Tag Archive: Volcano Activity in Philippines


Earthquakes

USGS

MAG UTC DATE-TIME
y/m/d h:m:s
LAT
deg
LON
deg
DEPTH
km
 Region
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

 GRTK 24hr plot

CU/GTBY, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba

 GTBY 24hr plot

CU/MTDJ, Mount Denham, Jamaica

 MTDJ 24hr plot

CU/SDDR, Presa de Sabaneta, Dominican Republic

 SDDR 24hr plot

CU/TGUH, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

 TGUH 24hr plot

IC/BJT, Baijiatuan, Beijing, China

 BJT 24hr plot

IC/ENH, Enshi, China

 ENH 24hr plot

IC/HIA, Hailar, Neimenggu Province, China

 HIA 24hr plot

IC/LSA, Lhasa, China

 LSA 24hr plot

IC/MDJ, Mudanjiang, China

 MDJ 24hr plot

IC/QIZ, Qiongzhong, Guangduong Province, China

 QIZ 24hr plot

IU/ADK, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, USA

 ADK 24hr plot

IU/AFI, Afiamalu, Samoa

 AFI 24hr plot

IU/ANMO, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

 ANMO 24hr plot

IU/ANTO, Ankara, Turkey

 ANTO 24hr plot

IU/BBSR, Bermuda

 BBSR 24hr plot

IU/BILL, Bilibino, Russia

 BILL 24hr plot

IU/CASY, Casey, Antarctica

 CASY 24hr plot

IU/CCM, Cathedral Cave, Missouri, USA

 CCM 24hr plot

IU/CHTO, Chiang Mai, Thailand

 CHTO 24hr plot

IU/COLA, College Outpost, Alaska, USA

 COLA 24hr plot

IU/COR, Corvallis, Oregon, USA

 COR 24hr plot

IU/CTAO, Charters Towers, Australia

 CTAO 24hr plot

IU/DAV,Davao, Philippines

 DAV 24hr plot

IU/DWPF,Disney Wilderness Preserve, Florida, USA

 DWPF 24hr plot

IU/FUNA,Funafuti, Tuvalu

 FUNA 24hr plot

IU/FURI, Mt. Furi, Ethiopia

 FURI 24hr plot

IU/GNI, Garni, Armenia

 GNI 24hr plot

IU/GRFO, Grafenberg, Germany

 GRFO 24hr plot

IU/GUMO, Guam, Mariana Islands

 GUMO 24hr plot

IU/HKT, Hockley, Texas, USA

 HKT 24hr plot

IU/HNR, Honiara, Solomon Islands

 HNR 24hr plot

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

 HRV 24hr plot

IU/INCN, Inchon, Republic of Korea

 INCN 24hr plot

IU/JOHN, Johnston Island, Pacific Ocean

 JOHN 24hr plot

IU/KBS, Ny-Alesund, Spitzbergen, Norway

 KBS 24hr plot

IU/KEV, Kevo, Finland

 KEV 24hr plot

IU/KIEV, Kiev, Ukraine

 KIEV 24hr plot

IU/KIP, Kipapa, Hawaii, USA

 KIP 24hr plot

IU/KMBO, Kilima Mbogo, Kenya

 KMBO 24hr plot

IU/KNTN, Kanton Island, Kiribati

 KNTN 24hr plot

IU/KONO, Kongsberg, Norway

 KONO 24hr plot

IU/KOWA, Kowa, Mali

 KOWA 24hr plot

IU/LCO, Las Campanas Astronomical Observatory, Chile

 LCO 24hr plot

IU/LSZ, Lusaka, Zambia

 LSZ 24hr plot

IU/LVC, Limon Verde, Chile

 LVC 24hr plot

IU/MA2, Magadan, Russia

 MA2 24hr plot

IU/MAJO, Matsushiro, Japan

 MAJO 24hr plot

IU/MAKZ,Makanchi, Kazakhstan

 MAKZ 24hr plot

IU/MBWA, Marble Bar, Western Australia

 MBWA 24hr plot

IU/MIDW, Midway Island, Pacific Ocean, USA

 MIDW 24hr plot

IU/MSKU, Masuku, Gabon

 MSKU 24hr plot

IU/NWAO, Narrogin, Australia

 NWAO 24hr plot

IU/OTAV, Otavalo, Equador

 OTAV 24hr plot

IU/PAB, San Pablo, Spain

 PAB 24hr plot

IU/PAYG Puerto Ayora, Galapagos Islands

 PAYG 24hr plot

IU/PET, Petropavlovsk, Russia

 PET 24hr plot

IU/PMG, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

 PMG 24hr plot

IU/PMSA, Palmer Station, Antarctica

 PMSA 24hr plot

IU/POHA, Pohakaloa, Hawaii

 POHA 24hr plot

IU/PTCN, Pitcairn Island, South Pacific

 PTCN 24hr plot

IU/PTGA, Pitinga, Brazil

 PTGA 24hr plot

IU/QSPA, South Pole, Antarctica

 QSPA 24hr plot

IU/RAO, Raoul, Kermandec Islands

 RAO 24hr plot

IU/RAR, Rarotonga, Cook Islands

 RAR 24hr plot

IU/RCBR, Riachuelo, Brazil

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IU/RSSD, Black Hills, South Dakota, USA

