Earthquakes list September 20, 2010

M 4.9      2010/09/20 21:24    Depth 41.9 km     SOUTHERN ALASKA
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M 4.8      2010/09/20 13:44    Depth 25.5 km     OFF THE COAST OF BIO-BIO, CHILE
Average depth. No problem at this magnitude.

M 4.9      2010/09/20 07:08    Depth 164.8 km     ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA

About 200 km north from the trench and very deep in the mantle of the earth.

M 5.4      2010/09/20 05:42    Depth 28.9 km     OFFSHORE VALPARAISO, CHILE
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M 4.4      2010/09/20 04:05    Depth 10.0 km      OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
Epicenter in a stress zone with multiple (even more powerful) earthquakes since many weeks.
Live seismograph

M 4.8      2010/09/20 03:25    Depth 136.1 km      CATAMARCA, ARGENTINA
As expected deep in the mantle of the earth. No problem.

M 4.9      2010/09/20 03:17    Depth 34.2 km      TAIWAN
Moderate earthquake with an epicenter right on the shores of Hualien county. Building rules in Taiwan are calculated to withstand much more powerful earthquakes. Average depth.

M 4.7      2010/09/20 02:12    Depth 24.9 km      NEAR THE EAST COAST OF KAMCHATKA, RUSSIA
Moderate earthquake in volcano rich Kamchatka

M 4.8      2010/09/20 00:29    Depth 10.0 km      SONORA, MEXICO
Epicneter in the greater area of the powerful earthquake from April 4 and the many aftershocks thereafter.

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