updated -12-29-10

 

EARTH CHANGES


35 km (21.7 miles) set by location program  

EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION

syzygy - earthquake predictions

NASA SATELLITE EARTHQUAKE PREDICTIONS

2010 - YELLOWSTONE ALERT
 

PREDICTIONS FROM URBAN SURVIVAL

2010

 

 

The problem is that as we look at the data, there are at least six great quakes due during calendar 2010 and possibly many more.  After six, we stopped looking - not a pretty sight.  We assume you know a 'great' quake is one with magnitude 8.0 or larger, but in a social sense, Haiti is a 'great' quake based on extreme loss of life.

 

From the period (approximately) July 7th onward, the data features six clusters of data that will be larger than the global horror that followed the 2004 tsunami.  And - sad to report - the data suggests that 220-million will be moving around just on the [American continent] which means additional quakes can be expected this year of larger magnitude including some hints that one will be on the US West coast.

 

Among the problems with predictive linguistics technology is that it's not precise. How people use language is drifty on a good day. Although the US quake(s) seems to be California'ish, it could be as far north as Vancouver Island.  Such is the imprecision of the data.  No, can't narrow it down to the Long Valley caldera, Yellowstone, or something as simple as that.

 

What is clear is that our 'context shift' is 'terra entity', we can't offer any further insight except to say that the data also suggests that by the end of this year, we may see more than a billion people involved in diaspora else; particularly India/Pakistan/China and there are some indications that dislocated people will stream north toward Siberia/Mongolia as a result.

 

You might ask "Why wasn't this in the Shape of Things to Come report?  Fair question:  not trying to hide anything...remember, though, we've been saying for the past 9-months (roughly, could be longer) that looking into the data from late 2009 onward for quake activity was pretty much pointless.  Gets to be too much.  Our accuracy is occasionally very good with isolated near-great quakes like our call on the May 2008 China event, but even if we had been translated into mandarin prior to the May 'wedding quake', would it have modified anyone's behavior or saved lives?  Likely not.

 

Add to that the problems we had sorting out the  'print through" on the Lacey Peterson trial/Redwood City (Sept. 2004) quake which preceded the Dec. 2004 tsunami? The  Peterson trial was interrupted by the Redwood City quake and some linguistics (courthouse emptied) were fulfilled, ;leavings us to scratch our heads and pondering "Damn...where's the land driven back to previous age, 200-thousand dead and all that language?"  Showed up - all right - about 120 days later.

All of which is not supposed to make you feel better - or worse- about what's ahead in the second half of this year - our timing sucks when there gets to be overlap, print-through, and multiple images of the same thing.  Go look at how clear the Wedding Quake hit was before and after the event.  (Scroll down to the May 12, 2008 entry "Oh, THAT Quake...)

5-12-08 - 7.9 QUAKE - CHENGDU, CHINA - 8700+ DIE

So whether we get a half dozen seven-oh's this year with huge loss of life or a series of 8's and larger is really outside the scope of this project.  Not much anyone can do about it, except have food, water, seeds and a mindset that will allow you to start over and prosper under the most adverse adverse conditions imaginable which by year-end maybe upwards 1.4-billion people will experience..

 

Best we hope for is to be wrong and it will be media buzz only - always hard to distinguish from physical/objective reality.  Our fishing grounds are internet fora, which oh, by the way, may go down in late summer as a global phenomena.  So yeah, in addition to working on his survival pod-boat, Cliff's looking at a satellite-based internet system.

 

Mine's been in for a couple of years seeing this period coming.  Oh, might want to mark down your home/residence's lat/lon by GPS and keep it handy for a couple of years.  If it starts changing outside the 2DRMS error of SA(ASM if you're in green), it'll be time to gear up.

 

Why, I bet hardly any of your friends noticed the proximity of Haiti's quake to the news stories about how the "Earth's magnetic north pole marching toward Siberia at 37 miles per year" did they

 

 

09:35 -- Occasional Linguistic Fill Notes

 

"Haitian Diaspora"

With former president Clinton mentioning the 'Haitian diaspora" on an MSNBC interview last night, struck me as we should look at the use of 'diaspora' as it pops up related to Haiti.

 

Sure enough, got 93 'hits' on the phrase on Google's news search engine right now and no doubt that will continue to build.

 

We had discussed 200,000 - but we also had references to 220-million.  Still, decimal points are a real soft spot of the web bot processing.  Cliff points out there's a big linguistic difference between millions and thousands, but bear with me for a sec.  What IF the number turns out to be 200 or 220-thosuand and the directional language we were seeing was not 220-million north to Canada, but instead 220,000 north to the USA?

 

If I were a betting man I'd lay down a few cents betting that within a few days to weeks, we will hear about calls for the US to accept (200,000 to 220,000) Haitian refugees in the US on an emergency/humanitarian basis.

 

Our time machine is rickety and all, but may be offering hints on this one...and we're just too dense to get it all sorted right.  Quick!  Build more SQL predicates!

 

Sure builds the fill for the descriptors fit 'the land where people eat dirt' doesn't it? More on that as Cliff runs linguistic fill stats.  Bet me on the 'humanitarian' wave of refugees?  Timing fits with all the talk about violence in the streets and imagery of national collapse, too

 

FROM: http://urbansurvival.com/week.htm

 

 

WE WILL TRACK THE PREDICTIONS HERE - THE REMAINDER OF THE QUAKE/S ARE BELOW:  As of 12-25-10 - we are at  24 quakes at or above 7.0

WE WILL GIVE CREDIT FOR THE HAITI QUAKE HERE AS WELL:

1-12-10 - 7.0 QUAKE - HAITI

2-18-10 - 7.3 EARTHQUAKE
RYUKYU ISLANDS, JAPAN

2-27-10 - 8.8 QUAKE - CHILI
we aren't counting the 6.3 aftershock in Argentina,
nor the 200+ aftershocks in Chili, seventeen of which were over 6.0

Experts say that the big quake moved the earth by 3 inches
and shortened the day by 1.26 microseconds.

3-3-10   -  6.4 Taiwan

3-4-10 -  6.4  Vanuatu Islands

Region:                            KEPULAUAN OBI, INDONESIA
Geographic coordinates:             1.710S, 128.051E
Magnitude:                        6.4 Mb
Depth:                            52 km
Universal Time (UTC):             14 Mar 2010  00:57:45
Time near the Epicenter:          14 Mar 2010  09:57:45
Local standard time in your area: 13 Mar 2010  16:57:45
Location with respect to nearby cities:
220 km (137 miles) N (357 degrees) of Ambon, Moluccas, Indonesia
289 km (179 miles) SSE (165 degrees) of Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia
372 km (231 miles) WSW (255 degrees) of Sorong, Irian Jaya, Indonesia

 Region:                            NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Geographic coordinates:            37.759N, 141.562E
Magnitude:                        6.6 Mw
Depth:                            26 km
Universal Time (UTC):             14 Mar 2010  08:08:03
Time near the Epicenter:          14 Mar 2010  17:08:03
Local standard time in your area: 14 Mar 2010  00:08:03
Location with respect to nearby cities:
  81 km (50 miles) SE (132 degrees) of Sendai, Honshu, Japan
  96 km (60 miles) E (88 degrees) of Fukushima, Honshu, JaSan
  97 km (60 miles) NE (37 degrees) of Iwaki, Honshu, Japan
283 km (176 miles) NE (34 degrees) of TOKYO, Japan

Region: NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.
Geographic coordinates: 3.380S, 152.231E
Magnitude: 6.2 Mw
Depth: 423 km
Universal Time (UTC): 20 Mar 2010 14:00:51
Time near the Epicenter: 21 Mar 2010 00:00:51
Local standard time in your area: 20 Mar 2010 06:00:51
Location with respect to nearby cities:
93 km (58 miles) N (3 degrees) of Rabaul, New Britain, PNG
183 km (114 miles) ESE (120 degrees) of Kavieng, New Ireland, PNG
436 km (271 miles) NE (43 degrees) of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG 690 km (429 miles) ENE (57 degrees) of Lae, New Guinea, PNG
876 km (544 miles) NE (40 degrees) of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea

