2011年7月15日金曜日

WHY! River in Costa Rica disappears following earthquake swarm 4,700+ EQ's


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July 13, 2011 -- COSTA RICA -- Today at approximately 2:11pm in the afternoon, Upala was rattled by a 5.3 magnitude earthquake that shook products off store shelves and rattled off home furnishings. No immediate damages were reported however later in the afternoon something strange was discovered as a result. While reporting on the earthquake in Upala today, a local news station discovered that a district near the epicenter was missing a river. That's right...A RIVER. Apparently in the moments following the earthquake, a community stood watch as their river disappeared into the Earth. As of this writing it is still unknown exactly which community this occurred in however once we have the name we will update this article. The affected citizens were interviewed and expressed concern for the loss of this substantial water supply to the area. Not only will this affect humans but also the livestock raised in the area. Additionally there was also a 4.8 earthquake registered in Guanacaste near Santa Rosa de Bagaces today. OVSICORI, the nation's seismic activity center, has recorded over 4789 tremors in Costa Rica exceeding 1.0 on the Richter Scale. With all this Earth movement and record rainfall, this is creating concern for areas along the Pacific Coast from landslides. What is on the minds of many Ticos is whether or not this spike in activity is any indication of something bigger to come. Could this be the "big one" Costa Rica has been expecting?
http://www.costaricanewssite.com/5-3-earthquake-in-upala-alajuela

Vanishing Lakes: New Zealand reservoir mysteriously disappears during quake
March 8, 2011 -- HUNTSBURY, NZ -- 36 million liters of water mysteriously disappeared from a reservoir in Huntsbury New Zealand following the February 22nd 6.3 earthquake in Christchurch.
These events have occurred in the past and are now happening with greater frequency as geological forces under the ground continue to erode substrata. Our planet is undergoing massive change beneath our feet. This geological deformation will only accelerate and become more widespread with time as the pace of earthchanges intensify. -The Extinction Protocol
http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/2011/03/09/vanishing-lakes-new-zea...
Post-glacial rebound (or Glacial Isostatic Adjustment) produces measurable effects on: (i) Vertical Crustal Motion, (ii) Global sea levels, (iii) Horizontal Crustal Motion, (iv) Gravity field, (v) Earth's rotational motion and (vi) State of stress and earthquakes. Studies of Glacial rebound give us information about the flow law of mantle rocks and also past ice sheet history. The former is important to the study of Mantle Convection, Plate Tectonics and the thermal evolution of the Earth. The latter is important to the study of Glaciology, Paleoclimate and changes in Global Sea Level. Understanding postglacial rebound is also important to our ability to monitor recent global change.
To form the ice sheets of the last Ice Age, water is taken from the oceans through evaporation, condensation as snow and then deposited as ice in high latitudes. Thus global sea level would fall during glaciation.
The ice sheets at the last Glacial Maximum were so massive that global sea level fell by about 120 metres. Thus continental shelves were exposed and many islands became connected with the continents through dry land. This was the case between the British Isles and Europe, or between Taiwan, the Indonesian islands and Asia. ]
Alternative view: The earths oceans are sinking. Due to this heavy loading of new water into Geo fragile zones. Fault zones. Thus causing sea floor sinking. Just as the other regions of the world are rebounding up. "As stated in this article".[12] thus these islands are not getting flooded by sea level rise, as much as these islands are sinking. The water table adjusts to the area. As earthquakes even out the ocean floor deformation[13]. This will also cause sink holes in areas as the earth has greater storms moving this water around inland which means earthquakes from the new weight in that area.
by Scott of the fam. Owen (BUG)

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