Category: sea level rise


Done to by repeated earthquakes, storms and flood since 2010, threatened Christchurch home owners must avoid becoming political footballs in 2014, now. The silly season of public discourse is upon us, with the lack of real choice in general elections.

Already we have seen the pointless, predictable lurch between non-solutions twice: legal synthetic cannabis was made illegal with no means of transition for its victims; and our city council’s consultant’s report on its finances will next be matched by the Earthquake Minister’s – why didn’t the Mayor just save rate and tax payers this profligate expense? We already knew the parlous situation we are working through so why add to it by overpaying ‘experts’ just to state the obvious? For argument’s sake? As of today we’re being sold the pretend choice of who will be delivering tax cuts, from fake Beehive budget surplus, come September.

Descent into ‘he said, she said’ along National-Labour lines does not help struggling Christchurch and Canterbury one bit. With central and local government arguing over who must respond to the recent flood losses and realisations, affected communities must just get on with it.

Council’s Flooding Taskforce report is a good start in a concentrated timeframe, if only for highlighting what must follow it.[1] Immediate, simple steps are identified but mostly it’s the mapping that helps us.

District Plan change forecasts for 100-year sea level rise, in the range of climate change symptoms, were released updated in March. Already Christchurch is having to adapt to significant aqueous effects. This is our loud wake-up call.

Working against centralised solutions is the sheer scale of the problem. But now at least we can see it plain:

Christchurch Flooding Map 2014 - CCC Taskforce

Christchurch Flooding Map 2014 – CCC Taskforce


Since the earthquakes, communities have pulled together to get through each crisis. Now moving forward means getting more organised.

The Christchurch City Council’s Flooding Taskforce was a good start but now needs breaking down into manageable chunks and catchments. Each particular area needs to initiate its own flood taskforce – Dudley Creek / Flockton, Lower Avon, Southshore, Sumner, Heathcote Valley, Woolston and Lower Heathcote, Upper Heathcote (or Heathcote-Opawaho as a very large whole), Lyttelton, Little River, Akaroa, Kaiapoi, etc. Invite the authorities to advise your local area taskforce, once it is set up. Start with your own stretch of street and look towards contributing to catchment management, in the long term.

Communities must take this initiative for a number of reasons: you are best placed to respond to the next natural event; central resources are inadequate and stretched far too thin; discuss and decide what remedies you collectively judge appropriate for your area – river dredging, bank widening and embankment, floor raising, section walling or buy-out, etc. – because this locally agreed message is what the authorities need to hear; gain detailed knowledge of street property effects together but protect the values and information – supply the authorities with accurate statistics only, through your own elected spokespeople; “information is power” – your power, it is said.

The severe limitation of Mayor Dalziel’s report, in summary: “The extreme rainfall event on 4/5 March 2014 was not regular flooding and requires longer term solutions. It was therefore considered outside the scope of the Taskforce.”[3] And no spend for Southshore.

Locally, get your picture and voice crystal clear. Then it can be expressed most usefully to the powers that be, for action.

In the meantime, if there’s flooding tomorrow and you need help dealing with it, call Council on 941-8999 or lodge a Service Request online.[4] But do start talking to your neighbours about urgent response today.[5]

Update 22 May 2014:
Flood victims told they need to resolve problems themselves (3′ 10″) RadioNZ Morning Report
“At the first of the Christchurch City Council’s community meetings to look at flooding issues, residents on the Banks Peninsula have been told it is up to them to solve their own problems.”[6]

[1] http://www.ccc.govt.nz/cityleisure/projectstoimprovechristchurch/landdrainage/taskforce.aspx

[2] http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/southern/9961861/Fed-up-Heathcote-residents-want-action

[3] p.6. @ http://www.ccc.govt.nz/floodmitigation first draft: http://resources.ccc.govt.nz/files/CityLeisure/projectstoimprovechristchurch/landdrainage/FloodingTaskforceTechnicalReportCompressed.pdf

[4] http://www.ccc.govt.nz/homeliving/makeaqueryorreportaproblem/index.aspx

[5] CANTERBURY’S FLOOD AFFECTED RESIDENTS – https://www.facebook.com/groups/435162109919930/440052116097596/

[6] http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/2596857/flood-victims-told-they-need-to-resolve-problems-themselves

More:

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/10000094/Secretly-wanting-to-give-up-on-Chch “sold up, cashed up and ready to go.. a functioning metropolitan city will arise again too late.. We, and what was, are over.. The floods this year are finishing off hope amongst the wounded of our city.” – Greg Jackson 02/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10006722/Mayor-Cross-agency-flood-solution-needed 04/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10008102/River-debris-cleared-in-flooding-cleanup “Mayor Lianne Dalziel said that one option being considered was buying out properties in flood-affected areas.. It’s clear people want to stay.. if they can” 05/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10029993/Labour-calls-for-flood-relief-urgency 10/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10035287/Flooding-protection-could-cost-13-6m +
http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10034373/Government-holding-back-on-quake-costs 12/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/10036716/Flood-prone-residents-face-long-winter 13/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/10054364/High-Court-ruling-a-blow-for-residents Port Hills rockfall risks 17/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/opinion/editorials/10057855/Editorial-Flooding-data-gets-swamped “the problem seems to be even worse than the council understood” Press Editorial 19/05/2014

http://www.stuff.co.nz/the-press/10065978/Mayor-wants-help-for-flood-prone-right-now 21/05/2014

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Is there a moral in the story of Christchurch City Council under-insurance? – It has the power of turning tentative good news, of steady earthquake recovery, into bad; but for who?

The city leadership has sharp scrutiny upon it, and a public verdict will be delivered in the October elections this year. In not showing they realise that reconstruction MUST prioritise the east of the city, for rebuilding community social weight there, no incumbent is secure. That includes all infrastructure. Chief Executive responsibility?

The new reported lapse is signature of a council failing to care, of being too comfortable by far: Millions wasted in CCC blunder “$11 million insurance mistake by Christchurch City Council.. staff failed to insure the new $21m composting plant in Bromley when it opened in 2009” – The Press, 22/06/2013; and Editorial: Council can’t do the basic things “the composting plant’s lack of cover focuses concerns about the quality of the council’s overall administration”, 25/06/2013.

The crazy thing is, this recycling plant’s speedy recovery to service is a huge good news story – that the council needs to tell. Why hasn’t it?

Next to the Christchurch Estuary in the east, at Bromley, the Living Earth plant was not “destroyed in the earthquakes” as the Press editorial claims. It was significantly damaged, has had to be partially rebuilt in stages, but was up and running – serving the city’s green waste needs – promptly as it HAD TO, given the chaos all around. This was an admirable achievement of the council rebuild staff, and testament to some modern construction in a highly problematic place.

The downside has been for the composting plant’s neighbours, who have faced periodic odour and dust pollution as the rebuild proceeded. These were not new problems there, however.

Eighteen composting tunnels are being reconstructed, in batches of nine at a time, causing reduced capacity and increased risk of bad compost occasionally. The partial rebuild is running slightly ahead of schedule, with full capability of the plant on target for the coming spring. It is rough that the neighbouring businesses and residents have stench to deal with, as waste growth is accommodated through this plant. A range of measures have been implemented to reduce this and the dust effects. The number of complaints is consequently reducing.

From the Christchurch Estuary Association perspective, for which I am vice-chair, we are satisfied that the Living Earth plant is doing the best it can in very difficult circumstances.

The following pictures show the storm-water treatment pond of the plant, working under load at the start of the recent June rains, and very much as it should be. This is important to prevent excess pollutants, especially sediment, from escaping into Charlesworth Drain and from there to the estuary. An inspection tour was facilitated by Living Earth, through the Community Liaison Group that is part of their consent conditions, which enabled this documentary report:

Living Earth storm-water trap, 16 June 2013

Living Earth storm-water trap, 16 June 2013

Living Earth storm-water treatment pond, 16 June 2013

Living Earth storm-water treatment pond, 16 June 2013

It is another amazing council story, really, that Living Earth plant has kept calm and carried on as it has. For keeping waste quantities down in the Kate Valley landfill, and avoiding much higher costs, we sure need it to.

Kia ora

Ref. Living Earth website and Christchurch City Council (CCC) Organics video.

Kia ora koutou. ‘Happy New Year’.

A lot could be said with still much omitted in summarising the many significant events of 2012 – cyclones Sandy and Evan etc, Syria and Palestine conflicts etc – so I won’t attempt more of one. Except to say that recent research findings indicate how humanity really must act, NOW, to achieve a stabilised higher level of civilisation; or else most likely perish in very great numbers as the resource shortages and energy effects of this industrial century compound and intensify.*

1. World on track for 6C warming without carbon cuts, study shows “consultancy giant PwC finds an unprecedented 5.1 per cent annual cut in global emissions per unit of GDP, known as carbon intensity, is needed through to 2050 if the world is to avoid the worst effects of climate change and meet an internationally agreed target of limiting average temperature increases to just two degrees above pre-industrial levels. Such deep reductions in carbon intensity would be over six times greater than the 0.8 per cent average annual cuts achieved since 2000. The report also confirms that greatest rises in greenhouse gas emissions came from the emerging E7 economies of China, India, Brazil, Mexico, Russia, Indonesia and Turkey, whose cumulative 7.4 per cent annual increase in emissions swamped record levels of reductions in the UK, France, and Germany” – guardian.co.uk/environment, 5 November 2012: so only animal capitalist competition is prevailing in the emissions reduction battle, with record climatic disasters.[1]

2. That is consistent with our collective past, which we must understand and strive to transcend –
Oldest Arrowheads Hint at How Modern Humans Overtook Neandertals “Archaeologists excavating a cave on the southern coast of South Africa have recovered remains of the oldest known complex projectile weapons. The tiny stone blades, which were probably affixed to wooden shafts for use as arrows, date to 71,000 years ago and represent a sophisticated technological tradition that endured for thousands of years.. from a site called Pinnacle Point.. heat treatment of stone for 100,000 years.. the capacity for symbolic thinking arose in our common ancestor perhaps half a million years ago.. this projectile technology, which allows one to attack from a safe distance, would have given modern humans a significant edge during hunting and interpersonal conflict as they spread out of Africa into Europe and encountered the resident Neandertals equipped with handheld spears.. ‘if they were armed with the bow and arrow, they would have been more than a match for anything or anyone they met'” – blogs.scientificamerican.com, 7 November 2012.