Magnitude 6.0 MINDORO, PHILIPPINES
Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 05:29:30 UTC


Region:                            ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION
Geographic coordinates:            13.616N,  92.858E
Magnitude:                        6.4 Mw
Depth:                            45 km
Universal Time (UTC):             30 Mar 2010  16:54:48
Time near the Epicenter:          30 Mar 2010  22:24:48
Local standard time in your area: 30 Mar 2010  08:54:48

Location with respect to nearby cities:
217 km (135 miles) N (4 degrees) of Port Blair, Andaman Islands, India
406 km (252 miles) SSW (210 degrees) of Pathein (Bassein), Myanmar
500 km (311 miles) SW (226 degrees) of YANGON (Rangoon), Myanmar

4-4-10
7.2 EARTHQUAKE
BAJA-SAN DIEGO, CA

ca quake 4-10-10

 

April 06, 2010 

7.8 Mag. Quake Hits Sumatra -

Tsunami Warning Canceled

A tsunami alert has been lifted after an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8
 hit the Indonesian
island of Sumatra. The quake's epicenter was 204km
(127 miles) northwest of Sibolga on Sumatra's coast, at a depth of nearly 48km,
the US Geological Survey said.
 
Three aftershocks were reported in the northern
province of Aceh, but there were no reports of casualties. Indonesia sits on the
Pacific Ring of Fire, one of the world's most active areas for earthquakes and volcanoes.

http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100411_uya5/neic_uya5_t.html

Region:                            SOLOMON ISLANDS
Geographic coordinates:            10.913S, 161.130E
Magnitude:                        6.8 Mw
Depth:                            60 km
Universal Time (UTC):             11 Apr 2010  09:40:30
Time near the Epicenter:          11 Apr 2010  20:40:30
Local standard time in your area: 11 Apr 2010  01:40:30

Location with respect to nearby cities:

 102 km (63 miles) WSW (240 degrees) of Kira Kira, Solomon Islands
 206 km (128 miles) SE (141 degrees) of HONIARA, Solomon Islands
 245 km (152 miles) S (169 degrees) of Auki, Solomon Islands
event ID                     :  US 2010uya5

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2010uya5.php

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

P-wave
http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_vacp_t.html

Region:                            SOUTHERN QINGHAI, CHINA
6.9 ORIGINAL QUAKE - 200 - 300 AFTERSHOCKS SO FAR

OVER 600 DEATHS
more than 10,000 injuries
Geographic coordinates:            33.263N,  96.665E
Magnitude:                        6.9 Mw
Depth:                            46 km
Universal Time (UTC):             13 Apr 2010  23:49:42
Time near the Epicenter:          14 Apr 2010  07:49:42
Local standard time in your area: 13 Apr 2010  15:49:42

Location with respect to nearby cities:
239 km (149 miles) NNW (347 degrees) of Qamdo, Xizang (Tibet)
380 km (236 miles) SSE (155 degrees) of Golmud, Qinghai, China
604 km (376 miles) SW (234 degrees) of Xining, Qinghai, China
919 km (571 miles) NE (44 degrees) of THIMPHU, Bhutan


P-wave;  http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_veb7_t.html

Region:                            EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG., P.N.G.
Geographic coordinates:             6.744S, 147.258E
Magnitude:                        6.3 Mb
Depth:                            66 km
Universal Time (UTC):             17 Apr 2010  23:15:24
Time near the Epicenter:          18 Apr 2010  09:15:24
Local standard time in your area: 17 Apr 2010  15:15:24

Location with respect to nearby cities:
  28 km (18 miles) E (89 degrees) of Lae, New Guinea, PNG
215 km (133 miles) NE (50 degrees) of Kerema, New Guinea, PNG
216 km (134 miles) ESE (110 degrees) of Goroka, New Guinea, PNG
303 km (188 miles) N (1 degrees) of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea

P-wave; 
http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_vlat_t.html

Region:                            KEPULAUAN OBI, INDONESIA
Geographic coordinates:             1.863S, 128.157E
Magnitude:                        6.1 Mw
Depth:                            53 km
Universal Time (UTC):             24 Apr 2010  07:41:03
Time near the Epicenter:          24 Apr 2010  16:41:03
Local standard time in your area: 23 Apr 2010  23:41:03

Location with respect to nearby cities:
202 km (126 miles) N (360 degrees) of Ambon, Moluccas, Indonesia
308 km (192 miles) SSE (164 degrees) of Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia
366 km (227 miles) WSW (252 degrees) of Sorong, Irian Jaya, Indonesia
800 km (497 miles) NNE (21 degrees) of DILI, East Timor


P-wave;  http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_vnag_t.html
Region:                            SOUTHEAST OF TAIWAN
Geographic coordinates:            22.247N, 123.733E
Magnitude:                        6.9 Mw
Depth:                            10 km
Universal Time (UTC):             26 Apr 2010  02:59:50
Time near the Epicenter:          26 Apr 2010  10:59:50
Local standard time in your area: 25 Apr 2010  18:59:50

Location with respect to nearby cities:
244 km (152 miles) S (191 degrees) of Ishigaki-jima, Ryukyu Islands, Japan
269 km (167 miles) E (101 degrees) of T'ai-tung, Taiwan
271 km (169 miles) NE (41 degrees) of Basco, Batan Islands, Philippines
897 km (557 miles) NNE (19 degrees) of MANILA, Philippines

http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_vvcg_t.html
Magnitude 6.3 OFFSHORE BIO-BIO, CHILE
Monday, May 03, 2010 at 23:09:45 UTC

http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_vxbk_t.html
Region:                            SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
Geographic coordinates:             4.081S, 101.068E
Magnitude:                        6.3 Mw
Depth:                            18 km
Universal Time (UTC):              5 May 2010  16:29:02
Time near the Epicenter:           5 May 2010  23:29:02
Local standard time in your area:  5 May 2010  08:29:02
Location with respect to nearby cities:
 138 km (86 miles) WSW (255 degrees) of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia
 357 km (222 miles) SSE (167 degrees) of Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia
 398 km (247 miles) SW (225 degrees) of Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia
 669 km (416 miles) WNW (290 degrees) of JAKARTA, Java, Indonesia

http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_waaj_t.html
Region:                            SUMBAWA REGION, INDONESIA
Geographic coordinates:             8.122S, 118.237E
Magnitude:                        6.1 Mw
Depth:                            20 km
Universal Time (UTC):              8 May 2010  03:22:11
Time near the Epicenter:           8 May 2010  11:22:11
Local standard time in your area:  7 May 2010  19:22:11
 Location with respect to nearby cities:
  67 km (42 miles) WNW (303 degrees) of Raba, Sumbawa, Indonesia
 275 km (171 miles) ENE (58 degrees) of Mataram, Lombok, Indonesia
 336 km (209 miles) E (80 degrees) of Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia  810 km (503 miles) W (273 degrees) of DILI, East Timor

http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100509_wbaq/neic_wbaq_t.html
Region:                            NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
Geographic coordinates:             3.728N,  96.080E
Magnitude:                        7.4 Mw
Depth:                            61 km
Universal Time (UTC):              9 May 2010  05:59:44
Time near the Epicenter:           9 May 2010  12:59:44
Local standard time in your area:  8 May 2010  21:59:44
Location with respect to nearby cities:
 214 km (133 miles) SSE (157 degrees) of Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia
 286 km (178 miles) W (273 degrees) of Medan, Sumatra, Indonesia
 377 km (234 miles) NW (307 degrees) of Sibolga, Sumatra, Indonesia
 627 km (390 miles) W (276 degrees) of KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia

neis/bulletin/neic_wrbc_t.htm

Region:                            ACRE, BRAZIL
Geographic coordinates:             8.065S,  71.566W
Magnitude:                        6.3 Mw Depth:                            578 km
Universal Time (UTC):             24 May 2010  16:18:29
Time near the Epicenter:          24 May 2010  11:18:29
Local standard time in your area: 24 May 2010  08:18:29
Location with respect to nearby cities:
 127 km (79 miles) ESE (110 degrees) of Cruzeiro do Sul, Brazil
 328 km (204 miles) E (84 degrees) of Pucallpa, Peru
 464 km (288 miles) WNW (297 degrees) of Rio Branco, Brazil
 749 km (466 miles) NE (54 degrees) of LIMA, Peru

