Earthquakes Continue To Stir Volcanoes Worldwide

A picture of the Earth with an earthquake crack going down the USA and S America

Increase in earthquake activity worldwide occurred over the weekend, June 7-8, 2013.

June 7-8, 2013 saw 34 earthquakes worldwide between 4.1 and 5.5 magnitude. Some of these quakes were at the South Pole, some were along the Ring of Fire, but most of the quakes were close to active volcanoes. This means volcanic activity is definitely on the rise.

4.0 + Magnitude Quakes June 7-8, 2013

  1. 5.1  Prince Edward Islands region
  2. 5.4  ENE of Bristol Island, South Sandwich Islands
  3. 4.7  W of Sardinal, Costa Rica
  4. 5.2  NE of San Isidro, Philippines
  5. 4.7  SE of Pondaguitan, Philippines
  6. 4.8  NE of San Isidro, Philippines
  7. 4.5  WSW of Amatignak Island, Alaska
  8. 4.7  Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  9. 5.5  W of Abra Pampa, Argentina
  10. 5.1  NNE of Calama, Chile
  11. 4.8  West Chile Rise
  12. 5.1  NE of San Isidro, Philippines
  13. 4.3 ENE of Gobo, Japan
  14. 4.1 ESE of Niltepec, Mexico
  15. 4.6  SE of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy, Russia
  16. 4.3 NNW of San Pedro Pinula, Guatemala
  17. 4.7  Balleny Islands region
  18. 4.9  NNE of Laela, Tanzania
  19. 5.4  NE of San Isidro, Philippines
  20. 4.9  Southern East Pacific Rise
  21. 4.8  SSW of Ndoi Island, Fiji
  22. 5.8  Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge
  23. 4.7  NNW of Boroko, Indonesia
  24. 5.9  SW of Yonakuni, Japan
  25. 4.9  ESE of San Policarpo, Philippines
  26. 4.4 SSE of Hachijo-jima, Japan
  27. 5.9  South of the Fiji Islands
  28. 4.6  ENE of Amahai, Indonesia
  29. 4.8  SW of Vaini, Tonga
  30. 5.0  ENE of Norsup, Vanuatu
  31. 4.3 ENE of Artyom, Azerbaijan
  32. 4.8  NE of San Isidro, Philippines
  33. 4.5 NNW of Valparaiso, Chile
  34. 4.7  SE of Esso, Russia

Get your map out and look for the patterns where these earthquakes are occurring. Don’t take this for granted – the Earth is definitely on the move. More quakes and more volcanic activity means that more weird weather patterns are on the way.


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About Janet

Janet Starr Hull, PhD, CN has expressed a deep love and respect for the Earth since she was a very young child. She earned academic degrees in International Geography and Environmental Science. After 20 years of research, Dr. Hull uncovered evidence supporting her theory that the Earth’s geographic poles shift at the axis, causing dramatic climate change. Today, she is one of the world’s leading environmental experts promoting public environmental awareness. Connect with Dr. Hull on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.

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