 RSSD 24hr plot

IU/SAML, Samuel, Brazil

 SAML 24hr plot

IU/SBA, Scott Base, Antarctica

 SBA 24hr plot

IU/SDV, Santo Domingo, Venezuela

 SDV 24hr plot

IU/SFJD, Sondre Stromfjord, Greenland

 SFJD 24hr plot

IU/SJG, San Juan, Puerto Rico

 SJG 24hr plot

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

 SLBS 24hr plot

IU/SNZO, South Karori, New Zealand

 SNZO 24hr plot

IU/SSPA, Standing Stone, Pennsylvania USA

 SSPA 24hr plot

IU/TARA, Tarawa Island, Republic of Kiribati

 TARA 24hr plot

IU/TATO, Taipei, Taiwan

 TATO 24hr plot

IU/TEIG, Tepich, Yucatan, Mexico

 TEIG 24hr plot

IU/TIXI, Tiksi, Russia

 TIXI 24hr plot

IU/TRIS, Tristan da Cunha, Atlantic Ocean

 TRIS 24hr plot

IU/TRQA, Tornquist, Argentina

 TRQA 24hr plot

IU/TSUM, Tsumeb, Namibia

 TSUM 24hr plot

IU/TUC, Tucson, Arizona

 TUC 24hr plot

IU/ULN, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

 ULN 24hr plot

IU/WAKE, Wake Island, Pacific Ocean

 WAKE 24hr plot

IU/WCI, Wyandotte Cave, Indiana, USA

 WCI 24hr plot

IU/WVT, Waverly, Tennessee, USA

 WVT 24hr plot

IU/XMAS, Kiritimati Island, Republic of Kiribati

 XMAS 24hr plot

IU/YAK, Yakutsk, Russia

 YAK 24hr plot

IU/YSS, Yuzhno Sakhalinsk, Russia

 YSS 24hr plot

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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 [+]
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1165795 16/09/2012 08:01:13 27.6691 -18.0017 23 2.3 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165793 16/09/2012 07:48:24 27.7195 -17.9817 22 1.9 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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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1165786 16/09/2012 07:24:19 27.7267 -18.0083 24 2.2 mbLg SW FRONTERA.IHI [+]
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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1165755 16/09/2012 03:51:03 27.7179 -17.9990 21 2.6 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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1165757 16/09/2012 03:43:24 27.6961 -18.0045 22 2.4 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165756 16/09/2012 03:42:44 27.7018 -18.0066 22 2.4 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165754 16/09/2012 03:36:45 27.6952 -18.0050 22 1.8 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165753 16/09/2012 03:34:39 27.7019 -18.0098 22 1.9 mbLg W EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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 [+]
1165743 16/09/2012 03:16:11 27.7241 -17.9826 22 2.4 mbLg NW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
1165752 16/09/2012 03:09:28 27.6964 -17.9857 23 2.0 mbLg SW EL PINAR.IHI [+]
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 [+]
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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 [+]
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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 [+]
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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 [+]
1165634 15/09/2012 17:49:36 27.7285 -18.0039 22 2.6 mbLg S FRONTERA.IHI [+]
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
km/h
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
km/h
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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.
Symptoms:
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


Each Panel
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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Earthquakes

 

RSOE EDIS

 

 