Large 7.7 Quake Hits Indian Islands - Tsunami Warning Issued

A powerful earthquake of 7.7 magnitude struck near India's Nicobar Islands and northwest of the tip of
 Indonesia's Sumatra island on Saturday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

A regional tsunami watch was in effect for all areas of the Indian Ocean, the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said on its website.
The epicenter of the quake was 107 miles (171 km) west of Misha on the Nicobar Islands at a depth of 20.5 miles (33 km), USGS said.

P-wave;
http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100612_xkbv/neic_xkbv_t.html

From: USGS ENS [mailto:ens@usgs.gov]
Sent: Saturday, June 12, 2010 12:56 PM
Subject: 2010-06-12 19:26:50 (Mw 7.7) NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION 7.7 92.0
(82be)

                    Region:                            NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION
Geographic coordinates:             7.702N,  91.974E
Magnitude:                        7.7 Mw
Depth:                            35 km
Universal Time (UTC):             12 Jun 2010  19:26:50
Time near the Epicenter:          13 Jun 2010  01:26:50
Local standard time in your area: 12 Jun 2010  11:26:50

Location with respect to nearby cities:
157 km (98 miles) WSW (258 degrees) of Misha, Nicobar Islands, India
445 km (276 miles) NW (304 degrees) of Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia
449 km (279 miles) S (191 degrees) of Port Blair, Andaman Islands, India
1108 km (688 miles) SSW (205 degrees) of YANGON (Rangoon), Myanmar

 

Magnitude 6.5 - BIO-BIO, CHILE

2010 July 14 08:32:22 UTC

Magnitude Date-Time L Distances 55 km (35 miles) SE of Lebu, Bio-Bio, Chile
100 km (65 miles) NW of Temuco, Araucania, Chile
105 km (65 miles) SW of Los Angeles, Bio-Bio, Chile
560 km (350 miles) SSW of SANTIAGO, Region Metropolitana, Chile

Magnitude 7.3 - NEW BRITAIN REGION,

PAPUA NEW GUINEA

2010 July 18 13:34:59 UTC

Magnitude 7.3 - NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

2010 July 18 13:34:59 UTC

  • Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 13:34:59 UTC
  • Sunday, July 18, 2010 at 11:34:59 PM at epicenter
  • Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
  • ">5.939S, 150.572E
  •  

    Magnitude 6.9 - NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

    2010 July 18 13:04:11 UTC

     

    Magnitude 6.9
    Date-Time
    Location 6.000S, 150.436E
    Depth 42 km (26.1 miles)
    Region NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
    Distances 60 km (35 miles) SSE of Kimbe, New Britain, PNG
    100 km (65 miles) ENE of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG
    525 km (325 miles) NE of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea
    2400 km (1490 miles) N of BRISBANE, Queensland, Australia
    65 km (40 miles) SE of Kimbe, New Britain, PNG
    115 km (75 miles) ENE of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG
    540 km (335 miles) NE of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea
    2400 km (1490 miles) N of BRISBANE, Queensland, Australia

    Magnitude 6.6 - FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA

    2010 July 18 05:56:44 UTC

    Earthquake Details

    • This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
    Magnitude 6.6
    Date-Time
    Location 52.867N, 169.840W
    Depth 10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program
    Region FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
    Distances 60 km (40 miles) ENE of Yunaska Island, Alaska
    65 km (40 miles) W of Nikolski, Alaska
    1515 km (940 miles) WSW of Anchorage, Alaska
    2295 km (1420 miles) W of JUNEAU, Alaska

    Theoretical P-Wave Travel Times   http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100630_yday/neic_yday_t.html

    Magnitude 6.3 OAXACA, MEXICO
    Wednesday, June 30, 2010 at 07:22:28 UTC

    Theoretical P-Wave Travel Times  http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_zaaq_t.html

    Magnitude 6.2 VANUATU
    Thursday, July 22, 2010 at 05:04:01 UTC
      MAG UTC DATE-TIME
    y/m/d h:m:s
    LAT
    deg
    LON
    deg
    DEPTH
    km
     Region
    MAP  7.4   2010/07/23 23:15:09    6.749    123.268  616.7   MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
    MAP  7.6   2010/07/23 22:51:12    6.494    123.533  576.3   MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
    MAP  5.4   2010/07/23 22:19:36    6.764    123.545  594.8   MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
    MAP  7.3   2010/07/23 22:08:11    6.708    123.479  604.5   MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES

    P-wave;

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_zma4_t.html

                      Region:                            MOLUCCA SEA

    Geographic coordinates:             1.243N, 126.277E

    Magnitude:                        6.3 Mw

    Depth:                            42 km

    Universal Time (UTC):              3 Aug 2010  12:08:26

    Time near the Epicenter:           3 Aug 2010  20:08:26

    Local standard time in your area:  3 Aug 2010  04:08:26

     

    Location with respect to nearby cities:

     132 km (82 miles) WNW (292 degrees) of Ternate, Moluccas, Indonesia

     161 km (100 miles) E (100 degrees) of Manado, Sulawesi, Indonesia

     363 km (226 miles) ENE (78 degrees) of Gorontalo, Sulawesi, Indonesia

    1095 km (681 miles) N (4 degrees) of DILI, East Timor

    Theoretical P-Wave Travel Times
    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_znbf_t.html

    Magnitude 6.4 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
    Wednesday, August 04, 2010 at 12:58:24 UTC

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_zncq_t.html

    Magnitude 7.0 - NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

    2010 August 04 22:01:43 UTC

     

                      Region:                            NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.

    Geographic coordinates:             5.804S, 150.767E
    Magnitude:                        7.0 Mw
    Depth:                            54 km
    Universal Time (UTC):              4 Aug 2010  22:01:45
    Time near the Epicenter:           5 Aug 2010  08:01:45
    Local standard time in your area:  4 Aug 2010  14:01:45

    145 km (90 miles) ENE (71 degrees) of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG
     236 km (147 miles) SW (222 degrees) of Rabaul, New Britain, PNG  360 km (224 miles) S (181 degrees) of Kavieng, New Ireland, PNG
     429 km (267 miles) ENE (76 degrees) of Lae, New Guinea, PNG
     566 km (352 miles) NE (44 degrees) of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea

     

    P-wave

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100810_zuaq/neic_zuaq_t.html

    http://www.cnn.com/2010/WORLD/asiapcf/08/10/vanuatu.quake/index.html?hpt=T

      Region:                            VANUATU
    Geographic coordinates:            17.590S, 167.977E
    Magnitude:                        7.5 Mw
    Depth:                            35 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             10 Aug 2010  05:23:46
    Time near the Epicenter:          10 Aug 2010  16:23:46
    Local standard time in your area:  9 Aug 2010  21:23:46

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100812_zwa5/neic_zwa5_t.html

    Region:                            ECUADOR

    Geographic coordinates:             1.275S,  77.374W
    Magnitude:                        7.1 M
    Depth:                            189 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             12 Aug 2010  11:54:14
    Time near the Epicenter:          12 Aug 2010  06:54:14
    Local standard time in your area: 12 Aug 2010  03:54:14 

