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February 24, 2014 |

By Dr. Becker

Today, I have a very special guest speaking with me over the phone. His name is Dr. Hubert Karreman, and he is the veterinarian at the Rodale Institute. The Rodale Institute was founded in 1947 by organic pioneer J.I. Rodale to study the link between healthy soil, healthy food and healthy people.

Before he joined Rodale, Dr. Karreman founded Bovinity Health, a small company that provides natural veterinary products for large animal medicine. He also founded his own solo practice, Penn Dutch Cow Care, which he operated for 15 years as a holistic large animal practitioner.

Dr. Karreman now works primarily with certified organic dairy farmers as a consultant. He also lectures widely on natural treatment options for cows, which is the topic of our discussion today.

Entering Veterinary School: A Childhood Dream Comes Full Circle

I asked Dr. Karreman to talk a little about his career path as a large animal veterinarian. He replied that he grew up in the suburbs right outside Philadelphia, in Bala Cynwyd, PA. His dad was a professor at the University of Pennsylvania. Like many other children, Dr. Karreman wanted to be a veterinarian for cats and dogs when he grew up. He was very influenced by books by James Herriot (author of All Creatures Great and Small, among many others), which he read during elementary school and junior high.

When Dr. Karreman was in the eighth grade, the veterinarian his family used came to his school to give a talk about his profession, and Dr. Karreman was even more motivated toward his goal of becoming a DVM.

But when he eventually went away to college at the University of New Hampshire, he began as a biochemistry major. Then he did a bit of “wandering,” as many young people at that age do. He worked at a gas station during the summer between his freshman and sophomore years, which got him thinking about the earth’s resources. When he returned to school, he began learning about resource conservation. He took a soil science class, really got into soils, and declared that as his new major.

During his time at the University of New Hampshire, he completed a work-study program with the USDA Soil Conservation Service, as it was called back in the early 1980s. Dr. Karreman said it was really wonderful, fun work for a kid from the suburbs, surveying land for conservation practices on dairy farms in southeastern New Hampshire. He could always see dairy cows off in the distance and was drawn to them, but didn’t get the opportunity to interact with them while he was involved in soil conservation work.

Immediately upon graduation in June 1984, his desire to learn about dairy cows drove him to work as an apprentice on dairy farms. He mucked out cow stalls and did general farm labor for a pittance. Then in the winter of 1984-85, Dr. Karreman traveled to Holland to visit relatives. They weren’t farmers, but he told them, “I’d love to milk cows here in Holland or learn how.” So he started milking cows in Holland and was instantly addicted.

For the next six years, Dr. Karreman continued to work on farms. In 1988, he landed on an organic farm and was exposed for the first time to alternative medicine. He thought, “Wow, no way are these going to work, these little BB-sized white pellets in these round little bottles.” They were homeopathics. And then he saw them work, and one day it hit him like a bolt of lightning from God. Dr. Karreman says he almost heard a voice from above say, “Go to veterinary school.”

Suddenly, his childhood dream of becoming a veterinarian came alive again. He had to take some additional classes to get into vet school, and he knew he had to get really good grades this time around, unlike his University of New Hampshire grade point average! And as Dr. Karreman puts it, “Lo and behold, I got top grades and got in!”

Isn’t that a great story? I was exposed to homeopathy while studying wildlife rehabilitation at the age of 16. At that time, I couldn’t even pronounce the word “homeopathy,” nor did I understand it. But I saw that it worked amazingly well. It sounds like Dr. Karreman had a very similar experience with the use of homeopathy with dairy cows. I asked him what his exposure was to homeopathy in veterinary school.

Dr. Karreman explained that while in vet school he didn’t hide the fact that he was into organics and was interested in alternative medicine. And as he thinks back on it now, during his first two years of school while he was learning the basics, the professors he had were more open to discussions about alternative therapies than the actual clinicians who taught him in his third and fourth years.

After Vet School, Dr. Karreman Establishes a Satellite Practice with an Emphasis on Large Animal Homeopathics

Next, I asked Dr. Karreman where he began working after graduating from veterinary school. Did he go with a traditional practice? Or did he open his own practice so he could take a more integrative approach, using alternative treatments like homeopathy?

Dr. Karreman said that when he was a herdsman from 1988 to 1990 on a Biodynamic organic farm, he received training – as did other farmers in Lancaster and Chester counties in southeastern Pennsylvania – from Dr. Ed Schaefer. Dr. Karreman feels Dr. Schaefer is the best teacher of large animal homeopathics in the U.S.

When he was finishing up vet school, Dr. Karreman asked Dr. Schaefer if he would like him to set up a satellite practice in Lancaster County, since Dr. Schaefer was in Lebanon County. Dr. Schaefer agreed, but couldn’t pay Dr. Karreman much because he hadn’t planned for someone to offer to open a satellite practice for him! But as Dr. Karreman points out, “When my heart’s into something, I do it regardless of the pay.” He thinks a lot of veterinarians are like that.

While attending the presentations Dr. Schaefer gave to teach homeopathics, Dr. Karreman started meeting up again with many of the farmers he’d known during his years as an apprentice. As it turns out, he didn’t have to do much cold calling to get business for his satellite practice, because he’d made all those contacts years before. This was at a time when organics were really starting to take off, and the farmers he knew were like, “Hey, this is cool. This is Dr. Karreman. He’s just out of vet school. And he wants us to use homeopathics just like we all learned from Dr. Schaefer. This is great!” And things just sort of developed from there.

It’s really wonderful and unique how things ultimately fell into place. Dr. Karreman believes it was serendipity along with spiritual guidance. He feels he was put on his path when he heard those words from above, “Go to veterinary school” back in the late 1980s. Things have fallen into place almost every day since then.

Beyond Homeopathics to Multi-Potency Homeochords

I asked Dr. Karreman if when he started out, he practiced exclusively holistic medicine, or was it more integrative? Did he practice traditional veterinary medicine at any point?

He answered that interestingly, most vets who get into alternative medicine first spend many years practicing conventional medicine – antibiotics, hormones, steroids, etc. Eventually, they arrive at a place where they say to themselves, “I’m just not seeing the results I want to see,” or “I didn’t go to vet school just to use these two or three or four treatment protocols.” But in Dr. Karreman’s case, he actually went to vet school because he had already seen how well alternative therapies work.

But once he started practicing in 1995, he quickly hit sort of a glass ceiling with regard to homeopathics in the treatment of dairy cows. He wasn’t a classically trained homeopath. He refers to himself as a mongrel or mutt – an eclectic practitioner. He uses whatever it takes to get the healing response he’s looking for. That’s why when he attended vet school, he wanted to mix and match different modalities. Every case is different, and he knew that.

For example, let’s say a cow is fresh (has just given birth to a calf), hasn’t passed the afterbirth, and has pneumonia. She’s sunken-eyed and depressed. She’s obviously sick. Using homeopathic pyrogen alone isn’t going to get the same results as also giving IV fluids, perhaps some calcium (if she’s older), and maybe some other therapies as well. Dr. Karreman would try various combinations of treatments – whatever it took to initiate a healing response in the animal.

At that time, he might have been a little quicker to suggest antibiotics (than now). He personally had nothing against antibiotics, but most of the farmers he worked with were looking to use homeopathics rather than antibiotics. That’s where he started hitting the glass ceiling with homeopathics. At the time, Dr. Karreman happened to be reading a book by James Duke and Steven Foster called A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants (Eastern and Central North America) (Houghton and Mifflin, Boston, 1990).

He began reading that some plants, like caulophyllum (blue cohosh), arnica, and aconite, are also used in botanical medicine for roughly the same physical indications as in homeopathic medicine. He realized there was a lot of overlap. But physicians from the Eclectic school of medicine and native Indians would use actual botanical juice, but in small amounts — whereas homeopaths use only the energetic essence of the plant to treat similar conditions. So Dr. Karreman thought, “Why not use both?”

That was back in 1999 or 2000. Now when he uses homeopathics, he likes to use what he calls multi-potency homeochords. He still must “diagnose” (select) the correct remedy. He still needs to know what the remedies are called. But once he knows 3-4 indications, he knows what remedy is most appropriate. He then uses it in a multi-potency combination:mother tincture 1X, 2X,4X,12C, 30C and 200C – equal parts of ever increasing diluted and vigorously shaken original plant material.

Selecting the right remedy, and providing some of the juice plus some of the homeopathic energetic essence, in Dr. Karreman’s opinion, stimulates a deeper healing response than using just one or the other.

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FILE - In this June 26, 2013 file photo, Gov. Paul LePage speaks to reporters shortly after the Maine House and Senate both voted to override his veto of the state budget, at the State House in Augusta, Maine. The Republican governor's clash with Democratic lawmakers over whether to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act ended with the governor's veto - and a vow by Democrats to try again. The story, one of several quarrels between the GOP governor and Democratic-controlled Legislature, was voted the top story of 2013 in Maine in a survey by The Associated Press and its member news organizations in Maine. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty, File) Maine Gov. Paul LePage in June 2013.   (Robert F. Bukaty/AP)

Maine will become the second state to require labels on food that contains genetically modified ingredients under new legislation signed by Gov. Paul LePage (R) this week — but only after other states follow suit.

LePage signed the legislation, initially introduced by a Republican state representative, over the objections of agriculture giants who produce many of the raw ingredients that go into everyday foods.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that about 70 percent of the food products sold in supermarkets contain genetically modified ingredients, the Portland Press-Herald reported.

But shoppers in Maine won’t see those GMO labels slapped all over grocery stores any time soon. The legislation doesn’t go into effect until five nearby states, including New Hampshire, pass similar labeling laws. New Hampshire’s legislature will take up a similar measure during its legislative session this year.

That provision was necessary, the bill’s backers said, to build a broad base of support. It’s similar to a provision in a GMO labeling bill passed by Connecticut’s legislature, signed into law last month by Gov. Dannel Malloy (D), which won’t take effect until a combination of Northeastern states that add up to 20 million residents pass similar legislation.

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By Michael Conathan, Guest Blogger on November 4, 2013 at 10:24 am

A tanker offloads oil into the Portland-Montreal Pipeline alongside South Portland, Maine’s Bug Light Park.

A tanker offloads oil into the Portland-Montreal Pipeline alongside South Portland, Maine’s Bug Light Park.

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SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE — On Tuesday, approximately 25,000 residents of South Portland will decide the future of what could soon become America’s next tar sands pipeline. Not Keystone XL; the Portland-Montreal Pipeline.

In 1941, as Germany choked off Canada’s fuel supply during the early stages of World War II, the U.S. opened a pipeline to allow imported crude to flow from Maine to Montreal. Today, that same pipeline has made Portland the second biggest oil port on the eastern seaboard. Tankers steam into Casco Bay almost daily, navigating among lobster buoys and kayakers, and dwarfing the fishing boats that once lined the waterfront of Maine’s largest city.

But as natural gas has begun to replace heating oil in the northeast, and as Canada has moved aggressively to tap the Alberta tar sands, demand for imported oil is declining. And the pipeline’s owners and operators smell a new source of business: reversing the pipeline’s flow to send tar sands to Maine for export.

In June, nearly 4,000 South Portland residents responded to the threat that their hometown could serve as the next spigot for some of the dirtiest fuel on the planet by signing a petition to get a measure known as the Waterfront Protection Ordinance included on this year’s ballot, which would amend the city code to prevent the construction of a tar sands export facility at the end of the pipeline.

Larry Wilson, the pipeline company’s CEO, has repeatedly insisted that there are no current plans to use his infrastructure to move tar sands, but such a move is clearly at least on the drawing board. Wilson has repeatedly asserted that his organization is “aggressively looking for every opportunity — and that could involve a reversal” to ship tar sands south.

Towns along the pipeline’s route from Quebec, through Vermont and New Hampshire, and down into Maine have already made official statements of opposition to the proposal. Vermont Governor Peter Shumlin wrote to Secretary of State John Kerry in June, asking him to block any move to ship tar sands through the pipeline.

Maine’s neighbors fear becoming the next Mayflower, Arkansas or Kalamazoo, Michigan. Both of those towns are still dealing with the aftermath of tar sands spills from pipelines that are wreaking havoc on public health and proving all but impossible to clean up. In the case of Kalamazoo, the process has lasted more than three years and cost over a billion dollars, and the bottom of the Kalamazoo River remains choked with tar sands as thick as molasses.

However, resolutions by the pipeline’s pass-through communities are non-binding on the company. As the terminus and the municipality where oil would be stored, treated, and loaded on tankers, South Portland is uniquely positioned to influence the company’s ability to move tar sands.

portland-pipelineLocal efforts have the pipeline company circling the wagons. Opponents of the Waterfront Protection Ordinance, united as the Working Waterfront Coalition, have outspent supporters six to one over the course of the campaign, spending $600,000 in cash and in-kind donations which have come exclusively from corporate entities and their affiliates, including the American Petroleum Institute.

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Oct. 2, 2013 at 8:56 AM ET

When a neurosurgery patient died from a rare and fatal brain disorder at a New Hampshire hospital this summer, it sent a ripple of panic across the region, particularly for 15 people warned that they may have been exposed to Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease through contaminated hospital surgical equipment. Everyone wondered who might spread this dire bug, and who might be at risk.

But families of others who have suffered — and died — from the little-known but invariably deadly disease say that reaction is only the beginning of the fear, discrimination and rejection that CJD patients face.

Jerry Bailey, who had Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, with his family days before he died – and before his body was rejected by several funeral homes fearf...

Courtesy Karen Bailey
Jerry Bailey, 64, lies in a Utah hospital in August, surrounded by his daughters, Amanda Bailey, Raelynn Miller, Nichole Bailey and Stephanie Rathbone. The Boise, Idaho, man died five weeks later of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare and fatal brain disorder. His body was rejected by four funeral homes and a crematorium out of fear of infection, family members said.

Across the country, funeral homes and crematoriums are routinely refusing to accept the bodies of CJD patients out of fear of infection, despite health guidelines that say that — with standard precautions — embalming and burial is perfectly safe.

“It happens a lot,” said Robert Kassai, a New Jersey funeral director who also sits on the board of the CJD Foundation, an advocacy group. “There are many, many instances where families call me saying they’ve been turned away.”

Some families report that their loved ones who died from CJD were removed from the hospital, placed in double body bags and taken directly to a crematorium with no warning. Others tell NBC News that funeral workers forced pallbearers to wear medical gloves and told mourners to stand far back from the gravesite and to disperse quickly after the ceremony.

“The funeral issue is the bane of our existence, basically,” said Florence Kranitz, president of the CJD Foundation. “They get people at their most vulnerable, when they’ve been hit by the freight train of this disease.”

CJD is very rare — with about one death per million people worldwide each year. But Kassai estimates that dozens of the estimated 300 people in the U.S. who annually die from the degenerative brain disease are rejected by the people in charge of final disposition.

That was the case for Amanda Bailey of Ogden, Utah, whose 64-year-old father, Jerry Bailey, died Sept. 18, just four months after exhibiting the first signs of CJD. Typical symptoms include memory and cognitive problems, vision problems and, later, trouble walking and speaking.

After his devastating decline, Jerry Bailey’s remains were rejected by four Salt Lake City funeral homes and a crematorium, she said.

“They wouldn’t even cremate him because they worried that the spores would become airborne,” said Bailey, 27. “They apologized and said they were sorry, but they didn’t want to risk the health and the safety of the people there.”

Never mind that CJD is caused not by spores but by prions, virus-like proteins that manage to transform other proteins into disease-causing shapes. Like most patients, Jerry Bailey had sporadic CJD, which occurs spontaneously, with no known cause or cure. It’s not the variant form of the disease that causes a human form of “mad cow disease,” associated with eating beef.

