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Posted: 03/31/20 06:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Saw M6.5 4:52PM PDT earthquake report near Challis ID on news, Any reports on the ground?


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USGS GOV SITE best public site

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MEXICOWANDERER wrote:

USGS GOV SITE best public site


Yes thanks, I am familiar with that site. I am looking for reports from folks in the area. TV news had local videos of swinging chandeliers.

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Last time I checked there have been seven aftershocks...


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Was talking to a well shook up ham last night (or rather listening to him).

I've experienced one earthquake. Have slept through several including a California quake But the only one I was awake for... Well Very minor (Thankfully) but I was the only one in the room (Detroit is on the new Madrid Fault line) who knew what it was. Just enough to disorient me a bit (I was seated at my desk at the time)


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Posted: 04/01/20 05:37am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Utah now Idaho wonder if California might be next?

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Is Idaho within or part of the Yellowstone Caldera and the associated seismic zones?

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Not that part.

Yellowstone area includes a small part of eastern Idaho.

Town is in a valley of the Rockies.

Steep youngish mountains like the Rockies, there will be faults and quakes.

Those like New Madrid are almost as old as Betty White.


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