SEISMICITY PATTERN SET TO CHANGE

 

EARTHQUAKE SUMMARY FOR OCTOBER 29, 2014

 

Global seismicity and the  geomagnetic field were both at quiet conditions today for the first time in several weeks.  The AP level was 9.  High latitude AP was also quiet with AP 8. This concludes the most disturbed the geomagnetic field has been since September 12, 2014 when AP reached 44. Global seismicity has been low during this entire period of geomagnetic disturbance. In the past two weeks since this disturbance began on October 14, there has been only one earthquake of M>=6 - a M 6.1 in Tonga/Samoa on October 28 which was directly triggered by an X2.0 solar flare. As earthquakes of M>=6 normally occur about one every 1-2 days, this is a long quiet period. This summary has long argued that one of the prime triggers for larger earthquakes are induced telluric currents induced from firmly established ionospheric ring currents. These cannot take hold while the earth is being bombarded by strong solar winds from major solar flares and CMEs. These events prevent the formation of such currents but add electrons to the system. Once the solar activity dies down, the electrons can begin to reform the ionospheric currents. This normally appears to take several days after the end of a major solar activity period. When this occurs telluric currents can be induced beneath them, and these may trigger some seismic activity. As this appears to be the end of the geomagnetic storm, the seismic watch begins today (October 30) and lasts through November 4 with the strongest events most likely towards the end of this period. This watch is based on expected triggering of seismic activity by induced telluric currents from ionospheric ring currents. The most likely areas to see increased seismicity during this period will be 10-15 degrees either side of the geomagnetic equator and at auroral high latitudes.

 

Two meteorological storms also appear set to trigger some regional seismicity. off southern Pakistan, Tropical cyclone Nilofar continued in the Indian Ocean east of Yemen today with winds up to 75 kts. It is expected to track to the north reaching Pakistan as a strong storm around November 2 although this storm is dissipating and may not make landfall as a strong storm. A moderate to large earthquake in Pakistan could accompany this landfall. Seismic activity may occur as far north as Hindu Kush and northern  India on strike-slip faults in the region. A preliminary seismic watch will take effect in the region beginning on October 31 and lasting for four days thereafter. This will depend on the timing of a landfall event if it occurs with strong winds. Up to 30,000 residents near Gujarat are being evacuated to safer locales as Nilofar approaches the region.

 

A set of two or three low pressure systems also appears set to converge off the east coast of North America around November 2. This could set up as a nor'easter if this convergence occurs. A strong storm tracking northeasterly along the coast could induce motion in the North American plate which could trigger a moderate to strong earthquake along the western boundary of the plate with the subducting Pacific plate. In the past such systems have occasionally promoted major earthquakes such as the Queen Charlotte Islands earthquake of M 7.7, the second largest ever to hit Canada which occurred the same day as Hurricane

Sandy devastated portions of New Jersey and New York. Do not look for a repeat of such a large quake with the current weather pattern as it is not set to hit North America in such an unusual path. But a moderate earthquake along the California coast is overdue and cannot be ruled out under the circumstances.

The remnants of Hurricane Ana also should be arriving in the area of Vancouver and British Columbia about the same time (November 1-2) and the combination of the effects could lead to a moderate quake in the area from Washington north to southeastern Alaska.

 

Some activity may already be beginning along the geomagnetic equator. Earthquakes of M 4.5-4.9 occurred directly on the geomagnetic equator in the regions of Guam and Peru today. The largest earthquakes of the day - of M 5.1-5.3 in New Britain occurred 10 degrees south of the geomagnetic equator.

 

NEIC reported the earthquake of M 4.7 in Guam was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Tamuning, Dededo, Barrigada, Yona, Santa Rita, Asan, Mangilao, Mongmong, Agat, Yigo and Talofofo, Guam. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. Residents flocked to social media sites to discuss their experiences in this earthquake. Forecast 84013 had expected this event within about 100 km of the epicenter to occur around November 1.

 

O: 29OCT2014 11:01:41  13.1N  145.1E mb=4.7  EMS GUAM REGION                     

P:  1NOV2014 84013     14.0N  146.0E 4.0-5.6 AAAAA  So. Marianas/Guam          

 

O: 29OCT2014 16:28:03   5.9S  148.7E Mw=5.1  EMS NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.      