    Location with respect to nearby cities:

     142 km (88 miles) E (89 degrees) of Ambato, Ecuador
     171 km (106 miles) SE (133 degrees) of QUITO, Ecuador
     256 km (159 miles) NE (45 degrees) of Cuenca, Ecuador 

     P-wave;

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100813_zxcf/neic_zxcf_t.html

     Region:                            MARIANA ISLANDS REGION
    Geographic coordinates:            12.409N, 141.487E
    Magnitude:                        7.2 MDepth:                            4 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             13 Aug 2010  21:19:32
    Time near the Epicenter:          14 Aug 2010  07:19:32
    Local standard time in your area: 13 Aug 2010  13:19:32

    Location with respect to nearby cities:

     373 km (232 miles) WSW (252 degrees) of HAGATNA, Guam
     487 km (303 miles) NE (48 degrees) of Yap, Micronesia
    1664 km (1034 miles) N (3 degrees) of Jayapura, Irian Jaya, Indonesia

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_zzbr_t.html

                     

    Region:                            NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.

    Geographic coordinates:             5.706S, 148.290E
    Magnitude:                        6.3 Mw
    Depth:                            192 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             15 Aug 2010  15:09:31
    Time near the Epicenter:          16 Aug 2010  01:09:31
    Local standard time in your area: 15 Aug 2010  07:09:31

    Location with respect to nearby cities:

     149 km (93 miles) WNW (293 degrees) of Kandrian, New Britain, PNG
     184 km (114 miles) NE (51 degrees) of Lae, New Guinea, PNG
     277 km (172 miles) E (101 degrees) of Madang, New Guinea, PNG
     435 km (270 miles) NNE (16 degrees) of PORT MORESBY, Papua New Guinea 

    ________________________________

    event ID                     :  US 2010zzbr

     

    This event has been reviewed by a seismologist at NEIC For subsequent updates, maps, and technical information, see:

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2010zzbr.php

    or http://earthquake.usgs.gov/ 

    National Earthquake Information Center -U.S. Geological Survey

    http://neic.usgs.gov/

    Region:                            EAST OF KURIL ISLANDS
    Geographic coordinates:            45.964N, 153.215E
    Magnitude:                        6.0 M
    Depth:                            33 km
    Universal Time (UTC):              4 Aug 2010  23:48:02
    Time near the Epicenter:           5 Aug 2010  09:48:02
    Local standard time in your area:  4 Aug 2010  15:48:02

    Location with respect to nearby cities:
    423 km (263 miles) ENE (77 degrees) of Kuril'sk, Kuril Islands
    774 km (481 miles) ENE (61 degrees) of Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan
    1607 km (998 miles) NE (40 degrees) of TOKYO, Japan


    ADDITIONAL EARTHQUAKE PARAMETERS
    ________________________________
    event ID                     :  US 2010znc4

    This event has been reviewed by a seismologist at NEIC
    For subsequent updates, maps, and technical information, see:
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2010znc4.php
    or
    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

    National Earthquake Information Center
    U.S. Geological Survey
    http://neic.usgs.gov/


    4.8 Wyoming

    Region:                            WYOMING
    Geographic coordinates:            43.653N, 110.279W
    Magnitude:                        4.8 Mb
    Depth:                            5 km
    Universal Time (UTC):              5 Aug 2010  00:04:18
    Time near the Epicenter:           4 Aug 2010  18:04:18
    Local standard time in your area:  4 Aug 2010  16:04:18

    Location with respect to nearby cities:
      44 km (27 miles) ENE (63 degrees) of Jackson, WY
      45 km (28 miles) E (80 degrees) of Teton Village, WY
      47 km (30 miles) ENE (73 degrees) of Moose Wilson Road, WY
    349 km (217 miles) NNE (22 degrees) of Salt Lake City, UT

    P-wave;  http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_ata9_t.html

    Region:                            ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.

    Geographic coordinates:            51.785N, 176.009W
    Magnitude:                        6.3 Mw
    Depth:                            50 km
    Universal Time (UTC):              3 Sep 2010  11:16:08
    Time near the Epicenter:           3 Sep 2010  02:16:08

    Local standard time in your area:  3 Sep 2010  03:16:08

     Location with respect to nearby cities:

      45 km (28 miles) ESE (104 degrees) of Adak, AK
     131 km (82 miles) WSW (250 degrees) of Atka, AK
    1901 km (1181 miles) WSW (249 degrees) of Anchorage, AK

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/eq_depot/2010/eq_100903_atbj/neic_atbj_t.html

    PRELIMINARY EARTHQUAKE REPORT ==

     

    Region:                            SOUTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND

    Geographic coordinates:            43.332S, 172.437E
    Magnitude:                        7.2 Mw
    Depth:                            16 km
    Universal Time (UTC):              3 Sep 2010  16:35:44
    Time near the Epicenter:           4 Sep 2010  04:35:44
    Local standard time in your area:  3 Sep 2010  08:35:44

       31 km (19 miles) NW (322 degrees) of Christchurch, New Zealand
     186 km (116 miles) SSE (160 degrees) of Westport, New Zealand
     299 km (186 miles) SW (219 degrees) of WELLINGTON, New Zealand


    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_a00043nx_t.html

    6.1 in Molucca Sea too

     Region:                            KEP. MENTAWAI REGION, INDONESIA

    Geographic coordinates:             3.464S, 100.083E
    Magnitude:                        7.5 M
    Depth:                            14 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             25 Oct 2010  14:42:22
    Time near the Epicenter:          25 Oct 2010  21:42:22
    Local standard time in your area: 25 Oct 2010  06:42:22

     Location with respect to nearby cities:

     245 km (152 miles) W (278 degrees) of Bengkulu, Sumatra, Indonesia
     281 km (175 miles) S (186 degrees) of Padang, Sumatra, Indonesia
     446 km (277 miles) WSW (242 degrees) of Jambi, Sumatra, Indonesia
     674 km (419 miles) SW (218 degrees) of SINGAPORE

    12-21-10
    obh the day of the solstice - full lunar eclipse

    7.4 quake hits off Japanese islands
    no damage - epicenter 650 miles south of Tokyo - 95 miles off
    shore

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/us2010ata9.php

    or

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_c0000usf_t.html

     

    region:                            VANUATU REGION

    Geographic coordinates:            19.759S, 167.973E
    Magnitude:                        7.6 M
    Depth:                            24 km

    Universal Time (UTC):             25 Dec 2010  13:16:38
    Time near the Epicenter:          26 Dec 2010  00:16:38
    Local standard time in your area: 25 Dec 2010  05:16:38

    Location with respect to nearby cities:
    138 km (86 miles) W (259 degrees) of Isangel, Vanuatu
    196 km (122 miles) N (3 degrees) of Tadine, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia
    226 km (140 miles) S (189 degrees) of PORT-VILA, Vanuatu
    1749 km (1087 miles) ENE (64 degrees) of Brisbane, Australia

    http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/neic_c0000wb3_t.html

    Region:                            VANUATU
    Geographic coordinates:            19.682S, 168.175E

    Magnitude:                        6.6 M
    Depth:                            31 km
    Universal Time (UTC):             29 Dec 2010  06:54:21
    Time near the Epicenter:          29 Dec 2010  17:54:21
    Local standard time in your area: 28 Dec 2010  22:54:21

    Location with respect to nearby cities:
    116 km (72 miles) W (262 degrees) of Isangel, Vanuatu
    206 km (128 miles) N (9 degrees) of Tadine, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia
    215 km (134 miles) S (183 degrees) of PORT-VILA, Vanuatu
    1772 km (1101 miles) ENE (64 degrees) of Brisbane, Australia

     

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsww/Quakes/usc0000usf.php

    or

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/

     

    National Earthquake Information Center

    U.S. Geological Survey

    http://neic.usgs.gov/

     

     

     

    COMPARING THE EARTHQUAKES TO THE ECONOMY

    Wednesday  March 3, 2010          02:25 CST 

     

    Record Earthquake Energy Year - In Just Two Months!

