6.8 magnitude earthquake rattles ocean floor of Scotia Sea

Scotia Sea
November 16, 2013 SOUTH AMERICA A strong 6.8 magnitude undersea earthquake struck in a remote area known as Scotia Sea, between the furthest tip of South America and Antarctica, U.S. monitors said late Friday. There is a low likelihood that the quake, which struck at 0334 GMT Saturday, will cause casualties or damage because of its remote location, said the U.S. Geological Survey, which monitors earthquakes worldwide. –The News
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3 Responses to 6.8 magnitude earthquake rattles ocean floor of Scotia Sea

  1. Leo says:

    7.8 now in the same area. Wow.

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  2. nickk0 says:

    Hey Alvin (and readers),
    You will find this interesting:
    http://www.nbcnews.com/science/volcano-under-antarctic-ice-may-erupt-accelerate-melting-2D11603371?lite&lite=obnetwork
    The article mentions a ‘chain of volcanoes’ hidden under the ice. Fascinating.

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