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  • MAG UTC DATE-TIME
    y/m/d h:m:s LAT
    deg LON
    deg DEPTH
    km Region
    MAP 5.6 2010/06/20 10:21:34 -5.895 146.611 64.7 EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
    MAP 3.3 2010/06/20 09:03:20 63.585 -149.776 114.4 CENTRAL ALASKA
    MAP 3.4 2010/06/20 08:53:56 32.177 -115.385 3.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
    MAP 4.8 2010/06/20 08:38:50 -3.932 136.373 10.2 PAPUA, INDONESIA
    MAP 4.9 2010/06/20 08:02:54 -53.156 159.521 9.8 MACQUARIE ISLAND REGION
    MAP 2.6 2010/06/20 07:54:56 32.518 -115.706 0.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
    MAP 4.2 2010/06/20 07:06:53 51.522 -174.044 38.0 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
    MAP 4.5 2010/06/20 03:54:34 -5.508 152.284 54.5 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
    MAP 4.5 2010/06/20 02:10:36 7.877 92.090 37.7 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION
    MAP 3.4 2010/06/20 01:20:44 61.054 -152.887 161.3 SOUTHERN ALASKA
    MAP

    http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquak...quakes_all.php

    THE EARTH AVERAGES 80,000 QUAKES EVERY MONTH
    SO WHAT YOU SEE IS NORMAL

    Comment


    • Update time = Tue Jun 22 9:06:47 UTC 2010


      MAG UTC DATE-TIME
      y/m/d h:m:s LAT
      deg LON
      deg DEPTH
      km Region
      MAP 4.6 2010/06/22 08:24:21 -34.665 -71.773 35.2 LIBERTADOR O'HIGGINS, CHILE
      MAP 4.5 2010/06/22 07:24:37 39.597 74.382 46.6 SOUTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA
      MAP 3.1 2010/06/22 07:23:46 36.939 -121.434 6.7 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
      MAP 2.7 2010/06/22 06:28:41 32.102 -115.296 7.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
      MAP 2.6 2010/06/22 05:16:38 32.092 -115.209 7.6 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
      MAP 2.6 2010/06/22 03:51:25 39.266 -122.754 8.2 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
      MAP 4.6 2010/06/22 03:21:52 42.080 82.702 42.1 NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA

      Comment


      • Update time = Thu Jun 24 9:05:06 UTC 2010


        MAG UTC DATE-TIME
        y/m/d h:m:s LAT
        deg LON
        deg DEPTH
        km Region
        MAP 2.5 2010/06/24 07:57:12 32.132 -115.346 19.8 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
        MAP 2.6 2010/06/24 06:12:14 18.000 -68.272 39.5 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
        MAP 6.1 2010/06/24 05:32:28 -5.531 151.157 42.0 NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
        MAP 4.3 2010/06/24 04:15:42 51.768 -171.602 35.0 FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
        MAP 5.4 2010/06/24 04:08:37 7.668 91.956 35.0 NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION

        Comment


        • Update time = Sat Jun 26 9:27:59 UTC 2010


          MAG UTC DATE-TIME
          y/m/d h:m:s LAT
          deg LON
          deg DEPTH
          km Region
          MAP 5.1 2010/06/26 08:56:22 -33.239 -177.022 59.6 SOUTH OF THE KERMADEC ISLANDS
          MAP 6.7 2010/06/26 05:30:20 -10.636 161.443 35.0 SOLOMON ISLANDS
          MAP 2.5 2010/06/26 02:49:38 32.208 -115.361 20.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
          MAP 2.5 2010/06/26 02:35:00 64.531 -151.667 0.0 CENTRAL ALASKA
          MAP 2.9 2010/06/26 02:28:18 32.159 -115.306 32.9 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
          MAP 2.9 2010/06/26 01:36:50 36.842 -121.582 6.2 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
          MAP 4.9 2010/06/26 01:18:08 0.512 98.585 57.5 NIAS REGION, INDONESIA
          MAP 5.1 2010/06/26 00:18:37 26.232 129.331 45.2 RYUKYU ISLANDS, JAPAN
          MAP 2.6 2010/06/26 00:07:53 44.224 -110.751 0.6 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING
          http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquak...quakes_all.php