And never mind that infectious disease experts say that the prions, though hard to kill, don’t spread easily and not through the air or through ordinary skin contact. It takes injection, transplantation or even consumption of the tainted tissue to cause infection.

“’There’s no known actual risk. Morticians are in no more danger at all than anyone else,” said Dr. Richard T. Johnson, a CJD expert and a neurology professor at Johns Hopkins Medicine, in Baltimore, Md.

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Fatal rare brain disease confirmed in N.H. patient; 15 possibly exposed

 

Sep. 21, 2013 at 1:04 AM ET

A neurosurgery patient treated at a New Hampshire hospital this spring did have a rare brain disorder known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, health officials confirmed Friday. That means that 15 other people in three states may have been exposed to the invariably deadly infection through potentially tainted surgical equipment.

Autopsy results came back positive for CJD from the National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center and were reported to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services and Catholic Medical Center, where the surgery took place.

Earlier this month, New Hampshire officials notified eight patients who may have been exposed to CJD through shared equipment. Five others in Massachusetts and two in Connecticut were also warned of the risk, health officials in those states said.

“Though we are not surprised by the test results, we are saddened by the toll this disease takes on families and our sympathies go out to all those affected,” said Dr. Jose Montero, New Hampshire’s director of public health, in a statement. There is no way to confirm the disease except through autopsy after a patient’s death.

The initial patient turned out to have sporadic CJD, which occurs spontaneously. It’s not the variant form of the disease that causes a human type of “mad cow disease” and is associated with eating beef contaminated with the cattle version of the infection, called bovine spongiform encephalotpathy, or BSE, experts said.

The problem arose because standard hospital disinfection techniques cannot eradicate the prion that causes CJD. A prion is a protein and the type that causes BSE and CJD is misfolded and somehow manages to transform other proteins into disease-causing shape.

The initial patient had surgery at Catholic Medical Center in Manchester, N.H., where eight others were also treated. The five Massachusetts patients underwent surgery at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, while the two Connecticut patients were treated at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Haven, health officials said.

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Foxy entered my life unexpectedly on the first night of 2006, a brutally cold and snowy night in New Hampshire. I opened the door to let the dog out and found a scrawny, partially frozen calico kitten clinging to the outer screen of the storm door. She weighed 2 1/2 pounds, the knobs of her spine were easy to see and her pelvic bones jutted up like the fins of a ’57 Chevy.

I began feeding her immediately, barely able to snatch my fingers away in time while offering her leftover Christmas turkey. When I brought her to the vet, he prepared me as best he could by telling me that she might not make it. There was a danger that she would go into organ failure. What he didn’t count on was this small cat’s will to survive. She gobbled up five cans of cat food a day and at night, she would snuggle up to me for body heat. Eventually she lost part of an ear to frostbite.

When my husband returned home from Iraq, he was somewhat dismayed to discover that while the dog was happy to see him again, there was this fluffy, fat cat that stood between us, growling, hissing and refusing to let him enter the house. She’s mellowed a bit over the last seven years, extending her loyalty to my spouse (after the prerequisite amount of blood had been shed on his part), reveling in the desert climes of Arizona (she doesn’t miss snow at all)…but sometimes I will catch a look from her that seems to say, “I won’t ever forget that night and how you saved me.”

I may have opened my home and heart to her…but Foxy taught me about bravery, how to accept help with gratitude and reward it with loyalty. She proved that there are times when the only thing that stands between life and death is the will to survive. I’ve loved many animals…but she’s the first one I’ve ever admired and aspired to emulate. I hope she is with me for many, many more years.

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Mesa, AZ
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bikerbillnh

Published on Aug 15, 2013

This is how the Free State rolls. This is just the kind of active support for limited government, liberty and personal responsibility that’s increasingly part of daily life in NH. Thank you FSP. What took you so long to get here…?
http://freestateproject.org/

During testimony at the Concord City Council public hearing regarding the acquisition of a ManBearPig– er, I mean BearCat, the “Homeland Security” grant-subsidized (so, your money, regardless) armored attack truck (the manufacturer’s description, although the cops prefer “rescue vehicle,” which isn’t exactly prominent in the marketing materials for some reason) by local law enforcement’s Special Operations Unit, in Concord, NH, 8/12/2013, there was this little gem from retired Marine Colonel Pete Martino. Complete hearing at http://bikerbillnh.blogspot.com/2013/…

“Peter Martino is a citizen of the State of New Hampshire. Mr. Martino is a Colonel in the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve who has been mobilized three times. During his military career, he commanded an infantry platoon, company, and battalion. He was also the senior U.S. adviser to an Iraqi Army brigade. Mr. Martino has had a successful civilian career providing training, consulting, and program management services to private companies and to state and federal agency contractors. Mr. Martino presently holds a top secret security clearance.”
2008

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Radley Balko on the Militarization of Police

ReasonTV

Published on Aug 6, 2013

“The police have become more militarized, more soldier-like in the last generation or two,” explains journalist and author Radley Balko. “It applies to the weapons they are using, the uniforms they wear…to the tactics they use, to what I think is the most pervasive problem which is the mindset that police officers take to the job.”

Balko, author of the new book Rise of the Warrior Cop: The Militarization of America’s Police Forces, sat down with ReasonTV to discuss the book, the growth and development of SWAT forces, and how the drug war has fostered an “us against them” mentality within police departments.

Balko is a senior writer and investigative reporter at the Huffington Post. His work primarily focuses on the drug war and police abuse. Previously, Balko worked as a senior editor for Reason Magazine.

About 12 minutes.

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Six months after Hurricane Sandy, thousands are still homeless

Posted:   04/28/2013 12:01:00 AM MDT

By Wayne Parry
The Associated Press

Flags decorate a fence around the burned remains of more than 60 small bungalows Thursday at Camp Osborn in Brick, N.J. The structures were destroyed by Hurricane Sandy in October. Six months after the storm, recovery has been slow. (Mel Evans, The Associated Press)

MANTOLOKING, n.j. — The 9-year-old girl who got New Jersey’s tough-guy governor to shed a tear as he comforted her after her home was destroyed is bummed because she now lives far from her best friend and has nowhere to hang her One Direction posters.

A New Jersey woman whose home was overtaken by mold still cries when she drives through the area. A New York City man whose home burned can’t wait to build a new one.

Six months after Hurricane Sandy devastated the Jersey shore and New York City and pounded coastal areas of New England, the region is dealing with a slow and frustrating recovery.

“Some families and some lives have come back together quickly and well, and some people are up and running almost as if nothing ever happened, and for them it’s been fine,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a news conference Thursday. “Some people are still very much in the midst of recovery. You still have people in hotel rooms, you still have people doubled up, you still have people fighting with insurance companies, and for them it’s been terrible and horrendous.”

Lynda Fricchione’s flood-damaged home in the Ortley Beach section of Toms River, N.J., is gutted. The roof was fixed just last week.

The family is largely living out of cardboard boxes in an apartment. Waiting for a decision from federal and state authorities over new flood maps that govern the price of flood insurance is tormenting her and many others.

“The largest problem is, nobody really knows how high we’re going to have to elevate the house,” she said. “At town hall, they told us 5 feet, but then they said it might go down to 3 feet in the summer. Most of us are waiting until the final maps come out. It’s wait-and-see.”

More than anything, Fricchione is optimistic, buoyed by a recent trip to New Orleans with her daughter during which they met a resident of the Lower Ninth Ward who was one of the first to move back in after Hurricane Katrina.

“Talking to that man was wonderful!” Fricchione said. “He said it takes time and you just have to have hope and know it will all work out eventually.”

The recovery from Hurricane Sandy, which struck Oct. 29, has been slow. From Maryland to New Hampshire, the National Hurricane Center attributes 72 deaths directly to Sandy and 87 others indirectly from causes such as hypothermia due to power outages, carbon-monoxide poisoning and accidents during cleanup efforts.

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Thousands still homeless after Sandy

Published time: April 29, 2013 19:06

A destroyed by Superstorm Sandy home is viewed in Oakwood Beach in Staten Island on February 5, 2013 in New York City. (AFP Photo / Spencer Platt)

A destroyed by Superstorm Sandy home is viewed in Oakwood Beach in Staten Island on February 5, 2013 in New York City. (AFP Photo / Spencer Platt)

Tens of thousands of Hurricane Sandy victims still remain homeless, desperately waiting for government assistance while fearfully anticipating the start of another hurricane season.

Some victims are living out of cardboard boxes, overstaying their welcomes at the homes of friends and family while their own houses remain demolished. Families remain separated, dispersed throughout the country as they continue to fight with their insurance companies for assistance that has never come. Businesses are shuttered, homes are overtaken by mold and piles of rubble litter the backyards of the houses that now stand empty.

Victims relying on subsidized hotel rooms could soon end up on the streets, since government relief funding is set to expire. Advocates claim there is not enough public and low-income housing to accommodate the hundreds who have relied on FEMA-subsidized hotel rooms for the past six months.

In the seaside community of Breezy Point, Queens, 2,400 of the 2,800 homes remain unoccupied. The neighborhood stands as a ghost town, illuminated only by the flames of the fire burning down the houses red-tagged for demolition.

“Insurance and the new building codes delay everything. It’s like Breezy is frozen in time,” Michael Sullivan, a resident of the seaside community, told the New York Daily News.

And after six months of a gruelingly slow recovery, tens of thousands of residents remain homeless, dreaming of a normal life that they may never be able to return to.

“Some people are still very much in the midst of recovery. You still have people in hotel rooms, you still have people doubling up, you still have people fighting with insurance companies, and for them it’s been terrible and horrendous,” said Gov. Andrew Cuomo, ahead of the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.

 

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Earth Watch Report  –  Avalanche

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18.01.2013 Avalanche USA State of New Hampshire, [Tuckerman Ravine, Coos County] Damage level
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Avalanche in USA on Friday, 18 January, 2013 at 05:27 (05:27 AM) UTC.

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An avalanche was reported late Thursday evening at Tuckerman Ravine in North Conway, NH. Between six and nine people were said to be on the mountain at the time of the incident, several of whom were injured transported to Androscoggin Valley Hospital, according to a spokesman from Berlin Fire Department. “It seems like they are all off the mountain,” said firefighter Jonathan Larin. “I noticed that about three or four ambulances from both Gorham and Jackson were utilized.” The condition of those injured was not immediately available. The Mount Washington Avalanche Center had issued an avalanche advisory for Tuckerman Ravine on Thursday.

 

Earthquakes

USGS

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
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MAP  4.3 2012/09/17 23:28:38   23.334   100.045 15.0  YUNNAN, CHINA
MAP  5.0   2012/09/17 21:15:45  -14.902   167.409 146.9  VANUATU
MAP  2.8 2012/09/17 21:12:30   36.644  -120.949 9.6  CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
MAP  5.4   2012/09/17 20:07:55   -5.717   150.119 92.7  NEW BRITAIN REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
MAP  5.0   2012/09/17 19:09:31   39.808   142.084 36.7  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN
MAP  3.1 2012/09/17 16:18:04   19.076   -67.493 25.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  4.6   2012/09/17 16:08:46   72.472   2.746 10.0  NORWEGIAN SEA
MAP  2.5 2012/09/17 15:44:43   19.319   -64.711 7.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.8   2012/09/17 14:19:24  -10.786   113.812 12.2  SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA
MAP  2.5 2012/09/17 14:02:27   18.505   -64.574 49.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.7   2012/09/17 13:27:23  -10.967   113.736 10.0  SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA
MAP  3.1 2012/09/17 12:55:32   60.050  -152.166 55.1  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  2.8 2012/09/17 12:10:22   19.350  -155.027 8.4  ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
MAP  3.2 2012/09/17 09:51:44   19.660   -64.249 12.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.2 2012/09/17 09:31:35   50.255  -170.132 46.9  SOUTH OF THE ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
MAP  3.1 2012/09/17 09:25:40   19.304   -64.517 15.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.1 2012/09/17 09:20:33   19.136   -64.917 50.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.3 2012/09/17 07:05:53   38.727   46.717 10.0  NORTHWESTERN IRAN
MAP  2.8 2012/09/17 05:30:27   37.000  -104.929 4.9  COLORADO
MAP  3.1 2012/09/17 04:19:58   19.633   -64.449 13.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.6   2012/09/17 03:08:44   42.338   144.882 45.7  HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/17 02:50:44   42.464  -125.837 10.0  OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP  2.6 2012/09/17 02:28:16   18.439   -66.447 81.0  PUERTO RICO
MAP  2.9 2012/09/17 01:59:18   42.421  -125.880 10.0  OFF THE COAST OF OREGON
MAP  4.4 2012/09/17 01:29:50   49.312   154.831 85.5  KURIL ISLANDS
MAP  3.3 2012/09/17 00:51:16   61.059  -140.138 4.2  SOUTHERN YUKON TERRITORY, CANADA

