Hey guys. Some pretty interesting seismicity has been occurring lately. First off, there was a M4.6 (originally M4.7) yesterday off the coast of Maryland. Now this is not too crazy but is pretty dang notable since we never really see that many events around this size, in this area. Now the characteristics of this event are much more interesting than the rarity of it. Does the data provided possibly indicate some of type of large collapse off the coast of Maryland? Remember I am not a professional so I do not know for sure. However the evidence is quite compelling. We will take a look at the data for that earthquake and also look at the data for the M4.0 in Kansas and the recent Steamboat Geyser eruption last night. As usual, please click the title of this post or "read more" to continue (if you are not already on this post)...
Some very strange events have happened at Yellowstone supervolcano in Wyoming. What could these events mean for the caldera? Well I don't know exactly yet, but I do believe another round of uplift could be starting for the infamous caldera. On January 13, 2019, a few earthquakes maxing out at M2.4 struck right near the northern tip of Yellowstone lake, striking very close to the epicenter of the concerning 2008-2009 dike intrusion of Yellowstone Lake. Today's activity was small, yes, but maybe more important than many other swarms that has hit this area in recent years. This blog post will take a very quick look at some of the events that transpired today. Don't worry, I will be doing a video on this tomorrow night (from the time I am writing this: 9:42pm PST 1/13/2019). As always, please click the title of this post or "read more" to continue!!!
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Hey guys, sorry I have not been doing too many blog posts lately. I have been spending alot of time with family and with my research. I have uploaded multiple YT videos lately so go check that out if you want. Just goto YouTube and search "Ben Ferraiuolo". My seismo blog here will have new content added to still, yes, but I have created some new pages in the past month or so under "Seismic Events" and "Seismic Events 2". Under those dropdown menus, there are many different pages. Some of the pages are blogs. I am now posting some of my research under those two drop down menus, "Seismic Events" and "Seismic Events 2". So please remember to always check under there if you have not seen a blog post from me in a while. I am still around and am trying to upload as much as my research as possible onto my website here. I will be back soon and this was just a quick update. Yellowstone saw some interesting activity on New Years Eve 2018. Want to find out about it? Goto the "Seismic Events" dropdown menu and click "Yellowstone". God bless and I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year! Happy 2019!
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