     

    A couple of readers asked a very interesting question after the last report that yes, there may be something bigger than the economy to worry about: A dramatic increase in earthquake activity lately. Several readers asked if Tony Ring could run out the numbers and instead of just magnitudes, give us some idea of the total energy involved:

    "Hi

    The last time I looked at calculating mean energy it took me a lot of extra effort and the resulting data didn't show much, so I abandoned it.

    This time I took the time to create a method that can be run in minutes as part of my regular procedure. I used the formulae available here.

    Hold on to your hat when you look at the resulting chart. Last month we hit the highest average energy on record at close to 450,000 tons of TNT. That's more than double the previous highest ever. Sheesh!

    Interesting that your other reader was inspired to ask for this data just now. Universe using us all?

     

    OK, so much for the monthly...what about the annual trend here?  I combined the monthlies for each year and came up with this composite look:

     

     

    My, that's reassuring, isn't it?

     

    Whose Default Is This?

    Ah, from fault lines to default lines, where the top story of the day may turn out to be the boss of JP Morgan rightly says that California is a bigger risk to the global economy than Greece.

     

    Let me see here...the GDP of Greece is $357 billion while the GDP of California is what?  In 2008 it was $1.85 trillion so even with a little backsliding yep, the JP Morgan guy's not blowing smoke...

     

    While the whole world shakes and jitters about Greece - and this morning's $6.5 billion 'austerity plan' as the latest Grecian formula - it's only about half the budget for CalTrans, as long as we're comparing things here.

     

    Sorry Charlie Watch

    Rangel's wrangle wangle tangle mangle jangle...  Without the Means, won't me much ways, huh?

     

    Check Out Howard

    My friend and former Wall St. whiz Howards Hill has an interesting take on Milton Friedman's role in the Chile 'economic miracle' - good thinking material.

     

    Been really fun watching the buck-passing trying to delay the inevitable.  Kinda like watching people at the beach yelling at an incoming tide.  Whatever.

     

     

    1-5-09 - Over 500 quakes have been measured during the past week

    IF THE PICTURE DOES NOT SHOW - CLICK HERE
    http://www.greatdreams.com/yellowstone-1-5-09.gif

     

      Posted by Jim Berkland on January 13, 1999

    Those of you familiar with my Seismic Window Theory will not be  surprised by the swarm of quakes near Mt. Hood (max. 3.2M) because there  is a Volcanic Window between the standard Seismic Windows. They typical  Seismic Window opens the day before the New or Full Moon (whichever is  closest to perigee) and runs for eight days (typically to 6 days after syzygy, or S+6). In contrast the volcanic window is typically from day S+7 through day S+14.

    Five of six major eruptions at Mt. St. Helens in 1980 occurred during a Volcanic Window, the one exception was the big blast of March 18, 1980, moments after the 5.2M quake under the peak.

    Also the Salton Sea Trough quakes also have their predominant timing during the Volcanic Windows. This morning (day 13) SW of Brawley there was a sequence of quakes with the largest measuring 4.5M.

    Some 20 years ago an anxious woman called me to tell me that she was petrified about quakes and she wanted to know what could she do to avoid them. I told her that she could maintain two residences and shuttle between the S.F. Bay Area (during Volcanic Windows) and the Salton Sea area (during Seismic Windows). I was not being totally facetious because history bears this out.

    A week before the World Series 7.1M quake, Joan Gillespie of Campbell, CA had heard of my prediction and asked if she should take down her valuable collection of china and crystal. I told her "If you have ever seriously considered doing that, now is the time." When her china cabinet toppled over, her collection was safely wrapped and stored in boxes. She told a USA TODAY reporter, "I don't care if Jim Berkland ujses chicken entrails to predict quakes; he has been right too often to ignore, and I saved more than $6,000 worth of china and crystal, thanks to him."

    Quakes can be predicted and ARE being predicted, and predictions can be useful.

    Fear mainly arises from ignorance, and foreknowledge conquers ignorance.

    by job

    CHARLOTTE KING EFFECT
    BIOLOGICAL EARTHQUAKE PREDICTION

    5-30-08 - VIDEO - DOES HAARP CAUSE EARTHQUAKES ON PURPOSE?

     

    Earthquake news and highlights:

    1-12-10 - 7.0 QUAKE - HAITI

    1-9-10-  6.5 quake - California

    10-01-09 - INDONESIA QUAKE -  6.8 
    464 DEAD IS JUST THE BEGINNING OF THE COUNT

    9-30-09 - EARTHQUAKE & TSUNAMI - SAMOA ISLANDS - 8.3

    4-6-09 - ITALY - 6.3 - FOLLOWED BY SEVERAL 4.5 THRU 4.7
    150 DEAD - OVER A THOUSAND INJURED
    WHOLE HISTORIC TOWNS AND BUILDINGS DISINTEGRATED

    10-29-08 - PAKISTAN - 6.4 FOLLOWED BY A  6.2  170 + DIE

    updated 8-31-08 - 6.1 QUAKE - CHENGDU, CHINA
    FOLLOWS THE 7.9 QUAKE
    KILLING MORE PEOPLE AND DESTROYING 1/4 MILLION HOMES
    AFTERSHOCKS CONTINUE - KILLING MORE PEOPLE

