Strong Earthquake Scotia Sea 16-Nov-13 (b000kznc)

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Automated Preliminary Details – subject to review.

Derived from Event Data Source: USGS. See details below
Magnitude 6.8 [subject to review and confirmation]
This link shows the event and any aftershocks during the following month using the IRIS Earthquake Browser

  • Date-Time: 2013-11-16T03:34:31.950Z UTC
  • Earthquake location: 60.213°S, 47.108°W
  • Seismic Region: 10 – Southern Antilles
  • Seismic Geo Area: 1500 – Scotia Sea
  • Earthquake depth: 10.0 km
  • Distances:
    1. 917km (569mi) SW of Grytviken, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
    2. 1397km (868mi) SE of Ushuaia, Argentina
    3. 1644km (1021mi) SE of Punta Arenas, Chile
    4. 1668km (1036mi) SE of Rio Gallegos, Argentina
    5. 1158km (719mi) SSE of Stanley, Falkland Islands
  • Tsunamigenic: YES (Note this does not means there was a tsunami, just that the earthquake has characteristics that could cause a tsunami.)
  • Felt reports?: No
  • Status: REVIEWED
  • Event ID: usb000kznc

Mag 6+ events in region in the last 20 years ~500 miles radius of the event (Max 1000) from IRIS
(The current event may not appear for a few minutes or so after the time.)
The above events in the IRIS Earthquake Browser 3D viewer


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One Response to Strong Earthquake Scotia Sea 16-Nov-13 (b000kznc)

  1. Pingback: Weekly Geophysical: 22 November 2013 | QVS Data

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