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Earthquakes Leave Hundreds Dead or Injured in Iran

Posted by feww on August 11, 2012

Disaster Calendar – 11 August 2012


[August 11, 2012] Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.  SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,313 Days Left to the ‘Worst Day’ in Human History…

Two strong quakes struck NW Iran, killing about 200, injuring 1,500

The quakes struck near the city of Tabriz (pop: ~1.5 million), capital of East Azerbaijan province and the country’s fourth most populated city, destroying or damaging about 70 outlying villages.

  • First quake measuring 6.4Mw struck 20 km (12 miles) WSW of Ahar, and 60 km (37 miles) ENE of Tabriz, Iran.
  • Second quake measuring 6.3Mw struck 32 km (19 miles) WSW of Ahar, and 48 km (29 miles) ENE of Tabriz, according to USGS.
  • Both quakes struck at depths of less than 10km.
  • The second quake struck about 12 minutes after the first at 12:34UTC, August 11, 2012.
  • The death toll is expected to rise, as many people are still trapped in the rubble, officials told reporters.
  • The quakes have left at least 20,000 people homeless,
  • At least a dozen aftershock have struck near the epicenter at Armenia-Azerbaijan-Iran border region, as of posting.

EQ Location Map. Source: USGS/EHP

Shakemap NW Iran – USGS

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Kamchatka Volcanoes The Fat Lady?

Posted by feww on December 24, 2010

Kamchatka Volcanoes May Be Instrumental to the ‘Epilogue’

Activity at Kamchatka Volcanoes Could Increase Dramatically in the Period Leading to Collapse

There are about 165 volcanoes on Kamchatka Peninsula, 29 of which are still active. About 120 of the volcanoes are believed to have erupted during the Holocene Epoch (approximately 12,000 years ago to present time).

Klyuchevskaya, the highest and most active volcano on Kamchatka peninsula, ejects a thin plume of steam and ash on December 23, 2010, when this false-color image was taken by the ASTER instrument on NASA’s Terra satellite. Source: NASA-EO

ISS astronaut photograph of volcanoes on Kamchatka Peninsula (
ISS025-E-17440) was acquired on November 19, 2010. Source: NASA-EO

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