Mainland helps monitor Hawaii quakes,...

Mainland helps monitor Hawaii quakes, eruptions as storm-damaged observatory gets repairs

There are 2 comments on the Brandon Sun story from Aug 13, 2014, titled Mainland helps monitor Hawaii quakes, eruptions as storm-damaged observatory gets repairs. In it, Brandon Sun reports that:

U.S. Geographical Service outposts in other states are helping monitor Hawaii's volcanoes and earthquakes while work is done to repair Tropical Storm Iselle's damage to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.

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Ted

Toronto, Canada

#1 Aug 13, 2014
Anonymous

Kent, WA

#2 Aug 24, 2014
Hawaii has this pattern like every 2 yrs a few quakes up in range of 3-4 m and than days of small quakes again and than its due if 30 yrs of data patterns is going to continue a quake very soon in the range of 6-7 mag should be showing up this yr. I'm thinking days or weeks possibly because of the quakes of recent. Alaska's quakes have been getting more frequent and the quakes seem to be working up to something imp.

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