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PostPosted: Wed Mar 14, 2012 5:19 am    Post subject: JAPAN earthquakes, volcanoes  Reply with quote

6.8 earthquake JAPAN
Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 07:08:37 PM at epicenter
Depth  -  26.6 km (16.5 miles)

6.8 magnitude earthquake shakes Japan, regional tsunami advisories issued
A strong earthquake has shaken northern Japan, and regional tsunami advisories have been issued.
The Japan Meteorological Agency said Wednesday evening's earthquake was 6.8 preliminary magnitude off the coast. A tsunami of about a half-meter was expected for Aomori and Iwate prefectures.
Iwate was in the region heavily damaged by last year's earthquake and tsunami.
The epicenter was about 146 miles south of Kushiro, Japan, on Hokkaido, Japan's northern island. It was a relatively shallow 16 miles from the ocean floor.

Major quake-tsunaim March 2011 here

JAPAN  earthquakes, volcanoes Prior to 2012

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JAPAN went into the sea
I saw Japan on a fault, it started to go into the sea.
I couldn't hear screaming, but I could see the surprised look on their faces.
They looked so surprised.  In a minute or two it seemed over.
Everybody was gone. There was nobody left.

A Great Earthquake coming to America
Michael Boldea dream, San Francisco

New Madrid fault, Missouri

Earthquakes coming to United States
Pastor David Wilkerson, The Vision 1974 Chapter 2  (edit)
The United States is going to experience one the most tragic earthquakes in its history. It will be the biggest most disastrous earthquake in history. It will cause widespread panic and fear. A Japan quake may precede this.  I am not convinced that this earthquake will be in California, but where it is least expected, in an area not known as an earthquake belt. It will be so high on the Richter scale that it will trigger 2 other major earthquakes.

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Small tsunami hits Japan after 6.9 quake
March 14, 2012  A small tsunami hit Japan's northeastern coastline on Wednesday, officials said, after a strong earthquake rocked the region almost exactly a year on from the country's worst post-war natural disaster.
A 6.9-magnitude quake struck 26.6 kilometres (16 miles) below the seabed off the northern island of Hokkaido in the Pacific at 6:08 pm local time (0908 GMT), the US Geological Survey said.
It was followed by a 20 centimetre (eight inch) tsunami which had prompted local authorities to issue an evacuation warning for coastal residents before it hit land.
The waves hit several locations in Hokkaido as well as Aomori prefecture, which was one of the areas in Japan's northeast devastated by last year's disaster.
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6.4 quake Japan
June 17, 2012  251 miles NNE of TOKYO, Japan
Quake of 6.4 magnitude strikes 72 miles off Japan
A 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Japan early on Monday.
The epicenter was 72 miles southeast of Morioka on Japan’s Pacific coast.
The depth of the earthquake was 31.8 km (19.Cool below the ocean floor.
It was 252 miles NNE of Tokyo.
USGS put the quake 115 km (72 miles) southeast of Morioka on Japan's Pacific coast, and 25 miles deep.

10,000 earthworms found dead in a parking lot of 250m2 North Japan
Aug. 2012
-  In Komatsu city Ishikawa, more than 10,000 earthworms found dead in a parking lot. Ishikawa prefecture is facing Japan / Korea sea.

Mr. Kobayashi is living near the parking lot. He comments he found earthworms dead in the evening of 8/5/2012. It kept increasing and now it’s scattered around in the 250 m2 of the area.
There are about 500 dead worms in the space for one car. Because 16 cars can park there, more than 10,000 worms are dead in the whole area including the passageway.

Former director of insects museum visited the place to comment it is rare to see this many worms dead at once. It’s an ordinary type of earthworm. He assumes they came from the near greenery to the parking lot for water because of the intense heat and died there.

Citizens nearby the area talks, “I haven’t seen such a thing. Is this because of the intense heat ?” or “It may increase more.”

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6.2 magnitude earthquake occurs off Japan’s eastern coast

The U.S. Geological Survey reports that early Tuesday morning local time, a magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit off of Japan’s eastern coast. Originating from a depth of 9.7 kilometers (6 miles), it was centered about 96 kilometers (60 miles) off the coast of Miyako, Iwate Prefecture, in the northeast region of the country that was struck by the devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 11th, 2011. There have been no reports of damages or signs of approaching tsunami.

In comparison from Tokyo, the 6.2 magnitude quake was about 550 kilometers (342 miles) from the capital city. Neither the Japan Meteorological Agency or the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center issued tsunami warnings or advisories on Tuesday as it wasn’t necessary. Geophysicist Gerard Fryer, with the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center, says the quake was too small to generate any kind of tsunami, but the residents of northeastern Japan would surely have felt it.

The quake probably gave some frightful flashbacks to those of Japan’s Tohoku region who survived last year’s disaster. The tsunami disaster that took tens of thousands of lives and washed away entire coastal cities was caused by a magnitude 9.0 earthquake just over a year and a half ago, and led to the world’s worst nuclear crisis in 25 years in Fukushima Prefecture.
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PostPosted: Fri Dec 07, 2012 6:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

7.3 Japan earthquake off NE Japan
This is offshore of the Fukushima plant.  Media carefully avoiding saying that.
Dec 7, 2012  
A 7.3 magnitude quake has struck off Japan east coast, buildings swayed violently in Tokyo.
A one-metre wave hit Miyagi Prefecture which was hit by an earthquake and tsunami in March 2011.
There have been no reports of deaths or injuries.

