A Folding Pacific Watch (#3 in 7 of 10)

As per http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/7-of-10-sequence:

The 7 of 10 sequence is as follows:

  • (1) a tipping Indo-Australia Plate with (2) Indonesia sinking,
  • (3) a folding Pacific allowing (4) S America to roll,
  • (5) a tearing of the south Atlantic Rift allowing (6) Africa to roll and (7) the floor of the Mediterranean to drop,
  • (8) great quakes in Japan followed by (9) the New Madrid adjustment,
  • (10) which is followed almost instantly by the tearing of the north Atlantic Rift with consequent European tsunami.

Note the wording:  a folding Pacific allowing S America to roll.  We have witnessed increasingly active and violent seismic and volcanic activity in the western Pacific from the Kuril Islands south along the Ring of Fire down through New Zealand(1 and 2), including the collapse of the Mariana Trench.  We have witnessed flooding and increasingly active and violent seismic and volcanic activity in S America from the tip of the continent north toward Venezuela (4) for quite a while.  Now the northern edge of the Pacific is joining the party, including Alaska and even the eastern edge of Siberia.

Howard's blog, Folding Pacific Plates, provides extensive detail on the process here:  http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/folding-pacific-plates

This link depicts current volcanic activity, also noted in a separate blog on this ning:  http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/erupting_volcanoes.html

An excerpt from http://zetatalk.com/info/tinfx095.htm in Troubled Times pertaining to Vancouver Island states the following:

Vancouver Island has added drama as the Juan de Fuca plate will separate under the pressure of subduction and act as a separate entity from both the North America and the Pacific plates. This is the reason for the island having been created in the first place, during prior shifts. Because activity is compression, with the Juan de Fuca plate and the North American plates riding over plates sliding under, legends relay hot earth and boiling rivers.

Buoy 46419, off the southwestern edge of Vancouver Island, has been in nearly continuous tsunami event mode since February 27, 2012.   http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/

This graph represents 12/1/2011-3/29/2012.  Note the buoy height consistency until the activity abruptly commences on February 27.  There has been a variance of nearly 70 meters recorded by the buoy.

This graph represents 2/27/2012-3/29/2012.

Here is just the last fourteen days:

Seismic activity is increasing all along the western United States and down into Mexico, as evidenced by the 7.1 magnitude Guerrero earthquake.  Courtesy Google Earth, note these aspects in the following depiction: the location of Buoy 46419 directly west of Vancouver Island, sitting atop the red and yellow zig-zag of the tectonic plate boundary running alongside the Washington and Oregon coastlines, the red, orange and yellow dots of earthquakes having occurred in the last week only, and the volcanoes noted both in the ocean along the fault line and inland on the Cascade Range.  Of note is Interstate 5, which runs from the Canadian Border south to Mexico.  Other major interstate routes are also marked. 

 Note below how the San Andreas Fault runs northeast to meet the Mendocino fracture zone, historically a highly active seismic area, shown in the map below.

                 From Wikipedia:               

Alaska is also experiencing increasing swarms in their northern Ring of Fire location, with 347 recorded earthquakes in the last week.  Note the red line of the tectonic plate.

The swarms shown at the bottom of the map run along the San Andreas Fault.  There has also been increased activity in the seismically active central California area.

All%20Earthquakes%20in%20California-Nevada%20Map%20Area.pdf

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Comment by bill on August 22, 2012 at 5:40am

Remote Alaska volcano has small eruption

Published: Monday, Aug. 20, 2012 - 3:16 pm

There has been a small eruption from a remote Alaska volcano.

The Alaska Volcano Observatory says in a release that satellite imagery showed a low-level ash cloud from Cleveland Volcano on Sunday.

Officials say the cloud dispersed over several hours as it tracked to the southeast, and there were no reports of it from nearby mariners or pilots.

The alert level for the volcano was raised in June after a brief eruption and a pilot reporting an ash cloud rising to 35,000 feet. There's no real-time monitoring network at the 5,675-foot volcano, which is on an uninhabited island about 940 miles southwest of Anchorage.

The observatory says additional eruptions are still possible with little warning, and ash clouds 20,000 feet above sea level are possible.



Comment by bill on August 22, 2012 at 5:28am

Magnitude 5.6 quake hits off coast of Washington state

Sun Aug 19, 2012 8:52am EDT

(Reuters) - A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck off the coast of the West Coast state of Washington on Sunday, the United States Geological Survey said.

