Earthquake watch

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Earthquake watch

Postby Lookfortruth on Thu May 17, 2007 1:02 pm

Kermadec Islands, New Zealand just had a 6.0!!!! :shock:
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Postby FreeInHim on Thu May 17, 2007 1:09 pm

I saw that! The one before that was pretty hefty, too! This quake watch program is great, isn't it? :shock:
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Postby Lookfortruth on Thu May 17, 2007 1:11 pm

Yep, and it just shook again with a 5.8 in the same place!
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Postby godsblessingyou on Thu May 17, 2007 3:41 pm

:shock: there have been 3 other earthquakes in the last 2 days one in thailand one in jakata one in alaska
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Postby Lookfortruth on Thu May 17, 2007 3:43 pm

Wow, all those in Alaska!!!!!! I lived there for 5 years, and only remember 3 that could be felt. :shock:
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Postby tdye84 on Thu May 17, 2007 4:09 pm

Hey is there a link? I wanna watch too!
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Postby Lookfortruth on Thu May 17, 2007 4:13 pm

tdye84, Do you have Firefox?
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Postby tdye84 on Thu May 17, 2007 4:17 pm

No. :(
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Postby FreeInHim on Thu May 17, 2007 5:47 pm

Tdye84, just go to mozilla and you can switch to Firefox (like I had to), then add on the quake watch program: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/2239
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Postby tdye84 on Thu May 17, 2007 6:53 pm

Ok, thanks!
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Other good sites!

Postby ToledoDebbie on Fri May 18, 2007 5:28 am

Here is a site I frequent that has a lot of great info on all things affecting our earth. It shows earthquakes, volcano's storms, biological hazards, etc.
http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/woalert.php?lang=eng
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Postby OBXBob on Fri May 18, 2007 6:30 am

Great link, ToledoDebbie!

It even showed an explosion this morning in MA!

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Postby tdye84 on Fri May 18, 2007 9:00 am

Ok, got Firefox and so far I'm liking it a whole lot better than IE.

Are Alaska and Canada usually this active? I mean, it's been nothing serious, but a lot of small quakes this morning. But I guess there are small ones everywhere, huh?
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Postby FreeInHim on Fri May 18, 2007 9:18 am

I'm not certain about Canada, but Alaska is very active, usually with smaller ones.
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Postby OBXBob on Fri May 18, 2007 9:32 am

Just as I was reading this thread, there was a 5.5 jolt to the browser from Japan.

The most active day I've seen in the past month had either 10 or 11 magnitude 5.0 or higher quakes.

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No foxfire..

Postby cparobbins on Sat May 19, 2007 3:31 pm

I don't have foxfire.

Is the 'earthquake watch' there any different than the RSOE HAVARIA Emergency Watch link?

BTW, that link is: http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index.php?smp=&lang=eng


How BIZARRE! It shows that at exactly the same time today there was THREE earthquakes, all of them being exactly a 5.5 - the weird part is how far apart they were: 1) North America, 2) South Pole (go figure, right?), and 3) Europe. All exactly at same time on the dot. Weird.

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Re: No foxfire..

Postby Lookfortruth on Sat May 19, 2007 3:33 pm

cparobbins wrote:I don't have foxfire.

Is the 'earthquake watch' there any different than the RSOE HAVARIA Emergency Watch link?

BTW, that link is: http://visz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index.php?smp=&lang=eng


How BIZARRE! It shows that at exactly the same time today there was THREE earthquakes, all of them being exactly a 5.5 - the weird part is how far apart they were: 1) North America, 2) South Pole (go figure, right?), and 3) Europe. All exactly at same time on the dot. Weird.

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That is weird :eek:
This thread is not limited to those with firefox....all earthquake news is welcomed here! :grin:
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Postby Salty Skipper on Sat May 19, 2007 4:06 pm

What's with that quake in Colorado today?
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Postby Lookfortruth on Sat May 19, 2007 4:09 pm

I saw that Salty, it wasn't big, but I wonder if the Rocky's are starting to awake.....
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Postby Salty Skipper on Sat May 19, 2007 4:11 pm

I would not want to be under a big boulder when the shakin starts. :eek:
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your quake program seems to have missed this

Postby hoshianna on Tue May 22, 2007 4:06 pm

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...Meanwhile, three tectonic earthquakes rattled the country yesterday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said yesterday.