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
MAP  4.4 2012/09/16 23:22:26   12.643   -89.151 35.3  OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 23:15:32   37.062  -104.834 5.0  COLORADO
MAP  4.8   2012/09/16 22:09:15   10.509   126.739 73.0  PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.5   2012/09/16 21:46:44   -7.019   129.673 134.6  KEPULAUAN BABAR, INDONESIA
MAP  5.3   2012/09/16 21:46:20   10.591   126.676 49.5  PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 21:04:12   19.090   -65.780 12.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/16 20:54:40   19.746   -64.189 18.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.0 2012/09/16 20:49:12   51.404  -176.543 24.6  ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  3.2 2012/09/16 20:43:08   19.721   -64.259 17.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/16 19:13:15   52.458  -174.573 224.9  ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  3.2 2012/09/16 19:12:45   19.725   -64.190 19.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.5 2012/09/16 19:10:01   18.308   -67.115 15.0  PUERTO RICO
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 18:54:01   38.808  -122.810 0.7  NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP  3.4 2012/09/16 18:53:03   38.793  -122.766 3.3  NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
MAP  4.5   2012/09/16 18:33:27   12.674   -89.203 51.1  OFFSHORE EL SALVADOR
MAP  3.6 2012/09/16 17:58:07   19.622   -64.330 48.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 16:46:55   19.679   -64.303 25.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.8   2012/09/16 16:17:25   0.496   96.928 25.4  NIAS REGION, INDONESIA
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 16:07:08   19.633   -64.356 25.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 15:42:49   19.663   -64.323 24.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.9   2012/09/16 15:32:55  -10.734   113.860 15.2  SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 15:15:24   18.072   -68.522 112.0  DOMINICAN REPUBLIC REGION
MAP  4.3 2012/09/16 14:52:08   19.596   -64.201 70.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.7   2012/09/16 14:30:05   58.068   -32.179 10.0  REYKJANES RIDGE
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 14:09:48   19.718   -64.299 18.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.2 2012/09/16 14:06:05   19.614   -64.299 58.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.3 2012/09/16 13:13:30  -10.945   113.669 10.0  SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA
MAP  5.0   2012/09/16 13:02:54  -18.425  -174.693 124.7  TONGA
MAP  5.0   2012/09/16 12:50:47   -2.711   138.699 52.9  PAPUA, INDONESIA
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 12:13:04   19.720   -64.246 39.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.0 2012/09/16 12:04:22   19.515   -64.194 81.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 11:49:37   18.933   -65.784 5.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 11:35:52   18.915   -65.164 63.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.7 2012/09/16 11:25:10   51.961   178.527 2.8  RAT ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 10:52:31   66.361  -147.499 11.1  NORTHERN ALASKA
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 10:32:58   19.113   -65.813 38.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 10:28:44   19.022   -65.788 8.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.5 2012/09/16 10:27:25   18.669   -64.629 10.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 10:24:49   19.044   -64.817 52.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 10:22:22   19.813   -64.374 34.0  NORTH OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS
MAP  2.7 2012/09/16 10:17:51   19.019   -65.842 45.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.1 2012/09/16 10:13:45   19.628   -64.370 15.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 10:12:12   19.005   -65.832 19.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.2 2012/09/16 10:09:44   18.967   -65.832 10.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.7 2012/09/16 10:08:30   19.007   -65.814 5.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 10:06:41   19.082   -65.810 17.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 10:05:07   19.007   -65.762 8.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 10:04:06   19.092   -65.836 18.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/16 10:00:43   19.000   -65.770 65.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 09:59:25   19.087   -65.789 44.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.7 2012/09/16 09:55:44   19.108   -65.778 35.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 09:54:22   19.061   -65.865 25.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.1 2012/09/16 09:47:56   19.071   -65.833 13.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 09:47:02   19.044   -65.826 13.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.9 2012/09/16 09:34:49   19.667   -64.299 24.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/16 09:06:13   19.326   -64.088 93.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.5   2012/09/16 08:25:43   14.337   -92.731 35.0  OFFSHORE CHIAPAS, MEXICO
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 08:05:35   51.756  -176.474 72.5  ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS., ALASKA
MAP  4.4 2012/09/16 07:54:16   37.351   35.609 17.0  CENTRAL TURKEY
MAP  3.1 2012/09/16 07:41:17   19.592   -66.248 16.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 07:28:43   19.035   -65.401 14.0  PUERTO RICO REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 07:13:58   19.623   -64.178 69.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.3 2012/09/16 06:57:54   18.717   -64.292 44.0  ANEGADA, BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 06:54:44   19.556   -64.080 63.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.7 2012/09/16 06:28:23   19.006   -65.021 31.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.9   2012/09/16 06:07:26   3.619   90.166 10.0  OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA
MAP  5.2   2012/09/16 05:51:09   10.142   -85.526 24.3  COSTA RICA
MAP  3.4 2012/09/16 05:40:06   19.558   -64.260 70.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.8 2012/09/16 05:07:30   19.551   -64.199 68.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 04:56:18   19.568   -64.254 68.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 04:46:54   19.527   -64.191 72.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  3.7 2012/09/16 04:14:10   19.649   -64.369 19.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 04:12:47   18.331   -66.214 57.0  PUERTO RICO
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 04:04:30   35.978  -120.217 20.0  CENTRAL CALIFORNIA
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 03:38:27   61.524  -147.414 7.7  SOUTHERN ALASKA
MAP  3.0 2012/09/16 02:33:12   19.691   -64.375 23.0  VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION
MAP  4.6   2012/09/16 01:38:08  -10.803   165.758 102.7  SANTA CRUZ ISLANDS
MAP  4.2 2012/09/16 00:39:25   15.542   -94.780 35.0  OFFSHORE OAXACA, MEXICO
MAP  3.2 2012/09/16 00:13:09   54.904  -157.093 34.2  SOUTH OF ALASKA
MAP  2.6 2012/09/16 00:09:01   34.715  -116.288 2.0  SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

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LISS – Live Internet Seismic Server

GSN Stations

These data update automatically every 30 minutes. Last update: September 18, 2012 08:18:50 UTC

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CU/ANWB, Willy Bob, Antigua and Barbuda

 ANWB 24hr plot

CU/BBGH, Gun Hill, Barbados

 BBGH 24hr plot

CU/BCIP, Isla Barro Colorado, Panama

 BCIP 24hr plot

CU/GRGR, Grenville, Grenada

 GRGR 24hr plot

CU/GRTK, Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands

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CU/GTBY, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

 GTBY 24hr plot

CU/MTDJ, Mount Denham, Jamaica

 MTDJ 24hr plot

CU/SDDR, Presa de Sabaneta, Dominican Republic

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CU/TGUH, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

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IC/BJT, Baijiatuan, Beijing, China

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IC/ENH, Enshi, China

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IC/HIA, Hailar, Neimenggu Province, China

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IC/LSA, Lhasa, China

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IC/MDJ, Mudanjiang, China

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IC/QIZ, Qiongzhong, Guangduong Province, China

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IU/ADK, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA

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IU/AFI, Afiamalu, Samoa

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IU/ANMO, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

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IU/ANTO, Ankara, Turkey

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IU/BBSR, Bermuda

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IU/BILL, Bilibino, Russia

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IU/CASY, Casey, Antarctica

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IU/CCM, Cathedral Cave, Missouri, USA

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IU/CHTO, Chiang Mai, Thailand

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IU/COLA, College Outpost, Alaska, USA

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IU/COR, Corvallis, Oregon, USA

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IU/CTAO, Charters Towers, Australia

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IU/DAV,Davao, Philippines

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IU/DWPF,Disney Wilderness Preserve, Florida, USA

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IU/FUNA,Funafuti, Tuvalu

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IU/FURI, Mt. Furi, Ethiopia

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IU/GNI, Garni, Armenia

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IU/GRFO, Grafenberg, Germany

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IU/GUMO, Guam, Mariana Islands

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IU/HKT, Hockley, Texas, USA

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IU/HNR, Honiara, Solomon Islands

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IU/HRV, Adam Dziewonski Observatory (Oak Ridge), Massachusetts, USA

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IU/INCN, Inchon, Republic of Korea

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IU/JOHN, Johnston Island, Pacific Ocean

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IU/KBS, Ny-Alesund, Spitzbergen, Norway

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IU/KEV, Kevo, Finland

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IU/KIEV, Kiev, Ukraine

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IU/KIP, Kipapa, Hawaii, USA

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IU/KMBO, Kilima Mbogo, Kenya

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IU/KNTN, Kanton Island, Kiribati

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IU/KONO, Kongsberg, Norway

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IU/KOWA, Kowa, Mali

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IU/LCO, Las Campanas Astronomical Observatory, Chile

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IU/LSZ, Lusaka, Zambia

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IU/LVC, Limon Verde, Chile

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IU/MA2, Magadan, Russia

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IU/MAJO, Matsushiro, Japan

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IU/MAKZ,Makanchi, Kazakhstan

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IU/MBWA, Marble Bar, Western Australia

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IU/MIDW, Midway Island, Pacific Ocean, USA

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IU/MSKU, Masuku, Gabon

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IU/NWAO, Narrogin, Australia

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IU/OTAV, Otavalo, Equador

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IU/PAB, San Pablo, Spain

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IU/PAYG Puerto Ayora, Galapagos Islands

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IU/PET, Petropavlovsk, Russia

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IU/PMG, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

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IU/PMSA, Palmer Station, Antarctica

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IU/POHA, Pohakaloa, Hawaii

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IU/PTCN, Pitcairn Island, South Pacific

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IU/PTGA, Pitinga, Brazil

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IU/QSPA, South Pole, Antarctica

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IU/RAO, Raoul, Kermandec Islands

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IU/RAR, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

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IU/RCBR, Riachuelo, Brazil

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IU/RSSD, Black Hills, South Dakota, USA

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IU/SAML, Samuel, Brazil

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IU/SBA, Scott Base, Antarctica

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IU/SDV, Santo Domingo, Venezuela

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IU/SFJD, Sondre Stromfjord, Greenland

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IU/SJG, San Juan, Puerto Rico

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IU/SLBS, Sierra la Laguna Baja California Sur, Mexico

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IU/SNZO, South Karori, New Zealand

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IU/SSPA, Standing Stone, Pennsylvania USA

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IU/TARA, Tarawa Island, Republic of Kiribati

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IU/TATO, Taipei, Taiwan

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IU/TEIG, Tepich, Yucatan, Mexico

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IU/TIXI, Tiksi, Russia

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IU/TRIS, Tristan da Cunha, Atlantic Ocean

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IU/TRQA, Tornquist, Argentina

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IU/TSUM, Tsumeb, Namibia

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IU/TUC, Tucson, Arizona

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IU/ULN, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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IU/WAKE, Wake Island, Pacific Ocean

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IU/WCI, Wyandotte Cave, Indiana, USA

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IU/WVT, Waverly, Tennessee, USA

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IU/XMAS, Kiritimati Island, Republic of Kiribati

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IU/YAK, Yakutsk, Russia

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IU/YSS, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Russia

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Documented Earthquakes on the Canary Islands for the last 10 days equal or greater to 1.5

Terremotos de los últimos 10 días en las Islas Canarias de magnitud igual o superior a 1.5 o sentidos:

Information for earthquakes  of lesser intensity can be found on Catálogo y boletines sísmicos.

La información de terremotos de magnitud inferior se puede obtener en Catálogo y boletines sísmicos.

This information is subject to modifications as a  consequence  of the  continued revision of  seismic analysis

Esta información está sujeta a modificaciones como consecuencia de la continua revisión del análisis sísmico.

Translation : Desert Rose

Event        Date           Time             Lat.        Long.    Depth                 Mag.  Type                 Location