O: 29OCT2014 16:28:04   5.9S  148.7E ML=5.2  NEIC   New Ireland

O: 29OCT2014 21:14:54   5.9S  148.7E ML=5.2  NEIC   New Ireland

O: 29OCT2014 21:14:55   6.0S  148.7E MB=5.2  EMS NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.      

P: 29OCT2014 83701      6.0S  149.0E 4.0-5.8 AAAAA  New Ireland                

 

IGP reported the earthquake an Peru was felt with intensity III in Carumas and II in Calacoa and Toquepala, Peru.

 

O: 29OCT2014 05:14     16.8S   70.5W mb=4.1  IGP    Carumas, II Calacoa, Toquepala

O: 29OCT2014 05:14:24  16.8S   70.6W mb=4.6  EMS SOUTHERN PERU                   

O: 29OCT2014 05:14:24  16.9S   70.7W ML=4.6  NEIC   So. Peru/Bolivia

P: 29OCT2014 83910     16.0S   71.0W 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  So. Peru/Bolivia           

 

Lava continued to flow into Pahoa, Hawaii from the eruption of Kilauea today. It is moving slowly and sometimes not moving at all  but evacuations are underway and it appears likely that eventually the town will be consumed in the lava. The volcanic eruptions in Iceland are also continuing with the largest today an M 3.3 and the strongest yesterday of M 5.1. Geothermal heat is also increasing and cauldrons some reaching 82 feet in depth are continuing to deepen. The largest is 8 km wide.

 

O: 29OCT2014 05:23:40  64.4N   18.0W mb=4.6  EMS ICELAND                         

O: 29OCT2014 05:23:37  63.5N   19.9W ML=4.7  NEIC   Iceland area

O: 30OCT2014 02:08:02  64.5N   17.9W ML=4.5  NEIC   Iceland area

O: 30OCT2014 05:23:21  64.6N   17.3W ML=4.5  NEIC   Iceland area

O: 29OCT2014 16:09:22  64.6N   17.8W mb=4.2  EMS ICELAND                         

O: 30OCT2014 02:08:02  64.6N   17.8W mb=4.3  EMS ICELAND                         

P:  3NOV2014 84166     64.0N   17.0W 3.0-4.6 AAAAA  Iceland area               

 

A pair of moderate earthquakes also hit southwest of Iceland on the Reykjanes Ridge in the North Atlantic today with M 4.4 and 4.5. Forecast 83879 had expected these within about 50 km of this epicenter to occur in late October.

 

O: 29OCT2014 15:50:44  59.4N   30.3W mb=4.5  EMS REYKJANES RIDGE                 

O: 29OCT2014 14:04:07  59.6N   30.2W ML=4.5  NEIC   North Mid-Atlantic Ridge

O: 29OCT2014 14:04:08  59.6N   30.1W mb=4.4  EMS REYKJANES RIDGE                  

P: 20OCT2014 83879     59.0N   30.0W 4.0-6.0 CAAAA  North Mid-Atlantic Ridge   

 

The largest earthquake in the U.S. today again occurred in the Andreanof Islands, an area which has been active over the past several days and may be due for a larger moderate to large earthquake. This is a remote area and this event of M 4.8 was not reported felt. Forecast 84138 expected it to occur around November 2.

 

O: 30OCT2014 05:33:58  52.8N  174.1W mb=4.8  EMS ANDREANOF ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN IS. 

P:  2NOV2014 84138     51.7N  175.0W 3.5-5.0 BAAAA  Andreanoff Isls, Aleutians 

 

The most unusual earthquake of the day occurred in northern Germany.  EMSC reported this earthquake was felt moderately as a sharp long jolt in Griesheim, Darmstadt, Riedstadt, Muhltal, Seeheim-Jegenheim, Ober-Ramstadt. Rosdorf, Gros-Zimmern, Germany. The last earthquakes of M>=3.7 in this area within 150 km of this epicenter occurred on May 17, 2014 with M 4.1 near the same epicenter and on September 8, 2011 with M 4.4 about 200 km northwest of this. Forecast 83878 expected a moderate earthquake in this area was likely around October 29.