Pinnacle arrow heads 2012

Pinnacle arrow heads 2012

Sibudu arrow heads 2010

Sibudu arrow heads 2010

Earlier, Oldest evidence of arrows found “excavated from layers of ancient sediment in Sibudu Cave in South Africa.. This is an indicator of a cognitively demanding behaviour.. Hunting with a bow and arrow requires intricate multi-staged planning, material collection and tool preparation and implies a range of innovative social and communication skills.. The discovery pushes back the development of ‘bow and arrow technology’ by at least 20,000 years.. modern humans in Africa 60,000 years ago had begun to hunt in a ‘new way’. Neanderthals and other early humans.. were likely to have been ‘ambush predators’, who needed to get close to their prey in order to dispatch them.. But the long gaps in the subsequent record of bows and arrows may mean that regular use of these weapons did not come until much later” BBC.co.uk/news, 26 Аugust 2010; & similar tellings of the story [2].

So the technologies of hunting and warfare have been integral to both human evolution and tribal survival for as long as our sub-species has been emerging. Could that ever change, such that permanent peace became possible? – Yes, but only through innovation of a conscious and dedicated super-tribal organisation, for the collective future. Let us get on with that urgent task.

Until these discoveries it was thought that “stone tools developed by our species Homo sapiens were no more sophisticated than those used by our extinct relatives the Neanderthals.. (Homo neanderthalensis) [who] appear in the fossil record about 400,000 years ago. At their peak, these squat, physically powerful hunters dominated a wide area spanning Britain and Iberia in the west, Israel in the south and Siberia in the east. Meanwhile, Homo sapiens evolved in Africa, and displaced the Neanderthals after spreading into Europe about 40,000 years ago. The last known evidence of Neanderthals comes from Gibraltar and is dated to between 28,000 and 24,000 years ago” – ‘Complexity’ of Neanderthal tools – news.bbc.co.uk, 26 August 2008.

Pioneer man ‘was human, not an ape man’ “our ancestors first moved to Britain much earlier than was previously thought.. settlement found in Happisburgh is thought to be 800,000 years old, 100,000 years earlier than discoveries had suggested man had even arrived here” – when much colder, using flint cutting tools – news.bbc.co.uk, 8 July 2010.

“Humans (Homo sapiens) are primates of the family Hominidae, and the only extant species of the genus Homo. They originated in Africa, where they reached anatomical modernity about 200,000 years ago and began to exhibit full behavioral modernity around 50,000 years ago” – wikipedia.org/wiki/Human.

“Homo is the genus of great apes that includes modern humans and species closely related to them. The genus is estimated to be about 2.3 to 2.4 million years old, possibly having evolved from australopithecine ancestors, with the appearance of Homo habilis” – wikipedia.org/wiki/Homo.

“It is suggested that the ancestors of gorillas and chimpanzees became more specialised in climbing vertical tree trunks, using a bent hip and bent knee posture which matches the knuckle-walking posture they use for ground travel. This was due to climate changes around 11 to 12 million years ago that affected forests in East and Central Africa so that there were periods when openings prevented travel through the tree canopy, and at these times ancestral hominids could have adapted the upright walking behaviour for ground travel. Humans are closely related to these apes” – wikipedia.org/wiki/Australopithecus.

Thus the direct link between climate change and human rEvolution goes back a very long way. Let us make the most of circumstances, yet again.

With organised agriculture long capable of feeding everyone on Earth, arms for securing food are almost redundant – once we develop a world of trust and full production – whereas arms do govern food’s unequal distribution. As recession promises depression, though, is a re-run of 1939-1945 actually more likely? Industrial destructive capacity has increased at least ten-fold since the 1940s, however, so this is a fate we cannot contemplate allowing world community to entertain.

[1] Bureau says 2012 a year of climatic extremes “record rainfalls and dry spells” & Fire warnings issued ahead of heatwave – abc.net.au/news, 3 January 2013 + 2012 in review: Environment “science spelt out the unprecedented temperature records across the different continents.. record-breaking temperatures in Europe and nearly 15,000 daily temperature records across the US alone.. the United States has labelled 2012 its hottest so far.. alarm over an unprecedented melt of Arctic sea ice.. as governments across the globe continue the long and challenging path of negotiating a new treaty by 2015, the one thing scientists have confirmed is that man’s role in climate change is now ‘virtually certain'” 18 Dec 2012.*

[2] Archaeologists Find the World’s Oldest Arrowheads “While others were still hurling spears, these ancient people were felling prey with arrows” discovermagazine.com, 7 December 2008; Oldest arrowheads found in Africa upi.com/Science_News, 26 August 2010.

* Nature’s balance tilts back at mammalian over-population, with repeated climatic attacks on infrastructure supporting the inorganic food-chain: Weather forces farmers to dump milk & Bridge washout hits West Coast tourism “Fox Glacier businesses losing up to $10k a day.. Westport coal services will be out of action for at least a week while repairs to the weather-hit Buller Gorge track take place. KiwiRail said its railway line between Christchurch and Greymouth was also still closed, with all train services cancelled along the lines.” The Press 4/01/2013 after Rising rivers close South Island roads 2/01/2013 from Record-rain warnings for west and Alps 1/01/2013; just six months earlier Coast cows die in weather bomb “Hypothermia claims hundreds of cows” 12/06/2012 – the cruel and stupid bull mega-dairy industry is fated to recompense: Owner of starving herd ‘under financial pressure’ “Vets were forced to put down 150 starving cows and 30 calves after an inspector from the Primary Industries Ministry found a 900-cow dairy herd in a distressed state in the farming district near Lake Brunner. Another 60 cows able to be transported were taken to the freezing works. The rest of the herd were taken on by West Coast farmers and are expected to take a lot of nursing. The ministry is investigating the animal welfare case and while details have yet to be officially released, the property was overstocked.” 7/09/2012.

+ Review of “Catastrophism – The Apocalyptic Politics of Collapse and Rebirth ..the view that society is on the path to collapsing—ecologically, economically, and morally. For some catastrophists, a collapse would spur a rebirth and cleansing..” ZMagazine 2012, while USA sets itself up for.. civil war #two? Fill the pool with fish and stockpile the guns: Up to THREE MILLION ‘Preppers’ in the U.S. are prepared for for the end of the world DailyMail 11 February 2012

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Palmer Station seismometer 031111

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Palmer Station seismometer 031111


Graphic: Palmer Station seismometer, Antarctica

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - USGS 031111

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - USGS 031111


Graphic: earthquake.usgs.gov

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Erebus MAC seismometer 031111

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Erebus MAC seismometer 031111


Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Lower Erebus Hut 031111

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - Lower Erebus Hut 031111


Mount Erebus Antarctica erebus.nmt.edu views: station= MAC / LEH_B

081111 Update:

Balleny Islands mag 5.6 quake - GIM 081111

Balleny Islands mag 5.6 quake - GIM 081111

This quake list is followed by South Pacific quake run on NZ page. List from quakes.globalincidentmap.com (magnitude + km depth + data feed source):

Monday November 7 2011, 16:51:24 UTC Balleny Islands region 5.6 0.1 USGS Antarctic region *****
Monday November 7 2011, 16:11:24 UTC Southern California 2.0 7.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 15:48:32 UTC Southern Alaska 2.0 25.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 15:48:31 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 16.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 15:43:54 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.8 10.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 14:51:55 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.5 30.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 14:42:02 UTC eastern Honshu, Japan 4.6 16.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 14:30:38 UTC Potosi, Bolivia 4.0 275.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 14:18:57 UTC Mount Hood area, Oregon 1.8 6.1 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 13:56:20 UTC Vanuatu 4.8 114.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 13:50:20 UTC Oklahoma 2.8 5.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 13:28:15 UTC Central California 2.0 1.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 12:06:51 UTC Unimak Island region, Alaska 2.6 37.7 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 11:59:32 UTC Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan 5.5 219.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 11:57:40 UTC Central Alaska 2.0 16.6 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 11:48:21 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.3 10.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 11:46:44 UTC Hawaii region, Hawaii 3.9 42.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 11:45:52 UTC Central Alaska 3.0 79.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 10:57:43 UTC Southern Alaska 2.2 20.7 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 10:36:40 UTC near the coast of central Peru 4.7 52.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 09:45:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 09:43:20 UTC Mindanao, Philippines 5.0 86.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 09:43:20 UTC Mindanao, Philippines 5.1 80.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 09:38:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 09:30:59 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 09:19:38 UTC Crete, Greece 3.8 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 08:43:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 08:39:15 UTC Komandorskiye Ostrova, Russia region 4.5 20.3 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 08:39:13 UTC Komandorskiye Ostrova Region 4.6 10.0 CSEM
Monday November 7 2011, 08:20:49 UTC Central Alaska 2.6 1.3 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 08:12:35 UTC Oklahoma 2.9 5.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 08:06:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 08:03:14 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 07:31:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 07:23:17 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.9 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 07:16:25 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.6 65.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 07:02:36 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:57:08 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:45:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.8 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:26:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:19:02 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.0 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:12:01 UTC Azores Islands, Portugal 2.8 1.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:09:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 06:08:06 UTC Ionian Sea 2.3 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 05:50:46 UTC Northeastern Iran 3.7 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 05:30:41 UTC Nevada 3.1 0.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 05:24:58 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 05:23:03 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.6 46.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 05:18:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 05:13:32 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.8 2.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 05:00:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:44:38 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.2 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:44:37 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.2 34.8 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 04:43:46 UTC Central Mediterranean Sea 2.3 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:30:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:18:54 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:14:03 UTC southern Peru 4.5 105.3 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 04:14:03 UTC Southern Peru 4.5 105.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:01:40 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.1 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 04:01:39 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.1 35.0 USGS Feed
Monday November 7 2011, 03:54:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 03:32:18 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 03:31:52 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 108.6 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 02:59:17 UTC Crete, Greece 2.8 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 02:30:40 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.9 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 02:28:08 UTC Bismarck Sea 4.7 35.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 02:28:08 UTC Bismarck Sea 4.7 35.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 02:13:44 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.6 36.6 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 02:13:44 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.6 36.6 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:51:13 UTC Southern California 2.1 8.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:46:36 UTC Kuril Islands 5.1 158.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:46:34 UTC Kuril Islands 5.0 145.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:45:55 UTC Southern Alaska 2.3 115.7 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:44:44 UTC Bosnia And Herzegovina 2.6 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:43:38 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.1 35.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:43:35 UTC Bismarck Sea 5.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:33:45 UTC Central California 2.4 6.6 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:33:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:26:31 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 4.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:25:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 13.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:22:28 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.9 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 01:17:13 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 5.0 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:06:59 UTC Kodiak Island region, Alaska 2.7 34.9 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 01:00:05 UTC Northern California 2.0 7.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:43:31 UTC Bismarck Sea 4.7 35.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:38:51 UTC Southern Alaska 2.3 13.2 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:32:57 UTC Southern Alaska 2.4 97.4 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:28:04 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 00:09:42 UTC Central California 2.4 5.3 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:09:07 UTC Croatia 3.1 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 00:08:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Monday November 7 2011, 00:05:03 UTC Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 2.0 23.8 USGS
Monday November 7 2011, 00:03:51 UTC Oklahoma 2.9 4.7 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:55:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:42:54 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:27:39 UTC Cyprus Region 3.2 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:26:25 UTC Central Alaska 2.2 0.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:22:49 UTC Southern Alaska 2.2 70.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:15:08 UTC Northern California 2.7 10.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:04:09 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 23:00:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:58:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:54:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:54:43 UTC Central California 2.2 8.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:48:12 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.7 7.4 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:38:07 UTC Cyprus Region 3.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:28:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:26:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:23:11 UTC Western Turkey 3.2 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:15:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 22:04:18 UTC Southern Yukon Territory, Canada 2.2 0.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:59:10 UTC Southern Yukon Territory, Canada 2.2 1.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:57:29 UTC Eastern Xizang 4.9 45.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:57:29 UTC eastern Xizang 4.9 44.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:36:06 UTC Crete, Greece 3.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:18:19 UTC Near The Coast Of Western Turkey 2.3 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:15:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.7 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:14:37 UTC Canada 3.7 187.0 Natural Resources Canada
Sunday November 6 2011, 21:08:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:56:52 UTC Crete, Greece 4.8 36.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:56:50 UTC Crete, Greece 4.7 13.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:56:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:42:07 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.5 32.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:38:54 UTC Southern Italy 2.4 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:20:52 UTC Northern California 2.6 20.7 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:06:11 UTC Crete, Greece 3.4 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 20:06:11 UTC Crete, Greece 3.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:57:03 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.3 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:34:45 UTC Western Turkey 2.3 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:32:54 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:28:28 UTC Western Turkey 2.3 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:28:17 UTC Off East Coast Of Kamchatka 4.6 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:24:33 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.6 29.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:53:27 UTC Fiji Region 4.8 645.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:53:24 UTC Fiji region 4.7 596.8 USGS

