Monday 29 August 2016

Bullseye: A massive mag 7.1 hits the centre of the Atlantic directly on the Equator

Whats the chance of massive mag 7.1 quake hitting the centre of the Atlantic Ocean directly on the Equator?
Well it happened this morning, a mag 7.1 - North of Ascension Island rocked the Romanche Fracture Zone, which is in the middle of the Atlantic and crosses the Equator.
NOAA have issued no watch, warning, or advisory details for a tsunami.
Todays major quake is the 13th of August, however three of these have been mag 7+'s.
It is also the 93rd major quake of 2016 and the 11th 7+ér.

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A massive magnitude 7.4 strikes South Georgia Island region

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A magnitude 6.0 - Off the coast of Aisen, Chile is the sixth major quake of July

A mag 6.4 - 128km SE of Lorengau, Papua New Guinea is the 5th major quake of the month

A mag 6.2 - 66km WNW of Diego de Almagro Chile is only the fourth major quake of July

San Andreas Fault rocking and rolling as hundreds of tremors strike since Sunday night!

A mag 6.0 - 76km NNW of Isangel, Vanuatu is only the third major quake of July

A mag 6.3 - rocks New Zealand with two large aftershock's of mag 5.7 and a large foreshock of mag 5.7

A magnitude 6.3 - 32km NW of Rosa Zarate, Ecuador is the first major quake of July

Major quakes not on the increase in 2016...An ave 72 half way through the year

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