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Oklahoma Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Perry

Posted: March 23rd, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Oklahoma Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Perry

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A 4.0 Oklahoma earthquake today 2015 has struck Perry. The Oklahoma earthquake today March 23, 2015 began moments ago. And it followed several quakes struck the state today including near Medford, Crescent, and Chandler. Damage assessment is pending.

USGS indicates to news that a 4.0 Oklahoma earthquake today struck just after 5.27 pm PST today. The quake is the second 4.0 temblor to strike the state today. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that it started four KM below ground leave. The quake was seven miles east of Perry. It was seventeen miles north of Stillwater, twenty-five miles south of Ponca City, thirty-five miles east of Guthrie and sixty-three mile east of Oklahoma City.

Strong quakes have been hitting the state since 2012. In July a 3.0 magnitude quake struck roughly sixty miles east of Oklahoma City, centered north of Interstate 50. The quake was west of Henryetta and Okemah, south of Prague, and north of Wewoka and Holdenville. And in June, a 3.3 magnitude quake began four miles north of Choctaw, and five miles northeast of Nicoma Park. USGS also reported news that the quake was sixteen miles north east of Oklahoma City and one hundred ninety miles from Dallas, Texas.

UGSS tell news today “Most earthquakes in North America east of the Rockies occur as faulting within bedrock, usually miles deep. Few earthquakes east of the Rockies, however, have been definitely linked to mapped geologic faults, in contrast to the situation at plate boundaries such as California’s San Andreas fault system, where scientists can commonly use geologic evidence to identify a fault that has produced a large earthquake and that is likely to produce large future earthquakes.” They add “Scientists who study eastern and central North America earthquakes often work from the hypothesis that modern earthquakes occur as the result of slip on preexisting faults that were formed in earlier geologic eras and that have been reactivated under the current stress conditions.”







Mexico Earthquake 2015 Today: Terremoto Strikes Near Puebla

Posted: March 20th, 2015 in Earthquake, Mexico by LALATE

Mexico Earthquake 2015 Today: Terremoto Strikes Near Puebla

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Mexico earthquake 2015 today has struck near Puebla. The terremoto en Mexico hoy, a 5.3 temblor, struck today March 20, 2015. It followed a comparable sized quaked in Nicaragua earlier today.

The terremoto en Mexico hoy began moments ago. Officials tell news that the quake started at 3:30 pm PST. The quake had a depth of 53 km below ground level. Reps tell news that the quake was five miles west of Tulcingo. It was sixteen miles east of Chiaulta. It was also thirty-one miles south of Atencingo and one hundred one miles south of Mexico City.

The country has been the subject of countless quakes since 2013. But most of them have been in the Oaxaca region, near Acapulco. In March 2013, one quake started thirty-four miles southeast of Ometepec, Guerrero. It was also seventy-seven miles southwest of Tlaxiaco, Oaxaca and roughly one hundred miles east of Acapulco at the time. In April last year, a 6.3 magnitude quake struck the same region. It was also roughly one hundred miles southeast of Chilpancingo, Guerrero and the same distance from Acapulco. The temblor began only two hundred miles from Mexico City.

USGS tell news “Mexico has a long history of destructive earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In September 1985, a magnitude 8.1 earthquake killed more than 9,500 people in Mexico City. In southern Mexico, Volcán de Colima and El Chichón erupted in 2005 and 1982, respectively. Paricutín volcano, west of Mexico City, began venting smoke in a cornfield in 1943; a decade later this new volcano had grown to a height of 424 meters. Popocatépetl and Ixtaccíhuatl volcanos (“smoking mountain” and “white lady”, respectively), southeast of Mexico City, occasionally vent gas that can be clearly seen from the City, a reminder that volcanic activity is ongoing.” THey add “In 1994 and 2000 Popocatépetl renewed its activity forcing the evacuation of nearby towns, causing seismologists and government officials to be concerned about the effect a large-scale eruption might have on the heavily populated region. Popocatépetl volcano last erupted in 2010″.






Red Sismica de Puerto Rico 2015 Reports Early Morning Earthquakes

Posted: March 17th, 2015 in Earthquake, Red Sismica by LALATE

Red Sismica de Puerto Rico 2015 Reports Series of Early Morning Quakes

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Red Sismica de Puerto Rico 2015 is reporting a series of earthquakes striking off the island today. The latest terremoto en Puerto Rico hoy struck moments ago north of San Juan. Damage assessment is pending.