The highest earthquake intensity was felt at Intensity 5 in Caraga in Mindanao.

According to Phivolcs director Dr. Renato Solidum, the first earthquake occurred at 12:56 a.m., measuring 4.1 in magnitude. It was reportedly felt at Intensity 5 (strong) in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, the regional center of Caraga (Region 8), and Intensity 5 (moderately strong) in Surigao City, the capital of Surigao del Norte.

Solidum said the earthquake’s epicenter was located some 10 kilometers (kms) northeast of Butuan City with a shallow focal depth of one kilometer. He said that the quake was caused by the movement along the Philippine Fault Zone (PFZ)-East Mindanao Segment.

He said that no damages or aftershocks were expected due to the temblor.
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Postby BMarkman on Tue May 22, 2007 4:45 pm

Salty Skipper wrote:What's with that quake in Colorado today?


Actually, small quakes are not rare in southern Colorado.
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Postby BMarkman on Tue May 22, 2007 5:26 pm

tdye84 wrote:Ok, got Firefox and so far I'm liking it a whole lot better than IE.

Are Alaska and Canada usually this active? I mean, it's been nothing serious, but a lot of small quakes this morning. But I guess there are small ones everywhere, huh?


So did you also get the equake add-on to keep you up-to-the-minute on quakes?
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Postby Salty Skipper on Tue May 22, 2007 5:27 pm

BMarkman wrote:
Salty Skipper wrote:What's with that quake in Colorado today?


Actually, small quakes are not rare in southern Colorado.


Thanks Betsy. I wasn't aware of that. :grin: When I look at the USGS site, I hadn't noticed many squares there before. That bigger one sort of stood out like a sore thumb. :eek:
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Postby tdye84 on Tue May 22, 2007 5:31 pm

I was just wondering about sore thumbs... I've got one. It's not standing out. I wish it would. It might make give me some amusement and make my suffering worth it.

(I shut it in a car window... don't ask)
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Postby Salty Skipper on Tue May 22, 2007 5:35 pm

Yeeeeeouch! :(
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Postby tdye84 on Tue May 22, 2007 5:41 pm

It set off earthquakes in my hand.

Okay, it looks an awful lot like I'm hijaking this thread. Back to the earthquakes.
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Postby Passion on Tue May 22, 2007 9:55 pm

tdye84 wrote:Ok, got Firefox and so far I'm liking it a whole lot better than IE.



It's a whole lot more secure, as well.
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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed May 23, 2007 6:48 pm

JAKARTA, Indonesia - An earthquake measuring 6.5 jolted central Indonesia's Nusa Tenggara island chain on Thursday, prompting a tsunami warning, the meteorological agency said.

No other details were made immediately available.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18832231/

It's weird, my browser says 5.5, not 6.5.
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Postby BMarkman on Wed May 23, 2007 6:56 pm

AndCanItBe wrote:JAKARTA, Indonesia - An earthquake measuring 6.5 jolted central Indonesia's Nusa Tenggara island chain on Thursday, prompting a tsunami warning, the meteorological agency said.

No other details were made immediately available.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/18832231/

It's weird, my browser says 5.5, not 6.5.


Sometimes they'll revise the numbers after further review.
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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed May 23, 2007 7:04 pm

Gotcha! Thanks!
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Postby FreeInHim on Wed May 23, 2007 7:10 pm

The visz.rsoe site is showing a 5.5, as well.
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Postby Salty Skipper on Thu May 24, 2007 12:21 am

look at the large square in the gulf

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/eqcenter/recenteqsus/
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Postby AndCanItBe on Thu May 24, 2007 5:19 am

Looks like they decided on 5.5.