The depth was reported at 6.3 miles and the quake was located 190 miles west of Neah Bay, the USGS said. There was no immediate statement from the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii on the quake

Comment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff on April 21, 2012 at 11:53am

Yes, looks like it´s continuing - great catch, Howard..:

Five-day plot of water level at 52406

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=52406

MEANWHILE, we have Buoy 54401 North of Auckland adrift :

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=54401 with the following message attached :

Buoy hull 2.6D37 from DART station 54401 went adrift after 4/3/2012 1305Z. Last report from its moored position was 4/3/2012 1315Z. It is no longer providing water column height or tsunami event data. It will be restored into service when it can be recovered and then worked into the maintenance schedule.

See here for latest positions

Important Notice to Mariners

right as we now have this 4.9 Kermadec quake :

Global view

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=263237


And also :

Buoy hull 2.6D45 from DART station 51426 (in the SW Pacific) has gone adrift between 11/1/11 1305Z and 11/2/11 0113Z and is no longer providing water column height or Tsunami event data . It will be restored into service when it can be recovered  and worked into the maintenance schedule .

click here to see the latest positions

Important Notice to Mariners

That´s the http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=51426 still not working..

Plus Fiji Basin Buoy also adrift/not re-deployed for over a year 

Tasman Sea 2 and Coral Sea 2, also no data since April 17th of this year . 

Indian Ocean 1+2 and Bali buoys show tilt/sink, corroborating the data from 52406 :

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=56001

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=56003

http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/station_page.php?station=56001  

interesting that so many buoys had incidents around April 17th this year


Comment by Howard on April 20, 2012 at 7:01pm

It appears the ocean floor beneath buoy 52406 has risen by approximately one meter.

Comment by Howard on April 19, 2012 at 9:22pm

Buoy 52406 northeast of Australia showing a sudden drop in water column height.

Comment by Fea on April 17, 2012 at 5:24pm

Pacific Rim earthquakes >mag 4 (USGS) in the last three days.

17-APR-2012 06:14:38 43.17 -126.44 4.2 10.0 OFF COAST OF OREGON
17-APR-2012 04:25:02 38.35 142.21 4.9 40.0 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
17-APR-2012 04:03:17 -32.63 -71.62 5.1 36.6 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
17-APR-2012 03:50:14 -32.69 -71.45 6.7 25.9 NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE
16-APR-2012 10:23:25 28.78 -113.00 4.7 10.0 GULF OF CALIFORNIA
16-APR-2012 10:10:48 39.07 29.00 4.5 9.4 TURKEY
16-APR-2012 05:23:33 53.13 -161.86 4.4 10.1 SOUTH OF ALASKA
16-APR-2012 03:27:42 24.09 -108.81 5.0 10.3 GULF OF CALIFORNIA
15-APR-2012 16:35:44 38.69 142.79 4.5 43.1 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
15-APR-2012 14:29:01 39.94 142.11 4.5 65.0 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
15-APR-2012 10:36:51 37.10 141.15 4.7 20.2 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
15-APR-2012 08:05:42 41.28 143.12 4.4 45.5 HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
15-APR-2012 05:32:15 17.38 -91.02 4.6 19.1 MEXICO-GUATEMALA BORDER REGION
15-APR-2012 04:06:36 24.98 127.04 4.9 14.0 SOUTHEAST OF RYUKYU ISLANDS
15-APR-2012 02:48:59 10.03 -103.74 4.4 10.0 NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE
14-APR-2012 23:49:25 -36.24 -97.13 5.0 10.0 WEST CHILE RISE
14-APR-2012 19:26:41 -6.86 105.37 5.9 47.9 SUNDA STRAIT
14-APR-2012 15:13:11 49.36 155.68 5.6 63.8 KURIL ISLANDS
14-APR-2012 15:04:56 37.11 141.22 4.5 51.2 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
14-APR-2012 10:48:53 37.10 141.25 4.7 45.7 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
14-APR-2012 09:25:13 36.85 141.07 4.9 22.7 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
14-APR-2012 08:46:11 37.02 141.24 4.3 66.2 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Comment by wanderer on April 15, 2012 at 11:46pm

In a series of recent similar events, yet another boat has been overturned.

