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PostPosted: Fri Oct 28, 2011 3:31 pm    Post subject: PERU earthquakes and volcanoes  Reply with quote

7.0 Earthquake  Peru
August 24, 2011
They are used to quakes there
Depth 90 miles
Earthquake magnitude 6.9 quake hits Peru, shaking buildings in Lima

Earth shook like a hammock in Peru quake.
Pucallpa is a regional capital and commercial center.
Epicenter in Amazon forest near Brazil border; no damage reported .
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck a remote Amazon region of Peru on Wednesday, shaking office buildings in the capital Lima about 370 miles away.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/44259...world_news-americas/#.TlVQcl2VjUg


6.9 earthquake Peru
October   28,  2011
 A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake struck Peru on Friday, some 32 miles south-southwest of Ica, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
The quake hit roughly 178 miles south-southeast of Lima, the country's capital, and had an estimated depth of almost 22 miles, the USGS said.

In 2007, an 8.0-magnitude quake struck southwestern Peru, killing more than 500 people and injuring more than 1,000.
The most serious damage from that quake was suffered in towns and cities along the country's Pacific coast south of Lima, including Chincha, Canete, Pisco and Ica.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/45080...world_news-americas/#.TqvIgpsf7bU
http://abcnews.go.com/Internation...-shakes-peruvian-capital-14836836
http://www.cnn.com/2011/10/28/wor...u-earthquake/index.html?hpt=hp_t2
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Strong earthquake hits Peru's central coastline
30 January 2012  
Peru's central coastline has been hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake, the US Geological Survey (USGS) says.
The tremor, with its epicentre some 15km (nine miles) south-east of the city of Ica, hit just after midnight (05:00 GMT) at a depth of 39km (24 miles).

The quake was felt in central and southern parts of the country.
The scale of the damage is not yet clear but Peruvian media reported that at least 60 people had been injured.

"The majority are suffering trauma and cuts," Fernando Leon Castaneda, manager of a local hospital, told Radio Programas del Peru (RPP).
None of the injuries were considered life-threatening, officials said.
Electricity supplies were knocked out in Ica but so far there are no reports of major damage.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-16785067


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Peru Tremors behind Civil Defense Earthquake Warnings
May 2012
The Civil Defense in Peru (Indeci) intensified today a prevention drive warning of a potential massive earthquake now preceded of two daily tremors average.
 Indeci called on every workplace and home to ready an emergency evacuation plan after a median quake and two replicas were recorded Sunday in Ica (south) and in Lima.

Marco Tantalean, an expert from the institution, said planning must include safe routes and refuges, plus staples like your ID cards, drinkable water, first-aid material, flashlight, non perishable food and saving phone calls for emergencies to prevent the lines from collapsing.
Other prevention measures include a May 31st tsunami simulation, marking the 1970 massive quake that killed some 70,000 people in Ancash, north Peru.

Scientific evidence have proven that after "long periods of rest" big quakes may occur, like those that have especially razed Lima through history; plus, Peru is located in a seismic area, adds Hernando Tavera, director of Seismology at the Institute of Geophysics, reminding of the 66 tremors of 2012 through April, near one daily.
The majority, 39, registered on the Pacific coast, again in Lima, Ica -devastated in 2007- and Arequipa, together occupy more than 1,000km.
http://www.plenglish.com/index.ph...k=view&id=504409&Itemid=1


Magnitude 6.0 earthquake shakes Peru
June 07, 2012
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake rattled southern Peru Thursday, the US Geological Survey reported.
The USGS said it struck at 11:03am local time, about 402 miles southeast of the capital, Lima.
The epicenter was at a depth of 62 miles.
There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012...hquake-shakes-peru/#ixzz1x8LLqjwk
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Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes southern Peru
17 Jul 2013
- A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck southern Peru on Tuesday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The epicenter of the quake was located 53 miles (85 km)northwest of Arequipa, Peru, at a depth of about 52 miles (84 km), according to the USGS. Magnitude 6 quakes are capable of causing severe damage.
Peruvian authorities said there were no reports of damage or injuries.
http://www.reuters.com/article/20...vicesAndRealEstateNews&rpc=43


Recent Peru earthquakes  caused by Sabancaya Volcano
July 18, 2013
– The man in charge of monitoring the Sabancaya Volcano said the recent wave of earthquakes in the Arequipa region were caused by the volcano. “We´re in the sphere of influence of the Sabancaya Volcano, so all of the earthquakes we´ve experienced in the last few days were in fact caused by the volcano,” Domingo Ramos Palomino told the daily. He went on to explain that though there has been increased activity around the Sabancaya, there is not enough evidence to predict an eruption in the near future. “We will likely continue to feel more of these earthquakes, but it takes years of activity for them to produce an eruption,” Ramos said. Ramos said that the volcano only presented alteration in physical activity, not more variations in other monitoring parameters, such as the structure’s deformation. At least 111 houses collapsed, 30 of them in Huambo, where also the drinking water supply was affected. 580 more houses were damaged, according to the Earthquake Report. The tremors started with a massive 6.0 earthquake striking north of Arequipa, in Southern Peru. Therefore, he believes there is no great change from the crisis of fumaroles that he observed in February, because they continue at an altitude of between 400 and a thousand meters. In that sense, he said that the recent earthquakes are not “a detonator that indicates that the volcano will erupt.” –Peru this Week
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...-peru-caused-by-sabancaya-volcano