Sunday November 6 2011, 18:51:33 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.1 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:43:58 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:26:56 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:25:39 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.9 20.0

Sunday November 6 2011, 19:34:45 UTC Western Turkey 2.3 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 19:28:28 UTC Western Turkey 2.3 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:53:27 UTC Fiji Region 4.8 645.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:53:24 UTC Fiji region 4.7 596.8 USGS

Sunday November 6 2011, 18:51:33 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.1 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:43:58 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:30:19 UTC Southern Alaska 1.9 18.1 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:26:56 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:25:39 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.9 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:15:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.7 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:09:49 UTC Northern California 2.1 2.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:09:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 18:06:40 UTC Northern California 2.2 0.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:52:34 UTC Oklahoma 3.7 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:50:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:42:32 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:40:04 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:36:46 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:25:23 UTC Near South Coast Of France 2.1 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 17:18:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 16:49:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 16:30:31 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.4 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 16:06:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 16:03:50 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.8 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:51:04 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.1 36.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:44:01 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.9 35.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:43:38 UTC Southern Greece 2.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:35:32 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:26:27 UTC Southern California 2.0 18.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:22:57 UTC Aegean Sea 2.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:22:51 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.6 34.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:21:22 UTC southern Peru 4.4 118.2
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:21:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:12:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:07:06 UTC Oklahoma 4.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 15:07:05 UTC Oklahoma 3.9 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:57:38 UTC Southern Alaska 3.4 67.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:55:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:17:47 UTC southern Sumatra, Indonesia 4.8 153.4 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:14:39 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:08:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:03:10 UTC near the east coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia 4.5 160.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 14:03:09 UTC Near East Coast Of Kamchatka 4.6 156.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:49:36 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:35:45 UTC Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 2.9 60.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:34:23 UTC eastern Turkey 4.3 10.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:34:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:17:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:11:27 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 13:08:06 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 12:52:57 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 12:28:06 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 12:25:59 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:57:26 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:29:25 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:20:55 UTC Southern Italy 2.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:20:23 UTC Oklahoma 3.2 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:18:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:16:20 UTC Oklahoma 3.0 4.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:12:33 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 11:03:52 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:59:35 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 37.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:52:35 UTC Oklahoma 3.9 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:42:17 UTC Nevada 2.5 0.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:41:05 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.3 43.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:41:05 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.1 34.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:41:03 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.2 30.4 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:33:31 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:33:01 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:08:54 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 10:03:40 UTC Czech Republic 2.0 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:53:38 UTC Southern Yukon Territory, Canada 1.9 0.4 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:52:35 UTC Greece 2.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:50:42 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.4 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:39:57 UTC Oklahoma 4.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:39:57 UTC Oklahoma 4.0 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:37:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:31:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:30:12 UTC Aegean Sea 2.6 34.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:26:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:22:04 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:20:50 UTC Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 3.2 15.3 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:20:28 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.7 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:08:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:05:00 UTC Alaska Peninsula 4.8 48.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:04:59 UTC Alaska Peninsula 4.9 36.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 09:01:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:46:58 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:43:31 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:40:13 UTC off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.5 10.3 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:40:13 UTC Off East Coast Of Honshu, Japan 4.5 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:38:43 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:31:28 UTC Tonga Region 4.6 35.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:31:28 UTC Tonga region 4.6 34.8 USGS

Sunday November 6 2011, 08:28:31 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 3.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:24:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:14:12 UTC Oklahoma 2.7 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:08:15 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.5 42.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:08:15 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.4 34.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 08:08:14 UTC Alaska Peninsula 5.3 24.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:58:36 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.9 16.3 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:58:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 24.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:53:23 UTC Aegean Sea 2.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:48:19 UTC Crete, Greece 2.4 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:43:45 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:38:22 UTC Aegean Sea 3.1 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:34:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:34:15 UTC Tonga region 5.1 17.2 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:34:13 UTC Tonga Region 5.1 2.0 CSEM-EMSC

Sunday November 6 2011, 07:32:40 UTC Oklahoma 3.2 4.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:31:10 UTC Oklahoma 3.8 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 07:20:52 UTC Southern Alaska 2.9 104.1 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:51:30 UTC Strait Of Gibraltar 2.6 66.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:45:12 UTC trait Of Gibraltar 4.0 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:35:43 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:31:08 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:09:08 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:07:27 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 06:07:15 UTC Central California 2.1 7.9 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:55:41 UTC Central Alaska 2.7 127.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:54:00 UTC Oklahoma 3.0 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:52:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:41:57 UTC Java, Indonesia 5.3 162.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:41:56 UTC Java, Indonesia 5.3 160.1 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:20:15 UTC Southeastern Alaska 2.2 3.1 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:19:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:16:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 24.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:15:08 UTC Puerto Rico 2.5 8.3 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:09:54 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:07:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:03:41 UTC Oklahoma 3.6 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:02:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:00:05 UTC Fiji region 4.9 533.8 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 05:00:04 UTC Fiji Region 4.7 507.0 CSEM-EMSC

Sunday November 6 2011, 04:58:10 UTC Western Turkey 2.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:55:43 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:53:10 UTC Oklahoma 5.6 5.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:53:10 UTC Oklahoma 5.6 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:50:21 UTC Southern Alaska 2.4 17.2 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:43:30 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.7 3.3 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:42:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:41:47 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.1 0.0 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:39:45 UTC Northern California 2.3 2.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:37:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:33:09 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:30:53 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:20:11 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:18:34 UTC Greece 2.7 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:09:41 UTC Western Turkey 2.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:09:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:07:46 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 04:00:27 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 03:47:50 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.8 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Sunday November 6 2011, 03:43:14 UTC eastern Turkey 4.7 8.6 USGS
Sunday November 6 2011, 03:43:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.7 3.0

Saturday November 5 2011, 21:03:13 UTC Crete, Greece 2.8 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:55:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 3.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:53:11 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:46:41 UTC off the coast of Southeastern Alaska 4.7 20.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:35:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:33:20 UTC Greater Los Angeles area, California 2.7 22.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:24:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:20:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 20:00:48 UTC Southern Greece 3.2 400.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:57:57 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.0 33.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:56:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:54:00 UTC Minahasa, Sulawesi, Indonesia 4.7 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:53:59 UTC Minahasa, Sulawesi, Indonesia 4.7 42.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:49:59 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:47:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:31:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:28:06 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:25:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:22:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:21:07 UTC Northern California 2.2 3.2 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:19:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.3 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:15:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:11:33 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:04:11 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.1 10.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 19:00:24 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.2 9.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:40:33 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:38:31 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.5 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:28:19 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:24:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:22:35 UTC Strait Of Gibraltar 2.7 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:22:33 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 3.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:19:51 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.0 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:18:11 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.1 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 18:13:41 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:44:59 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:43:28 UTC Central California 2.5 5.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:34:09 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.1 13.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:26:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:11:27 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 3.7 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 17:06:25 UTC Near The Coast Of Western Turkey 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:54:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:50:57 UTC Aegean Sea 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:49:37 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.1 50.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:49:36 UTC Kermadec Islands Region 5.1 40.0 CSEM-EMSC

