Signs of "7 of 10" in Central and South America

I summarized the oil disaster and the volcanic activity of Central and South America in 2010, and the earthquakes with M4.0+ from August 21 to September 22, 2010.

The following map shows them.

(A) Oil Disaster

As Sherry, Alma, Carlos, Recall, et al. discussed in the blogs, there were many refinery fires and explosions in Americas, especially around the Caribbean recently.

a) March 2: Artesia Refinery, New Mexico

March 2 - A fire on an asphalt tank under construction killed two workers at Holly Corp's <HOC.N> Navajo refinery in Artesia, New Mexico.

b) April 20: BP, the Gulf of Mexico

April 20 - Explosion and fire on Trans-ocean Ltd's drilling rig DeepwaterHorizon licensed to BP <BP.L>; 11 workers were killed on the rig stationed in deep waters south of Louisiana. The runaway oil well spilled up to 4.9 million barrels before it could be capped in mid-July, according to government estimates, making it the worst offshore oil spill in history.

c) May 5: Age Refinery, San Antonio, Texas

SAN ANTONIO — Firefighters are trying to control a two-alarm blaze raging at a fuel refinery on the city’s south side where a tanker truck exploded at a loading dock, injuring at least two workers and forcing widespread evacuations.

d) May 13: Aban Pearl gas rig, the Caribbean sea in the Northeast Venezuelan coast

May 13 - A Venezuelan natural gas exploration rig sank in the Caribbean sea. All 95 workers on the rig were rescued and there was no gas leak.

e) May 17: Lyondell Basell Refinery, Houston, Texas

The Lyondell Basell refinery in Houston caught on fire Monday afternoon, although the blaze was extinguished within an hour.
According to a report from local news channel KTRK, the refinery’s crude distillation unit caught on fire at about 2:30 p.m. Monday. The processing unit is used to refine crude oil into gasoline.
Firefighters subdued the fire within an hour at the refinery and petrochemical plant located in southeast Houston.
No injuries have been reported from the incident, although the company has not yet submitted a statement.

f) September 2: Mariner Energy oil rig, the Gulf of Mexico

Sept. 2 - An offshore production rig operated by Mariner Energy <ME.N> in the Gulf of Mexico had a fire, forcing the immediate evacuation of 13 personnel and a major rescue response -- currently in progress -- from the U.S. CoastGuard, which said it identified an oil sheen at the site. The company had recently been producing around 1,400 barrels of crude and 9.2 million cubic feet per day of natural gas at the site.

g) September 7: Cadereyta Refinery, Mexico

Sept. 7 - An explosion at state oil monopoly Pemex's Cadereyta oil refinery, Mexico's third largest, killed one worker and severely injured two others. A compressor leak at the plant's gas oil hydro treater unit triggered the blast and fire. The fire was quickly extinguished at the 275,000 barrel per day plant. Eight other workers suffered minor injuries.

h) September 8: Bonaire oil storage facility, the Caribbean island

A lightning strike reportedly started the fire on Wednesday, sending black clouds billowing 10,000 feet over this small Dutch-ruled island, which is one of the hemisphere's most popular dive locations and home to several rare species of plants and animals.

i) September 12: Cardon Refinery, Venezuela

(Reuters) - A fire broke out on a dock used for loading tankers at Venezuela's 300,000 barrel-per-day Cardon refinery on Saturday, a source at PDVSA said, just a day after a blaze was put out at another unit of the state-run oil firm.

The references are as follows;

1) Oil rig explosion in the Caribbean

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/oil-rig-explosion-in-the?

2) South American Roll Watch

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/south-american-roll-watch?

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/south-american-roll-watch?id...

3) FACTBOX-Energy disasters in the Americas 2010

http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2010/09/07/factbox-energy-disast...


(B) Volcanic Activity

The volcanic activity in the world is reported in SI/USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report, which is regularly updated.

http://www.volcano.si.edu/reports/usgs/index.cfm?content=archive

I took out the volcanos of Central and South America from the report and compiled the activities of those volcanoes monthly.