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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed May 30, 2007 1:37 pm

There was just a 6.4 in Russia. The Kamchatka Peninsula. I'm off to find out where that is, lol.
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Postby FreeInHim on Wed May 30, 2007 4:14 pm

I see that......odd because I've never seen Russia experience an earthquake. All I've found so far is that the location of the quake is 30.86 km (19.18 miles) N of Golygino (that's a big help :lol:), it was over 74 miles below the surface, and that 0 persons were affected. Maybe it hit in an uninhabited area. :dunno:
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Postby saved2001 on Thu May 31, 2007 1:22 pm

NO, but they were hit with one heck of an meteor about 100years ago.
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Postby hoshianna on Thu May 31, 2007 3:54 pm

saved2001 wrote:NO, but they were hit with one heck of an meteor about 100years ago.
Are you referring to the 1908 tunguska event? That was one doozie of a mystery.
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Postby tdye84 on Fri Jun 01, 2007 5:03 am

FreeInHim wrote:I see that......odd because I've never seen Russia experience an earthquake. All I've found so far is that the location of the quake is 30.86 km (19.18 miles) N of Golygino (that's a big help :lol:), it was over 74 miles below the surface, and that 0 persons were affected. Maybe it hit in an uninhabited area. :dunno:


Quite some time back, I think it was a post on here or perhaps another board... anyhooo, it talked about an earthquake somewhere in Siberia. We were saying then that it was pretty unusual, then the thread continued with other similar events in odd places.
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Postby AndCanItBe on Mon Jun 04, 2007 5:04 pm

There was just a 6.4 in Russia. The Kamchatka Peninsula. I'm off to find out where that is, lol.


Perhaps the earthquake had something to do with this? It's amazing to me what they leave out of a news story.

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Postby FreeInHim on Mon Jun 04, 2007 5:09 pm

AndCanItBe wrote:Perhaps the earthquake had something to do with this?


:shock: I wouldn't doubt it, AndCanItBe. Good find!
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Re: your quake program seems to have missed this

Postby Finaldash on Mon Jun 04, 2007 9:16 pm

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...Meanwhile, three tectonic earthquakes rattled the country yesterday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) said yesterday.

The highest earthquake intensity was felt at Intensity 5 in Caraga in Mindanao.

According to Phivolcs director Dr. Renato Solidum, the first earthquake occurred at 12:56 a.m., measuring 4.1 in magnitude. It was reportedly felt at Intensity 5 (strong) in Butuan City, Agusan del Norte, the regional center of Caraga (Region 8), and Intensity 5 (moderately strong) in Surigao City, the capital of Surigao del Norte.

Solidum said the earthquake’s epicenter was located some 10 kilometers (kms) northeast of Butuan City with a shallow focal depth of one kilometer. He said that the quake was caused by the movement along the Philippine Fault Zone (PFZ)-East Mindanao Segment.

He said that no damages or aftershocks were expected due to the temblor.
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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed Jun 13, 2007 12:47 pm

7.2 off Guatemala. That will probably trigger a tsunami warning, I think.
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Postby OBXBob on Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:34 pm

I can't believe I was offline for one that big...I'd have loved to have seen the browser!

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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed Jun 13, 2007 1:36 pm

It didn't shake as much as I thought it might. :lol: It seemed the same as the few 6.0's, but it seemed to shake for a little longer than those. I noticed the duration more than the intensity.
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Postby AndCanItBe on Wed Jun 13, 2007 2:38 pm

Looks like I was wrong about the tsunami warning. Link
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Postby OBXBob on Wed Jun 13, 2007 2:40 pm

6.8 is still quite powerful. This is the strongest one we've seen in a while, it seems.

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Postby Lookfortruth on Sun Jun 17, 2007 11:34 am

Whoa, although they aren't huge quakes, they are many :eek:
My browser has been really rocking and rolling last night and today from Hawaii. :armor:
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Postby Lookfortruth on Sun Jun 17, 2007 12:06 pm

