Posts treating: "earthquakes"
Tuesday, 24 February 2015
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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
Iceland Volcano and Earthquake blog [2015-02-13 23:59:16]
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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
Yesterday (29-January-2015) a minor earthquake swarm took place on the Reykjanes Ridge. Total number of earthquakes was something around twenty or close to it. The earthquake swarm on the Reykjanes ridge. Copyright of this image belongs to Icelandic … Continue reading
Yesterday (29-January-2015) there was a minor earthquake swarm in small mountain named Helgafell on the Reykjanes peninsula. Largest earthquake in this swarm had the magnitude of 3,2 and was felt in Hafnarfjöður, a town closest to the source … Continue reading
A moderate (for the UK) M3.8 earthquake occurred last night near Oakham in Rutland, England. The recording above made at the University of Keele on our 6TD seismometer shows the three-components of ground motion (up-down; north-south; east-west) and nicely shows the arrival of P-waves and S-waves. Our record from our SEP-1 school’s seismometer is not
Typhoon Mekkhala at 2 p.m. Eastern Time Friday3:00 a.m. Saturday local time in Manilafrom CNN.COMThe image at the left was taken approximately six hours before Pope Francis is to fly into Tacloban (see location) to conduct a mass before tens to hundreds of people at 9:30 a.m. local time (8:30 p.m. Friday night ET). CNN is describing this as "likely to be a soggy, windy experience with a measure of peril." Between 13 and 15 cm of rain are forecast (Tacloban and Manila, respectively, more at [...]
New earthquake swarm started in Tungafellsjökull volcano earlier today (13-January-2015). The earthquakes start at 13 km depth and go up to around 2 km depth far as I can tell. Earthquake activity in Tungafellsjökull volcano for the last … Continue reading
Geology in the West Country [2015-01-12 12:33:00]
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Science without borders: Unravelling the mysteries of Mt. Paektu Volcano, North KoreaDr. James Hammond, NERC Research Fellow, Department of Earth Science and Engineering, Imperial College LondonMt. Paektu volcano (otherwise known as Changbaishan in China) is a stratovolcano on the North Korea/China border. In the 10th century it was responsible for one of the largest eruptions in the last 2000 years, forming a 5 km wide caldera at the volcano summit with ash fall as far away as [...]
Spain may not be as famous for its earthquakes as Greece, Turkey or Italy, but significant events do shake the western part of the Mediterranean, too. Numerous paleoseismological and archaeoseismological studies as well as research on historical quakes have been undertaken on the Iberian peninsula. A new book was now published by the IGME which collects all the information currently available on the geological effects of earthquakes in Spain. The book is in Spanish and available for free [...]
If I ever become ridiculously rich, I’m going to open up a geological theme park. Can you imagine the rides? Earthquakes, volcanoes, landslides, and more – all very exciting. And...
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M5.2 a the top end. I only did this because of the cute picture.
Although it is aesthetic, it doesn't mean anything in
Yesterday (Sunday 28-Desember-2014) a minor earthquake swarm took place close to Kolbeinsey Island (part of Kolbeinsey ridge). Due to distance it is difficult to know how many earthquakes took place since only largest earthquakes are recorded by the … Continue reading