1 Meter Tsunami 7.3 EQ Off Japanese Coast ; Multiple After Shocks!
LATEST UPDATE:Japan quake: No serious damage, tsunami warning lifted
(Old)UPDATE: One meter high tsunami hits Ishinomaki, Miyagi prefecture – NHK
37.710°N 144.625°E depth=33.0km (20.5mi)
295km (183mi) SE of Kamaishi, Japan
295km (183mi) ESE of Ofunato, Japan
300km (186mi) SE of Otsuchi, Japan
302km (188mi) ESE of Ishinomaki, Japan
494km (307mi) ENE of Tokyo, Japan
A warning for a one meter tsunami was issued for the coast of Miyagi Prefecture in northeastern Japan, which was hit by a devastating earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.
After Shocks are:
the aftershocks and a pattern
Check THIS Out!
I made a gif of the quakes…
in order from the 7.3 to the latest on the USGS site…
its following a circle/spiral pattern!
The link below is the same pattern/pic
just with a slower movement in case the first one was too fast?
Major quake strikes off Japan, setting off small tsunami
Tokyo (CNN) — A powerful earthquake struck off the northeast coast of Japan on Friday evening, rattling buildings in Tokyo and setting off a small tsunami.
It also jarred nerves in a nation still recovering from the devastating earthquake and tsunami in March 2011 that killed thousands of people and triggered the world’s worst nuclear crisis in a quarter century.
Some roads were closed and rail services suspended in the northeastern prefecture of Miyagi, where a one-meter (3-foot) tsunami rolled ashore. It was followed by four other waves ranging from eight to 16 inches. Only minor injuries were reported immediately, including five in Miyagi and five on the outskirts of Tokyo.
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