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Gabe. Was wondering if you could give your take on this situation as well.

Here is the online seismo. You can see there is continuous action, although I'm not sure how to read this in respect to magnitude of tremors and was wondering if these are harmonic tremors:
[link to www.earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca]

Also, when doing research on the North American Craton, I found this map.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

I never heard of this Accretionary Belt that runs along the North American Craton (in green on the map). The map states it welded to the Craton over the 600 million years since the Craton was last active.

I thought it was interesting that this Accretionary Belt includes the areas in South America and Peurto Rica/Virgin Islands which have been very active,along with the entire west coast of North America.

Any way, would appreciate thoughts on this matter.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26143620


i believe the Cranton activation to be the trigger to such events as Yellow Stone erupting, NM splitting the country up the Mississippi, huge quake in Puerto Rico that causes the East Coast Tsunami and the San Andraes to create another line of beach front property........ other than that, i don't see a problem.
 Quoting: Gabriel

LOL, thanks Gabe. I think I understand your position on this matter very clear.

I was more interested in the Accretinary Belt in regards to how it is connected to the NA Craton and extends the entire way to Central America and the Carribean Islands.

ELQ and others have been talking about the Craton for quite a while, so I have been watching this, but didn't connect the SA and Carribean Quakes to the Craton before.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26143620

I guess i don't understand what your asking me lol The Accretionary Belt is basically just a boundary made up of accretionary wedges(sentiment from plate collisions).... its not a fault line per say...

Please someone correct me if i'm wrong or if i need to be smacked awake lol
 Quoting: Gabriel


Hope I didn't confuse Gabe. The map states that the belt welded to the Craton over the 600 million years since the last major N.A. Craton activity. So I am wondering if movement within the Craton also means movement along this belt? As you can tell, I'm the amateur here...LOL.
 
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