The volcanic activity in Central and South America becomes active.

I added the year of the eruption of each volcano searched in John Seach's web site of Volcanoes of the World.

http://www.volcanolive.com/world.html


(C) Earthquake [1]

I took out the earthquake (magnitude 4.0+) in Central and South America since August 21, 2010 from IRIS Seismic Monitor and plotted it on the map.

http://www.iris.edu/seismon/last30.html


(D) Earthquake [2]

Furthermore, I examined earthquakes more than magnitude 6.0 in the Caribbean, the area along the South America Andes and around Sandwich Islands Region by using the search engine provided by EMSC.

http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/index.php?filter=yes


The parameters of search is as follows;

*Period and Depth: "blank" (Date when searched: 2010/09/11)

*Magnitude: Min=6, Max="blank"

*Location/ latitude(Lat.) and longitude(Long.):

a) Caribbean: +20> Lat. >+5; -60> Long. >-90

b) S America(SA1): +5> Lat. >-10; -70> Long. >-90

c) SA2: -10> Lat. >-22; -60> Long. >-80

d) SA3: -22> Lat. >-27; -60> Long. >-80

e) SA4: -27> Lat. >-34; -60> Long. >-80

f) SA5: -34> Lat. > -40; -60> Long. >-80

g) SA6: -40> Lat. >-65; -60> Long. >-80

h) Sandwich Islands: -40> Lat. >-65; +10> Long. >-60


The results are shown below; a) to h).

As shown in Figure f) SA5, in the area of "-34> Lat. > -40; -60> Long. >-80", no earthquake more than M6 is listed before February, 2010. Triggered by the earthquake of M8.8 there on February 27, the earthquake there occurs frequently after that day. So it seems that this region should be broken for South America roll, and was broken.

a) Carib;

b) SA1;

c) SA2;

d) SA3;

e) SA4;

f) SA5;

g) SA6;

h) SA7;


(E) The location of the station of Seismic Network Operations is also shown in the map.

Seismograms at these stations are shown in the following site which is known as Live Internet Seismic Server.

http://aslwww.cr.usgs.gov/Seismic_Data/heli2.shtml

In the featured blog of "South America Roll Watch" posted by Recall 15, seismograms at these stations are timely posted when the pattern of plate adjusted, plate activity or compression etc. was appeared.

http://poleshift.ning.com/forum/topics/south-american-roll-watch


(F) Others

1) Mysterious black water off the coast of Florida; Posted by Waveguide on September 16, 2010 at 11:49am

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/mysterious-black-water-off...

2) Bridge collapse:

When the plate over honduras adjusted @ 08/28, it cause a bridge to start the process of Colapse, on the border of Guatemala and Honduras:on 08/28:

South American Roll Watch - Reply by Recall 15 on August 30, 2010 at 9:03pm


[Oil Disaster]


[Summary of Volcanic Activity]

1) POPOCATEPETL México 19.023°N, 98.622°W; summit elev. 5426 m

January to June: plumes; June: moderate explosion. ash plume; August: ash plume.

Popocatépetl Volcano Eruptions: 2009, 2008, 2007, 2005, 1996-2003, 1994-95, 1947, 1942-43, 1933, 1923-24, 1920-22, 1852, 1827-34, 1802-04, 1720, 1697, 1663-67, 1642, 1592-94, 1590, 1580, 1571, 1548, 1542, 1539-40, 1530, 1528, 1519-23?, 1518, 1512?, 1509?, 1504, 1488, 1363, 1354, 1345-47.

2) PACAYA Guatemala 14.381°N, 90.601°W; summit elev. 2552 m

January: plumes, lava flows (since April 2006); February to June: explosions, lava flows, ash plume; July to August: explosions, ash plume, ashfall; September: steam plumes.

