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EARTHQUAKE - USGS 6.3 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII Z= 24km 19.84N 156.06W

 
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2006/10/15 17:07 M 6.3 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII Z= 24km 19.84N 156.06W

This information is provided by the USGS
National Earthquake Information Center.

These parameters are preliminary and subject to revision.

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake IN THE HAWAII REGION, HAWAII has occurred at:
19.84N 156.06W Depth 24km Sun Oct 15 17:07:48 2006 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Sun Oct 15 17:07:48 2006
Time Near Epicenter Sun Oct 15 07:07:48 2006
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Sun Oct 15 13:07:48 2006
Central Daylight Time (CDT) Sun Oct 15 12:07:48 2006
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) Sun Oct 15 11:07:48 2006
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) Sun Oct 15 10:07:48 2006
Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) Sun Oct 15 09:07:48 2006
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Sun Oct 15 07:07:48 2006

Location with respect to nearby cities:
15 km (10 miles) NNW of Kailua Kona, Hawai`i, Hawaii (pop 9,800)
100 km (65 miles) S of Hana, Maui, Hawaii (pop 700)
100 km (65 miles) W of Hilo, Hawai`i, Hawaii (pop 40,000)
250 km (155 miles) SE of HONOLULU, Hawaii

For maps, additional information, and subsequent updates, please consult:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov] .

Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 613

For the most significant earthquakes, information may also be available from the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program home page at [link to earthquake.usgs.gov] and the USGS home page at [link to www.usgs.gov] .
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ahhh
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what is the effect of a 6.3 quake?
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What do you all think about this? This is pretty signifigant
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6.3? Says 4.9 here.
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NK has fired up their earthquake machine.
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what is the effect of a 6.3 quake?
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Pretty intense and will cause alot of damage.
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what is the effect of a 6.3 quake?



Pretty intense and will cause alot of damage.
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Here is the info on an approx 6.3 earthquake. This is the Mercalli Scale:

violent Drivers have trouble steering. Houses that are not bolted down might shift on their foundations. Tall structures such as towers and chimneys might twist and fall. Well-built buildings suffer slight damage. Poorly built structures suffer severe damage. Tree branches break. Hillsides might crack if the ground is wet. Water levels in wells might change.
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Hopefully not a Tsunami.
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Where is he getting 6.3?

NEIC/USGS currently showing as 4.9. Let's see what the numbers come out to be once a real person looks at the data.

4.6 at 17:07 UTC
4.9 at 17:14 UTC

URL please for a 6.3?
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what is the effect of a 6.3 quake?



Pretty intense and will cause alot of damage.


Here is the info on an approx 6.3 earthquake. This is the Mercalli Scale:

violent Drivers have trouble steering. Houses that are not bolted down might shift on their foundations. Tall structures such as towers and chimneys might twist and fall. Well-built buildings suffer slight damage. Poorly built structures suffer severe damage. Tree branches break. Hillsides might crack if the ground is wet. Water levels in wells might change.
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[link to www.themeter.net]

It is approximately the energy equivalent tof about the detonation of 5 Million Tons of TNT being exploded at once. You can have damage and it can be felt up to 100 Kilometers away
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The following is a release by the United States Geological Survey, National Earthquake Information Center: A strong earthquake occurred about 10 miles (15 km) north-northwest of Kailua Kona or 65 miles (100 km) west of Hilo, Hawai`i at 11:07 AM MDT, Oct 15, 2006 (7:07 AM HST in Hawaii). The magnitude and location may be revised when additional data and further analysis results are available. No reports of damage or casualties have been received at this time; however, this earthquake may have caused damage due to its location and size.
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So its somewhere where earthquakes usually don't occur????

I smell NUKE
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Where is he getting 6.3?

NEIC/USGS currently showing as 4.9. Let's see what the numbers come out to be once a real person looks at the data.

