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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 5.7 - WESTERN XIZANG, CHINA

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=438615

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 214 km NE of Kathmandu, Nepal / pop: 1,442,271 / local time: 15:02:02.7 2015-04-25
160 km N of Dhankutā, Nepal / pop: 22,084 / local time: 15:02:02.7 2015-04-25
93 km NE of Nāmche Bāzār, Nepal / pop: 2,324 / local time: 15:02:02.7 2015-04-25
  
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Comment by Yamkin 2 hours ago

Hundreds Feared Dead
In Nepal Earthquake
A magnitude 7.9 earthquake in Nepal has caused extensive damage in the capital Kathmandu, bringing down buildings and walls.
 
At least 50 people are trapped under the rubble of the city's iconic nine-storey Dharahara tower, which was brought down in the quake. 
 
Police have removed several bodies from the 19th Century tourist site, also known as the Bhimsen Tower.
Rescue workers attend the scene at the collapsed Dharara Tower
Several bodies have been removed from the landmark Dharahara tower
Elsewhere at least two people are confirmed to have died, with more fatalities feared.
 
A 15-year-girl was killed in a building collapse in India near the Nepal border, while another child died when a statue fell in a park outside Kathmandu.
The quake is also understood to have triggered avalanches on Mount Everest.
 
Mountaineer Alex Gavan tweeted from Mount Pumori, about 8 km (5 miles) west of Mount Everest: "Everest base camp huge earthquake then huge avalanche from pumori. Running for life from my tent. Unhurt. Many many people up the mountain."
 
The quake struck 80km (50 miles) east of the central city of Pokhara, close to the capital, the US Geological Survey said. 
 
Dozens of people with injuries have been brought to Kathmandu's main hospital, with many forced to wait outside on the street for treatment.
 
A number of centuries-old temples have been destroyed and there are unconfirmed reports that the densely-populated city's main airport has closed, according to Sky News' India producer Neville Lazarus.
 
Nepal's Information Minister Minendra Rijal has told India's NDTV station that rescue teams are at the scene.
'Surreal' Moment At Everest Base
Residents have been warned to stay outdoors, with more aftershocks feared.
 
"It was a pretty massive earthquake here, the strongest I've ever felt in my life," photojournalist Nayantara, who is in Pokhara, told Sky News.
 
"We've all gathered on a tennis court which is the only open space available to us close by," she said.
 
"There is quite a lot of damage. The building I was in has quite a lot of cracks in it. There was a construction site right next to us and several of the new ways have fallen and there was an injury."
 
Another witness tweeted: "LOTS of shaking. Hid under table, then ran outside. Still feel like swaying. Cables/walls down."
 
"Lots of panic, people wandering in the streets," @jonk said, adding that people were gathering in the middle of an intersection to avoid falling debris.
According to Sky's Neville Lazarus tremors could be felt in India's capital New Dehli and other northern cities.
 
"For about three to four minutes buildings in Dehli experienced tremors and residents rushed out of their buildings," he said.
 
"Everything was shaking."
 
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi has tweeted: "We are in the process of finding more information and are working to reach out to those affected, both at home & in Nepal."
 
Strong tremors were also felt as far away as Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Courtesy of Sky News
Comment by Yamkin 3 hours ago

Yellowstone Magma Much Vaster
Than Thought 
Scientists have discovered a magma reservoir beneath Yellowstone National Park's super-volcano that's big enough to fill the Grand Canyon more than 11 times over.
 
The gigantic chamber of partly molten rock is four times bigger and much deeper than the previously known cavity just above it.
 
The upper chamber was responsible for three ancient volcanic eruptions that coated much of North America in ash - 2m, 1.2m and 640,000 years ago.
 
Researchers at the University of Utah mapped the new reservoir using seismic tomography.
Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful geyser
Yellowstone's 'Old Faithful' geyser
They say the discovery fills a missing link in the volcanic plumbing system of Yellowstone, which straddles the Wyoming-Idaho-Montana border.
 
Jamie Farrell, a co-author of the study, said: "The magma chamber and reservoir are not getting any bigger than they have been.
"It's just that we can see them better now using new techniques."
 
Scientists said the discovery doesn't increase the risk of an eruption, which is estimated to happen every 700,000 years.
 
According to the US Geological Survey, such a disaster would be extremely unlikely in the next few thousand years.
 
The chance of an eruption is said to be one in 700,000 in any given year.
 
But the Yellowstone super-volcano remains one of the Earth's biggest geological timebombs.
 
The magma reservoir is what fuels Yellowstone's geothermal attractions such as geysers, mudpots, steam vents and hot springs.
 
The lower chamber is 12 to 28 miles (19 to 45km) under Yellowstone.
 
It has a volume of 11,500 cubic miles (48,000 cubic km), or 11.2 times the volume of Arizona's Grand Canyon.
 
The findings were published on Friday in the journal Science.
Courtesy of Sky News
Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 4.8 - NEPAL

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us2000293i#general...

Subject To Change


Depth: 10 km

Distances: 5km (3mi) SE of Panaoti, Nepal
9km (6mi) SSE of Banepa, Nepal
27km (17mi) ESE of Patan, Nepal
28km (17mi) SE of Kathmandu, Nepal
30km (19mi) ESE of Kirtipur, Nepal  

Map showing extent (w,s,e,n) = (80.5502, 22.5458, 90.5502, 32.5458)

Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 5.0 - NEPAL

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us20002939#general...

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Depth: 10 km

Distances: 25km (16mi) S of Kodari, Nepal
40km (25mi) ENE of Banepa, Nepal
43km (27mi) ENE of Panaoti, Nepal
59km (37mi) E of Kathmandu, Nepal
59km (37mi) E of Patan, Nepal  

Map showing extent (w,s,e,n) = (80.9185, 22.7278, 90.9185, 32.7278)

Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 5.5 - NEPAL

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=438555

Subject To Change

Depth: 10 km

Distances: 48 km NE of Kathmandu, Nepal / pop: 1,442,271 / local time: 12:41:34.4 2015-04-25
20 km SW of Kodāri, Nepal / pop: 1,600 / local time: 12:41:34.4 2015-04-25
  
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Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 5.3 - IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=438539

Subject To Change

Depth: 86 km

Distances: 308 km S of Yokohama-shi, Japan / pop: 3,574,443 / local time: 15:35:44.8 2015-04-25
253 km S of Tateyama, Japan / pop: 50,064 / local time: 15:35:44.8 2015-04-25

  
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Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 6.7 - NEPAL

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=438546

Subject To Change

Depth: 15 km

Distances: 90 km NW of Kathmandu, Nepal / pop: 1,442,271 / local time: 12:30:22.1 2015-04-25
87 km NE of Bharatpur, Nepal / pop: 107,157 / local time: 12:30:22.1 2015-04-25

  
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Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

***EXTREME ALERT***


STATE OF EMERGENCY DECLARED IN NEPAL

***BE ALERT***

Comment by Yamkin 4 hours ago

MAGNITUDE 5.1 - NEPAL

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/us2000292w#general...

Subject To Change


Depth: 9 km

Distances: 28km (17mi) SSW of Kodari, Nepal
31km (19mi) ENE of Banepa, Nepal
34km (21mi) ENE of Panaoti, Nepal
49km (30mi) E of Kathmandu, Nepal
49km (30mi) E of Patan, Nepal  

Map showing extent (w,s,e,n) = (80.8182, 22.7239, 90.8182, 32.7239)

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