Evento Fecha Hora(GMT)* Latitud Longitud Prof.
(km)
Int. Máx. Mag. Tipo Mag. (**) Localización Info
1166335 18/09/2012 02:00:06 27.7172 -18.0061 22 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166334 18/09/2012 01:44:59 27.7116 -18.0057 23 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166333 18/09/2012 01:20:05 27.7154 -18.0037 21 1.8 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166313 17/09/2012 23:58:02 27.6961 -18.0187 22 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166312 17/09/2012 23:26:31 27.7065 -17.9957 22 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166311 17/09/2012 21:42:46 27.7030 -18.0078 24 1.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166308 17/09/2012 21:10:53 27.6954 -18.0087 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166306 17/09/2012 21:01:03 27.7032 -18.0052 20 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166301 17/09/2012 20:55:02 27.7141 -18.0022 20 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166283 17/09/2012 20:50:45 27.7009 -18.0074 22 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166282 17/09/2012 20:20:41 27.7107 -18.0105 22 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166280 17/09/2012 20:14:15 27.7036 -17.9998 21 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166279 17/09/2012 19:53:08 27.7042 -17.9886 20 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166278 17/09/2012 19:47:08 27.7155 -18.0153 23 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166273 17/09/2012 18:29:37 27.7204 -18.0029 19 1.6 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166266 17/09/2012 17:49:38 27.6889 -17.9883 22 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166265 17/09/2012 17:34:22 27.6855 -18.0191 22 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166260 17/09/2012 16:54:36 27.6945 -18.0669 27 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166247 17/09/2012 16:11:02 27.7200 -17.9911 22 2.5 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166243 17/09/2012 16:06:47 27.7324 -17.9921 21 2.1 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166240 17/09/2012 16:04:37 27.7184 -17.9992 20 2.8 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166245 17/09/2012 15:52:55 27.7772 -18.0895 10 1.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166231 17/09/2012 15:39:07 27.7118 -18.0222 22 1.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166226 17/09/2012 15:34:51 27.7609 -18.0918 10 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166221 17/09/2012 15:32:59 27.7876 -18.1054 11 1.7 mbLg NW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166224 17/09/2012 15:32:23 27.7054 -18.0069 25 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166225 17/09/2012 15:26:48 27.7398 -18.0069 19 1.5 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166220 17/09/2012 15:15:08 27.7021 -18.0191 22 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166204 17/09/2012 14:04:42 27.6965 -18.0061 21 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166205 17/09/2012 14:02:27 27.6968 -18.0169 20 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166217 17/09/2012 13:49:28 27.6801 -18.0791 16 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166214 17/09/2012 13:40:08 27.7179 -17.9985 22 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166213 17/09/2012 13:20:35 27.7305 -18.0298 23 1.5 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166202 17/09/2012 13:05:19 27.6834 -18.0092 20 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166198 17/09/2012 12:47:52 27.6832 -18.0099 15 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166199 17/09/2012 12:43:14 27.7365 -18.0161 23 1.7 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166171 17/09/2012 11:52:38 27.6973 -18.0285 21 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166148 17/09/2012 11:16:04 27.6981 -18.0131 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166146 17/09/2012 11:06:18 27.6948 -18.0032 22 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166144 17/09/2012 11:04:19 27.7143 -17.9947 20 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166141 17/09/2012 10:54:41 27.7256 -18.0145 21 1.6 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1166142 17/09/2012 10:48:49 27.7211 -18.0185 22 1.6 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166143 17/09/2012 10:47:52 27.6974 -18.0090 1.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166103 17/09/2012 10:00:35 27.7061 -17.9905 24 1.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166085 17/09/2012 09:43:12 27.7059 -18.0168 23 1.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166072 17/09/2012 09:20:44 27.7104 -18.0355 23 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166075 17/09/2012 09:16:06 27.6979 -17.9985 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166069 17/09/2012 09:11:28 27.7167 -17.9934 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166068 17/09/2012 09:04:48 27.7181 -18.0060 22 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1166060 17/09/2012 08:33:14 27.6835 -18.0236 22 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165790 16/09/2012 07:38:48 27.7180 -17.9824 22 2.3 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165788 16/09/2012 07:35:54 27.7321 -17.9992 21 2.6 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
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1165791 16/09/2012 07:21:11 27.6994 -18.0047 21 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165785 16/09/2012 07:02:06 27.7248 -18.0047 18 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165779 16/09/2012 06:16:45 27.6914 -18.0155 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165780 16/09/2012 06:11:15 27.7061 -17.9918 20 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165781 16/09/2012 06:07:15 27.7137 -17.9942 22 1.7 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165776 16/09/2012 05:54:22 27.6883 -18.0087 24 2.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165775 16/09/2012 05:46:04 27.7114 -18.0093 21 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165774 16/09/2012 05:33:19 27.7098 -18.0030 20 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165768 16/09/2012 05:25:33 27.6995 -17.9984 22 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165767 16/09/2012 05:22:40 27.7037 -17.9966 24 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165766 16/09/2012 05:18:49 27.7061 -17.9898 21 1.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165765 16/09/2012 05:17:08 27.7185 -17.9839 20 2.3 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165764 16/09/2012 05:02:46 27.7154 -17.9969 19 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165762 16/09/2012 04:42:57 27.6940 -18.0177 19 2.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165751 16/09/2012 03:34:14 27.7023 -18.0119 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165749 16/09/2012 03:31:52 27.7001 -18.0069 22 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165745 16/09/2012 03:29:02 27.7068 -17.9850 20 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165746 16/09/2012 03:08:31 27.7119 -17.9910 24 2.2 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165750 16/09/2012 03:03:25 27.7054 -17.9898 23 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165748 16/09/2012 02:56:55 27.7026 -18.0062 21 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165742 16/09/2012 02:37:27 27.6840 -18.0183 21 1.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165734 16/09/2012 02:08:22 27.7123 -17.9913 23 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165735 16/09/2012 02:01:08 27.7168 -18.0012 21 1.8 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165737 16/09/2012 01:52:56 27.7171 -17.9917 22 2.5 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165738 16/09/2012 01:45:56 27.6967 -17.9953 23 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165739 16/09/2012 01:43:46 27.7021 -17.9847 21 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165727 16/09/2012 01:36:10 27.6892 -18.0024 22 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165723 16/09/2012 01:30:09 27.6952 -18.0211 21 1.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165722 16/09/2012 01:29:06 27.6883 -18.0268 21 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165721 16/09/2012 01:21:50 27.7088 -17.9964 21 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165720 16/09/2012 01:21:03 27.7161 -18.0116 22 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165719 16/09/2012 01:09:12 27.7041 -17.9996 22 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165712 16/09/2012 01:08:38 27.6966 -18.0104 22 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165709 16/09/2012 01:06:23 27.6999 -18.0113 22 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165711 16/09/2012 01:05:03 27.7091 -17.9930 23 1.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165705 16/09/2012 00:54:21 27.6989 -18.0002 23 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165706 16/09/2012 00:49:54 27.7099 -17.9775 22 2.0 mbLg NE EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165708 16/09/2012 00:43:53 27.6938 -17.9973 22 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165707 16/09/2012 00:40:45 27.7045 -17.9908 23 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165704 16/09/2012 00:39:31 27.7069 -18.0006 17 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165710 16/09/2012 00:36:34 27.6879 -17.9994 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165703 16/09/2012 00:29:50 27.6878 -18.0096 23 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165701 16/09/2012 00:17:34 27.6990 -18.0047 20 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165700 16/09/2012 00:14:38 27.6995 -18.0045 19 2.3 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165699 16/09/2012 00:10:21 27.7165 -17.9889 21 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165698 16/09/2012 00:10:14 27.7033 -17.9946 23 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165696 16/09/2012 00:00:09 27.7079 -17.9933 20 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165693 15/09/2012 23:53:08 27.6988 -18.0048 23 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165694 15/09/2012 23:42:20 27.7042 -17.9933 20 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165695 15/09/2012 23:33:28 27.7217 -17.9996 22 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165697 15/09/2012 23:30:49 27.7111 -17.9916 23 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165692 15/09/2012 23:26:17 27.7013 -18.0065 22 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165690 15/09/2012 23:18:36 27.6922 -17.9934 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165689 15/09/2012 23:07:00 27.7145 -17.9970 21 1.6 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165684 15/09/2012 22:53:42 27.7075 -17.9818 21 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165687 15/09/2012 22:46:47 27.7175 -17.9743 22 2.0 mbLg NE EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165686 15/09/2012 22:45:22 27.7049 -17.9905 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165685 15/09/2012 22:43:10 27.7006 -17.9984 23 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165683 15/09/2012 22:29:53 27.6982 -18.0091 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165682 15/09/2012 22:29:27 27.7099 -17.9892 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165681 15/09/2012 22:21:57 27.7029 -17.9948 21 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165680 15/09/2012 22:18:56 27.6907 -18.0200 21 1.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165679 15/09/2012 22:11:51 27.6965 -17.9902 20 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165678 15/09/2012 22:07:03 27.6981 -17.9929 21 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165676 15/09/2012 21:56:18 27.7103 -17.9958 23 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165658 15/09/2012 21:55:15 27.7005 -17.9989 21 2.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165675 15/09/2012 21:44:30 27.7111 -17.9945 23 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165657 15/09/2012 21:38:31 27.6982 -18.0051 21 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165654 15/09/2012 21:28:12 27.6916 -17.9906 22 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165644 15/09/2012 20:58:40 27.7138 -17.9825 22 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165655 15/09/2012 20:47:56 27.7211 -17.9901 20 1.5 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165653 15/09/2012 20:45:26 27.6968 -17.9931 25 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165650 15/09/2012 20:32:58 27.7027 -17.9944 23 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165651 15/09/2012 20:25:27 27.6983 -17.9926 21 2.4 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165649 15/09/2012 20:20:24 27.6952 -17.9950 20 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165648 15/09/2012 20:14:18 27.6956 -17.9867 22 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165646 15/09/2012 20:04:40 27.6902 -18.0068 23 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165645 15/09/2012 20:04:18 27.6899 -18.0041 23 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165643 15/09/2012 20:03:35 27.6920 -17.9919 22 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165642 15/09/2012 19:51:27 27.7277 -17.9917 21 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165641 15/09/2012 18:52:52 27.6851 -18.0141 22 2.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165640 15/09/2012 18:52:06 27.6859 -18.0110 22 2.4 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165639 15/09/2012 18:49:02 27.6929 -18.0068 23 2.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165638 15/09/2012 18:41:19 27.7108 -17.9947 22 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165637 15/09/2012 18:30:43 27.6991 -17.9861 22 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165636 15/09/2012 18:28:57 27.7032 -18.0026 22 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165635 15/09/2012 18:19:14 27.6977 -17.9976 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165633 15/09/2012 17:47:44 27.7331 -17.9980 23 1.7 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165632 15/09/2012 17:17:22 27.7164 -17.9982 22 III 2.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165615 15/09/2012 17:06:38 27.7159 -18.0049 20 II 2.8 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165612 15/09/2012 16:50:30 27.7112 -17.9929 22 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165611 15/09/2012 16:40:22 27.7182 -17.9840 22 2.2 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165610 15/09/2012 16:21:50 27.7174 -18.0105 22 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165607 15/09/2012 16:12:31 27.6987 -18.0125 1.7 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165609 15/09/2012 15:54:15 27.7145 -18.0103 22 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165608 15/09/2012 15:46:12 27.7106 -17.9963 23 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165606 15/09/2012 15:30:41 27.7493 -18.0030 23 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165605 15/09/2012 15:26:24 27.7026 -18.0414 22 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165600 15/09/2012 15:15:42 27.7336 -17.9956 2.3 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165599 15/09/2012 14:54:17 27.7183 -17.9839 22 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165598 15/09/2012 14:44:11 27.7113 -17.9879 22 2.5 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165597 15/09/2012 14:26:19 27.7327 -18.0114 22 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165595 15/09/2012 14:22:12 27.7333 -18.0040 20 2.2 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165587 15/09/2012 14:19:29 27.7227 -17.9957 20 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165581 15/09/2012 13:52:15 27.7227 -18.0020 22 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165580 15/09/2012 13:36:01 27.7339 -17.9987 20 2.6 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165579 15/09/2012 13:31:25 27.7181 -17.9928 22 2.3 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165578 15/09/2012 13:29:02 27.7116 -17.9936 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165571 15/09/2012 13:17:11 27.7333 -17.9960 22 2.4 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165570 15/09/2012 13:13:24 27.7197 -17.9803 24 III 3.2 mbLg N EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165577 15/09/2012 12:57:32 27.7196 -18.0075 22 2.2 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165576 15/09/2012 12:50:08 27.7150 -18.0055 20 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165575 15/09/2012 12:32:14 27.6977 -18.0113 24 2.5 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165574 15/09/2012 12:26:57 27.7273 -18.0038 20 2.0 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165573 15/09/2012 12:12:37 27.7003 -18.0126 22 2.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165572 15/09/2012 12:01:09 27.7102 -18.0211 22 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165568 15/09/2012 11:55:01 27.7321 -18.0138 22 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165566 15/09/2012 11:53:27 27.7282 -18.0076 22 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165564 15/09/2012 11:49:41 27.7354 -17.9986 20 2.1 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165567 15/09/2012 11:39:51 27.7079 -18.0134 23 II 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165565 15/09/2012 11:39:30 27.7027 -17.9988 21 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165560 15/09/2012 10:52:45 27.7029 -18.0079 22 II 2.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165563 15/09/2012 10:44:02 27.7093 -18.0027 23 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165562 15/09/2012 10:43:28 27.7036 -17.9930 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165561 15/09/2012 10:42:54 27.7097 -17.9899 21 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165557 15/09/2012 10:36:03 27.7016 -18.0072 22 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165556 15/09/2012 10:29:50 27.6828 -18.0135 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165555 15/09/2012 10:26:33 27.7257 -18.0044 20 2.2 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165558 15/09/2012 10:23:11 27.7153 -17.9902 22 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165559 15/09/2012 09:48:19 27.7031 -18.0001 21 II 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165554 15/09/2012 09:32:00 27.6994 -17.9992 21 II 2.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165551 15/09/2012 09:08:28 27.7062 -18.0011 21 I-II 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165553 15/09/2012 08:48:42 27.7206 -18.0096 21 2.2 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165552 15/09/2012 08:48:20 27.7097 -18.0046 22 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165550 15/09/2012 08:42:18 27.7271 -18.0055 22 2.1 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165549 15/09/2012 08:38:27 27.7224 -18.0019 19 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165539 15/09/2012 08:37:24 28.0807 -16.2922 30 2.5 mbLg ATLÁNTICO-CANARIAS [+]
1165548 15/09/2012 08:32:28 27.7196 -18.0177 21 2.3 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165547 15/09/2012 08:31:31 27.7233 -18.0099 21 II 2.6 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165546 15/09/2012 08:19:13 27.7132 -18.0097 21 2.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165545 15/09/2012 08:15:08 27.7212 -18.0099 23 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165544 15/09/2012 08:12:23 27.7255 -18.0159 22 1.7 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165543 15/09/2012 08:09:00 27.7213 -18.0087 19 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165538 15/09/2012 07:58:45 27.7357 -17.9949 2.0 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165537 15/09/2012 07:54:03 27.7438 -17.9931 2.1 mbLg SE FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165536 15/09/2012 07:43:20 27.7309 -18.0199 22 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165535 15/09/2012 07:27:16 27.7112 -18.0251 23 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165534 15/09/2012 07:21:59 27.7199 -18.0162 21 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165531 15/09/2012 07:15:31 27.7023 -18.0130 1.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165532 15/09/2012 07:09:22 27.7259 -18.0077 22 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165533 15/09/2012 07:04:17 27.7142 -18.0029 20 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165529 15/09/2012 06:55:24 27.7379 -18.0001 21 1.8 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165528 15/09/2012 06:47:41 27.7321 -18.0188 21 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165526 15/09/2012 06:40:28 27.7360 -18.0115 22 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165527 15/09/2012 06:26:58 27.7231 -17.9987 21 2.8 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165530 15/09/2012 06:24:47 27.7233 -18.0037 20 2.5 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165525 15/09/2012 06:14:59 27.6951 -18.0285 21 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165522 15/09/2012 06:14:41 27.7204 -18.0133 20 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165523 15/09/2012 05:55:34 27.7145 -18.0433 23 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165524 15/09/2012 05:43:09 27.7276 -18.0045 20 1.9 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165521 15/09/2012 05:36:13 27.7189 -18.0223 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165520 15/09/2012 05:25:51 27.7303 -18.0148 20 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165512 15/09/2012 05:16:46 27.7001 -18.0132 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165513 15/09/2012 05:10:11 27.7376 -18.0294 21 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165516 15/09/2012 05:09:39 27.7106 -18.0284 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165518 15/09/2012 05:04:04 27.6899 -18.0083 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165514 15/09/2012 04:57:42 27.7285 -18.0283 20 2.4 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165515 15/09/2012 04:56:58 27.7126 -18.0323 21 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165517 15/09/2012 04:55:55 27.7142 -18.0245 20 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165519 15/09/2012 04:43:20 27.7089 -18.0169 21 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165511 15/09/2012 04:37:00 27.7018 -18.0203 20 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165510 15/09/2012 04:25:25 27.7193 -18.0304 20 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165509 15/09/2012 04:24:38 27.7247 -18.0290 19 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165508 15/09/2012 04:20:34 27.7048 -18.0343 20 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165507 15/09/2012 04:14:56 27.6815 -18.0080 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165506 15/09/2012 04:09:18 27.6876 -18.0128 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165504 15/09/2012 04:05:17 27.7106 -18.0318 20 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165505 15/09/2012 04:02:55 27.7196 -18.0297 19 1.9 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165501 15/09/2012 03:50:39 27.6949 -18.0314 22 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165503 15/09/2012 03:48:41 27.7022 -18.0101 20 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165500 15/09/2012 03:38:21 27.7382 -18.0248 19 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165499 15/09/2012 03:37:17 27.7128 -18.0216 19 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165497 15/09/2012 03:28:03 27.7392 -17.9792 21 2.1 mbLg SE FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165496 15/09/2012 03:03:32 27.7089 -18.0331 20 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165495 15/09/2012 02:52:58 27.7244 -18.0314 20 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165493 15/09/2012 02:39:28 27.7078 -18.0330 21 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165490 15/09/2012 02:34:46 27.7125 -18.0157 21 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165489 15/09/2012 02:25:50 27.7306 -18.0252 20 2.1 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165487 15/09/2012 02:16:36 27.7302 -18.0327 18 2.7 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165485 15/09/2012 02:10:13 27.7045 -18.0228 19 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165484 15/09/2012 02:05:06 27.7225 -18.0319 20 2.3 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165486 15/09/2012 01:59:36 27.7229 -18.0281 19 2.8 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165488 15/09/2012 01:59:14 27.7122 -18.0280 19 2.7 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165483 15/09/2012 01:42:49 27.7179 -18.0159 20 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165491 15/09/2012 01:33:07 27.6947 -18.0094 26 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165482 15/09/2012 01:29:37 27.7156 -18.0185 20 2.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165492 15/09/2012 01:28:40 27.7041 -17.9967 24 2.6 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165494 15/09/2012 01:25:45 27.7136 -18.0008 21 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165481 15/09/2012 01:11:11 27.7057 -18.0019 21 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165480 15/09/2012 01:03:47 27.7021 -18.0110 21 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165479 15/09/2012 00:51:20 27.7201 -18.0159 22 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165478 15/09/2012 00:43:38 27.7143 -18.0184 22 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165477 15/09/2012 00:42:02 27.7070 -18.0099 22 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165476 15/09/2012 00:39:38 27.6927 -18.0299 21 2.4 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165475 15/09/2012 00:35:53 27.6861 -18.0442 21 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165473 15/09/2012 00:31:16 27.7071 -18.0174 23 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165472 15/09/2012 00:29:38 27.7209 -18.0071 20 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165470 15/09/2012 00:22:09 27.7090 -18.0152 22 1.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165466 15/09/2012 00:17:47 27.7006 -17.9878 21 1.6 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165463 15/09/2012 00:02:54 27.7214 -18.0159 21 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165464 14/09/2012 23:39:20 27.7126 -18.0031 20 II 3.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165467 14/09/2012 23:33:33 27.7066 -17.9947 22 2.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165468 14/09/2012 23:33:03 27.7162 -18.0187 19 2.5 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165469 14/09/2012 23:31:49 27.7295 -18.0147 23 2.4 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165471 14/09/2012 23:26:16 27.7210 -18.0317 22 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165474 14/09/2012 23:22:47 27.7154 -18.0056 22 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165462 14/09/2012 22:38:49 27.6969 -17.9992 21 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165461 14/09/2012 22:27:57 27.7043 -17.9856 22 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165460 14/09/2012 22:20:23 27.6989 -18.0068 22 2.1 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165456 14/09/2012 22:04:47 27.6987 -17.9984 21 2.4 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165457 14/09/2012 21:58:59 27.7032 -18.0213 20 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165459 14/09/2012 21:48:03 27.7100 -18.0073 21 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165455 14/09/2012 21:43:23 27.7127 -18.0137 22 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165449 14/09/2012 21:42:48 27.7175 -18.0298 21 2.2 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165448 14/09/2012 21:36:03 27.7021 -18.0163 22 2.0 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165447 14/09/2012 21:29:45 27.7084 -18.0258 22 2.3 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165444 14/09/2012 21:14:25 27.7229 -18.0312 21 1.9 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165446 14/09/2012 21:14:01 27.6923 -18.0167 22 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165442 14/09/2012 21:11:51 27.7018 -18.0388 20 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165439 14/09/2012 21:07:46 27.7260 -18.0196 21 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165437 14/09/2012 21:01:50 27.6922 -18.0284 21 2.2 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165434 14/09/2012 20:57:44 27.6934 -18.0167 22 1.9 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165445 14/09/2012 20:37:24 27.7508 -18.0142 24 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165443 14/09/2012 20:29:03 27.7553 -18.0036 23 2.0 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165441 14/09/2012 20:24:29 27.7308 -17.9943 21 1.7 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165440 14/09/2012 20:22:26 27.7107 -18.0101 21 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165438 14/09/2012 20:16:37 27.7944 -17.9561 17 1.9 mbLg SW VALVERDE.IHI [+]
1165436 14/09/2012 20:13:52 27.7246 -18.0102 20 2.1 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165435 14/09/2012 20:10:47 27.7404 -18.0094 19 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165433 14/09/2012 20:09:02 27.7348 -18.0133 19 1.8 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165432 14/09/2012 20:01:01 27.7339 -18.0247 18 2.3 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165430 14/09/2012 20:00:26 27.7100 -18.0146 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165429 14/09/2012 19:49:44 27.7355 -18.0094 20 2.5 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165428 14/09/2012 19:46:54 27.7202 -18.0134 19 2.3 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165427 14/09/2012 19:34:42 27.7145 -18.0362 18 2.8 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165426 14/09/2012 19:32:39 27.7127 -18.0069 21 2.1 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165425 14/09/2012 19:30:31 27.7348 -18.0194 19 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165424 14/09/2012 19:23:01 27.7242 -18.0050 20 2.0 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165423 14/09/2012 18:29:12 27.7410 -18.0209 22 2.4 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165422 14/09/2012 18:10:10 27.7447 -18.0523 19 1.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165421 14/09/2012 18:04:30 27.7565 -18.0395 18 1.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165419 14/09/2012 17:43:17 27.7540 -18.0376 19 1.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165418 14/09/2012 16:46:11 27.7391 -18.0541 19 1.9 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165417 14/09/2012 16:29:04 27.7451 -18.0261 18 1.8 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165416 14/09/2012 16:24:10 27.7495 -18.0358 18 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165415 14/09/2012 16:19:08 27.7745 -18.0849 10 2.4 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165414 14/09/2012 15:59:03 27.7642 -18.0287 18 1.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165413 14/09/2012 15:38:37 27.7423 -18.0396 18 1.8 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165411 14/09/2012 15:05:17 27.7575 -18.0292 18 1.8 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165410 14/09/2012 14:36:54 27.7585 -18.0390 17 1.9 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165409 14/09/2012 14:14:16 27.7372 -18.0452 19 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165406 14/09/2012 13:43:37 27.7520 -18.0350 19 2.2 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165403 14/09/2012 13:03:45 27.7397 -18.0385 18 1.9 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165402 14/09/2012 13:01:28 27.7417 -18.0469 18 2.0 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165401 14/09/2012 12:43:55 27.7466 -18.0383 17 2.2 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165400 14/09/2012 12:15:03 27.7557 -18.0347 17 2.1 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165364 14/09/2012 11:04:51 27.7509 -18.0232 19 2.3 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165349 14/09/2012 10:36:55 27.7235 -18.0362 18 1.6 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165346 14/09/2012 10:32:26 27.7627 -18.0832 10 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165347 14/09/2012 10:30:58 27.7429 -18.0346 19 1.6 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165344 14/09/2012 10:26:33 27.7654 -18.0815 10 II 2.6 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165345 14/09/2012 10:10:30 27.7449 -18.0299 20 2.4 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165348 14/09/2012 10:10:16 27.7510 -18.0335 20 2.2 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165335 14/09/2012 09:55:03 27.7879 -18.0844 8 1.5 mbLg NW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165330 14/09/2012 09:05:29 27.7709 -18.0838 10 1.9 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165328 14/09/2012 08:59:52 27.7708 -18.0873 11 2.0 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165223 13/09/2012 03:05:16 27.7663 -18.0873 11 2.2 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165027 12/09/2012 03:26:01 27.7183 -18.0725 19 1.9 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1165014 12/09/2012 02:53:40 27.7716 -18.0928 11 2.0 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164986 11/09/2012 14:58:39 27.7914 -18.0918 11 1.9 mbLg NW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164985 11/09/2012 14:56:54 27.7630 -18.0891 11 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164983 11/09/2012 14:50:53 27.7347 -18.0964 20 1.8 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164978 11/09/2012 14:42:27 27.7694 -18.0891 11 1.8 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164973 11/09/2012 14:34:18 27.7661 -18.0953 11 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164906 11/09/2012 10:16:16 27.7629 -18.0885 11 2.0 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164782 10/09/2012 23:31:00 27.7863 -18.0837 9 1.6 mbLg NW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164781 10/09/2012 23:29:35 27.7740 -18.0908 11 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164779 10/09/2012 21:48:19 28.2752 -16.4932 1.6 mbLg NW FASNIA.ITF [+]
1164765 10/09/2012 20:36:31 27.7943 -18.1043 10 1.6 mbLg NW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164731 10/09/2012 12:39:54 27.7613 -18.0849 10 2.1 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164730 10/09/2012 12:13:46 27.7662 -18.0870 10 2.1 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]
1164517 08/09/2012 23:12:07 27.7603 -18.0817 11 1.7 mbLg W FRONTERA.IHI [+]

