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Comment by Yamkin on May 1, 2012 at 3:22am

ICELAND'S HEKLA - INCREASED ACTIVITY

Hekla strain & seismic activity
Comment by Cheryl Nelson on May 1, 2012 at 1:19am
Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 8:44pm

SOLARHAM IS CURRENTLY DOWN

Update from Solarham.................

My website is currently in transition to a new VPS account for faster access.  The site may say suspended, however it is actually an upgrade. Things should be back within 24-48 hours.

Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 8:21pm

ICELAND QUAKE SWARM IS INCREASING

Map of earthquake epicentres
Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 8:03pm

TAJIKISTAN Magnitude 4.1 Depth 2 km

WESTERN IRAN Magnitude 4.1 Depth 15 km

NORTHERN IRAN Magnitude 4.2 Depth 8 km

NEPAL-INDIA BORDER REGION Magnitude 4.2 Depth 505 km

SOUTHERN IRAN Magnitude 4.3 Depth 15 km

LOYALTY ISLANDS Magnitude 4.3 Depth 49 km

SOUTHERN NORWAY Magnitude 4.4 Depth 5 km

EGYPT Magnitude 4.4 Depth 10 km

WESTERN TURKEY Magnitude 4.4 Depth 10 km

NORTH OF SVALBARD Magnitude 4.5 Depth 10 km

ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE Magnitude 4.5 Depth 21 km

OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.6 Depth 10 km

OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.6 Depth 20 km

OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.6 Depth 30 km

KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA Magnitude 4.6 Depth 163 km

WESTERN XIZANG Magnitude 4.7 Depth 10 km

ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE Magnitude 4.7 Depth 20 km

NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.7 Depth 30 km

SUMBAWA REGION, INDONESIA Magnitude 4.7 Depth 169 km

NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN Magnitude 4.8 Depth 10 km

NICOBAR ISLANDS, INDIA REGION Magnitude 4.9 Depth 10 km

MALI Magnitude 5.0 Depth 33 km

KEPULAUAN TALAUD, INDONESIA Magnitude 5.0 Depth 41 km

OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA Magnitude 5.1 Depth 2 km

KERMADEC ISLANDS REGION Magnitude 5.1 Depth 10 km

GERMANY Magnitude 5.1 Depth 10 km

AUSTRIA Magnitude 5.1 Depth 15 km

TAJIKISTAN Magnitude 5.1 Depth 33 km

SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA Magnitude 5.1 Depth 40 km

MARIANA ISLANDS REGION Magnitude 5.1 Depth 40 km

NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN Magnitude 5.2 Depth 10 km

TONGA Magnitude 5.2 Depth 40 km

ANDAMAN ISLANDS, INDIA REGION Magnitude 5.3 Depth 40 km

ROMANIA Magnitude 5.4 Depth 10 km

VOLCANO ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION Magnitude 5.5 Depth 10 km

OFFSHORE COQUIMBO, CHILE Magnitude 5.6 Depth 32 km

BANDA SEA Magnitude 5.6 Depth 379 km

NORTH INDIAN OCEAN Magnitude 5.7 Depth 10 km

Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 6:44pm

Caribbean Again Put On Tsunami Watch


A leading expert at the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) is urging the Caribbean's 40 million people to be prepared for a tsunami, two years ahead of a planned early warning system for the region.

Wendy Watson-Wright, assistant director-general and executive secretary of the UNESCO-Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, has agreed with other leading tsunami experts that it is a case of "when, not if" the region would be struck by the giant waves triggered by earthquakes and volcanic activity, Watson-Wright noted.

"Lurking beneath the azure waters that wash up on countless coastal and island beaches and vacation spots is the potential for a devastating tsunami," she said.

In addition to the 40 million people living in the region, she said 22 million people visit the Caribbean annually, making the region "extremely vulnerable to the impacts of tsunamis".

Since 1498 there have been at least 94 tsunamis with run-ups reported in the Caribbean region, causing 4,652 deaths, Watson-Wright said.

She said most of these tsunamis were associated with underwater, or what are called submarine earthquakes, although the Caribbean Sea region has all of the potential tsunami-generating sources, such as submarine earthquakes, sub-aerial or submarine landslides and volcano activity.

Scientists and disaster management officials have said that models predict a tsunami wiping out vast areas in several island nations where most people live in around capitals and low-lying coastal areas.

"Sound science-based tsunami inundation modelling has been performed for all of Puerto Rico and several localities in the French Antilles and Venezuela, which demonstrates real tsunami threats for this region," the UNESCO expert said.

She said the Indian Ocean Tsunami Early Warning System -- coordinated through UNESCO-IOC -- saved lives in that region following an 8.6-magnitude earthquake off northern Indonesia.

"Largely due to education programmes, Indonesians living in coastal communities were able to mobilise and safely move to higher ground. As soon as the threat of a tsunami had passed, the all clear was sounded," Watson-Wright said in a statement here.

Despite the withdrawal of the United States from the UN body, which threatened to delay the introduction of an early warning system for the Caribbean, "emergency funds" were diverted to the project which is expected to be completed by 2014.

"We expect the system to be in place by 2014, with the US having adopted a phased approach to establish a Caribbean Tsunami Warning Centre located in Puerto Rico," she said.

