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Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

RE: Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

I thought it was a 8.2 Magnitude !!!

RE: Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

At our southern power plant our seismology machines would pick up earthquakes in California. amazing how far the impulse travels

All I know is P/A and Mc/I

RE: Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

And geologists will tell you that earthquake or seismic activity in one region on of the earth will not affect other seismic fault or volcanic regions.

Bull. It's all energy related.

Mike McCann, PE, SE (WA)


RE: Alaska EQ affects Florida water well levels

I suspect that if it can be detected with any significant vibration, it may be able to shake a fault a bit... If it can affect the watertable, it can likely lubricate a fault.

Dik

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