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Subject: Re: Large earthquake at hawaii island
Date: Mon, 16 Oct 2006 16:16:12 -1000 (HST)
To answer your question about the volcano, the HVO reports are saying
that there is no change in eruptive activity so far. However large
quakes have been known to alter the "plumbing" and change eruptive
We are pretty much back to normal here. Also, no appreciable aftershocks
today so far. We did have a couple tiny ones in the wee morning hours
Anyway, check out http://hvo.wr.usgs.gov/kilauea/update/main.html
for the latest updates and deformation charts of our volcanoes.
Im just finishing recording the surface waves from the New Britian
event. Will be posting it soon.
Thanks for writing and take care.
> It is good to hear that you are ok Tony and your family. The damage can
> be repared. What is worring for me is when I am looking at the
> aftershock pattern, it appears to be slow and few smaller aftershocks
> that I was expecting. I find that rater strange, The earthquake that did
> follow straigt after the main quake is something that I have seen
> before, but the same thing did happen in Iceland, when a Ms 6.5
> earthquake did hit SIZS (south Iceland) in Iceland. I am still
> exspecting at least one mag 5.5 aftershock, based on the ideas I have on
> how this large type of earthquakes changes the crust around the
> I am also bit intrested if there has been any changes in volcano
> activite, since this earthquake is large enugh to change volcano
> Jón Frímann
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