'Several Dead' After Solomon Islands Quake and Tsunami

At least five people were killed today when a powerful earthquake followed by a damaging tsunami struck the small Pacific nation of the Solomon Islands

The US Geological Survey said the quake struck near the Santa Cruz Islands in the Solomons, which have been hit by strong tremors over the past week, at a depth of 3.5 miles (5.8 kilometres).

"We know that a tsunami has been created," said Geoscience Australia seismologist David Jepsen. "It's a big earthquake anyway in terms of just the shaking."

 

Evacuations in the Suva district of Fiji

 

Two powerful aftershocks of 6.4 and 6.6 magnitude were also recorded.

Solomons officials reported two 1.5-metre (4 foot, 11-inch) waves hit the western side of Santa Cruz Island, damaging around 50 homes and properties, said George Herming, a spokesman for the prime minister.

Many villagers had headed to higher ground as a precaution, Mr Herming said.

 

Traffic backed-up in Fiji as residents fled to high ground

 

Solomon Islands Police Commissioner John Lansley said local police patrols had reported that several people were presumed dead, though the reports were still being verified.

"Sadly, we believe some people have lost their lives," he said. "At the moment we potentially know of four, but there may of course be more."

Locals in the island's capital, Honiara, 580 kilometres (360 miles) from the epicentre, said the quake was not felt there, but three villages on the Santa Cruz islands were damaged, according to hospital director Augustine Bilve.

"We were told that after the shaking, waves came to the villages," he said. "So far, we are waiting in Lata and are evacuating patients in case there are any casualties."

In Honiara, the capital city of the islands, the warnings prompted residents to flee for higher ground, although most people remained calm.

"People are still standing on the hills outside of Honiara just looking out over the water, trying to observe if there is a wave coming in," Mr Herming said.

"People around the coast and in the capital are ringing in and trying to get information from us and the National Disaster Office and are slowly moving up to higher ground," said another official. "But panic? No, no, no, people are not panicking."

In 2007 a tsunami following an 8.1-magnitude earthquake killed at least 52 people in the Solomons and left thousands homeless.

The Solomon Islands are part of the "Ring of Fire", a zone of tectonic activity around the Pacific Ocean that is subject to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

 

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Comment by lonne rey on February 8, 2013 at 10:36pm

State Of Disaster Declared On Santa Cruz Islands

OFFICE OF THE
PRIME MINISTER AND CABINET

GOVERNMENT COMMUNICATION UNIT

MEDIA RELEASE 08-02-13-GH

State Of Disaster Declared On Santa Cruz Islands

The Government today has officially declared a State of Disaster for Santa Cruz Islands in Temotu Province following Wednesday’s deadly 8.0 magnitude quake and subsequent tsunami that claimed lives and property.

The Minister for Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology, Hon Bradley Tovusia made the declaration following a decision reached by the National Disaster Council on February 7.

The National Disaster Council has satisfied itself that the logistical challenge inherent in responding to the disaster in Temotu means that support has delayed departing Honiara to reach the affected population.

This challenge coupled with the number of dead already reported, the huge disruption to normal functioning in the province and that the capacity at the local, provincial and national levels to deal with it alone has been exceeded there has led to the NDC recommending a declaration of disaster be made.

In light of the current situation, the Provincial Emergency Operations Center has been activated and there are currently 6 teams doing assessment in affected areas.

Based on Information received from the ground, the Government expects the province will require significant additional support.

The Government hopes the official disaster declaration will mobilize more support both inside and outside the country to facilitate relief efforts more swiftly.

Source

Comment by Chris Harris on February 8, 2013 at 10:29pm

Comment by Chris Harris on February 8, 2013 at 10:22pm

New jolts hamper tsunami recovery

Solomons tsunami

Houses lie wrecked in the Solomon Islands village of Venga after a tsunami struck the remote Santa Cruz Islands. Picture; AFP Source: AFP

STRONG aftershocks have hampered efforts to send aid to tsunami-affected villages in the Solomon Islands, as the scale of the disaster widened significantly.

Officials say damage in the Santa Cruz Islands eastern Solomons is much worse than first thought following Wednesday's 8.0 magnitude earthquake, which sent tsunami waves smashing into coastal villages.

At least nine people were killed.

Authorities said today 20 villages had been swamped by the tsunami and 6,000 people left homeless, doubling previous estimates.

“At first we thought it was going to be quite small but now it looks like it's going to be very big and communities will not be able to handle it themselves,” national disaster management office spokesman Sipuru Rove said.

“This is where we might require external assistance.”