    5-12-08 - 7.9 QUAKE - CHENGDU, CHINA - 8700+ DIE

    updated 4-29-08 - RENO QUAKES 100's of quakes

    2-21-08 - WELLS/ELKO, NEVADA - 6-0/-6-3

    9-07 AND 1-08 - BAJA CALIFORNIA

    THE TAIL OF THE TURTLE - BAJA, CALIFORNIA

    11-15-07 CHILI  7.7

    10-30-07  - SAN JOSE, CA    5.5

    8-15-07 - LIMA, PERU  8.0

    7-16-07 - TWO DEADLY QUAKES IN JAPAN - BOTH 6.8

    6-13-07 - GUATEMALA EARTHQUAKE - 6.8 - 7.2

    11-15-06 - JAPAN QUAKE CAUSES TSUNAMI DAMAGE IN CALIFORNIA

    11-27-05 - IRAN EARTHQUAKES - 10 DEAD
    4 VILLAGES DESTROYED

    11-27-05 - CHINA EARTHQUAKE - THOUSANDS HOMELESS
    15 DEAD
    THOUSANDS WITHOUT DRINKING WATER DURING CHEMICAL LEAK

    10-08-05 - ISLAMABAD - PAKISTAN - EARTHQUAKE
    7.6
    HUNDREDS DEAD - NUMEROUS AFTERSHOCKS

    7-15-05 - NEW HAWAIIAN ISLAND BUILDING

    updated 6-16-05 - MORE EARTHQUAKES - CALIFORNIA
    882 QUAKES ON CURRENT MAP

    5-19-05 - CALIFORNIA EARTHQUAKE PREDICTIONS
    UPDATED DAILY FOR CALIFORNIA

    updated 5-6-05 -
    EARTHQUAKES ON THE INCREASE - NEW MAP JUST OUT

    82 EARTHQUAKES IN APRIL, 2005

    REPORT RELEASED TO WATCH THE GEYSERS WHICH MIGHT HURT TOURISTS

    CHANCE THAT YELLOWSTONE SUPERVOLCANO
    IS GOING TO BLOW ITS CORK

    updated 4-12-05  HUGE EARTHQUAKE IN SUMATRA
    FOLLOWED BY VOLCANO EXPLOSION

    NEW MAP - THIS IS A SUPERVOLCANO AREA

    MULTIPLE LARGE AFTERSHOCKS HIT THE AREA

    3-9-05 - THOUSANDS OF QUAKES OFF OREGON COAST
    NEW VOLCANO BUILDING UNDER THE OCEAN

    updated 3-8-05 - MT. ST. HELENS BLOWS SMOKE AND ASH AGAIN

    2-22-05 - MASSIVE EARTHQUAKE IN IRAN
    HUNDREDS DEAD

    12-26-04 - HUGE EARTHQUAKE IN SUMATRA
    CAUSES TSUNAMI 1000 MILES AWAY IN SRI-LANKA

    updated 1-19-05 - TSUNAMI IN OUR FUTURE?
    TSUNAMI HITS SRI LANKA - THOUSANDS KILLED

    DEATH TOLL NOW OVER 226,000

    updated 12-26-04 - TSUNAMI IN OUR FUTURE?
    TSUNAMI HITS SRI LANKA - THOUSANDS KILLED

    9-20-04 - MAMMOTH LAKE, CA - 
    over 300 QUAKES IN 2 DAYS

    7-2-04 - ANOTHER EARTHQUAKE IN TURKEY
    18 DEAD SO FAR

    3.7 on NEW MADRID FAULT -  6-15-04

    12-26-03 - THOUSANDS DEAD IN IRAN QUAKE - 6.3

    12-22-03 - L.A. AREA QUAKE - 6.5 - TWO DEAD!!
    NUMEROUS AFTERSHOCKS

    9-25-03 - HOKKAIDO, JAPAN  8.1  FIRES RAGING

    8-17-03 - CHINA QUAKE - 5.9 - OVER 8,000 HOMES DESTROYED

    8-14-03 - GREECE QUAKE - 6.2

    updated 1-4-09 - YELLOWSTONE SUPERVOLCANO - 30% PREDICTION TO BLOW WITHIN 6 MONTHS

    7-26-03 - JAPAN QUAKES  5.0, 6.2, 7.0 + OVER 400 AFTERSHOCKS

    5-26-03 - JAPAN QUAKE

    5-26-03 - INDONESIA 7+

    6-13-03 ALASKA QUAKE DANGERS

    5-21-03 - ALGERIA QUAKE - 6.7   640 dead - 5000 injured

    5-4-03  OLD MAN OF THE MOUNTAIN FELL DOWN

    5-1-03 - TURKEY EARTHQUAKE - 6.4 - DEADLY

    2-24-2003 -CHINA EARTHQUAKE - OVER 250 PEOPLE DEAD

    COLIMA, MEXICO - 1-21-2003

    GORDA RIDGE - (OREGON/WASHINGTON)

    LOS ANGELES QUAKES

    NEW YORK STATE QUAKE 4-20-2002

    NEW MADRID QUAKES

    CHINA LAKE, CALIFORNIA

    11-3-2002 - ALASKA QUAKE 7.9

    1964 ALASKAN QUAKE NEWS

    1964: Powerful earthquake strikes Alaska

    A devastating earthquake initially measuring 8.6 on the Richter scale struck Alaska today, flattening buildings and triggering a massive tidal wave.

    "Half a dozen small Alaska coastal towns were nearly wiped out," reported The Daily Review on March 28, 1964. "The death and destruction extended as far south as Crescent City, Calif., more than 2,000 miles from the center of the quake – the heaviest ever to strike populated areas in the United States."

    NOTE: The earthquake's magnitude was later revised to 9.2, making it the largest earthquake ever recorded in the U.S. and the fourth largest ever recorded. More than 100 deaths were attributed to the earthquake and ensuing tidal waves.

    Links to the Past
    Giant Quake Smashes Alaska Cities
    March 28, 1964

    A Killer Tidal Wave Rips California Coast
    San Mateo Times March 28, 1964

    Alaska Pummeled By Quake, Waves
    The Daily Review March 28, 1964

    Quake Devastates Alaska
    The Fresno Bee Republican March 28, 1964

    Newspaper Articles - Click for Full Page
    Click on newspaper for full view

    Independent
    March 28, 1964

     

    NEWS

    CALIFORNIA WIRED FOR EARTHQUAKES

    Discovery News Tuesday, July 10, 2001

    http://dsc.discovery.com/news/reu/20010709/earthquake.html

    Scientists on Friday unveiled a $20 million system expected to revolutionize the study of earthquakes by measuring the earth's movements down to the millimeter.

    The Southern California Integrated Global Positioning System Network (SCIGN), a joint project by universities and federal agencies including the U.S. Geological Survey and NASA, uses satellites originally designed for military navigation to measure the constant movements of the jigsaw puzzle-like plates that make up the Earth's crust.

    The resulting measurements, which are accurate down to a millimeter, will enable better prediction of the timing of quakes, provide clues as to how they might be related and identify faults not currently linked to seismic activity, scientists said.

    The system will also contribute to earthquake hazard assessments in Southern California, the world's most seismically active area, scientists said at a press conference in suburban Los Angeles.

    "California is now wired like no place else in the U.S.," said John Filson of the USGS. "Never before has a network like SCIGN been built. It is unique in the world, and other countries are learning from SCIGN as they attempt to understand and cope with their earthquake risks."

    The system, a network of 250 satellite receivers placed alongside freeways, dams, and on private property, will complement existing technology already in place to measure seismic shaking. Such measurement, Filson said, can be compared to taking the "pulse of the earth," by monitoring the location and magnitude of earthquakes.

    The new program, he said, will "read the Earth's blood pressure" by measuring the tiny, inevitable, and steady buildup of strain produced by movements of the North American and Pacific plates upon which Los Angeles is built.

    "What we're measuring is all that goes into the build-up of an earthquake," said Mark Benthien, a spokesman for the Southern California Earthquake Center, the parent organization of SCIGN.

    USGS's Filson added: "Ultimately we are confident (SCIGN) will help lower the risk to society in Southern California of the earthquake threat."

    The project began 10 years ago and significantly expanded after the 6.7 magnitude 1994 Northridge quake that rocked Southern California, killing 57 people and causing more than $20 billion in damage.

    The entire project was finished on July 2, officials said. The technology is expected to provide continuous information for at least 50 years.

    Scientists said they eventually hope to expand the monitoring to cover North America from Alaska to the southern tip of Mexico.

    The program is also being used by officials from the California Department of Transportation to monitor the freeways, by the California Spacial Reference Center to survey property boundaries and infrastructure locations, and by water officials in Los Angeles to keep track of ground movements around thousands of miles of pipeline, officials said.



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    OTHER EARTHQUAKE SITES

    Council of the National Seismic System (CNSS): http://www.cnss.org

    CNSS authoritative composite catalog: http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/cnss

    The Consortium of Organizations for Strong-Motion Observation Systems (COSMOS) http://www.cosmos-eq.org

    International Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior (IASPEI): http://www.iaspei.org

    International Seismological Centre, United Kingdom: http://www.isc.ac.uk

    IRIS Headquarters:

    http://www.iris.edu

    Data Management Center, - Global Seismograph Network, - IRIS PASSCAL Center, - Education and Outreach.

    NOAA - National Geophysical Data Center - Earthquake Data http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/seg/hazard/earthqk.html

    USGS - National Strong Motion Program: http://nsmp.wr.usgs.gov

    USGS National Earthquake Information Center (NEIC): http://neic.usgs.gov

    Earthquake Hazards Program: http://earthquake.usgs.gov

    SURFING THE INTERNET FOR STRONG MOTION DATA (provided by Dave Wald):http://earthquake.usgs.gov/regional/sca/

    California Institutions.