Date/Time (UTC) Magnitude Area Country State/Prov./Gov. Location Risk Source Details
20.07.2012 09:45:33 2.5 North America United States Hawaii Pahala There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 10:00:20 2.7 Asia Turkey Tokat Yesilyurt VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 10:00:48 2.8 Asia Turkey Batman Sason There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 10:01:10 2.5 Europe Greece West Greece Selianitika VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 10:01:32 4.8 South-America Brazil Ceará Acarau VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 09:20:45 4.8 South America Brazil Ceará Acarau VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 09:10:32 4.9 Asia Japan Hutami There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 10:01:52 5.0 Asia Japan Hutami There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 08:55:26 5.8 Europe Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 08:57:37 6.3 Asia Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 08:30:31 2.5 North America United States Alaska Salamatof There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 08:55:48 5.9 Europe Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 08:35:22 6.1 Asia Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 08:56:09 3.4 South-America Chile Antofagasta Calama There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 08:56:30 2.7 Europe Portugal Faro Sagres VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 07:55:28 2.5 South-America Chile Antofagasta Tocopilla VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 07:55:52 3.4 Asia Turkey Karabük Gozyeri VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:45:32 3.3 Europe France Pays de la Loire La Ferriere VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:15:24 2.2 North America United States California Cloverdale There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 10:02:13 4.3 Asia Japan Miyagi Ishinomaki VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. There are nuclear facilities nearby the epicenter. EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:45:54 2.9 South-America Chile Libertador General Bernardo O?Higgins Santa Cruz VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:46:18 3.0 Europe Greece Central Macedonia Sarti VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:46:43 2.2 Europe Poland Lower Silesian Voivodeship Rudna VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:47:04 2.1 Asia Turkey Kütahya Simav There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:47:25 2.1 Asia Turkey Kütahya Pazarlar There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 08:56:50 2.4 Europe Albania Lezhë Kurbnesh VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:47:43 5.3 Europe Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 06:00:28 5.3 Asia Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 05:45:26 3.7 South-America Chile Libertador General Bernardo O?Higgins Santa Cruz VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 05:45:59 3.7 South-America Argentina Salta San Antonio de los Cobres There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 05:46:25 2.2 Asia Turkey Kütahya Simav There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 05:46:46 2.1 Asia Turkey Mu?la Marmaris VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 05:47:08 2.4 Europe Greece North Aegean Samiopoula VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 04:40:21 2.5 Asia Turkey Mu?la OEluedeniz VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 04:40:45 4.6 Indonesian Archipelago Papua New Guinea Eastern Highlands Kainantu There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 03:45:21 4.6 Indonesian archipelago Papua New Guinea Eastern Highlands Kainantu There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 03:35:26 5.1 Europe Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 03:37:20 5.0 Asia Russia Sakhalin Severo-Kuril’sk VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 03:25:26 2.4 North America United States Alaska Nanwalek There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 03:35:45 2.6 Asia Turkey Van Yuvacik There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 03:36:02 2.6 Asia Turkey Van Yuvacik There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 03:36:53 3.0 Asia Taiwan Taiwan Daxi There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 There are nuclear facilities nearby the epicenter. EMSC Details
20.07.2012 02:45:48 4.3 Middle East Iran Razavi Khorasan Kashmar VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 02:35:24 4.4 Middle-East Iran Razavi Khorasan Kashmar VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 05:47:32 2.5 Asia Turkey Van Yuvacik There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 02:35:46 2.2 Asia Turkey ?zmir Foca VulkĂĄn 0 There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 02:36:08 4.5 Indonesian Archipelago Indonesia Papua Nabire VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 EMSC Details
20.07.2012 02:15:26 4.5 Indonesian archipelago Indonesia Papua Nabire VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 02:36:58 2.1 Middle America Mexico Baja California Alberto Oviedo Mota There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. There are airport(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details
20.07.2012 00:40:25 2.4 North America United States Hawaii Volcano There are volcano(s) nearby the epicenter. VulkĂĄn 0 VulkĂĄn 0 USGS-RSOE Details

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Volcanic Activity

 

 

Today Volcano Activity New Zealand Northland, [Mount Tongariro Volcano] Damage level
Details

 

Volcano Activity in New Zealand on Friday, 20 July, 2012 at 05:40 (05:40 AM) UTC.

Description
The volcanic alert level has been lifted for Mt Tongariro following a series of earthquakes. Small earthquakes were recorded beneath the central North Island mountain on July 13. They died down but flared up again on July 18 and increased in frequency yesterday and today. GNS volcanologist Brad Scott said the small earthquakes were all below magnitude 2.5, but they had increased monitoring due to the frequency. “Our historic seismic data has shown that these small volcanic earthquakes are common at Tongariro, but usually only occur at an average rate of 2 per year. We have recorded more than 20 since July 13.” Seismic activity indicating unrest was last detected at Tongariro during 2001. “Our routine volcano monitoring also includes the chemistry of the lakes, springs and fumaroles on Tongariro.” The most recent samples collected in May showed no anomalies, Mr Scott said. GNS Science had upgraded the volcanic alert level from zero to one, meaning activity had risen from typical background surface activity. Level two signals minor eruptive activity and level five indicates a large hazardous eruption in progress. Mt Ruapehu and White Island each have an alert level of one. The aviation colour code was also upgraded for Mt Tongariro from green to yellow, meaning the volcano is experiencing signs of elevated unrest above known background levels. This month’s quakes were clustered in a zone between Emerald Crater and the Te Māri craters at a depth of between two and seven kilometres. Volcanologists will set up portable seismic recorders around the eipcentres of the quakes and sample hot springs, crater lakes and fumarole in the area. Tongariro is made up of multiple volcanic cones constructed over a period of 275,000 years. There have been five reported eruptions from Te Māri craters and Red Crater between 1855 and 1896 and these have since been dormant.

 

 

 

19.07.2012 12:04 PM Batangas, Luzon, Philippines Taal Volcano Volcano Activity 0703-07= Stratovolcano 1977 No. 0 Details

 

 

 

Volcano Activity in Philippines on Thursday, 19 July, 2012 at 12:04 (12:04 PM) UTC.

