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Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano

 
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Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Anyone know of any fault lines in that area?

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2006/06/25 02:16 M 5.0 SOUTHERN ALASKA Z=160km 60.19N 153.80W

This information is provided by the USGS
National Earthquake Information Center.
(Address problems to: sedas@ghtmail.cr.usgs.gov)

These parameters are preliminary and subject to revision.

A magnitude 5.0 earthquake IN SOUTHERN ALASKA has occurred at:
60.19N 153.80W Depth 160km Sun Jun 25 02:16:18 2006 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Sun Jun 25 02:16:18 2006
Time Near Epicenter Sat Jun 24 18:16:18 2006
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Sat Jun 24 22:16:18 2006
Central Daylight Time (CDT) Sat Jun 24 21:16:18 2006
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) Sat Jun 24 20:16:18 2006
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) Sat Jun 24 19:16:18 2006
Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) Sat Jun 24 18:16:18 2006
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Sat Jun 24 16:16:18 2006

Location with respect to nearby cities:
65 km (40 miles) WSW of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska (pop N/A)
80 km (50 miles) NE of Iliamna, Alaska (pop 100)
240 km (150 miles) WSW of Anchorage, Alaska
1125 km (700 miles) WNW of JUNEAU, Alaska

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Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 002

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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Polly: Alaska has been shaking pretty bad for the last week and a half. Supposed to be part of bigger things to come supposedly.
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Pink do you know of any closer to this volcano?

I'm must wondering if there's any relationship to the San Andreas fault.

The other night I heard that they believe that fault line is "full", if I remember correctly, and that the build up of pressure could cause a major earthquake out in CA.
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
thwak

Don't you know your finger will get stuck?

thwak
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Pink, don't go.

Why put yourself in harm's way?

uhoh
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Thanks for that link, Pink.

I'll check it out.

Some of my Mother's neighbor's in-laws live out in CA, and they're talking about coming in for an extended stay. They're retired and can just pick up and go.

That's the only problem with earthquakes...you just never know when...sigh.
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Good article, Pink! That's what I heard, the pent-up energy is about to be released at any time.

"The observed strain rates confirm that the southern section of the San Andreas fault may be approaching the end of the interseismic phase of the earthquake cycle,"

Imagine. They think the lateral move would be 7 to 10 meters. Dayum.

Thanks, again, Pink.

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06/24/2006 11:29 PM
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Yeah, actually I wouldn't mind staying home this Summer. I'm having hand surgery Tuesday and it'll be a bummer going on vacation with a cast on. And yes, I'm a bit nervous about the quakes. But if it happens, it's supposed to happen like within this week or the next. At least that's what's been predicted.
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
If it happens Polly within that time frame, then I guess I really won't be going. Your relatives are smart. I heard a lot of people were moving out of CA. Who could afford it anyway!
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Ohhhh, Pink!

Nothing serious (the surgery), I hope!?
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
I got arthritis in my hands and having joint replacement on my left thumb. Already had it in my right. I lost all the cartilage. I'm not yet 50. Almost. It sucks gettin' old. But I don't look it!!

Luvya Polly!

hf
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I may not be able to type on GLP!

ahhh
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
They're actually my Mom's neighbor's relatives, Pink, but, Maureen's been threatening to move back east for years.

Not only is the housing ridiculous, price-wise, but she said the funniest thing the last time she was in. She goes, "California is NOT a place to grow old!", then proceded to tell us a story about an elderly woman she saw dressed in leopard print, skin tight stretch pants and a tight black knit blouse, HEELS, white-blond hair fixed in some kind of "do", and carrying a poodle, lol!! She said, back east, the grandmom would've been in a nice flowered dress, playing bingo, which she likes to do.

Well, stay safe, woman!!
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Hey I saw this chick in Disneyland the last time I was there. She had on pink leggings and tube top and had blonde hair. I was looking at her from behind when she turned around she was like 70.

Only in California!!

ahhh

Have a good night Polly.
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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Oh, Pink! I can't imagine having an operation like that. You have my sympathies. Maybe the docs will tell you to use typing at GLP as therapy! :)

I'll make sure I put you on my calendar for Tuesday. Let me know what time your surgery is scheduled for and I'll pray for you at that time, ok?

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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
1rof1

I'da been shocked, too!!

You have a good night, also, Pink!

Take good care of yourself.

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Re: Hmmmm, Alaska had an 5.0 earthquake just 40 miles WSW of Redoubt Volcano
Aw Thanks Polly. You're the best! My surgery is at 10:30 AM EST. You are so true blue.

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