Earth Quake statistics & Locations

M 4.8 - 45km WSW of Vallenar, Chile

Time 2019-06-13 16:12:32 (UTC)
Location 28.746°S 71.184°W
Depth 61.0 km

M 5.0 - 30km NW of Ovalle, Chile
V
DYFI?

Time 2019-06-13 22:50:10 (UTC)
Location 30.429°S 71.447°W
Depth 35.0 km

M 6.4 - 72km W of Coquimbo, Chile
V
DYFI?
V
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2019-06-14 00:19:12 (UTC)
Location 30.054°S 72.085°W
Depth 10.1 km

M 4.8 - 97km WSW of Coquimbo, Chile

Time 2019-06-14 00:24:13 (UTC)

Location 30.133°S 72.330°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.5 - 76km WSW of Coquimbo, Chile

II
DYFI?

Time 2019-06-14 01:38:26 (UTC)
Location 30.122°S 72.110°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.1 - 22km SW of Los Andes, Chile

V
DYFI?

Time 2019-06-14 04:14:36 (UTC)
Location 32.996°S 70.748°W
Depth 84.4 km

M 4.4 - 70km W of Coquimbo, Chile

II
DYFI?

Time 2019-06-14 04:21:23 (UTC)
Location 30.036°S 72.068°W
Depth 13.0 km

another set of small swarm quakes in Alaska
very small swarm quakes around California
almost nothing up the western pacific plate side up through japan.
little bit of movement Guam little deeper than normal &  deep as usual around Vanuatu & Papua New Guinea

tiny bit of movement in indonesia, if they dont get a set of 4's and 5's for a few days in the next week or 2 then i might expect something closer to a 6 in about 3 weeks
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M 5.1 - 108km SW of Puerto Madero, Mexico

Time 2019-06-14 16:26:26 (UTC)
Location 14.136°N 93.234°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.6 - 87km WSW of Puerto Madero, Mexico

Time 2019-06-14 16:34:45 (UTC)
Location 14.368°N 93.152°W
Depth 10.0 km


M 5.0 - 80km WSW of Puerto Madero, Mexico

Time 2019-06-14 18:12:59 (UTC)
Location 14.374°N 93.080°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.2 - 68km WSW of Puerto Madero, Mexico

Time 2019-06-14 18:27:53 (UTC)
Location 14.411°N 92.967°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 4.7 - 74km WSW of Puerto Madero, Mexico

Time 2019-06-14 18:36:26 (UTC)
Location 14.409°N 93.040°W
Depth 10.0 km
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M 6.1 - 97km ENE of `Ohonua, Tonga
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2019-06-15 21:56:09 (UTC)
Location 21.142°S 174.032°W
Depth 10.0 km

M 7.2 - 103km NE of L'Esperance Rock, New Zealand
VIII
DYFI?
VII
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-06-15 22:55:02 (UTC)
Location 30.805°S 178.095°W
Depth 34.4 km

lucky this 7.2(7.4) was fairly deep resulting in no tsunami. a warning was put in place through out the region to allow people to save their lives had a tsunami been created then once it was discovered there was no significant threat it was lifted
3.5 hours ago from this post
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M 6.0 - 135km ENE of L'Esperance Rock, New Zealand
I
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

Time 2019-06-17 06:02:05 (UTC)
Location 30.938°S 177.597°W
Depth 16.0 km

massive amount of activity around here.
soo much so that i am looking to indicators of continued deep movement around fiji and the other islands with new deep movement through indonesia

M 5.0 - 20km SSW of Lailunggi, Indonesia

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-06-16 20:13:57 (UTC)
Location 10.351°S 120.055°E
Depth 52.1 km


M 5.0 - 256km WNW of Saumlaki, Indonesia
IV
DYFI?

Time 2019-06-17 04:01:50 (UTC)
Location 6.824°S 129.283°E
Depth 175.1 km

M 5.5 - 42km SE of Watubuku, Indonesia
IV
DYFI?
IV
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-06-17 05:43:31 (UTC)
Location8.850°S 123.036°E
Depth 109.1 km


soo i am looking where there is very little to no movement for a while and that is the Philippines

after doing a bit of looking back at previous quakes, it appears there is a large 7.8 size every 2 years around the Philippines and Indonesia.
this seems to be overdue by almost a year.
from roughly looking at that data, statistically there is only around a 10% chance that 7.8 is shallow enough to the surface or close enough to the land to cause any serious issues.
but these things cant really be predicted.
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10 kms off the west coast of japan 16kms deep
early data may be updated.