Saturday November 5 2011, 16:44:09 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:23:03 UTC Puget Sound region, Washington 2.0 24.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 16:21:24 UTC Aegean Sea 2.4 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:56:21 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:33:28 UTC Poland 2.8 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:30:16 UTC Fyr Of Macedonia 2.7 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:24:46 UTC Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 3.7 48.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:24:35 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.7 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:20:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 15:16:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:57:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.8 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:47:25 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:36:30 UTC Oklahoma 3.6 4.9 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:27:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:27:10 UTC Azores Islands Region 3.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 14:11:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:59:38 UTC Northern California 2.0 19.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:59:38 UTC Northern California 2.0 19.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:54:10 UTC Azores Islands Region 3.2 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:52:01 UTC Dominican Republic region 3.4 8.1 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:50:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:42:26 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:31:06 UTC Aegean Sea 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:28:12 UTC Central Alaska 2.2 124.7 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:25:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:12:07 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.9 5.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 13:06:51 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 13.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:58:39 UTC Southern Alaska 3.1 105.1 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:56:41 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:51:17 UTC Strait Of Gibraltar 2.5 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:47:35 UTC Azores-cape St. Vincent Ridge 3.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:43:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:40:44 UTC Crete, Greece 3.4 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:37:26 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:33:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:30:38 UTC Northern Italy 2.4 28.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:09:47 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:09:44 UTC Papua, Indonesia 4.8 43.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:09:44 UTC Papua, Indonesia 4.8 40.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 12:06:42 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.8 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:48:18 UTC Aegean Sea 2.7 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:46:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:41:03 UTC Central Alaska 1.8 20.4 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:37:34 UTC Central Alaska 2.4 131.2 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:30:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:24:15 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:24:15 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:17:53 UTC Spain 2.7 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 11:06:25 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 10:54:20 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 10:27:23 UTC English Channel 3.2 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 10:22:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 10:20:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 10:14:47 UTC Pyrenees 2.6 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:56:59 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:44:44 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.9 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:13:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:12:11 UTC Oklahoma 3.3 4.9 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:09:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 18.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 09:05:00 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.5 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:59:01 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.0 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:58:45 UTC southwestern Siberia, Russia 4.7 27.3 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:58:43 UTC Southwestern Siberia, Russia 4.6 30.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:46:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:39:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:33:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:30:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:24:53 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.4 11.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 08:22:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:56:54 UTC off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.8 41.1 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:56:53 UTC Off East Coast Of Honshu, Japan 4.8 33.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:55:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:50:42 UTC Oklahoma 2.7 4.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:45:43 UTC Southern Iran 3.5 25.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:44:34 UTC Oklahoma 2.7 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:42:46 UTC Puget Sound region, Washington 2.3 13.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:42:46 UTC Puget Sound region, Washington 2.3 13.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:42:46 UTC Puget Sound region, Washington 2.3 13.5 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:35:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 3.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:32:32 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:27:20 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:27:20 UTC Oklahoma 3.4 5.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:24:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:24:14 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.4 5.9 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:21:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:16:07 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:13:59 UTCAntofagasta, Chile 5.8 44.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:13:57 UTC Antofagasta, Chile 5.7 27.3 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:12:45 UTC Oklahoma 4.7 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 07:12:45 UTC Oklahoma 4.7 4.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:59:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:53:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:43:47 UTC Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 3.4 3.2 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:39:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:35:01 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 3.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 06:05:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:54:11 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:32:53 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 24.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:24:22 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:18:04 UTC Puerto Rico region 3.2 4.9 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:10:42 UTC Southern Greece 2.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:09:39 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 05:01:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 04:40:22 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 23.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 04:39:46 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.8 17.1 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 04:28:04 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 04:21:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 04:12:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 13.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:55:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:45:20 UTC Aegean Sea 2.2 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:43:11 UTC Southern Alaska 2.4 1.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:40:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:40:22 UTC Western Turkey 2.4 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:37:35 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:33:26 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.5 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:31:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:29:52 UTC Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 3.6 43.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:23:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.3 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:22:29 UTC Kyrgyzstan 4.9 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:22:28 UTC Tajikistan 4.8 10.0 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:18:06 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 14.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:16:30 UTC Western Turkey 2.2 9.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:13:16 UTC Central Alaska 2.1 101.8 USGS
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:08:54 UTC Western Turkey 1.9 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:06:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 03:00:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.0 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Saturday November 5 2011, 02:57:58 UTC Central Alaska 2.8 84.7

Friday November 4 2011, 18:20:45 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 18:06:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 18:05:04 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.0 9.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:53:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:44:31 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 8.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:41:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:28:11 UTC Western Turkey 2.1 3.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:15:18 UTC Crete, Greece 2.2 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:11:32 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 17:02:58 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 16:50:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 9.0
Friday November 4 2011, 16:50:21 UTC Southern Alaska 2.2 20.3
Friday November 4 2011, 16:39:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 16:28:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.7 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 16:28:49 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 3.0 44.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:58:06 UTC Aegean Sea 2.2 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:43:45 UTC Vanuatu 5.8 145.8 USGS
Friday November 4 2011, 15:43:45 UTC Vanuatu 5.8 141.0 CSEM-EMSC

Friday November 4 2011, 15:36:58 UTC Northern California 2.0 1.7
Friday November 4 2011, 15:28:53 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 14.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:26:18 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 14.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:23:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:21:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.0 8.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:18:58 UTC Central California 2.4 4.2
Friday November 4 2011, 15:16:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:07:47 UTC Crete, Greece 3.1 25.0
Friday November 4 2011, 15:07:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 14:59:54 UTC South Of Bali, Indonesia 5.1 100.0
Friday November 4 2011, 14:59:53 UTC Bali region, Indonesia 5.1 98.3
Friday November 4 2011, 14:58:56 UTC Southern Alaska 2.3 22.7
Friday November 4 2011, 14:56:35 UTC near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.9 54.2
Friday November 4 2011, 14:56:34 UTC Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan 4.9 47.0
Friday November 4 2011, 14:39:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 14:28:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 6.0
Friday November 4 2011, 14:17:48 UTC Southern Greece 2.7 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 13:46:35 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 13:41:16 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.8 21.0
Friday November 4 2011, 13:33:11 UTC Greece 2.0 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 13:10:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 15.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:56:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.1 22.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:53:41 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.0 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:45:59 UTC Aegean Sea 2.3 9.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:38:19 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:31:48 UTC Central Alaska 2.9 3.7
Friday November 4 2011, 12:25:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 12:11:19 UTC Central Alaska 2.3 23.3
Friday November 4 2011, 12:05:01 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 1.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:57:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 8.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:49:49 UTC Slovenia 2.0 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:23:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:22:06 UTC Tyrrhenian Sea 4.5 325.8
Friday November 4 2011, 11:22:05 UTC Tyrrhenian Sea 4.1 331.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:19:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 4.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:05:07 UTC France 2.6 15.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:05:01 UTC Northern Italy 3.0 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 11:03:26 UTC Greece 2.1 400.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:55:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.1 11.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:44:59 UTC Central Alaska 2.1 0.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:37:51 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 17.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:37:06 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 19.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:29:27 UTC Hokkaido, Japan region 4.6 190.1
Friday November 4 2011, 10:29:26 UTC Hokkaido, Japan Region 4.6 185.0
Friday November 4 2011, 10:11:38 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 1.8 1.0
Friday November 4 2011, 09:58:24 UTC Washington 2.3 0.0
Friday November 4 2011, 09:54:51 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 09:51:17 UTC Northern Italy 2.3 22.0
Friday November 4 2011, 09:18:14 UTC Alaska Peninsula 3.3 77.9
Friday November 4 2011, 09:01:12 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 18.0
Friday November 4 2011, 08:50:00 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 08:34:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 6.0
Friday November 4 2011, 08:25:38 UTC Alaska Peninsula 1.9 0.3
Friday November 4 2011, 08:10:25 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 12.0
Friday November 4 2011, 08:05:26 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 50.4
Friday November 4 2011, 08:01:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 07:53:05 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.9 12.3
Friday November 4 2011, 07:35:04 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 3.0 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 07:31:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 07:13:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:59:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:57:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 16.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:56:00 UTC West Of Gibraltar 2.1 23.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:55:40 UTC Central California 2.2 6.9
Friday November 4 2011, 06:49:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 9.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:46:11 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.9 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:44:17 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:41:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 16.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:34:15 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.8 22.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:26:43 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 06:14:08 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 23.0
Friday November 4 2011, 05:56:27 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 15.0
Friday November 4 2011, 05:49:10 UTC Central California 2.0 4.7
Friday November 4 2011, 05:37:46 UTC Cyprus Region 3.4 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 05:30:24 UTC Tajikistan 4.2 150.0
Friday November 4 2011, 05:21:32 UTC Western Turkey 3.2 5.0
Friday November 4 2011, 05:04:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.9 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 04:52:04 UTC Kenai Peninsula, Alaska 1.8 57.5
Friday November 4 2011, 04:34:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 03:50:25 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.9 15.0
Friday November 4 2011, 03:15:54 UTC Nevada 1.3 21.4
Friday November 4 2011, 03:12:15 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 8.0
Friday November 4 2011, 03:09:28 UTC Central Alaska 2.5 14.1
Friday November 4 2011, 03:01:26 UTC Baja California, Mexico 3.2 8.1
Friday November 4 2011, 02:59:18 UTC near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 5.0 35.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:59:14 UTC Near East Coast Of Honshu, Japan 5.1 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:55:17 UTC Southern Greece 2.6 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:47:11 UTC Crete, Greece 2.3 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:39:41 UTC Revilla Gigedo Islands region 4.0 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:36:08 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:35:27 UTC Mount St. Helens area, Washington 1.9 1.5
Friday November 4 2011, 02:31:42 UTC Albania 2.4 30.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:30:39 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 2.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:19:40 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 20.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:15:53 UTC Southern Alaska 2.2 50.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:06:40 UTC Greater Los Angeles area, California 1.9 0.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:04:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 6.0
Friday November 4 2011, 02:00:12 UTC Azerbaijan 3.1 10.0
Friday November 4 2011, 01:51:31 UTC Central Italy 2.9 8.0
Friday November 4 2011, 01:41:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 4.0
Friday November 4 2011, 01:40:45 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.8 21.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Friday November 4 2011, 01:39:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 01:38:49 UTC Southern Greece 2.0 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 01:29:59 UTC Washington 1.3 0.8 USGS
Friday November 4 2011, 01:29:20 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 01:15:08 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 01:10:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:54:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:54:06 UTC Puerto Rico region 3.2 22.0 USGS
Friday November 4 2011, 00:52:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 1.9 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:51:20 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 30.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:47:20 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:46:20 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 19.0
Friday November 4 2011, 00:45:41 UTC Central Alaska 1.9 0.8 USGS
Friday November 4 2011, 00:37:35 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 18.0
Friday November 4 2011, 00:32:12 UTC Crete, Greece 2.3 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:20:21 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.9 21.0
Friday November 4 2011, 00:19:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:15:04 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:14:56 UTC Crete, Greece 2.3 39.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:10:53 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Friday November 4 2011, 00:09:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:58:25 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:54:13 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.9 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:54:01 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:38:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:28:22 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.8 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:20:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:14:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:13:54 UTC Central Mediterranean Sea 3.1 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 23:06:28 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.2 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:59:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:35:33 UTC Northern Italy 2.4 12.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:35:22 UTC Southern Alaska 2.3 118.3 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:31:05 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:07:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 22:02:13 UTC Aegean Sea 2.1 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:59:11 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.2 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:59:01 UTC Poland 2.5 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:57:30 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 20.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:47:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:23:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.7 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:13:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 21:11:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 20:38:10 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 20:35:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 20:23:51 UTC Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 4.2 26.0 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 20:19:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 9.0

