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  1. due to the success of the volcanic activity thread i thought we could this thread to discuss and report on seismic activity around the world Earthquakes reported here must be 5th magnitude or over and can occur anywhere in the world So i may aswell start off : on friday 9th may 2008 there was a magnitude 6.7 earthquake reported in the Guam Region at around 21:51 UTC (22:51 BST) (see map below) Info on activity (from USGS) :- Magnitude : 6.7 Date - Time : Friday, May 09, 2008 at 21:51:31 UTC Loacation : 12.509°N, 143.157°E Depth : 87.6 km (54.4 miles) Region : GUAM REGION Dist
  2. Introduction My intention is to produce a series of articles (depending on interest) which introduces ideas about volcanic and earthquake activity. I want to go slightly off the beaten track to explore oddities, volcano hazards, analysis methods, Wonders and Mankind’s impacts. Keep in mind I am not expert (corrections gratefully received), but hopefully these will at least give a flavour of some different places in the world and provide a few minutes escape from people’s troubles. Introducing Volcano Mount Karthala Reason for Interest This is a very active volcano with a h
  3. Introduction My intention is to produce a series of articles (depending on interest) which introduces ideas about volcanic and earthquake activity. I want to go slightly off the beaten track to explore oddities, volcano hazards, analysis methods, Wonders and Mankind’s impacts. Keep in mind I am not expert (corrections gratefully received), but hopefully these will at least give a flavour of some different places in the world and provide a few minutes escape from people’s troubles. Introducing The Salton Sea Buttes Volcanoes Reason for Interest Volcano activity in Sou
  4. Introduction My intention is to produce a series of articles (depending on interest) which introduces ideas about volcanic and earthquake activity. I want to go slightly off the beaten track to explore oddities, volcano hazards, analysis methods, Wonders and Mankind’s impacts. Keep in mind I am not expert (corrections gratefully received), but hopefully these will at least give a flavour of some different places in the world and provide a few minutes escape from people’s troubles. Introducing The Robinson Crusoe Island Tsunami Reason for Interest I had never heard of
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