Posted by D on December 9, 2009, 4:25 am, in reply to "shake"
Message modified by board administrator December 9, 2009, 4:47 am
In reading how some felt the quake and some didn't I was wondering if there were fault lines under La Manzanilla or something like that. I was looking to see what information had been posted on the message board in the past and found that the search feature on the lamanzanilla.info site (where past message board post are stored) is worthless (at least for now). |
The best way to access the old message board post on earth quakes is to put this in the Google search box.
You can put whatever word you want in the quotes and it will search for that word. This works on other web sites as well (of course).
So anyway, I put "Jalisco Mexico earthquake fault lines" into Google and found this info
http://18.104.22.168/search?q=cache:FVMQbxmu4GMJ:www.agu.org/sci_soc/demets.html+Jalisco+Mexico+earthquake+fault+lines&hl=en&gl=mx&strip=0" - Anticipating the Successor to Mexico's Largest Historical Earthquake (only a cache version available)
and The rupture history of the Mw 8.0 Jalisco, Mexico, earthquake of 1995 October 9
This article titled Tectonic significance of an earthquake sequence in the Zacoalco half-graben, Jalisco, Mexico cost $31.50 to get, anyone want to chip in and buy it?
I also used earthquake only felt by some in Google.
I read terms I had not heard before, like "Jalisco block" and "Rivera plate" and www.umich.edu/~gs265/society/earthquakes.htm - Cocos plate
There is a lot more links and some interesting stuff using the same search terms in Google images but I have exhausted my interest for the moment, here is the Google link I used if anyone wants to do more.
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