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[quote:CuriousSeeker:MV8yMzkxMDE5XzY3MDk2NDI3X0UyMzZGNDEw] [quote:Master of Nothing:MV8yMzkxMDE5XzY3MDk2MzYyX0YzN0ZEMzFF] [quote:CuriousSeeker:MV8yMzkxMDE5XzY3MDk2MzM2Xzg5NjVFMzQy] [quote:Master of Nothing:MV8yMzkxMDE5XzY3MDk2MzMyXzhFMDgyNzVC] [quote:Anonymous Coward 74272814:MV8zNzQ3NzU0XzY3MDk2MjA1XzM4MzdDMUM1] The #Kodiak earthquake was a strike-slip fault type event and is unlikely to produce a significant #Tsunami They often don't produce any tsunamis, sometimes local tsunamis may occur due to landslides triggered by the quake. [/quote] https://twitter.com/USGS/status/955767190451638272?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.foxnews.com%2Fus%2F2018%2F01%2F23%2F8-2-magnitude-earthquake-strikes-off-alaska-prompting-tsunami-warning.html @USGS "The M 7.9 occurred as the result of strike slip faulting. At it's location, the Pacific plate is converging with the North America plate. Over the preceding century, 11 other M7+ earthquakes have occurred within 600 km of today's earthquake." [/quote] I'm not quite as concerned about the Kodiak quake as I am about the potential behavior of the Cascadian Subduction Zone in the coming days. [/quote] Yeah... for sure. That A.C. made a good point with strike slip events. They've produced big quakes with a lack of tsunami threats in the past stumping seismologists even. But it certainly appears a big wave is out there? [/quote] Definitely interesting. Will keep watch. Hopefully nothing serious happens with the CSZ with the advent of the Super Blue Blood Moon coming. Very concerned about that area now. [/quote]
I accidentally deleted the OP of this thread during some glitch issues on GLP this morning (10/30/17).
I will be posting some useful links in the next post to make it easier for those posting so you don't have to scroll through a massive OP. : )
I had to delete the first two comments on this thread to do so, but wanted to keep them so I've put them below.
5* and I'm on board.. Simple.. I'm sorry about CH.. He will be missed greatly..
but, the continuation of EQ is an important thing because it's connected to so many things..
Thank you!!! Simple... I will be here.....
Awesome Simple, glad you started this thread. Lets get to work.
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I also would like to mention that I know this thread has MANY pages and that it can be somewhat intimidating to join/chime in on a long standing thread as a new member/AC (I've experienced it when I first joined GLP), but we are a VERY welcoming group to those who newly join us. We are a small family of sorts who are all mostly interested in the same earth-related topics (quakes/solar/volcanoes/weather/etc.) and share info on each of those topics as well as 'off-topic' discussions. We genuinely care for one another here and even when we do not agree with each other, we ALWAYS respect each other.
I truly enjoy when new folks join us here. All that I ask is to show respect. : )
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