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Volcanic Activity

Spain’s El Hierro Island Volcano Starts EruptingPhoto: Underwater Volcano on El Hierro Island erupts

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Volcanic activity on Spain’s El Hierro island has resumed far below the Earth’s surface in a similar manner to last July, albeit slightly stronger, the director of the National Geographic Institute, or IGN, in the Canary Islands, Maria Jose Blanco, told Efe on Sunday.

Blanco said that a peak of seismic activity is under way, a continuation of the volcanic process – a shifting of magma many kilometers (miles) under ground – that began in July 2011 which, although the main activity ended at the time with an undersea eruption, that did not mean that the overall activity had come to a definitive conclusion.

The IGN official said that at present it is not expected that the seismic movements that have been registered – which have occurred at depths of some 20 kilometers (about 12.5 miles) – exceed 3.2 on the Richter scale, a fairly low level.

Blanco could not specify how long this new round of activity would last, although she did say that seismic peaks like the current one would, in all likelihood, continue to occur.

Therefore, she said, the IGN is studying the idea of convening the scientific committee of the Civil Protection Plan for Volcanic Risk in the Canaries after this reactivation in the depths of the El Hierro volcano, where over the past three days more than 330 minor seismic movements have been registered.

Officials with the regional government of the Canaries told Efe that experts had verified “an acceleration of released seismic energy accompanied by deformations” in underground structures.

For the present, the largest movement registered so far was the one measured at 3.2 on the Richter scale, which was felt on Saturday for some 13 hours and 15 minutes by the residents of the municipality of El Pinar, according to IGN data.

Volcanic activity world-wide 16 September 2012: Popocatepetl, El Hierro, Fuego, Santiaguito, San Cristobal, Santiaguito, Little Sitkin, Manam, Batu Tara, Sakura-jima

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A slight increase of activity can be noted at Popocatépetl volcano in Mexico. The frequency of explosions has increased to more than 1 per hour, i.e. doubled when compared to last week.
The more energetic explosions produced small ash plumes rising up to 1 km. Episodes of volcanic tremor occurred as well, CENAPRED writes.

The new seismic swarm at El Hierro continues with hundreds of small quakes per day concentrated at about 20 km depth in the south-central part of the island near El Pinar. Pulses of tremor and a slight inflation are visible as well, but for now, it seems that magma is not moving much.

San Cristobal volcano had a small explosion yesterday at 8:17 am local time. Recent measurements showed an increase of SO2 emissions to 2,490 tons per day, i.e. almost double than before. Also, seismic tremor increased in the evening of 15 Sep.

Fuego volcano, Guatemala: Activity remains at normal levels with sporadic weak to moderate explosions with ash rising 400-800 meters and some rumbling sounds. The lava flow to the Taniluya canyon has apparently decreased a lot, as INSIVUMEH reported it to be only 50 m long yesterday.

Santiaguito volcano continues to have occasional explosions ejecting ash columns to 500 meters height, which spread west and northwest over the region of the villages of El Rosario and San Marcos, Palajunoj. There is constant activity in the 4 active lava flows, generating avalanches of blocks deposited within the river banks Nima Nima I and II.

Most other volcanoes in Central and Southern America have not shown any significantly unusual behavior.

Satellite observations:
Batu Tara had its daily explosion to send ash to about 7,000 ft altitude, VAAC Darwin reports.

A strong SO2 plume was visible from Manam volcano (PNG) today, suggesting that there is heightened activity or an eruption.

Sakurajima volcano seems to be having a break from its relatively strong phase over the past days. There was only one probably weak explosion reported during the past 24 hours.

Mount Gamalama spews volcanic ashes

Mount Gamalama in Ternate, North Maluku, spewed out volcanic ash on Sunday, showering some parts of the provincial capital that is currently hosting an international sailing event: Sail Morotai 2012.

Guests of Corner Palace Hotel panicked when a rain of ash fell for about 15 minutes.

Matut, 48, a local resident, said ash also rained down on Saturday night at 11 p.m. until the small hours of Sunday morning, Antara news agency reported.

Volcanic ash mostly blanketed the eastern and southern parts of Ternate, the capital of North Maluku province.

On May 9, a flood of cold lava from Mount Gamalama also hit some areas in the city, claiming the lives of three residents.

Two Indonesian Volcanoes Awaken, Rattling Nerves

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Smoke and ash billow from North Maluku Smoke and ash billow from North Maluku’s Gamalama on Sunday. (Antara Photo/Rosa Panggabean)

Two of Indonesia’s most active volcanoes erupted on Saturday, prompting the government to issue warnings to populations living near the affected mountains.

The National Disaster Mitigation Agency (BNPB) said on Sunday that new eruption started at Lokon in North Sulawesi and Gamalama at Ternate in North Maluku.

Lokon generated a 1,500-meter high ash plume and violent strombolian (low-level) activity with some lava flow, while Gamalama produced a shower of ashes that covered the nearby city.

Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, a spokesman for BNPB, said on Sunday that Lokon, located in North Sulawesi’s Tomohon area, erupted at 7 p.m. on Saturday.

The explosion from the eruption shattered windows of the command post built to monitor the activities of the volcano, he said.

The agency, Sutopo said, had issued warnings to local administrations to prepare precautionary measures, and called on people to remain alert.

“The residents don’t have to be evacuated but they must not do any activities within the range of five kilometers from the volcano,” Sutopo said.

He said that the BNPB had asked the Tomohon administration to raise the awareness of residents.

Meanwhile, the Gamalama spurt sent ashes into the air for about 15 minutes at 11 p.m., before the wind carried the ashes toward the North Maluku capital of Ternate. “The ashes came down on the city, decreasing visibility to only 50 meters,” Sutopo said.

He said BNPB’s local branch went to the affected area and set up four stations to help people in the event of a larger eruption. “Here also, we don’t see any need to evacuate people. But we will stay on high alert,” the official said.

Lokon has erupted several times previously, with an explosion in July 2011 forcing more than 5,200 people to be evacuated.

The eruption created huge clouds of ash as high as 3,500 meters.

Lokon’s last deadly eruption was in 1991, when a Swiss tourist was killed.

Last December, Gamalama erupted, resulting in four villagers being killed and dozens others being hospitalized. About 1,000 residents were forced to evacuate.

The Indonesian archipelago has dozens of active volcanoes and straddles major tectonic fault lines known as the “Ring of Fire” between the Pacific and Indian oceans.

Earlier this month, there was volcanic activity at Lampung’s Anak Krakatau.

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16.09.2012 Volcano Eruption Nicaragua Chinandega Department, [ San Cristobal volcano] Damage level Details

Volcano Eruption in Nicaragua on Saturday, 08 September, 2012 at 18:12 (06:12 PM) UTC.

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Updated: Sunday, 16 September, 2012 at 03:26 UTC
Description
Nicaragua boosted its responses to volcanic activity in the northwestern region Saturday, as the San Cristobal volcano acted up for the second time in a week. Authorities installed 43 radio communication stations along the Pacific coast to monitor San Cristobal and another volcano, Telica. The radio posts aim to “ensure improved monitoring of seismic and volcanic behavior in the area,” said civil defense chief Colonel Nestor Solis, enabling authorities to issue more accurate warnings sooner. A number of towns near San Cristobal, located some 135 kilometers (83 miles) northwest of the capital, were evacuated last week after the volcano began rumbling, sending a column of smoke and ash high into the sky, before subsiding. On Saturday, the 1,745-meter (5,725-foot) tall volcano again spewed “abundant gas emissions moving toward the northeast” and increased seismic tremor and sulfur concentrations, according to the Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies, or INETER. Sulfur dioxide monitoring showed levels of the compound — considered a measure of volcanic activity — were nearly double the readings from previous days, said the director of national disaster prevention and relief agency SINAPRED, Guillermo Gonzalez.
17.09.2012 Volcano Activity Philippines Island of Luzon, [Taal Volcano] Damage level Details

Volcano Activity in Philippines on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 12:02 (12:02 PM) UTC.

Description
Taal volcano’s seismic network detected one volcanic earthquake during the past 24-hour observation period. Steaming activity and crater glow could not be observed due to thick clouds covering the volcano’s summit the whole day yesterday up to this morning,
17.09.2012 Volcano Activity Philippines Province of Albay, [Mayon Volcano] Damage level Details

Volcano Activity in Philippines on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 12:00 (12:00 PM) UTC.

Description
Mayon Volcano’s seismic network detected one volcanic earthquake during the past 24-hour observation period. Steaming activity and crater glow could not be observed due to thick clouds covering the volcano’s summit the whole day yesterday up to this morning,
17.09.2012 Volcano Eruption Indonesia Ternate Island, [Mount Gamalama Volcano] Damage level Details

Volcano Eruption in Indonesia on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 05:59 (05:59 AM) UTC.

Description
A volcano has erupted in eastern Indonesia, spewing clouds of thick, gray ash. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. State volcanologist Kristianto says Mount Gamalama in the Molucca Islands sprang to life last week. It unleashed two strong eruptions over the weekend, sending volcanic ash as high as 1 kilometer (0.62 miles). Kristianto, who uses only one name, says slow-moving red lava was visible at the peak of the eruption Monday. Villages have been blanketed with thick ash but no evacuations have been ordered. Gamalama last erupted late last year, and its mudflows killed four villagers two weeks later. Indonesia is a vast archipelago with millions of people living on mountains or near fertile flood plains. Seasonal downpours here often cause landslides.

