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Strong Earthquake Rattles Planet of the Abes

Posted by feww on May 13, 2015

M 6.8 quake strikes SE of Ofunato, Japan

Centered at 38.902°N, 142.032°E the quake struck at a depth of 38.9 km (24.1 mi), USGS/EHP reported.

This quake did NOT generate a pacific-wide destructive tsunami. No significant aftershock reported, as of posting.

EQ Details

  • Magnitude: 6.8Mw [Magnitude as reported by the local weather agency, JMA: 6.6Mw]
  • Location: 38.902°N 142.032°E
  • Depth: 38.9 kmime: 2015-05-12 21:12:58 UTC
  • Nearby Cities
    • 33km (21mi) SE of Ofunato, Japan
    • 42km (26mi) SSE of Kamaishi, Japan
    • 52km (32mi) SSE of Otsuchi, Japan
    • 63km (39mi) SE of Tono, Japan
    • 412km (256mi) NNE of Tokyo, Japan

The quake registered  up to ‘Upper 5′ on Japan’s seismicity scale of 1 to 7, and ‘Lower 5’ near Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant.

FIRE-EARTH Earthquake Forecasts for California and Japan

FIRE-EARTH Science Team has suspended its research on California seismicity to protest Internet censorship, Google’s manipulation of information, theft of FIRE-EARTH intellectual property and other reasons, as stated earlier on the blog.

The Team has suspended its research also on Japan seismicity due to the resurgence of militarism in that country and other reasons that have also been stated previously.

Recent Significant EQs in Japan Region

One Response to “Strong Earthquake Rattles Planet of the Abes”

  1. Reblogged this on oshriradhekrishnabole.

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