One Dead, Four Missing After US Yacht Race

38 Foot yacht turned over by large waves.

Having researched several articles, this was a very experienced crew and conditions were considered normal. Waves were registered between 10-12 feet but the size of the actual waves that overturned the yacht not included. However those must have been pretty large waves!

Comment by Fea on April 13, 2012 at 6:34pm

Comment by bill on Tuesday 4/10/2012

Magnitude 4.6 - ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA

2012 April 09 06:54:39 UTC

Earthquake Details

  • This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
Magnitude 4.6
Date-Time
  • Monday, April 09, 2012 at 06:54:39 UTC
  • Sunday, April 08, 2012 at 09:54:39 PM at epicenter
  • Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
Location 51.336°N, 179.700°W
Depth 89.7 km (55.7 miles)
Region ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
Distances 42 km (26 miles) W of Amatignak Island, Alaska
80 km (49 miles) SE of Semisopochnoi Island, Alaska
2121 km (1317 miles) WSW of Anchorage, Alaska
2905 km (1805 miles) W of WHITEHORSE, Yukon Territory, Canada
Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 19.6 km (12.2 miles); depth +/- 10.1 km (6.3 miles)
Parameters NST=223, Nph=224, Dmin=453.1 km, Rmss=0.71 sec, Gp= 97°,
M-type=body wave magnitude (Mb), Version=7
Source
  • Magnitude: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
    Location: USGS NEIC (WDCS-D)
Event ID usc0008ygv
Comment by Fea on April 13, 2012 at 5:48pm

Last two weeks of earthquakes in Honshu, Japan region.

Courtesy IRIS/USGS

DATE and TIME (UTC) LAT-ITUDE LONG-ITUDE MAG-NITUDE DEPTH km REGION
13-APR-2012 10:10:02 37.00 141.33 6.0 13.6 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
10-APR-2012 23:16:14 39.92 143.45 4.6 19.3 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
10-APR-2012 22:45:12 39.89 143.35 4.3 32.5 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
10-APR-2012 16:36:13 38.07 135.31 4.0 374.3 SEA OF JAPAN
10-APR-2012 13:42:03 33.57 137.08 4.4 357.2 NEAR S. COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
10-APR-2012 07:13:34 40.84 145.10 4.4 33.4 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
08-APR-2012 17:42:47 36.36 143.01 4.6 25.7 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
08-APR-2012 05:44:53 37.48 141.90 4.4 35.0 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
07-APR-2012 22:15:38 36.61 140.71 4.6 67.9 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
06-APR-2012 11:24:49 30.41 138.56 4.4 406.2 SOUTH OF HONSHU, JAPAN
06-APR-2012 04:48:07 45.79 141.94 4.1 296.9 HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
06-APR-2012 02:41:12 28.98 132.08 4.5 10.0 WEST OF BONIN ISLANDS
04-APR-2012 00:12:58 36.87 142.00 4.6 25.3 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
03-APR-2012 11:52:23 40.36 142.46 5.0 28.1 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
03-APR-2012 03:12:47 35.91 139.78 4.9 88.9 NEAR S. COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
02-APR-2012 10:35:08 33.73 136.95 4.0 358.9 NEAR S. COAST OF WESTERN HONSHU
02-APR-2012 04:50:57 38.70 142.57 4.7 23.1 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
01-APR-2012 14:49:58 31.28 142.32 4.4 10.0 SOUTH OF HONSHU, JAPAN
01-APR-2012 14:04:24 37.11 140.96 5.8 48.0 EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN
01-APR-2012 08:48:53 37.94 142.54 4.6 36.8 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
31-MAR-2012 22:30:18 39.72 141.79 4.2 87.9 EASTERN HONSHU, JAPAN
31-MAR-2012 16:51:12 37.77 134.20 4.1 393.4 SEA OF JAPAN
30-MAR-2012 12:54:53 40.86 144.80 4.5 10.3 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
30-MAR-2012 10:55:24 40.84 144.78 5.1 9.9 OFF EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
30-MAR-2012 09:40:56 39.76 142.36 4.6 35.3 NEAR EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
Comment by Fea on April 13, 2012 at 5:43pm

Earthquakes in or near Central America - last 30 days >4.0 magnitude.  Courtesy USGS

