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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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Buoy 56001 stopped eventing a couple of days ago,
EQ of interest,
2013-12-01 01:24:13.0
28min ago
7.05 S 128.45 E 10 6.3 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA

Eq's of over 5.0 have been slow the last couple of days, things should be picking up next 48 hrs. . .
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2013-12-01 01:24:16.0
1hr 56min ago
7.00 S 128.46 E 30 6.5 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA
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An interesting theory I came across and posted before was the correlation between New and Full Moon and Earthquakes specifically to CA and the east side of the ring of fire. A connection has been made higher probability of eq at predawn and dawn and within 36 hours of a full or new moon (before and after).
[link to www.sfexaminer.com]


The last Mexico earthquake occurred on Oct 19, 2013 - M6.5 - 91km SW of Etchoropo, Mexico 2013-10-19 17:54:55 UTC.
Though it didn't occurr at predawn or dawn it did occurr in the 36 hour full moon period. The Last full moon was October 18, 2013

The Next full moon is tomorrow November 17, 2013 16:15 (GMT)
[link to www.moonphases.info]

I'm not sure I fully subscribe to this theory yet, but interesting to note and keep an eye on. . .
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This one would fall within the 36 hrs time frame,
M6.8 - Scotia Sea
2013-11-16 03:34:31 UTC
downgraded from a 7.4,

Will see if more is to come in the next 2 days. . . .
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7.8
Scotia Sea
2013-11-17 01:04:55 UTC-08:0010.0 km
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2013-11-17 10:44:07.9
15min ago
60.32 S 44.91 W 10 5.2 SCOTIA SEA
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Upcoming New Moon,
Dec 2 05:22,

EQ's of interest.
5.1
25km NE of El Coacoyul, Mexico
2013-11-30 19:21:01 UTC-08:0052.1 km
5.4
214km WSW of Gold Beach, Oregon
2013-11-30 19:19:38 UTC-08:0010.0 km

Close to 36 hour time frame, more to come?
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Buoy 56001 stopped eventing a couple of days ago,
EQ of interest,
2013-12-01 01:24:13.0
28min ago
7.05 S 128.45 E 10 6.3 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA

Eq's of over 5.0 have been slow the last couple of days, things should be picking up next 48 hrs. . .
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Upgraded:
2013-12-01 01:24:16.0
1hr 56min ago
7.00 S 128.46 E 30 6.5 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA
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and another:
2013-12-01 06:29:58.0
15min ago
2.01 N 96.78 E 10 5.6 SIMEULUE, INDONESIA
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Buoy 56001 stopped eventing a couple of days ago,
EQ of interest,
2013-12-01 01:24:13.0
28min ago
7.05 S 128.45 E 10 6.3 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA

Eq's of over 5.0 have been slow the last couple of days, things should be picking up next 48 hrs. . .
 Quoting: quirk


Upgraded:
2013-12-01 01:24:16.0
1hr 56min ago
7.00 S 128.46 E 30 6.5 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA
 Quoting: quirk


and another:
2013-12-01 06:29:58.0
15min ago
2.01 N 96.78 E 10 5.6 SIMEULUE, INDONESIA
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usgs has it as a 5.8
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This one would fall within the 36 hrs time frame,
M6.8 - Scotia Sea
2013-11-16 03:34:31 UTC
downgraded from a 7.4,

Will see if more is to come in the next 2 days. . . .
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7.8
Scotia Sea
2013-11-17 01:04:55 UTC-08:0010.0 km
 Quoting: quirk


2013-11-17 10:44:07.9
15min ago
60.32 S 44.91 W 10 5.2 SCOTIA SEA
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Upcoming New Moon,
Dec 2 05:22,

EQ's of interest.
5.1
25km NE of El Coacoyul, Mexico
2013-11-30 19:21:01 UTC-08:0052.1 km
5.4
214km WSW of Gold Beach, Oregon
2013-11-30 19:19:38 UTC-08:0010.0 km

