Archive for the ‘Significant Earthquakes’ Category
Posted by feww on September 28, 2013
M6.8 strikes at a depth of 14.8km near Awaran
The quake has killed at least a dozen people and injured more than two dozen others, after it destroyed several houses in Nokjo district of Awaran, Baluchistan, according to early reports.
Meantime, death toll from an earlier earthquake that struck the region on September 24 has reached 515, with about 1,000 others injured, according to local officials.
The earlier quake, which was followed by several significant aftershocks, destroyed thousands of homes in villages near the epicenter, affecting more than 300,000 people in the sparsely populated region.
This earthquake was an aftershock which occurred approximately 30 km to the NNE of the September 24, 2013 M7.7 event, according to USGS/EHP.
EQ Location Map. Source: USGS/EHP. Enhanced by FIRE-EARTH Blog.
EQ Details [USGS/EHP]
- Event Time: 2013-09-28 07:34UTC
- Epicenter: 27.263°N, 65.587°E
- Depth: 14.8km (9.2mi)
- Nearby Cities
- 96km NNE of Awaran, Pakistan
- 135km NNW of Bela, Pakistan
- 811km ENE of Muscat, Oman
The September 28, 2013 M6.8 earthquake in south-central Pakistan occurred as the result of oblique-strike-slip motion at shallow crustal depths. This earthquake is an aftershock located approximately 30 km to the north-northeast of the September 24, 2013 M7.7 event, which struck with a similar faulting mechanism. As with the September 24 event, the September 28 earthquake mechanism and location are consistent with rupture within the Eurasia plate above the Makran subduction zone. The event occurred within the transition zone between northward subduction of the Arabia plate beneath the Eurasia plate and northward collision of the India plate with the Eurasia plate. … Makran subduction zone has produced large devastating earthquakes and tsunamis. Read more…
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Posted by feww on September 26, 2013
Powerful Quake Strikes Off the Coast of Peru
The 7.0 quake centered at 15.882°S, 74.543°W struck 40km deep in the Pacific Ocean, about 50km south of Acari in the southern Arequipa region, Peru, said USGS/EHP.
The quake has reportedly caused landslides, toppling adobe houses, killing at least three people and injuring 12 others in the Arequipa region, according to El Comercio.
The reported deaths and injuries occurred when a copper mine collapsed in the district of Chaparra trapping an unspecified number of miners.
The quake shook buildings in the capital of Lima more than 500km away, said the report.
Peruvian government has not issued any tsunami alerts.
NO destructive tsunami reported.
EQ Location Map
Earthquake Location Map. Source: USGS/EHP
- Event Date and Time: 2013-09-25 16:42:42 UTC
- Epicenter: 55.845°N, 135.970°W
- Depth: 40.0km (24.9mi)
- Nearby Cities
- 50km (31mi) S of Acari, Peru
- 95km (59mi) SE of Minas de Marcona, Peru
- 502km (312mi) SSE of Lima, Peru
Posted in Global Disaster watch, global disasters, global disasters 2013, peru-chile trench, Significant Earthquakes, Significant Event Imagery, significant events, significant geophysical disturbances | Tagged: Arequipa region, copper mine, earthquake, earthquake damage report, LIMA, Nazca Plate, Peru quake, South America Plate, tsunami | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on September 19, 2013
M5.8 Strikes 42km SE of Fukushima Nuke Plant
A strong quake measuring 5.8Mw struck 42km southeast (230º) of the disaster-ridden Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant at a depth of 20km, Japan’s Meteorological Agency (JMA) reported.
Centered at 37.1N, 140.7E, the quake struck at 02:25 JST on September 20, 2013.
Tremors were felt in 17 prefectures across Japan, causing buildings to sway in the capital Tokyo, about 170km away, according to eyewitnesses.
Earthquake Information (Information is based on seismic intensity detected at various sites throughout Japan) – Issued at 02:31 JST – 20 Sep 2013
Event Date and Time: 02:25 JST on 20 Sep 2013
Location: 37.1N, 140.7E
Region Name: Fukushima-ken, Hamadori
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Posted by feww on September 4, 2013
M6.5 quake strikes near Atka, Alaska
Strong quake measuring 6.5Mw struck about 77km (48mi) SSW of Atka, Alaska at 02:32 UTC, Wednesday, September 4, 2013.
The quake was centered at 51.592°N 174.760°W, and struck about 39.9km (24.8mi) deep, USGS/EHP reported.
NO tsunami reported.