USGS and Red Sismica de Puerto Rico report that roughly three quakes have struck in recent hours. The latest hit overnight north of San Juan and registered a 3.4 magnitude today March 17, 2015. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that it started only seven miles below sea level. As a result the quake could be felt to the south. It started 86 miles north of San Juan and 87 miles north of Dorado and Levittown. The quake was also eighty-six miles north of San Juan, officials tell news.

Several strong quakes have been hitting the region in recent months. In January 2015, a 6.5 magnitude quake hit. Before that, in September 2012, a 4.1 magnitude quake struck seventy-five miles northwest of Isabela. The quake was also northwest of Caban. Officials reported to news at the time that the quake was roughly one hundred miles from La Romana, Dominican Republic. The quake’s epicenter, additionally, was only one hundred twenty-miles from San Juan.

USGS tells news that “Extensive diversity and complexity of tectonic regimes characterizes the perimeter of the Caribbean plate, involving no fewer than four major plates (North America, South America, Nazca, and Cocos). Inclined zones of deep earthquakes (Wadati-Benioff zones), ocean trenches, and arcs of volcanoes clearly indicate subduction of oceanic lithosphere along the Central American and Atlantic Ocean margins of the Caribbean plate, while crustal seismicity in Guatemala, northern Venezuela, and the Cayman Ridge and Cayman Trench indicate transform fault and pull-apart basin tectonics.”

Los Angeles Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Pico Rivera

Posted: March 10th, 2015 in Earthquake, Los Angeles by LALATE

Los Angeles Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Pico Rivera

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A light Los Angeles earthquake 2015 today has struck Pico Rivera. The Los Angeles earthquake today March 10, 2015 began within the hour. No damage is expected.

USGS indicates to news that a 1.4 magnitude Los Angeles earthquake today hit just after 11:05 am PST. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that it started 9 km below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region.

The Los Angeles earthquake was centered in West Whittier. It was one mile east of Pico Rivera, two miles west of South Whittier and two miles north of Santa Fe Springs. The same region produced several quakes back in March of 2010. A 4.4 magnitude quake hit that region and struck 11.7 miles below ground level. It was centered in Pico Rivera. It started two miles southeast of Montebello, three miles west of Whittier Narrows, and five miles from Downey. It was also about twenty miles east of Los Angeles.

In November 2013 one quake hit south of Downey, Inglewood, Gardena and El Segundo. It was east of Hermosa Beach and Manhattan Beach, west of Lakewood. It also began north of Palos Verdes, Long Beach and San Pedro. In August 2012 another quake struck approximately twelve miles from El Segundo and caused shaking in Torrance fourteen miles to the west. The quake was twenty-five miles from Los Angeles’ downtown.

Palm Springs Earthquake 2015 Today Hits Southern California

Posted: March 8th, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Palm Springs Earthquake 2015 Today Hits Southern California

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A Palm Springs earthquake 2015 today has hit Southern California moments ago. The Palm Springs earthquake today March 8, 2015 began moments ago. No damage is expected.

USGS indicates to news that a 2.7 magnitude Palm Springs neighboring earthquake today hit just after 6:05 pm PST. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that the quake started just three miles below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the vicinity. Reps tell news that the quake was fourteen miles south of 29 Palms. It was seventeen miles east of Indio and nineteen miles northeast of Coachella. It was also twenty-four miles east of Palm Desert and roughly two hundred miles west of Phoenix.

Several quakes have been striking near the Corona, Riverside and San Bernardino area in recent months. In October 2013, a 2.9 magnitude quake started west of Moreno Valley and San Bernardino. That quake was west of Perris, east of Torrance, southeast of Los Angeles. It also began north of Oceanside and Escondido. The quake was northeast of Irvine, north of Mission Viejo and east of Anaheim and Fullerton, reps told news at the time.

In 2011, a moderate 3.9 magnitude earthquake struck six miles outside of Borrego Springs. The quake was north of Ocotillo Wells and roughly forty-miles south of Palm Springs. The quake was also thirty-three miles from Indio and roughly sixty miles from San Diego. In April 2014 another quake targeted east of 29 Palms, California as well. hat quake started in the afternoon hours and registered a 3.3 magnitude.








































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