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Storms / Flooding

  Active tropical storm system(s)
Name of storm system Location Formed Last update Last category Course Wind Speed Gust Wave Source Details
Nadine (AL14) Atlantic Ocean 11.09.2012 18.09.2012 Tropical Depression 45 ° 93 km/h 111 km/h 4.27 m NOAA NHC Details

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Storm name: Nadine (AL14)
Area: Atlantic Ocean
Start up location: N 16° 18.000, W 43° 6.000
Start up: 11th September 2012
Status: Active
Track long: 1,373.91 km
Top category.:
Report by: NOAA NHC
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Past track
Date Time Position Speed
km/h
Wind
km/h
Gust
km/h
Category Course Wave Pressure Source
12th Sep 2012 05:01:17 N 17° 48.000, W 45° 12.000 24 65 83 Tropical Storm 300 13 1004 MB NOAA NHC
12th Sep 2012 10:46:22 N 18° 36.000, W 46° 36.000 28 74 93 Tropical Storm 300 15 1001 MB NOAA NHC
13th Sep 2012 05:34:52 N 20° 42.000, W 50° 6.000 26 111 139 Tropical Storm 305 17 990 MB NOAA NHC
13th Sep 2012 11:12:43 N 21° 30.000, W 51° 18.000 26 111 139 Tropical Storm 305 17 990 MB NOAA NHC
14th Sep 2012 05:11:31 N 25° 0.000, W 53° 42.000 24 111 139 Tropical Storm 330 17 989 MB NOAA NHC
15th Sep 2012 06:55:17 N 30° 0.000, W 52° 48.000 22 120 148 Hurricane I. 25 17 985 MB NOAA NHC
15th Sep 2012 10:59:20 N 30° 42.000, W 51° 24.000 24 120 148 Hurricane I. 50 13 985 MB NOAA NHC
16th Sep 2012 05:13:53 N 30° 36.000, W 46° 36.000 28 130 157 Hurricane I. 95 15 983 MB NOAA NHC
17th Sep 2012 05:22:55 N 31° 24.000, W 38° 6.000 30 111 139 Tropical Storm 75 16 987 MB NOAA NHC
17th Sep 2012 10:47:47 N 32° 0.000, W 36° 24.000 28 111 139 Tropical Storm 65 15 985 MB NOAA NHC
Current position
Date Time Position Speed
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Wind
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Gust
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Category Course Wave
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Pressure Source
18th Sep 2012 10:46:51 N 34° 18.000, W 33° 36.000 13 93 111 Tropical Depression 45 ° 14 990 MB NOAA NHC
Forecast track
Date Time Position Category Wind
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Gust
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19th Sep 2012 12:00:00 N 36° 54.000, W 32° 54.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
19th Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 35° 54.000, W 32° 54.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
20th Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 37° 12.000, W 32° 36.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
21st Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 36° 42.000, W 30° 30.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
22nd Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 35° 0.000, W 30° 30.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
23rd Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 32° 0.000, W 32° 0.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
Lane (EP12) Pacific Ocean – East 15.09.2012 18.09.2012 Hurricane I 330 ° 120 km/h 148 km/h 5.49 m NOAA NHC Details

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Storm name: Lane (EP12)
Area: Pacific Ocean – East
Start up location: N 14° 0.000, W 123° 30.000
Start up: 15th September 2012
Status: Active
Track long: 403.34 km
Top category.:
Report by: NOAA NHC
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Past track
Date Time Position Speed
km/h
Wind
km/h
Gust
km/h
Category Course Wave Pressure Source
16th Sep 2012 05:13:14 N 13° 18.000, W 124° 6.000 11 65 83 Tropical Storm 280 16 1003 MB NOAA NHC
17th Sep 2012 05:21:23 N 15° 0.000, W 125° 48.000 15 111 139 Tropical Storm 320 18 995 MB NOAA NHC
17th Sep 2012 10:50:02 N 15° 54.000, W 126° 6.000 15 120 148 Hurricane I. 335 16 993 MB NOAA NHC
Current position
Date Time Position Speed
km/h
Wind
km/h
Gust
km/h
Category Course Wave
feet
Pressure Source
18th Sep 2012 10:47:17 N 19° 18.000, W 127° 48.000 15 120 148 Hurricane I 330 ° 18 989 MB NOAA NHC
Forecast track
Date Time Position Category Wind
km/h
Gust
km/h
Source
19th Sep 2012 12:00:00 N 21° 18.000, W 130° 24.000 Tropical Depression 65 83 NOAA NHC
19th Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 20° 36.000, W 129° 18.000 Tropical Depression 93 111 NOAA NHC
20th Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 21° 24.000, W 131° 42.000 Tropical Depression 56 74 NOAA NHC
21st Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 20° 30.000, W 135° 30.000 Tropical Depression 46 65 NOAA NHC
22nd Sep 2012 00:00:00 N 19° 30.000, W 140° 30.000 Tropical Depression 37 56 NOAA NHC

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Radiation /Nuclear

17.09.2012 Nuclear Event USA State of New Hampshire, [Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant] Damage level Details

Nuclear Event in USA on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 19:11 (07:11 PM) UTC.

Description
[This event happened on friday, 14.09.2012] The nuclear reactor at Seabrook Station has been powered down since Friday evening, when a water intake valve was jammed closed by a computer glitch, according to an announcement by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Water sank to a “low low level” inside one of Seabrook Station’s four steam generators on Friday, Sept. 14, after the valve problem occurred, according to an NRC inspector who was called to the scene. The low water level tripped an automatic shutdown of the reactor at approximately 8:25 p.m. The NRC inspector’s report indicates a computer card controlling the feedwater regulator valve failed. All other systems performed as expected after the reactor process stopped, according to the NRC inspector’s report. “One of our resident inspectors assigned to Seabrook traveled to the site Friday night to independently verify that the shutdown was being safely and effectively carried out and did not identify any concerns,” NRC spokesman Neil Sheehan wrote in an email announcement Monday. A report created by the NRC inspector indicates “emergency feedwater” was “actuated” because of low water levels in the steam generator. Al Griffith, a spokesman for the operators of Seabrook Station, Next Era Energy, said the plant was scheduled to power down on Sunday for a “refueling outage.” The event on Friday led them to begin the refueling outage early, he said. “Because we were entering a refueling outage anyway, we’ll keep the plant down,” Griffith said.

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Epidemic Hazards / Disease

17.09.2012 Epidemic Hazard Ghana Volta Region, [Akatsi District] Damage level Details

Epidemic Hazard in Ghana on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 12:24 (12:24 PM) UTC.

Description
Six people have died from the cholera outbreak in parts of the Volta Region. Five of the deaths were recorded in Akatsi South while the sixth death was recorded in Adidome in the Central Tongu District. Four Electoral Areas in the Akatsi District are all battling with the disease.The Assemblyman for the Wute Electoral Area, Sammy Wuadi, said the cholera outbreak did not come as a surprise and that the people are being conscientised to keep their surroundings clean. According to Mr Wuadi, the situation is gradually abating following the strategies put in place by the Environmental Health Directorate to forestall the spread. A Senior Environmental Health Assistant in the Akatsi South District, Ms Akua Dzaka also stated that residents are being advised to desist from drinking from the Tordji River which is believed to have been contaminated. “We suspect that that is the source of the cholera outbreak and we are also educating them to take good care of the food that they eat,” she said.
Biohazard name: Cholera
Biohazard level: 2/4 Medium
Biohazard desc.: Bacteria and viruses that cause only mild disease to humans, or are difficult to contract via aerosol in a lab setting, such as hepatitis A, B, and C, influenza A, Lyme disease, salmonella, mumps, measles, scrapie, dengue fever, and HIV. “Routine diagnostic work with clinical specimens can be done safely at Biosafety Level 2, using Biosafety Level 2 practices and procedures. Research work (including co-cultivation, virus replication studies, or manipulations involving concentrated virus) can be done in a BSL-2 (P2) facility, using BSL-3 practices and procedures. Virus production activities, including virus concentrations, require a BSL-3 (P3) facility and use of BSL-3 practices and procedures”, see Recommended Biosafety Levels for Infectious Agents.
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Status: confirmed
17.09.2012 Epidemic Hazard Democratic Republic of the Congo Province of Orientale, [Haut Uele District] Damage level Details

Epidemic Hazard in Democratic Republic of the Congo on Friday, 17 August, 2012 at 03:03 (03:03 AM) UTC.

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Updated: Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 03:01 UTC
Description
The Ebola virus has taken the Congo by storm, killing 31 people in the northeast part of the country. Another 38 people have the disease, sending alarm bells off in the World Health Organization. The total number dead has doubled over the past week, and workers are worried that having traditional funerals might increase the spread of the disease among those in attendance. There is no cure for Ebola and the disease kills 40 to 90 percent of those infected. It is also painful, leading to severe internal bleeding.

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Solar Activity

2MIN News Sept 17. 2012

Published on Sep 17, 2012 by

2012 Pole Shift Video: http://youtu.be/uI10tKuLtFU

TODAY’S LINKS
Pole shift video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2yl3R54r3w [MrMaverickstar]
Fading magnetic field Intensity: http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/igrf/anime/index.html
S Pole Shift: http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/poles/figs/pole_ss.gif
N Pole Shift: http://wdc.kugi.kyoto-u.ac.jp/poles/figs/pole_ns.gif
Japan/China Conflict: http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/09/17/us-china-japan-idUSBRE88F00H20120917
Coral In trouble: http://phys.org/news/2012-09-coral-reefs-climate-drastically-limited.html

REPEAT LINKS
Spaceweather: http://spaceweather.com/ [Look on the left at the X-ray Flux and Solar Wind Speed/Density]

HAARP: http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/data.html [Click online data, and have a little fun]

SDO: http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ [Place to find Solar Images and Videos – as seen from earth]

SOHO: http://sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/soho_movie_theater [SOHO; Lasco and EIT – as seen from earth]

Stereo: http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/images [Stereo; Cor, EUVI, HI – as seen from the side]

SunAEON:http://www.sunaeon.com/#/solarsystem/ [Just click it… trust me]

SOLARIMG: http://solarimg.org/artis/ [All purpose data viewing site]

iSWA: http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov/iswa/iSWA.html [Free Application; for advanced sun watchers]

NASA ENLIL SPIRAL: http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/iSWACygnetStreamer?timestamp=…
NOAA ENLIL SPIRAL: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/wsa-enlil/

US Wind Map: http://hint.fm/wind/

NOAA Bouys: http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/

NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory: http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/Default.php

RSOE: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php [That cool alert map I use]

GOES Xray: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/sxi/goes15/index.html

JAPAN Radiation Map: http://jciv.iidj.net/map/

LISS: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitoring/operations/heliplots_gsn.php

Gamma Ray Bursts: http://grb.sonoma.edu/ [Really? You can’t figure out what this one is for?]

BARTOL Cosmic Rays: http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu//spaceweather/welcome.html [Top left box, look for BIG blue circles]

TORCON: http://www.weather.com/news/tornado-torcon-index [Tornado Forecast for the day]

GOES Weather: http://rsd.gsfc.nasa.gov/goes/ [Clouds over America]

RAIN RECORDS: http://www.cocorahs.org/ViewData/ListIntensePrecipReports.aspx

EL DORADO WORLD WEATHER MAP: http://www.eldoradocountyweather.com/satellite/ssec/world/world-composite-ir-…

PRESSURE MAP: http://www.woweather.com/cgi-bin/expertcharts?LANG=us&MENU=0000000000&…

HURRICANE TRACKER: http://www.weather.com/weather/hurricanecentral/tracker

INTELLICAST: http://www.intellicast.com/ [Weather site used by many youtubers]

NASA News: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/

PHYSORG: http://phys.org/ [GREAT News Site!]

QUAKES LIST FULL: http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/seismologist.php

2MIN News Sept 16. 2012

Published on Sep 16, 2012 by

2012 Explanation Video: http://youtu.be/uI10tKuLtFU

TODAY’S LINKS
Sanba Waves: http://www.weather.com/weather/videos/news-41/top-stories-169/raw-big-waves-f…
Aussie Beach Drones: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2012-09-16/aerial-drones-to-patrol-queensland-beac…
Australian Islam Protests: http://www.news.com.au/national/police-use-pepper-spray-on-anti-islamic-film-…
Ceres JL: http://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=CERES;orb=1;cov=0;log=0;cad=0#orb
Planck’s Law: http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/2012/sep/14/plancks-law-violated-at-…
Visible on Stereo: http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/beacon/planets/

REPEAT LINKS
Spaceweather: http://spaceweather.com/ [Look on the left at the X-ray Flux and Solar Wind Speed/Density]

HAARP: http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/haarp/data.html [Click online data, and have a little fun]

SDO: http://sdo.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/ [Place to find Solar Images and Videos – as seen from earth]

SOHO: http://sohodata.nascom.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/soho_movie_theater [SOHO; Lasco and EIT – as seen from earth]

Stereo: http://stereo.gsfc.nasa.gov/cgi-bin/images [Stereo; Cor, EUVI, HI – as seen from the side]

SunAEON:http://www.sunaeon.com/#/solarsystem/ [Just click it… trust me]

SOLARIMG: http://solarimg.org/artis/ [All purpose data viewing site]

iSWA: http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov/iswa/iSWA.html [Free Application; for advanced sun watchers]

NASA ENLIL SPIRAL: http://iswa.gsfc.nasa.gov:8080/IswaSystemWebApp/iSWACygnetStreamer?timestamp=…
NOAA ENLIL SPIRAL: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/wsa-enlil/

US Wind Map: http://hint.fm/wind/

NOAA Bouys: http://www.ndbc.noaa.gov/

NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory: http://www.nnvl.noaa.gov/Default.php

RSOE: http://hisz.rsoe.hu/alertmap/index2.php [That cool alert map I use]

GOES Xray: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/sxi/goes15/index.html

JAPAN Radiation Map: http://jciv.iidj.net/map/

LISS: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/monitoring/operations/heliplots_gsn.php

Gamma Ray Bursts: http://grb.sonoma.edu/ [Really? You can’t figure out what this one is for?]

BARTOL Cosmic Rays: http://neutronm.bartol.udel.edu//spaceweather/welcome.html [Top left box, look for BIG blue circles]

TORCON: http://www.weather.com/news/tornado-torcon-index [Tornado Forecast for the day]

GOES Weather: http://rsd.gsfc.nasa.gov/goes/ [Clouds over America]

RAIN RECORDS: http://www.cocorahs.org/ViewData/ListIntensePrecipReports.aspx

EL DORADO WORLD WEATHER MAP: http://www.eldoradocountyweather.com/satellite/ssec/world/world-composite-ir-…

PRESSURE MAP: http://www.woweather.com/cgi-bin/expertcharts?LANG=us&MENU=0000000000&…

HURRICANE TRACKER: http://www.weather.com/weather/hurricanecentral/tracker

INTELLICAST: http://www.intellicast.com/ [Weather site used by many youtubers]

NASA News: http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-at-nasa/

PHYSORG: http://phys.org/ [GREAT News Site!]

QUAKES LIST FULL: http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/seismologist.php

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Space

 Earth approaching objects (objects that are known in the next 30 days)

Object Name Apporach Date Left AU Distance LD Distance Estimated Diameter* Relative Velocity
(2012 FC71) 18th September 2012 0 day(s) 0.1074 41.8 24 m – 53 m 3.51 km/s 12636 km/h
(1998 FF14) 19th September 2012 1 day(s) 0.0928 36.1 210 m – 480 m 21.40 km/s 77040 km/h
331990 (2005 FD) 19th September 2012 1 day(s) 0.1914 74.5 320 m – 710 m 15.92 km/s 57312 km/h
(2009 SH2) 24th September 2012 6 day(s) 0.1462 56.9 28 m – 62 m 7.52 km/s 27072 km/h
333578 (2006 KM103) 25th September 2012 7 day(s) 0.0626 24.4 250 m – 560 m 8.54 km/s 30744 km/h
(2002 EZ2) 26th September 2012 8 day(s) 0.1922 74.8 270 m – 610 m 6.76 km/s 24336 km/h
(2009 SB170) 29th September 2012 11 day(s) 0.1789 69.6 200 m – 440 m 32.39 km/s 116604 km/h
(2011 OJ45) 29th September 2012 11 day(s) 0.1339 52.1 18 m – 39 m 4.24 km/s 15264 km/h
(2012 JS11) 30th September 2012 12 day(s) 0.0712 27.7 270 m – 600 m 12.60 km/s 45360 km/h
137032 (1998 UO1) 04th October 2012 16 day(s) 0.1545 60.1 1.3 km – 2.9 km 32.90 km/s 118440 km/h
(2012 GV11) 05th October 2012 17 day(s) 0.1830 71.2 100 m – 230 m 6.96 km/s 25056 km/h
(2009 XZ1) 05th October 2012 17 day(s) 0.1382 53.8 120 m – 280 m 16.87 km/s 60732 km/h
(2006 TD) 06th October 2012 18 day(s) 0.1746 68.0 88 m – 200 m 13.03 km/s 46908 km/h
(2009 TK) 06th October 2012 18 day(s) 0.0450 17.5 100 m – 230 m 11.10 km/s 39960 km/h
(2004 UB) 08th October 2012 20 day(s) 0.1995 77.6 240 m – 530 m 14.65 km/s 52740 km/h
277830 (2006 HR29) 11th October 2012 23 day(s) 0.1917 74.6 190 m – 440 m 7.88 km/s 28368 km/h
(2008 BW2) 11th October 2012 23 day(s) 0.1678 65.3 3.1 m – 6.8 m 11.10 km/s 39960 km/h
(2005 GQ21) 12th October 2012 24 day(s) 0.1980 77.0 620 m – 1.4 km 23.86 km/s 85896 km/h
(2012 GV17) 12th October 2012 24 day(s) 0.1500 58.4 160 m – 370 m 16.11 km/s 57996 km/h
256004 (2006 UP) 14th October 2012 26 day(s) 0.1374 53.5 65 m – 140 m 3.06 km/s 11016 km/h
(2005 ST1) 14th October 2012 26 day(s) 0.1319 51.3 230 m – 510 m 12.88 km/s 46368 km/h
(2011 OB57) 14th October 2012 26 day(s) 0.1553 60.4 17 m – 37 m 4.95 km/s 17820 km/h
(2012 KB4) 14th October 2012 26 day(s) 0.1271 49.4 22 m – 49 m 4.98 km/s 17928 km/h
(2004 RX10) 15th October 2012 27 day(s) 0.0819 31.9 150 m – 340 m 11.86 km/s 42696 km/h
(2006 WV1) 15th October 2012 27 day(s) 0.0910 35.4 17 m – 39 m 6.15 km/s 22140 km/h
(2012 LA) 16th October 2012 28 day(s) 0.0449 17.5 8.3 m – 19 m 1.86 km/s 6696 km/h
329275 (1999 VP6) 17th October 2012 29 day(s) 0.1766 68.7 300 m – 670 m 7.15 km/s 25740 km/h
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers,1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers Source: NASA-NEO

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Biological Hazards / Wildlife/ Hazmat

17.09.2012 Biological Hazard USA State of Colorado, Colorado Springs [East of Powers Boulevard, El Paso County] Damage level Details

Biological Hazard in USA on Saturday, 15 September, 2012 at 04:43 (04:43 AM) UTC.

