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Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - NW of Dampier and Station 51426 - SOUTHEAST TONGA - SE of Tonga in EVENT Mode; 7.2 73km SSE of Raoul Island NZ

 
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Update to above
5.2
82km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 21:17:57 UTC-07:0018.2 km
5.1
77km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:45:55 UTC-07:0021.3 km
5.8
76km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:11:14 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.6
71km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:56:06 UTC-07:0016.7 km
7.6
19km S of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:43:17 UTC-07:0040.0 km
6.4
47km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 18:58:29 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.1
120km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 17:01:16 UTC-07:0019.0 km
5.4
43km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 12:45:50 UTC-07:0021.1 km
5.1
85km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 04:11:35 UTC-07:0016.5 km
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23 Buoys now in Event Mode, these three have stopped eventing,
Station 41424 - EAST CHARLESTON - 370 NM East of Charleston, SC
Station 42407 - SOUTH PUERTO RICO - 230 NM South of San Juan, PR
Station 41420 - NORTH SANTO DOMINGO - 328NM NNE of Santo Domingo, DO

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Another Animation of foreshocks/after shocks Japan 20011 EQ
Quick video showing earthquakes in Japan between 9 March and 14 March. 1 hour ~ 1 second. Big one is around 1:17.
Posting for comparison to Chile EQ's Pattern
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The intensity seems greater this time around
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Magnitude 6.2
Region OFFSHORE TARAPACA, CHILE

Date time 2014-04-03 05:26:16.0 UTC
Location 20.83 S ; 70.47 W
Depth 30 km
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Another Animation of foreshocks/after shocks Japan 20011 EQ
Quick video showing earthquakes in Japan between 9 March and 14 March. 1 hour ~ 1 second. Big one is around 1:17.
Posting for comparison to Chile EQ's Pattern
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The intensity seems greater this time around
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Hi M1, I agree, unfortunately I think the larger one is coming sooner rather than later, the seismologist in the news continually emphasize that the 8,2 was not the Big one they are waiting for, and stated "it could come today or 50 years"


"This magnitude 8.2 is not the large earthquake that we were expecting in this area," said Mark Simons, a geophysicist at Caltech in Pasadena, California. "We're expecting a potentially even larger earthquake."

It could be tomorrow. Or it could be 50 years.
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Magnitude 6.1
Region OFFSHORE TARAPACA, CHILE

Date time 2014-04-04 01:37:49.0 UTC
Location 20.63 S ; 70.67 W
Depth 5 km
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23 Buoys now in Event Mode, these three have stopped eventing,
Station 41424 - EAST CHARLESTON - 370 NM East of Charleston, SC
Station 42407 - SOUTH PUERTO RICO - 230 NM South of San Juan, PR
Station 41420 - NORTH SANTO DOMINGO - 328NM NNE of Santo Domingo, DO
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DOWN TO 3 Buoys in Event Mode,
Station 32402 - 180 NM West of Caldera, Chile
Station 32401 - 260 NM West-Southwest of Arica Chile
Station 32412 - SOUTHWEST LIMA - 645 NM SW of Lima, Peru

