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Arabian Subcontinent Earthquake Forecast 2009

Posted by feww on May 22, 2009

Earthquakes with regional median magnitude 5.6 Mw could strike Arabian Peninsula in 2009

Sporadic clusters of earthquakes measuring median magnitude 5.6 could strike Saudi Arabia and UAE  anytime lasting into the Fall 2009.

FEWW believes the following areas may be affected:

1. Mina Jabal Ali (UAE)

2. Abu Dhabi (UAE)

3. Ad Dawhah (Qatar, UAE)

4. Al-Ahsa Oasis (Al-Bahrayn, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia)

5. Greater Riyadh Area (The Saudi capital and surrounding suburbs)

6. Buraydah area (Al-Qassim Province, Saudi Arabia)

Forecast Seismicity for Arabian Peninsula, 2009

Zone a and b
Zones (a) and (b). UAE, and area south of Saudi Arabian border with Qatar. Median magnitude of earthquakes for the 2009 period: 5.4 Mw. Largest quake forecast: Magnitude 5.8 Mw.  Map: Google. Image may be subject to copyright.

Zone c
Zone (c). Al-Hofuf and areas to the north and northwest of Al-Ahsa Oasis. Median magnitude of earthquakes for this zone: 5.2 Mw. Largest eartquke: Magnitude 5.6 Mw. Map: Google. Image may be subject to copyright.

Zones d and e
Zone (d). Greater Riyadh Area (the Saudi capital and surrounding suburbs) and Buraydah area (Al-Qassim Province, Saudi Arabia).
Zone (e). Rugged area to the south of capital.

Median magnitude of earthquakes for the two zonesthis year: 5.6 Mw. Largest quake:
Magnitude 5.8 Mw. Map: Google. Image may be subject to copyright.

Zones f-g-h
Forecast Seismicity for Arabian Peninsula, 2009. Zones (f), (g) and (h
). Median magnitude of 2009 earthquakes: 5.6 Mw. Largest earthquake to strike Zone (f): Magnitude 6.2 Mw. Largest earthquake in Zone (h): Magnitude 6.4 Mw. Map: Google. Image may be subject to copyright.

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2 Responses to “Arabian Subcontinent Earthquake Forecast 2009”

  1. Marsram said

    Hopefully the amazing buildings they built are capable of withstanding a 5.8. I believe they can.

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