The remoteness of the disaster zone, more than 600km from the capital Honiara, has hamstrung relief efforts, with plans to fly in aid thwarted by damage to the islands' airstrip in the main town Lata.

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Mr Rove says debris left on the runway after the quake have been cleared but the constant aftershocks rattling the island, including a 6.6-magnitude jolt early today, mean pilots are wary about landing there.

He says a flight carrying Prime Minister Gordon Lilo and senior officials to the island is believed to have turned back to Honiara early today because of fears the 6.6 quake had caused fresh damage to the airstrip.

In addition, Mr Rove says the aftershocks are frustrating attempts by villagers to salvage supplies from their devastated homes to equip the makeshift camps where they are sheltering in the rugged interior.

“They will go down (to the villages) but when there's another aftershock they run back to the hills because they're scared of another tsunami,” he said.

With the airfield still out of action, two boats set sail from Honiara late yesterday loaded with food, water and medical supplies. They are expected to arrive late today or early tomorrow.

World Vision, which had a 20-strong team working on development projects on the island before the tsunami, says food and water in the hillside camps is running low and sanitation will become an issue in coming days.

“Destruction has been widespread in and around Lata,” it said. “Coastal wells have been covered by debris or contaminated, water tanks and toilets have been destroyed and coastal areas are littered with dead fish and poultry.

“For many families, their livelihoods also disappeared in the water.”

Both Australia and New Zealand are ready to provide assistance to their northern neighbour and Rove says an Australian air force Hercules will set off from Honiara on Friday to make a reconnaissance flight over the island.

Comment by Chris Harris on February 8, 2013 at 9:28pm

Further 5+ activity:


  MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP  5.1   2013/02/08 19:09:11   -10.861    166.059  25.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/08 18:10:47   -10.758    166.031  26.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.6   2013/02/08 18:07:54   -10.988    166.413  58.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.9   2013/02/08 17:59:52    -6.278    154.804  75.4   BOUGAINVILLE REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP  5.0   2013/02/08 17:48:52    -6.096    148.919  72.4   NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP  5.1   2013/02/08 17:42:34   -10.952    165.466  20.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  7.0   2013/02/08 15:26:40   -10.910    165.964  27.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
Comment by lonne rey on February 8, 2013 at 4:26pm

Update since Chris's last post once again these are only the 5+ quakes

MAP  5.2   2013/02/08 15:00:13   -10.984    165.867  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/08 14:14:09   -10.965    165.878  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/08 14:10:38   -11.108    165.872  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/08 12:09:20   -10.967    165.882  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/08 12:03:39   -10.900    165.962  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/08 11:56:11   -10.918    165.929  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/08 11:39:42   -10.948    165.895  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  6.8   2013/02/08 11:12:13   -10.904    165.895  18.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/08 09:09:02   -10.914    164.739  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.3   2013/02/08 08:03:36   -11.030    165.672  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/08 04:26:17   -11.096    165.730  15.4   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/08 00:12:58   -11.738    165.462  15.4   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS

MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 21:40:56   -10.901    165.738  25.5   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 21:38:25    -4.377    142.992  97.8   NEW GUINEA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP  5.0   2013/02/07 20:45:19   -10.909    165.773  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/07 20:20:07   -10.855    165.706  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.5   2013/02/07 19:48:19   -10.872    165.717  10.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/07 19:25:15   -10.983    165.677  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  6.6   2013/02/07 18:59:16   -11.001    165.658  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 17:49:47   -11.238    165.921  14.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/07 15:05:11   -11.010    165.587  35.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/07 14:05:56   -11.028    164.816  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 12:36:49   -10.823    165.173  10.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  6.1   2013/02/07 08:03:41   -11.025    164.750  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 07:19:51   -15.586   -173.142  10.0   TONGA
MAP  5.3   2013/02/07 07:11:20   -10.972    165.492  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/07 03:52:57   -11.669    165.050  35.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/07 02:17:25   -10.636    164.823  52.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
Comment by Kojima on February 8, 2013 at 4:18pm

1) Solomon Islands: Earthquake and Tsunami - Feb 2013 [ReliefWeb]

An 8.0 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of the Santa Cruz Islands in the southeast Solomon Islands archipelago on 6 Feb 2013. Initial information suggests that a tsunami wave traveled 500 meters inland. 431 houses have been damaged or destroyed in Temotu Province, leaving 3,500 people displaced.

