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BUOY 21415 in EVENT MODE!

 
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I have no idea if it means anything but I just noticed Station 44402 - SOUTHEAST BLOCK CANYON - 130 NM SE of Fire Island, NY is also in event mode. Storm related?
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Tsunami Strikes the Jersey Shore - on June 13 same date Buoy went into Event Mode
[link to www.nbcphiladelphia.com]

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Thread: 6.6 EQ Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge!!
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Buoy 53046 is no longer in service, it looks like that happened today, hmmm?!
Now both buoys (20415) observed to record data for possible adjustments and possible earthquakes are down, it looked like some movement on the way before taken out of service.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

HAARP still down,

[link to www.haarp.alaska.edu]

Last prediction for this thread: (until Buoys are back in service,)
6.5 + within 5 days East side of ring of fire
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Buoy 53046 back in service,
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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I have no idea if it means anything but I just noticed Station 44402 - SOUTHEAST BLOCK CANYON - 130 NM SE of Fire Island, NY is also in event mode. Storm related?
 Quoting: Hunny~B


Tsunami Strikes the Jersey Shore - on June 13 same date Buoy went into Event Mode
[link to www.nbcphiladelphia.com]

From this Thread:
Thread: 6.6 EQ Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge!!
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Station 21415 (LLNR 984.85) - ATTU - 175 NM South of Attu, AK

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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when was the last time you engaged in sexual activity ?
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Station 21415 (LLNR 984.85) - ATTU - 175 NM South of Attu, AK

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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when was the last time you engaged in sexual activity ?
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I didn't realize buoys had sex?!
Weird Weather

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Thank you both for the links. Will go read some. I didnt know if event mode buoys meant tsunami warning...know it sounds silly now. Thanks again for the links!hf
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Not necessarily. Can also indicate stuff like, volcanic activity undersea, or EQ's...stuff like that. Or even just
good ol' glitches.

Maybe it's methane...
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Is it anywhere near the 6.6 EQ that just happened on the mid Atlantic ridge?

None of the buoys are showing activity right now.
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I have no idea if it means anything but I just noticed Station 44402 - SOUTHEAST BLOCK CANYON - 130 NM SE of Fire Island, NY is also in event mode. Storm related?
 Quoting: Hunny~B


Tsunami Strikes the Jersey Shore - on June 13 same date Buoy went into Event Mode
[link to www.nbcphiladelphia.com]

From this Thread:
Thread: 6.6 EQ Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge!!
 Quoting: Quirk


Meteorological factors and the slumping of the continental shelf east of New Jersey may have played a role, the center said.

[link to www.cnn.com]
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Buoy 46403 in EVENT Mode.
Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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Station 21415 (LLNR 984.85) - ATTU - 175 NM South of Attu, AK

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 39020896


when was the last time you engaged in sexual activity ?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5010335


I didn't realize buoys had sex?!
 Quoting: Quirk


they do when 335 is about

rofl
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Buoy 46403 in EVENT Mode.
Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Quirk


interesting site

nice neat lines of buoys, straddling the equator in the pacific, right across the pacific

hmmm
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6.07 S 149.77 E 80 6.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
2013-07-07 20:18:03.0
1hr 21min ago
51.27 N 179.94 W 44 5.5 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
2013-07-07 19:37:23.0
2hr 02min ago
20.86 S 69.05 W 106 3.2 TARAPACA, CHILE
2013-07-07 18:35:31.0
3hr 04min ago
3.97 S 153.88 E 383 7.2 NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.

Buoy 53046 in Event Mode - Last event mode was 6/13;
Buoy 46403 Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK last event mode was 6/27 (10 days ago):

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

The main Buoy 21415 is still out of service, KEEP An EYE Out for Buoy Movement Near Alaska/Russia especially Buoy 46403
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Thread: BRKG: EQ 7.3 Solomon Islands - expect tsunami, buoys in event mode !!!
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Thread: " World Quake and Volcano Watch" (Page 73)
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From Thread above:
Lot of weird waves, Chile and Santa Cruz in the past week:

BONNY DOON -- Two women in their 30s died on Sunday after they were swept into the ocean by a wave at Bonny Doon Beach, Cal Fire officials said.

