Japan meteorological agency warns potential M8.0 to hit east coast of Japanese island
Having the M7.3 of 12/7/2012, Mr. Nagai from Meteorological agency warned bigger earthquake of M8.0 class is expected.
The M7.3 was one of the aftershocks of 311, which was outerrise type of the earthquake. M8.0 class of the earthquake was expected but the last one was smaller.
There is a possibility that a bigger outerrise type one occurs at North or South of this epicenter.
Outerrise type of the earthquake is a normal fault type caused by the stretched and split Pacific plate outside of the Japan Deep.
It was expected to happen as a reaction of 311, which was reverse fault type.
Related article..[Column] Significant similarity between M7.3 of 12/7/2012 and M7.3 of 3/9/2011 [Link]
Suite au séisme de magnitude 7,3 du 7 décembre 2012, M. Nagai de l’agence météorologique prévient qu’il faut s’attendre à un séisme plus fort, de classe M8,0.
Le M7,3 était une réplique de celui du 11-3 qui était un séisme de type extrusif. Un séisme de classe M8,0 était attendu mais le dernier a été moins fort.
Il est possible qu’un coulissage de type extrusif et plus gros survienne au Nord ou au Sud de cet épicentre.
Les séismes en coulissage de type extrusif sont issus de failles de type normal induites par la tension et la cassure de la plaque du Pacifique en dehors de la fosse japonaise.
On s’y attendait en réaction au 11-3 qui a été de type faille inverse.
Article lié : [Édito] Similarité significatives entre le M7,3 du 7 dec 2012 et le M7,3 du 9 mars 2011 [Lien]
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