Tottori quake still continues / Prefecture “possibility of earthquake swarm”

Following up this article.. 7 quakes occurred in Western Japan with only 10 mins intervals [URL]


After the article was posted above, 3 more quakes occurred at the same location until 11:17 AM of 10/19/2015 (JST).

The largest magnitude was 3.0. Maximum seismic intensity was 3.

On 10/18/2015, Tottori prefectural government formed the disaster information meeting but no announcement is updated on 10/19/2015.

Emeritus professor, Nishida from Tottori University comments it is highly likely an earthquake swarm to warm about the possible further damage.

Tottori quake still continues - Prefecture possibility of earthquake swarm




Français :

Le séisme de Tottori se poursuit toujours / La pref : “possibilité d’une nuée de séismes”


Article lié : 7 séismes dans l’ouest japonais séparés d’intervalles de seulement 10 mn


Après la publication de l’article ci-dessus, au 18 octobre 2015 à 11:37 (JST) 3 autres séismes se sont produits au même endroit.
La plus grande magnitude a été de 3,0 et l’intensité sismique maximale de 3.
Le 18 octobre 2015, la préfecture de Tottori a réuni la cellule de crise de catastrophe mais au 19 octobre aucun communiqué n’en est publié.
Le professeur émérite Nishida de l’université de Tottori déclare qu’il est extrêmement probable qu’une nuée de séismes se produise et qu’il faille alerter sur les probables dégâts qui vont en découler.

Tottori quake still continues - Prefecture possibility of earthquake swarm

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