Description
The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded yesterday three volcanic tremors in Taal Volcano along with an increase in the water temperature in its main crater. The carbon dioxide emission of the main crater lake also rose to 627 tons per day on July 7, the agency added. In contrast, Mayon Volcano slumbered the whole day yesterday, with no tremor recorded and no danger of sudden eruption. However, both volcanoes are still under Alert Level 1. Meanwhile, at 6:15 a.m. yesterday, an earthquake swayed a remote town in Occidental Mindoro in contrast to the nine tremors that rocked the entire country on July 17. The solitary quake, which was a gentle magnitude 2.4, had an epicenter 11 kilometers deep at 26 kilometers southeast of Looc, Occidental Mindoro.

 

 

 

 

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Extreme Temperatures/ Weather / Drought

 

Excessive Heat Warning

 

TOPEKA KS

ST LOUIS MO
KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO
TULSA OK





Excessive Heat Watch

 

TULSA OK



Heat Advisory

 

MEMPHIS TN
ABERDEEN SD
TOPEKA KS
ST LOUIS MO
KANSAS CITY/PLEASANT HILL MO
SIOUX FALLS SD
HASTINGS NE
NORTH PLATTE NE
LITTLE ROCK AR
WICHITA KS
TULSA OK
RAPID CITY SD
SPRINGFIELD MO
GOODLAND KS

 

 

At 107°F, Death Valley Sets Record for Hottest Daily Low

Death Valley. Photo: Ray Ordinario

While large parts of the United States battle high temperatures and drought, Death Valley, California, set an unusual new record last week, matching the hottest low temperature ever recorded on Earth. Jeff Masters on Wunderground.com says,

On Thursday morning, July 12, 2012 the low temperature at Death Valley, California dropped to just 107°F (41.7°C), after hitting a high of 128° (53.3°C) the previous day. Not only does the morning low temperature tie a record for the world’s warmest low temperature ever recorded, the average temperature of 117.5°F is the world’s warmest 24-hour temperature on record.

Flanked to the north, south, and west by the Sylvania, Owlshead, and Pinamint mountains, respectively, Death Valley National Park is largely cut off from predominantly south- or westward winds. As they rise up the outer edges of the mountains, water-laden winds from all around shed their water vapor. Normally, a large amount of sunlight’s energy is used to evaporate water vapor, but in Death Valley, the lack of moisture in the air and in the soil means that most of the sun’s energy feeds directly into its soaring temperatures.

This same lack of water usually drives desert temperatures down at night. The average low for July 12 from 1911 to 2008 is 87°F, and last year the warmest minimum temperature was 97°F.

Masters says,

Wednesday’s high of 128°F (53.3°C) was the 10th hottest temperature in U.S. history, and the hottest temperature measured in the U.S. since July 18, 2009, when Death Valley recorded another 128° reading. The only hotter temperatures in U.S. history were all measured at Death Valley, the most recent one being the 129° measured on July 6, 2007. The all-time high for Death Valley is the 134° reading of July 10, 1913.

Heat records like this always need to taken with a grain of salt, however, as there are places on Earth that are so hot or so remote that people don’t even want to venture in to set up the required monitoring equipment, according to CNN.

 

 

Red Flag Warning

FIRE WEATHER MESSAGE

 

POCATELLO ID
MEDFORD OR
BOISE ID

 

 

 

 

 

20.07.2012 Forest / Wild Fire Greece West Greece, [Patras city area] Damage level
Details

 

 

Forest / Wild Fire in Greece on Wednesday, 18 July, 2012 at 11:06 (11:06 AM) UTC.

Description
Authorities issued evacuation orders for villages in southwestern Greece on Wednesday where wildfires, aided by strong winds and soaring temperatures, have ravaged large areas. The blaze, burning mostly pine forest, sent smoke over the city of Patras, a port with some 220,000 inhabitants, where regional authorities have declared an emergency. Nine planes and one helicopter were involved in the firefighting effort at Argyra, some 15 kilometres (9 miles) east of Patras. Apostolos Katsifaras, regional governor for western Greece, said evacuation orders had been issued for villages in the rugged fire stricken area — likely to involve several hundred residents. “The conditions are very tough. We are using everything we have against the fire,” Katsifaras said. The state of emergency allows authorities to use additional resources, including Greece’s military.

 

20.07.2012 Forest / Wild Fire Portugal Atlantic Ocean – North, [Island of Madeira ] Damage level
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Forest / Wild Fire in Portugal on Thursday, 19 July, 2012 at 19:09 (07:09 PM) UTC.