Two significant aftershocks followed the mainshock, as of posting.
- 5.5Mw + 78km SSW of Atka, Alaska 2013-09-04 13:16:31 UTC+09:00 D=34.6 km
- 5.2Mw + 80km SW of Atka, Alaska 2013-09-04 14:15:56 UTC+09:00 D=44.8 km
The quake followed similar size shocks that struck Izu Islands, Japan Region and Bella Bella, Canada since late Tuesday.
Pacific Ring of Fire – Earthquake Location Map No. 2, Sept. 4, 2013. at 06:10UTC. Image source: USGS/EHP.
Pacific Ring of Fire – Earthquake Location Map No.1, Sept. 4, 2013 at 01:20UTC. Image source: USGS/EHP.
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Posted by feww on July 24, 2013
Credit Suisse says the cost would be less than US$1 billion
[A billion here, 10 billion there, and pretty soon...]
“Sunday’s magnitude 6.5 earthquake, centered in Cook Strait, released energy equivalent to 100 nuclear bombs of the size which devastated Hiroshima,” said NZ scientists.
[Before FIRE-EARTH using Hiroshima atom bomb as a unit of measuring destructive energy for a visualization of stress energy released by earthquakes no one else had made the comparison. Now everyone and their uncle copy the blog.]
Credit Suisse has estimated the cost of Sunday night’s quake in Cook Strait to be below US$1 billion ($1.3 billion), according to the Insurance Council of New Zealand.
[NZ may well prove to be the straw that broke the camel's bank!]
The dealing room in BNZ’s Harbour Quay building following Sunday’s M6.5 quake. The building will remain closed until further notice. Image: BNZ via Stuff New Zealand.
“Damage in Wellington has been limited largely to burst pipes, some internal damage to buildings and superficial structural damage. Cordons were still up in Featherston St today because of the dangers of loose masonry and glass.
“The Marlborough town of Seddon was also affected by the quake, with cracks opening up in a dam built on Starborough Creek which flows through the township about 15km away. The dam held 250,000 tonnes of water, being slowly released under an emergency action plan, and was not considered a threat to people living below.
“Out of the 2500 buildings in Wellington’s CBD, much of the area on reclaimed land, 35 were found to have external damage,” said the report.
NZ Quake Links:
On June 13, 2011, in reply to a comment posted on the blog, FIRE-EARTH said:
As if by a massive irony, your most populated cities are situated right above geological nightmares–a fact that your government scientists don’t know, or won’t tell you.
On March 4, 2011, in reply to a comment posted on the blog, FIRE-EARTH said:
Our advice to YOU and all intelligent people in Wellington area
1. There’s a frighteningly large buildup of tectonic stress energy right under your feet.
2. RUN while you’re still alive, before the next exodus bottleneck makes it impossible to flee the danger zone.
For additional FIRE-EARTH comments on NZ seismic hazards, see also
To New Zealand PM and his censorship psychos:
We haven’t started laughing yet, but it’s getting increasingly more difficult to hold back the giggles.
Posted in global disasters, global disasters 2013, global earthquakes, Significant Earthquakes, Significant Event Imagery, significant events, significant geophysical disturbances | Tagged: A billion here, BNZ, Cook Strait, Cook Strait quake, Credit Suisse, New zealand earthquake, New Zealand PM, NZ Earthquake 2013, Seddon, Seddon earthquake damage, SIS, Starborough Creek, tectonic stress, Wellington earthquake damage | 1 Comment »
Posted by feww on July 22, 2013
Headline News July 22, 2013
At least 75 killed, 400 injured in NW China earthquakes
Magnitude 6.6 quake struck NW China’s Gansu Province killing at least 75 people and leaving more than 400 others injured, most of them seriously.
At least 30,000 homes have been damaged and as many as 2,000 have collapsed after the earthquakes.
The mainshock, which was reported as a magnitude 5.9 event by USGS/EHP, was followed by at least one significant aftershock measuring 5.6Mw, as of posting.
