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Columbia 7.4

 
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Columbia 7.4
A powerful earthquake has struck southwestern Colombia, seismologists say.
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Magnitude 7.4 Preliminary magnitude

Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 16:31:31 UTC
Sunday, September 30, 2012 at 11:31:31 AM at epicenter

Location 2.000°N, 76.600°W
Depth 140 km (87.0 miles) set by location program
Region COLOMBIA
Distances

50 km (31 miles) S (180°) from Popayan, Colombia
117 km (72 miles) NE (40°) from Pasto, Colombia
119 km (74 miles) WNW (291°) from Florencia, Colombia
326 km (203 miles) NE (40°) from QUITO, Ecuador

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/30/2012 12:42 PM
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Re: Columbia 7.4
hiding:gdb:
You ever see Ranger Batman in his batman costume, very dapper. Do you like 3 siren alerts? --Hawk-02
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Re: Columbia 7.4
eq
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Looks like was around M 7.5 ..

Very strong one ..

Also EQ was predicted before 8 hrs ..

Today we have full moon ..

Think we will have stronger activity in next 5-6 days, also one more EQ of M 7.0 + ..
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Just popped up here too...

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Re: Columbia 7.4
DEEP!

damned
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Re: Columbia 7.4
USGS say 140 km Depth but I don't think so ..

Not looking good I think is around 20 km ..

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/30/2012 12:46 PM
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Re: Columbia 7.4
right under a nest of calderas

7 miles south, 140 km under it


Sotara, it's called

3 calderas in the volcano, 4.5, 2.5 and 1 km in diameter
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hiding:gdb:
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every time i see that batman pic i fuckin piss my pants!!1rof1
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Wonder if it will go AFTERSHOCK-LESS?

Pin this FIRST thread!
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big 1
There's plenty of room for all God's creatures, right next to the mashed potatoes...noli timere messorem
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Re: Columbia 7.4
EMSC also say Depth 158 km, but i think is more shallow from that ..


Magnitude mb 7.4
Region COLOMBIA
Date time 2012-09-30 16:31:35.0 UTC
Location 2.11 N ; 76.41 W
Depth 158 km
Distances 148 km S Cali (pop 2,392,877 ; local time 11:31:35.3 2012-09-30)
48 km NW Pitalito (pop 53,685 ; local time 11:31:35.3 2012-09-30)
41 km SE Popayán (pop 217,961 ; local time 11:31:35.3 2012-09-30)
27 km NW Isnos (pop 5,185 ; local time 11:31:35.3 2012-09-30)

[link to maps.google.com]

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/30/2012 01:35 PM
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Re: Columbia 7.4
DON'T TELL ME ABOUT THE DAMN SOUTH, MAN!!!

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Re: Columbia 7.4
doom face

Ahhhhhhhh. So is this doom?

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Re: Columbia 7.4
weird this had the shortest pin ever like 15 seconds lol
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Re: Columbia 7.4
so whats the news?
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Re: Columbia 7.4
EAT may have been right:

Thread: Friends... there is going to be a HUGE earthquake within hours...
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Re: Columbia 7.4
alone
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weird this had the shortest pin ever like 15 seconds lol
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bump
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eq
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Re: Columbia 7.4
This thread should be pinned, it was posted before the one that is currently pinned.
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Looks like was around M 7.2 ..

BOGOTA, Colombia — An earthquake has struck southwestern Colombia centered deep underground with a magnitude the U.S. Geological Survey's preliminary estimate puts at 7.1.

There are no immediate reports of damage or injuries in the region from the Sunday temblor.

The USGS says the quake struck at 11:31 a.m. local time 30 miles (48 kilometers) from the regional capital of Popayan. It says it was centered at a depth of 94 miles (150 kilometers).

[link to www.greenfieldreporter.com]

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/30/2012 01:19 PM
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Wonder if it will go AFTERSHOCK-LESS?

Pin this FIRST thread!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24551510


Still no aftershocks...
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Re: Columbia 7.4
Wonder if it will go AFTERSHOCK-LESS?

Pin this FIRST thread!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 24551510


Still no aftershocks...
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Yes but we need more time ..

Depth was around 150 km and that is great news, many reports was much shallow like GZF but now mostly reports is similar ..

There are no immediate reports of damage or injuries

Last Edited by Rain-Man on 09/30/2012 02:45 PM
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Re: Columbia 7.4
A magnitude 7.3 earthquake struck Colombia Sunday at 12:31 p.m. EDT.

The quake epicenter was 5 miles west-northwest of Isnos, 37 miles south-southeast of Popayan and 240 miles southwest of Bogata. It happened in the Andean district of Huila.

Earthquakes in the Andes are common as the area has high seismic activity caused by a collision of the South America tectonic plate with the Pacific and Caribbean plates.

At a depth of 100.7 miles, the earthquake did not cause severe shaking at the Earth's surface. The United States Geological Survey's estimate rated the "perceived shaking" as Mercalli V (moderate with "very light" damage potential).

Due the intensity of the quake, shaking could be felt over a widespread area by an estimated 4,315 people.

[link to www.accuweather.com]
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Re: Columbia 7.4
The Following was posted on Volcano Cafe, the USGS link for the information was not posted by him...

Renato Rio says:
September 30, 2012 at 18:28

USGS: “The September 30, 2012 M 7.3 earthquake west of Isnos, Colombia, occurred as a result of normal faulting deep within the subducting Nazca slab. The earthquake ruptured a fault in the interior of the inclined subduction zone that dips to the east-northeast beneath S. A, having begun its decent into the mantle at the S.A. trench offshore of Colombia and Ecuador. The event resulted from stresses generated by the slow distortion of the subducting plate as it descends through the mantle, rather than on the thrust interface that constitutes the boundary between the Nazca and overlying S. A. plates; the latter is active only near the Earth’s surface, while the subducting Nazca plate generates intraplate earthquakes to depths of 200 km or more in this region. At the latitude of this event, the Nazca plate moves east-northeast with respect to the S. A. plate at a rate of approximately 60 mm/yr.”

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