They just had a 5.1 :eek:

for those who do not have the browser add on
MAP 5.1 2007/06/17 18:54:22 19.358 -155.172 21.9 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 18:26:16 19.368 -155.180 2.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 18:21:34 19.360 -155.175 2.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.8 2007/06/17 18:18:34 19.362 -155.198 2.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 18:17:25 19.361 -155.178 2.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.7 2007/06/17 18:12:25 19.365 -155.185 2.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.2 2007/06/17 18:04:23 19.372 -155.196 3.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 18:02:38 19.365 -155.194 2.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 18:00:24 19.371 -155.233 1.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 17:57:24 19.363 -155.195 2.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 17:55:15 19.310 -155.181 0.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 17:54:40 32.614 -118.131 18.7 CHANNEL ISLANDS REGION, CALIFORNIA
MAP 3.1 2007/06/17 17:48:25 19.398 -155.186 12.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.0 2007/06/17 17:32:58 19.363 -155.214 1.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 17:02:06 19.376 -155.220 5.0 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.7 2007/06/17 16:55:29 19.356 -155.208 2.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.7 2007/06/17 16:54:33 63.595 -151.235 1.0 CENTRAL ALASKA
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 16:49:57 19.365 -155.227 1.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 16:39:42 19.363 -155.219 0.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 16:38:24 19.360 -155.202 1.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 16:27:13 36.065 -117.460 3.8 CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 16:23:18 19.362 -155.218 2.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 16:17:31 19.361 -155.220 2.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 16:16:12 19.387 -155.244 3.2 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 16:15:38 19.381 -155.199 0.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 16:06:44 19.366 -155.223 2.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 4.6 2007/06/17 15:56:14 -18.271 -68.905 137.3 ORURO, BOLIVIA
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 15:44:08 19.368 -155.220 3.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 15:22:39 20.184 -156.060 7.2 MAUI REGION, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 15:11:46 19.368 -155.215 2.0 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 15:10:27 19.362 -155.229 1.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 15:02:34 19.358 -155.212 2.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 14:40:11 19.363 -155.222 2.2 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.2 2007/06/17 14:14:27 19.378 -155.242 2.9 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 14:11:56 19.371 -155.220 3.7 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 14:00:49 19.357 -155.210 1.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.3 2007/06/17 13:56:25 19.362 -155.217 2.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 13:48:51 19.359 -155.222 1.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 13:41:38 19.352 -155.198 2.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.2 2007/06/17 13:31:44 19.383 -155.242 2.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 13:26:03 19.369 -155.199 3.2 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.1 2007/06/17 13:20:09 19.374 -155.239 1.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 13:07:56 19.383 -155.206 1.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 13:04:59 19.360 -155.212 2.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.0 2007/06/17 13:00:25 19.363 -155.207 2.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 12:59:54 19.359 -155.202 2.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 12:59:18 19.359 -155.206 2.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.4 2007/06/17 12:57:38 19.481 -155.264 5.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 12:55:39 19.340 -155.204 0.0 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.4 2007/06/17 12:53:40 19.353 -155.209 2.3 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 12:52:46 19.382 -155.206 1.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 12:52:01 19.366 -155.209 2.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.3 2007/06/17 12:50:31 19.363 -155.209 1.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.7 2007/06/17 12:49:04 19.359 -155.209 1.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.9 2007/06/17 12:47:27 19.368 -155.209 3.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.5 2007/06/17 12:46:34 19.366 -155.209 2.5 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 12:40:48 19.359 -155.209 1.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.1 2007/06/17 12:37:39 19.354 -155.205 1.6 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 12:35:16 19.362 -155.209 2.9 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 12:31:02 19.357 -155.209 0.0 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 3.2 2007/06/17 12:28:35 19.360 -155.210 2.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 12:25:05 19.365 -155.213 2.8 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.7 2007/06/17 12:22:10 19.360 -155.212 0.1 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 2.7 2007/06/17 12:17:41 19.370 -155.209 4.4 ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP 5.0 2007/06/17 09:23:47 -10.233 161.283 85.1 SOLOMON ISLANDS
MAP 4.8 2007/06/17 09:03:07 19.072 -64.851 40.2 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.6 2007/06/17 07:55:41 51.198 -178.362 20.0 ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP 4.5 2007/06/17 02:05:41 -6.328 154.770 78.5 BOUGAINVILLE REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP 2.8 2007/06/17 01:18:37 53.600 -164.098 1.0 UNIMAK ISLAND REGION, ALASKA

That was just for today!
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