 

O: 29OCT2014 17:23:54  49.8N    8.6E ML=3.7  EMS GERMANY                         

P: 29OCT2014 83878     52.0N    7.0E 3.0-4.4 ACAAA  Netherlands/Belgium        

 

OTHER GLOBAL EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY

 

For most events there are two listings. The first line is the observed event starting with "O:" for Observed. There follows the date, month and year, the time in UT hours:minutes:seconds, the latitude and longitude, the given magnitude and the reporting agency followed by the geographic location. The second line starts with "P:" This is the forecast event as forecast in our summaries normally more than a month in advance. Magnitudes may vary in response to updated seismic watches and daily variations due to tidal and other influences. This line has the forecast date, month and year, the forecast number, latitude, longitude and forecast magnitude range.  This is followed by a comparison between the forecast and the event. The comparison includes letters A-D. The first is number of days difference from predicted (A:up to 2, B3-5; C:6-10; D:more than 10), Difference in latitude (A:up to 1 degree; B:1-2 degrees; C:2-4 degrees; D:more than 4 degrees); longitude (same comparison as with latitude); magnitude (A: within forecast range; B: higher than forecast range; C: lower than forecast range; D: no comparison possible). The last letter is a stand in for a future comparison which needs to be done statistically after a large number of forecasts have been made. In previous data, an excellent match is generally AAAAA; a good match as one or two B's; a fair match has several B's and C's and a poor match is one which contains a number of C's or D's. 

 

ASIA

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Asia today.

 

INDONESIA AND PHILIPPINES

 

O: 30OCT2014 00:02:27   2.0N   97.8E mb=4.7  EMS NORTHERN SUMATRA, INDONESIA     

P:  2NOV2014 83966      2.0N   97.0E 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  Nicobar Islands            

 

O: 29OCT2014 11:12:34   3.7S  138.3E mb=4.6  EMS PAPUA, INDONESIA                

P: 21OCT2014 83712      5.0S  138.0E 4.0-5.6 CBAAA  West Irian, PNG            

 

O: 29OCT2014 11:01:41  13.1N  145.1E mb=4.7  EMS GUAM REGION                     

P:  1NOV2014 84013     14.0N  146.0E 4.0-5.6 AAAAA  So. Marianas/Guam          

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Indonesia or the Philippines today.

 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

 

O: 29OCT2014 05:14     18.8S   70.5W mb=4.1  IGP    Carumas, II Calacoa, Toquepala

P: 28OCT2014 83919     20.0S   70.0W 4.0-5.4 ABAAA  Coast No. Chile            

 

O: 29OCT2014 14:52:22   0.9N   77.8W mb=4.6  EMS COLOMBIA-ECUADOR BORDER REGION  

P:  5NOV2014 83960      0.0N   78.0W 4.0-5.4 CAAAA  Ecuador                    

 

O: 29OCT2014 13:22:45   6.0N   82.6W Mw=5.0  EMS SOUTH OF PANAMA                 

P: 25OCT2014 83683      5.0N   83.0W 3.5-4.9 BAAAA  Costa Rica                 

 

O: 29OCT2014 05:14:24  16.8S   70.6W mb=4.6  EMS SOUTHERN PERU                   

O: 29OCT2014 05:14:24  16.9S   70.7W ML=4.6  NEIC   So. Peru/Bolivia

P: 29OCT2014 83910     16.0S   71.0W 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  So. Peru/Bolivia           

 

O: 29OCT2014 15:50:27  18.2N   68.0W Md=3.2  EMS MONA PASSAGE, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

O: 29OCT2014 15:50:27  18.2N   68.1W ML=3.2  NEIC   Puerto Rico

P: 29OCT2014 83743     19.0N   67.0W 3.4-4.9 AAAAA  Puerto Rico                

 

O: 30OCT2014 01:01:46  19.3N   64.2W Md=3.3  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION           

O: 29OCT2014 14:33:03  18.9N   64.2W ML=3.3  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 15:03:14  19.0N   64.2W ML=2.7  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 30OCT2014 02:36:06  18.4N   64.3W Md=3.1  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 14:33:03  18.9N   64.1W MD=3.3  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 14:58:56  19.0N   64.1W MD=3.0  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 14:38:26  19.0N   64.1W MD=3.2  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 16:59:56  19.0N   64.2W MD=3.4  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 13:24:51  19.1N   64.2W MD=3.7  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 14:54:17  19.1N   64.2W Md=3.0  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 13:34:54  19.2N   64.2W MD=3.3  EMS VIRGIN ISLANDS REGION

