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Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.

 
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Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
There has been quite a bit of recent earthquake in Arkansas. In another thread it was mentioned that USGS would put two temporary seismic stations in Central Arkansas.

I recommend taking a look at this page to gain a better understanding of the situation: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

I also recommend looking at this page for a list of EQs in the area: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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This is the thread that mentioned putting two temporary stations in Arkansas: [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

This is a quote from a poster in the GLP monitoring station thread:

"I started a thread on this yesterday. This faultline is more likely to go at any moment than the New Madrid according to the news reports from last year.

This one has been covered with so much silt that they did not find it until sometime in 2008. They found numerous blowholes where liquafaction is taking place and are fearful that it could happen immediately and on the scale of 7 or more. The quakes that have happened have also been very shallow."

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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
The new Madrid is a worry to be sure!
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
There has been quite a bit of recent earthquake in Arkansas. In another thread it was mentioned that USGS would put two temporary seismic stations in Central Arkansas.

I recommend taking a look at this page to gain a better understanding of the situation: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

I also recommend looking at this page for a list of EQs in the area: [link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

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This is the thread that mentioned putting two temporary stations in Arkansas: [link to www.godlikeproductions.com]

This is a quote from a poster in the GLP monitoring station thread:

"I started a thread on this yesterday. This faultline is more likely to go at any moment than the New Madrid according to the news reports from last year.

This one has been covered with so much silt that they did not find it until sometime in 2008. They found numerous blowholes where liquafaction is taking place and are fearful that it could happen immediately and on the scale of 7 or more. The quakes that have happened have also been very shallow."
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Thanks for the INFO.

Oh, well.

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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
But when you look at what goes on in California everyday, the New Madrid looks like nothing. However, it could cause huge damage if it does go off. I'm in north AL and it would definitely cause a lot of structural damage here. I've talked to DH about getting earthquake insurance, but I'm not even sure if it's available around here. If the New Madrid quake happened, we would probably be screwed.
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s LAT
deg LON
deg DEPTH
km Region
MAP 2.6 2009/10/24 09:10:09 35.245 -92.417 5.0 ARKANSAS
MAP 2.6 2009/10/22 22:42:05 35.262 -91.931 0.1 ARKANSAS
MAP 2.6 2009/10/18 17:22:56 34.389 -92.109 29.0 ARKANSAS


Back to 10-degree Map Centered at 35°N, 90°W


Isn't it a little odd that every one of these is the exact same mag?
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
Keep a check on this site also, when large quakes hit anywhere in the world, the graphs should all go black

[link to aslwww.cr.usgs.gov]

That just does not appear to be doing that recently.
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
Keep a check on this site also, when large quakes hit anywhere in the world, the graphs should all go black

[link to aslwww.cr.usgs.gov]

That just does not appear to be doing that recently.
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well, except for the galapagos one
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
Thread: Strange readings on weather radar
What if this funny storm system had moved from Arkansas to Kansas or vice versa. Just linking two and two....
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
Keep a check on this site also, when large quakes hit anywhere in the world, the graphs should all go black

[link to aslwww.cr.usgs.gov]

That just does not appear to be doing that recently.
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When the tsunami hit in 2004, I saw it first on the graphs. EVERY graph was black for days. The earth rings like a bell, but in the last month we've had great earthquakes and there is an activity that shows up, but the graphs are not reacting like before. Is shows up at the locations but the bell has quit ringing and I wonder why?
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
And just today:


MAP 2.5 2009/10/26 12:47:31 35.242 -92.422 0.1 ARKANSAS
MAP 2.7 2009/10/26 11:43:22 36.420 -90.927 16.2 ARKANSAS
MAP 2.9 2009/10/26 11:06:38 18.581 -66.808 12.8 PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP 3.6 2009/10/26 08:55:06 60.017 -152.074 60.0 SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP 3.0 2009/10/26 08:42:01 18.830 -64.874 28.6 VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP 2.7 2009/10/26 07:41:55 32.077 -115.897 0.0 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
MAP 2.9 2009/10/26 02:54:18 35.264 -92.411 0.1 ARKANSAS
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10/26/2009 12:14 PM
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Re: Recent earthquake activity in Arkansas.
This has been going on for some time.
All that shaking is what brings the large diamonds to the surface in Arkansas.
You can check it out for yourself.

Try putting some brazil nuts in a can of peanuts (use a clear jar), shake it and see which way the Brazils go
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