Posts treating: "earthquakes"
Thursday, 30 July 2015
I had this title in my Earthquakes g+ collection. As you know, g+ is for people who don't talk much, and that's a lousy basis for social network. It will never pull in more money than it costs.
Basically, the title refers to the massive purge of earthquake intellect from that fine state. Nobody will now touch it with a barge-pole, except me. The last investigative journalists from Tulsa
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For the past few days there has been summer earthquake activity in Katla volcano. None of the earthquake have reached magnitude 2,0 so far. Earthquake activity in Katla volcano. Copyright of this image belongs to Iceland Meteorological Office. … Continue reading
Earthquake swarm started on TFZ on 27-July-2015. At the moment this earthquake swarm is minor with no earthquake reaching the magnitude of 3,0. That might change without warning. The earthquake swarm on Tjörnes fracture zone. Copyright of this … Continue reading
Since last weekend there has been a minor earthquake swarm taking place in Torfajökull volcano. This appears to be normal earthquake activity for this volcano, it often has this type of swarm activity, mostly due to changes in … Continue reading
On Thursday 9-July-2015 an earthquake swarm started in Tungnafellsjökull volcano. So far around 50 earthquakes have been recorded in Tungnafellsjökull volcano, the earthquake swarm is currently ongoing. None of the earthquakes that have happened so far have reached … Continue reading
I'm really going to say that the rate of increase of magnitude is down. Kansas is enjoying a summer holiday, but Ok. City had a big flurry last week. It's interesting to think how the rate should go up as the earthquakes become larger. Since the magnitude scale is exponential, and the fault area goes by the square, some things should slow down. Stress corrosion would go on a steady rate
Yesterday (07-July-2015) there was a small earthquake swarm on the Reykjanes ridge. Largest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 3,3. Other earthquakes where smaller. At the moment it appears that the activity in this part of … Continue reading
Rare earthquake swarm has been taking place in Western Fracture Zone in Iceland. This fracture zone is between Western Volcanic Zone (WVZ) and Snæfellsnes volcanoes. It is mostly dormant with no earthquake activity at all. When earthquake activity … Continue reading
Did anyone feel the minor jolt in southern Utah on Saturday? Read further for more details on the minor event. deseretnews.com A 4.0-magnitude earthquake shook the earth beneath a few small towns in southern Utah Saturday. READ
Without a doubt, subduction zones are the most dangerous plate boundaries on the planet. Divergent plate boundaries produce earthquakes and occasional volcanoes, but nothing on the fearsome scale of the calderas and stratovolcanoes and magnitude 9 earthquakes experienced at convergent boundaries. Transform boundaries produce earthquakes, but they are magnitudes smaller than those produced
Today (01-July-2015) earthquake activity continued on the Reykjanes ridge, largest earthquakes so far are magnitude 5,0 (EMSC information here). Second largest earthquake had magnitude 4,8, other earthquakes have been smaller in magnitude. Total of 35 earthquakes that have … Continue reading
standard.net Last week, while Davis County residents went about their routines, officials dealt with the aftermaths of two 6.5 simulated earthquakes that rocked Farmington and Bountiful. READ
Around 21:00 UTC today (30-June-2015) a strong earthquake swarm started on the Reykjanes ridge. So far the largest earthquake had the magnitude of 4,2, this has not been reviewed so it might be larger or smaller once reviewed. … Continue reading
The Mw7.3 Landers, California earthquake occurred on June 28, 1992 (USGS page). It is known for a number of interesting features including significant foreshocks and a complex multifault rupture. I was very much interested the surface rupture pattern and had the good fortune of responding quickly to the event with Dallas Rhodes as well as my fellow graduate students. To be there right after the event (in the rather hot summer Mojave Desert) was very exciting. We worked along the Emerson Fault [...]
During the night of 12-June-2015 a minor earthquake swarm took place on the edge of SISZ (South Iceland Seismic Zone). Around 9 earthquakes where detected, largest earthquake had the magnitude of 2,9. Earthquake swarm on the SISZ, it … Continue reading
During the night of 11-June-2015 an earthquake swarm took place on the Reykjanes ridge. This was a medium sized earthquake swarm, so far 151 earthquake have taken place. The earthquake swarm on the Reykjanes ridge, green stars are … Continue reading
Yesterday (29-May-2015) there was a strong earthquake swarm in Krýsuvík volcano. Largest earthquake had the magnitude of 4,0, a smaller magnitude 3,1 earthquake also took place. Green star shows the location of the magnitude 3,1 and 4,0 earthquakes. … Continue reading
Maybe some of you have seen the new movie “San Andreas.” So what could we expect to happen in the event of a giant earthquake on the San Andreas Fault? Read more in this article to find out. smithsonianmag.com A giant earthquake will strike California this summer. Skyscrapers will topple, the Hoover Dam will crumble
I'm going to visit my son in California and I have two things on my mind - earthquakes and drought. Both are the result of high-energy processes in our good old Earth.
The first is drought. California has had a very long drought so far. However, looking at tree rings and such, 100 year droughts are common, and very long droughts have wiped out ancient civilizations. It is the natural