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SEMerc  
#41 Posted : 10 January 2018 03:22:42(UTC)
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7.6 off the coast of Honduras. Possible tsunami impacting Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

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#42 Posted : 23 January 2018 10:14:23(UTC)
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8.0 off the coast of Alaska. Tsunami alert
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#43 Posted : 23 January 2018 14:35:47(UTC)
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Alert now removed.

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#44 Posted : 23 January 2018 14:48:11(UTC)
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Low risk of more than a local tsunami because earthquake was 'strike-slip' i.e. two plates moving horizontally past each other so no displacing large amounts of water.

His Majestie asked me whether that weather was usual in our Island. I told him that in 40 years I never knew the like before. (Charles II talking to his jailer in Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight (the 'Island'))
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#45 Posted : 26 January 2018 16:06:38(UTC)
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#46 Posted : 06 February 2018 19:38:58(UTC)
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A powerful quake struck Taiwan today (06/02/2018);

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-42966916.

 

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#47 Posted : 17 February 2018 12:01:06(UTC)
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Having a busy time up in GrImsey. North Iceland.

 

Grímsey earthquake swarm
- 16.2.2018


Earthquake swarms are happening frequently in the vicinity of Grímsey. An earthquake swarm about 10-12 km North-East of Grímsey started on February 14. As of noon on February 16, over 1000 earthquakes have been detected.

Click on table link below.

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#48 Posted : 17 February 2018 14:43:15(UTC)
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I take it the rest of the western side of UK felt that?

I think it's centred in S. Wales?

EDIT: Swansea , 4.9

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#49 Posted : 17 February 2018 14:46:10(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Gray-Wolf Go to Quoted Post

I take it the rest of the western side of UK felt that?

I think it's centred in S. Wales?

Yes, you’re right GW!

https://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=649041 

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#50 Posted : 17 February 2018 14:55:06(UTC)
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Didn't feel anything here. Must be too far away.

I slept through the 2008 one so I have yet to experience what an earthquake feels like.

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Whitkirk, Leeds - 85m ASL.
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#51 Posted : 17 February 2018 15:00:01(UTC)
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Weren't we warned 2018 might see an uptick in quakes?

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#52 Posted : 17 February 2018 15:00:19(UTC)
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#53 Posted : 17 February 2018 16:43:56(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Gray-Wolf Go to Quoted Post

I take it the rest of the western side of UK felt that?

I think it's centred in S. Wales?

EDIT: Swansea , 4.9

I’m told it was felt here although I was driving at the time so I didn’t feel it.

Market Warsop, North Nottinghamshire.

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#54 Posted : 17 February 2018 19:42:06(UTC)
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We were driving back from Poole so never noticed anything. Apparently quite obvious in Weymouth area.

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#55 Posted : 17 February 2018 20:54:38(UTC)
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North Coast of Cornwall rocked a little....I was on my bike thought it was my balance!!
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#56 Posted : 18 February 2018 00:27:44(UTC)
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No reports from anyone I know in Dublin, as yet.

Early days though.

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#57 Posted : 18 February 2018 09:01:41(UTC)
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Saw a map on the news last night showing locations of earthquake reports - didn't notice Dublin as I was too busy scanning the south coast for the brief time it was shown. But on the south coast, reports as far east as Southampton and Winchester and all points west from there to Cornwall. Nothing noticed here in West Sussex.

His Majestie asked me whether that weather was usual in our Island. I told him that in 40 years I never knew the like before. (Charles II talking to his jailer in Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight (the 'Island'))
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#58 Posted : 18 February 2018 10:40:49(UTC)
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With the magnitude of 4.4, it was a significant earthquake. Some damage has been reported in Bristol;

https://www.bristolpost.co.uk/news/bristol-news/earthquake-police-confirm-several-buildings-1228487.

 

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#59 Posted : 18 February 2018 12:11:25(UTC)
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No Wurzle Mangles knocked over "ere!!!!. 

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Others just get wet.

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#60 Posted : 18 February 2018 20:35:53(UTC)
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Neath quake felt right down to the south coast if the reports in the link are accurate. Impressive.

Bertie, Itchen Valley.

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