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EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey

 
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EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Magnitude 5.8
Date-Time

Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 13:31:42 UTC
Sunday, December 23, 2012 at 05:31:42 PM at epicenter

Location 42.470°N, 41.007°E
Depth 18.7 km (11.6 miles)
Region BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA
Distances

61 km (38 miles) S (181°) from Sokhumi, Georgia
107 km (66 miles) NNW (333°) from Batumi, Georgia
144 km (89 miles) W (280°) from Kutaisi, Georgia
325 km (202 miles) WNW (286°) from TBILISI, Georgia

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Just saw it. A pretty rare event.

Note: The country Georgia not the state.
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Just saw it. A pretty rare event.

Note: The country Georgia not the state.
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Yes also is shallow, dangerous EQ ..

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hmmm
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can trigger something
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"6 black sea"

You camouflage your thread and I did not see ..

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You camouflage your thread and I did not see ..
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np
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
so pin or kp anyone?
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Depth around 10 km ..

2012-12-23 13:31:44.022min ago 42.81 N 40.46 E 10 5.8 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Depth around 10 km ..

2012-12-23 13:31:44.022min ago 42.81 N 40.46 E 10 5.8 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


USGS states a depth of 18.7km.

There's no motion tensor solution provided yet, so it's not clear weather it was a normal, a slip strike, or a thrust quake.

Such a shallow thrust quake could trigger a small tsunami in the black sea.
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eq

No megas yet.
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Depth around 10 km ..

2012-12-23 13:31:44.022min ago 42.81 N 40.46 E 10 5.8 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


USGS states a depth of 18.7km.

There's no motion tensor solution provided yet, so it's not clear weather it was a normal, a slip strike, or a thrust quake.

Such a shallow thrust quake could trigger a small tsunami in the black sea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30700422


I think is more shallow of that ..

GFZ say 8, EMSC 10 ..

Black Sea
Mw Beach Ball
Time: 2012-12-23 13:31:41.0 UTC
Magnitude: 5.8 (Mw)
Epicenter: 40.98°E 42.59°N
Depth: 8 km
Status: M - manually revised

[link to geofon.gfz-potsdam.de]

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2012-12-23 13:33:29.8 41.99 N 76.64 E 1 mb 4.1 M KYRGYZSTAN NNC
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2012-12-23 13:33:29.8 41.99 N 76.64 E 1 mb 4.1 M KYRGYZSTAN NNC
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Yap 2 min later ..

2012-12-23 13:34:23.9 34min ago 39.11 N 26.36 E 13 3.8 NEAR THE COAST OF WESTERN TURKEY
2012-12-23 13:33:29.8 35min ago 41.99 N 76.64 E 1 4.1 KYRGYZSTAN

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]

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in 1 line?
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
not really in pure horizontal line but in these north coords "39-42"
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in 1 line?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 686933


Yap, well noticed ..
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Depth around 10 km ..

2012-12-23 13:31:44.022min ago 42.81 N 40.46 E 10 5.8 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


USGS states a depth of 18.7km.

There's no motion tensor solution provided yet, so it's not clear weather it was a normal, a slip strike, or a thrust quake.

Such a shallow thrust quake could trigger a small tsunami in the black sea.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30700422


I think is more shallow of that ..

GFZ say 8, EMSC 10 ..

Black Sea
Mw Beach Ball
Time: 2012-12-23 13:31:41.0 UTC
Magnitude: 5.8 (Mw)
Epicenter: 40.98°E 42.59°N
Depth: 8 km
Status: M - manually revised

[link to geofon.gfz-potsdam.de]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


Thanks. OK, so it was a slip strike.
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
Georgia, Tbilisi, Dec. 23 / Trend N.Kirtskhalia /

A strong earthquake occurred in the Black Sea, in 46 km of the coast of Georgia. Power of tremors was 5.7 points, told Trend in Center seismological monitoring of Georgia.

No casualties and damages are reported as a result of the earthquake.

The earthquake was so strong that it was felt in Tbilisi, 300 kilometers from the epicenter.

[link to en.trend.az]
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hiding
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
not really in pure horizontal line but in these north coords "39-42"
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No, only seemingly. It's a straight line on your picture, but is not a line around the globe since it's not on the same latitude.
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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
more shocks happening ...


2012-12-23 13:54:05.8 42.14 N 41.11 E 5 ML 3.5 M BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA KAN
2012-12-23 13:50:42.2 42.30 N 40.91 E 9 ML 3.2 M BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA KAN
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ulala perhaps sommething huuuuge will gonna huuuge
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More aftershocks ..

2012-12-23 14:18:42.020min ago 42.36 N 40.87 E 2 3.9 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA
2012-12-23 13:42:52.156min ago 42.34 N 41.19 E 1 3.1 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

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Re: EQ M 5.8 Black Sea Offshore Georgia-Turkey
I've been watching that area for a few weeks now and there seems to be a lot of seismic activity around the Turkey/ Greek area. But that swarm today in Georgia is a bit of a surprise.
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I've been watching that area for a few weeks now and there seems to be a lot of seismic activity around the Turkey/ Greek area. But that swarm today in Georgia is a bit of a surprise.
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Thread: EQ swarm Turkey
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I've been watching that area for a few weeks now and there seems to be a lot of seismic activity around the Turkey/ Greek area. But that swarm today in Georgia is a bit of a surprise.
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Thread: EQ swarm Turkey
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THanks for sourcing that OP. That is exactly what I meant. There is a huge fault line running along the northern edge of Turkey, at the end of which is located one of the largest and most populated cities, namely Istanbul. Population near 14 million I think.
Just hope that the rip in that zipper like fault line doesn't kick off or it would be real bad if it occured there.
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A moderate earthquake rocked an area around the Black Sea on Sunday, sending residents of the Russian city Sochi into the streets, Russian news agencies reported.

There were no immediate reports of casualties or damage from the quake, which had a magnitude of 5.8 and struck at 1331 GMT, according to the US Geological Survey.

The USGS said the epicentre was located in the Black Sea, 46 kilometres (about 30 miles) from the coast of Abkhazia, a breakaway region of Georgia which neighbours Russia.

The Interfax news agency said the quake was strongly felt in the Black Sea city of Sochi, which will host the Winter Olympics in 2014.

[link to www.hurriyetdailynews.com]
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2012-12-23 15:18:34.9 09min ago 42.40 N 41.13 E 1 4.0 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

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2012-12-23 15:18:34.9 09min ago 42.40 N 41.13 E 1 4.0 BLACK SEA, OFFSHORE GEORGIA

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
 Quoting: Rain-Man


4.2 here
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