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PostPosted: Tue Sep 07, 2010 9:48 pm    Post subject: Fiji, Tonga, Samoa Islands earthquakes, cyclones  Reply with quote

FIJI 6.3 magnitude earthquake
Sept. 7 2010
- A 6.3 magnitude earthquake struck the Fiji Islands, Wednesday at 4:13 a.m. (12:13 p.m. ET Tuesday), the U.S. Geological Survey reported.
The earthquake struck 100 miles from the city of Labasa on the island of Vanua Levu and roughly 220 miles from the capital of Fiji, Suva, located on the Island of Viti Levu.
The Labasa Police station reported a minute of mild shaking with no immediate reports of damage, said Chief Officer Patemosi Wate of the Police Command Center in the Northern Region of the Fiji Islands.

6.3 quake FIJI
Dec. 28, 2010

6.4-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes South of Fiji
February 21, 2011
The quake hit 385 miles southeast of Fiji at around 10:57 p.m. local time and had a depth of 349 miles.

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Category 3 Cyclone Evan leaves Samoa, heads for Fiji
December 14, 2012
By Dr. Jeff Masters
Category 3 Tropical Cyclone Evan is finally done pounding Samoa and American Samoa, after spending two days meandering over the islands. Evan made landfall on the north shore of Samoa near the capital of Apia on Thursday as a Category 1 cyclone with 90 mph winds, and intensified into a Category 3 storm with 115 mph winds after the eye wandered back offshore late Thursday. Media reports indicate that Evan has killed two and brought heavy damage to Samoa. "Power is off for the whole country... Tanugamanono power plant is completely destroyed and we might not have power for at least two weeks," the Disaster Management Office (DMO) said in a statement. Satellite loops show a well-organized storm with plenty of intense heavy thunderstorm activity. The storm will be a region with light wind shear of 10 - 15 knots and very warm ocean waters that extend to great depth, and could intensify into a Category 4 cyclone by Saturday, as it passes through the Wallis and Futuna Islands. On Sunday, Evan is expected to pass just north of Fiji. The GFS model shows that Fiji should experience heavy rains from Evan, but miss the core eyewall region with the strongest winds and highest storm surge. The storm will encounter decreasing ocean heat content on Monday, after it passes Fiji, and should weaken to a Category 1 cyclone. Evan is one of Samoa's most destructive tropical cyclones on record, as discussed by wunderground's weather historian, Christopher C. Burt. The most famous and deadliest tropical storm to strike Samoa (in modern records) was that of March 1889, which influenced the balance of Western imperial power in the Southern Pacific.

Tourists Flee, Residents Prepare As 'Monster' Cyclone Bears Down On Fiji
Fijian authorities scrambled to evacuate tourists and residents in low-lying areas Sunday as a monster cyclone threatened the Pacific nation with "catastrophic damage" after causing devastation in Samoa.
At least four people were killed when Cyclone Evan slammed into Samoa and the toll was expected to rise with a search launched for eight men missing on three fishing boats.

Only one survivor has been found, said the New Zealand Rescue Co-ordination Centre, which is overseeing the search.
After crossing Samoa, Evan intensified as it ploughed through the Pacific and forecasters said destructive winds could reach nearly 300 kilometres per hour (186 miles per hour) by the time it hits Fiji early Monday.
Government officials fear it could be as devastating as Cyclone Kina, which killed 23 people and left thousands homeless in 1993.

Cyclone Evan smashes Fiji
December 18, 2012  
 CYCLONE Evan has passed Fiji.
Fiji was battered by ferocious 270km/h winds overnight, which uprooted trees and homes, ripped roofs off buildings and caused widespread power and water outages.
With winds stirring up massive swells, two ships ran aground near the entrance to Suva Harbour.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said the Government had received a formal request for help from Fiji. "We're in the process of working through that this morning," he told television interviewers on local station TV3. "The same is true with Samoa - we're working through an assessment of the damage and where we might best be able to help".
There are so far no reports of any deaths in Fiji. Four people have been confirmed dead and 10 remain missing after the cyclone struck Samoa on Thursday.