DATE LAT LON MAG DEPTH km REGION
13-APR-2012 10:10:04 16.27 -98.09 5.7 9.9 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
12-APR-2012 07:57:32 28.51 -112.95 4.3 10.0 GULF OF CALIFORNIA
12-APR-2012 07:15:48 28.79 -113.14 6.9 10.3 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
12-APR-2012 07:06:01 28.84 -113.07 6.2 10.1 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
12-APR-2012 06:48:38 28.80 -113.05 4.9 9.8 BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
11-APR-2012 22:55:16 18.39 -102.65 7.0 65.6 MICHOACAN, MEXICO
10-APR-2012 03:37:22 15.90 -46.74 4.7 10.4 NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE
09-APR-2012 21:37:10 27.46 -111.40 4.1 10.0 GULF OF CALIFORNIA
08-APR-2012 19:18:00 16.21 -97.68 4.2 14.1 OAXACA, MEXICO
08-APR-2012 06:24:39 2.11 -101.29 4.8 10.0 GALAPAGOS TRIPLE JUNCTION REGION
08-APR-2012 02:31:21 1.97 -101.12 4.4 10.0 GALAPAGOS TRIPLE JUNCTION REGION
07-APR-2012 15:30:38 21.93 -107.67 4.6 15.5 OFF COAST OF CENTRAL MEXICO
07-APR-2012 03:50:20 9.60 -79.05 4.0 36.4 PANAMA
06-APR-2012 15:38:50 14.89 -93.10 4.8 67.9 NEAR COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
06-APR-2012 01:31:40 16.34 -97.87 4.4 20.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
05-APR-2012 04:40:21 6.24 -82.55 4.5 11.5 SOUTH OF PANAMA
05-APR-2012 03:58:42 14.54 -92.80 4.4 53.1 NEAR COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
04-APR-2012 06:11:07 19.52 -92.99 4.5 15.2 BAY OF CAMPECHE
04-APR-2012 05:41:37 6.23 -82.70 4.3 10.0 SOUTH OF PANAMA
04-APR-2012 04:28:59 19.01 -103.41 5.0 83.1 JALISCO, MEXICO
04-APR-2012 02:28:08 20.47 -93.02 4.3 15.2 BAY OF CAMPECHE
03-APR-2012 13:08:51 11.68 -86.80 4.5 47.2 NEAR COAST OF NICARAGUA
03-APR-2012 05:35:24 16.74 -98.24 4.8 42.8 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 23:55:01 16.37 -98.57 5.0 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 19:38:10 16.62 -98.22 4.7 10.3 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 18:39:13 16.44 -98.24 4.5 10.1 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 18:28:29 18.93 -107.64 4.7 10.0 OFF COAST OF JALISCO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 18:17:30 16.57 -98.30 4.8 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 17:36:43 16.48 -98.29 6.3 12.3 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
02-APR-2012 01:46:06 12.19 -87.80 4.5 48.7 NEAR COAST OF NICARAGUA
01-APR-2012 22:23:49 16.70 -98.34 5.3 20.8 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
01-APR-2012 05:11:01 13.43 -89.69 4.5 50.5 EL SALVADOR
31-MAR-2012 18:55:03 14.16 -92.37 4.4 66.5 NEAR COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
31-MAR-2012 17:13:57 12.63 -90.35 4.5 55.7 OFF COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA
31-MAR-2012 09:47:24 10.41 -63.20 4.9 10.0 NEAR COAST OF VENEZUELA
31-MAR-2012 07:34:37 15.89 -94.06 4.1 82.3 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
30-MAR-2012 18:16:13 14.52 -93.01 5.4 40.4 NEAR COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO
30-MAR-2012 14:38:53 17.55 -94.26 4.6 136.7 CHIAPAS, MEXICO
28-MAR-2012 22:33:03 16.35 -98.11 4.5 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
28-MAR-2012 05:39:40 16.44 -97.82 5.0 9.4 OAXACA, MEXICO
26-MAR-2012 18:12:54 10.20 -104.03 6.0 9.9 NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE
26-MAR-2012 17:58:27 10.19 -104.28 5.0 10.3 NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE
26-MAR-2012 17:48:44 10.15 -104.01 5.1 10.1 NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE
26-MAR-2012 16:11:40 15.44 -97.94 4.4 10.0 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
26-MAR-2012 10:46:28 16.17 -98.13 5.0 10.2 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
26-MAR-2012 02:01:19 14.05 -90.23 4.5 42.1 GUATEMALA
25-MAR-2012 18:33:56 10.64 -85.87 4.7 39.3 COSTA RICA
25-MAR-2012 11:30:17 6.68 -72.87 4.3 160.0 NORTHERN COLOMBIA
25-MAR-2012 06:30:26 10.98 -86.30 4.6 46.1 OFF COAST OF COSTA RICA
25-MAR-2012 06:21:57 15.72 -98.08 4.2 10.0 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
25-MAR-2012 03:13:14 15.85 -97.99 4.2 20.0 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
25-MAR-2012 02:24:45 16.49 -99.25 4.3 20.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
25-MAR-2012 01:55:29 16.35 -97.79 4.7 20.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