7.3 and 6.2 magnitude earthquakes strike off east coast of Japan
Japan earthquake triggers Fukushima fears
A strong quake centered off northeastern Japan shook buildings as far away as Tokyo on Friday and triggered a one-meter tsunami in an area devastated by 2011 Fukushima disaster.
The quake had a preliminary magnitude of 7.3 and thousands of coastal residents were ordered to evacuate to higher ground.
Workers at the plant were ordered to move to safety.  TEPCO operator of the Fukushima nuclear plant reported no irregularities at its nuclear plants.
All but two of Japan’s 50 nuclear reactors have been idled since the Fukushima disaster as the government reviews safety.
All Miyagi trains halted operations and Sendai airport closed its runway.
There are vast areas of Ishinomaki that still have not been cleaned up since 2011 tsunami. Many houses lie in ruins, full of rubble.
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7.4  Japan aftershock
Dec. 11, 2012
Gov’t now says it was 2 quakes at same time
   [...] Earthquake Research Committee of the government announced it was two continuous earthquakes which are separated. According to the analysis of meteorological agency and Earthquake Research Institute of the University of Tokyo, the first earthquake was reverse fault type from the inside of the pacific plate, and 10~20 seconds later, the second one occurred, which was normal fault type. Japan meteorological agency comments it was really a complicated mechanism.

5.0-magnitude earthquake reported in Izu Islands, Japan region - USGS
21 Dec 2012
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Magnitude 6.2 quake jolts eastern Japan, no tsunami warning
Feb 25, 2013
- An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.2 jolted eastern Japan on Monday, public broadcaster NHK said, adding that no tsunami warning had been issued.
The quake also shook buildings in Tokyo, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. Tokyo Electric Power Co said there were no reports of irregularities at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in north-eastern Japan or at its other nuclear facilities.

2013 April 24 00:37:36 UTC

Mag 6.0 - 52km NE of Namie, Japan
2013-05-18 05:47:59 UTC

Aug 4, 2013 - 5.8 quake JAPAN not far from bad nuclear plant, common but not good

Sept. 4, 2013
The northern Pacific areas of BC, Alaskan islands over to Southern Japan islands are having strong earthquakes.
This is worth noticing.
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Volcanic Blast Births New Island in Japan
November 2013
Ash and lava fragments blasting out of the ocean announced the birth of a new volcanic island about 620 miles (1,000 kilometers) south of Tokyo in the Pacific Ocean.
The black cone is the newest member of the Bonin Islands, a chain of tropical and subtropical islands created by volcanic eruptions that includes Iwo Jima.

The eruption was heralded by several moderate earthquakes (around magnitude 4.5) on Nov. 18. Billowing steam and boiling seas appeared on Nov. 20 as the island raised above the sea offshore of Nishino-shima, a small island that marks the summit of a massive underwater volcano, according to the Japanese Coast Guard, which monitored the eruption by air. [Stunning Pictures: Japan's New Volcanic Island]

New island off Japan keeps growing and growing
December, 2013
A volcanic eruption 600 miles south of Tokyo has created a new island, a 14-acre mass along the western edge of the “Ring of Fire” in the South Pacific. And far from sinking back into the sea, this bundle of joy looks like its here to stay.

The island is named Niijima and sits off the coast of Nishino-shima, a small, uninhabited island in the "Ring of Fire" chain of volcanoes in the western Pacific. It first appeared in late November, when heavy black smoke, ash and rocks exploded from the seas and steam poured forth from the eruption.

New images released by NASA show that the island looks likely to stay, unlike past tiny bits of territory that have appeared and later disappeared, according to Yoshihide Suga, Japan's chief government spokesman.

"This has happened before and in some cases the islands disappeared," Yoshihide Suga said when asked if the government was planning on naming the new island.
"If it becomes a full-fledged island, we would be happy to have more territory."

According to news reports, Niijima is still erupting and growing. Scientists from the Japan Meteorological Agency think the island is large enough to survive for at least several years, if not permanently, NASA said. By early December, the island had grown to 56,000 square meters (13.8 acres), about three times its initial size. It stands 20 to 25 meters above the sea level.
The new island sits about a third of a mile from Nishino-shima, another volcanic island that last erupted and expanded in 1973–74, NASA said.

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Japan 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake
Oct 25, 2013
 Japan Hit By 7.5 Magnitude Earthquake off Fukushima Coast.
Japan declared a tsunami warning for the Fukushima nuclear site.
The quake hit at 2:10 a.m. Saturday Tokyo time 170 miles off Fukushima.

Francisco Brings More Than a Foot of Rain to Japan

And a typhoon passed over Japan a copule weeks ago.

M5.1 - Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan
Oct. 25, 2013

(BETA) 2013-10-25 17:57:39 UTC

M4.8 - Off the east coast of Honshu, Japan (BETA)
2013-10-25 19:02:58 UTC

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