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Landslides hit third country in 24 hours- 15 feared dead in Fiji and Pakistan
January 26, 2012 – FIJI – A couple and their two young children are confirmed to have died in a landslide in flood-stricken Fiji. Their deaths bring to six the number killed in flooding and landslides in the west of the main island Viti Levu. Police have confirmed that the couple, in their 30s, and their their two daughters, aged three and one, were in a house in the Ba district of north western Vita Levu, the Fiji Broadcasting Corporation reports. Earlier in the week a man died in Labasa and another died in Ba. Parts of Nadi, Ba, and Rakiraki were on Thursday declared natural disaster zones. The permanent secretary of information, Sharon Smith-Johns, says the military, police and personnel from non-government organizations and the Red Cross are heading to the affected areas. Ms Smith-Johns says 3400 people are in evacuation centers and more than 100 homes may have been destroyed by the floods. A disaster response advisor for the United Nations, Peter Muller, says attempts to evaluate damage from the floods are being hampered by the remoteness of some communities and bridges which have been washed away by swollen rivers. Mr Muller says the rains have stopped for the time being and floodwaters are receding but the respite may be short lived with the rain set to return within 24 hours. Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully says New Zealand will give $350,000 to the Fiji Red Cross and other agencies to assist efforts in the aftermath of the flooding. –Radio New Zealand

Mansehra, PAKISTAN – Police say at least nine miners are feared dead after they were buried by a large landslide in northwest Pakistan. Local police officer Ali Zia says the phosphate miners were eating lunch Wednesday in the mountain village of Tharnawai in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province when the accident occurred. Zia said rescue efforts have been hampered by bad weather and the inability to get heavy machinery to the site. It had been snowing and raining before the slide occurred. Eyewitness Mohammad Khurshid Awan said rescue workers were using shovels in an attempt to uncover the buried miners. Zia, the police officer, said no bodies have yet been recovered. –Dawn

Cyclone Daphne leaves trail of destruction across Fiji
April 2, 2012 – FIJI
– People in flood-ravaged Fiji have begun returning home after spending several days in evacuation centers. At least four people have died in some of the worst flooding the country has seen in decades. Officials in Fiji say locals are likely to be spared a further heavy downpour, with Cyclone Daphne, which formed on Monday afternoon, expected to pass the island. Tafazul Gani, a correspondent for a Fijian magazine, says many of the island’s residents are struggling to cope. “A lot of people are thinking ‘what do we do next? How do we cope?’ And having two floods in a matter of a couple of days, a lot of people they don’t have basically anything,” he said. Mr Gani is in one of the worst affected areas of Nadi. He says flood damage there is extensive. “Basically, if you look at the town, the town is totally decimated. It actually looks like a warzone,” he said. “There is not a single shop in the town which has not been affected. Some shops actually have nothing left, everything that was in the shop, the counter, the merchandise, everything got washed away.” But floodwaters have now begun to drop and the clean-up has started. Tourist flights into Nadi have resumed but power is still cut off in many areas. Fiji government spokeswoman Sharon Johns says the extent of damage is still being assessed. “It’s quite extensive. In Nadi town, shops in Nadi town, the floodwaters went right through that,’ she said. Over the past few days about 8,000 people sought refuge in evacuation centers. “They’re being well looked after that, rations are getting to them. We’re …organizing water sterilizers for the children especially. So evacuation centres we would expect that to decrease slowly over the coming days.” Tourist flights into Fiji were stopped last night but most airlines have resumed all services. Australia has offered $1 million in aid to Fiji for water sanitation, blankets and other supplies. -7 News
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FIJI 4th 6.3 earthquake
January 24, 2012
– A very deep 6.3 magnitude earthquake erupted along the seafloor off the island of Fiji. The earthquake had a depth of 582.8 km (362.2 miles). The epicenter of the earthquake was 759 km (472 miles) from SUVA, Fiji and about 1374 km from Auckland, New Zealand. The Fiji earthquake was the fourth consecutive earthquake to strike the planet in four days. Earlier today, a 6.2 struck off the coast of Chile, preceded by a 6.0 in the South Sandwich Islands the day prior, and a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Chiapas, Mexico prior to that. The string of quakes comes both before and during a phase where solar activity and CME’s are colliding with the planet’s magnetosphere. –The Extinction Protocol