The women were with two men on the beach about 3:30 p.m. when the wave swept the foursome into the ocean, Cal Fire Capt. Scott Green said.


[link to www.santacruzsentinel.com]
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6.07 S 149.77 E 80 6.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
2013-07-07 20:18:03.0
1hr 21min ago
51.27 N 179.94 W 44 5.5 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
2013-07-07 19:37:23.0
2hr 02min ago
20.86 S 69.05 W 106 3.2 TARAPACA, CHILE
2013-07-07 18:35:31.0
3hr 04min ago
3.97 S 153.88 E 383 7.2 NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.

Buoy 53046 in Event Mode - Last event mode was 6/13;
Buoy 46403 Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK last event mode was 6/27 (10 days ago):

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

The main Buoy 21415 is still out of service, KEEP An EYE Out for Buoy Movement Near Alaska/Russia especially Buoy 46403
 Quoting: Quirk


Bout 53046 is now not in service;
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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5MIN News July 8, 2013: Major Quakes & Buoy Connection
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BUOY 56001 Now IN EVENT MODE
Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

Adjustment in progress:
2013 07 09 05 00 00 1 5642.296
2013 07 09 08 32 00 2 5641.419
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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BUOY 41421 NOW IN EVENT MODE

Station 41421 - NORTH ST THOMAS - 300NM North of St Thomas, Virgin Is
Last time in event mode was 3/11/2011
Adustment in Progress,

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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5.1
55km SSE of L'Esperance Rock, New Zealand
2013-07-09 11:22:31 UTC-07:0039.7 km
5.2
Easter Island region
2013-07-09 11:03:06 UTC-07:0010.4 km
4.9
193km SW of Sungaipenuh, Indonesia
2013-07-09 10:22:59 UTC-07:0022.4 km
5.1
173km SW of Sungaipenuh, Indonesia
2013-07-09 10:14:20 UTC-07:0012.5 km
5.6
169km SW of Sungaipenuh, Indonesia
2013-07-09 10:04:14 UTC-07:0010.3 km
5.0
101km ENE of Amahai, Indonesia
2013-07-09 09:15:39 UTC-07:0020.0 k
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BUOY 41421 NOW IN EVENT MODE

Station 41421 - NORTH ST THOMAS - 300NM North of St Thomas, Virgin Is
Last time in event mode was 3/11/2011
Adustment in Progress,

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Quirk


March 11 was the
Magnitude 9.0 - NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN in which the bouy probably went active after the eq, it could be caused by TS Chantal but none of the closer buoys to the storm are active and buoys normally arent affected by weather;


From previous comment in this thread
Tsunami buoys (like this Fire Island DART II buoy)are not affected by storms or ship wakes, etc. . They only measure plate movement. Here's a link to a simple graphic explanation:

[link to www.google.com]
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BUOY 41421 NOW IN EVENT MODE

Station 41421 - NORTH ST THOMAS - 300NM North of St Thomas, Virgin Is
Last time in event mode was 3/11/2011
Adustment in Progress,

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
 Quoting: Quirk



#YY MM DD hh mm ss T HEIGHT
#yr mo dy hr mn s - m
2013 07 09 17 04 00 2 5802.674
2013 07 09 13 00 00 1 5802.952
M1.618

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Deep Ocean Tsunami Detection Buoys
How does a deep-ocean tsunami detection buoy work?

The system has two modes - 'standard' and 'event'. The system generally operates in 'standard' mode, where it routinely collects sea level information and reports via satellite at relatively low frequency transmission intervals (i.e. every 15 minutes). This helps to conserve battery life and hence extend the deployment life. The tsunami buoy is triggered into 'event' mode when the pressure sensor first detects the faster moving seismic wave moving through the sea floor. It then commences reporting sea level information at one minute intervals to enable rapid verification of the possible existence of a tsunami. The system returns to standard mode after 4 hours if no further seismic events are detected. . .
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Deep Ocean Tsunami Detection Buoys
How does a deep-ocean tsunami detection buoy work?