- Time: 2013-07-22 08:45:56 [UTC+09:00]
- Location: 34.499°N, 104.243°E [USGS]
- Depth: 9.8km[USGS], 20km [Official China sources]
Original caption: Photo taken on July 22, 2013 shows a damaged house in quake-hit Majiagou Village of Minxian County, northwest China’s Gansu Province. Fifty-four deaths have so far been confirmed in the 6.6-magnitude earthquake which jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. (Xinhua/Tu Guoxi)
Original caption: Photo taken with a mobile phone shows rescuers work in quake-hit Meichuan Town of Minxian County, northwest China’s Gansu Province, July 22, 2013. A 6.6-magnitude earthquake jolted a juncture region of Minxian County and Zhangxian County in Dingxi City Monday morning. (Xinhua). More images …
Deadly Earthquakes in China
- Apr 2013 – M6.6 earthquake in Sichuan province killed at least 160
- Sept 2012 – M5.6 earthquake in Yunnan and Guizhou provinces killed at least 80
- Mar 2011 – M5.4 earthquake in Yunnan province killed at least 22
- Apr 2010 – M6.9 earthquake in Qinghai province killed more than 1,100
- May 2008 – M7.9 earthquake in Sichuan province killed at least 86,000
See blog content for details.
UPDATED Monday July 22, 2013 @ 11:45UTC
July 22, 2013 – SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN –
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Posted by feww on May 24, 2013
Magnitude 8.2 Mega Quake Hits Sea of Okhotsk as Forecast
The quake, centered at 54.870°N, 153.334°E, some 360km WSW of Esso, Russia, struck at a depth of about 600km.
On March 1, 2013 in Significant Earthquakes Strike off Kuril Islands, Eastern Russia FIRE-EARTH said:
FIRE-EARTH models suggest a Mega Quake could strike the region in the next few weeks with a probability of about 70 percent.
- Event Time: 2013-05-24 05:44 UTC [2013-05-24 15:44:49 UTC+10:00 at epicenter]
- Location: 54.870°N 153.334°E
- Depth: 601.8km (373.9mi)
- 359km (223mi) WSW of Esso, Russia
- 379km (235mi) WNW of Yelizovo, Russia
- 396km (246mi) NW of Vilyuchinsk, Russia
- 403km (250mi) WNW of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
- 2375km (1476mi) NNE of Tokyo, Japan
- NO major tsunami expected.
Earthquake details and map sourced from USGS/EHP.
FIRE-EARTH Forecast for the Next Mega Quake
FIRE-EARTH will NOT release details of its forecast for the next Mega Quake as a continued protest to the ongoing censorship, hacking and theft of the intellectual property that are posted on this blog.
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Posted by feww on May 24, 2013
M5.7 quake strikes near Canyondam, California at a depth of about 10 km. The shallow quake was centered at 40.190°N, 121.061°W, USGS/EHP reported.
The quake was followed by at least two dozen aftershocks measuring 2.5 – 3.6 magnitude, as of posting.
The event was felt in downtown Sacramento, some 145 miles south of the epicenter, according to locals.
[Canyondam, a census-designated place (CDP) in Plumas County, California, is located near the dam that forms Lake Almanor.]
- Event Time: 2013-05-24 03:47 UTC [2013-05-23 20:47 UTC-07:00 at epicenter]
- Location: 40.190°N 121.061°W
- Depth: 11.0km (6.8mi)
- 11km (7mi) WNW of Greenville, California
- 43km (27mi) SW of Susanville
- 60km (37mi) NE of Magalia
- 67km (42mi) NE of Paradise
- 159km (99mi) NW of Carson City, Nevada
Posted in Global Disaster watch, global disasters, global disasters 2013, Significant Earthquakes, Significant Event Imagery, significant events, significant geophysical disturbances | Tagged: California earthquake, Council of Australian Governments Reform Council, earthquake, Lake Almanor, US earthquakes 2013 | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 21, 2013
UPDATE [April 21, 2013 @ 07:00UTC] : More than 200 dead or missing up to 12,000 injured.
China Quake official death toll climbs to 179, many thousands injured
Search and recovery teams continued to dig bodies out of rubble Sunday as the official death toll from Saturday’s devastating earthquake climbed to 179 with as many as 7,000 people injured and tens of thousands of people made homeless in SW China’s Sichuan Province.
- “In Baoxing, a county isolated by the 7.0-magnitude quake, 26 people were confirmed dead and about 2,500 were injured, county head Ma Jun told Xinhua.
- “He said the quake damaged almost every home in Baoxing, with a population of 58,000, including newly-built homes after the devastating quake of 2008.”
- The Longmen township located close to the quake epicenter has been almost entirely leveled.
- Most of the deaths were concentrated in Lushan; however, more than 90 survivors were pulled out of rubble in the county.