          Comment


          • 6.3 quake south of the Fiji Islands

            MAP 6.3 2010/06/30 04:30:59 -23.200 179.165 536.3 SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS



            10-degree Map Centered at 25°S,180°E





            Earthquake Details


            Magnitude
            6.3


            Date-TimeLocation
            23.200°S, 179.165°E

            Depth
            536.3 km (333.3 miles)

            Region
            SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS

            Distances360 km (220 miles) SW of Ndoi Island, Fiji

            500 km (310 miles) ESE of Ceva-i-Ra, Fiji
            565 km (350 miles) S of SUVA, Viti Levu, Fiji
            1575 km (980 miles) NNE of Auckland, New Zealand

            Location Uncertainty
            horizontal +/- 8.2 km (5.1 miles); depth +/- 14.2 km (8.8 miles)

            Parameters
            NST=151, Nph=151, Dmin=615.6 km, Rmss=0.84 sec, Gp= 65°,

            M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=6


            Source
            • USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
            Event ID
            us2010ydan

            Comment


            • 6.5 quake in Oaxaca Mexico

              This is the second 6.0+ quake in different locations and only 3 hours apart. This could be an interesting day.


              MAP 6.5 2010/06/30 07:22:27 16.530 -97.708 10.0 OAXACA, MEXICO





              10-degree Map Centered at 15°N,100°W










              Earthquake Details


              Magnitude
              6.5





              Date-TimeLocation
              16.530°N, 97.708°W

              Depth
              10 km (6.2 miles) set by location program

              Region
              OAXACA, MEXICO

              Distances
              120 km (75 miles) WSW of Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico

              145 km (90 miles) S of Huajuapan de Leon, Oaxaca, Mexico
              160 km (100 miles) NW of Puerto Angel, Oaxaca, Mexico
              355 km (220 miles) SSE of MEXICO CITY, D.F., Mexico

              Location Uncertainty
              horizontal +/- 7.6 km (4.7 miles); depth fixed by location program

              Parameters
              NST=150, Nph=150, Dmin=>999 km, Rmss=0.71 sec, Gp=155°,

              M-type=teleseismic moment magnitude (Mw), Version=6




              Source
              • USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
              Event ID

              us2010yday

              Comment


              • Update time = Wed Jun 30 9:06:58 UTC 2010


                MAG UTC DATE-TIME
                y/m/d h:m:s LAT
                deg LON
                deg DEPTH
                km Region
                MAP 2.6 2010/06/30 08:47:35 19.302 -155.221 9.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
                MAP 4.8 2010/06/30 08:31:46 32.302 104.937 39.0 SICHUAN-GANSU BORDER REGION, CHINA
                MAP 2.7 2010/06/30 08:22:24 32.609 -115.781 9.7 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                MAP 2.6 2010/06/30 08:20:39 32.659 -115.920 8.0 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                MAP 3.6 2010/06/30 08:03:03 32.657 -115.919 8.3 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                MAP 6.2 2010/06/30 07:22:29 16.527 -97.760 20.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
                MAP 3.3 2010/06/30 06:26:03 62.529 -142.870 34.8 CENTRAL ALASKA
                MAP 6.3 2010/06/30 04:30:59 -23.200 179.165 536.3 SOUTH OF THE FIJI ISLANDS
                MAP 2.7 2010/06/30 04:22:01 32.119 -115.315 13.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                MAP 5.0 2010/06/30 03:02:05 46.582 -27.551 10.0 NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE


                all is normal

                Comment


                • http://www.foxnews.com/world/2010/06...trikes-mexico/

                  6.5 Magnitude Quake Hits Southern Mexico


                  MEXICO CITY -- A strong 6.5-magnitude earthquake rattled the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca Wednesday, and was felt at least as far away as Mexico City.
                  The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was centered in a sparsely populated, mountainous area of Oaxaca near the southern Pacific coast.
                  Gilberto Lopez of the Oaxaca state civil defense department said his office is still assessing the situation and did not yet know if there were injuries or damage.
                  The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake hit at 2.22 a.m. local time (3:22 a.m. EDT). Its center was about 75 miles west-southwest of Oaxaca city, the state capital, and 220 miles south-southeast of Mexico City.
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                  Comment


                  • From Live Science

                    Powerful April Quake Shifted California City 31 Inches
                    Updated: 13 hours 45 minutes ago
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                    Tariq Malik LiveScience
                    (June 29) -- The powerful earthquake that struck Baja California and the southwestern United States in April actually moved an entire California border city, NASA radar images show.

