Magnitude 7.1 Vanuatu 20-Aug-11 (c0005hbt)

See source attribution and disclaimer notice
The QED list (PDE Catalogue) has this as 7.1 so it has been upgraded (31/08/2011).
Earthquake Details

Location Shake map Seismic Hazard maps
P-Wave travel times Phase data Tsunami bulletin
Other links (Tsunami bulletin not available for all events)

Location Maps
Shake Map (Basic – Click this image for more)
Shake Map
Shake maps are archived over many years so there is no requirement to encapsulate them here.
The preceeding quake was originally issued as a 7.5. There is some difference between the signatures of these two quakes which may indicate that either it should not have been reduced or that this quakes may later be reduced.

Seismic Hazard Map
Seismic Hazard Map
Historic Seismicity 2011

Theoretical P-Wave travel time

Phase Data
Tsunami Bulletin
No tsunami bulletin issued by NOAA from the Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre

Details Location Shake map
Seismic Hazard maps P-Wave travel times Phase data

Other Links
PAGER details and PDF link. The PAGER archive includes Significant Earthquakes since 2008.
PDF of this web page + USGS Pager PDF
Web page images pack. All images are (C) USGS/NEIC


About PuterMan

A retired programmer.
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One Response to Magnitude 7.1 Vanuatu 20-Aug-11 (c0005hbt)

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