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Subject Earthquake Alert~Always Updated*5.2 Mid-Indian Ridge ~ Pg 7930
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Original Message Hi everyone hi

I've been posting recent EQ's on a friend's thread who decided to take a break from GLP, so I figured I would start my own thread and just do what I was doing there...here. I welcome anyone to join, and just like an earthquake app on your phone that alerts you of a new EQ, that is what I plan to do here. This will be a laid back thread with one goal in mind...to post recent quakes for awareness. For the most part I will only post quakes with a magnitude of 3/3+, however there are always exceptions.


Added 4/19/14

Here are the ones most of us leave up all the time:

[link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

There are several of these below and can link them all if you want. I have them because half the time one or another don't work.
[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]

[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]

[link to early-est.rm.ingv.it]

[link to m.emsc.eu]

To add, these are just the quake ones I leave up all the time. When solar events happen, then there is a whole bunch more. lol
 Quoting: whiteangel

Live Quake Cam [link to abc7.com]

Added 4/13/16

Earthquake info sites:
[link to www.seismo.unr.edu]

California and Nevada
[link to scedc.caltech.edu]

Clickable Georga stations
[link to geophysics.eas.gatech.edu]

ABC7 live cam
[link to abc7.com]

USGS 1day 2.5+ worldwide
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Recent Earthquakes Near Western Montana
[link to earthquaketrack.com]

PNSN Recent Events
[link to pnsn.org]

Utah Recent Earthquake Map -> Has Yellowstone Nat Park
[link to quake.utah.edu]

University of Alaska
[link to earthquake.alaska.edu]

UC Berkeley Seismological Lab
[link to seismo.berkeley.edu]

Earthquake Map Central and East USA
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

Earthquakes Within ALL of USA, Canada, Mexico 2.0+ Last 7 Days
[link to www.642weather.com]

ANF - Recent Seismic Events Map
[link to anf.ucsd.edu]

[link to www.geonet.org.nz]

GEOFON Extended Virtual Network (GEVN)
[link to geofon.gfz-potsdam.de]

Hawai'i Volcanoes and Earthquakes
[link to www.instanthawaii.com]

Interactive Fault Map
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Japan Quake Map
[link to www.japanquakemap.com]

The Juan de Fuca Microplate System
[link to www.colorado.edu]

CSEM - EMSC LAtest Earthquakes
[link to m.emsc.eu]

Mount Rainier
[link to pnsn.org]

National Data Buoy Center
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

Athena nanometrics Recent Earthquakes
[link to athena.nanometrics.ca]

Iceland - Vatnajökull - earthquakes during the last 48 hours
[link to en.vedur.is]

World Earthquakes live
[link to www.world-earthquakes.com]

YellowstoneContin Network
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: joinca

Added 10/30/16

was going through my historic saved images earlier, and found something interesting.

this image was an Iris saved image I found, saved in May 2008..

[link to s18.postimg.org (secure)]

you can see the date it was saved in the top left of the image, May 20 2008

and this one is today's image..

[link to s18.postimg.org (secure)]

saved from here..

[link to ds.iris.edu]

click them both, and click and compare them

see the pink dots? they're Eqs from the past 5 years before the image was taken, so in the first image, it shows EQs between 2003 to 2008, and today's obviously shows between 2011 to today

notice the way the mid ocean ridge in the Indian Ocean seems to light up when you click and compare? Notice the faults south and south east of Japan? they are REALLY lit up.

also the mid ocean ridge off South America. not as well lit up as the previous examples, but a definite uptick. Look at soiuth america itself too.

i LOVE hard data like this! chuckle

what is interesting to me is DESPITE the intense EQ activity after the 2004 Eq and tsunami, which show up in the first image obviously, today's image is far more active, although admittedly, Indonesia does seem a little bit less active now than it does in the 2008 image, apart from the plate cracking events clearly shown off Sumatra's west coast.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73289909
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