Earthquakes list September 8, 2010

M 5.1      2010/09/08 19:26   Depth 35.0 km     KURIL ISLANDS
Same area than the M 5.5 shock from earlier today.

M 5.5      2010/09/08 17:39   Depth 10.0 km     KURIL ISLANDS

Epicenter in the immediate area of the 1963 Great Kuril Islands Earthquake. The earthquake had a magnitude of 8.5 and was followed by an aftershock of M 7.8. Both earthquakes triggered tsunamis that were observed around the northern part of the Pacific ocean. Luckily, no damage, deaths or injuries are recorded for these two earthquakes or their associated tsunamis. The epicenter of this earthquake was located on the edges of the island arc and the Kamchatka, Kuril trench (see satellite image)

M 4.9      2010/09/08 14:47   Depth 107.7 km     TARAPACA, CHILE
Northern Chilen near the border with Bolivia and Peru.

M 4.6      2010/09/08 14:17   Depth 78.8 km      MICHOACAN, MEXICO
Magnitude / Depth = many people will not have felt this quake

M 4.7      2010/09/08 12:33   Depth 35.1 km     SOUTHERN IRAN
In the desert, close to Ashna. Combination of depth and Magnitude may not lead to problems

M 6.2      2010/09/08 11:37   Depth 54.1 km      VANUATU
Read our extensive report

M 5.0      2010/09/08 10:54   Depth 36.1 km      BOUGAINVILLE REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Faw away out of the coast to be harmless

M 5.3      2010/09/08 08:01   Depth 10.0 km      VANUATU
Almost the same area than the more powerful M 6.2 earthquake of 11:37 (see detailed report above)

M 4.0      2010/09/08 03:58   Depth 10.0 km      GULF OF CALIFORNIA
Just in the middle of the Gulf of California. Closest city Puerto Penasco

M 4.6      2010/09/08 03:05   Depth 563.6 km      FIJI REGION
Near Ono-i-Lau :  a volcanic and coral island in Fiji’s Lau archipelago. In the earth’s mantle

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