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