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Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above

 
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Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
This thread is intended to register all earthquakes registered on USGS with magnitude of 6.0 or above.

The only source for this thread is this link;

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]


Please do not post earthquakes with magnitude 5.9 on this thread. Only 6.0 or above.


This thread will show how frequent those quakes really are, and will show if the frequency is rising to abnormal levels or not.
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Yesterday, February 14, 2012:



6.0 - 2012/02/14 06:21:58 36.154 141.494 10.0 - NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN


6.4 - 2012/02/14 08:19:58 -10.387 161.262 54.7 - SOLOMON ISLANDS
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Today, February 15, 2012:


6.0 - 2012/02/15 03:31:21 43.536 -127.381 10.0 - OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
its been real quiet lately....
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Wow this is like the VIP lounge for EQ's...

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
No...
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Saturday February 18 2012, 06:54:17 UTC Southern California 1.3 10.8 km USGS Feed

Shallow one!

hiding

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.7 - 2012/02/26 06:17:20 51.731 95.921 11.7 - SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.6 - 2012/03/03 12:19:56 -22.157 170.317 15.2 - SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.1 - 2012/03/05 07:46:10 -28.227 -63.242 550.0 - SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, ARGENTINA
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
I must ask why only USGS quakes? For example, quakes registered on [link to hisz.rsoe.hu] tend to be more reliable (usually) as far as magnitude go. For example, the two CA quakes from this morning are still up as two separate quakes on that site, as opposed to the one USGS is showing. Considering that the USGS is unscrupulous with its quake deletion, I would think that you'd want to include other, reputable sources. Just a thought, not trying to start anything :) BTW, I agree that it may be a good idea to have the larger quakes in one thread, easier to keep track of!
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.7 - 2012/03/09 07:09:53 -19.115 169.643 31.7 - VANUATU

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
I just read that the earthquake under reactor one was a vertical earthquake. Are they rare? I haven't heard of it ?

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
I must ask why only USGS quakes? For example, quakes registered on [link to hisz.rsoe.hu] tend to be more reliable (usually) as far as magnitude go. For example, the two CA quakes from this morning are still up as two separate quakes on that site, as opposed to the one USGS is showing. Considering that the USGS is unscrupulous with its quake deletion, I would think that you'd want to include other, reputable sources. Just a thought, not trying to start anything :) BTW, I agree that it may be a good idea to have the larger quakes in one thread, easier to keep track of!
 Quoting: roadtripper1111


There are places the USGS does not track.

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Also the USGS downgrades the level often. A 6 changes to a 5.9..... like that.

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.7 - 2012/03/09 07:09:53 -19.115 169.643 31.7 - VANUATU

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Dutch says 7.3?

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Also the USGS downgrades the level often. A 6 changes to a 5.9..... like that.
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I understand that, which is why I wondered why you only wanted to use USGS info, per your post. Regardless, I agree with you that they are too quick to downgrade & even all-out delete quakes.
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Also the USGS downgrades the level often. A 6 changes to a 5.9..... like that.
 Quoting: Starbridge


I understand that, which is why I wondered why you only wanted to use USGS info, per your post. Regardless, I agree with you that they are too quick to downgrade & even all-out delete quakes.
 Quoting: roadtripper1111


I am.not the droid your looking for. :)

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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.7 - 2012/03/09 07:09:53 -19.115 169.643 31.7 - VANUATU

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 12236974


Dutch says 7.3?
 Quoting: Starbridge


Dutch smokes really big joints
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.1 - 2012/03/14 10:49:25 40.799 144.770 9.5 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

6.9 - 2012/03/14 09:08:38 40.899 144.923 26.6 OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
After the Hit here in Tokyo the Hits come in in a very short Time,
i checked IRIS after the Eq in the North of Japan
and it was just a single Red Circle
and now it look like the last Year after the big One!

I think South- or North America could be the Center for a big One!

Where are the real Quaketards?

Regards
G.Y.!B.E.
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.2 - 2012/03/14 21:13:11 -5.642 151.025 47.8 - NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.2 - 2012/03/20 17:56:19 -3.830 140.220 66.9 - PAPUA, INDONESIA


7.4 - 2012/03/20 18:02:49 16.662 -98.188 20.0 - OAXACA, MEXICO
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.7 - 2012/03/21 22:15:06 -6.152 145.993 144.8 - NEW GUINEA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
7.1 - 2012/03/25 22:37:07 -35.183 -71.792 34.8 - MAULE, CHILE

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.0 - 2012/03/26 18:12:54 10.198 -104.030 9.9 - NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
Wow this is like the VIP lounge for EQ's...
 Quoting: ANHEDONIC


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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.0 2012/03/27 11:00:44 39.866 142.116 10.0 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN

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6.0 2012/03/27 11:00:44 39.866 142.116 10.0 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
 Quoting: yuckfu


Thanks!

Here is the link for this quake: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Re: Thread for monitoring earthquakes with magnitude of 6.0 or above
6.3 - 2012/04/02 17:36:44 16.477 -98.287 12.3 - OAXACA, MEXICO


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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6.3 - 2012/04/02 17:36:44 16.477 -98.287 12.3 - OAXACA, MEXICO


[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Looks like its been downgraded to 6.0.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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