17.06.11.Bolshaya coronal hole in the southern hemisphere can provoke a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake during this time period. The approximate coordinates in 18-23 and 7-8 degrees.
Most at risk for these events of Tonga, Loyalty Islands, Potosi, Bolivia or Tarapaca, Chile. The time frame for this June 22-24
Areas of Indonesia could also be at risk for a significant earthquake or volcanic eruption (Krakatoa), the location of the best shows in South / North Sumatra.
Ionospheric / OLR anomalies indicate the regions of Taiwan, the Philippines, South Sumatra, which have increased activity and may cause significant earthquake during this period.
Our gaze is drawn to the northern part of Chile with a magnitude 4.9 earthquake today in Tarapaca (the second in the last week). Last recorded 06/12/2011 magnitude of 4.7.
|DATE and TIME (UTC)||LAT-ITUDE||LONG-ITUDE||MAG-NITUDE||DEPTH km||REGION|
|18-JUN-2011 5:38:25||-18.22||-70.31||4.9||106.3||NEAR COAST OF NORTHERN CHILE|
Tarapaca region contains some of the highest volcanoes in Chile, Parinacota (6348 meters) and Pomerape (6222 meters). Puchuldiza geyser field in Tarapaca is one of the highest geyser field in the world. Isluga is a stratovolcano located in Colchane, 7 km to the west of the Chile / Bolivia border and on the west end of a group of volcanoes lined up in an east-west, which also includes volcanoes Cabaray and Tata Sabaya. Isluga volcano is located in the northern part of Chile, 7 km west of the border of Bolivia. Taapaca volcanic complex, which lies to the west of the main chain of the Andes, rises north-east of the town of Putre in northern Chile. Elongated volcanic massif, known locally as the Nevados de Putre, consists of andesitic stratovolcano initial and long-dacitic lava dome complex. The last known eruption Taapaca, thought to have occurred 2,000 years ago.
Given the above and the fact that the eruption Puyeue, 800 miles south of the capital Santiago, Chile, the region "needs" close attention.