    U.C. Berkeley Seismograph Station: http://www.seismo.berkeley.edu/seismo/Homepage.html

    Bay Area Government Online (ABAG) earthquake information: http://www.abag.ca.gov/bayarea/eqmaps/eqmaps.html

    Caltech Seismology Lab::http://www.seismolab.caltech.edu/
     

    Earthquake Engineering Research Center, UC Berkeley: http://www.eerc.berkeley.edu

    Earthquake Engineering at USC: http://www.usc.edu/dept/civil_eng/Earthquake_eng

    Humboldt State University, Geology: http://sorrel.humboldt.edu/~geodept/earthquakes/eqk_info.html

    Northern Calif. Earthquake Data Center (UC Berkeley): http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu

    Public Seismic Network (San Fransisco area): http://psn.quake.net

    Southern California Earthquake Center - Main Page http://www.scec.org

    Southern California Earthquake Data Center@Caltech (SCEC): http://www.scecdc.scec.org

    U.C. Santa Barbara Institute for Crustal Studies: http://www.crustal.ucsb.edu

    Univ. of Southern California, Geophysics Program: http://www.usc.edu/dept/earth/research/geophysics.html

    Southern California Earthquake Center@UCLA (SCEC): http://scec.ess.ucla.edu

    Stanford University: http://pangea.stanford.edu/~beroza/seismo.html

    USGS Menlo Park (northern Calif): http://quake.wr.usgs.gov

    USGS, Pasadena Field Office: http://pasadena.wr.usgs.gov

    Institutions in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.


    Univ. of Alaska, Geophysical Institute: http://www.giseis.alaska.edu/Seis/

    Univ. of Washington, Geophysics: http://www.geophys.washington.edu/SEIS/

    West Coast & Alaska Tsunami Warning Center: 

    http://wcatwc.gov

    Institutions in the inter-mountain US

    Albuquerque Seismology Lab (USGS): http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov

    Univ. of Arizona (SASO): http://www.geo.arizona.edu/saso

    Univ. of Colorado - Dept. of Physics (Geophysics Group): http://tagg.colorado.edu/geophysics.html

    Los Alamos Seismic Research Center, LANL, New Mexico http://www.lasrc.lanl.gov

    New Mexico Tech - Geophysics Program: http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop

    Univ. of Nevada Reno: http://www.seismo.unr.edu

    US Bureau of Reclamation (WY, CO): http://www.seismo.usbr.gov/seismo/eqinfo.html

    Univ. of Utah (UUSS): http://www.quake.utah.edu

    Wyoming State Geological Survey - Geologic Hazards Section- http://www.wrds.uwyo.edu/wrds/wsgs/hazards/quakes/quake.html


    Institutions in the Eastern US

    Harvard University Seismology: http://www.seismology.harvard.edu

    Indiana State Univ. "IndiSeis": http://www.indstate.edu/gga/recent/index.html

    IRIS Headquarters: http://www.iris.edu

    LCSN at LDEO Colombia U.: http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/LCSN

    University of Memphis - Center for Earthquake Research and Information (CERI): http://www.ceri.memphis.edu

    Univ. of Michigan, "MichSeis":  http://www.geo.lsa.umich.edu/MichSeis

    MIT Earth Resources Lab: http://www-erl.mit.edu

    Oklahoma Geological Survey: http://www.okgeosurvey1.gov

    Saint Louis University: http://www.eas.slu.edu/Earthquake_Center

    Princeton University: http://geoweb.princeton.edu

    University of Tennessee (Eastern Tennessee Seismic Network): http://tanasi.gg.utk.edu

    Washington University, Saint Louis, MO (Seismology): http://levee.wustl.edu/seismology/

    Weston Observatory of Boston College: http://www.bc.edu/bc_org/avp/cas/wesobs

    Western Hemisphere Institutions (outside the US)


    Canada
    Canadian National Earthquake Hazards Program: http://www.seismo.nrcan.gc.ca
    Lithoprobe Seismic Processing Facility, Canada: http://www.litho.ucalgary.ca/
    Pacific Geoscience Centre - Western Canadian National Earthquake Hazards Program: http://www.pgc.nrcan.gc.ca/seismo/table.htm
    Southern Ontario Seismic Network (SOSN): http://www.gp.uwo.ca

    Colombia

    OSSO - Observatorio Sismologico del Sur Occidente, Cali, Colombia http://osso.univalle.edu.co

    Costa Rica

    Observatorio Vulcanologico y Sismologico de Costa Rica. OVSICORI-UNA: http://www.una.ac.cr/ovsi

    Honduras

    University of Honduras - Geophysics: http://www.geofys.uu.se/~dca/geophysics.html

    Mexico

    Instituto de Geofisica, UNAM: http://tlacaelel.igeofcu.unam.mx/
    Servicio sismologico Natcional - Mexico http://www.ssn.unam.mx

    Peru

    Instituto Geofisico del Peru: http://www.igp.gob.pe/

    Venezuela

    Laboratorio de Geofisica, Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela http://lgula.ciens.ula.ve
    Fundacion Venezolana de Investigaciones Sismologicas (Funvisis), Venezuela http://www.funvisis.org.ve

    Regional Centers

    Regional Center for Seismology for South America (CERESIS): http://www.dgf.uchile.cl/ceresis.html
    Centro Sismologico de America Central (CASC): http://www.cepredenac.org/cnc/casc
    Middle America Seismograph Consortium (MIDAS): http://midas.upr.clu.edu
    SALSA (Scientific ALliance for South America): http://www.dgf.uchile.cl/salsa.html
    Laboratorio de Geofmsica de la Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela: http://celeste.ciens.ula.ve

    European Institutions

    A more complete list of European/Mediterranean area seismograph network operators can be found at:

    http://orfeus.knmi.nl/other.services/network.html
    Austria
    Osterreichischen Gesellschaft fur Erdbebeningenieurwesen und Baudynamik (OGE): http://www.zamg.ac.at/~oge

    Belgium

    Royal Observatory of Belgium -Seismology: http://www.oma.be/KSB-ORB/SEISMO

    Czech Republic

    Czech Geophysical Institute, Prague, Czech Republic: http://www.ig.cas.cz
    Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic: http://seis.karlov.mff.cuni.cz
    Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic: http://www.ipe.muni.cz

    Finland

    University of Helsinki, Institute of Seismology http://www.seismo.helsinki.fi

    France

    Centre Sismologique Euro-Mediterraneen (CSEM): http://www.emsc-csem.org
    GEOSCOPE Data Center of IPGP: http://geoscope.ipgp.jussieu.fr
    Reseau SISMALP, Observatoire de Grenoble, France: http://www-lgit.obs.ujf-grenoble.fr/observations/sismalp/sismalpuk.html

    Germany

    Baden-Wuerttemberg Geological Survey, Erdbebendienst: http://www.lgrb.uni-freiburg.de/d/fach/led/led.htm
    GEOFONE data center (Potsdam, Germany): http://www.gfz-potsdam.de/geofon
    Goethe-Universitat, Frankfurt; Institut fur Meteorologie und Geophysik: http://www.geophysik.uni-frankfurt.de/geophys_en.html
    German Earthquake Damage Analysis Center: http://www.uni-weimar.de/Bauing/edac
    Institut fur Geophysik (GERESS), Bochum, Germany http://www.geophysik.ruhr-uni-bochum.de
    Grafenberg Seismological Observatory (SZGRF):

    http://www.szgrf.bgr.de

    University of Munich - Department of Geophysics http://www.geophysik.uni-muenchen.de
    Univ of Karlsruhe - Geophysical Institute: http://www-gpi.physik.uni-karlsruhe.de/
    Geol. Institut, Abteilung Erdbebengeologie, Universität zu Köln http://www.seismo.uni-koeln.de

    Greece

    Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Geophysics), Greece http://lemnos.geo.auth.gr
    Athens University, Department of Geophysics-Geothermy http://www.geophysics.geol.uoa.gr
    Greek National Observatory of Athens - Geodynamic Institute: http://www.gein.noa.gr
    Institute of Engineering Seismology and Earthquake Engineering, Thessaloniki http://www.itsak.gr

