Posted by deanna on November 20, 2006, 9:46 am, in reply to "Re: Earthquake"
I use three sites: Mexican: www.ssn.unam.mx - which|
still gives a 5.2 magnitude for the quake, IRIS:
www.iris.edu/seismon - which lists it at 5.7, and USGS -
which puts it at 5.4 (?) now. I think it's not unusual for different agencies to differ on the magnitude until they've analyzed all the data. They also list the area of the quake in many different ways (Colima, South of Manzanillo, etc.). Very confusing. If you click on Ultimos Sismos on the UNAM site, you'll see all the quakes that have occured in this country for the past 30 days. If you then click on the number or letter for any particular quake, you'll get a map with a pulsing red ball at the epicenter. It's amazing how many quakes we have on this coast, most of which are too small to feel. So did you feel the quake??
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