O: 29OCT2014 14:58:56  19.1N   64.1W ML=3.0  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 14:54:17  19.1N   64.2W ML=3.0  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 14:38:26  19.1N   64.2W ML=3.2  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 16:59:56  19.1N   64.2W ML=3.4  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 13:24:51  19.1N   64.3W ML=3.7  NEIC   Leeward Islands

O: 29OCT2014 13:34:54  19.2N   64.2W ML=3.3  NEIC   Leeward Islands

P: 29OCT2014 83727     19.0N   64.0W 3.0-5.1 AAAAA  Leeward Islands            

 

O: 30OCT2014 02:23:33  19.6N   65.5W Md=3.4  EMS PUERTO RICO REGION              

P: 29OCT2014 83727     19.0N   65.0W 3.0-5.1 AAAAA  Leeward Islands             

 

 

O: 29OCT2014 09:22:06  15.2N   92.0W ML=3.6  UNAM   NORESTE de CACAHOATAN, CHIS  

O: 29OCT2014 04:33:44  14.2N   92.3W ML=3.7  UNAM   SUR de CD HIDALGO, CHIS      

O: 29OCT2014 00:40:44  14.6N   92.7W ML=3.5  UNAM   OESTE de CD HIDALGO, CHIS     

P: 29OCT2014 83723     15.0N   92.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Guatemala                  

 

O: 29OCT2014 00:57:31  16.7N   94.7W ML=3.8  UNAM   NORESTE de UNION HIDALGO, OAX

O: 29OCT2014 02:07:47  17.1N   95.3W ML=3.8  UNAM   NOROESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX

P: 29OCT2014 83719     17.0N   95.0W 3.5-5.2 AAAAA  Chiapas, Mexico            

 

O: 29OCT2014 00:30:37  16.2N   98.0W ML=3.6  UNAM   SURESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL,

O: 29OCT2014 00:40:07  16.2N   98.1W ML=3.8  UNAM   SUR de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX

O: 29OCT2014 07:32:34  16.0N   98.3W ML=3.7  UNAM   SUROESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL,

O: 29OCT2014 02:11:13  16.0N   98.7W ML=3.6  UNAM   SUROESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL,

P: 29OCT2014 83740     17.0N   98.0W 3.5-5.2 AAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O: 29OCT2014 03:41:47  18.2N  100.3W ML=3.9  UNAM   SURESTE de ARCELIA, GRO      

P: 29OCT2014 83733     19.0N  102.0W 3.5-5.3 AAAAA  Michoacan, Mexico          

 

O: 29OCT2014 17:55:44  28.0N  112.1W ML=4.1  UNAM   NORTE de SANTA ROSALIA, BCS  

P: 29OCT2014 83750     28.0N  112.0W 3.5-5.0 AAAAA  Gulf of California         

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Central or South America today.

 

AFRICA AND EUROPE

 

O: 29OCT2014 05:51:41  39.4N   51.4E ML=3.5  EMS CASPIAN SEA                     

P: 20OCT2014 83832     40.0N   50.0E 4.0-5.4 CAAAA  Kazakhstan                 

 

O: 29OCT2014 17:23:54  49.8N    8.6E ML=3.7  EMS GERMANY                         

P: 29OCT2014 83878     52.0N    7.0E 3.0-4.4 ACAAA  Netherlands/Belgium        

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Europe today.

 

SOUTHWEST PACIFIC

 

O: 29OCT2014 16:28:03   5.9S  148.7E Mw=5.1  EMS NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.      

O: 29OCT2014 16:28:04   5.9S  148.7E ML=5.2  NEIC   New Ireland

O: 29OCT2014 21:14:54   5.9S  148.7E ML=5.2  NEIC   New Ireland

O: 29OCT2014 21:14:55   6.0S  148.7E MB=5.2  EMS NEW BRITAIN REGION, P.N.G.      