Pacaya Volcano Eruptions: 1961-2010, 1885, 1846, 1830?, 1805, 1775, 1760?, 1717?, 1699, 1693, 1690, 1687,1678, 1677?, 1674, 1671, 1668-69, 1664, 1655, 1651, 1623?, 1565.

3) SANTA MARIA Guatemala 14.756°N, 91.552°W; summit elev. 3772 m

January, March, April: explosions, ash plume, ashfall; May, July: explosions, ash plume; August: steam plume; September: explosions, eruption, ash plume, ashfall.

Santa María Volcano Eruptions: 1922-2010, 1903-13, 1902.

4) FUEGO Guatemala 14.473°N, 90.880°W; summit elev. 3763 m

January to August: explosions, ash plume.

Fuego Volcano Eruptions: 2002-10, 2000, 1999, 1987, 1977-79, 1977, 1975, 1974, 1973, 1971, 1967, 1966, 1963, 1962, 1957, 1955, 1953, 1949, 1947, 1944, 1932, 1896, 1880, 1867?, 1861?, 1860, 1857, 1857, 1856, 1855, 1852?, 1850?, 1829, 1826, 1799, 1773?, 1765?, 1751?, 1737, 1732, 1730, 1717, 1710, 1709?, 1706, 1705, 1702, 1699, 1689?, 1686, 1685, 1679?, 1629-32, 1623, 1620, 1617, 1614, 1587, 1586, 1585, 1581-82, 1577?, 1576?, 1575?, 1571?, 1565?, 1559?, 1557?, 1551-52, 1542, 1541, 1531, 1526?, 1524.

5) SAN MIGUEL El Salvador 13.434°N, 88.269°W; summit elev. 2130 m

August: seismicity.

San Miguel Volcano Eruptions: 2002, 1997, 1995, 1985-86, 1976-77, 1970, 1967, 1966, 1966, 1964, 1954, 1939, 1936?, 1931, 1930, 1929, 1919-20, 1890-91, 1884, 1882, 1867-68, 1862, 1857, 1855, 1854?, 1844-48, 1819, 1811?, 1798?, 1787, 1769, 1762, 1699, 1510.

6) SAN CRISTOBAL Nicaragua 12.702°N, 87.004°W; summit elev. 1745 m

June, August: ash plume.

San Cristobal Volcano Eruptions: 2009, 2008, 2006, 2002-3, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1897?, 1985?, 1977, 1976, 1976, 1971, 1685, 1684, 1680, 1613?, 1528.

7) CONCEPCION Nicaragua 11.538°N, 85.622°W; summit elev. 1700? m

March: eruption, ash plume.

Concepcion Volcano Eruptions: 2007, 2006, 2005, 1999, 1985-86, 1984-85, 1983, 1982, 1978, 1977, 1973-74, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1957, 1951-55,1948-50, 1944-45, 1935, 1929, 1928, 1921-26, 1918-19, 1907-10, 1902, 1891, 1884-86, 1883, 1800?.

8) ARENAL Costa Rica 10.463°N, 84.703°W; summit elev. 1670 m

February to June: eruptions, lava flow, ash plume; August: eruptions.

Arenal Volcano Eruptions: 1968-2010, 1750 ± 50, 1440?, 1400?, 1030?, 1020?, 750 AD ± 50, 700 AD?, 650 AD ± 100, 550 AD?, 400 AD?, 170 BC ± 200, 270 BC?, 380 BC ± 200, 830 BC ± 500, 1250 BC ± 200, 1450 BC?, 1650 BC?, 1770 BC ± 100, 2250 BC?, 2800 BC?, 3190 BC ± 100, 3350 BC?, 3900 BC?, 4450 BC?, 5060 BC ± 150.

9) POAS Costa Rica 10.20°N, 84.233°W; summit elev. 2708 m

February: phreatic eruption.

Poás Volcano Eruptions: 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 1996, 1994, 1992-93, 1992, 1991, 1991, 1987-90, 1981, 1980, 1979-80, 1978, 1977-78, 1977, 1976, 1974-75, 1972-73, 1970, 1969, 1967, 1964-65, 1963, 1958-61, 1952-57, 1948-51, 1946, 1941-46, 1929, 1925, 1914-15, 1914, 1910, 1910, 1907, 1898-91, 1880, 1879?, 1860, 1838, 1834, 1828.