The system has two modes - 'standard' and 'event'. The system generally operates in 'standard' mode, where it routinely collects sea level information and reports via satellite at relatively low frequency transmission intervals (i.e. every 15 minutes). This helps to conserve battery life and hence extend the deployment life. The tsunami buoy is triggered into 'event' mode when the pressure sensor first detects the faster moving seismic wave moving through the sea floor. It then commences reporting sea level information at one minute intervals to enable rapid verification of the possible existence of a tsunami. The system returns to standard mode after 4 hours if no further seismic events are detected. . .
 Quoting: Quirk


How is the location for deployment of a tsunami buoy determined?

The best location for deployment of a tsunami buoy is determined by careful consideration of a number of factors. The tsunami buoy needs to be far enough away from any potential earthquake epicentre to ensure there is no interference between the earthquake signal at the buoy and the sea-level signal from the tsunami. On the other hand, the tsunami buoy needs to be close enough to the epicentre to enable timely detection of any tsunami and maximise the lead time of tsunami forecasts for coastal areas. In addition, tsunami buoys must ideally be placed in water deeper than 3000m to ensure the observed signal is not contaminated by other types of waves that have shallower effects (e.g. surface wind-waves). International maritime boundaries must also be considered when deploying tsunami buoy systems.. .

[link to www.bom.gov.au]
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Both Buoys 56001 Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier and Station 41421 - NORTH ST THOMAS - 300NM North of St Thomas, Virgin Island are still in EVENT MODE
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6.07 S 149.77 E 80 6.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
2013-07-07 20:18:03.0
1hr 21min ago
51.27 N 179.94 W 44 5.5 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
2013-07-07 19:37:23.0
2hr 02min ago
20.86 S 69.05 W 106 3.2 TARAPACA, CHILE
2013-07-07 18:35:31.0
3hr 04min ago
3.97 S 153.88 E 383 7.2 NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.

Buoy 53046 in Event Mode - Last event mode was 6/13;
Buoy 46403 Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK last event mode was 6/27 (10 days ago):

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

The main Buoy 21415 is still out of service, KEEP An EYE Out for Buoy Movement Near Alaska/Russia especially Buoy 46403
 Quoting: Quirk


BUOY 21419 now in EVENT MODE
Station 21419 - KURIL ISLANDS - 209NM SE of Kuril Is.

Buoy 56001 and 41421 no longer in Event Mode
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6.07 S 149.77 E 80 6.8 NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.
2013-07-07 20:18:03.0
1hr 21min ago
51.27 N 179.94 W 44 5.5 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS.
2013-07-07 19:37:23.0
2hr 02min ago
20.86 S 69.05 W 106 3.2 TARAPACA, CHILE
2013-07-07 18:35:31.0
3hr 04min ago
3.97 S 153.88 E 383 7.2 NEW IRELAND REGION, P.N.G.

Buoy 53046 in Event Mode - Last event mode was 6/13;
Buoy 46403 Station 46403 (LLNR 984.2) - Southeast Shumagin Island - 186 NM SE of Shumagin Is, AK last event mode was 6/27 (10 days ago):

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

The main Buoy 21415 is still out of service, KEEP An EYE Out for Buoy Movement Near Alaska/Russia especially Buoy 46403
 Quoting: Quirk


BUOY 21419 now in EVENT MODE
Station 21419 - KURIL ISLANDS - 209NM SE of Kuril Is.

Buoy 56001 and 41421 no longer in Event Mode
 Quoting: Quirk


[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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Thread: predicting tsunami of epic proportions for victoria bc, west coast canada near end of july/2013
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We had 3 buoys going off in last couple of days, if pattern follows as it has in the past, high probability for this scenario, especially with the Buoy that went off North St. Thomas Island yesterday,

Unfortunately time frame can't be more precise, from previous data time frame can be from hours up to 14 days after buoy Event Mode and if an ajustment has taken place, which appears to be occurring from reading the data, ,
Heads up East side of ring of fire, Canada, Oregon, California, Mexico,
South America. . .

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