    Hungary

    Seismological Observatory, Hungarian Academy of Sciences: http://www.seismology.hu

    Iceland

    Icelandic Meteorolgical Office, Department of Geophysics: http://www.vedur.is/ja/loki/jar_engl.html

    Ireland

    Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies Geophysics: http://www.geophysics.dias.ie

    Israel

    The Geophysical Institute of Israel: http://http://www.gii.co.il

    Italy

    Italian Experimental Seismic Network: http://www.iesn.org
    Laboratorio di Geofisica, Camerino University, Italy: http://www.unicam.it/university/unitoper/geologia/LABGEOF.htm
    The I.G.G. Seismic Network (Genoa University, Italy): http://www.dipteris.unige.it/geofisica
    Friuli Experimental Seismic Network, Venezia Giulia, Italy http://www.fesn.org
    Gruppo Nazionale per la Difesa dai Terremoti (CNR): http://emidius.itim.mi.cnr.it/GNDT/home.html
    Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica, Italia (MedNet, Italian Telemetered Seismic Network, and other): http://www.ingrm.it
    Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale, Udine http://www.crs.ogs.trieste.it
    Istituto di Ricerca sul Rischio Sismico, Milano e Istituto per le Tecnologie Informatiche Multimediali, Milano: http://emidius.itim.mi.cnr.it/DOM/home.html
    Servizio Sismico Nazionale, Italia (National Seismic Service of Italy): http://www.dstn.it/ssn/index.html
    Universita di Trieste, Italia (Dipartimento di Scienze della Terra): http://www.dst.univ.trieste.it/DST/dst.s.main.html
    International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy (Structure and non-linear dynamics of the earth group): http://www.ictp.trieste.it/sand
    Osservatorio Geofisico Sperimentale di Macerata, Italy: http://www.geofisico.wnt.it
    Osservatorio Vesuviano, Napoli, Italy http://www.osve.unina.it/seismogroup.htm

    The Netherlands

    Network of Autonomously Recording Seismographs - NARS, Utrecht University, The Netherlands http://www.geof.ruu.nl/~nars
    ORFEUS Data Center (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute - KNMI): http://orfeus.knmi.nl

    Norway

    Institute of Solid Earth Physics, University of Bergen http://www.ifjf.uib.no/seismo/index.htm
    NORSAR (Research Council of Norway): http://www.norsar.no

    Poland

    Polish Academy of Sciences of Institute of Geophysics, Warszawa, Poland: http://wwwseis.igf.edu.pl

    Portugal

    Instituto Geofisico do Infante D. Luis, Portugal http://www.igidl.ul.pt

    Romania

    Romania National Institute for Earth Physics (RONIEP): http://www.infp.ro

    Russia

    Russian Academy of Sciences. Planetary Geophysics. Moscow, Russia: http://www.wdcb.rssi.ru

    Spain

    Instituto Andaluz de Geofisica, Spain http://www.ugr.es/iag/iagpds.html
    Institut Cartografic de Catalunya, Barcelona: http://www.icc.es/sismes/home.html
    Instituto de Ciencias de la Tierra 'Jaume Almera', Barcelona http://dg.ija.csic.es
    Instituto Geografico Nacional (IGN) - Madrid, Spain: http://www.geo.ign.es

    Switzerland

    Swiss Seismological Service, ETH Zurich (Europe and world-wide catalogs and maps): http://seismo.ethz.ch

    Turkey

    Kandilli Observatory and Earthquake Research Institute (Turkey): http://www.koeri.boun.edu.tr
    Ministry of Public Works and Settlement, Earthquake Research Department, Republic of Turkey: http://www.deprem.gov.tr
    Tubitak MRC Earth Sciences Research Institute: http://www.nemrut.mam.gov.tr

    United Kingdom

    U of Bristol Earthquake Engineering Research Centre: http://www.fen.bris.ac.uk/civil/eerc/eerc.html
    British Geological Survey, Global Seismology Research Group: http://www.gsrg.nmh.ac.uk/gsrg.html
    Edinburgh, Scotland (very slow for US users): http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/quakes/quakes.html

    Yugoslavia

    Montenegro Seismological Observatory, Podgorica, Yugoslavia: http://www.seismo.cg.yu


    Institutions in Africa, Asia and Oceania

    South Asia
    Amateur Seismic Center for south Asia: http://www.geocities.com/stasertin
     

    Southeast Asia

    ASEAN Earthquake Information Center (AEIC): http://aeic.bmg.go.id

    Algeria

    Departement Etudes et Surveillance Sismique, Algeria http://www.craag.edu.dz/Site_ess/index.htm

    Australia

    Australian Geological Survey, Australian Seismological Centre: www.agso.gov.au
    Australian National University, (RSES Seismology): http://rses.anu.edu.au/seismology/seismology.html
    Seismology Research Centre, Melbourne: http://www.seis.com.au

    India

    India Meteorological Department http://www.imd.ernet.in/section/seismo/dynamic

    Japan

    Earthquake Research Institute at the University of Tokyo: http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp
    Geological Survey of Japan - Earthquake Research: http://www.aist.go.jp/GSJ/pEQ/eq_top.htm
    Kyoshin Net (K-NET) - Japan strong-motion data center of NRI for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention http://www.k-net.bosai.go.jp/
    Fundamental Research on Earthquakes and Earth'S Interior Anomalies- (Freesia) of NIED, Japan - broad-band network: http://argent.geo.bosai.go.jp/freesia
    National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention (NIED), Japan - home page: http://www.bosai.go.jp/center/

    Morocco

    Institut Scientifique, Rabat, Morocco (Dipartement de Physique du Globe): http://www.israbat.ac.ma/acceuil.htm

    New Zealand

    Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences: http://www.gns.cri.nz/earthact/earthquakes

    Philippines

    Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology http://www.phivolcs.dost.gov.ph

    South Africa

    Geological Survey of South Africa, Seismic Research Unit http://www.geoscience.org.za/seismo

    Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO):http://www.avo.alaska.edu
    Cascades Volcano Observatory (CVO): http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/home.html
    Mount Erebus Volcanic Observatory (New Mexico Tech): http://www.ees.nmt.edu/Geop/erebus.html
    Hawaiian Volcano Observatory (USGS/HVO): http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/hvo
    USGS Volcano Hazards Program - Long Valley Caldera: http://quake.wr.usgs.gov/VOLCANOES/LongValley/index.html
    Yellowstone Caldera seismicity - Univ. of Utah: http://www.seis.utah.edu/HTML/YPSeismicityMaps.html

    Links to more general Volcanology information.

    Michigan Technological University Volcanoes Page: http://www.geo.mtu.edu/volcanoes/other.html
    Smithsonian Institution - Global Volcanism Program: http://www.nmnh.si.edu/gvp
    US Geological Survey general volcano pages: http://volcanoes.usgs.gov
    Volcanosurfing pages by Hugues Dufumier: http://eost.u-strasbg.fr/~hugues/subvolcano.html

    Other useful references

    American Geophysical Union:

    http://earth.agu.org/homepage.html
    Council of the National Seismic System (US) http://www.cnss.org
    Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI): http://www.eeri.org
    European Geophysical Society http://www.mpae.gwdg.de/EGS/EGS.html
    European Seismological Commission: http://www.gsrg.nmh.ac.uk/esc
    Seismological Society of America http://www.seismosoc.org
    Cascade Region Earthquake Workgroup (CREW) - public-private coalition http://www.crew.org
    Central United States Earthquake Consortium http://www.cusec.org
    Missouri Seismic Safety Commission: http://www.eas.slu.edu/MSSC
    Western States Seismic Policy Council (WSSPC): http://www.wsspc.org
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