10) TURRIALBA Costa Rica 10.025°N, 83.767°W; summit elev. 3340 m

January to March: phreatic eruption. ashfall; April: gas plume; July: steam plume. gas plume, ash plume; August: ash plume.

Turrialba Volcano Eruptions: 2010, 1866, 1864-65, 1861?, 1855, 1853, 1847?, 1723.

11) SOUFRIERE HILLS Montserrat 16.72°N, 62.18°W; summit elev. 915 m

January: explosion, lava dome, ash plume, ashfall, the Hazard Level remained at 4; February: the Hazard Level was lowered to 3; February to September: ash plume, ashfall, the Hazard Level remained at 3.

Soufrière Hills Volcano Eruptions: 1995-2010, 1646±54.

12) MACHIN Colombia 4.48°N, 75.392°W; summit elev. 2650+ m

July 24 to 29: volcano-tectonic events, the Alert level remained at III (Yellow; "changes in the behavior of volcanic activity").

Machín Volcano Eruptions: 1180 ± 150, 2100 BC ± 200, 2240 BC ± 300, 3800 BC ± 150.

13) NEVADO DEL HUILA Colombia 2.93°N, 76.03°W; summit elev. 5364 m

January: the Alert Level was lowered to III; February: the Alert Level remained at III; June: the Alert Level was raised to II (Orange; "probable eruption in term of days or weeks"); July: plumes, the Alert Level remained at III; August: ash emissions; September: steam plumes, ash rose, the Alert Level was raised to II.

Nevado del Huila Volcano Eruptions: 2008, 2007, 1555.

14) GALERAS Colombia 1.22°N, 77.37°W; summit elev. 4276 m

January: explosive eruption, the Alert Level raised to I (Red; "imminent eruption or in progress"), ash plume, ashfall, the Alert Level was lowered to II; February: the Alert Level lowered to III; August: earthquake swarm, volcano-tectonic earthquakes, M4.6 earthquake at a depth of 2 km, the Alert Level was raised to II, eruption, the Alert Level raised to I, eruption plume, ashfall, gas-and-ash plumes.

Galeras Volcano Eruptions: 2008-10, 2004-06, 2002, 2000, 1993, 1990-92, 1989, 1974-83, 1973?, 1950, 1947?, 1936, 1933?, 1932, 1930?, 1924-27, 1923, 1891, 1889, 1865-70, 1836, 1828-34, 1823, 1796-1801, 1754-56, 1670-1736, 1616, 1580, 1535.

15) REVENTADOR Ecuador 0.077°S, 77.656°W; summit elev. 3562 m

February: ash plume; April: explosions; May: ash plume; August to September: ash plume.

Reventador Volcano Eruptions: 2007-08, 2004-06, 2002-03, 1976, 1973-74, 1972, 1960, 1958, 1955, 1944, 1936, 1929, 1926, 1912, 1898-1906, 1894, 1871, 1856, 1844, 1843, 1843, 1802, 1797, 1748, 1691, 1590, 1541.

16) TUNGURAHUA Ecuador 1.467°S, 78.442°W; summit elev. 5023 m

January to July: explosions, ash plume, ashfall; August: steam plume, ashfall.

Tungurahua Volcano Eruptions: 1999-2010, 1944, 1916-25, 1900?, 1886-88, 1885?, 1857, 1781?, 1777?, 1776, 1773, 1757?, 1646?, 1644?, 1641, 1640?, 1557, 1534.

17) SANGAY Ecuador 2.002°S, 78.341°W; summit elev. 5230 m

January, February, April, May: ash plume; July: ash cloud; August, September: ash plume.

Sangay Volcano Eruptions: 1934-2010, 1728-1916, 1628.