P: 29OCT2014 83701      6.0S  149.0E 4.0-5.8 AAAAA  New Ireland                

 

OCEAN RIDGES

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported on Ocean Ridges today.

 

NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA REGION

 

O: 29OCT2014 13:28:33  35.9S  178.0E mb=4.3  EMS OFF E. COAST OF N. ISLAND, N.Z. 

O: 29OCT2014 13:28:33  35.9S  178.7E ML=4.3  NEIC   North Island, N.Z.

P: 29OCT2014 83936     35.0S  179.0E 3.0-4.5 AAAAA  North Island, N.Z.         

 

JAPAN AND KURIL ISLANDS

 

O: 29OCT2014 07:29:48  41.3N  142.1E ML=4.4  GSR   Hokkaido, Japan  region       

P: 27OCT2014 83830     41.0N  143.0E 3.5-5.4 AAAAA  Hokkaido, Japan            

 

U.S./CANADA*

 

WESTERN U.S./CANADA

 

CALIFORNIA

 

O: 29OCT2014 16:21:02  31.5N  115.6W ML=2.7  EMS BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO         

P:  1NOV2014 84066     31.9N  116.3W 2.5-4.9 AAAAA  So. California             

P: 27OCT2014 83799     32.4N  115.8W 2.5-5.2 AAAAA  So. California             

 

O: 29OCT2014 19:04:29  35.5N  121.3W MD=2.6  EMS OFFSHORE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA     

O: 29OCT2014 19:04:29  35.5N  121.3W ML=2.6  NCSN    San Simeon, CA

P: 29OCT2014 83795     35.6N  121.3W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  Off So. California          

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.6 offshore central California may have been  felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of San Francisco, California.

 

O: 29OCT2014 06:16:39  36.1N  117.4W ML=2.4  NEIC   California/Nevada area

O: 30OCT2014 05:38:42  35.9N  117.3W ML=2.3  NCSN    Trona, CA

O: 29OCT2014 06:16:39  36.1N  117.3W ML=2.4  EMS CENTRAL CALIFORNIA              

P: 28OCT2014 83768     36.7N  117.2W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  California/Nevada area     

 

O: 29OCT2014 16:31:18  38.2N  122.3W MD=2.6  EMS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA             

O: 29OCT2014 16:31:18  38.2N  122.4W ML=2.7  NCSN    Napa, CA

O: 29OCT2014 16:31:18  38.2N  122.4W ML=2.7  NEIC   Central California

P: 22OCT2014 83773     38.0N  122.3W 2.5-4.4 CAAAA  Central California         

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.6 in Northern California was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of American Canyon, Fairfield, Napa and Sonoma, California.

 

O: 29OCT2014 04:36:35  38.8N  122.8W Mw=3.6  EMS NORTHERN CALIFORNIA             

O: 29OCT2014 13:55:35  38.5N  122.9W ML=2.0  NCSN    Forestville, CA

O: 29OCT2014 13:55:35  38.5N  122.9W ML=2.0  NEIC   Central California

O: 29OCT2014 04:36:35  38.8N  122.8W ML=3.6  NEIC   Central California

P:  4NOV2014 84037     38.8N  122.8W 2.5-4.6 BAAAA  Central California         

P: 28OCT2014 83774     39.4N  123.3W 2.5-4.5 AAAAA  Central California         

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 3.6 in the Geysers, California was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of San Francisco, Calistoga, Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Cloverdale, Geyserville, Healdsburg, Kelseyville, Middletown, Sebastopol and Sonoma, California.

 

 

O: 29OCT2014 20:23:25  37.4N  118.6W ML=2.2  NEIC   California/Nevada area       

O: 29OCT2014 20:23:25  37.4N  118.6W ML=2.2  NCSN   

Toms Place

, CA

O: 29OCT2014 19:46:52  37.5N  118.8W ML=2.1  NCSN   

Toms Place

, CA

O: 29OCT2014 19:46:52  37.5N  118.8W ML=2.1  NEIC   California/Nevada area       

P: 27OCT2014 83769     37.5N  118.6W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  California/Nevada area     

 

O: 30OCT2014 05:38:23  36.0N  116.1W ML=2.8  NCSN    Shoshone, CA                

P:  5NOV2014 84072     35.5N  116.4W 2.5-4.4 BAAAA  So. California             

 

ALASKA

 

No events of M>=3 were located in Alaska today.