M 6.4 - 33km WSW of Tsuruoka, Japan
IV
DYFI?

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-06-18 13:22:20 (UTC)
Location 38.635°N 139.454°E
Depth 16.1 km


pacific tsunami warning center results show a magnitude 6.8 but at a greater depth no current tsunami warning/threat though this may change
japan likely has a warning on coastal areas for strong tidal currents as a possible cautionary warning.

Event Information
Earthquake
Location: near the west coast of Honshu, Japan
Magnitude: 6.8
Event Depth : 21 Mi.
Lat : 38.6 ° N
Lon : 139.5 ° E
Origin Time
6/19/2019, 1:22:19 AM
Message(s)
(Guam/CNMI) Info Stmt #1
(American Samoa) Info Stmt #1
(AK/BC/West Coast) Info Stmt #1
(Hawaii) Info Stmt #1
(Non-US/Canada Pacific) Info Stmt #1

Officials say tsunami up to one meter high are expected along the coasts of Yamagata, Niigata and Ishikawa Prefectures.
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we are now globally entering a new phase of natural disaster
now that we have massive amounts of rain in places over very short time where there is quakes, it presents a new natural disaster of landslides.

hillsides that have stood for over 100 years etc can slide from being soaked with a years worth of rain in just a day or soo on top of being already wet.
then a quake happens and the landslide starts.
or the heavy rain comes after a quake with smaller quakes afterward triggering land slides.

liquefaction may be an increasing issue around such heavily saturated areas.

M 6.4 - 140km NE of L'Esperance Rock, New Zealand
I
ShakeMap
GREEN
PAGER

[Image: tsunami.jpg]

Time 2019-06-19 07:01:42 (UTC)
Location 30.600°S 177.787°W
Depth 10.0 km
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(Yesterday 01:21 AM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: we are now globally entering a new phase of natural disaster
now that we have massive amounts of rain in places over very short time where there is quakes, it presents a new natural disaster of landslides.

hillsides that have stood for over 100 years etc can slide from being soaked with a years worth of rain in just a day or soo on top of being already wet.
then a quake happens and the landslide starts.
or the heavy rain comes after a quake with smaller quakes afterward triggering land slides.

liquefaction may be an increasing issue around such heavily saturated areas.


In course of wondering about the tally of global-wide calamities so far this year... Wasn't aware that GDACS actually had a live site mapping and charting the range of disasters from floods, droughts, volcanoes, tropical cyclones, and earthquakes. New events over the last four days in bold, with older ones in faded font.

Global Disaster Alert And Coordination System
http://www.gdacs.org/

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(Today 01:48 AM)C C Wrote:
(Yesterday 01:21 AM)RainbowUnicorn Wrote: we are now globally entering a new phase of natural disaster
now that we have massive amounts of rain in places over very short time where there is quakes, it presents a new natural disaster of landslides.

hillsides that have stood for over 100 years etc can slide from being soaked with a years worth of rain in just a day or soo on top of being already wet.
then a quake happens and the landslide starts.
or the heavy rain comes after a quake with smaller quakes afterward triggering land slides.

liquefaction may be an increasing issue around such heavily saturated areas.


In course of wondering about the tally of global-wide calamities so far this year... Wasn't aware that GDACS actually had a live site mapping and charting the range of disasters from floods, droughts, volcanoes, tropical cyclones, and earthquakes. New events over the last four days in bold, with older ones in faded font.  

Global Disaster Alert And Coordination System
http://www.gdacs.org/

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thanks, will have to have a look at it.
i forget why i stopped looking at the previous one i use to use.


south east asia is well over due for a big one fyi

with all this movement around the plate edge over the last 2 weeks and still nothing significant in indo/Philippines....
its a matter of when not if.
'where' is the big issue and how deep.
there has been many 7.8 size quakes that have had little to no effect because of their location and depth.

the activity around the kermadecs etc seems unusual
but the sun spots are 0 and the solar wind is maxing and the moon is full
hhmmm..
i noticed some historic larger quakes with no smaller lead up quakes around such conditions on occasions.
the activity dies down to almost nothing, then a large quake in a semi isolated position while all the normal activity almost stops.
i didnt track the solar activity of those only planetary alignment and luna cycle.

i think japan could well do with some xray of their hillside areas.
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