18) UBINAS Perú 16.355°S, 70.903°W; summit elev. 5672 m

July: ash plume.

Ubinas Volcano Eruptions: 2006-08, 1969, 1956, 1951, 1937, 1907, 1906, 1869, 1867, 1865, 1862, 1830, 1826?, 1784, 1677, 1662, 1600, 1550.

19) PLANCHON-PETEROA Central Chile-Argentina border 35.240°S, 70.570°W; summit elev. 4107 m

January: plumes; July: gas plume; September: an explosive eruption, ash plume, plumes, the Alert Level remained at 4 Yellow.

Planchón-Peteroa Volcano Eruptions: 2010, 1998, 1991, 1967, 1962, 1960, 1959, 1938, 1937, 1889-94?, 1878, 1872?, 1869?, 1860, 1842?, 1837, 1835, 1762, 1660.

20) LLAIMA Central Chile 38.692°S, 71.729°W; summit elev. 3125 m

January 22: the Alert Level was lowered to Green Level 2 on a three-color scale; January 20 to February 9: the Alert Level was raised to Yellow Level 3; March 4: the Alert Level raised to Yellow Level 4; March 5 to 22: the Alert Level was lowered to Yellow Level 3; April 26: the Alert Level was raised to Yellow Level 4; May 1 to 14: the Alert Level was lowered to Yellow Level 3.

Llaima Volcano Eruptions: 2007-09, 2003, 1998, 1997, 1995, 1994, 1992, 1990, 1984, 1979, 1971-72, 1964, 1955-57, 1949, 1946, 1945, 1944, 1942, 1941, 1938, 1937, 1932-33, 1932, 1930, 1929, 1927, 1922, 1917, 1914, 1912, 1907-08, 1903, 1895-96, 1893-94, 1892, 1889, 1887, 1875-76, 1874?, 1872, 1869, 1866, 1864, 1862, 1852-53, 1822, 1759, 1751-52, 1640.

21) VILLARRICA Central Chile 39.42°S, 71.93°W; summit elev. 2847 m

March: gas plume; April: lava lake. gas plume; September: ash plume.

Villarrica Volcano Eruptions: 2010, 2008, 2005, 1985-2001 (lava lake), 1984-85, 1983, 1980, 1977, 1971-72, 1964, 1963, ?1960-61, 1958-59, 1950?, 1948-49, 1938, 1935, 1933, 1929, 1921, 1920-29, 1919?, 1915-18?, 1910?, 1909, 1908, 1907, 1906, 1904, 1897-98?, 1893-94?, 1883, 1879, 1877, 1875-76, 1874, 1869?, 1867-68, 1864, 1859-60, 1853, 1852?, 1837, 1832, 1822, 1815-18, 1806, 1801, 1799, 1796, 1792, 1790, 1787, 1780, 1777, 1759, 1751, 1745, 1742, 1737, 1716, 1688, 1657?, 1647?, 1640, 1594, 1562, 1558.

22) CHAITEN Southern Chile 42.833°S, 72.646°W; summit elev. 1122 m

January to July: ash plume, the Alert Level remained at Red.

Chaitén Volcano Eruptions: 2008-10, 7420 BC ± 75.

23) MELIMOYU Southern Chile 44.08°S, 72.88°W; summit elev. 2400 m

June 8: seismicity, the Alert Level was raised to Green Level 2.

Melimoyu Volcano Eruptions: 200 AD ± 75, 820 BC ± 100.


See also the related blogs;

"Volcanoes erupt in America." posted by khan on September 16, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/volcanoes-erupt-in-america

"Planchon Volcano Erupting." posted by Colin B on September 8, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blogs/planchon-volcano-erupting

"Update Galeras volcano: 4.0 degrees on Richter scale at 1:50 pm August 30th" posted by Mariaelisa Torres on August 31, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Update+Galeras+volca...

"Volcanoes start to erupt for every place." posted by khan on August 30, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Volcanoes+start+to+e...

