Posts treating: "earthquakes"
Thursday, 04 February 2016
Today (04-February-2016) an magnitude 3,1 earthquake took place in south Tjörnes Fracture Zone. I don’t know if this earthquake was felt in nearby village of Kópasker. The earthquake swarm on Tjörnes Fracture Zone, the green star is the … Continue reading
Tonight at 19:50 UTC a magnitude 3,9 earthquake took place in Krýsuvík volcano. This earthquake is not volcano related, this is a tectonic earthquake and has started a minor earthquake swarm in Krýsuvík area. Other earthquakes so far … Continue reading
In 2006 I started recording earthquakes in Iceland for the first time. At the time I was living in Hvammstangi, Iceland (currently I am doing so now, but that won’t be for much longer). The first hardware that … Continue reading
My last article on Toronto seismicity is not a be-all and end-all theory of earthquakes, but rather a series of hypotheses that can be easily tested for a few bucks. The problem is that all the powers that control us are against it. I'm talking Big Oil, Big Nuclear, Big Government and all that. To be kind, they are not actively against it, they are ignoring it, like vw and diesels.
Lest we forget. Alaska just had an M7.1 that woke everybody up, but no damage. That's the trouble with preparing for earthquakes in this neck of the woods -- those in power say we're no Alaska or California, blah, blah. Problem is that a rare earthquake for them is an 8 or 9, for us it's a 6 or 7.
This is the latest seismicity map for Southern Ontario. The two lines mirror the two
Today (21-January-2016) the earthquake swarm on Tjörnes Fracture Zone continued after a little stop. This type it was the earthquake swarm on the south end (next to Kópasker village) that started to increase. The change happened around 02:30 … Continue reading
The earthquake swarm on Tjörnes Fracture Zone (TFZ) that started on 12-Januar-2016 continues. The earthquake swarm is now smaller then in last few days, largest earthquake in past 48 hours had the magnitude of 3,3 with the depth … Continue reading
Nobody is going to step into this mess now. Anybody who admits studying any of this will be subpoenaed again and again and crucified in court. Even Austin will forget anything he knew! The busgus will run, saying they only monitored earthquakes because OK got out of it. Those commenters that the newspapers use will say they were just talking off the top of their heads,
Two lawsuits were filed within days of each other in Oklahoma, claiming that energy companies engaged in hydraulic fracturing and underground disposal of produced water are causing earthquakes throughout the state. These lawsuits probably come as no surprise to the industry after the Sierra Club recently threatened to sue four oil companies for contributing to … Continue
For the last 48 hours around 217 earthquakes have been detected in south Tjörnes Fracture Zone. Largest earthquake so far had the magnitude of 3,2 with depth of 6,2 km. Current depth of the earthquakes taking place shows … Continue reading
Yesterday (12-January-2016) an earthquake swarm started in Tjörnes Facture Zone, south part of it. The earthquake swarm it self was a minor one, with strongest magnitude earthquake at magnitude 2,4. Other earthquakes so far have been smaller in … Continue reading
During the night (11-January-2016) few minor earthquakes took place in Hekla volcano. None of the earthquakes did go over magnitude 2,0. The earthquake activity in Hekla volcano (right). Copyright of this image belongs to Iceland Met Office. No … Continue reading
Today (04-Januar-2016) a fresh earthquake activity took place in Bárðarbunga volcano. The largest earthquake had the magnitude of 3,3 and the smaller earthquake had a magnitude of 3,2. Other earthquakes in this earthquake swarm where smaller in magnitude. … Continue reading
The new year (2016) stars with two minor earthquake swarms in Iceland. Both earthquake swarms are small in both earthquake magnitude and number of earthquakes. Reykjanes Ridge earthquake swarm The earthquake swarm on the Reykjanes ridge started at … Continue reading
I like this article because it goes into the danger of trying to extract signal from noise for a correlation. People then want to use this correlation to predict future events. This happens all the time in earthquake studies, but was a new thing for climate.
For earthquakes, people are so jaded by the numerous attempts that they demand physics. The electromagnetic signals are
The earthquake swarm in Prestahnúkur volcano is ongoing with breaks. The fault that is moving is around 5 to 15 km long at the moment (based on the map). The largest earthquake so far has had the magnitude … Continue reading
Yesterday (10-December-2015) a earthquake swarm started in south-west Langjökull (Prestahnúkur volcano [Wikipedia page here]). Currently the earthquake swarm is ongoing. This is a slow earthquake swarm so far, not creating many earthquake over period of one hour. Largest … Continue reading
On 7-December-2015 a minor earthquake swarm took place in Krafla volcano. The strongest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 3,2. I don’t know if it was felt in nearby town. It was followed by few minor … Continue reading
Today (03-December-2015) a small earthquake swarm took place in Torfajökull volcano. This was a small earthquake swarm and none of the earthquakes did go above magnitude 2,0. Depth suggests that origins of this earthquake swarm can be traced … Continue reading
Some people say they could never live in California. The earthquakes are scary and the state will fall into the sea. The politics are too crazy. It's an urban hell. Californians are too flaky. Pick you reason. But there are things that are undeniably nice about California. Our fall season is one of them.
Oh, it's true that my fair state can hardly compete with the extravaganza of