Rescuers head for Baosheng Township in the quake-hit Lushan County, Ya’an City, southwest China’s Sichuan Province, April 20, 2013. Roads connected to townships like Baosheng and Taiping in Lushan were damaged or blocked by landslides due to a 7.0-magnitude earthquake which occurred on Saturday.(Xinhua/Jiang Hongjing). More images…
Other Global Disasters/ Significant Events
US Flood Update
“The recent torrent of rainfall in the Midwest has sent river levels rising across the region. Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Indiana and Michigan have been hardest hit states. Some river levels will approach and even break records. Numerous flood warnings are in effect [across parts of at least 16 states.]” —NWS
- Thousands of homes have been flooded in the Midwest.
- More than 2,000 people have been evacuated from Illinois towns of Marseilles and London Mills.
- The raging Des Plaines River has inundated the town of Forest View, flooding 90 percent of the community and prompting a massive evacuation of at least 700 people [families?]
- Plaza Towers hotel and apartments in Grand Rapids has been evacuated due to flooding of the Grand River.
- A mandatory flood evacuation order has been issued for the residents of Spring Bay and portions of Creve Coeur, Illinois.
April 2013 Record River Crests
Preliminary record crests for rivers that have crested in northern Illinois. Source: NWS, Chicago
Latest Disaster and Emergency Declarations
- Iowa Gov. Bransted has issued a disaster declaration for five eastern counties: Cedar, Johnson, Mahaska, Scott and Washington.
- Illinois Gov. Quinn has declared 38 counties disaster areas.
- “Illinois has seen an incredible level of devastation and reports indicate that conditions will get worse in the coming days. ” Quinn said.
- Governor Nixon has declared a state of emergency in response to heavy rain and flash flooding in much of the state
SoCal fire forces mass evacuation in Monrovia
“Residents of about 200 homes in Monrovia have been forced to evacuate after a brush fire erupted in the San Gabriel Mountain foothills east of Los Angeles,” said a report.
The blaze has scorched more than 170 acres and was 10 percent contained, as of posting.
Posted in Global Disaster watch, global disasters, global disasters 2013, Significant Earthquakes, Significant Event Imagery, significant events | Tagged: CA fire, China, China quake, earthquake, Flood warning, global earthquakes 2013, Monrovia fire, Sichuan Earthquake, Sichuan Earthquake 2013, US flood | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on April 12, 2012
M6.9 Earthquake Rattles Gulf of California
The quake followed a strong foreshock measuring 6.2Mw which occurred 9 minuets earlier.
Earthquake Location Map. Source: USGS/EHP. Map enhanced by FIRE-EARTH
- Magnitude: 6.9
- Date-Time: Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 07:15:48 UTC
- Location: 28.790°N, 113.142°W
- Depth: 10.3 km (6.4 miles)
- 133 km (82 miles) NE of Guerrero Negro, Baja Calif. Sur, Mexico
- 179 km (111 miles) NNW of Santa Rosalia, Baja Calif. Sur, Mexico
- 215 km (133 miles) W of Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico
- 526 km (326 miles) SSW of PHOENIX, Arizona
- Location Uncertaint: horizontal +/- 18.1 km (11.2 miles); depth +/- 4.1 km (2.5 miles)
- Source: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
Other Significant Quakes
- Magnitude 6.5, MICHOACAN, Mexico; Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 22:55:10 UTC; 18.272°N, 102.732°W; depth of 20 km (12.4 miles); USGS NEIC.
- Magnitude 5.9, OFF THE COAST OF OREGON; Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 22:41:47 UTC; 43.593°N, 127.557°W; 271 km (168 miles) W of Coos Bay, Oregon; depth of 10.2 km (6.3 miles); USGS NEIC.
Global Disasters: Links, Forecasts and Background
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Posted by feww on February 13, 2011
Large Earthquake May Strike Offshore Chile: FIRE-EARTH
FEWW Moderators believe a large earthquake measuring about 8.2Mw could strike offshore Chile close to the location of the ongoing seismic activity. [Probability ≈ 0.6]
An intense wave of activity which struck offshore Bio-Bio region, Chile on February 12 has so far produced at least a half dozen significant shocks including the following two events which occurred today, according to USGS/EHP.