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Update to above
5.2
82km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 21:17:57 UTC-07:0018.2 km
5.1
77km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:45:55 UTC-07:0021.3 km
5.8
76km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:11:14 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.6
71km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:56:06 UTC-07:0016.7 km
7.6
19km S of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:43:17 UTC-07:0040.0 km
6.4
47km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 18:58:29 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.1
120km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 17:01:16 UTC-07:0019.0 km
5.4
43km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 12:45:50 UTC-07:0021.1 km
5.1
85km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 04:11:35 UTC-07:0016.5 km
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Update:
6.1
76km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 18:37:51 UTC-07:0020.0 km
5.1
72km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 11:56:12 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.2
99km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 07:34:05 UTC-07:0011.7 km
5.3
286km SE of Lambasa, Fiji
2014-04-03 05:56:37 UTC-07:00584.9 km
5.1
105km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 04:41:35 UTC-07:0010.6 km
5.6
178km S of Bengkulu, Indonesia
2014-04-03 02:30:19 UTC-07:0011.1 km
5.6
69km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 02:23:21 UTC-07:0014.9 km
5.0
Southwest Indian Ridge
2014-04-03 02:18:26 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.0
33km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 02:08:58 UTC-07:0026.1 km
5.5
66km SSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:51:44 UTC-07:0026.9 km
5.2
54km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:34:32 UTC-07:0020.9 km
6.2
77km SSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:26:16 UTC-07:0024.3 km
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Added 04/03/2014 @ 20:30 UTC
New Geomagnetic Storm Watch UPDATE
The latest WSA-Enlil Solar Wind Prediction model released by NOAA/SWPC has been updated to include a pair of coronal mass ejections (CMEs). The first event, a slower moving Earth directed CME from April 1st, and the second event, a faster moving eruption following the M6 eflare on April 2nd, are predicted to merge and arrive late on April 4th. The predicted impact could produce enhanced geomagnetic activity, possibly reaching minor storm levels. Sky watchers should remain alert beginning tomorrow evening
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23 Buoys now in Event Mode, these three have stopped eventing,
Station 41424 - EAST CHARLESTON - 370 NM East of Charleston, SC
Station 42407 - SOUTH PUERTO RICO - 230 NM South of San Juan, PR
Station 41420 - NORTH SANTO DOMINGO - 328NM NNE of Santo Domingo, DO
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DOWN TO 3 Buoys in Event Mode,
Station 32402 - 180 NM West of Caldera, Chile
Station 32401 - 260 NM West-Southwest of Arica Chile
Station 32412 - SOUTHWEST LIMA - 645 NM SW of Lima, Peru
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Station 32401 is the Last Buoy Standing
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Tsunami in USA on Thursday, 03 April, 2014 at 14:44 (02:44 PM) UTC.

The magnitude 8.2 earthquake that erupted Tuesday off northern Chile produced a tsunami whose energy caused tiny fluctuations early Wednesday on a tide gauge in La Jolla, says the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Scripps seismologist Gabi Laske said that the tsunami added about two inches to the height of waves at the gauge at 5 a.m. Wednesday, just over 12 hours after the earthquake happened. "In La Jolla, the first "weird" wiggle arrived at about this time," Laske told U-T San Diego. "While we could debate whether San Diego had a tsunami, it was clearly measured at the Santa Monica tide gauge station. Arriving at about 5:30 a.m., the biggest wave came at 7:10 a.m. at 6.3 inches. While I wouldn't stick my head out for the San Diego/La Jolla data, the Santa Monica data are very clear. "The signal at the Santa Barbara station is very concerning. The first wave there also arrived at about 5:30 a.m., the first "big" wave (at 7 inches) at 6:45 a.m. But "big" waves were still recorded at 9:50 a.m. (at 7.5 inches). My guess is that waves bounced off the coast and then joined and added together later on. All these numbers are +/-, so peak-to-trough amplitude is twice that. "The tsunami arrived in Crescent City at about 7:00 a.m. PDT, though the biggest wave didn't come (at a little less than +/- 6.7 inches), until 8:40 a.m., with another group of waves reaching this height at 10:50 a.m. So, this is smaller than in Santa Barbara (which is interesting and disturbing)."
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Tsunami Warning Tests Galapagos Islands
04.03.14 | 9:47 P


. . . .
By 8:45 PM local time (the Galapagos are three hours behind Chile), the streets of Bellavista, a village well above the splash zone, were bustling, the evacuation plan an apparent success. As open-air cafes spilled out onto the sidewalks and crowds huddled around televisions, an atmosphere of kinetic, purposeful calm prevailed.