4.6 at 17:07 UTC
4.9 at 17:14 UTC

URL please for a 6.3?
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[link to www.iris.edu]
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Re: EARTHQUAKE - USGS 6.3 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII Z= 24km 19.84N 156.06W
NEIC/USGS updated after review by a seimsmologist.

6.3 followed by a 5.8

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s LAT
deg LON
deg DEPTH
km Region
MAP 2.6 2006/10/15 18:10:44 19.811 -155.997 42.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2006/10/15 18:04:31 19.950 -156.020 16.4 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2006/10/15 17:56:27 19.855 -155.895 9.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.1 2006/10/15 17:53:39 19.884 -155.957 9.0 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2006/10/15 17:50:29 20.015 -155.946 2.8 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 3.1 2006/10/15 17:45:43 20.879 -156.894 7.0 MAUI REGION, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2006/10/15 17:38:35 19.938 -156.030 13.4 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2006/10/15 17:35:57 19.918 -155.953 16.9 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.1 2006/10/15 17:33:52 19.846 -156.178 37.6 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 3.2 2006/10/15 17:30:02 20.150 -155.877 16.1 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 3.6 2006/10/15 17:29:05 19.895 -155.871 17.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2006/10/15 17:27:35 19.868 -155.834 9.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 5.8 2006/10/15 17:14:10 19.946 -156.157 4.6 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
MAP 6.3 2006/10/15 17:07:48 19.842 -156.059 24.0 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII
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any GLP'ers (with electricity) in Hawaii?

that Reverend woman?
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USGS map of the effected area:

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

As I write I count 19 quakes in the last hour with the big one occuring just over an hour ago.
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Where is he getting 6.3?

NEIC/USGS currently showing as 4.9. Let's see what the numbers come out to be once a real person looks at the data.

4.6 at 17:07 UTC
4.9 at 17:14 UTC

URL please for a 6.3?
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Link attached. This is the email I got from the USGS. Maybe they are going to play around with it and lower the number. Who knows. See Below:
2006/10/15 17:07 M 6.3 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII Z= 24km 19.84N 156.06W

This information is provided by the USGS
National Earthquake Information Center.
(Address problems to: [email protected])

These parameters are preliminary and subject to revision.

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake IN THE HAWAII REGION, HAWAII has occurred at:
19.84N 156.06W Depth 24km Sun Oct 15 17:07:48 2006 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Sun Oct 15 17:07:48 2006
Time Near Epicenter Sun Oct 15 07:07:48 2006
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Sun Oct 15 13:07:48 2006
Central Daylight Time (CDT) Sun Oct 15 12:07:48 2006
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) Sun Oct 15 11:07:48 2006
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) Sun Oct 15 10:07:48 2006
Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) Sun Oct 15 09:07:48 2006
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Sun Oct 15 07:07:48 2006

Location with respect to nearby cities:
15 km (10 miles) NNW of Kailua Kona, Hawai`i, Hawaii (pop 9,800)
100 km (65 miles) S of Hana, Maui, Hawaii (pop 700)
100 km (65 miles) W of Hilo, Hawai`i, Hawaii (pop 40,000)
250 km (155 miles) SE of HONOLULU, Hawaii

For maps, additional information, and subsequent updates,
please consult:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov] .

Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 613

For the most significant earthquakes, information may also be
available from the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program home page at
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov] and the USGS home page at
[link to www.usgs.gov] .

The earthquake information delivered through Bigquake notifications is
preliminary. Subsequent review usually results in some revision to the
data, and all users are advised to check the USGS earthquake program
pages at [link to earthquake.usgs.gov] for updates. Data users are
cautioned to consider carefully the provisional nature of the information
before using it for decisions that concern personal or public safety or
the conduct of business that involves substantial monetary or operational
consequences. Earthquakes are a common occurrence, and many are either
not large enough to cause damage or not located sufficiently close to
populations centers to produce damage. This e-mail does not imply an
impending threat.

Bigquake is an informational tool and NOT an earthquake or tsunami
warning system. The USGS does not produce tsunami warnings. For the
information about tsunamis, please refer to the information given in
the NOAA website [link to tsunami.gov] .