Description
Wildfires have forced the evacuation of dozens of villagers from their homes in Madeira on Thursday, with the Portuguese authorities sending teams from the mainland to help overwhelmed local firefighters. Portugal had suffered from a severe drought this year before being hit by temperatures of up to 40C this week, which has triggered forest blazes on the mainland too. More than 300 firefighters were struggling on Thursday to put out wildfires near Tavira, a popular holiday destination in the Algarve region near the Spanish border. Authorities in Madeira have used planes and helicopters to combat the flames, including an aircraft sent by Spain’s civil defence. Portugal sent a military transport plane with 83 firefighters to Madeira, where the flames briefly threatened the outskirts of Funchal, the archipelago’s capital, on Wednesday night. The Portuguese interior minister, Miguel Macedo, is also in Madeira to co-ordinate the efforts. While Funchal was mostly out of danger on Thursday, television footage from the archipelago’s smaller island of Porto Santo showed houses catching fire and firefighters telling residents of Camacha to abandon the area. “The changing wind is strongly compromising the effort to put out the flames, and we only have five firemen there and one truck,” the local fire brigade chief, Afonso Nobrega, told the Lusa news agency. SIC television showed a local man shouting for help to get three women out of a building whose door was on fire. Enveloped in heavy smoke, local residents sprayed water on the outside of their homes while others fled. There have been no reports of deaths of serious injuries. This year’s drought, coupled with scorching weather, poses a threat that fires will escalate during the hottest period in late July and August.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Homeland Security: “Don’t want to be alarmists”

Published on Jul 19, 2012 by

On Daybreak, Anchor Lauren Lowrey asks some of your questions regarding the drought and water shortage to Indiana Department of Homeland Security and Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

 

Water shortage hits big business

Published on Jul 19, 2012 by

Big businesses are also affected by the drought and subsequent water shortage, especially those that need a lot of water to operate.

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Storms / Flooding / Tornadoes / Typhoon

Severe Thunderstorm Warning

 

BISMARCK ND




Flash Flood Watch

 

BALTIMORE MD/WASHINGTON DC
STATE COLLEGE PA
NEW ORLEANS LA
JACKSON KY
SPOKANE WA
PENDLETON OR
MISSOULA MT
TAMPA BAY AREA - RUSKIN FL
LAKE CHARLES LA




Flood Advisory

 

NASHVILLE TN
BISMARCK ND
SPOKANE WA
NASHVILLE TN

Saskatchewan Mayhem!! 5 tornadoes in Canada!

Published on Jul 19, 2012 by

Storm chaser Greg Johnson documented 5 incredible tornadoes in central Saskatchewan near Wadena. The storms that produced these tornadoes passed over Greg’s family farm near Lintlaw, Saskatchewan. Fortunately there were no injuries and the damage was minimal.

This video was streamed live at http://live.TVNweather.com.

Typhoon Khanun sweeps across Korea, 1 dead

The entrance to the Cheonggyecheon stream in central Seoul is blocked on Thursday morning after typhoon Khanun hit the nation. Typhoon Khanun dumped heavy rains on the nation on Thursday morning, leaving one dead, tens of thousands of households without electricity and major transportation systems at a halt before it subsided in the afternoon. — PHOTO: THE KOREA HERALD/ASIA NEWS NETWORK

(THE KOREA HERALD/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) – Typhoon Khanun dumped heavy rains on the nation on Thursday morning, leaving one dead, tens of thousands of households without electricity and major transportation systems at a halt before it subsided in the afternoon.

The government said that the first tropical storm of this year left less-than-feared damage.

The Korean Meteorological Administration cleared most of the typhoon alerts and warnings nationwide as of 1pm (12pm Singapore time).

The state weather agency said that the typhoon reached Korea on Wednesday where it lost its power and turned into an extratropical cyclone in the seas off Sokcho, Gangwon Province. Still, torrential downpours and strong winds were expected to continue until late Thursday night in some parts of the country, it said.

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Radiation /  Nuclear

 

“High neutron flux” causes shutdown at New York nuke plant — “Neutrons are not equally spread around reactor core”

 

 

Title: Nine Mile Point Unit 1 shuts down
Source: The Post-Standard
Author: Debra J. Groom
Date: July 17, 2012

Officials with Constellation Energy Nuclear Group, the plant’s owner, originally thought the turbine that spins to make electricity had tripped. But the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said late Tuesday the shutdown was due to a high neutron flux in the plant’s reactor.

The cause of the condition is still under review.

[…]

Title: Four U.S. power reactors shut & NYC sweats during heat wave
Source: Reuters
Date: July 18, 2012

Constellation Nuclear Energy Group’s 630-megawatt Nine Mile Point 1 nuclear reactor in New York automatically shut on Tuesday due to high neutron flux — meaning neutrons are not equally spread around the reactor core.

Title: NRC: Event Notification Report for July 18, 2012
Source: Nuclear Regulatory Commission
Date: July 18, 2012

Facility: NINE MILE POINT
Region: 1 State: NY
Event Date: 07/17/2012
Event Time: 11:18 [EDT]

[…]

AUTOMATIC REACTOR SCRAM DUE TO HIGH NEUTRON FLUX

“On July 17 2012, at 1118 [EDT], Nine Mile Point Unit 1 experienced an automatic reactor scram due to high neutron flux as measured by the Average Power Range Monitoring system. The cause is currently under investigation.

[…]

 

 

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Epidemic Hazards / Diseases

 

 

S.Leone cholera outbreak kills 62 in less than a month

(AFP) – 1 day ago

FREETOWN — Sierra Leone’s health ministry on Wednesday said an outbreak of cholera in the west African country has killed 62 people in less than a month.