Fortunately, the wave never came during the night of April 1st (a minor, sub-meter surge was measured late in the evening), but the vagaries of tsunami formation made it a narrow miss. Tsunamis form when land motions associated with earthquakes displace the ocean and generate a series of waves. The magnitude of an earthquake itself doesn’t necessarily tell the full story of displacement and wave geometry; minute differences can mean the difference between a gentle swell and a wall of roiling water.. . .
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Update to above
5.2
82km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 21:17:57 UTC-07:0018.2 km
5.1
77km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:45:55 UTC-07:0021.3 km
5.8
76km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 20:11:14 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.6
71km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:56:06 UTC-07:0016.7 km
7.6
19km S of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 19:43:17 UTC-07:0040.0 km
6.4
47km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 18:58:29 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.1
120km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 17:01:16 UTC-07:0019.0 km
5.4
43km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 12:45:50 UTC-07:0021.1 km
5.1
85km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 04:11:35 UTC-07:0016.5 km
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Update:
6.1
76km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 18:37:51 UTC-07:0020.0 km
5.1
72km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 11:56:12 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.2
99km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 07:34:05 UTC-07:0011.7 km
5.3
286km SE of Lambasa, Fiji
2014-04-03 05:56:37 UTC-07:00584.9 km
5.1
105km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 04:41:35 UTC-07:0010.6 km
5.6
178km S of Bengkulu, Indonesia
2014-04-03 02:30:19 UTC-07:0011.1 km
5.6
69km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 02:23:21 UTC-07:0014.9 km
5.0
Southwest Indian Ridge
2014-04-03 02:18:26 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.0
33km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-03 02:08:58 UTC-07:0026.1 km
5.5
66km SSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:51:44 UTC-07:0026.9 km
5.2
54km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:34:32 UTC-07:0020.9 km
6.2
77km SSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-02 22:26:16 UTC-07:0024.3 km
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The Chile Buoy has stopped Eventing, the EQ Swarm continues 5 and greater
Update:
5.3
33km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-04 22:44:55 UTC-07:0019.0 km
5.0
62km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-04 21:08:58 UTC-07:0032.5 km
5.4
17km WNW of Hacienda La Calera, Chile
2014-04-04 19:22:38 UTC-07:0032.2 km
5.0
44km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-04 17:33:57 UTC-07:0025.3 km
5.2
70km SW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-04 02:53:26 UTC-07:0017.6 km
5.4
65km ENE of Salamanca, Chile
2014-04-04 02:52:08 UTC-07:0094.5 km
5.1
91km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-04 02:38:55 UTC-07:0013.1 km
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Happy Saturday quirk! Thanks for the updates. : )

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BUOY Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
in EVENT Mode
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BUOY Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
in EVENT Mode
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#YY MM DD hh mm ss T HEIGHT
#yr mo dy hr mn s - m
2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974 Last
2014 04 05 12 00 00 1 5641.985 Start
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BUOY Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
in EVENT Mode
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#YY MM DD hh mm ss T HEIGHT
#yr mo dy hr mn s - m
2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974 Last
2014 04 05 12 00 00 1 5641.985 Start
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This Buoy did not Event after the Chile Eq

Chile Swarm Continues mostly 3's and 4's
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BUOY Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
in EVENT Mode
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#YY MM DD hh mm ss T HEIGHT
#yr mo dy hr mn s - m
2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974 Last
2014 04 05 12 00 00 1 5641.985 Start
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56001 is No longer in Event Mode

2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974
2014 04 06 12 00 00 1 5642.126 Last Reading

Some fluctuations will see if any 6 + within next 7 days
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BUOY Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - 1025km NW of Dampier
in EVENT Mode
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#YY MM DD hh mm ss T HEIGHT
#yr mo dy hr mn s - m
2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974 Last
2014 04 05 12 00 00 1 5641.985 Start
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56001 is No longer in Event Mode

2014 04 05 16 59 00 2 5642.974
2014 04 06 12 00 00 1 5642.126 Last Reading

Some fluctuations will see if any 6 + within next 7 days
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Near Indonesia
Thread: Major earthquake to occur in the next 144 hours

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Tsunami Preparedness Week: What LA areas are at risk?
| March 24th, 2014, 5:30am

A map of tsunami inundation areas around Los Angeles county. For more details on specific neighborhoods see the links in the article.
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Tsunami Preparedness Week: What LA areas are at risk?
| March 24th, 2014, 5:30am

A map of tsunami inundation areas around Los Angeles county. For more details on specific neighborhoods see the links in the article.
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Another link for all of Ca
California tsunami inundation maps:
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How Far Inland Would A 300 Foot Tsunami Go On The East Coast?
. . . So here’s the question… “IF” a 300 foot tsunami reached the East Coast, how far inland would it go?

The short answer, and one that many may think to be accurate, is that it will go inland until the elevation of the land is higher than the tsunami. While that sounds logical, there are variables…

Actually, the distance a tsunami will travel inland has more to do with the energy it still has left as it hits the shore.

A tsunami will speed across the ocean at hundreds of miles an hour but at a relatively small height (because the ocean is DEEP). Its speed decreases as it approaches the shoreline (because the ground beneath it is getting shallower) but its energy begins to transfer to its monstrous HEIGHT. When the speed of the wave approaches zero, the wave breaks, much of its energy is released and it will not go too much further. A tsunami that reaches a height of 300 feet when it rears up at the shore, will lose energy as it travels inland. . . .

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How Far Inland Would A 300 Foot Tsunami Go On The East Coast?
. . . So here’s the question… “IF” a 300 foot tsunami reached the East Coast, how far inland would it go?