FIJI sees uptick in number of earthquakes in 2012
January 31, 2012
– The number of earthquakes that have been recorded in Fiji this year has increased by nine compared to the same period last year. According to the Department of Mineral Resources, only nine earthquakes were recorded in Fiji in January last year. But so far this year, 18 earthquakes have been recorded by the department. The strongest magnitude in January last year was 4.5 which occurred in the southeast of Koro. This year, the strongest magnitude felt was 6.3 on the southwest of Ono-i-Lau on January 24. Of the 18 earthquakes that struck Fiji from the beginning of this year, only one was experienced in Viti Levu, two in Vanua Levu and eight in the Lau region. Two were reported in the Yasawa Group, one in the island of Koro and four in the Fiji region. Eight of the quakes this year occurred on January 12, mostly in areas of the Lau Group, all ranging from 2.4 to 4.5 in magnitude. –Fiji Times

7.4 EARTHQUAKES hit near Tonga, Fiji  May 23, 2013

6.5 Mag. earthquake NW of Neiafu, Tonga -   12 May 2013
Mag 6.5 - 139km NW of Neiafu, Tonga 2013-05-11 20:46:56 UTC

6.6 mag. earthquake NW of Nuku`alofa, Tonga 23 May 2013

5.7 mag. earthquake hits near Hihifo, Tonga 28 Sep 2013

6.5 quake Fiji, Pacific Nov 23, 2013

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CYCLONE IAN hits Tonga
Aid agencies head to Tonga amid reports of extensive damage
January 12, 2014
SYDNEY  - Relief agencies were sending aid to Tonga on Monday amid reports of extensive damage to low-lying islands in the South Pacific archipelago after they were battered by a strong cyclone at the weekend.
Early reports from emergency workers suggested that category five Cyclone Ian and its associated hurricane-force winds had caused significant damage to islands in the north.

Tonga's director of emergencies, Leveni Aho, said there was no communication with 80 percent of the worst-hit Ha'apai island group, including Lifuka, which bore the brunt of the storm.
About 8,000 people live in the Ha'apai islands, which are about 2,630 km (1,630 miles) northeast of the New Zealand capital, Wellington.

Two Tongan navy patrol boats were on their way to the Ha'apai Islands group with emergency shelter supplies and road clearing equipment. The Red Cross has sent a chartered flight with health, power and telecommunications experts.
The United Nation's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said a mapping specialist was due to arrive in the islands on Monday to assess its response.

There are five stages of tropical storm, with Typhoon Haiyan, which killed more than 4,000 people and caused widespread destruction in the Philippines in November, rated at five, the most powerful. Category four is defined by wind gusts of 252 kph (156 mph) or greater.
Cyclone Christine ripped across Australia's northwest earlier this month, battering coastal regions and closing major iron ore shipping terminals.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

6.8 earthquake TONGA, Pacific June 29, 2014

6.8 earthquake FIJI  July 21, 2014

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7.1 earthquake FIJI
Nov 1, 2014
Very strong quakes are common around Fiji in the Pacific.
The quake was about 260 miles deep.
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6.8 and a 6.0 earthquakes rattle Samoa, Tonga
March 30, 2015
-  A number of 6.8+ magnitude quakes struck.
A series of strong earthquakes struck the South Pacific Ocean.
PNG, Samoa, Tonga quakes are all on the same east-west fault.
Samoa and Tonga quakes just hours after a major tremor rattled Papua New Guinea to the west.
No reports of damage at Samoa, epicentre southwest of the capital Apia, depth of 116km.
The quakes came just hours after a major 7.5 quake struck Papua New Guinea.

6.7 earthquake Samoa
March 30, 2015 -  PNG, Samoa, Tonga quakes are all on the same east-west fault

7.7 Major earthquake Papua New Guinea

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6.5 earthquake Fiji
April 18, 2015
 -  A 6.5-magnitude earthquake has struck Fiji in the South Pacific, no tsunami warnings.

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