Close to 36 hour time frame, more to come?
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No Buoys in EVENT Mode, EQ of Interest,

M4.4 - North Pacific Ocean
2013-12-03 10:38:55 UTC

26.599°N 133.367°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities

1523km (946mi) WSW of Lompoc, California
1536km (954mi) SW of Los Osos, California
1538km (956mi) WSW of Orcutt, California
1538km (956mi) SW of Morro Bay, California
1731km (1076mi) SW of Sacramento, California

about 17 hours left of NEW Moon 36 hour time frame. . .
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Last EVENT mode was about 6 days ago on 11-27, a few buoys near India are offline and around Chile,

It took me a few attempts to get into the site today and I got this reading at the top of the page when I finally did,

NOTICE! You have reached NDBC's backup site. Most likely there is scheduled network maintenance or a temporary network problem preventing access to the main site. The backup site does not have 100% of the main site's data. Please pay attention to times of observations. Also, some links will be broken if the main web site is not available.

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]

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7.8
Scotia Sea
2013-11-17 01:04:55 UTC-08:0010.0 km
 Quoting: quirk


2013-11-17 10:44:07.9
15min ago
60.32 S 44.91 W 10 5.2 SCOTIA SEA
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Upcoming New Moon,
Dec 2 05:22,

EQ's of interest.
5.1
25km NE of El Coacoyul, Mexico
2013-11-30 19:21:01 UTC-08:0052.1 km
5.4
214km WSW of Gold Beach, Oregon
2013-11-30 19:19:38 UTC-08:0010.0 km

Close to 36 hour time frame, more to come?
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No Buoys in EVENT Mode, EQ of Interest,

M4.4 - North Pacific Ocean
2013-12-03 10:38:55 UTC

26.599°N 133.367°W depth=10.0km (6.2mi)

Nearby Cities

1523km (946mi) WSW of Lompoc, California
1536km (954mi) SW of Los Osos, California
1538km (956mi) WSW of Orcutt, California
1538km (956mi) SW of Morro Bay, California
1731km (1076mi) SW of Sacramento, California

about 17 hours left of NEW Moon 36 hour time frame. . .
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4.3 7km S of Santiago Pinotepa Nacional, Mexico 2013-12-03 23:25:24 UTC-08:00 26.4 k
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Interesting info:


Smartphone app to give earthquake warning
Nov 30, 2013 by Patricia Luna
A smartphone app designed to give early warning of earthquakes could be ready as early as next year, according to scientists at the World Science Forum in Rio de Janeiro.

Researchers from the University of California showed off the project this week at a conference on how to use technology to ward off natural disasters.

The app is based on technology used in an early warning system prepared by a team under Professor Richard Allen, director of the UC Berkeley Seismological Laboratory.
California has already embraced the concept of an early warning network, with Governor Jerry Brown signing a bill in September mandating the creation of a system.
The smartphone app is capable of providing an alert between a few seconds and one minute before a tremor hits, depending on where an individual using it is in relation to the epicenter.


To do this, the app captures initial energy from the tremor, the so-called P wave or primary wave, which rarely itself causes damage.
The technology uses algorithms to detect rapidly when a quake is starting and determine its strength and location and when it is likely to reach its zenith and alert residents in potentially affected areas. The algorithms use data from regional networks monitoring seismic networks.
In the case of cell phones, those located at the actual epicenter of the quake will not receive the early warning.
But the tremors detected by the system will be transmitted in a chain to other receivers so that those a few kilometers (miles) away will be able to react to cloud-based data and glean more information on what is happening where and what is likely to happen next.
"All we need is a telephone at the epicenter of the quake which detects it and sends the information (saying) 'I felt a jolt, I am in this place' to a server," explained Allen. . . . .
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from article,
"The Gulf of Mexico has a very strong pilot whale population and this pod is very far from where they normally would be. They are very far from their deep water habitat and this makes it difficult for rescuers to "push" them back out to sea, Mase said."
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Heads Up, Buoy Station 21401 - 250NM Southeast of Iturup Island Near Japan is in EVENT MODE
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Heads Up, Buoy Station 21401 - 250NM Southeast of Iturup Island Near Japan is in EVENT MODE
[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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This one doesn't have a history of many Events, last time it evented was on April 11 2012 when the Magnitude 8.6 - OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA occurred, probably evented after the earthquake, will watch the readings to see if adjustment taking place. . . .
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[link to www.newscientist.com]
05 December 2013 by Rob Gilhooly
Ultra-thin fault caused gravity-distorting Japan quake

