Cloud seismotectonic indicators over the Black Sea

August 23. The pictures from geostationary satellites August 18-19, found cloud seismotectonic indicators (OS-s) over the Black Sea to the southeast peninsula of Crimea.

In connection with the OS has increased the risk of earthquakes in the region of Asia Minor and the Caucasus, which requires the attention of emergency services regions located near the above.

Source: Nadisa

Operating in the Black Sea (21.08.2011)

August 26. August 23 in the message "OS over the Black Sea" was given the increased risks of earthquakes in the region of Asia Minor and the Caucasus.

August 24, a number of events at the M4-4.5, the most important of which were:

  • M 4.4 — CAUCASUS REGION, RUSSIA — 2011-08-24 10:05 UTC
  • M 4.0 — CAUCASUS REGION, RUSSIA — 2011-08-24 10:12 UTC
  • M 4.4 — EASTERN TURKEY — 2011-08-24 15:47 UTC
  • M 4.3 — WESTERN TURKEY — 2011-08-25 04:19 UTC

The pictures of 21 August, the spacecraft detected MeteoSAT OS over the western part of the Black Sea, as shown below. The nature of the OS indicates the activation of processes in the area of Turkey, Bulgaria, Romania. In these areas the danger of earthquakes.

Activation of the processes in the Black Sea and the cycles of foreshocks, as shown above, and more coming to be associated with preparing the strongest event (M8-9) in the south of the Caspian Sea, northern Iran.

Source: Nadisa

Two earthquake 4.0 on the Richter scale in the Crimea

August 26. Two earthquakes of magnitude 3.8 and 4.0 occurred tonight in the Black Sea, 150 kilometers from the capital of Crimea — Simferopol (106 kilometorv from the resort village of Gaspra).

Coordinates — 43.79 N; 35.09 E and 43.55 N; 34.50 E, reported "ZaVtra"In the geophysical service of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

The epicenters of tremors was located at a depth of 10 to 20 kilometers.

So far, there is no data about the devastation the tsunami threat was not announced.

Source: The newspaper "Zavtra"


See also: Satellite imagery showed the approach of the earthquake in Japan


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