The short answer, and one that many may think to be accurate, is that it will go inland until the elevation of the land is higher than the tsunami. While that sounds logical, there are variables…

Actually, the distance a tsunami will travel inland has more to do with the energy it still has left as it hits the shore.

A tsunami will speed across the ocean at hundreds of miles an hour but at a relatively small height (because the ocean is DEEP). Its speed decreases as it approaches the shoreline (because the ground beneath it is getting shallower) but its energy begins to transfer to its monstrous HEIGHT. When the speed of the wave approaches zero, the wave breaks, much of its energy is released and it will not go too much further. A tsunami that reaches a height of 300 feet when it rears up at the shore, will lose energy as it travels inland. . . .

Map and info
[link to modernsurvivalblog.com]
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How Far Inland Would A 300 Foot Tsunami Go On The East Coast?
. . . So here’s the question… “IF” a 300 foot tsunami reached the East Coast, how far inland would it go?

The short answer, and one that many may think to be accurate, is that it will go inland until the elevation of the land is higher than the tsunami. While that sounds logical, there are variables…

Actually, the distance a tsunami will travel inland has more to do with the energy it still has left as it hits the shore.

A tsunami will speed across the ocean at hundreds of miles an hour but at a relatively small height (because the ocean is DEEP). Its speed decreases as it approaches the shoreline (because the ground beneath it is getting shallower) but its energy begins to transfer to its monstrous HEIGHT. When the speed of the wave approaches zero, the wave breaks, much of its energy is released and it will not go too much further. A tsunami that reaches a height of 300 feet when it rears up at the shore, will lose energy as it travels inland. . . .

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Pulled from old thread 6-13-13 Station 44402 went into event mode ,

"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?"

Some thought the storm may have caused the buoy to Event, it was reported weeks later that New Jersey had been hit with a meteotsunami

[link to www.usatoday.com]


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These buoys don't usually go off for no reason, some type of adjustment, wave, magma, surge, energy etc. usually causes these to event. . . whether minor or major variations
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Re: Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - NW of Dampier and Station 51426 - SOUTHEAST TONGA - SE of Tonga in EVENT Mode; 7.2 73km SSE of Raoul Island NZ
Looks like Chile is picking up again, Eq's over 5 in last 2 days

5.2
61km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 22:43:56 UTC-07:0017.1 km
5.0
65km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 22:40:47 UTC-07:0016.2 km
5.0
82km WNW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 22:20:21 UTC-07:0017.3 km
5.1
89km W of Tarauaca, Brazil
2014-04-07 08:27:32 UTC-07:00559.6 km
5.1
81km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 07:03:43 UTC-07:0010.0 km
5.4
72km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 06:47:33 UTC-07:0011.3 km
5.8
76km W of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-07 06:43:20 UTC-07:007.9 km
5.3
99km WSW of Iquique, Chile
2014-04-06 07:06:07 UTC-07:008.3 km


Heads up for Chile and South America

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Re: Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - NW of Dampier and Station 51426 - SOUTHEAST TONGA - SE of Tonga in EVENT Mode; 7.2 73km SSE of Raoul Island NZ
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4 BUOYS IN EVENT MODE! BUOY Station 55015 - TASMAN SEA 1, 55042 - Tasman Sea -46409 SOUTHEAST KODIAK, and 46410 - SOUTH CORDO , AK

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Re: Station 56001 - Indian Ocean 1 - NW of Dampier and Station 51426 - SOUTHEAST TONGA - SE of Tonga in EVENT Mode; 7.2 73km SSE of Raoul Island NZ
Earthquakes earlier today,
5.2
Pacific-Antarctic Ridge
2014-04-09 13:29:11 UTC-07:008.1 km
5.2
155km S of Mata-Utu, Wallis and Futuna
2014-04-09 13:29:02 UTC-07:00329.0 km

I have never seen this sequence before, I am concerned that something major will occurr within 7 -10 days. . . if you followed Bending Lights posts he tracked buoy patterns but then those certain buoys were take offline, this may be a new pattern being established

Last time the Two Tasman SEA buoys went off was 3-21 and
10 days after the event or 7 days after theys stopped eventing the 8.0 Chille eq occurred (the bouys in Alaska did not event during that time)

Magnitude 8.0
Region OFFSHORE TARAPACA, CHILE
Date time 2014-04-01 23:46:49.0 UTC
Location 19.58 S ; 70.70 W
Depth 33 km
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Hi M1, this is not good. . . . .

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