Earthquakes in Kusadasi Turkey

Earthquakes in Kusadasi Turkey

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Rick Swank

Istanbul, Turkey

#1 Feb 6, 2011
Don't know how concerned I need to be. It seem the area I live in, Kusadsi Turkey is having a lot of earthquakes this year. I've lived here for a 1 1/2 years and raely felt an earthquake till 2011. We experience a lot of quakes between 2 and 3 daily and a low level four 2 to 3 times a week. Today alone Kusadasi and the areas very near us have had 17 small quakes ranging from 2.1 to 2.6. We also had a 4.2 quake at about 4:00AM. Yesterday we had 9 of the smaller quakes an a 4.1 around 4:00am also. Is this something I really need to worry about or is better to have these small quakes? Following the earthquakes for Turkey on the web our area has had 50% of the total quakes for the entire country and we are a small city away from the Anatolia fault.

Stockport, UK

#2 Aug 13, 2012
glad i dont live there any more , sold my house now can sleep at night, could get worce but we know it can't get any better ,you only need to live in kusadasi if you have to ,glad i dont

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