...The results, published in a collection of studies this week, revealed a significant presence of smectite, a slippery clay largely responsible for many major landslides in Europe (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243719). Temperature measurements confirmed the fault had a coefficient of friction of only 0.1, making it very likely to shift. Most rocks slip at about 0.5 or 0.6, says James Mori of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243641).

What's more, the fault zone was found to be less than 5 metres thick, tens of times thinner than at other subduction zones...

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05 December 2013 by Rob Gilhooly
Ultra-thin fault caused gravity-distorting Japan quake

...The results, published in a collection of studies this week, revealed a significant presence of smectite, a slippery clay largely responsible for many major landslides in Europe (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243719). Temperature measurements confirmed the fault had a coefficient of friction of only 0.1, making it very likely to shift. Most rocks slip at about 0.5 or 0.6, says James Mori of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243641).

What's more, the fault zone was found to be less than 5 metres thick, tens of times thinner than at other subduction zones...


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Thanks for the info! I vaguely heard this on the news this morning as well, here is another article posted today,
[link to news.discovery.com]

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05 December 2013 by Rob Gilhooly
Ultra-thin fault caused gravity-distorting Japan quake

...The results, published in a collection of studies this week, revealed a significant presence of smectite, a slippery clay largely responsible for many major landslides in Europe (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243719). Temperature measurements confirmed the fault had a coefficient of friction of only 0.1, making it very likely to shift. Most rocks slip at about 0.5 or 0.6, says James Mori of the Disaster Prevention Research Institute at Kyoto University (Science, DOI: 10.1126/science.1243641).

What's more, the fault zone was found to be less than 5 metres thick, tens of times thinner than at other subduction zones...


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Thanks for the info! I vaguely heard this on the news this morning as well, here is another article posted today,
[link to news.discovery.com]
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Slippery Clay at Fault in 2011 Japan Earthquake,
Slippery clay that looks like scaly black dragon skin is the crucial clue needed to explain the 2011 Japan earthquake's surprising impact, according to three studies published yesterday (Dec. 5) in the journal Science.. . . . .
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This one doesn't have a history of many Events, last time it evented was on April 11 2012 when the Magnitude 8.6 - OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA occurred, probably evented after the earthquake, will watch the readings to see if adjustment taking place. . . .
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Strange readings and chart so far, I have never seen a chart like this with 8.88's, this must be a mistake, or ? plus not much of a fluctuation being recorded, May possibly be an error message or malfunction?

2013 12 06 20 17 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 00 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 13 30 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 15 3 8.881

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6.2 108km SW of Larsen Bay, Alaska 2013-12-06 23:36:24 UTC-08:00 11.5 km
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6.2 108km SW of Larsen Bay, Alaska 2013-12-06 23:36:24 UTC-08:00 11.5 km
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They downgraded it...ugh!

EMSC has it at 5.8
[link to m.emsc.eu]

And USGS has it at 5.4
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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6.2 108km SW of Larsen Bay, Alaska 2013-12-06 23:36:24 UTC-08:00 11.5 km
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They downgraded it...ugh!