2) Solomon Islands: Earthquake and Tsunami Situation Report No. 2 (as ... [ReliefWeb]

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Highlights

* Initial reports indicate that 431 houses have been damaged or destroyed in Temotu Province, leaving 3,500 people displaced

* Six people are reported dead and four people remain missing

* The water supply in Lata, the provincial capital of Temotu  Province has been damaged, affecting more than 2,300 people

*The National Disaster Management Office has deployed two boats to the area carrying relief supplies, assessment and medical personnel

Situation Overview

The National Disaster Management Office reports that it does not yet have a clear picture of the damage caused by the earthquake and tsunami on 6 February, due to the high number of aftershocks and difficultly accessing remote areas of Temotu Province.

Initial reports indicate that 431 houses have been damaged or destroyed in Temotu Province, displacing up to 3,500 people. With a formal assessment yet to begin, this number is expected to rise. Six people have been reported dead and four people remain missing, including a child who was swept into the sea. It is expected that the number of confirmed fatalities will increase in the coming days.

The airport in Lata, the provincial capital of Temuto Province is still closed with debris on the runway that will require heavy machinery to move. The National Disaster Management Office has deployed a patrol boat to the area carrying relief supplies, along with assessment and medical personnel. Given the remote location of Temotu Province, it will take up to two days for the patrol boat to arrive.

Makira-Ulawa and Malaita Provinces were also affected, with high swells and unusual wave and current activity reported. At this stage, no damages or humanitarian needs have been identified in these two provinces.

In addition to damages caused in Solomon Islands, tsunami waves were reported in Vanuatu, New Caledonia and Japan. In Vanuatu, a small tsunami wave was reported to have caused minor damage to a house and church in the Maskelyne Islands, located off the southern tip of Vanuatu’s second largest island, Malekula.

3) Solomon Islands Temotu Province: Damaged houses and casualties as a... [ReliefWeb]

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Comment by Carlos on February 7, 2013 at 3:53am

Further information about this area, according to the Zetas (January 15, 2011)

The islands at the plate borders in this region do not do well during the plate adjustments to come. The primary devastation will come during the hour of the pole shift, but the devastation has started during the 7 of 10 adjustments. Samoa rides on the Pacific Plate, which is pushing under the eastern edge of the Indo-Australian Plate, and as this process continues and accelerates, approaching the pole shift, will virtually disappear. The Solomon Islands do not fare much better, for the same reasons. Tonga and New Caledonia ride high. The little Fiji Plate, as the recent sinking indicates, will be a loser, pushed down into the notch as the Pacific Plate presses ever westward.

http://www.zetatalk.com/info/tinfx372.htm

Comment by Chris Harris on February 7, 2013 at 2:56am

This is an update of mag 5+ aftershocks since lonne's last post:

  MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP  5.2   2013/02/07 01:00:49   -11.819    164.824  34.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 00:56:47   -11.667    164.782  35.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/07 00:41:32    1.425    98.935  82.8   NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
MAP  6.2   2013/02/07 00:30:11   -11.664    164.960  9.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION

MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 23:49:35   -11.770    164.942  10.5   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 23:39:01   -11.767    164.787  10.5   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 22:24:27   -10.957    165.441  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.5   2013/02/06 22:20:18   -11.091    165.666  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.5   2013/02/06 22:12:18    -1.483    100.322  11.3   SOUTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 20:42:31   -23.225    170.855  10.2   SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS
       
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 18:03:20   -11.178    165.628  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 17:19:32   -11.645    165.037  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 17:04:08   -10.693    164.886  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 16:39:30   -10.678    164.812  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 16:35:54   -11.295    165.632  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 15:54:15   -10.931    165.428  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 15:30:25   -10.812    164.487  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 14:24:05   -11.252    165.116  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 14:20:57   -10.947    165.442  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 14:03:51   -11.345    165.069  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
Comment by Chris Harris on February 7, 2013 at 2:50am

I have been reading Zetatalk archived material lately and just came across this which I felt was relevant:

Zetatalk live chat April 7 2007:

