Earthquakes list October 13, 2010

M 4.9      2010/10/13 23:32    Depth 74.5 km     VANUATU
Rather deep and harmless earthquake near the Vanuatu islands of Mota Lava and Vanua Lava

M 4.3      2010/10/13 14:06:    Depth 7.9 km     OKLAHOMA
Unusual moderate earthquake near Oklahoma City
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M 4.6   2010/10/13 10:36    Depth   26.7  km     ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
One of the so many moderate aftershocks in this almost daily shaken part of the world.

M 4.9   2010/10/13 05:59    Depth   24.6   km     MARIANA ISLANDS REGION
Moderate seaquake at a safe distance of Rota, also known as the “peaceful island”. The first European to arrive in Rota (in 1524), was Spanish navigator Juan Sebastian Elcano, who annexed it together with the rest of the Marianas Archipelago on behalf of the Crown of Spain.

M 4.6   2010/10/13 05:40    Depth   13.6   km     NORWEGIAN SEA
Moderate seaquake. Cosest island is Bear Island. Despite its remote location and barren nature, the island has seen commercial activities in past centuries, such as coal mining, fishing and whaling. However, no settlements have lasted more than a few years, and Bear Island is now uninhabited (source Wikipedia)

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