EMSC has it at 5.8
[link to m.emsc.eu]

And USGS has it at 5.4
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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Thanks Simple, just saw that,scratching
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This one doesn't have a history of many Events, last time it evented was on April 11 2012 when the Magnitude 8.6 - OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA occurred, probably evented after the earthquake, will watch the readings to see if adjustment taking place. . . .
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Strange readings and chart so far, I have never seen a chart like this with 8.88's, this must be a mistake, or ? plus not much of a fluctuation being recorded, May possibly be an error message or malfunction?

2013 12 06 20 17 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 00 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 13 30 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 15 3 8.881

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Those arent earthquakes right?!
They cant be!!!
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This one doesn't have a history of many Events, last time it evented was on April 11 2012 when the Magnitude 8.6 - OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA occurred, probably evented after the earthquake, will watch the readings to see if adjustment taking place. . . .
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Strange readings and chart so far, I have never seen a chart like this with 8.88's, this must be a mistake, or ? plus not much of a fluctuation being recorded, May possibly be an error message or malfunction?

2013 12 06 20 17 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 16 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 15 00 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 30 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 15 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 14 00 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 45 3 8.882
2013 12 06 20 13 30 3 8.881
2013 12 06 20 13 15 3 8.881

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Those arent earthquakes right?!
They cant be!!!
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No, not earthquakes. They are wave height readings. Wave heights of 8.882 meters.

The significance of this is when the buoys event, they are reacting to wave heights. When a sea floor adjustment is taking place such as during (or a precursor to) an earthquake, it tends to produce significant wave heights and wave height readings.

As one poster stated this buoy is typically not in event mode and the last time this buoy was in event mode was just before Japan's great quake in 2011.
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Still in EVENT Mode, no new readings, might be a malfunction, will see if any major eq's occurr within the week. . .

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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Still in EVENT Mode, no new readings, might be a malfunction, will see if any major eq's occurr within the week. . .

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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The buoy is now OUT OF SERVICE. . .
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Still in EVENT Mode, no new readings, might be a malfunction, will see if any major eq's occurr within the week. . .

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
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The buoy is now OUT OF SERVICE. . .
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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
Station 51425 - NORTHWEST APIA - 370 NM NW of Apia, Samoa,

This is the Buoy last EVENTED on Nov. 9, and a couple of days later the Scottia Sea Swarms started;

Also the 21401 now out of service last evented in April 11 2012 as mentioned in thread above, prior to that it evented on March 14, 20, and 24, 2012,
Eq's in that time frame occurred in Japan, Chile and Mexico,

The buoys don't always follow same patterns: But areas to watch for 6+ in the next couple of days are the usual suspects, Chile, Mexico, Japan, Indonesia, and SCOTIA Sea, Also the entire East side of Ring of Fire. . .
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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
Station 51425 - NORTHWEST APIA - 370 NM NW of Apia, Samoa,

This is the Buoy last EVENTED on Nov. 9, and a couple of days later the Scottia Sea Swarms started;

Also the 21401 now out of service last evented in April 11 2012 as mentioned in thread above, prior to that it evented on March 14, 20, and 24, 2012,
Eq's in that time frame occurred in Japan, Chile and Mexico,

The buoys don't always follow same patterns: But areas to watch for 6+ in the next couple of days are the usual suspects, Chile, Mexico, Japan, Indonesia, and SCOTIA Sea, Also the entire East side of Ring of Fire. . .
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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
Station 51425 - NORTHWEST APIA - 370 NM NW of Apia, Samoa,

This is the Buoy last EVENTED on Nov. 9, and a couple of days later the Scottia Sea Swarms started;

Also the 21401 now out of service last evented in April 11 2012 as mentioned in thread above, prior to that it evented on March 14, 20, and 24, 2012,
Eq's in that time frame occurred in Japan, Chile and Mexico,

The buoys don't always follow same patterns: But areas to watch for 6+ in the next couple of days are the usual suspects, Chile, Mexico, Japan, Indonesia, and SCOTIA Sea, Also the entire East side of Ring of Fire. . .
 Quoting: quirk

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 Quoting: quirk


Thanks for the update quirk hf
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