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Peru, Chile and Bolivia hit by floods
Feb. 9, 2013
 Torrential rain caused havoc along the Pacific coast side of South America, with flooding causing the deaths of at least six people in Peru.  Thousands  were left without electricity and drinking water.

In Chile, 4 million were hit by cuts to water supply blamed on landslides in San Jose de Maipo, south east of Santiago.  The landslides contaminated two rivers supplying the capital's water plants.  Last week, even Chile's Atacama desert, one of the driest places in the world, suffered with heavy rain.

Peru declared a state of emergency in Arequipa.
They had the equivalent of3 months of rain in 7 hours.
Torrential rain has also fallen over neighbouring Bolivia and crops lost to the rain.
Last week, Brazil announced it would send 500 tonnes of rice to aid Bolivians hit by the natural disaster.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-21399408


Peru snow state of emergency
Sep. 1, 2013
 Peru extended a state of emergency called to cope with unusually cold weather and heavy snowfall.  Tens of thousands of animals have frozen to death over the past week.  The cold front has also hit Peru's south-eastern neighbour, Bolivia, and Paraguay, where a combined total of five people have died.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-23916217


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Peru 7.2 earthquake
Sept. 25, 2013
 A 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck off Peru coast, and local media reported that some homes had crumbled near the quake.
A hill crumbled blocking a highway.
The quake shook buildings in Lima 313 miles away, and in northern Chile.
http://news.yahoo.com/magnitude-7...-coast-peru-damage-180823461.html
http://www.emsc-csem.org/Earthquake/earthquake.php?id=335905
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/usb000jzma#summary

Magnitude 7.2 EarthQuake  2013-09-25 11:42
Region: Off Coast of Peru, South America
Depth: 50
Source: GeoScience Australia
http://quakes.globalincidentmap.com


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Ubinas Volcano emits ash, smoke
February 5, 2014
– The Ubinas Volcano near the southern city of Arequipa in Peru has become active again after several months of minimal activity. The volcano is emitting columns made of ash, smoke, and steam, as well as registering seismic movements. Since Jan. 31, the volcano has reportedly experienced as many as 100 seismic events every day, including a Feb. 1 movement which lasted for seven hours. El Comercio reports that the various ash columns released by the volcano have reached heights from 700 to 2,000 meters. The volcano’s recent activity has been attributed to water seeping into the crater. When the water comes into contact with magma, the it turns into steam, which then creates pressure inside the crater. This pressure is what causes the volcano to expel ash. No damages have been reported as a result of the volcano’s most recent activity. A series of similar explosions in September created health problems for many local residents, some of whom suffered from headaches and gastrointestinal problems after breathing the silicon ash released by Ubinas. The Ubinas Volcano, located in the Moquegua region 70 kilometers outside of Arequipa, has displayed a sudden burst of activity. Prior to the September eruptions, the volcano had been dormant since 2009. –Peru this Week
http://www.peruthisweek.com/news-...binas-volcano-active-again-102154
http://theextinctionprotocol.word...haken-by-violent-spasm-of-tremors


Magnitude 6.2 earthquake strikes about 13 miles southeast of Paracas, Peru - @USGS
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Increased activity at Peru volcano
April 11, 2014  GEOLOGY
– Residents have fled villages near Peru’s Ubinas volcano, which this week began spitting out white-hot chunks of rock, some as big as 30cm in diameter. Domingo Ramos, a scientist from Peru’s mining institute, said the volcano reawakened several days ago. The renewed activity led the government to announce a state of emergency in the Andean region of Moquegua, some 1200km south of Lima. The region is home to some 40 volcanoes, most of which, unlike Ubinas, are dormant. Officials plan to distribute food, face masks and goggles to help those upwind of the volcano cope with airborne ash. -SMH
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Peru evacuates Ubinas volcano area
April 18, 2014
 Peru say they are evacuating people living near the Ubinas volcano, in the south of the country, because of increased activity.
30,000 animals, including alpacas, had to be moved (nice photo).
Officials said it would take three days to move 4,000 residents and their livestock to safer grounds.
Ubinas, Peru's most active volcano, recently began spewing ash clouds up to 4km (two miles) high.
Last week, the Peruvian government declared a state of emergency in the provinces closest to the volcano to help those most-affected.
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-27075323

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