Daily Archives: March 20, 2011

India: 500 tremors leave Nanded residents in the grip of fear

March 20, 2011 – INDIA – Taking the rising scale of the tremors and the subsequent fear in the people of Nanded into account, the state government has appointed a committee of the geology experts from three renowned institutions to … Continue reading

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New Zealand’s South Island shaken by three quakes

March 20, 2011 – CHRISTCHURCH, NZ – Three aftershocks, one a strong 5.1 magnitude, have rattled earthquake-weary residents of Christchurch. Christchurch was ravaged by a 6.3 earthquake on February 22 that killed more than 150 people and has experienced many … Continue reading

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Tectonic plate stress under the shadow of a lunar perigee

These recent cluster eruption of quakes are indications tectonic plate agitation is intensifying once again and that the mechanics are increasing for another sizeable quake. The volcanic arcs activity is seen with seismic quakes in Kermadec and Tonga.  5.0   2011/03/20 15:51:24    36.424    143.383  32.8   … Continue reading

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6.0 earthquake strikes Babuyan Islands region of the Philippines

A 6.0 (5.9 downgraded) earthquake struck the Babuyan Islands of the Philippines at a depth of about 36.6 kilometers. The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7100 islands. Most of these islands are of volcanic origin. There are 37 … Continue reading

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Seismic anomalies register under Antarctica

    Anomaly: The telemetry seismic data on these two seismographs both from the Antarctica Scott Base stations (24 hours apart) shows an escalation of seismic tremors under the frozen continent. This appears to be unrelated to the current tension perturbing the … Continue reading

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Philippines tectonic quake reflects seismic tension on Japan

March 20, 2011 – MANILA/ Aurora Philippines:  The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded a 4.5 magnitude earthquake that hit the vicinity of Mati, Davao Oriental yesterday morning. Phivolcs reported that the tremor happened yesterday at around 8:36 … Continue reading

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Odds increasing for another large quake off the coast of Japan?

We believe we may be on the verge of seeing another degree of intensity in the Japanese aftershocks occurring off the east coast of Honshu, Japan. The depth of the quakes and tremors is increasing which could indicate more subduction pressures along … Continue reading

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