"Update on Volcanic Eruptions" posted by Ksenya Lim on August 29, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Update+on+Volcanic+E...

"Colombia: Special Report Galeras volcano activity of August 25, 2010 (7:00 am)" posted by Mariaelisa Torres on August 26, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Colombia%3A+Special+...

"Eruption Puts Colombian Volcano On Red Alert" posted by wayne scotts on August 25, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Eruption+Puts+Colomb...

"Colombia: Galeras Volcano Threatens to Explode" posted by Mariaelisa Torres on August 25, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Colombia%3A+Galeras+...

"Pacaya volcano throws ash on villages around" posted by Mariaelisa Torres on July 25, 2010.

http://poleshift.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?q=Pacaya+volcano+throw...



[Data of Earthquake (1)]

Region: Date&Time(UTC), Latitude, Longitude, Magniture, Depth(km)

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* NORTHERN MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE:11-SEP-2010 03:17:51, 15.31, -45.86, 4.7, 10.0; 14-SEP-2010 14:34:55, 31.67, -40.94, 4.6, 10.0

*CENTRAL MID-ATLANTIC RIDGE: 13-SEP-2010 02:48:07, 0.41, -28.74, 5.1, 10.0; 18-SEP-2010 11:17:18, -0.63, -19.55, 4.9, 10.0

*CALIF.-BAJA CALIF. BORDER REGION: 29-AUG-2010 15:53:42, 32.21, -115.27, 4.1, 0.0; 14-SEP-2010 10:52:17, 32.00, -115.18, 5.4, 11.5

*GULF OF CALIFORNIA: 08-SEP-2010 03:58:08, 30.41, -113.64, 4.0, 10.0

*BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO: 15-SEP-2010 07:50:08, 29.89, -114.09, 5.1, 10.2; 15-SEP-2010 08:13:42, 29.58, -114.19, 4.4, 10.0; 15-SEP-2010 08:21:28, 29.34, -114.36, 4.2, 10.0

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL MEXICO: 14-SEP-2010 23:32:02, 21.18, -106.16, 5.6, 36.0; 15-SEP-2010 12:29:30, 21.14, -106.15, 4.9, 45.4

*NEAR COAST OF JALISCO, MEXICO: 25-AUG-2010 02:29:11, 18.66, -104.94, 4.0, 40.0

*OFF COAST OF JALISCO, MEXICO: 24-AUG-2010 02:12:00, 18.87, -107.33, 6.1, 10.0; 28-AUG-2010 18:46:30, 18.71, -107.12, 5.0, 50.0; 05-SEP-2010 10:35:33, 17.92, -107.10, 4.1, 10.0

*GUERRERO, MEXICO: 22-AUG-2010 07:07:03, 18.69, -100.52, 4.0, 111.0; 08-SEP-2010 14:17:24, 18.66, -101.34, 4.6, 78.8; 11-SEP-2010 02:26:15, 17.08, -98.55, 4.2, 76.0

*HAITI REGION: 21-SEP-2010 04:33:05, 18.46, -73.00, 4.4, 10.0

*NEAR COAST OF CHIAPAS, MEXICO: 21-AUG-2010 09:00:57, 14.61, -92.76, 4.1, 35.0; 15-SEP-2010 06:05:49, 15.93, -93.07, 5.1, 96.1

*NEAR COAST OF OAXACA, MEXICO: 21-SEP-2010 14:42:13, 15.98, -94.89, 5.1, 57.9.