Thursday November 3 2011, 10:47:31 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 0.2 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 10:46:03 UTC Turkey-iran Border Region 3.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 10:34:30 UTC Near S. Coast Of Honshu, Japan 5.1 80.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 10:34:29 UTC near the south coast of Honshu, Japan 5.1 70.4 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 10:25:48 UTC Northern Italy 2.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 10:09:54 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 09:57:24 UTC offshore Coquimbo, Chile 4.6 21.6 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 09:57:24 UTC Offshore Coquimbo, Chile 4.6 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 09:12:35 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.7 13.3 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 09:07:58 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 24.0 CSEM-EMS
Thursday November 3 2011, 08:50:25 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 08:26:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 08:14:21 UTC Northern Xinjiang, China 3.3 1.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 08:12:10 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 2.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:59:30 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 8.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:55:00 UTC offshore Libertador O’Higgins, Chile 4.6 13.0 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:55:00 UTC Offshore O’higgins, Chile 4.6 13.0 CSEM-EMSC

Thursday November 3 2011, 07:53:14 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.4 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:47:02 UTC Northern Algeria 3.4 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:42:47 UTC Puerto Rico region 3.4 7.0 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:34:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 11.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 07:33:44 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:51:48 UTC Western Turkey 2.8 4.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:46:07 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 19.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:42:37 UTC Southern Greece 2.5 5.0 CSEM-EMSC Feed Detail
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:37:49 UTC South Sandwich Islands region 4.9 46.2 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:37:49 UTC South Sandwich Islands region 4.9 46.2 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:37:49 UTC South Sandwich Islands Region 4.9 46.0 CSEM-EMSC

Thursday November 3 2011, 06:32:20 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:25:32 UTC Aegean Sea 3.3 17.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 06:06:15 UTC Crete, Greece 2.8 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:49:23 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.7 20.4 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:47:42 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:42:24 UTC Flores Region, Indonesia 4.5 184.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:42:22 UTC Flores region, Indonesia 4.4 184.3 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:37:33 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 16.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 05:12:29 UTC Central Alaska 2.4 69.8 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 04:45:55 UTC Northern California 1.8 1.9 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 04:37:52 UTC Southern Greece 2.4 77.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 04:21:28 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.9 22.3 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 04:10:25 UTC Central Alaska 2.3 92.3 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 03:44:45 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 03:14:31 UTC Northern California 2.6 4.9 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 03:03:57 UTC Central Mediterranean Sea 2.6 62.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 03:01:13 UTC Aegean Sea 2.4 6.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 02:49:51 UTC Central Alaska 1.9 5.1 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 02:49:07 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 02:23:57 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.9 7.8 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:51:41 UTC offshore Coquimbo, Chile 4.7 22.4 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:51:41 UTC Offshore Coquimbo, Chile 4.7 22.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:49:07 UTC Puerto Rico region 3.4 23.0 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:34:48 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 21.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:30:13 UTC Spain 2.5 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 01:05:47 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.0 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:40:15 UTC Southern Greece 2.2 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:39:20 UTC Svalbard Region 2.9 15.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:34:55 UTC Albania 2.4 7.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:32:40 UTC Southern Greece 3.0 10.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:19:00 UTC Solomon Islands 4.7 54.4 USGS
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:19:00 UTC Solomon Islands 4.7 54.0 CSEM-EMSC
Thursday November 3 2011, 00:02:53 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 5.0 CSEM-EMSC
Wednesday November 2 2011, 23:47:38 UTC Strait Of Gibraltar 3.0 70.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 23:41:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 23:33:19 UTC Montenegro 1.9 9.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 23:07:52 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.1 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 23:03:21 UTC Central California 2.2 3.1
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:53:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:39:25 UTC Greece 2.0 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:39:24 UTC Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 3.3 17.1
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:38:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:34:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:28:57 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:25:02 UTC Southern Greece 2.4 1.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:21:44 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 15.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:09:19 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 22:08:43 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.1 21.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 21:44:15 UTC eastern Turkey 4.4 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 21:44:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.1 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 21:26:00 UTC Southern Alaska 2.2 18.9
Wednesday November 2 2011, 21:14:25 UTC Albania 2.0 4.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 21:09:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 20:49:22 UTC Southern Greece 2.1 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 20:48:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.2 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 20:28:07 UTC offshore Baja California, Mexico 3.4 12.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 20:15:20 UTC Southern Greece 2.3 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:53:28 UTC Southern Greece 2.6 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:51:29 UTC San Francisco Bay area, California 2.4 5.9
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:36:14 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:31:33 UTC Northern Italy 2.0 27.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:15:49 UTC Northern Italy 2.8 26.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:01:34 UTC Costa Rica 5.0 40.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 19:01:33 UTC Costa Rica 5.4 39.6

Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:56:50 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:49:38 UTC Aegean Sea 3.0 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:45:45 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:40:50 UTC Central California 2.3 3.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:32:52 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.4 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:10:38 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.8 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:08:46 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 14.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 18:03:01 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 17:32:05 UTC San Francisco Bay area, California 2.7 19.1
Wednesday November 2 2011, 17:30:11 UTC Arizona 2.0 1.9
Wednesday November 2 2011, 17:20:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:54:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.5 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:52:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.0 18.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:46:39 UTC Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 2.6 33.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:38:51 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.5 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:15:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:13:00 UTC Central Alaska 2.1 112.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 16:02:11 UTC Aegean Sea 3.3 14.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:59:47 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.1 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:54:18 UTC Southern Greece 2.5 21.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:53:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:51:22 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 20.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:48:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:46:09 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:41:11 UTC Southern Greece 2.7 12.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:41:05 UTC Northern Italy 2.0 22.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:33:12 UTC Southern Greece 2.3 19.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:27:46 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:25:52 UTC Greece 2.4 31.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 15:23:38 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 15.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:59:29 UTC Pacific-antarctic Ridge 6.0 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:59:26 UTC Pacific-Antarctic Ridge 6.2 1.1

Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:58:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:51:58 UTC Aegean Sea 3.2 12.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:47:50 UTC Nevada 2.6 10.6
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:41:18 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 12.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:38:27 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:36:37 UTC Kyrgyzstan 3.3 1.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:31:25 UTC Baja California, Mexico 2.1 12.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:30:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:20:43 UTC Central California 2.8 2.3
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:10:54 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 18.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 14:02:12 UTC Southern Italy 2.4 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:58:09 UTC Aegean Sea 2.4 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:55:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.6 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:47:34 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 23.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:40:44 UTC Poland 3.2 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:34:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:24:02 UTC eastern Turkey 4.6 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:24:02 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.6 22.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:23:30 UTC Puerto Rico 2.6 14.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:23:30 UTC Puerto Rico 2.6 14.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:20:55 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 18.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:18:26 UTC Aegean Sea 2.5 8.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 13:09:05 UTC Western Turkey 3.0 9.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:44:14 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.3 21.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:35:54 UTC Eritrea – Ethiopia Region 3.9 8.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:35:53 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:09:05 UTC Island of Hawaii, Hawaii 2.6 16.4
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:07:16 UTC southeastern Missouri 1.5 8.6
Wednesday November 2 2011, 12:03:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:57:42 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:55:45 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 3.2 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:51:51 UTC Turkey-iran-iraq Border Region 3.3 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:43:04 UTC Turkey-Iraq border region 4.7 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:43:03 UTC Turkey-iraq Border Region 4.8 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:32:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 20.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:29:37 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:27:47 UTC Puerto Rico region 3.0 35.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:26:15 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.2 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:21:43 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:15:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 15.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 11:10:41 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 30.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:57:27 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.5 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:53:03 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 24.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:48:34 UTC northern Alaska 2.8 0.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:41:07 UTC Western Turkey 2.3 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:25:48 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.7 15.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:24:14 UTC France 2.5 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:23:28 UTC Baja California, Mexico 3.0 16.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:13:27 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.4 33.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:13:25 UTC Southern Alaska 3.3 108.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:13:25 UTC Southern Alaska 3.3 108.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:11:32 UTC Virgin Islands region 3.4 53.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:07:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 10:03:46 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 09:41:57 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 09:11:33 UTC Central Alaska 2.4 0.1
Wednesday November 2 2011, 09:03:22 UTC Sicily, Italy 2.4 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:49:16 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:30:27 UTC Turkey-iran Border Region 2.6 25.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:23:26 UTC Central Italy 2.4 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:23:01 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.3 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:07:56 UTC Southern California 2.0 21.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 08:04:06 UTC Central Alaska 2.2 17.4
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:54:52 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 3.9 19.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:35:16 UTC Southern Alaska 3.1 93.3
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:31:12 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 8.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:18:23 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:17:04 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.3 6.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:17:00 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.5 21.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:10:49 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 17.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 07:01:39 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.4 25.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:57:20 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 21.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:51:11 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.6 15.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:49:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.6 14.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:45:12 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 20.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:38:11 UTC Southern Alaska 2.5 116.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:36:50 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.7 19.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:35:05 UTC Northern California 1.9 2.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:33:29 UTC Sulawesi, Indonesia 5.0 130.8
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:33:29 UTC Sulawesi, Indonesia 5.1 132.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:26:35 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 06:17:26 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 22.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:58:06 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:55:19 UTC Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan 4.5 51.8
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:55:18 UTC Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan 4.7 40.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:47:32 UTC Nevada 1.8 1.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:46:20 UTC Nevada 2.3 5.9
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:44:13 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.9 2.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:38:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 05:14:56 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:59:33 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:50:25 UTC Western Turkey 2.9 6.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:49:59 UTC San Juan Islands region, Washington 2.1 13.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:42:23 UTC Kuril Islands 4.0 40.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:36:35 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.4 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:34:24 UTC eastern Turkey 4.5 7.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:34:24 UTC eastern Turkey 4.5 7.2
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:34:24 UTC Eastern Turkey 4.7 7.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:22:49 UTC Western Turkey 2.8 24.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:14:29 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:08:35 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:04:50 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.1 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 04:02:50 UTC Central Turkey 3.2 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 03:40:38 UTC Puerto Rico region 2.8 81.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 03:08:37 UTC northern Yukon Territory, Canada 3.1 10.7
Wednesday November 2 2011, 03:08:27 UTC Canada 3.7 194.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 03:05:36 UTC Greece 2.6 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 03:00:12 UTC Southern Greece 2.6 10.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:42:26 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 92.9
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:26:52 UTC Southern Greece 2.5 11.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:24:39 UTC Canary Islands, Spain Region 2.8 20.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:12:34 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.9 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:06:26 UTC near the coast of central Peru 4.5 36.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 02:06:26 UTC Near Coast Of Central Peru 4.5 36.0

Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:55:40 UTC Eastern Turkey 2.8 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:43:28 UTC eastern Honshu, Japan 4.6 74.5
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:43:27 UTC Eastern Honshu, Japan 4.6 72.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:38:40 UTC Eastern Mediterranean Sea 2.9 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:32:01 UTC Kuril Islands 4.2 50.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:28:57 UTC Dodecanese Islands, Greece 2.3 5.0
Wednesday November 2 2011, 01:27:52 UTC Eastern Turkey 3.0 7.0

Previous list: Turkey #quake overshadows #RWC2011 global convergence #Maui

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - USGS 031111a

Pacific-Antarctic Ridge mag 6.2 quake - USGS 031111a

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/recenteqsww/Maps/ortho/210_-90.php#maptop

350 Otautahi – Sustainable Canterbury mauriroawaitaha.wordpress.com/climate-change mitigation action – 24-09-2011 commuter rail workshop – 3pm-5pm at WEA, 59 Gloucester Street, Christchurch.

~ a 350-Otautahi 2009 team update workshop:
How to effect change in local government in support of cyclists and emission reductions more substantially.

~ Is the smart “350” cause/brand being dumbed down and diluted into a minority matter of consumer choice? Come help build real lasting change.

~ “350” parts per million of atmospheric carbon is the goal – to stabilise Earth climate – and how we get there demands innovation. “Moving Planet” mobilisation is one means, but are there others? Workshop on empowerment vs major emissions sources, 3pm @WEA 24.09.2011.

~ Consumers, you are victims, not the cause – tax/costs up, quality of life down – TO ACTION!

~ Another magnitude 4+ aftershock earthqauke has heralded Moving-Planet day here in Otautahi: stop them?

~ Come help build a Sustainable Canterbury: Moving-Planet.org/events/NZ/Christchurch

Cashmere 7.01am mag 4.0 quake - GNS GeoNet 240911

Cashmere 7.01am mag 4.0 quake - GNS GeoNet 240911

[28Sep2011 update: see Canterbury #Christchurch foothills Oxford seismometer jumpy #eqnz page]

The 21-22 September #Christchurch #quake phase has begun ~ “welcome Spring” ~ with an unusual cluster of magnitude 4+ breaks, in the basalt rock bridge between the active Greendale and Port Hills / Lyttelton faults, at Prebbleton: Spring afternoon rattled by shocks “centred in ‘the gap'” 20/09/2011, where 19/09 seismicity was very similar; there are bound to be more.

But can this major earth-rent tear through the extinct volcanic cone that restrains it, eventually? Time will tell.

14 days of mag 2+ Christchurch quakes - Crowe.co.nz/QuakeMap/Search/ 210911

14 days of mag 2+ Christchurch quakes - Crowe.co.nz/QuakeMap/Search/ 210911

Map: quake.crowe.co.nz/QuakeMap/Search/

Sure enough, three and a half days later, a magnitude 4.0 creeps east from the Greendale fault line:

Cashmere mag 4.0 quake - Crowe.co.nz 240911

Cashmere mag 4.0 quake - Crowe.co.nz 240911

– A warming World, shrugging off human contagion. Our pollution effects are in deleterious feedback loop.

We need to wake up, and solve our squanderous economic problems, as ONE (conscious social organism).

David Fraser of Waipara sums up the #Chch mood, behind yesterday’s CDEMC earthquake rumours alarm:

Today I heard about a large earthquake ('aftershock'?) predicted for Christchurch on September 28th, which is just over a week away, so I thought I'd sniff around the internet to try to learn more. • Steve Graham's blog makes mention of it as a christian prophecy. • Radio New Zealand had a news report Quake prediction leaflet could cause alarm – police. • Ken Ring predicts that 23rd-28th September 2011 are dates for possible increa … Read More

via Soaringkiwi's Blog

Revealingly, government authority on every aspect of emergency management has shown itself flawed in Christchurch. People have taken community well-being into their own hands, literally. The thorough right-wing quashing of local democracy by National has invoked a scale of resilience – and potential great change – that expiring capitalist/social-democracy did not have the smarts to expect. rEvolution! Kia Kaha, E Tu.

Recent global seismic data summary here: Next #NZ #quake ? #RWC2011 effect.

Anonymous letterbox drop predicts Canterbury quake, tsunami Campbell Live TV3 26Sep2011

Those made homeless by recent earthquakes need relocation, to where land is safe and affordable, promptly.

The seismic record now makes it very clear where the perfect opportunity to satisfy all is readily at hand: beside the beautiful Waimakariri River – that these citizens own, with all the Aotearoa-NZ public – at Eyrewell (map):

14 days of magnitude 2-to-3.8 quakes - Crowe.co.nz 180811

14 days of magnitude 2-to-3.8 quake aftershocks - Crowe.co.nz 180811

Aerial view of under-developed Eyrewell Forest land:

Eyrewell Forest GoogleMap view + Burnt Hill mag 4.3 quake - GNS 130611

Eyrewell Forest GoogleMap view + Burnt Hill mag 4.3 quake - GNS 130611

Eyrewell Forest is Treaty of Waitangi settlement land, with Ngāi Tahu title. Dairy-farm conversion of it is intended, but human resettlement is much more appropriate today. This would serve as both durable adaptation to and mitigation of climate change hazards that strongly pertain in the Pegasus Bay urban area.

Re-purchase of Eyrewell Forest by the civic authorities should immediately be hastened. The price should be fair and uninflated – no more than eight percent per annum over the settlement value. Justice for all.

Kaiapoi and East Christchurch residents, displaced by un/natural disaster, would then have surety for their prospects – guaranteeing new lifeblood for the treasured North Canterbury towns.

This visionary re-settling will keep intact the sound-contour planning – to future-proof the highly-valued Christchurch International Airport (CIAL) 24-hour operation – under the Greater Christchurch Urban Development Strategy. New development around Kaiapoi has been limited by the UDS.

Illustration here – from Regional Policy Statement Proposed Change No. 1 Variations 1-4, Var.1 PART2 Maps – shows how the CIAL sound-contour impinges upon south-west Kaiapoi boundary, but not at all upon Eyrewell:

CRPS UDS Airport Sound-Contour - ECan.govt.nz - Variation1PART1CP1RPSNotified23Aug08Web.pdf

CRPS UDS Airport sound-contour - ECan.govt.nz - Variation1PART1CP1RPSNotified23Aug08Web.pdf

The past year’s worth of small-to-moderate earthquakes in the area of Eyrewell look no worse than this:

1 year of mag 2-4 quakes around Eyrewell window - Crowe.co.nz 190811

1 year of mag 2-4 quakes around Eyrewell window - Crowe.co.nz 190811

The worst Eyrewell-area earthquake of the past year – the Burnt Hill magnitude 4.3 that triggered the Sumner 6.3 of 13 June 2011:

One year of magnitude 4 and upwards earthquakes - Crowe.co.nz 230811

One year of magnitude 4 and upwards earthquakes - Crowe.co.nz 230811

~ Kia Ora

Ref. locality Eyrewell Downs accommodation + Kaiapoi to lose one in 5 homes stuff.co.nz/the-press / Gerry Brownlie comments on Kaiapoi noise control podcast.radionz.co.nz / Net migration continues “outflow of 220 people in July.. follows a steady run of net outflows recorded since March” voxy.co.nz/business 19/08/2011

Tidal marine hazard warning for north-east New Zealand coast – Reinga to East Cape – Stay out of the water and off the beach-line. Be Prepared for stronger than usual currents. Act with caution if boating. 7.03am Kermadec Islands magnitude 7.6 earthquake – moderate sea effect – see GeoNet record. Ref. New Zealand Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management MCDEM.

Kermadecs magnitude 7.6 quake - GNS seismometer drums - 070711

Kermadecs magnitude 7.6 quake - GNS seismometer drums - 070711

Kermadecs 7.8 poster - USGS 20071209 - low res

Kermadecs 7.8 poster - USGS 20071209 - low res


See today’s USGS record and the Poster of the Kermadec-Tonga Trench Earthquake of 09 December 2007 – Magnitude 7.8.

At 5:26 pm 2011/07/06 Tsunami-Warn.com wrote to me for an exchange of web-links, which I am very happy to transact. At the time it was not clear which page I should post this Auckland company link onto. Now it stands as 13.4 hours’ early warning for today’s 7:03am, near-local seismic event. Check out the impressive Tsunami-Warn service, a “global early warning and alert system [by] SMS text message” – read latest notice.

