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  • DrPostman
    ... the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since the big Japan EQ. ... MONGOLIA 0247 ... SIBERIA, RUSS0243 ...
    Message 1 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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      --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
      > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
      the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since
      the big Japan EQ.
      >
      > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
      >
      > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
      MONGOLIA 0247
      > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
      SIBERIA, RUSS0243
      > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
      SIBERIA, RUSS0208
      > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-MONGOLIA
      BORDER REG0205
      >
      > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html


      I would think that those would be normal aftershocks, after
      such a large earthquake.

      Jamie
    • Hap Griffin
      ... From: DrPostman To: tt-watch@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 5:43 AM Subject: [tt-watch] Re: 7+ EQ, Siberia ... the last 24 hours. The
      Message 2 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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        ----- Original Message -----
        From: DrPostman
        To: tt-watch@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wednesday, October 01, 2003 5:43 AM
        Subject: [tt-watch] Re: 7+ EQ, Siberia


        --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
        > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
        the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since
        the big Japan EQ.
        >
        > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
        >
        > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
        MONGOLIA 0247
        > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
        SIBERIA, RUSS0243
        > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
        SIBERIA, RUSS0208
        > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-MONGOLIA
        BORDER REG0205
        >
        > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html


        >I would think that those would be normal aftershocks, after
        >such a large earthquake.

        >Jamie

        Look at the times also...looks to be the same shock registered at slightly different times at different locations.

        Hap



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      • Michael L Cunningham
        ... Historically, it and the Japanese quake are showing the traditional pattern of major aftershocks. Michael
        Message 3 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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          At 09:43 AM 10/1/2003 +0000, you wrote:
          >--- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
          > > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
          >the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since
          >the big Japan EQ.
          > >
          > > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
          > >
          > > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
          >MONGOLIA 0247
          > > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
          >SIBERIA, RUSS0243
          > > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
          >SIBERIA, RUSS0208
          > > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-MONGOLIA
          >BORDER REG0205
          > >
          > > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html
          >
          >
          >I would think that those would be normal aftershocks, after
          >such a large earthquake.
          >
          >Jamie

          Historically, it and the Japanese quake are showing the traditional pattern of
          major aftershocks.

          Michael
        • islander
          Before anyone gets too excited please learn how to use a site for reference when looking for earthquakes. I base the comment on the posting below and have
          Message 4 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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            Before anyone gets too excited please learn how to use a site for
            reference when looking for earthquakes. I base the comment on the
            posting below and have added some comments to assist. At these sites
            reports of a single seismic event are grouped together, the grouping
            lists the quake as detected at various stations and may also give the
            final declaration of time, epicenter, magnitude and generic location (
            these are usually highlighted in colour or underlined). In order to be
            officially listed the site may require a manual report in addition to
            all the automated reports from various stations. Everyone should
            remember that the technology still depends on a rigid set of
            calculations to determine the final magnitude and that location is
            determined on the speed of the seismic wave and distance to the
            detecting stations. That is indicated if you look at the time that the
            event was recorded at each station, in the list given there was 29
            second difference in time. (the same list is significantly larger now
            that more stations have reported in) In a major event where the seismic
            waves are detected around the globe there may be 5+ minutes in detection
            between stations. When a final resolution is made the seismic network
            may be listed as INFO or MIX on EMSC

            Michael L Cunningham wrote:

            > At 09:43 AM 10/1/2003 +0000, you wrote:
            > >--- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
            > > > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
            > >the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since
            > >the big Japan EQ.
            > > >
            > > > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
            > > >

            the listing indicates:
            > > DATE_TIME(UTC)_DETECTION LATITUDE_DETECTION
            LONGITUDE_DEPTH(KM)_TYPE OF DETECTION AND MAGNITUDE_SEISMIC NETWORK_LOCATION

            >
            > > > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
            > >MONGOLIA 0247
            > > > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
            > >SIBERIA, RUSS0243
            > > > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
            > >SIBERIA, RUSS0208
            > > > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-MONGOLIA
            > >BORDER REG0205
            > > >
            > > > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html
            > >
            > >
            > >I would think that those would be normal aftershocks, after
            > >such a large earthquake.
            > >
            > >Jamie
            >
            > Historically, it and the Japanese quake are showing the traditional
            > pattern of
            > major aftershocks.
            >
            > Michael
            >
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          • freeflyer36
            A news report states it may have reached 8.0 in Siberia today. Earthquake hits Siberia From correspondents in Moscow October 1, 2003 A SERIES of violent
            Message 5 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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              A news report states it may have reached 8.0 in Siberia today.

              Earthquake hits Siberia
              From correspondents in Moscow
              October 1, 2003

              A SERIES of violent tremors have rocked Russia's southwest Siberia
              region, reaching up to 8.0 on the Richter scale, seismologists quoted
              by the Interfax news agency said.

              http://www.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,4057,7429429%
              255E1702,00.html

              --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
              > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
              the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since
              the big Japan EQ.
              >
              > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
              >
              > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
              MONGOLIA 0247
              > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
              SIBERIA, RUSS0243
              > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
              SIBERIA, RUSS0208
              > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-MONGOLIA
              BORDER REG0205
              >
              > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html
              >
              >
              > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
            • mr_john_jones2003
              ... OK! What s the point? ... quoted ... since ... MONGOLIA
              Message 6 of 9 , Oct 1, 2003
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                --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, "freeflyer36" <Domicile2@e...>
                wrote:
                > A news report states it may have reached 8.0 in Siberia today.

                OK!

                What's the point?



                >
                > Earthquake hits Siberia
                > From correspondents in Moscow
                > October 1, 2003
                >
                > A SERIES of violent tremors have rocked Russia's southwest Siberia
                > region, reaching up to 8.0 on the Richter scale, seismologists
                quoted
                > by the Interfax news agency said.
                >
                > http://www.news.com.au/common/story_page/0,4057,7429429%
                > 255E1702,00.html
                >
                > --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
                > > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in
                > the last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active
                since
                > the big Japan EQ.
                > >
                > > http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml
                > >
                > > 01Oct2003 01:03:00.4 48.0N 92.0E 10 ms=7.6 A*SED
                > MONGOLIA 0247
                > > 01Oct2003 01:03:29.4 50.4N 87.8E 40 MS=7.0 M*EMS SOUTHWESTERN
                > SIBERIA, RUSS0243
                > > 01Oct2003 01:03:28.3 50.4N 87.5E 33 MS=7.0 M*GSR SOUTHWESTERN
                > SIBERIA, RUSS0208
                > > 01Oct2003 01:03:19.2 49.9N 89.6E 33 mb=6.5 M*EMS RUSSIA-
                MONGOLIA
                > BORDER REG0205
                > >
                > > http://seismo.ethz.ch/redpuma/redpuma_ami_list.html
                > >
                > >
                > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
              • Jay
                ... last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since the big Japan EQ. Do you spend all day staring at the seismos hoping to find proof that
                Message 7 of 9 , Oct 2, 2003
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                  --- In tt-watch@yahoogroups.com, Steve Havas <shavas@s...> wrote:
                  > There has been approximately half a dozen 6+ mag. earthquakes in the
                  last 24 hours. The live seismos have been extremely active since the
                  big Japan EQ.

                  Do you spend all day staring at the "seismos" hoping to find proof
                  that the crap that comes out of Nancy's crazy brain is actually
                  factual in any way, shape, or form?

                  Sounds like a great way to spend your life.
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