 

PACIFIC NORTHWESTERN U.S./WESTERN CANADA

 

No events of M>=2 were located in the northwestern U.S. or western Canada today.

 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS REGION

 

O: 29OCT2014 20:36:59  44.3N  110.7W ML=2.4  NEIC   Yellowstone/Wyoming          

O: 29OCT2014 21:55:06  44.2N  110.7W ML=2.7  UUSN     Warm River, ID

O: 29OCT2014 20:36:59  44.3N  110.7W ML=2.4  UUSN     Warm River, ID

P: 28OCT2014 83866     44.8N  111.9W 2.0-4.0 AAAAA  Yellowstone/Wyoming        

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.7 in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming may have been felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Midwest, Wyoming.

 

EASTERN U.S./CANADA

 

Several more earthquakes ocurred in Oklahoma and Kansas today. NEIC reported an earthquake of M 2.4 in Oklahoma was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Stillwater, OK; an M 3.3 was felt with intensity IV in Guthrie and II-III in Tecumseh, Stillwater, Lawton, Oklahoma City, Edmond, Oklahoma. An earthquake of M 2.6 in Kansas may have been felt lightly in the epicentral area near Bluff City.

 

O: 29OCT2014 16:10:44  35.7N   97.5W ML=2.6  EMS OKLAHOMA                        

O: 29OCT2014 16:53:31  35.7N   97.5W ML=3.3  CESN   Cedar Valley, OK 

O: 29OCT2014 16:10:44  35.7N   97.5W ML=2.6  CESN   Cedar Valley, OK 

O: 29OCT2014 11:45:01  36.1N   97.0W ML=2.4  CESN   Glencoe, OK 

O: 29OCT2014 19:04:29  35.5N  121.3W ML=2.6  NEIC   Off So. California

O: 29OCT2014 16:10:44  35.7N   97.5W ML=2.6  NEIC   Southern Plains

O: 29OCT2014 16:53:31  35.7N   97.5W ML=3.3  NEIC   Southern Plains

O: 29OCT2014 16:53:31  35.7N   97.5W ML=3.3  EMS OKLAHOMA                        

P:  1NOV2014 84083     36.0N   97.0W 2.0-4.1 AAAAA  Southern Plains            

 

O: 29OCT2014 11:45:01  36.1N   97.0W ML=2.4  EMS OKLAHOMA                        

O: 29OCT2014 11:45:01  36.1N   97.0W ML=2.4  NEIC   Southern Plains

P:  1NOV2014 84083     36.0N   97.0W 2.0-4.1 AAAAA  Southern Plains            

 

O: 30OCT2014 03:09:23  37.1N   97.9W mb=2.6  EMS KANSAS                          

O: 30OCT2014 03:09:23  37.1N   97.9W ML=2.6  CESN   Bluff City, KS 

O: 30OCT2014 03:09:23  37.1N   97.9W ML=2.6  NEIC   Southern Plains

O: 30OCT2014 03:09:23  37.1N   97.9W ML=2.6  NEIC   Southern Plains

P: 29OCT2014 83814     38.0N   99.0W 2.0-3.9 AAAAA  Southern Plains            

 

 

O: 29OCT2014 09:49:49  47.3N   66.3W ML=1.9  NRCA SW from  Bathurst,  NB         

O: 29OCT2014 09:10:49  47.3N   66.3W ML=0.1  NRCA SW from  Bathurst,  NB         

O: 29OCT2014 07:03:24  47.3N   66.3W ML=2.4  NRCA SW from  Bathurst,  NB         

P: 25OCT2014 83828     46.0N   66.0W 2.0-4.5 BBAAA  E. of Maine                

 

O: 28OCT2014 09:41:16  52.3N   89.1W ML=1.5  NRCA  W from  Lansdowne  House,  ON 

 

O: 28OCT2014 00:35:18  46.2N   75.1W ML=1.9  NRCA   W from  Labelle,  QC         

P:  3NOV2014 84113     47.0N   76.0W 2.0-3.9 BAAAA  New York State             

 

HAWAII

 

No earthquakes of M>=3 were located in Hawaii.