The western area, including the capital Freetown, and “three towns in the northern and southern parts of the country have now been declared cholera outbreak areas”, said a ministry statement.

“Emergency referral centres have been set up and hospitals and health clinics have been boosted with drugs to combat any escalation of the problem.”

Between June 23 and Tuesday, 62 people have died and 3,721 cases have been reported in the areas concerned, statistics showed.

The highest number of cases was in the town of Port Loko, where 21 children under the age of five have died.

“The outbreak has been traced to unsanitary conditions, acute water shortages in many parts of the country and migration from affected regions,” a health official said.

The Sierra Leone Red Cross has mobilised some 400 volunteers to control the spread of the disease and educate communities on how to prevent it.

A recent report by the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said the disease had also spread to neighbouring Guinea.

As the annual rainy season is getting underway, the water-borne disease has already left some 700 people dead in West and Central Africa with more than 29,000 cases reported, UNICEF said last week.

Mali and Niger have also been hard hit, with high levels of malnourishment as a result of a food crisis exacerbating the problem.

Poor water and sanitation systems give rise to the disease, an acute intestinal infection caused by ingesting contaminated food and water which causes acute diarrhea and vomiting and can kill in hours, according to the World Health Organisation.

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Climate Change

Nasa satellite pictures show massive iceberg breaking free from glacier

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Solar Activity

2MIN News July 19, 2012: Radiation Storm

Published on Jul 19, 2012 by

Thanks to everyone who shares info and articles with this community… your efforts help us all.

TODAYS LINKS
Dead Baby Crabs: http://www.inquisitr.com/278396/thousands-of-mystery-crabs-wash-ashore-in-haw…
Nuke Plant: http://enenews.com/high-neutron-flux-causes-shutdown-at-new-york-nuke-plant-n… and http://www.mcall.com/news/nationworld/pennsylvania/mc-limerick-nuclear-power-…
Death Valley: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/smartnews/2012/07/at-107f-death-valley-sets-r… [Thanks MrDaveJ420]
UFO Files: http://ufos.nationalarchives.gov.uk/ [Thanks p2sharri]

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]

NOAA ENLIL SPIRAL: http://www.swpc.noaa.gov/wsa-enlil/cme-based/ [CME Evolution]

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

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

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]

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!]

  ALMOST X-FLARE :

Sunspot complex AR1520-1521 erupted again on July 19th, this time producing an M7-class solar flare that almost crossed the threshold into X-territory. NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory recorded the extreme ultraviolet flash: The explosion produced a bright coronal mass ejection: movie. The cloud should miss Earth. Although the explosion occurred on the other side of the sun’s western limb, our planet could feel some effects. The blast site is magnetically connected to Earth by backward-spiraling lines of magnetic force. Protons accelerated by the flare are being guided to us by those lines of magnetism, and a mild radiation storm is underway.  

 

 

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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
(2008 OX1) 20th July 2012 0 day(s) 0.1873 72.9 130 m – 300 m 15.35 km/s 55260 km/h
(2010 GK65) 21st July 2012 1 day(s) 0.1696 66.0 34 m – 75 m 17.80 km/s 64080 km/h
(2011 OJ45) 21st July 2012 1 day(s) 0.1367 53.2 18 m – 39 m 3.79 km/s 13644 km/h
153958 (2002 AM31) 22nd July 2012 2 day(s) 0.0351 13.7 630 m – 1.4 km 9.55 km/s 34380 km/h
(2011 CA7) 23rd July 2012 3 day(s) 0.1492 58.1 2.3 m – 5.1 m 5.43 km/s 19548 km/h
(2012 BB124) 24th July 2012 4 day(s) 0.1610 62.7 170 m – 380 m 8.78 km/s 31608 km/h
(2009 PC) 28th July 2012 8 day(s) 0.1772 68.9 61 m – 140 m 7.34 km/s 26424 km/h
217013 (2001 AA50) 31st July 2012 11 day(s) 0.1355 52.7 580 m – 1.3 km 22.15 km/s 79740 km/h
(2012 DS30) 02nd August 2012 13 day(s) 0.1224 47.6 18 m – 39 m 5.39 km/s 19404 km/h
(2000 RN77) 03rd August 2012 14 day(s) 0.1955 76.1 410 m – 920 m 9.87 km/s 35532 km/h
(2004 SB56) 04th August 2012 15 day(s) 0.1393 54.2 380 m – 840 m 13.72 km/s 49392 km/h
(2000 SD8) 04th August 2012 15 day(s) 0.1675 65.2 180 m – 400 m 5.82 km/s 20952 km/h
(2006 EC) 06th August 2012 17 day(s) 0.0932 36.3 13 m – 28 m 6.13 km/s 22068 km/h
(2006 MV1) 07th August 2012 18 day(s) 0.0612 23.8 12 m – 28 m 4.79 km/s 17244 km/h
(2005 RK3) 08th August 2012 19 day(s) 0.1843 71.7 52 m – 120 m 8.27 km/s 29772 km/h
(2009 BW2) 09th August 2012 20 day(s) 0.0337 13.1 25 m – 56 m 5.27 km/s 18972 km/h
277475 (2005 WK4) 09th August 2012 20 day(s) 0.1283 49.9 260 m – 580 m 6.18 km/s 22248 km/h
(2004 SC56) 09th August 2012 20 day(s) 0.0811 31.6 74 m – 170 m 10.57 km/s 38052 km/h
(2008 AF4) 10th August 2012 21 day(s) 0.1936 75.3 310 m – 690 m 16.05 km/s 57780 km/h
37655 Illapa 12th August 2012 23 day(s) 0.0951 37.0 770 m – 1.7 km 28.73 km/s 103428 km/h
(2012 HS15) 14th August 2012 25 day(s) 0.1803 70.2 220 m – 490 m 11.54 km/s 41544 km/h
4581 Asclepius 16th August 2012 27 day(s) 0.1079 42.0 220 m – 490 m 13.48 km/s 48528 km/h
(2008 TC4) 18th August 2012 29 day(s) 0.1937 75.4 140 m – 300 m 17.34 km/s 62424 km/h
1 AU = ~150 million kilometers,1 LD = Lunar Distance = ~384,000 kilometers Source: NASA-NEO