*GUATEMALA: 29-AUG-2010 04:39:30, 14.19, -91.58, 4.6, 90.0

*NEAR COAST OF GUATEMALA: 11-SEP-2010 02:40:26, 13.88, -90.91, 4.4, 103.0; 17-SEP-2010 08:45:43, 13.39, -90.07, 4.4, 61.1

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL AMERICA: 11-SEP-2010 21:53:38, 12.53, -88.64, 4.7, 71.0

*NICARAGUA: 06-SEP-2010 02:49:49, 11.02, -85.42, 4.9, 167.0; 12-SEP-2010 05:25:08, 11.19, -85.53, 4.6, 199.8

*COSTA RICA: 16-SEP-2010 15:27:26, 9.82, -84.86, 5.1, 25.2

*NEAR WEST COAST OF COLOMBIA: 21-AUG-2010 20:20:13, 6.00, -77.99, 5.4, 3.0; 15-SEP-2010 14:31:45, 5.53, -77.71, 4.5, 10.5

*PERU-ECUADOR BORDER REGION: 09-SEP-2010 21:26:09, -4.62, -80.50, 4.3, 105.0; 11-SEP-2010 18:55:24, -4.26, -80.59, 5.1, 54.0

*NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN PERU: 22-AUG-2010 06:13:45, -5.17, -80.97, 4.5, 28.0

*NORTHERN PERU: 27-AUG-2010 04:40:57, -7.45, -75.14, 5.2, 135.0; 02-SEP-2010 13:28:10, -6.70, -75.96, 5.0, 55.0

*PERU-BRAZIL BORDER REGION: 04-SEP-2010 07:50:25, -7.84, -74.34, 4.9, 163.0

*CENTRAL PERU: 13-SEP-2010 07:15:49, -14.69, -70.96, 5.9, 176.9

*NEAR COAST OF PERU: 21-AUG-2010 12:40:45, -14.24, -76.25, 4.4, 26.0; 04-SEP-2010 07:49:22, -14.90, -75.33, 4.7, 44.0; 04-SEP-2010 11:30:02, -14.51, -76.09, 5.2, 27.0; 22-SEP-2010 08:00:14, -13.36, -76.05, 5.9, 48.8

*CENTRAL BOLIVIA: 05-SEP-2010 16:06:31, -18.98, -67.39, 4.9, 142.0

*CHILE-BOLIVIA BORDER REGION: 22-AUG-2010 04:51:58, -21.81, -68.16, 4.1, 95.0; 22-AUG-2010 08:06:31, -21.11, -67.23, 5.1, 145.0; 25-AUG-2010 02:35:02, -21.17, -68.91, 4.8, 123.0; 17-SEP-2010 03:25:29, -21.57, -67.05, 5.3, 168.1

*NORTHERN CHILE: 25-AUG-2010 12:02:38, -22.53, -68.76, 5.1, 73.0; 08-SEP-2010 14:47:24, -18.08, -69.26, 4.9, 108.0

*SALTA PROVINCE, ARGENTINA: 04-SEP-2010 17:18:01, -24.69, -65.39, 4.8, 24.0

*NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN PERU: 25-AUG-2010 11:36:40, -27.14, -70.72, 4.5, 40.0

*CATAMARCA PROVINCE, ARGENTINA: 20-SEP-2010 03:25:27, -28.00, -66.40, 4.8, 136.1

*CORDOBA PROVINCE, ARGENTINA: 16-SEP-2010 00:00:21, -30.93, -65.56, 4.9, 166.5

*SAN JUAN PROVINCE, ARGENTINA: 03-SEP-2010 22:12:35, -31.68, -67.97, 4.9, 94.0

*CHILE-ARGENTINA BORDER REGION: 13-SEP-2010 16:44:47, -31.85, -70.22, 4.9, 101.0

*NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 12-SEP-2010 21:08:45, -29.59, -71.46, 4.7, 34.5

*NEAR COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 22-AUG-2010 01:25:41, -34.76, -71.72, 4.5, 47.0; 17-SEP-2010 05:52:03, -33.61, -71.94, 4.9, 27.6

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 10-SEP-2010 07:44:44, -33.94, -72.32, 4.8, 35.0

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 20-SEP-2010 05:42:56, -33.70, -72.04, 5.4, 28.9

