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Re: Hector Mine Earthquake MMI, peak accelerations, etc

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For those who haven't already checked these out......

The USGS website has the capability to receive reports on earthquake
intensities based on MMI, and provide a continually updated database.  You
can participate by going to the USGS "Did you feel it" Community Internet
Intensity Maps page and submitting a report form.  The URL is:

In addition, at the TriNet website you can view Hector Mine peak
acceleration/peak velocity records, summary map, more, go to:

Rick Becker, PE
ICBO Los Angeles Basin Chapter Webmaster

>   "FERGUSON, GREGORY N" wrote:   I work at a plant 
>  Approx. 2 hours after the Hector earthquake, we registered 
>  None of our seismic 
>instrumentation registered anything at that time, and it was properly 
>  We have checked in our area (heavily industrialized), and there 
>were no reports to the sheriff of any explosions, etc. Is it possible that
>these large tanks of water could have "registered" some 
>of the vibrations from the Hector earthquake? It does not seem likely, but
>I am being pestered with questions from our 
>operators, and I really don't know what to tell them. Thanks, Greg Ferguson

>This one woke me up in Mammoth Lakes too.  The Northridge quake woke me
too.  Both real "rollers" here--not like the locals jolts that feel like a
truck hit the house.

>Debby Hight
>Triad/Holmes Assoc.
>Mammoth Lakes CA 93546