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Earth Alerts is a Windows-based application that allows you to monitor in near real-time a variety of natural hazard events that are occurring anywhere around the world. Alert notifications, reports, and imagery provide the user with a convenient way to view natural phenomenon as they occur, whether close to home or some far-flung corner of the globe!

Earth Alerts uses a variety of online resources provided by organizations such as the National Weather Service, U.S. Geological Survey and Smithsonian Institution (just to name a few), to identify what sort of activities “Mother Earth” is currently dishing out on the planet.

To use Earth Alerts, you simply select the specific natural hazards — earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanoes, tropical cyclones, wildfires, landslides, severe weather, local weather, etc. — and the locations that interest you. The application will then automatically retrieve the latest information from various live data feeds available on the Internet and present it to you in a convenient arrangement of reports, maps and images.

Earth Alerts has been available to the general public since 2005. In that time it has undergone a number of significant enhancements. As a hobby, a one-man production and a labor of love, conceiving the ideas and creating Earth Alerts have been a (time-consuming) pet project over the past few years!

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The beast of an earthquake that rattled Mexico in September of last year has turned out to be even more unusual than we knew. Not only did it hit magnitude 8.2 and produce strange lights in the sky, seismologists have now revealed it also cracked a tectonic plate all the way through.

“If you think of it as a huge slab of glass, this rupture made a big, gaping crack,” seismologist Diego Melgar of the University of Oregon told National Geographic. “All indications are that it has broken through the entire width of the thing.”

The Tehuantepec, or Puebla-Morelos earthquake took place in the Pacific Ocean off the west coast of Mexico. All along that coast is a tectonic border, between the Cocos Plate in the ocean, and the North American, Caribbean, and Panama Plates that make up the Central American land mass. As such, the region is no stranger to quakes and tremors as the edge of the Cocos Plate moves beneath the continental plates.

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But the Tehuantepec quake on September 7, and the slightly smaller magnitude 7.1 quake that followed on September 19, were both a rare type of “bending” earthquake. These start off normally, with the tectonic plates colliding, and one starting to slip down underneath the other.

“But then, just as [the Cocos Plate] begins to jut underneath the Mexican mainland, the plate – which is made of dense, heavy rocks – reverses course. It bends upward, sliding itself horizontally beneath the plate Mexico sits on top of. This setup continues for about 125 miles [200 km] or so,” Melgar and Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México seismologist Xyoli Pérez-Campos explained for The Conversation last month.

“Then, underneath Puebla state – just south of Mexico City – at a depth of about 30 miles [48km] below ground, the subducted plate abruptly changes direction once more. It dives almost vertically downward, plunging itself deep into the Earth’s mantle.”

Again, though, the Tehuantepec quake was different. When you bend an object, the outside stretches, while the inside is compressed. So it stands to reason that an intraplate earthquake rupture would only affect the top part of the tectonic plate.

But Melgar and his team found that the Cocos Plate ruptured even through the bottom part of the tectonic plate, to the part that should have been compressing.

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This was at a depth of about 80 kilometres (50 miles), so the very bottom edge of the tectonic plate. And that’s another problem. At the bottom of the tectonic plate, temperatures reach 1,100 degrees Celsius (2,012 Fahrenheit). This should make the rock too squishy and elastic to rupture – yet according to the team’s data, rupture it did.

Why did all this happen? The team’s paper puts forth two explanations. The first is that the gravitational force pulling the tectonic plate downwards is pulling it with enough force to counteract the rock’s squashed and squishy state.

The second is that seawater could be playing a role too – seeping down into the fault, bringing cooler temperatures and reactions with the minerals in the rock to increase brittleness.


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  • Google Earth™ integration provides visualizations of recent earthquake events, volcanoes, tropical cyclones, wildland fires, and severe weather warnings. Google Earth™ integration also provides high-resolution views of any user-selected U.S. or Global location
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