Events of magnitude 6.5 or greater are generally reviewed and posted to
Bigquake within 2 hours of their occurrence and events of magnitude 5.5
to 6.5 are generally posted to Bigquake within 24 hours. Additionally,
processing and sending the messages typically takes 30 minutes. The USGS
cannot guarantee the receipt or timeliness of an e-mail after sending.

You will continue to receive messages like this when earthquakes occur
that have magnitude 5.5 or greater anywhere in the world OR 4.5 or greater
in the contiguous US, Hawaii, and Alaska (excluding the Aleutian Islands).

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And now a notification of a new 5.8

2006/10/15 17:14 M 5.8 HAWAII REGION, HAWAII Z= 5km 19.95N 156.16W

This information is provided by the USGS
National Earthquake Information Center.
(Address problems to: [email protected])

These parameters are preliminary and subject to revision.

A magnitude 5.8 earthquake IN THE HAWAII REGION, HAWAII has occurred at:
19.95N 156.16W Depth 5km Sun Oct 15 17:14:09 2006 UTC

Time: Universal Time (UTC) Sun Oct 15 17:14:09 2006
Time Near Epicenter Sun Oct 15 07:14:09 2006
Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) Sun Oct 15 13:14:09 2006
Central Daylight Time (CDT) Sun Oct 15 12:14:09 2006
Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) Sun Oct 15 11:14:09 2006
Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) Sun Oct 15 10:14:09 2006
Alaska Daylight Time (ADT) Sun Oct 15 09:14:09 2006
Hawaii Standard Time (HST) Sun Oct 15 07:14:09 2006

Location with respect to nearby cities:
30 km (20 miles) NW of Kailua Kona, Hawai`i, Hawaii (pop 9,800)
90 km (55 miles) S of Hana, Maui, Hawaii (pop 700)
110 km (70 miles) SSE of Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii (pop 12,000)
235 km (145 miles) SE of HONOLULU, Hawaii

For maps, additional information, and subsequent updates, please consult:
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov] .

Flinn-Engdahl Region Number = 613

For the most significant earthquakes, information may also be available from the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program home page at [link to earthquake.usgs.gov] and the USGS home page at [link to www.usgs.gov] .

The earthquake information delivered through Bigquake notifications is preliminary. Subsequent review usually results in some revision to the data, and all users are advised to check the USGS earthquake program pages at [link to earthquake.usgs.gov] for updates. Data users are cautioned to consider carefully the provisional nature of the information before using it for decisions that concern personal or public safety or the conduct of business that involves substantial monetary or operational consequences. Earthquakes are a common occurrence, and many are either not large enough to cause damage or not located sufficiently close to populations centers to produce damage. This e-mail does not imply an impending threat.

Bigquake is an informational tool and NOT an earthquake or tsunami warning system. The USGS does not produce tsunami warnings. For the information about tsunamis, please refer to the information given in the NOAA website [link to tsunami.gov] .

Events of magnitude 6.5 or greater are generally reviewed and posted to Bigquake within 2 hours of their occurrence and events of magnitude 5.5 to 6.5 are generally posted to Bigquake within 24 hours. Additionally, processing and sending the messages typically takes 30 minutes. The USGS cannot guarantee the receipt or timeliness of an e-mail after sending.

You will continue to receive messages like this when earthquakes occur that have magnitude 5.5 or greater anywhere in the world OR 4.5 or greater in the contiguous US, Hawaii, and Alaska (excluding the Aleutian Islands).