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Updated: Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 03:01 UTC
Description
El Paso County health officials announced Friday, September 14, that a wild rabbit found on the northeast side of Colorado Springs has been laboratory-confirmed positive for Yersinia pestis, the cause of plague. This comes on the heels of a Pagosa Springs girl who contracted the plague and recovered from the disease. El Paso County’s last reported human case occurred in 1991. An El Paso County Public Health news release Friday says the animal was found is East of Powers Boulevard near the St. Francis Medical Center/Hospital. Of utmost importance is the risk to the human population in the area. Infectious disease experts are conducting an investigation to determine potential human exposures and to assess the general area for additional plague concerns. The people exposed have been identified and have been given preventive antibiotics to prevent plague from developing.
17.09.2012 Biological Hazard India State of Andhra Pradesh, Hyderabad Damage level Details

Biological Hazard in India on Thursday, 13 September, 2012 at 03:25 (03:25 AM) UTC.

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Updated: Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 03:18 UTC
Description
A rare disease suspected to be of ‘scrub typhus’ has claimed 30 lives, in Alwar district of Rajasthan this season. Another six have died due to a disease with similar symptoms in Dausa. Concerned over the high death count recorded since August 22 this year, the health department has sought the help of National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) based in New Delhi. A team has reached the spot to collect blood samples, according to official sources. Scrub typhus can be cured but only if it is timely diagnosed. It is caused by the bite of mites especially during the monsoon season and is reported in areas close to jungles or urban shrubs. Since fever is one of the early symptoms of this disease, wrong or delayed diagnosis is a major worry. Residents claim that the death toll is over 50 but chief medical health officer (CMHO) in Alwar, Dr K K Meena, puts the official figure at 30. In Dausa, six people died recently after showing similar symptoms as scrub typhus which includes high fever and low platelet count. “In the initial investigation, we have found that some of them had low platelet count accompanied by fever,” said Dr O P Bairwa, CMHO, Dausa.

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17.09.2012 HAZMAT USA State of Texas, Halliburton Damage level Details

HAZMAT in USA on Friday, 14 September, 2012 at 03:03 (03:03 AM) UTC.

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Updated: Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 16:48 UTC
Description
Halliburton has lost a seven-inch radioactive rod somewhere in the Texas desert. The National Guard has been called in to help to find the device, which employees of the controversial US oilfield services company lost a week ago. The rod, which contains americium-241/beryllium and is stamped with a radiation warning symbol with the words “Danger Radioactive: Do not handle. Notify civil authorities if found”, was lost during a 130-mile journey between oil well sites in Pecos and Odessa last Tuesday. The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) warned that the radioactive material “could cause permanent injury to a person who handled them”. The agency said americium-241/beryllium, known as Am-241, is a “category 3” source of radiation and would normally have to be held for some hours before causing health problems.But the NRC still warned that “it could possibly – although it is unlikely – be fatal to be close to this amount of unshielded radioactive material for a period of days to weeks”. A spokeswoman for the NRC said the agency could not remember the last time a radioactive rod went missing. “[There has] never been one lost in the public domain,” she said. The spokeswoman added that there was a concern the radioactive material could fall into the hands of terrorists. The route the Halliburton truck took between Pecos and Odessa has been painstakingly searched with radioactive detection gear three times with assistance from local police and the National Guard. “When the crew went to remove the Am-241 source they discovered the source transport container lock and plug were not in place and that the source was missing,” the NRC said in its report into the incident. “The crew returned to the well site near Pecos and searched for the source, but did not find it. The radiation safety officer stated that the lock was found in the storage compartment in the back of the truck. The transport container plug was not in the container.”The three-man Halliburton crew, who had been using the rod to identify oil and gas deposits suitable for fracking, have been questioned by the FBI. The NRC said Halliburton was carrying out a forensic search of the truck. “They are literally stripping it down, removing every piece of equipment looking for the source,” the agency said. Halliburton said it would offer a reward to anyone who finds the rod but cautioned the public to stay at least 25ft away from the device.
17.09.2012 HAZMAT Czech Republic Multiple region, [Prerov,Osek and Becvou] Damage level Details

HAZMAT in Czech Republic on Tuesday, 11 September, 2012 at 14:15 (02:15 PM) UTC.

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Updated: Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 02:54 UTC
Description
A 63-year-old man died Sunday in the Czech Republic after drinking bootleg spirits tainted with methanol, bringing the death toll from an outbreak of alcohol poisoning to 20, hospital staff said. The man was found unconscious Friday at a railway station in the eastern town of Prerov and was hospitalised in a very serious condition. “Despite their efforts, doctors were unable to save him. The man died today a little before noon,” hospital spokeswoman Hana Szotkovska said. Eastern regions of the country have been hit hardest by what Czech experts describe as the worst wave of alcohol poisoning in three decades, but a first case has also been reported in the capital Prague. Around 40 people remained in hospital Sunday from the outbreak, which claimed its first two victims on September 6 and prompted the health minister on Friday to ban the sale of liquor with an alcohol content of over 20 percent. Poland, which borders eastern Czech Republic, on Sunday banned the sale of all alcohol manufactured by its neighbour, except for beer and wine. Czech police have to date charged 22 people in connection with the case. On Friday, they raided thousands of bars, restaurants and shops across the country for traces of bootleg alcohol. Czech police chief Martin Cervicek spoke Sunday of progress in the investigation, telling public radio station CRo1 that officers were on the trail of those who may have supplied the material used to manufacture the spirits.

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Articles of Interest

Animation of secular variation in geomagnetic total intensity for the last 400 years.

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IGRF model field    On geomagnetic data


1600-2000 Geomag. animation


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1600    1700    1800    1900    2000

17.09.2012 Technological Disaster China Province of Jiangxi, Ganzhou [Daqing-Guangzhou Expressway] Damage level Details

Technological Disaster in China on Monday, 17 September, 2012 at 12:09 (12:09 PM) UTC.

Description
Sixteen people are trapped after a tunnel along the Daqing-Guangzhou Expressway collapsed Sunday night in east China’s Jiangxi Province, local authorities said Monday. The tunnel, which is still under construction, collapsed at around 10 p.m. in Longnan County in the city of Ganzhou, said rescuers. By Monday noon, the trapped people still had not been found. The tunnel is part of the 3,429 km-expressway that spans from northeast China’s Heilongjiang Province all the way to southern Guangdong Province.

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Food Safety

Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak Hits Illinois Hard

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Illinois has been hard hit by the cantaloupe Salmonella outbreak that has sickened 204 people in 22 states, according to the latest update from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).  Illinois residents account for about 12 percent of all reported cases nationwide. So far, 24 people from 11 counties in that state have confirmed cases of Salmonella poisoning. And at least eight of them had cases so severe that they needed to be hospitalized.

The tainted cantaloupes were grown on Chamberlain Farms Produce, Inc. of Owensville, Indiana and were distributed throughout the country. Retailers who reported removing cantaloupes from their shelves include Walmart, Krogers, Schnucks, Meijer and Marsh.

“Illinois consumers should check for and ask about the origin of recently purchased cantaloupe, and discard any cantaloupe grown in southwestern Indiana,” said Dr. LaMar Hasbrouck, director of the Illinois Department of Public Health. “Anyone who becomes ill after eating cantaloupes grown in southwestern Indiana should seek medical attention immediately.”

Symptoms of a Salmonella infection include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps developing 12 to 72 hours after exposure and lasting up to seven days. For some people, the diarrhea may be so severe that hospitalization is required. Those most at risk include older adults, infants, and those with impaired immune systems. Infections that travel from the GI tract to the bloodstream can be fatal id they are not treated quickly with antibiotics. In this outbreak 78 people have been hospitalized, and two people from Kentucky have died.

Get Salmonella help here.

Case counts by state are as follows: Alabama (13), Arkansas (5), California (2), Florida (1), Georgia (4), Illinois (24), Indiana (22), Iowa (8), Kentucky (63), Massachusetts (2), Michigan (6), Minnesota (5), Mississippi (5), Missouri (13), New Jersey (2), North Carolina (5), Ohio (5), Pennsylvania (2), South Carolina (3), Tennessee (8), Texas (2), and Wisconsin (4).

Swine Flu Kills 61-Year-Old Ohio Woman

Not transmissible to people through eating properly cooked pork

Food Safety News

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) Friday announced the nation’s first known H3N2v-associated (swine flu) death.
Testing involving a 61-year-old Madison County woman at the Ohio Department of Health Laboratory confirmed that the individual had been infected with the H3N2v influenza virus.
The patient had multiple other underlying medical conditions, but the influenza virus may have contributed to the death.
The deceased woman is known to have had direct contact with swine at the Ross County fair before becoming ill.
According to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the main risk factor for infection is direct exposure to swine. CDC points out that the virus does not spread easily from person-to-person, but limited human-to-human infection has occurred.
Swine influenza has not been shown to be transmissible to people through eating properly handled and prepared pork (pig meat) or other products derived from pigs, according to CDC.
 “H3N2v, like many other viruses, has the greatest potential to impact those with weakened immune systems,” said Dr. Ted Wymyslo, Director of ODH. “We have been seeing a mild illness in most individuals infected with the H3N2v virus, so there’s no need for alarm. However, it is important for those at-risk individuals to take extra precautions like avoiding swine exhibits to protect themselves.”
Ohio is currently reporting 102 cases of H3N2v statewide. Those with confirmed cases of H3N2v are between the ages of 6 months and 61 years old. Most ill individuals have recovered on their own or were treated and released after a short stay in the hospital.
At this time, surveillance indicates that the individuals most likely became ill with the flu virus after exposure to swine. At-risk individuals (children younger than 5 years old, people 65 years and older, pregnant women, and people with certain chronic conditions such as asthma and other lung diseases, diabetes, heart disease, weakened immune system, and neurologic or neurodevelopmental disorders) should avoid exposure to pigs and swine barns during this fair season.
Those attending fairs should remember:
– Wash your hands frequently with soap and running water before and after exposure to animals;
– Never eat, drink or put things in your mouth in animal areas, and don’t take food or drink into animal areas;
– Leave baby strollers parked outside of areas with pigs;
– Young children, pregnant women, people 65 and older and people with weakened immune systems should be extra careful around animals;
– If you have animals – including swine – watch them for signs of illness and call a veterinarian if you suspect they might be sick;
– Avoid close contact with animals that look or act ill, when possible;
– Avoid contact with swine if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms.
If you are sick:
– If you are at high risk and you get flu symptoms, call a health care provider. Tell them about your risk factor, other medical conditions and your flu symptoms. If you have recently been exposed to swine, tell them about that too.
– If you are not at high risk and you get flu symptoms after exposure to pigs, seek medical care as you normally would.

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Recalls

World Foods Recalls Winn-Dixie Products Made with Recalled Daniella Mangoes

Food Poisoning Bulletin

World Foods is recalling products it distributes to retail supermarkets that contain Daniella mangoes recalled by Splendid Products. The mangoes may be contaminated with Salmonella Braenderup that are linked to a nationwide outbreak. The products were distributed to stores in central and south Florida.

The recalled products include: Garden Highway Tropical Salsa in 11 ounce packages, with UPC code 8.26766-42210.4 and code dates 8/31/2012 and 9/1/2012. Generic/Winn Dixie Stores brand Fresh Island Medley in 1 pound pack, with UPC number 0.21140-01696.6 and code dates 8/30/2012 and 8/31/2012. Also recalled are Generic/Winn-Dixie Stores brand Fresh Fruit Burst Bowl in 1 pound pack, with UPC number 0.21140-01701.7 and code dates 8/30/2012 and 8/31/2012. And finally, Generic/Winn-Dixie Stores brand Fresh Fruit Burst Bowl in 1.5 pound pack is recalled, with UPC number 0.21140-01707.9 and code dates 8/30/2012 and 8/31/2012.

All affected products have a plant code P-009 on the label next to the UPC bar code. No other World Foods LLC products or code dates are affected by this recall. If you have purchased these products, discard them. For questions, call the company at 1-407-851-4504 Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm ET.

Hannaford Recalls Mango Products for Possible Salmonella

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Hannaford Bros. Co. is recalling several products made with recalled Daniella mangoes. The fruit may be contaminated with Salmonella Braenderup and may be linked to a nationwide outbreak that has sickened 105 people in 16 states.

Hannaford Mango Spears in 16 ounce packages with Sell by date of August 28, 2012 are recalled. In addition, Hannaford Fruit Burst in 10 ounce, 20 ounce, and 4-pound packages, with Sell by date of August 28, 2012 is recalled. And finally, Hannaford Tropical Medley in 16 ounce packages, with Sell by date of August 28, 2012 is recalled.

The store has also removed Daniella brand mangoes with PLU #4051 from its stores as part of a larger recall by Splendid Products. Do not eat these products if you have purchased them. Return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Or dispose of the product in a sealed container and bring the receipt or sticker back to the store for a refund.

EphBurn Dietary Supplement Recalled for Ephedrine Alkaloids

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Brand new Energy re-sale distributor is recalling all lot codes of EphBurn 25. The FDA has notified them that one lot of EphBurn 25 was sampled and found to contain ephedrine alkaloids, making it an unapproved drug.

Ephedrine is a stimulant, appetite suppressant, concentration aid, and decongestant. Adverse effects of this drug include elevated blood pressure, rapid heartbeat, nerve damage, muscle injury, psychosis, and memory loss. More serious side effects include heart attack, stroke, seizure, and death. But there have been no reports of adverse events associated with the consumption of this product.

The recall affects all lot codes and use-by dates of EphBurn 25. The product is a 90-count bottle with red capsules. It displays the product name “ephBURN 25″ in white letters on a red label. There is no UPC code. EphBurn 25 was discontinued on or about May 2012.