                    Calexico, Calif., near the U.S.-Mexico border, moved as much as 2 1/2 feet (80 cm) south and down into the ground due to the magnitude-7. 2 earthquake on April 4.

                    Called the El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake, the temblor was centered 32 miles (52 km) south-southeast of Calexico and was the strongest quake to strike the region in nearly 120 years. Two people were killed and hundreds more were injured.

                    Shaking and moving

                    It's not the first time a town has moved. The massive 8.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Chile earlier this year moved the city of Concepción at least 10 feet (3 meters) to the west. That quake was the fifth most powerful temblor in recorded history.

                    Another example of how quakes move as well as shake: In the 6.9-magnitude 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, which occurred along the San Andreas Fault in Northern California, the Pacific plate moved 6.2 feet (about 2 m) to the northwest and 4.3 feet (1.3 m) upward over the North American plate.

                    NASA / JPL / USGS / Google
                    A 7.2-magnitude earthquake that struck Baja California and the southwestern U.S. on April 4 moved the Calexico, Calif., region about 31 inches south. Here, NASA shows the displacement in the first-ever radar images of the deformation in Earth's surface caused by an earthquake.
                    Over the long run, earthquakes and shifting fault lines remake the planet. The slip-sliding motion of the San Andreas fault causes San Francisco to move toward Los Angeles at the rate of about 2 inches a year - the same pace at which your fingernails grow. The cities will meet in several million years. (California won't fall into the sea, however.)

                    Powerful earthquakes can also shift the Earth's axis, changing the length of our planet's days. The Chile quake, for example, shortened the length of an Earth day by 1.26 microseconds.

                    View from above

                    NASA discovered Calexico's comparatively short move by making radar sweeps over the quake-affected region in a Gulfstream-III jet outfitted for science flights.

                    The aircraft flew 41,000 feet (12,496 meters) above the fault system responsible for the earthquake and recorded how the quake deformed the Earth's surface using the Uninhabited Aerial Vehicle Synthetic Aperture Radar (UAVSAR) developed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, Calif.

                    "UAVSAR's unprecedented resolution is allowing scientists to see fine details of the Baja earthquake's fault system activated by the main quake and its aftershocks, " said JPL's Scott Hensley, UAVSAR principal investigator at JPL, in a statement. "Such details aren't visible with other sensors." [Radar image of shifted earth]

                    The biggest land shift caused by the April 4 earthquake was also about 10 feet (3 m). But that occurred well south of the Mexican border, beyond the reach of NASA's airborne radar flight campaign. Radar instruments on Japanese and European satellites, however, managed to record those effects, researchers said.

                    NASA has been using the radar system to map the San Andreas fault system in California from San Francisco to the Mexico border since spring 2009. The April 4 quake observations came during a campaign that ran between October 2009 and April 13, project officials said.

                    "The goal of the ongoing study is to understand the relative hazard of the San Andreas and faults to its west like the Elsinore and San Jacinto faults, and capture ground displacements from larger quakes," explained JPL geophysicist Andrea Donnellan, who leads the UAVSAR project to track seismic hazards in Southern California.

                    The El Mayor-Cucapah earthquake caused substantial damage when it struck. Since then, there have been thousands of aftershocks along related fault lines, including a magnitude-5. 7 one on the Elsinore fault on June 14.

                    NASA researchers are currently working to determine how far north the fault rupture that caused the quake may have reached.

                    "Continued measurements of the region should tell us whether the main fault rupture has moved north over time," Donnellan said.

                    Read more from LiveScience:

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                    • Strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Mexico, felt in Mexico City - http://wireupdate.com/wires/7084/str...n-mexico-city/

                      MEXICO CITY (BNO NEWS) — A strong earthquake rocked southern Mexico on early Wednesday, and witnesses reported feeling strong shaking in the country’s capital. There were no immediate reports of major damage or casualties.