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6.3 started out as a 4.6. 5.8 started as a 4.9 (computer generated).
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Looks like NK are attackign Hawii

ahhh

WWIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Volcanic quake????
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Peru and Chile very active.too.
By the way did you remember ...few months ago I post a thread because it was the first time that USGS records 300 + seismic events in 24 hours ..I say it was a record and many of you rebate this point... I have been checking this site earthquake.usgs.gov everyday since 2003.
The seismic activity after the 26/12/04 EQ and Tsunami in Asia increase in 690% then after the slowing and stopping of the Chandlers wobbler's at the end of 2005 and beginning of 2006 it change the patterns of the seismic activity... it start in Alaska same pattern, the same of the one today in Hawaii.
2 [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
This is part of the letter I send to this web page ...on that day June 12
...
On June 12 the seismic activity almost totally stop for more than 24 hours around the world and start again with a heavy increase on Alaska and west coast. Keeping the 99% of activity in the Aleutians Islands Alaska. Today for first time we reach 308 earthquakes in a week on this page
Can you confirm with me the increase of seismic activity... and also tell me if the concentration of activity on the Aleutians Islands for days happens before? Thank you....
this was the response:
There has been no change in the overall rate of seismic activity globally. The increase in seismic activity that I believe you are seeing is aftershocks associated with larger earthquakes in various areas. The Aleutian Islands area is especially active. The USGS estimates that several million earthquakes occur in the world each
year. Many go undetected because they hit remote areas or have very small
magnitudes. The NEIC now locates about 50 earthquakes each day, or about
20,000 a year.
As more and more seismographs are installed in the world, more earthquakes
can be and have been located. However, the number of large earthquakes
(magnitude 6.0 and greater) have stayed relatively constant.
- Lisa
Lisa Wald, Geophysicist/Webmaster
USGS Earthquake Hazards Program
Golden, CO

Anyway this is not true... everybody can check in their site everyday ... since that day; June 12/06 the seismic activity registered on that site are in the range of 100 to 170 ...
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TSUNAMI BULLETIN NUMBER 001
PACIFIC TSUNAMI WARNING CENTER/NOAA/NWS
ISSUED AT 1711Z 15 OCT 2006

THIS BULLETIN IS FOR ALL AREAS OF THE PACIFIC BASIN EXCEPT
ALASKA - BRITISH COLUMBIA - WASHINGTON - OREGON - CALIFORNIA.

... TSUNAMI INFORMATION BULLETIN ...

THIS MESSAGE IS FOR INFORMATION ONLY.

AN EARTHQUAKE HAS OCCURRED WITH THESE PRELIMINARY PARAMETERS

ORIGIN TIME - 1708Z 15 OCT 2006
COORDINATES - 19.9 NORTH 155.9 WEST
LOCATION - 6 miles NNW of Pauanahulu Hawaii
MAGNITUDE - 6.5

EVALUATION

NO DESTRUCTIVE PACIFIC-WIDE TSUNAMI THREAT EXISTS BASED ON
HISTORICAL EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI DATA.

HOWEVER - EARTHQUAKES OF THIS SIZE SOMETIMES GENERATE LOCAL
TSUNAMIS THAT CAN BE DESTRUCTIVE ALONG COASTS LOCATED WITHIN
A HUNDRED KILOMETERS OF THE EARTHQUAKE EPICENTER. AUTHORITIES
IN THE REGION OF THE EPICENTER SHOULD BE AWARE OF THIS
POSSIBILITY AND TAKE APPROPRIATE ACTION.

THIS WILL BE THE ONLY BULLETIN ISSUED FOR THIS EVENT UNLESS
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION BECOMES AVAILABLE.

[link to www.prh.noaa.gov]
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Looks like NK are attackign Hawii

ahhh

WWIII!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Well...they missed the island. Both the 6.3 and 5.8 are offshore.
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Live cam in Kailua-Kona Hawaii, they're chillin having drinks.

[link to www.hawaii-kona.com]
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So its somewhere where earthquakes usually don't occur????

I smell NUKE
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You smell nuke? I smell idiot. I may not be an expert on earthquakes, but considering Hawaii was created through volcanic activity, I think it is safe to assume that the area is becoming active again. We may see a volcanic eruption soon. say maybe 1,000 years?
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The USGS sites still are not showing the 6.3 which just goes to show that their computers can be slow to update & show the most recent info, At this point in time this link does not show it.
[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]
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MSNBC says 6.3 Also

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