If you have purchased this product, immediately discontinue use. Contact your healthcare provider if you have experienced any problems. Report adverse side effects at Medwatch. For questions, call 1-888-234-2595 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm PT.

Klement Bratwurst Patties Recalled for Foreign Materials

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Klement Sausage Company of Wisconsin is recalling about 2,920 pounds of frozen bratwurst patties because they may contain pieces of ap lstic pen. The product is 10-pound cases containing 4-ounce patties of Klement Sausage Co. Bratwurst Patty.

The products were produced on July 6, 2012. The packages have the establishment number “EST. 2426B” in the USDA mark of inspection. Each case label has the batch number “21097″. The products were distributed for foodservice use in Iowa, Kentucky, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.

The problem was discovered when food preparation personnel discovered the foreign matter while cooking the product. There have been no reports of injury or illness associated with the consumption of this product. If you have questions, call Jeff Klement, the company’s vice president of special products, at 414-744-2330 extenion 244.

Stop & Shop Recalls Splendid Products LLC Daniella Mangoes

Food Poisoning Bulletin

The Stop & Shop Supermarket Company LLC is recalling Daniella mangoes it received from Splendid Products for possible Salmonella Braenderup contamination. The mangoes were purchased between July 12, 2012 and August 24, 2012. The mangoes have PLU #4959.

Stop & Shop says it is aware of illnesses reported in Canada and associated with this recall. If you have purchased this product, discard it and bring the receipt to Stop & Shop for a full refund. You can call Stop & Shop Customer Service at 800-767-7772 Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm for more information. Stop & Shop stores are located in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, New York, and New Jersey.

These mangoes may be linked to a nationwide outbreak of Salmonella Braenderup that has sickened 105 people in 16 states. The FDA and CDC are still investigating this outbreak and they may announce other products linked to the outbreak.

BI-LO Recalls Daniella Brand Mangoes for Salmonella Braenderup

BI-LO is recalling whole Daniella brand mangoes for possible Salmonella Braenderup contamination. The mangoes, imported from Mexico, were sold in stores between July 12, 2012 and August 27, 2012. The fruit was sold as individual fruit and can be identified by the Daniella brand sticker and UPC number 0-00000-04051.

The recall is for fruit sold in Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. The company has received no reports of illness associated with this product, but the mangoes are linked to a nationwide outbreak that has sickened 105 people in 16 states. Do not eat the mangoes; discard them, or return to BI-LO for a refund. You must have proof of purchase to receive a refund.

For questions, call BI-LO customer relations department at 1-800-862-9293. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm ET. If you have purchased mangoes that do not have a sticker, consult the store to find out where they came from.

Ready Pac Recalls Package Fruit With Daniella Brand Mangoes

Food Safety News

Irwindale, CA-based Ready Pac Foods Inc. Saturday recalled about 30 package fruit products containing mangoes, distributed through Aug. 30, 2012, for potential Salmonella Braenderup contamination.
The package fruit products contain Daniella Brand mangoes previously recalled by Splendid Products, the supplier.
The Ready Pac  recall is part of an ongoing food safety investigation in the United States and Canada.
There have been several confirmed illnesses associated with the consumption of Daniella brand mangoes contained in the Ready Pac fruit products.
The Ready Pac Foods fruit products were distributed in Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Washington D.C., Florida,

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Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Canada.
Consumers who may have purchased the products should check the Ready Pac website for a complete list of products, use-by dates, and UPC codes.
Ready Pac is asking retailers to check their inventories and store shelves to confirm that none of the products are present or available for purchase by consumers or in warehouse inventories.
Customer service representatives are contacting all the retail stores impacted and are in the process of confirming that the recalled products are not in the stream of commerce.
Consumers with questions may contact Ready Pac  at 1-800-800-7822 M-F 8am-pm PDT.

More Mexican Mangoes Recalled By A Northeast Distributor

Food Safety News

More Mexican grown mangoes have been recalled, this time by New Jersey’s F&S Produce Co. Inc., which distributes in the Northeast U.S.
The company recalled products containing fresh cut mangoes for possible Salmonella Braenderup contamination. Several brand names, some familiar, are involved. F&S said the recalled products have an expiration date of Aug. 28.
The F&S recall is part of an ongoing food safety investigation by both the United States and Canada.

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There have been more than 100 confirmed illnesses associated with the consumption of Daniella brand mangoes from Mexico.  None of the illnesses have yet been connected to F&S products.
Five lots of Daniella brand mangoes have been recalled in the U.S. and Canada while officials in the two counties try to pin point the problem.  No deaths have yet been connected to the outbreak.
F&S said its products with mangoes that fall under the various recalls were distributed to grocery and convenience stores in the Northeast and were processed between  Aug. 9 and 19.  F&S switched to using mangoes from Brazil for packages with use or sell-by dates on or after Aug. 29.
The company has asked retailers to remove the recalled products from store shelves. The F&S recalled products by label, all with an expiration date of Aug. 28, unless otherwise noted include:
-Delish!: Mango Spears 5 ounce Cantaloupe; Mango, Pineapple Spears 5 ounce; Fruit Burst 10 ounce; Tropical Medley 10 ounce; Mango and Berry Mix 10 ounce; Mango Spears 1 lb.
-Garden Highway: Mango Medley 1 lb.; Tropical Mango Spinach Salad 7 ounce.
-Garden Pure: Mango Chunks 5 lb.; Mango 9 ounce ; Fruit Medley 3 lb.; Seasonal Fruit Bowl 4 lb.
-Signature Café: Fruit Basket Medley 30 ounce.
-Trader Joe’s: Tropical Fruit Medley 1 lb.

-Signature Café: Fruit Basket Medley 30 ounce.
-Generic Label, sold at Wal-Mart (expiration date Aug. 25): Mango Spears 1 lb.

In Canada, Glatt’s Ground Beef and Veal Recalled for E. coli 0157:H7

The CFIA and Continental Strictly Kosher Meat, Poultry and Delicatessen Products are recalling ground beef and ground veal products because they may be contaminated with E. coli 0157:H7. The following Glatt’s brand products are being recalled: lean ground veal, lean ground beef, medium ground beef, and medium ground beef club pack.

You can see where these products were sold at the CFIA web site. You can also see label photos at that web site. If you have purchased these products, discard them. Please check your home freezers to see if you have the products. And if you’re not sure if you purchased these products or not, check with your retailer.

There have not been any confirmed illnesses associated with the consumption of these products. For more information, call Continental at 514-522-1196, or the CFIA at 1-800-442-2342.

Soybean Sprouts and Tofu Recalled For Listeria

Food Safety News

Newark, NJ-based Manna Organics, Inc. on Sunday recalled various soybean sprouts and tofu products listed because they have the potential to be contaminated with potentially deadly Listeria monocytogenes.
No illnesses have yet been associated with the recall.

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Manna Organics became concerned about possible contamination after random testing by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets discovered Listeria in a 16 oz. package of of SOONYEOWON SOYBEAN SPROUTS.
Not known is whether New York’s testing was done under USDA’s 11-year old  Microbiological Data Program (MDP), which the Obama Administration is ending at the end of this growing season at the behest of the produce industry, or whether it was done on the state’s own nickel.
The company has suspended production while it investigates the problem with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Consumers who have purchased any of the items listed are urged to return them to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-862-267-3400. Hours of operation are 9 AM to 5 PM EST, Monday through Friday.
The recalled products were distributed to various restaurants, retailers, and distributors in NY, NJ, PA, MA, VA, MD, CT, GA, IL, and TX on or after July 17, 2012.
The Jinga Firm and Soft, SooNyeoWon Firm and Soft Tofu are packaged in a square 16-ounce white plastic container with the label sealed on top with UPC Codes: 0 28346 09112 4, 0 28346 09111 7, 0 28346 07812 5 and 0 28346 07814 9. Expiration date of September 9, 2012 or later is printed in black on top of the label.
The 5 pieces and 10 pieces tofu are packaged in a white plastic bucket. The 5 pieces and 10 pieces are lidded and labeled in Korean “Healthy Tofu” with UPC Codes 0 28346 09125 4 and 0 28346 09129 2. Affected products have an expiration date of July 25, 2012 or later.
The Soy Milk is packaged in a 1.3 gallon white plastic pail.
The Large Tofu Bucket(30 pieces), Soon tofu, and Small Tofu are packaged in a large, white plastic pail enclosed in a plastic bag labeled TOFU with the company name, address, and nutritional information listed directly below. Affected products have an expiration date of July 25, 2012 or later.
SooNyeoWon Silken Tofu is packaged in a small 14-ounce square plastic container with the label sealed on top. It has a UPC Code of 0 28346 09113 1. There is an expiration date printed in black on top of the label. Affected products have an expiration date of September 9, 2012 or later.
The Soybean Sprouts 16-ounce products come in a clear plastic sealed bag colored in red or green with the labels SOONYEOWON SOYBEAN SPROUTS or SOONYEOWON HEALTHY SOYBEAN SPROUTS with UPC Codes 0 28346 07121 8 and 0 28346 07140 9. The Soybean Sprouts 10lbs. and 5 lbs. bags come in a clear hand tied plastic poly bag labeled SPROUTS with the company info directly beneath it.
See the attached table for more information.

Recall of Sea Salt Product For Not Listing Milk As Allergen

Food SafetyNews

The San Francisco-based Somersault Snack Co., LLC has recalled some of its Somersaults Pacific Sea Salt (6 oz.) for a packaging mistake.
“Limited quantities of Somersaults Santa Fe Salsa flavored product were inadvertently commingled with Somersaults Pacific Sea Salt flavored product in packages labeled as Somersaults Pacific Sea Salt,” the snack firm said.

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“The inadvertent commingling of these two products introduced another allergen (milk) to the Somersaults Pacific Sea Salt (6oz). packages, and that allergen (milk) is not listed on the packaging as either an ingredient or an allergen.
The sell-by date and UPC number on the product is: MAR1113 G6 / UPC Product Code: 8-98403-00201-7.   The Sell By Date is located on the back of the package, in the middle, above the sunflower graphics,
and the UPC Product Code is located below the UPC bar code.
People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of an allergic reaction if they consume the affected product. The product was distributed to retail stores nationwide. No allergic reactions have been reported.
Somersault Snack Co. has taken the precautionary measure of notifying the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and is voluntarily recalling approximately 418 cases of the product shown.
Somersault Snack Co. will work with retail customers to ensure that the recalled products are removed from store shelves.
In the event that consumers believe they have purchased products affected by this voluntary recall, they should return the product to the store where it was purchased for a full refund. Consumers or customers with questions may call 415-275-1247 for more information.

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Consumer Groups Sue Obama Administration Over Stalled FSMA Regulations

Food Poisoning Bulletin

Two consumer groups have sued the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB) for the delay in implementing the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Four critical regulations have been delayed at OMB’s Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs for more than eight months, making the Act “unlawfully delayed for more than a year and a half,” according to the complaint.

FSMA was signed into law in January 2011, but the FDA has failed to put seven food safety regulations into effect. The lawsuit was filed in Federal Court on Thursday, August 30, 2012 by the Center for Environmental Health and the Center for Food Safety. Andrew Kimbrell, executive director of the Center for Food Safety, said in a statement, “if the Obama administration has lost the political will to make FSMA a reality, we’re here to help them find it. It’s a disgrace that a crucial, lifesaving law sits idle while the bureaucracies of FDA and OMB grind along without a hint of results.”

FSMA was established to update the food safety laws in the United States. The FDA was given the power to require preventive controls in the food supply, to inspect food producers, and ensure imported foods meet U.S. safety standards. Meanwhile, two major outbreaks linked to imported foods have occurred this year. The Salmonella Bareilly outbreak in tuna imported from India, and the Salmonella Braenderup outbreak in Mexican mangoes, have sickened hundreds of Americans.

This is not the first time groups have pressured the White House to release the delayed rules. In April 2012, Senator Bob Casey (D-PA) called on the White House to implement the regulations. And in March 2012, the Consumer Federation of America urged the Obama administration to release the proposals.

The lawsuit seeks a court order to impose a deadline to require the FDA to enact FSMA regulations and prevents the OMB from delaying the FDA’s compliance. Charles Margulis, Food Program Director at Center for Environmental Health said, “this unreasonable and dangerous political food-dragging on FSMA has to stop now. While illness outbreaks continue and Americans question the health and safety of their food supply, FDA issues excuses instead of new regulations.”

Food Safety Was Never at Risk at Central Valley Meat

Food safety was never at risk at Central Valley Meat, which was shut down for a week for inhumane treatment of animals.
But USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has concluded that no downer cows entered the food supply, meaning incidents of inhumane treatment did not result in any food safety violations.

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The Hanford, CA slaughterhouse was subjected to an undercover video sting by an animal rights group that produced disturbing footage of inhumane treatment of animals at the plant.
It brought potentially devastating losses to Central Valley Meat, with customers including USDA, Costco, McDonald’s and In-N-Out Burger.
But the concern about downer cattle entering the food supply is apparently unfounded.
“The USDA team conducting the Central Valley Meat investigation has concluded there is no evidence to support the allegation that a downer cow was slaughtered and entered the food supply, and that no food safety violation occurred as a result,” FSIS Administrator Al Almanza told Meatingplace, the industry news service.
Central Valley Meat said it is ready to resume full operations. It reopened with more video surveillance cameras installed, more training for those employees stunning animals and tighter rules for handling animals that become non-ambulatory while in transit from farm to plant.
FSIS took what it said was “aggressive action” to investigate the incident involving “evidence of inhumane treatment of cattle.” The agency received a copy of the undercover video from the animal right groups that took it.
With no downer cows entering the food supply, USDA did not demand the recall of any meat.  By comparison, the 2008 animal cruelty investigation at the Hallmark/Westland Meat Packing Co. in Chino, CA brought the one of the largest recalls in history — 143 million pounds of beef — because downer cows has entered the food supply.
Valley Meat Packing Co. did, at least temporarily, lose the business of Costco, In-N-Out Burgers, McDonald’s and USDA. In reopening the company said it was going to improve monitoring and deploy more third-party audits of its operations.

Grand Jury Indicts Meat Company Owners in Nebraska

Food Safety News

A federal grand jury in Nebraska has indicted Paul Rosberg, 61, and Kelly Rosberg, 44,  on six counts stemming from the sale of misbranded and/or non-inspected meat and meat products to  Omaha Public Schools.  Both men are from Wausa, NE.

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If convicted, each man could be sentenced to 3 to 5 years in federal prison, and fined from $10,000 to $250,000 on each of the six counts along with requirements that any release be supervised and fees paid.
Count one charges the pair with conspiracy with the intent to defraud.   The second count charges Kelly  Rosberg with selling 2,600 pounds of ground beef that was labeled as inspected by the USDA when it was not.
Count three charges both men with selling on or about Sept. 19, 2011 ground beef that was not inspected by USDA.  In other words, the indictment is for both the mislabeling ground beef as inspected when it was not and for actually selling beef outside the required USDA inspection.
The fourth count against both men is for representing the 2,600 pounds of beet was USDA inspected,   Counts  five and six are against Paul Rosberg for making a false statements on or about Nov. 3, 2011 to USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service.
Deborah Gilg, U.S. District Attorney for Nebraska, announced the indictments.
The pair were caught by a joint investigation of USDA’s Office of Program Evaluation, Enforcement and Review (OPEER) and the Inspector General (IG).
Information development by investigators led to the issuance of a search warrant  for Nebraska’s Finest Meats, which led to the confiscation of records, labels, equipment and other evidence in the case.
Nebraska’s Finest Meats has suspended operations.
Omaha Public Schools, with about 50,000 K-12 students, are Nebraska’s largest.

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