Magma plume: 4.7 magnitude earthquake strikes under Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano

January 24, 2012HAWAII No damage was reported in the aftermath of a 4.7 -magnitude earthquake and several aftershocks that rattled Hawaii’s Big Island, officials said. The U.S. Geological Survey said the earthquake struck at 4:36 p.m. Sunday, 5 miles beneath Kilauea volcano. The epicenter was 26 miles south of Hilo and 222 miles southeast of Honolulu. About 20 small aftershocks were recorded, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported. The largest aftershock was a 3.1 magnitude. The Holei Pali area of Kilauea’s south flank has had 16 earthquakes of 4.5-magnitude or greater in the past 50 years, Hawaiian Volcano Observatory spokeswoman Janet Babb said. –Disaster News
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8 Responses to Magma plume: 4.7 magnitude earthquake strikes under Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano

  1. Dennis E. says:

    I think that the US Naval Forces located at Pearl Harbor will have to relocate. Better now than
    by a disaster.

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  2. Gen says:

    Another quake in Tasmania Australia

    2.8 24 January 2012 @ 18:34:17 UTC -42.057 145.547 0 depth
    Australia Near Queenstown, Tasmania Yes significant

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  3. AAG says:

    I check on earthquake activity everyday, have been since 2010. I probably should of been logging what it says, but regardless, these past few days, especially today the 24th of Jan. 2012, it seems like a lot of activity on the ring of fire. Could be paranoid but I call it awake. lol. 3.8 in Northern California today, not far from sacramento. Thanks for everything.

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  4. Lance says:

    The total electron count in the area where the Hawaiian Islands are has been very very high. Magnetic field is indeed weak in this area of the world.

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  5. luisport says:

    Report of ash explosions or ash plumes

    VONA/KVERT-Project: Karymsky (1000-13) 20120123/2231Z

    Issued: 20120123/2231Z
    Volcano: Karymsky (1000-13)
    Aviation Color Code: Orange
    Source: KVERT
    Notice number: 2012/4
    Volcano Location: 54.049N 159.443E
    Area: Kamchatka, Russia
    Summit Elevation (meters/feet): 1486 m/4875 ft
    Height of ash plume (feet/km) ASL and how determined: 0 ft/ km – unknown
    Distance of ash plume from the volcano (mi/km): 43.51 mi/70 km
    Direction of ash plume or ash cloud drift from the volcano: North-West
    Start time of explosion and how determined: /Z – unknown
    Time and method of observation: 20120123/2231Z – NOAA 16 (4m5)
    Duration of eruption (or indicate eruption is continuing): eruption is continuing

    Remarks:
    Narrow gas-steam plume
    Next Notice: A new VONA will be issued if conditions change significantly.

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  6. Audrey says:

    Earthquake in Donegal Ireland :0 2.2

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