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Significant Quakes Strike NM, Japan Region, Visokoi Island

Posted by feww on June 29, 2014


M5.2 Quakes Strikes 50km NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico

Centered at 32.607°N, 109.151°W, the quake occurred at a depth of about 5.0km (3.1mi).

EQ Details

Magnitude: 5.2Mw
Event Time: 2014-06-29 04:59:33 UTC
Location: 32.607°N 109.151°W depth=5.0km (3.1mi)
Nearby Cities:

  • 50km (31mi) NW of Lordsburg, New Mexico
  • 83km (52mi) WSW of Silver City, New Mexico
  • 136km (85mi) WNW of Deming, New Mexico
  • 144km (89mi) NNE of Douglas, Arizona
  • 288km (179mi) ESE of Phoenix, Arizona

[Source: USGS/EHP]

M6.9 EQ Strikes 154km NNW of Visokoi Island

The mainshock was followed by a cluster of aftershocks, including at least 6 events measuring magnitudes 5.6 to 4.8, as of posting.

Capped by ice-covered Mount Hodson, a stratovolcano, Visokoi Island is an uninhabited island in the Traversay Islands group of the South Sandwich Islands.

Event Time: 2014-06-29 07:52:56 UTC
Location: 55.506°S 28.451°W depth=16.5km (10.2mi)
Nearby Cities

  • 154km (96mi) NNW of Visokoi Island

M6.2 Event Occurs  134km ESE of Iwo Jima, Japan

Event Time: 2014-06-29 05:56:31 UTC
Location: 24.401°N 142.591°E depth=43.2km (26.8mi)
Nearby Cities:

  • 134km (83mi) ESE of Iwo Jima, Japan


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Santa María Volcano Continues to Erupt

Posted by feww on May 11, 2014


Mass evacuations ordered as  Santa María continues to erupt

Santa María volcano (volcán Santiaguito) is a large active volcano located in the Western Highlands of Guatemala, near he city of Quetzaltenango. The volcano has been eruting since May 9, 2014, forcing the authorities to evacuate hundreds of people.

Lahar races down a river valley near El Palmar

lahar from Santiaguito
Original caption: Image provided by Guatemala’s Prensa Libre Newspaper on May 9, 2014 shows a man watching the volcanic material descending at El Palmar municipalty of Quetzaltenango department in Guatemala. The Santiaguito volcano continues its explosive activity with less intensity, according to technicians of Guatemala’s Disaster Reduction National Coordinator, according to local press. (Xinhua/Prensa Libre)

santiaguito volcano
Santa María volcano erupts. Credit Daniel Leclair/ Reuters

Santa María’s eruption in 1902 is recorded as the fourth largest volcanic explosion of the 20th century with a VEI of 6 [‘Colossal’.]

The volcanic ash from the eruption was detected as far away as San Francisco, more than 4,000 km away.

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