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Earthquakes July 23

Saturday, July 23, 2011

5.5 Magnitude Earthquake GUAM REGION - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 5.5 earthquake has struck the Guam Region at a depth of 14 km ( 8.7 miles), the quake hit at 16:34:41 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 90 km (55 miles) ESE of Hagatna, Guam
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake ALASKA PENINSULA - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 4.3 earthquake has struck the Alaska Peninsula at a depth of 47.5 km ( 29.5 miles), the quake hit at 16:13:39 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 74 km (45 miles) SSW of Sand Point, Alaska
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time

Reinsurers nearly 'had enough' of Christchurch due to quakes, may pull coverage entirely

Canterbury could be deemed uninsurable as global reinsurers become increasingly alarmed by repeated quakes, a large insurer says.

Vero New Zealand South Island manager Bryan Noonan told Christchurch business owners last night that global reinsurers had "just about had enough" of Canterbury.

There was a risk that reinsurers would cut off earthquake cover completely for Canterbury if they faced increased exposure, he said.

"We have to do the right thing, otherwise it may well be that Canterbury and Christchurch end up without any earthquake cover capacity at all," he said.

Noonan said that could mean putting the brakes on almost all rebuilding in Christchurch "until the ground had settled".

"There has never been anything like this anywhere on the planet involving a city that has had such a huge number of aftershocks."

He cited a case where Vero had spent $400,000 repairing a building after the September 4 quake, only to spend another $100,000 after the Boxing Day quake.

The building was then further damaged in February and was eventually demolished after the June 13 shakes.

"We have to wait for these aftershocks to abate before we make those decisions.

"We have to be very careful because we are not managing our money, we are managing reinsurers and it's a pretty well known fact that the reinsurers have just about had enough." (more)

4.9 Magnitude Earthquakes KEPULAUAN BARAT DAYA, INDONESIA - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has struck Kepulauan Barat Daya, Indonesia at a depth of 153 km ( 95.1 miles), the quake hit at 14:24:43 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 323 km ( 200 miles) West of Saumlaki, Kepulauan Tanimbar, Indonesia
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time

4.9 Magnitude Earthquakes Costa Rica - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has struck Costa Rica at a depth of 62.1 km ( 38.6 miles), the quake hit at 13:54:19 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 44 km ( 27 miles) West of Liberia, Costa Rica
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time

4.7 Magnitude Earthquakes SOUTH OF PANAMA - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 4.7 earthquake has struck South of Panama at a depth of 10 km ( 6.2 miles), the quake hit at 12:53:03 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 451 km ( 280 miles) Northwest of Esmeraldas, Ecuador
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time

Two 4,3 Magnitude Earthquakes hit Canterbury and Marlborough, New Zealand - 23rd July 2011

Reader Brought this to our attention:

Two shallow earthquakes measuring 4.3 on the Richter Scale struck the South Island today -- the first in Canterbury and the second in Marlborough.
GNS Science said the Canterbury quake hit 20km south of Darfield at 7.45am at a depth of 11km, while the Marlborough quake struck 50km northeast of Hanmer Springs at 12.33pm at a depth of 12km.
Both earthquakes were likely to have been felt in their respective regions, GNS said.Source
4.3 Magnitude Earthquake - 07:45 am Saturday 23rd July 2011 at a depth of 11 km - 20 km South of Darfield
4.3 Magnitude Earthquake - 12:33 pm Saturday 23rd July 2011 at a depth of 12 km - 50 km Northeast of Hanmer Springs

4.7 Magnitude Earthquake BANDA SEA - 23rd July 2011

A magnitude 4.7 earthquake has struck the Banda Sea at a depth of 219.1 km ( 136.1 miles), the quake hit at 07:51:54 UTC Saturday 23rd July 2011.
The epicenter was 286 km ( 178 miles) WNW from Saumlaki, Tanimbar Islands, Indonesia
No Tsunami alert Issued - No damage or injuries reported at the time



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