- Magnitude 6.0 on February 13 at 10:35:06 UTC
- Magnitude 5.8 on February 13 at 08:51:33 UTC
Posted in Chile Earthquake forecast, earthquake, earthquake 2011, feww earthquake forecast, Significant Earthquakes | Tagged: 2011 chile earthquakes, 2011 earthquakes, Bio-Bio region quake, chile earthquake, Concepcion quake | 3 Comments »
Posted by feww on February 12, 2011
6.9Mw Shock Hits Offshore Bio-Bio, Chile
EQ Location Map. Source: USGS. Map enhanced by FIRE-EARTH
- Region: Near Coast of Central Chile
- Time: 2011-02-11 20:05:31.9 UTC
- Magnitude: 6.9
- Epicenter: 73.07°W 36.39°S
- Depth: 28 km
- Status: Revised by a seismologist
- Source: GFZ Potsdam – Earthquake Bulletin
- Other Shocks: 5 (with the two largest measuring Mag 5.9 and 6.1Mw)
- 45 km (30 miles) N of Concepcion, Bio-Bio, Chile
- 80 km (50 miles) SW of Cauquenes, Maule, Chile
- 85 km (55 miles) WNW of Chillan, Bio-Bio, Chile
- 395 km (245 miles) SSW of SANTIAGO, Region Metropolitana, Chile
- NO Warning, Watch or Advisory issued by PTWC or WCATWC
Posted in 2011 chile earthquakes, 2011 earthquakes, chile earthquake, earthquake, Earthquake news, Significant Earthquakes | Tagged: Bio-Bio earthquake, bio-bio quake, Concepcion quake | Leave a Comment »
Posted by feww on December 18, 2008
Earthquake Forecast 2009 – country in focus: Japan
2009 Earthquake Forecast by FEWW / CASF – Release Date: December 18, 2008. [All data are subject to updates and changes.]
Historic Japan earthquakes: 2008 [as of December 18, 2008]
[Earthquakes of magnitude 6.5 or greater or ones that caused fatalities, injuries or substantial damage. Source: Data Compiled by Pamela J. Benfield and NEIC Operations Staff.]
Historic japan earthquake: 2007
Earthquake Density Map of Japan [USGS]
Seismic Hazard Map of Japan
Notable Earthquakes in Japan [USGS]
- 1891 10 27 – Mino-Owari, Japan – M 8.0 Fatalities 7,273
- 1896 06 15 – Sanriku, Japan – M 8.5 Fatalities 27,000
- 1923 09 01 – Kanto (Kwanto), Japan – M 7.9 Fatalities 143,000
- 1927 03 07 – Tango, Japan – M 7.6 Fatalities 3,020
- 1933 03 02 – Sanriku, Japan – M 8.4 Fatalities 2,990
- 1943 09 10 – Tottori, Japan – M 7.4 Fatalities 1,190
- 1944 12 07 – Tonankai, Japan – M 8.1 Fatalities 998
- 1945 01 12 – Mikawa, Japan – M 7.1 Fatalities 1,961
- 1946 12 20 – Nankaido, Japan – M 8.1 Fatalities 1,330
- 1948 06 28 – Fukui, Japan – M 7.3 Fatalities 3,769
- 1964 06 16 – Niigata, Japan – M 7.5 Fatalities 26
- 1995 01 16 – Kobe, Japan – M 6.9 Fatalities 5,502
- 2000 10 06 – Western Honshu, Japan – M 6.7
- 2003 05 26 – Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 7.0
- 2003 09 25 – Hokkaido, Japan Region – M 8.3
- 2003 10 08 – Hokkaido, Japan Region – M 6.7
- 2003 10 31 – Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 7.0
- 2004 05 29 – Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.5
- 2004 09 05 – Near the South Coast of Western Honshu, Japan – M 7.2
- 2004 09 05 – Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 7.4
- 2004 09 06 – Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.6
- 2004 10 23 – Near the West Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.6 Fatalities 40
- 2004 11 28 – Hokkaido, Japan Region – M 7.0
- 2004 12 06 – Hokkaido, Japan Region – M 6.8
- 2005 03 20 – Kyushu, Japan – M 6.6 Fatalities 1
- 2005 07 23 – Near the South Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 5.9
- 2005 08 16 – Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 7.2
- 2005 10 19 – Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.3
- 2005 11 14 – Off the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 7.0
- 2005 12 02 – Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.5
- 2006 06 11 – Kyushu, Japan – M 6.3
- 2007 03 25 – Near the West Coast of Honshu,Japan – M 6.7 Fatalities 1
- 2007 07 16 – Near the west coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.6 Fatalities 9
- 2008 05 07 – Near the East Coast of Honshu, Japan – M 6.8
- 2008 06 13 – Eastern Honshu, Japan – M 6.9 Fatalities 13
- 2008 07 23 – Eastern Honshu, Japan – M 6.8 Fatalities 1
- 2008 09 11 – Hokkaido, Japan region – M 6.8
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