25-MAR-2012 01:46:25 16.34 -97.83 4.6 20.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
24-MAR-2012 23:13:34 15.53 -97.49 4.3 10.0 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
24-MAR-2012 23:02:59 9.81 -104.30 4.4 10.0 NORTHERN EAST PACIFIC RISE
24-MAR-2012 02:34:38 16.40 -98.31 4.3 20.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
24-MAR-2012 01:58:37 16.54 -98.02 4.8 20.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 23:47:45 16.50 -98.00 4.6 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 23:37:42 16.17 -98.90 4.6 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 17:19:38 16.21 -98.12 4.4 20.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 17:13:58 16.04 -97.88 4.6 20.3 OAXACA, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 06:54:50 15.71 -98.00 4.2 10.0 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
23-MAR-2012 02:16:23 16.09 -98.11 4.2 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 23:47:04 16.76 -97.97 4.8 10.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 22:14:45 16.46 -98.16 4.8 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 20:42:03 16.24 -98.11 5.5 9.9 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 16:46:45 16.33 -98.35 5.1 13.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 16:42:16 14.94 -98.20 4.2 18.7 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 10:58:15 15.06 -98.09 4.8 10.6 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
22-MAR-2012 03:52:17 16.11 -98.04 4.6 9.7 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 16:41:37 16.35 -97.89 4.2 65.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 16:41:26 15.85 -97.70 4.3 10.0 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 15:54:22 16.78 -97.69 4.3 73.4 OAXACA, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 15:54:10 15.83 -97.57 4.4 29.9 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 11:36:13 16.76 -98.21 5.0 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 10:28:11 16.28 -98.32 4.4 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 06:44:23 15.47 -98.27 4.4 14.8 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 06:04:53 16.01 -98.34 4.4 10.4 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 05:58:28 15.95 -98.02 4.6 10.1 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 04:02:36 16.32 -98.29 4.9 10.7 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 02:54:43 16.80 -98.20 5.0 55.2 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 02:25:35 16.29 -98.42 4.9 28.4 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 02:07:55 16.40 -98.36 4.5 91.3 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 02:07:45 16.27 -98.42 5.4 10.4 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
21-MAR-2012 00:27:47 16.17 -97.99 4.3 13.0 OAXACA, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 23:03:56 18.74 -96.85 4.0 20.0 VERACRUZ, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 23:03:36 15.98 -98.19 4.2 20.0 OFF COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 22:25:40 16.27 -98.69 5.0 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 21:43:37 16.18 -98.32 4.6 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 20:14:38 16.50 -97.95 5.1 10.6 OAXACA, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 19:34:07 16.24 -98.12 4.8 6.3 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 19:19:52 16.16 -98.30 4.7 20.8 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 19:02:45 16.32 -98.35 5.1 33.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 18:35:37 16.27 -98.14 5.1 10.0 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 18:22:33 16.32 -98.14 5.3 10.3 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 18:14:39 15.35 -97.57 5.0 23.2 NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO
20-MAR-2012 18:02:48 16.66 -98.19 7.4 17.5 NEAR COAST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO
17-MAR-2012 11:09:31 19.59 -64.49 4.6 86.0 VIRGIN ISLANDS
17-MAR-2012 01:30:38 19.41 -64.67 4.4 32.7 VIRGIN ISLANDS
16-MAR-2012 16:34:07 3.10 -77.96 4.7 41.6 NEAR WEST COAST OF COLOMBIA
15-MAR-2012 16:21:24 12.17 -87.63 4.6 69.3 NEAR COAST OF NICARAGUA
15-MAR-2012 15:08:13 12.48 -87.17 4.3 145.9 NEAR COAST OF NICARAGUA
14-MAR-2012 16:31:47 18.60 -102.03 4.3 95.3 MICHOACAN, MEXICO

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