Could the Seismic Activity in Central and South America Affect the Cascadia Fault Line?

Thursday, April 3, 2014
By Paul Martin

Chris Carrington
The Daily Sheeple
April 3rd, 2014

In just 48 hours, South America has been rocked by volcanic explosions and a series of earthquakes.

The news has been full of the 8.2 magnitude quake that struck Chile, but since then they have suffered 27 more quakes of magnitude 5+, three of which were more than 6+ and a 7.6 not long ago at 0553 GMT. On top of this there have been literally dozens of minor quakes.

Panama has had two 6+ quakes some hours apart and numerous smaller shocks. El Salvador, Argentina and Mexico have both experienced 4.2+ tremblors in the last 24 hours and Puerto Rico is currently experiencing smaller quakes of a magnitude between 2 and 3.

Ubina volcano in Peru, quiet for four decades, is throwing up ash which has forced the evacuation of several villages around the base of the mountain.

Ubina is not alone. Reventador in Peru is also erupting as are volcanoes in Mexico (Colima) and Guatemala (Santa Maria, Fuego and Pacaya). Another dozen are showing minor activity and a further 16 are marked as showing signs of unrest. You can see the full list here.

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