Kermadecs magnitude 7.6 quake - USGS 070711

Kermadecs magnitude 7.6 quake - USGS 070711


This momentary alarm follows recent escalation of Fiji area 5+ quakes, that was already amidst a period of heightened seismic activity on the north and east Australian Plate. New Zealand geology is ultimately affected by this type of movement, as I began warning eleven days ago: 5.7 south-west Tonga Trench ridge quake shakes NZ. Then two days ago, it was already looking like a ‘more noticable’ /serious? seismic brewing, which GNS Science advise us not to see: Taupo 6.5 quake not good news 4 ChristChurch or NZ. Three days ago, I showed precisely where to watch for any imminent local bad shakes again: Next ChristChurch 6+ quake (which is not starting to trend below the critical ten gigajoule daily Quake Energy release line again yet)

On Cashmere hill, the first high-frequency vibration burst came through from the Kermadecs at 7:45am.

More community discussion: Tamzin Kay South Pacific Quake & Tsunami July 7 2011 for AstroBlog.

N.B. fellow Kiwis – today’s Magnitude 4.8 – KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION 2011 July 06 21:25:04 UTC 9:25am aftershock does not even make it onto GeoNet’s radar! Nor this, a Raoull Island seismograph screenshot, taken 2 July and perhaps showing a clear foreshock to the 7.6 main shock, that had otherwise escaped all the published seismic records (and forecasting):

Raoul Island seismograph drum - GNS 020711

Raoul Island seismograph drum - GNS 020711

The Raoul Island 7.6 quake and aftershock pattern:
Raoul Island seismograph - GNS 070711b

Raoul Island seismograph - GNS 070711b

But here is the double shocker, the effect of the Kermadec magnitude 7.6 quake upon the other side of Antarctica, south of Cape Horn – Palmer Station:

Kermadec 7.6 - PalmerStation 070711

Kermadec 7.6 - PalmerStation 070711


And what is the extra trace movement you can see here got going early, ahead of the large one. about 4:25am NZST for almost an hour, that has no obvious other global seismic record?
Then a newer shot, capturing also the Kermadec 6.0 aftershock to the 7.6:
Palmer Station seismometer, Kermadec 6.0 - 070711

Palmer Station seismometer, Kermadec 6.0 - 070711

Let this be our triple alert, the effect of the Kermadec magnitude 7.6 quake upon Mount Erebus, NZ Ross Dependency, Antarctica:

Taupo mag 6.5 quake - Mount Erebus 060711

Kermadec 7.6 - Mount Erebus 070711

Significant aftershocks ~ THE EARTH IS STILL MOVING on the Kermadec Trench …

Kermadecs 7.6 quake - GIM 070711

Kermadecs 7.6 quake - GIM 070711

I tend to believe this duplicate Kermadec 7.6 depth record, starting this full event account that shows very strong link to west-coast California and Alaska USA (as figured two weeks ago), from the Live Earthquakes Map (magnitude + depth; newest at top):
(series is ever-continued… New data archive page follows on: Kermadec collision cont’d 11/07/11)
Saturday July 9 2011, 01:53:54 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.7 19.0
Saturday July 9 2011, 00:53:21 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.2 56.9
Friday July 8 2011, 23:54:14 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.9 53.8
Friday July 8 2011, 23:31:24 UTC Fiji region 5.1 520.7
Friday July 8 2011, 20:54:06 UTC Fiji region 4.7 577.1
Friday July 8 2011, 16:47:22 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.8 46.4
Friday July 8 2011, 05:53:03 UTC central Mid-Atlantic Ridge 5.3 10.0
Friday July 8 2011, 05:12:07 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.2 20.1
Friday July 8 2011, 04:49:22 UTC Fiji region 4.6 628.9
Friday July 8 2011, 03:40:24 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.3 22.2
Thursday July 7 2011, 23:27:54 UTC Canada -0.3 178.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 23:27:15 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.2 69.2
Thursday July 7 2011, 22:46:37 UTC Canada 3.1 76.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 21:03:34 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.1 1.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 19:08:36 UTC Fiji region 5.6 561.3
Thursday July 7 2011, 18:38:23 UTC south of Panama 4.5 10.1
Thursday July 7 2011, 18:35:42 UTC eastern Honshu, Japan 5.6 45.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 14:53:53 UTC south of the Kermadec Islands 5.3 40.3
Thursday July 7 2011, 13:47:01 UTC south of the Kermadec Islands 5.0 29.4

Thursday July 7 2011, 13:07:23 UTC Kermadec Islands, New Zealand 5.3
(trimmed out from here up, retaining items of interest)
Thursday July 7 2011, 09:29:58 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.5 22.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 09:10:52 UTC Kermadec Islands region 6.0 19.9

Thursday July 7 2011, 08:29:43 UTC Central California 2.1 2.5
Thursday July 7 2011, 08:17:30 UTC Central Alaska 1.5 84.4
Thursday July 7 2011, 08:00:54 UTC Southern California 1.1 14.1
Thursday July 7 2011, 07:46:08 UTC Central Alaska 1.2 0.9
Thursday July 7 2011, 07:20:09 UTC Central California 1.6 3.6
Thursday July 7 2011, 07:10:20 UTC Moro Gulf, Mindanao, Philippines 4.8 561.1
Thursday July 7 2011, 06:43:42 UTC Southern California 1.0 16.3
Thursday July 7 2011, 06:36:21 UTC Southern Alaska 2.6 91.8
Thursday July 7 2011, 06:05:21 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.7 19.6
Thursday July 7 2011, 05:10:08 UTC near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.9 30.4
Thursday July 7 2011, 05:03:55 UTC Southern California 2.0 14.5
Thursday July 7 2011, 05:03:55 UTC Southern California 2.0 14.5
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:40:17 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.5 19.4
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:38:54 UTC Southern Alaska 1.9 37.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:20:03 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.8 20.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:16:37 UTC Southern Alaska 1.7 3.1
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:12:08 UTC Central Alaska 1.9 59.7
Thursday July 7 2011, 04:02:05 UTC near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 4.9 33.9
Thursday July 7 2011, 03:49:18 UTC Washington 1.8 17.7
Thursday July 7 2011, 03:41:39 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.9 20.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 03:20:16 UTC Central Alaska 2.0 7.3
Thursday July 7 2011, 03:20:16 UTC Central Alaska 2.0 7.3
Thursday July 7 2011, 02:12:24 UTC Virgin Islands region 2.9 36.1
Thursday July 7 2011, 02:10:21 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.0 19.5
Thursday July 7 2011, 01:26:38 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.1 19.7

Thursday July 7 2011, 01:23:05 UTC northern Alaska 1.2 11.6
Thursday July 7 2011, 01:16:00 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.8 20.4
Thursday July 7 2011, 01:06:35 UTC Nevada 2.0 0.0
Thursday July 7 2011, 00:33:37 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.2 26.4
Thursday July 7 2011, 00:26:44 UTC Southern Alaska 3.1 131.4
Wednesday July 6 2011, 23:13:35 UTC Central California 1.4 10.3
Wednesday July 6 2011, 23:03:32 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.9 25.0
Wednesday July 6 2011, 22:52:25 UTC Alaska Peninsula 2.2 2.8
Wednesday July 6 2011, 22:50:24 UTC Southern California 1.4 18.8
Wednesday July 6 2011, 22:50:05 UTC Kenai Peninsula, Alaska 1.7 40.7
Wednesday July 6 2011, 22:31:27 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.9 27.6
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:49:08 UTC Central Alaska 2.0 74.7
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:36:37 UTC Southern Alaska 2.1 6.6
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:28:06 UTC Northern California 1.2 2.4
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:26:13 UTC Northern California 2.0 2.0
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:25:04 UTC Kermadec Islands region 4.8 18.9
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:07:08 UTC Central California 2.0 7.2
Wednesday July 6 2011, 21:04:03 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.3 16.8
Wednesday July 6 2011, 20:35:39 UTC Kermadec Islands region 5.6 10.0

Wednesday July 6 2011, 19:53:05 UTC Northern California 2.6 1.8
Wednesday July 6 2011, 19:24:55 UTC Southern California 2.4 21.0
Wednesday July 6 2011, 19:15:47 UTC Northern California 3.8 34.2
Wednesday July 6 2011, 19:03:16 UTC Kermadec Islands region 7.6 20.0
Wednesday July 6 2011, 19:03:16 UTC Kermadec Islands region 7.8 48.0

worlds collide? - Canada magnitude "-0.3" - GIM 090711

Worlds collide? - Canada 'Magnitude -0.3' - GIM 090711

Palmer Station Antarctica, below Cape Horn, shaking from two sides and ringing like a bell now – Pacific Kermadec 5.3, Mid-Atlantic Ridge 5.3, Kermadec 5.2:

Mid-Atlantic and Kermadec 5+ shocks - Palmer Station 090711

Mid-Atlantic and Kermadec 5+ shocks - Palmer Station 090711

Raoul Island / Kermadec Trench still very unsettled two days after magnitude 7.6 quake:

Raoul Island seismograph - GNS 090711

Raoul Island seismograph - GNS 090711

NOTE
Iceland volcano: eruption ‘could just be rehearsal’ for worse ash chaos if Katla blows “the magna chambers of a volcano that has some 10 times the power of Eyjafjallajökull are long ‘overdue’ an eruption after an unprecedented 92 years of inactivity..” telegraph.co.uk Saturday 09 July 2011.

