Last night at 16:13 hrs UTC (10:13 pm CST), a magnitude 7.3 (that’s large!) earthquake occurred in the Philippines. This deep quake had a focal point of approximately 613kms. Information regarding damages and losses can be found here—>>
A Teachable Moment: a M7.3 occurred in the Philippines is observed below. Station E1TX is run by TX-ESP and Station WOBC is run by BC-ESP.
On January 03, 2017 at 21:52hrs UTC, a LARGE M6.9 occurred in the small islands of Fiji (yellow arrow points to the first arrival after 22:05hrs UTC). Moderate aftershocks from M4.5 up to 5.7 have been a continuous occurrence since Jan 03. The main quake was ~17kms deep. An attempt was made to extract a seismogram, but the noise-to-signal ratio was very high.
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On December 8, 2016, multiple large earthquakes were recorded at E1TX. The station has seismograms for the M6.5 CA earthquake at 14:49hrs UTC, the main shock at the Solomon Islands at M7.8 at 17:38hrs UTC, and an strong aftershock at SI M6.5 at 21:56hrs UTC.
The files below are separate – a series of audio files for the earlier California quake. The last 3 audio files are the recordings of the main shock, plus all aftershocks, in the Solomon Islands up until 00:00hrs UTC December 9, 2016. Can you distinguish the different wave forms in the audio file?
Nevada: a trio of moderate earthquakes with magnitudes M>5.5 occurred overnight in Hawthorne. None of the earthquakes were deeper than 15kms. The official time of the trio were 08:18, 08:22, and 09:13 hrs UTC (2:18, 2:22 and 3:13 am CST). Station E1TX had clear and defined seismograms for all three events: