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3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?

 
netta
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3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?
from [link to quakes.globalincidentmap.com]

Type: Earthquake
6 hours ago
Magnitude: 3.9
DateTime: Wednesday March 21 2012, 17:07:11 UTC
Region: SE of Oodnadatta, SA.
Depth: 0 km
Source: GeoScience Australia


Haven't had a shaker in Australia this year, until this. Not a place that would usually get an equake. Strange??

Just wondering, always watching ; )

stay safe ; )
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Re: 3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?
bump

because I'd like some imput!

wondering, always just watching..
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Re: 3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?
Australia gets the occassional quake. Nothing to worry about unless it is a big one> like 6-8m.

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Re: 3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?
Not usual but not unheard of.



Oodnadatta can have low impact (v or less) earthquakes (on average one every 50 years), with occurances at <5 Richter. When an earthquake occurs, it may be felt indoors by many people, outdoors by a few people during the day. At night, some people may be awakened.
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03/21/2012 08:21 PM
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Re: 3.9 mag quake near oodnadatta, south australia. not a usual equake place?
We get our fair share of quakes, they just don't show up on the international monitoring sites.

[link to www.ga.gov.au]

Apparently, we do have a mag 6 almost annually, but usually they are in places with little population, and so do no damage.

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