Earthquakes list September 1, 2010

M 4.8      2010/09/01 21:37   Depth 536.3 km FIJI REGION
Very deep moderate earthquake

M 4.4      2010/09/01 16:42   Depth 54.2 km SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
Not powerful enough to cause problems

M 4.8      2010/09/01 14:34   Depth 35.0 km VANUATU
Aftershock from the Vanuatu massive earthquake from August 10 (M 7.3)

M 4.7      2010/09/01 12:24   Depth 66.8 km EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Almost on the airport strip of Sialum and Konge.  Luckily only M 4.7 because the area would be very dangerous because of a lot of villages and activity

M 4.4      2010/09/01 11:13   Depth 27.4 km SIMEULUE, INDONESIA
Close to the shores of the island of Simeulue, but not dangerous with this Magnitude

M 5.0      2010/09/01 07:32   Depth 38.4 km NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Depending on the data source 38 to 60 km depth.
Out in the sea and about 30 km from Kinkasan Island and Oshika Peninsula.

M 4.2      2010/09/01 05:41   Depth 163.0 km DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
Looks moderately powerful, but due to the depth will have been hardly felt. Although the quake occurred under land at only 45 km from La Romana and Juan Dolio areas, a region full with holiday resorts.

M 4.9      2010/09/01 02:57   Depth 157.3 km MARIANA ISLANDS REGION
Deep aftershock

M 5.1      2010/09/01 01:46   Depth 40.3 km NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Aftershock out of the coast in the subduction area

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