Daily Archives: June 19, 2012

6.0 magnitude earthquake shakes Alaska Aleutian Islands

June 19, 2012 – Alaska – A 6.0 magnitude earthquake erupted along the volcanically-active region of the Aleutian Islands. The earthquake had a depth of 20.9 km (13.0 miles). No tsunami threats were issued for today’s earthquake. The earthquake came … Continue reading

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5.1 magnitude earthquake strikes off the coast of Oregon

June 19, 2012 – OREGON – A shallow 5.1 magnitude earthquake rattled the ocean floor off the coast of Oregon. The depth of the earthquake was 13.5 km (8.4 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was approximately 239 km (148 … Continue reading

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Largest earthquake in 109 years rattles Victoria Australia

June 19, 2012 – AUSTRALIA – A magnitude-5.3 earthquake has shaken a large area of Victoria this evening. It hit about 9:00pm (AEST), with the epicenter near Moe in west Gippsland, about 120 kilometers south-east of Melbourne. Geoscience Australia says … Continue reading

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Dangerous rip currents claim lives at Florida beaches

June 19, 2012 – FLORIDA – An outbreak of rip currents at beaches in Florida has claimed several lives and endangered dozens more in recent days, prompting the National Weather Service to extend its public warnings to beachgoers. Over this … Continue reading

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