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 22-AUG-2010 03:49:58, -36.53, -73.72, 5.4, 19.0; 29-AUG-2010 08:51:01, -37.63, -73.39, 5.2, 35.0; 03-SEP-2010 03:49:13, -36.88, -72.75, 4.2, 30.0; 06-SEP-2010 03:20:46, -37.79, -73.42, 4.9, 39.0; 09-SEP-2010 07:28:02, -37.01, -73.37, 6.0, 17.6; 14-SEP-2010 03:23:39, -37.17, -73.36, 5.0, 35.0; 14-SEP-2010 03:37:18, -36.81, -73.60, 4.8, 35.0; 17-SEP-2010 06:52:43, -37.52, -73.56, 4.9, 25.3

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 20-SEP-2010 13:44:41, -37.94, -75.02, 4.8, 25.5

*OFF COAST OF CENTRAL CHILE: 22-AUG-2010 03:11:57, -39.08, -73.26, 4.0, 28.0


[Stations of Seismic Network Operations in Central and South America]

1) IU/SLBS: Sierra la Laguna Baja California Sur, Mexico

<Latitude:23.69, Longitude:-109.94, Elevation: 825 m>

2) CU/TGUH: Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

<Latitude:14.06, Longitude:-87.27, Elevation: 0.0 km>

3) CU/BCIP: Isla Barro Colorado, Panama

<Latitude:9.166, Longitude:-79.837, Elevation: 61 m>

4) CU/MTDJ: Mount Denham, Jamaica

<Latitude:18.226, Longitude:-77.535, Elevation: 925 m>

5) IU/SJG: San Juan, Puerto Rico

<Latitude:18.109, Longitude:-66.15, Elevation: 420 m>

6) CU/ANWB: Willy Bob, Antigua and Barbuda

<Latitude:17.669, Longitude:-61.786, Elevation: 39 m>

7) CU/BBGH: Gun Hill, Barbados

<Latitude:13.143, Longitude:-59.559, Elevation: 180 m>

8) CU/GRGR: Grenville, Grenada

<Latitude:12.132, Longitude:-61.654, Elevation: 195 m>

9) IU/LVC: Limon Verde, Chile

<Latitude: -22.61, Longitude: -68.91, Elevation: 2967 m>

10) IU/LCO: Las Campanas Astronomical Observatory, Chile

<Latitude: -29.011, Longitude: -70.7, Elevation: 2300 m>

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Comment by Shari-Lyn Wheeler on September 25, 2010 at 12:55am
I feel for you Norma.
Comment by Norma Rozas Leal on September 25, 2010 at 12:42am
It is a superb work, indeed, but very worrying and terrible for us, who live in this narrow and long Chile. If one could know some approximate date and be able to escape from the most dangerous zone! But work, studies, responsibilities, etc., keep us here, even though one never knows if tomorrow we'll be alive...
Comment by Alison on September 24, 2010 at 8:04pm
It does seem like we may see something in this part of the world as our 7 out of 10 event. Thank you for putting all of the data in one place. This helps greatly with regard to getting a feel for the overall event that is taking place.
Comment by Hante on September 24, 2010 at 3:26pm
Once again, many thanks for pulling together an amazing amount of detail, to show the big picture for the benefit of many.
Comment by Shari-Lyn Wheeler on September 24, 2010 at 2:39pm
Wow!! You really did a great job here. Thank you so much for all the effort you have put in to keep us informed...
Comment by julia wall on September 24, 2010 at 2:03pm
hello Kojima, thank you for providing all with such incredible detail, arisen from your hard work! much appreciated :-) x
Comment by aura-mist on September 24, 2010 at 1:26pm
kojima thank you for your time and great job.
It comes to my mind a dream I had a couple of months ago about fires in the water.....I think it was about the off shore oli ring explotion
Comment by David on September 24, 2010 at 1:06pm
Very well documented, excellent!
Comment by Carlos on September 24, 2010 at 8:40am
Very complete and well done Kojima! all the links, the explanation, the pictures, it will be very useful for many! ARIGATO!
Comment by Malou (Marie Louise) Geleff on September 24, 2010 at 7:58am
thank you so much ! what a great, great job !!

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