In relation to 2004's Indonesian quake and tsunami, is the location of Tuesday's earthquake and tsunami in the Solomon Islands an important indication of expanding plate pressures? Studying the earth's plates http://www.iris.edu/seismon/html/plates.html it appears that due to the shape of the Australian plate and the mass of the Eurasian plate above it, the greater force on the Australian plate travels downward toward New Zealand as well as eastward. Comparing Google Earth with the above link, one can actually see the outline of the Australian plate. The plate comes to a hooked point around Fiji and Samoa which would appear to come under extreme pressure within the Zeta's descriptions of the forces at play. Are the Zeta's allowed to tell if the plate will fracture at this point, prior to the shift and if so, can a large tsunami be expected as a result? [and from another] 94 quakes of 5+ Richter in 48 hours, and continued for a couple days with dozens more. [and from another] People missing after tsunami [Apr 2] http://www.cnn.com/2007/ Several people were missing on Monday after a powerful earthquake in the South Pacific hit the Solomon Islands, triggering a small tsunami. A tsunami warning was also issued for other Pacific Rim countries, including Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia, after the shallow quake, which had a magnitude of at least 8.0. It was just like a real extreme tide. The water just came up about about 12 to 15 feet above sea level. [and from another] Quake lifts Solomons island metres from the sea [Apr 7] The force of this week's Solomons earthquake has lifted an island in the South Pacific archipelago and pushed out its shoreline by tens of metres, exposing surrounding reefs.

This is a high profile region for quakes during the end times because the Indio/Australia plate is so resistant to movement and is blocking so much movement from the Pacific. Look to the Himalayas, the highest mountains in the world. What drove them so high? Prior pole shifts, which pushed land under these mountains. Where this happens elsewhere on Earth, it is not to the extent here, and thus the hammering that goes on along this plate boundary. When these breaks occur, and movement pushing under the Himalayas occurs, New Zealand lifting, India dropping, then suddenly other adjustments can occur in the Pacific, in the Antarctic plate, and movement all around the globe occurs. Once this plate loosens up sufficiently, and active subducting of India starts, then you will see real action. We have been indicating, on the reasons given for UFO sightings, that strong changes will be coming, soon, and long before the hour of the pole shift or such dramatic occurrences as 3 days of darkness. It is the fluidity of this plate to move that will allow such dramatic motion round the world.

Comment by lonne rey on February 6, 2013 at 3:47pm

Many aftershocks (note these are only the 5+'s)

Source

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP  6.0   2013/02/06 13:54:58   -10.838    166.451  31.5   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 13:50:34   -10.602    166.341  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.5   2013/02/06 12:44:29   -11.582    165.499  9.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.9   2013/02/06 11:53:54   -11.255    165.734  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 11:24:03   -10.798    164.580  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 11:03:46   -10.730    165.137  9.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.7   2013/02/06 10:33:18   -10.636    164.808  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.5   2013/02/06 10:20:34   -10.870    165.272  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 10:12:30   -11.115    165.379  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 09:24:00   -10.718    164.228  9.6   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 08:45:05   -11.670    165.468  10.3   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 08:04:36   -15.988   -172.223  34.0   SAMOA ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 07:23:12   -10.901    165.356  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 07:13:48   -10.637    165.305  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 06:53:20   -10.635    164.967  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  6.3   2013/02/06 06:35:20   -10.784    164.512  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 06:09:37   -11.071    164.811  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 06:02:37   -10.780    164.571  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 05:48:54   -11.066    164.756  10.3   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 05:35:34   -10.745    165.326  15.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 05:30:19   -10.682    164.272  9.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 05:24:31   -11.433    165.367  15.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 05:16:27   -10.426    166.498  11.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 05:13:49   -10.620    166.298  15.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 05:01:51   -11.408    165.057  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 04:56:19   -11.302    165.130  16.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 04:34:51   -11.396    164.847  35.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 04:20:55   -10.910    165.571  34.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 04:20:04   -10.883    165.405  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.0   2013/02/06 04:16:30   -11.092    164.904  10.7   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 03:49:47   -10.893    165.474  18.3   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 03:45:10   -10.669    165.312  33.4   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 03:38:55   -10.890    165.268  12.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 03:28:55   -11.053    165.446  22.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 03:25:19   -11.130    165.806  9.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 03:19:06   -10.896    165.216  14.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 03:11:53   -10.935    165.292  36.8   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 03:06:34   -11.513    165.326  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 03:01:03   -11.032    165.106  20.4   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.5   2013/02/06 02:58:22   -10.663    165.128  16.9   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.1   2013/02/06 02:57:45   -10.755    165.026  38.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 02:30:49   -10.822    164.980  32.5   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.3   2013/02/06 02:23:12   -10.963    165.402  28.3   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 02:18:15   -11.468    165.614  34.4   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.2   2013/02/06 02:06:21   -10.597    165.363  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  6.6   2013/02/06 01:54:15   -10.514    165.733  10.2   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.7   2013/02/06 01:48:43   -11.628    165.937  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 01:33:37   -10.922    165.085  10.0   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  6.4   2013/02/06 01:23:20   -11.232    164.921  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS REGION
MAP  5.6   2013/02/06 01:22:13   -11.366    165.768  10.1   SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS

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