…bringing Atlantic events into focus, centred on Palmer Station Antarctica at base here:

Mid-Atlantic Ridge magnitude 5.3 - GIM 090711

Mid-Atlantic Ridge magnitude 5.3 - GIM 090711


Mid-Atlantic Ridge magnitude 5.3 - USGS 090711

Mid-Atlantic Ridge magnitude 5.3 - USGS 090711 - Iceland watch

Who would have thought that sand-dunes could suffer earthquake damage? These photos of sand-dune cracks, due to earthquake-induced coastal ground-slumping presumably, are from Spencer Beach – opposite Brooklands, beside the Waimakariri River thwarted-estuary lagoon (still a favourite place of rare wild beauty):

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 0 - June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 0 - 17 June 2011


Brooklands lagoon dune pic 1 - 17 June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 1 - 17 June 2011


Brooklands lagoon dune pic 2 - 17 June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 2 - 17 June 2011


 Brooklands lagoon dune pic 3 - 17 June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 3 - 17 June 2011 - view south


Brooklands lagoon dune pic 4 - 17 June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 4 - 17 June 2011


Brooklands lagoon dune pic 5 - 17 June 2011

Brooklands lagoon dune pic 5 - 17 June 2011 - view north

~ Build thy house upon rock, ChristChurch

It is very clear that New Zealand geologists have suffered ‘silo effect’ in their misreading of the Christchurch earthquake series. They failed to read a very obvious sequence of earthquakes, from a much larger ground movement process, as a single source and single “main shock” concern initially, and thus proved incapable of preventing loss of life and community confidence when they could have preserved both.

The corporate-influenced scientists’ recent advice has just been proven seriously incorrect. From geonet.org.nz/canterbury-quakes/aftershocks page (“Observed” figures updated to 18 June by me, although GNS Science has revised and deleted this earlier projection since June 13th) asking for accountability:

“1 month forecast, May 19 – Jun 18
Expected range of aftershocks of magnitude 4.0-4.9 | Expected average | Observed to date
1 – 10 | 5 |” 20

“Expected range of aftershocks of magnitude 5.0 and above | Expected average | Observed to date
0 – 2 | <1 |” 4

Note: the new 13June2011 ‘aftershocks’ will continue to inflate these ‘unforeseen’ high results.

But finally we are getting useful advice from GNS, after the above projection and early-June media presentations by them turned out to be so embarrassing.[1] This can be understood one of two ways:

Either GNS geological methodology was seriously flawed (for dealing with central Canterbury’s unique seismic risk), or they knew a lot more than they were telling us previously (in a paternalistic policy of withholding ‘scary’ information, that they have now dropped, perhaps).

– Neither of these reasons are acceptable to the New Zealand public, for keeping us and our visitors safe, in the face of significant natural hazard. EQC has similarly proven woefully unprepared.

– Wake up to Zealandia's Chatham Rise “straight line” great fault awakening: the line-up of the Greendale Fault, through 22 February’s 6.3 and 13 June’s 5.6 and 6.3, straight out towards the Chatham Islands – and probably escalating seismic activity[2] – is looking incontrovertible:

http://quake.crowe.co.nz/QuakeMap/Search/ magnitude 5 and up - Christchurch

http://quake.crowe.co.nz/QuakeMap/Search/ magnitude 5 and up - Christchurch - revised to 6.3, 5.6, 6.3

The finished 13June2011 earthquake location record:

6.3 & 5.6 Sumner earthquakes -  quake.Crowe.co.nz 160611

6.3 & 5.6 Sumner earthquakes - quake.Crowe.co.nz 160611


Further (amateur) analysis detail is here: infohelp.co.nz/quake2

[1] More mis-informative, ‘authoritative’ downplaying of our current geological events, from late May: Big earthquake risk put at 23 per cent “during the next year” and ‘only 6% chance of it being near Christchurch’ ?! [2] (already! – so with the forecast likelihood of an even bigger shock now raised to “30%”, that is even surer) Press 31May11; Quake experts to speak 2Jun11; New faultlines found “Region has a low fault risk in the long term”; Little change to risk of big quake – expert 3Jun11; New faults fail to dull optimism 4Jun11; until:

Monday’s quakes reveal new fault “Another fault several kilometres south of the Port Hills fault is now believed responsible for yesterday’s major aftershocks. GNS Science seismologists said the newly confirmed fault had already generated a number of quakes since the deadly February 22 event. Dr Bill Fry said the dominant energy in Monday’s magnitude 5.7 and 6.3 aftershocks had been horizontal compared with vertical in February’s 6.3 quake. This meant they were felt differently. Unfortunately for Cantabrians, rather than reduce the statistical probability of another big quake, yesterday’s violent shakes will, for a time, increase the risk of another large aftershock of similar magnitude. However, GNS Science hazard modeller Dr Matt Gerstenberger said that elevated level of risk would not last long. It was also important to realise the risk estimates, and any other aftershock forecasts, were only computer models based on average quake sequences and not derived from any physical evidence, he said. Only two weeks ago, Christchurch city councillor Sue Wells released aftershock forecast information given to councillors. The calculations from GNS Science warned of a 23 per cent probability of a quake of magnitude 6.0 to 6.9 hitting the Canterbury aftershock zone within the next 12 months. GNS Science said the risk of an aftershock of that size occurring under or close to Christchurch was much lower – around 6 per cent. Yesterday’s largest earthquakes were located close to the coast and slightly south of the eastern tip of the Port Hills fault, which generated the magnitude-6.3 quake on February 22. Given their similar positions, scientists say the 1pm earthquake is believed to be a foreshock of the second quake..” 14Jun11

Conclusions: New-old fault larger? ~ #kaiapoi #chch having asked Will it be this June? ~ #eqnz re Big One.

Note too how 13June2011’s aftershocks are – unless the seismometers are calibrated differently – more strongly felt towards the Southern Alps:

Canterbury Seismometer Drums - Geonet 130611

Canterbury Seismometer Drums - GeoNet 130611


Combine this with the Murchison, Hanmer, Haast and Milford Sound earthquakes of the past week (mid-to-high 4s) and we must now START WATCHING THE ALPINE FAULT INTENTLY …
Milford Sound 4.8 - GNS 120611

Milford Sound 4.8 - GNS 120611

Zealandia is the ancient and unique Pacific Plate landmass (mostly submerged) that, in stalling the Australian Plate, built up the Southern Alps. It’s massive might has only just started to reveal itself.

Regarding an Alpine ~8.0 earthquake, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

Zealandia Continent map Wikipedia; NIWA bathymetry and news.

Believable? – ‘No movement imminent on the Alpine fault soon’ What lies beneath? The Press 18Sep10

Palmer Station Antarctica - 131611

Palmer Station Antarctica - 131611 NZST

But most noteworthy of all today perhaps, the view from the other side of Antarctica, at Palmer Station:

The big disturbance shown is our Christchurch 6.3. Above that and much smaller is the – much nearer to Palmer Station – South Shetlands Islands 4.9 of 0.02am UTC. At top and magnitude ~5+ is… something not recorded anywhere else (on quakes.globalincidentmap.com that is). This must be another Antarctic earthquake, that needs closer examination. Check the graph of dramatic other recent Antarctic perturbation on #Earth vs #Capitalism #volcano #disaster post, again from Palmer Station.

Let us observe with consideration that the faulting ‘cracks’ in the ‘eggshell’ Earth are converging south upon Antarctica.

~ Kia ora

Easter Island magnitude 4.9 link? - USGS 070611

Easter Island magnitude 4.9 link? - USGS 070611


Southern Pacific earthquake alignments preceding Christchurch 6.3 - Peru 6.0 GIM 080611

Southern Pacific earthquake alignments preceding Christchurch 6.3 - Peru 6.0 GIM 080611


Peru magnitude 6.0 forward of Christchurch 6.3 - USGS 080611

Peru magnitude 6.0 forward of Christchurch 6.3 - USGS 080611


South Shetlands Islands 4.9 - USGS 130611

South Shetlands Islands 4.9 - USGS 130611 NZST


ChristChurch 6.3 - USGS 130611

ChristChurch 6.3 - USGS 130611 NZST

14Jun11 update:

Australian Plate and South Pacific still very lively:

Sandwich Islands magnitude 5.3 - USGS 140611

Sandwich Islands magnitude 5.3, Fiji 5.4, Indonesia 5.6 & 6.4 - USGS 140611

Methven magnitude 4.8 - NSN 140611

Methven magnitude 4.8 - geonet.org.nz/earthquake/quakes/recent_quakes 140611

Geonet “recent quakes” is all Christchurch – but with a Lake Heron, Methven area magnitude 4.8 punching the Chatham Rise “straight line” fault sequence straight into the Alps.

a. Here is Palmer Station again, showing the Indonesia 6.4 quake.

Sumatra 6.4, Sandwich Islands 5.3, Sumatra 5.6 - Palmer Station Antarctica 140611 NZST

a. Sumatra 6.4, Sandwich Islands 5.3, Sumatra 5.6 - Palmer Station Antarctica 140611

b. Then, another ‘undocumented’ Antarctic earthquake from Palmer Station seismometer of 15 June, #2 below.

Palmer Station Antarctica - unknown quake 150611 NZST

b. Palmer Station Antarctica - unknown quake 150611 NZST

c. 18Jun11 update: As predicted yet again, almost, at 5:56pm NZST, a near-Antarctic earthquake.

Bellaney Islands magnitude 5.1 - GIM 180611

c-1. Bellaney Islands magnitude 5.1 - GIM 180611


Bellaney Islands 5.1 - GIM 180611

c-2. Bellaney Islands 5.1 - GIM 180611


Bellaney Islands 5.1 - USGS 180611

c-3. Bellaney Islands 5.1 - USGS 180611

Bellaney Islands magnitude 5.1 - Palmer Station Antarctica 180611

c-4. Bellaney Islands magnitude 5.1 - Palmer Station Antarctica 180611


c-4. Penultimately, the Bellaney Islands magnitude 5.1 as seen in record from the other side of Antarctica, Palmer Station 180611, after two other quakes – unknown and local. N.B. the Bellaney Islands are stratovolcanoes on facebook.

Bellaney Islands region 5.1 - Google Map 180611

c-5. Bellaney Islands region magnitude 5.1 - Google Map 180611

Source: Google Map via USGS record. My facebook comment:

Hi. Have been tracking Canterbury-NZ quake context, following flow south and expecting Antarctic volcanics to soon feature. Then 5.56pm Sat, here it begins: Balleny Islands region http://www.nzgeographic.co.nz/articles.php?ID=194 + my notes: (current page) ..am seeing scenario where Chch quakes stay large and keep breaking east, until final ‘straw’ (camel’s back) that allows Alpine Fault to slip (the major damage source). Zealandia rules our seismic lives, from below the waves and the city.. (Zealandia is the heavy brake that can break)