Watson-Wright said that the installation of the Tsunami Early Warning System for the Caribbean was largely supported by the United States, among other countries, but lamented that following the vote of the General Conference to admit Palestine as a full member to UNESCO, "all funds were cut in adherence to US law.

"The loss would have seriously delayed this important project," she said.

Realising this, Watson-Wright said UNESCO Director General Irina Bokova assigned emergency funds to the Tsunami Early Warning System for the Caribbean earlier this year, "keeping us on track for our work."

But the UNESCO official said the absence of the Caribbean early warning system does not mean the region is unprotected, as it is covered on an interim basis by the Hawaii-based Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre.

Once implemented, she said the system in the Caribbean will enhance "our ability to evaluate data and ensure that timely information is passed on to authorities and most importantly the public, for the safety and security of all in the region".

The Indian Ocean tsunami of December 26, 2004 was one of the deadliest natural disasters in history, killing 230,000 people in 14 countries, mostly in Indonesia. Several coastal communities were inundated with waves as high as 30 metres (98 feet).

Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 6:34pm

A Full Month The Volcano Nevado Del Ruiz On Orange Alert

According to the latest bulletin issued by Ingeominas, the column of steam white trend reached 2000 meters high, there is high concentration of sulfur smell and slight decrease in the occurrence of energy release.

A month after being declared an orange alert on the volcano Nevado del Ruiz by seismic activity, it remains high notes the newsletter sent by the Volcanological and Seismological Observatory of Manizales, which maintains constant monitoring the volcano.


http://www.rcnradio.com/noticias/editor/un-mes-completa-el-volcan-n...  (Translated)

Comment by Yamkin on April 30, 2012 at 4:38pm

MAGNITUDE 5.0 + WILL INCREASE

Comment by Yamkin on April 29, 2012 at 7:27pm

SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA Magnitude 4.1 Depth 10 km

TARAPACA, CHILE Magnitude 4.1 Depth 113 km

NORTH OF SVALBARD Magnitude 4.3 Depth 10 km

OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA Magnitude 4.3 Depth 690 km

NORTH OF HONDURAS Magnitude 4.4 Depth 18 km

SOUTHERN IRAN Magnitude 4.4 Depth 103 km

OFF COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO Magnitude 4.5 Depth 10 km

NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE Magnitude 4.5 Depth 10 km

PAPUA, INDONESIA Magnitude 4.5 Depth 15 km

SOUTH OF TONGA Magnitude 4.5 Depth 35 km

FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS Magnitude 4.5 Depth 60 km

NORTH OF SVALBARD Magnitude 4.6 Depth 10 km

OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.6 Depth 10 km

GUERRERO, MEXICO Magnitude 4.6 Depth 15 km

NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 4.6 Depth 48 km

SOUTH OF FIJI ISLANDS Magnitude 4.6 Depth 220 km

SOUTHEAST OF EASTER ISLAND Magnitude 4.7 Depth 10 km

CARLSBERG RIDGE Magnitude 4.7 Depth 16 km

NEAR COAST OF ECUADOR Magnitude 4.7 Depth 102 km

NORTH INDIAN OCEAN Magnitude 4.8 Depth 15 km

NORTH OF SVALBARD Magnitude 4.9 Depth 2 km

EAST OF PHILIPPINE ISLANDS Magnitude 4.9 Depth 10 km

VOLCANO ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION Magnitude 4.9 Depth 47 km

KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND Magnitude 4.9 Depth 48 km

OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA Magnitude 5.0 Depth 10 km x 2

TAMIL NADU, INDIA Magnitude 5.1 Depth 10 km

PAPUA, INDONESIA Magnitude 5.3 Depth 15 km

IRKUTSKAYA OBLAST', RUSSIA Magnitude 5.3 Depth 33 km

NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 5.4 Depth 10 km

ASSAM-NAGALAND-MANIPUR, INDIA Magnitude 5.4 Depth 33 km

PRIMOR'YE, RUSSIA Magnitude 5.6 Depth 33 km

OFF W COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA Magnitude 5.7 Depth 10 km

NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Magnitude 5.8 Depth 40 km

Comment by Yamkin on April 29, 2012 at 6:22pm

1200 Pelicans Found Dead In Peru

The birds began to appear dead on the northern coast of the country for more than 10 days. Neither the Peruvian Sea Institute Sernanp neither could explain the phenomenon.

According to Francisco Nique, president of the Association of Fishermen of Puerto Eten, for about 10 or 12 days have found more than 1,200 dead pelicans along 160 kilometers, between Punta Negra, in Piura , and San Jose creek in Lambayeque .

He reported that seven dolphins were found stranded, which add up to more than 3,000 fish dead in northern Peru so far this year.

The Peruvian Sea Institute (IMARPE) has not yet determined the cause of death of the birds and said the dolphins may have been killed by a virus, while Nique said the cause could be the paucity of species that function as food or seismic waves for exploration activities in the area.

The National Service of Protected Areas by the State (Sernanp) also failed to explain the phenomenon, but has ruled that the reasons respond to sound waves that are carried out seismic exploration at sea. Implemented a contingency plan to investigate.

Mass Deaths Pelicans

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