Global Earthquake update and overview — Americas, Europe, Asia, South Pacific.
The Canary Islands (Spain)
The number of daily earthquakes recorded on the smallest of the Canary Islands (Spain), El Hierro, has increased considerably in recent days. The total number of tremors recorded during the past five weeks has now exceeded 4200, according to the Instituto Geografico Nacional (IGN). The majority of the earth tremors range between 1 and 3 magnitude. More than 431 earthquakes, including one measuring 3.5 magnitude on the Richter Scale.
The vast majority of the tremors have been recorded in the northwest of the 278.5-square-kilometre island at El Golfo, the location of a massive landslide that created a 100-metre high tsunami almost 50,000 years ago. A giant piece of the island cracked off, crashed down into the ocean and scattered along the seabed. This landslide of more than 300km3 gave rise to the impressive amphitheatre of the El Golfo valley and at the same time caused a tsunami that most likely rose over 100 metres high and probably reached as far as the American coast. Read more at: irishweather
The Geophysical Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic says it has recorded almost 10,000 earthquakes during the last three days in West Bohemia, a region located close to the Czech Republic’s western border with Germany.
The earthquake swarm started late on Tuesday and continued through Friday. While many have gone unnoticed by the local population some of the larger tremors, including eight quakes exceeding 3 magnitude have been felt in the towns of Chemnitz, Karlovy Vary, Birch, and Luby. Read more at: irisweather
The Appalachian Mountains
Quakes & Tsunami Report, Revised Aug 30, 2011 by Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
Five Great Quakes to rock the US East Coast between September 4 and 10. A satellite photo map of the Five Great Quakes, with push pins identifying the e picenter of each one.
Richard Boylan: Here is specific data obtained from my psychic future-reading of the energy signature of each Quake. This will be followed by a few overall comments about potential impacts, and about Mother Earth’s intentions.
Great Quake 1: Sunday, Sept. 4, magnitude 8.1. Epicenter* around Taylorsville, North Carolina 28681. ,GPS coordinates: 35 degrees, 52′, 21.34″ North Latitude; 81 degrees, 11′, 28.26″ West Longitude. (This is 55 miles west-southwest of Winston-Salem, NC, and 140 mi. W of Raleigh, NC. The epicenter is also 280 miles WSW of Naval Station Norfolk, VA; and 300 miles SW of Washington, DC.)
Great Quake 2: Monday, Sept. 5, magnitude 8.2. Epicenter* at Federal Square, Petersburg, West Virginia 26847; GPS coordinates: 38 degrees, 59′, 49.921 N Lat.; 79 degrees, 7′, 31.01″ W Long. (This is 110 miles west of Washington, DC.
Great Quake 3: Tuesday, Sept. 6, magnitude 8.6*. Epicenter under High Knob peak on the Virginia-West Virginia State Line, about 20 miles NW of Harrisonburg, VA 22801; GPS coordinates: 38 degrees, 34′, 9.33″ N Lat.; 79 degrees, 10′, 15.02″ W Long. (This is 115 miles WSW of Washington, DC. And 195 miles NW of Naval Station Norfolk.)
Mega-Quake 4: Wednesday, Sept. 7, magnitude 9.5. Epicenter is 14 miles northwest of Roanoke, Virginia, (3 miles west of Catawba, VA 24070), under VA HWY 311, (9/10 mile south of JCT of VA 311 and VA 621). GPS coordinates: 37 degrees, 24′, 3.27″ N Lat.; 80 degrees, 9′, 20.30″ W Long. (The epicenter is also 200 miles SW of Washington, DC; and 216 miles ESE of Naval Station Norfolk.)
Great Quake 5: Saturday, Sept. 10, magnitude 8.4*. Epicenter is 2 miles north of Franklin (on US 22), West Virginia 26807, GPS coordinates: 38 degrees, 40′, 56.07″ N Lat.; 79 degrees, 19′, 0.41″ W. Long. (This epicenter is 120 miles WSW of Washington, DC. And 210 miles NW of Naval Station Norfolk.) Read more at: drboylan.com
In the video (below) more updates and overview of the latest earthquakes world wide.