                      The 6.4-magnitude earthquake at 2.22 a.m. local time (07.22 GMT) was centered approximately 8 kilometers (4.9 miles) southeast of Pinotepa Nacional in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, or 355 kilometers (220 miles) south-southeast of Mexico City. The quake struck about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) deep, making it a shallow earthquake, according to Mexico’s Seismological Service.

                      The United States Geological Survey (USGS) measured the strength of the earthquake at 6.2 on the Richter scale.

                      Rodrigo Javier Aguiar, the head of BNO News’ office in Mexico City, reported feeling strong shaking in the capital. “I was about to sleep when I felt a small movement, but then everything started to sway. I was unable to walk,” he said. “It lasted about 30 seconds.”

                      Aguiar said helicopters were flying over the city to check for damage, if any, and said power outages were reported in some parts of Mexico City. But there were no immediate reports of severe damage or casualties, neither from Mexico City nor from areas closer to the epicenter.

                      “My report is that we have a power outage in northern Roma [a neighborhood in central Mexico City] and we are inspecting the area street by street,” said Marcelo Ebrard, the Head of Government of Mexico’s Federal District. “We have no damage reported so far.”

                      The USGS estimated that more than 23 million people likely felt the earthquake, ranging from light shaking to very strong shaking. “Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are a mix of vulnerable and earthquake resistant construction,” the agency said.

                      It further estimated that approximately 53,000 people of those who felt the earthquake likely perceived ‘very strong’ shaking, which could result in moderate to heavy damage. Some 255,000 others perceived ‘strong’ shaking, which could result in light to moderate damage.

                      Around 461,000 were estimated to have felt moderate shaking, it added.

                      On August 28, 1973, a major 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck about 222 kilometers (137.9 miles) northeast of Wednesday’s earthquake, leaving more than 600 people dead.

                      Comment


                      • Originally posted by Zerozx View Post
                        Strong 6.4-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Mexico, felt in Mexico City - http://wireupdate.com/wires/7084/str...n-mexico-city/

                        The USGS estimated that more than 23 million people likely felt the earthquake, ranging from light shaking to very strong shaking. “Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are a mix of vulnerable and earthquake resistant construction,” the agency said.
                        Just think about those numbers. What will it be like when the earthquakes prophesied in the book of Revelation happen and do so world wide? Or just a 9.5 or higher quake hits a similarly high population area.

                        Comment


                        • UPDATED - Strong 6.0-magnitude earthquake strikes southern Mexico; one dead - http://wireupdate.com/wires/7101/str...xico-one-dead/

                          MEXICO CITY (BNO NEWS) — A strong earthquake rocked southern Mexico on early Wednesday, and witnesses reported feeling strong shaking in the country’s capital. One person was confirmed dead in Oaxaca state, Civil Protection officials said.

                          The 6.0-magnitude earthquake at 2.22 a.m. local time (07.22 GMT) was centered approximately 8 kilometers (4.9 miles) southeast of Pinotepa Nacional in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, or 355 kilometers (220 miles) south-southeast of Mexico City. The quake struck about 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) deep, making it a shallow earthquake, according to Mexico’s Seismological Service.

                          The United States Geological Survey (USGS) measured the strength of the earthquake at 6.2 on the Richter scale.

                          The Civil Protection Institute in Oaxaca state reported that one person had been killed in San Andres Huaxpaltepec, a town close to the epicenter, as a result of the earthquake.

                          According to Carlos Alberto Ramos Aragón, head of the institute, 49-year-old Lugo Armando Hernandez was killed when a wooden beam fell over him during the quake. There were no other reports of major damage caused by the earthquake, Aragon added.

                          Rodrigo Javier Aguiar, the head of BNO News’ office in Mexico City, reported feeling strong shaking in the capital. “I was about to sleep when I felt a small movement, but then everything started to sway. I was unable to walk,” he said. “It lasted about 30 seconds.”

                          Aguiar said helicopters were flying over the city to check for damage, if any, and said power outages were reported in some parts of Mexico City. But there were no reports of damage or casualties in the capital.

