Daily Archives: April 5, 2011

Second major earthquake strikes Indonesia in 2 days

A 6.0 earthquake has struck Kepulauan Talud, Indonesia at the fairly shallow depth of 17 km. The quake is the latest in an on-going series of seismic disturbances plaguing the Indonesian region. Cautionary tsunami watches have been issued. The quake, … Continue reading

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Tremors, landslides and volcanic eruptions rattle Sicily

April 5, 2011 – PALERMO, Italy – There has been a concerted series of explosions and landslides on Stromboli. Over the last 24 hours, monitors at the Vesuvian Observatory have picked up fifteen seismic signals associated with mild landslide events, … Continue reading

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Millions of bristle worms swarm waters in Vilano Beach, Florida

April 5, 2011 – ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — A little after midnight, St. Augustine police discovered thousands of bristleworms swimming in Vilano Beach. Cpl. Brandon Embrey, of St. Augustine Police was one of the first to find these creepy crawlers, … Continue reading

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Seismic swarm patterns along Caribbean and Pacific plates

  Above an Earthquake swarm seen in Puerto Rico similar to the pattern detected before the January 7.0 quake struck Haiti in 2010 and below a diffusion pattern of quakes along the coastal ridge and plate near the eastern shore … Continue reading

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Growing unrest detected at New Zealand’s Mount Ruapehu’s volcano

April 5, 2011 – NEW ZEALAND – Mount Ruapehu’s Crater Lake is heating up, but there are no signs an eruption is imminent. GNS Science volcanologists said today high water temperatures, currently about 38 to 39 degrees Celsius, were being … Continue reading

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Scientists set to explore underwater volcanoes in Kermadec Arc

April 5, 2011 – KERMADEC – Five major submarine volcanoes in the Kermadec Arc, northeast of the Bay of Plenty, will be probed for mineral deposits and hydrothermal activity by a New Zealand-led group of international scientists. Scientists from the … Continue reading

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