Posts treating: "earthquakes"
Wednesday, 01 April 2015
Today (31-March-2015) there has been a minor earthquake swarm in Krísuvík volcano. Total number of detected earthquakes was 27 so far. The earthquake swarm in Krísuvík volcano today. Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic Met Office. Largest … Continue reading
The lakes along the Great African Rift Valley are among the largest fresh water lakes in the world. They lie in depressions created by slow stretching and thinning of the east African continent over millions of years. Many of the essential geological structures that enable the continent to tear and produce earthquakes are hidden within
As we recall in our continuing saga, Texas allows saltwater injection, and has never had earthquakes with this. But, greed being what it is, the injectors are tempted by the Fruits of Satan, which in this case means gas-frack waste. They mix it in and are shocked, shocked to get earthquakes. Then it takes forever for them to secretly own up, and you get a big mess, like up in Dallas.
During the night (on 21-March-2015) a minor earthquake swarm took place close to Eldeyjardrangar on Reykjanes ridge. Largest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 3,2. Total number of earthquakes in this swarm was around 30. Earthquake … Continue reading
Today (19-March-2015) at 15:24 UTC a minor earthquake swarm started on the Reykjanes ridge. This earthquake swarm was minor, it however might be clue that more activity might happen soon in this part of the Reykjanes ridge. The … Continue reading
The Earth Institute’s Haiti Research and Policy Program launched its Spring 2015 Haiti Dialogue Series March 5 by welcoming Patrick Meier to share his perspective on the evolution of the crisis mapper community that emerged in response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and has evolved into a global Digital Humanitarian Network. The presentation reinforced our arguments
Normally if they get the injection to stop, then the earthquakes stop dead. But these earthquakes are migrating up NE megathrust. Somebody is injecting there and we can expect more and larger
It’s our final (for now) installment of Women in Geoblogging. Oh, there will be more – I’ll be doing a follow-up for the blogs I’ve missed! For now, let’s go out with a...
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While it has long been known that 'fracking' byproducts and waste water well injections can and do cause earthquakes, it seems that in Oklahoma, that fact was suppressed to protect the oil industry. According to an article on Rawstory, University of Oklahoma President David Boren pressured subordinates to either downplay or remain silent on the issue after being pressured by oil executives.Waste water well injections pump millions of gallons of chemical-laden liquid into 'waste water [...]
During the night (3-March-2015) there was a minor earthquake swarm on the Reykjanes ridge. Largest earthquake had the magnitude of 3,1. Other earthquakes where smaller. Earthquake activity on the Reykjanes ridge during the night. Copyright of this image … Continue reading
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And again it’s almost the start of a weekend! I collected some nice links for you, I hope you like them. Today is Friday and here are your links! The recent Mw 6.0 Wilberforce earthquake in New Zealand has generated a set of landslides. And by writing a set, I mean over 2000. Read this post on a report on all the landslides. Over 3600 earthquakes have been recorded in Oklahoma since 2009. A recent study finds out that preexisting faults
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At 18:59 UTC today (13-February-2015) a magnitude 7,1 earthquake (USGS) took place deep south of the Reykjanes Ridge. EMSC is reporting this earthquake having the magnitude of 6,8 (link). This earthquake was 1401 km south of Reykjavík, Iceland. … Continue reading
People should know that not all earthquakes are the same. Some earthquakes of larger magnitudes do not produce such an intensity. This was obviously a shallow thrust, and the town of Anthony was in the hammer zone. Nobody can take a lot of these without the house falling apart.
In the Tulsa World article, it was pointed out that the insurance companies may never pay. I'm saying they
Ah, a few more injection wells put on 'Yellow Light'. I wonder if they are really going to keep up this closing business as the 4's come in fast and furious.
Look at that felt area!
Oblique normal along the NE megathrust.
That whole upper zone is totally disorganized, and still able to pop off these 4+ earthquakes. I have high hopes if they forget their little restrictions on
sltrib.com Residents of the southern Utah hamlet of Richfield had a mildly disturbing interruption to their slumber early Thursday morning — a 3.1 magnitude earthquake. READ MORE See the USGS Report
Wow, and I thought they would get to 5's at least. The earthquake mechanism has advanced to the point where 4's are an every-day occurrence. I didn't think they would take action on those. That would explain why earthquakes have moved further north. They might not be shutting down a lot of wells, but nobody is going to inject frack waste where there has been an M4. These
During the night and today there has been a minor earthquake swarm activity on the Tjörnes Fracture Zone (TFZ). Largest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 3,1, so far 59 earthquakes have happened. The earthquake swarm … Continue reading
Yeah for my Montreal boredom! Snowed in, but there are earthquakes!
Very deep, people would only feel it if they are on swamps.
New USGS colour scheme. Great subduction zone downward thrust. The fault plane should be a bit more
I told you it would happen again. The idiot son decides to mix in surface water (fracking waste) into the salt water injection well, and we get another series of earthquakes.
Right now these are poorly located. They should be right on top of each other. This is a fine game of Whack-a-Mole, and let's see how big we get. :)
**Remember, if anybody in Texas were honest we'd know how