                          “My report is that we have a power outage in northern Roma [a neighborhood in central Mexico City] and we are inspecting the area street by street,” said Marcelo Ebrard, the Head of Government of Mexico’s Federal District, shortly after the quake happened. “We have no damage reported so far.”

                          The USGS estimated that more than 23 million people likely felt the earthquake, ranging from light shaking to very strong shaking. “Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are a mix of vulnerable and earthquake resistant construction,” the agency said.

                          It further estimated that approximately 53,000 people of those who felt the earthquake likely perceived ‘very strong’ shaking, which could result in moderate to heavy damage. Some 255,000 others perceived ‘strong’ shaking, which could result in light to moderate damage.

                          Around 461,000 were estimated to have felt moderate shaking, it added.

                          On August 28, 1973, a major 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck about 222 kilometers (137.9 miles) northeast of Wednesday’s earthquake, leaving more than 600 people dead.

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                          • Update time = Fri Jul 2 9:00:00 UTC 2010


                            MAG UTC DATE-TIME
                            y/m/d h:m:s LAT
                            deg LON
                            deg DEPTH
                            km Region
                            MAP 5.1 2010/07/02 08:07:21 -8.991 160.895 68.5 SOLOMON ISLANDS
                            MAP 3.9 2010/07/02 07:58:00 52.658 -132.261 10.0 QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 4.7 2010/07/02 07:28:32 -6.284 -74.360 106.7 NORTHERN PERU
                            MAP 6.4 2010/07/02 06:04:05 -13.664 166.409 35.0 VANUATU
                            MAP 3.4 2010/07/02 04:55:46 18.546 -64.709 57.7 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 4.5 2010/07/02 04:44:47 18.366 -68.862 166.9 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
                            MAP 3.5 2010/07/02 03:27:09 32.870 -116.245 9.4 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 2.8 2010/07/02 02:07:48 18.467 -65.977 46.5 PUERTO RICO REGION
                            MAP 3.1 2010/07/02 01:26:16 19.132 -64.583 60.0 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 4.8 2010/07/02 01:12:47 -14.352 167.298 212.9 VANUATU
                            MAP 3.1 2010/07/02 01:01:29 32.130 -115.234 21.4 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO

                            --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            MAG UTC DATE-TIME
                            y/m/d h:m:s LAT
                            deg LON
                            deg DEPTH
                            km Region
                            MAP 2.5 2010/07/01 23:40:36 35.725 -121.090 7.4 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 2.5 2010/07/01 23:35:27 65.482 -147.904 9.7 NORTHERN ALASKA
                            MAP 5.1 2010/07/01 20:58:24 -35.601 -71.507 35.0 MAULE, CHILE
                            MAP 2.9 2010/07/01 20:52:08 63.218 -151.598 6.4 CENTRAL ALASKA
                            MAP 3.3 2010/07/01 20:42:30 19.079 -64.884 112.0 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
                            MAP 4.4 2010/07/01 20:30:01 53.519 -163.549 39.1 UNIMAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
                            MAP 2.5 2010/07/01 20:07:00 58.986 -152.990 61.2 KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
                            MAP 2.7 2010/07/01 19:14:17 61.948 -148.389 17.5 SOUTHERN ALASKA
                            MAP 2.6 2010/07/01 18:52:38 35.508 -97.206 5.0 OKLAHOMA
                            MAP 3.5 2010/07/01 18:13:07 31.980 -115.080 27.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.9 2010/07/01 17:58:55 32.513 -115.674 3.3 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 5.7 2010/07/01 16:57:50 -5.151 129.385 35.0 BANDA SEA
                            MAP 3.3 2010/07/01 16:06:15 57.162 -154.916 57.8 KODIAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA
                            MAP 5.1 2010/07/01 15:21:50 1.327 97.207 27.7 NIAS REGION, INDONESIA
                            MAP 4.1 2010/07/01 12:24:04 51.445 -177.053 40.4 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
                            MAP 2.7 2010/07/01 11:05:42 32.056 -115.109 16.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 3.7 2010/07/01 07:51:31 35.482 -118.440 2.0 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 4.6 2010/07/01 06:50:57 -31.849 -72.708 35.0 OFF THE COAST OF COQUIMBO, CHILE
                            MAP 2.6 2010/07/01 06:06:30 52.254 -169.419 27.5 FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
                            MAP 4.7 2010/07/01 05:25:54 51.593 -179.194 35.2 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
                            MAP 4.6 2010/07/01 04:57:48 5.988 126.729 106.7 MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
                            MAP 3.0 2010/07/01 03:14:00 19.584 -66.068 11.1 PUERTO RICO REGION
                            MAP 5.0 2010/07/01 03:07:49 -21.603 -174.953 36.1 TONGA
                            MAP 2.9 2010/07/01 02:17:56 32.407 -115.564 0.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.8 2010/07/01 02:17:23 32.402 -115.559 6.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 4.6 2010/07/01 02:12:34 36.590 70.905 210.5 HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
                            MAP 2.5 2010/07/01 01:46:03 34.400 -97.494 5.0 OKLAHOMA
                            MAP 2.5 2010/07/01 01:41:32 34.348 -97.487 5.0 OKLAHOMA
                            MAP 3.1 2010/07/01 01:26:41 32.410 -115.557 5.8 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.8 2010/07/01 01:25:49 32.411 -115.572 6.9 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.6 2010/07/01 01:25:26 32.421 -115.556 5.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.6 2010/07/01 01:24:34 32.414 -115.552 12.9 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.6 2010/07/01 01:18:48 32.389 -115.569 1.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                            MAP 2.7 2010/07/01 00:41:44 62.203 -145.384 8.7 CENTRAL ALASKA
                            MAP 3.3 2010/07/01 00:29:47 39.770 -122.082 26.4 NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
                            MAP 2.8 2010/07/01 00:20:46 32.674 -115.977 5.5 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

