Earthquakes list September 10, 2010

M 4.5      2010/09/10 23:28   Depth 59.6 km      NEAR THE COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Light earthquake 89 km from Sendai out in the sea

M 4.8      2010/09/10 17:24   Depth 14.1 km      BANGLADESH

Moderate earthquake only 45 km from the capital Dhaka

M 4.5      2010/09/10 10:23   Depth 10.0 km      SAMOA ISLANDS REGION
Weak harmless earthquake

M 4.8      2010/09/10 07:31   Depth 10.1 km      WEST OF MACQUARIE ISLAND
In the middle of the Southern Ocean between Tasmania and Antarctica

M 3.5   2010/09/10   00:09   Depth 30 km  STRAIT OF GIBRALTAR
Weak earthquake in the coastal waters of the Portugal / Spain border area

seismograph - recordingUseful information to read this daily earthquake list
This earthquake list covers minor and major earthquakes in the world.
If a more detailed page is present, the earthquake line will be linked to the detailed page.
For your comfort, we will provide in most cases Google Satellite Map links to give you an idea where the earthquake struck, which terrain it happened and if villages or cities are located in the immediate vicinity. The reference for the time zone is UTC (Coordinated Universal Time, also called GMT)
The page is regularly updated to add new earthquakes.
green color = NOT dangerous for damage or injuries
orange color = MODERATE risk for damage or injuries
red color = CONSIDERABLE risk for damage or injuries

QuakeSOS has been developed to help actively people who are caught in an earthquake + delivers "Earthquake Report" information on your iPhoneQuakeSOS is a FREE iPhone application developed by Armand Vervaeck, the creator and main contributor to Earthquake Report. The Application simplifies immediate group communication to friends and family members (with your exact GPS location) and is constantly feeding the users with “Earthquake Report” news. Together with your own family and friends, QuakeSOS will be your closest earthquake friend.

Christchurch aftershocks : Know what to do before, during and after

Below we publish The New Zealand Government preparedness measures for earthquakes.
In the event of a major aftershock, people should read these measures again and again. They can save your life.
These preparedness measures also apply for the entire world. There is no difference in between an earthquake in New Zealand or Japanese.

You can take some simple steps to reduce the danger to yourself,  your family, and property when earthquakes occur.

1. Before an earthquake

• Identify safe places very close to you at home, school or workplace, such as under a sturdy table, or next to an interior wall.
• Develop a Household Emergency Plan and have emergency survival items so that you can cope on your own for at least three days
• Protect property – secure objects and your homes and keep insurance up to date

2. During an earthquake

• Move no more than a few steps to a safe place, drop, cover, and hold on.
• Do not attempt to run outside
• If outside, move no more than a few steps to a safe place, drop, cover, and hold
• If in a lift, stop at the nearest floor and get out
• If you are driving, pull over to the side of the road. Stay in the vehicle until the shaking stops

Prepare for an earthquake

3. After an earthquake

• Expect aftershocks and help those around you if you can
• Report injuries or fires to the emergency services (dial 111).
• Put out small fires. Evacuate the building if the fires cannot be controlled.
• Listen to the radio for advice and information.
• If your property is damaged, take notes or photos for the loss adjustor.
• Do not go sightseeing and stay out of damaged buildings

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