 

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Biological Hazards / Wildlife

 

Today Epidemic Hazard India State of Gujarat, [Vadodara Region] Damage level
Details

 

Epidemic Hazard in India on Friday, 20 July, 2012 at 03:30 (03:30 AM) UTC.

Description
Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF) has claimed seven lives in Gujarat. And according to the state government, about 18 people have been affected by CCHF. Replying to a question from Vadodara City MLA Bhupendra Lakhawala, the government said that after an incubation period of one to three days following a tick bite, flu-like symptoms appear, which may resolve in a week. In up to 75 per cent of cases, however, signs of hemorrhage appear three to five days after the onset of the illness if it is not contained properly. Officials said that symptoms characterizing the initial stage of CCHF include mood instability, agitation, and mental confusion. Other signs are nosebleed, bloody urine vomiting, and black stools. Liver becomes swollen and painful. Kidney failure and shock may occur, and sometimes acute respiratory distress syndrome is seen among CCHF patients. Recovery usually begins nine days after the appearance of symptoms. But in 30 per cent of cases, patients die in the second week of illness. The government’s reply stated that mammal and tick infection was common in sites of agriculture. Farm animals needed to be de-ticked before they are transported or delivered for slaughter. The government said that personal tick-avoidance measures had been recommended, such as the use of insect repellents, adequate clothing and body inspection for adherent ticks. The government said that the animal husbandry department had been roped in for implementing precautionary measures in areas where tick infestation had been reported. Areas where CCHF cases are reported are being thoroughly checked and made free of tick infestation, the government said. The government also said that a meeting involving private hospitals had been held. The meeting was chaired by health minister Jay Narayan Vyas.
Biohazard name: Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever (CCHF)
Biohazard level: 4/4 Hazardous
Biohazard desc.: Viruses and bacteria that cause severe to fatal disease in humans, and for which vaccines or other treatments are not available, such as Bolivian and Argentine hemorrhagic fevers, H5N1(bird flu), Dengue hemorrhagic fever, Marburg virus, Ebola virus, hantaviruses, Lassa fever, Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever, and other hemorrhagic or unidentified diseases. When dealing with biological hazards at this level the use of a Hazmat suit and a self-contained oxygen supply is mandatory. The entrance and exit of a Level Four biolab will contain multiple showers, a vacuum room, an ultraviolet light room, autonomous detection system, and other safety precautions designed to destroy all traces of the biohazard. Multiple airlocks are employed and are electronically secured to prevent both doors opening at the same time. All air and water service going to and coming from a Biosafety Level 4 (P4) lab will undergo similar decontamination procedures to eliminate the possibility of an accidental release.
Symptoms:
Status: confirmed

 

 

Today Biological Hazard Ireland Multiple areas, [Between north Galway and north Donegal] Damage level
Details

 

Biological Hazard in Ireland on Friday, 20 July, 2012 at 03:26 (03:26 AM) UTC.

Description
The algal bloom identified off the west coast is continuing to kill fish and shellfish in significant concentrations from north Galway to north Donegal. Up to 80 per cent of stock has been affected on some oyster farms in Donegal, and it is also having a negative impact on sea angling tourism, the Marine Institute has confirmed. The bloom is caused by Karenia mikimotoi, a phytoplankton of the dinoflagellate group which caused a red tide in 2005 that killed wild fish and shellfish. Samples of this new bloom, first detected in May, are being collected for Marine Institute monitoring by the Irish Coast Guard search and rescue helicopters. Marine Institute phytoplankton expert Joe Silke said the bloom was naturally occurring. It was not associated with pollution but contained a “toxic irritant” that damaged gills of shellfish, fish and invertebrates. Irish Farmers’ Association fish farm section chief executive Richie Flynn said if there was a “properly functioning” licensing system in place, farmers could take measures to move stock when such blooms occurred.
Biohazard name: Red Tide
Biohazard level: 0/4 —
Biohazard desc.: This does not included biological hazard category.
Symptoms:
Status:

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Thousand small fish found dead in Kasumi river Tokyo

Posted by Mochizuki

Fukushima Diary

Related to this article..10 thousand sardines found dead in South Kanagawa

On 7/17/2012, around one thousand of small fish such as Japanese dace were found dead for 500m of Kasumi river Aoume city Tokyo.
A citizen reported it to the city office at 17:15 of 7/17/2012.
According to their water-quality test, oxygen concentration is normal, chlorine or cyanogen were not detected.
Tokyo metropolitan government is going to check if a factory dumped waste water or agricultural chemical in the upper stream.

Last November, about 5000 of small fish such as Japanese dace were found dead at the same location too, but they could not identify the cause either.

H7N3 Control Measures Expand

MEXICO – The National Health, Food Safety and Food Quality Service (SENASICA) reported that as a result of the implementation of the National Animal Health Emergency Plan to contain and eradicate the outbreak of H7N3 avian influenza in Jalisco state, they have inspected 253 poultry farms, in 82 of which there was no presence of viruses, another 33 where the virus was confirmed, while the rest continue to be diagnosed. Senior editor, Chris Wright, reports.

SENASICA’s report, with information updated on 16 July, indicates that the 82 poultry farms which do not have the presence of exotic viruses have been issued an official certificate to allow them to move their products to market, since they do not represent a risk to poultry or consumers.

The farms that have confirmed the H7N3 avian influenza virus remain under quarantine and isolation, in order to control movement and prevent live birds, waste and litter from moving to virus-free regions.

SENASICA will keep the Emergency Plan in place on commercial farms and backyard poultry in the Los Altos region of Jalisco state, mainly in the towns of Acatic and Tepatitlan, with a flock of 16.5 million birds, primarily egg layers, of which 9.3 million are found within the surveillance area.

It has also expanded the scope of review into areas adjacent to the initial quarantine area in order to protect the birds in the buffer zone. As a method of control and eradication of the virus, 3.8 million birds have been depopulated under stringent animal health protocols established by international organizations.

This measure allows the containment of the virus in the area, said SENASICA.

They currently operate eight internal checkpoints and have increased to 43 the number of experts in the region carrying out the tasks of diagnosis, prevention, control and eradication of the virus.

SENASICA reiterates that the H7N3 influenza virus poses no risk to humans, whether they are in contact with birds or poultry products, such as meat and eggs, and that the control measures are intended to protect the commercial poultry production in the area.

National vaccine strategy in place

SENASICA conducted a working meeting with laboratories in the veterinary pharmaceutical industry involved in the production of H7N3 avian influenza vaccine to contain the H7N3 outbreak.

It was confirmed that three laboratories – Avimex, IASA and Ceva – will manufacture in Mexico some 80 million doses of the vaccine. Those will be available later this month to protect a population, initially, of 40 million birds. The production capacity of those companies may reach 350 million doses per month.

Domestic production of the vaccine is made from an H7N3 virus collected in 2006 by Mexican researchers from a wild migratory duck. When the current outbreak started, at the end of June, the duck virus was studied, finding that it could be used as vaccine seed and a pilot vaccine was prepared.

Earlier in the week, Merial Mexico indicated that the company is manufacturing 12 million doses of the vaccine in the European Union. These will be available for the Mexican poultry sector between late July and the first half of August.

 

Thousands Of Mystery Crabs Wash Ashore In Hawaii – Marine Biologists Baffled

 

mystery-crabs-hawaiiMillions of small purple crabs washed ashore on beaches in Hawaii, baffling marine biologists who cannot identify the pea-sized creatures. The crab-like visitors in Honolulu are possibly ’7-11′ or reef crabs in a larvae stage but local scientists are still unable to positively identify the creatures, WTVR reports. Reef crabs are common along the Hawaiian island but biologists readily admit to never having seen “anything like this” before and are searching for answers to the tiny purple crabs identity and their recent massive arrival by the thousands of the small animals on the beach.

Unfortunately many of the little purple crabs which washed ashore in Hawaii were already dead. Marine experts at the Waikiki Aquarium told Hawaii News Now that storms, influx of warm or cold water or pollution could have caused the arrival of the thousands of small purple crabs on the beach – but the Hawaiian islands have not experienced any of the three scenarios recently.

“If it was pollution it would have affected other species as well. So we really don’t know,” Waikiki Aquarium Director Dr. Andrew Rossiter told Hawaii New Now.

Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources speculate that air bubbles which occur when the “seas get rough” could have gotten caught in the crab’s shell, prohibiting them from diving to get away from the tides, according to Hawaii News Now.

The dead crabs can grow to an six inches across if the are truly young Reef crabs, but the thousands of little dead purple crabs were less than an inch long when found.

Watch Video here

 

 

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