                            Comment


                            • Update time = Mon Jul 5 10:00:03 UTC 2010


                              MAG UTC DATE-TIME
                              y/m/d h:m:s LAT
                              deg LON
                              deg DEPTH
                              km Region
                              MAP 3.7 2010/07/05 09:27:45 66.362 -149.767 0.6 NORTHERN ALASKA
                              MAP 2.5 2010/07/05 08:42:44 59.985 -151.613 36.8 KENAI PENINSULA, ALASKA
                              MAP 3.4 2010/07/05 07:30:04 60.059 -140.583 5.1 SOUTHERN YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA
                              MAP 3.5 2010/07/05 05:20:40 18.316 -68.827 109.0 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
                              MAP 2.8 2010/07/05 04:13:46 18.967 -68.178 62.2 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
                              MAP 4.8 2010/07/05 03:18:09 -7.650 127.834 167.9 KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA
                              MAP 4.8 2010/07/05 02:04:08 31.131 80.593 10.0 WESTERN XIZANG
                              MAP 2.8 2010/07/05 02:02:40 32.095 -115.242 13.4 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                              MAP 3.1 2010/07/05 00:26:15 18.382 -68.841 153.0 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
                              MAP 2.8 2010/07/05 00:24:49 18.988 -64.608 57.0 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
                              all is normal

                              http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquak...quakes_all.php

                              Comment


                              • Update time = Sat Jul 10 10:00:04 UTC 2010


                                MAG UTC DATE-TIME
                                y/m/d h:m:s LAT
                                deg LON
                                deg DEPTH
                                km Region
                                MAP 5.0 2010/07/10 08:42:28 -10.429 161.312 42.2 SOLOMON ISLANDS
                                MAP 5.5 2010/07/10 05:39:45 13.991 145.022 148.0 GUAM REGION
                                MAP 2.5 2010/07/10 05:23:39 32.267 -115.432 0.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                                MAP 3.2 2010/07/10 03:33:41 36.779 -118.191 0.0 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
                                MAP 3.0 2010/07/10 03:11:21 40.288 -124.361 8.3 OFFSHORE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
                                MAP 3.1 2010/07/10 02:58:25 61.921 -150.479 47.3 SOUTHERN ALASKA
                                MAP 2.7 2010/07/10 02:56:01 32.157 -115.347 12.5 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
                                MAP 4.7 2010/07/10 02:08:30 15.514 -92.552 129.4 CHIAPAS, MEXICO
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