Saturday, January 7, 2017


Although we do not do Alaska, when it comes on our way like today we say a few words about it. Today we have had a small earthquake in Alaska, but there is a possibility we may get one more It is not unreasonable to expect an event in Alaska today at (59.1N, 156.2W) is an estimate of location later on within 6 or so hours
The Shumogin Magnetometer in Alaska is getting a nose dive.
 However Further East, in British Columbia we have Sitka magnetometer showing a real dive much bigger here, as below:
This may bring a bigger earthquake again 8-9 GMT, at (59.N, 134.1W) possibly. We will see if this materialises. Be Safe be Good!

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  1. A day later
    Magnitude Ml 3.0
    Date time 2017-01-08 07:52:34.7 UTC
    Location 60.31 N ; 152.03 W
    Depth 94 km
    Distances 2203 km NW of Vancouver, Canada / pop: 1,838,000 / local time: 23:52:34.7 2017-01-07
    931 km W of Whitehorse, Canada / pop: 23,300 / local time: 23:52:34.7 2017-01-07
    154 km SW of Anchorage, United States / pop: 292,000 / local time: 22:52:34.7 2017-01-07
    40 km W of Cohoe, United States / pop: 1,400 / local time: 22:52:34.7 2017-01-07