Targeting Coronal Hole (CH507) which covers a large region across the solar corona. After analysis i have isolated (3°S - 6°N Latitude) for a potential 8.0 Magnitude Earthquake. Areas that could be in line for this event are: Nicobar Islands- India Region, Northern Sumatra-Indonesia, Nias Region- Indonesia, Moro Gulf/Mindanao Philippines, Celebes Sea or the Molucca Sea. Time frame March 16-18.
Targeting the southern extension of (CH507), and isolating the 36-41°S latitudes as the most likely area that could receive a 7.2 Magnitude Earthquake during this watch. Time frame March 17-19.Possible areas that could be affected are: North Island New Zealand, Bio-Bio Chile, Los Lagos Chile or the West Chile Rise.
6.8 EARTHQUAKE - OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN 3/14/12
TOKYO, March 14 (Reuters) - There were no immediate reports of damage after northern Japan was hit by an earthquake which the Japan Meteorological Agency said had a preliminary magnitude of 6.8.
The epicentre of the quake was in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of northern Japan, the agency said, adding that a tsunami warning for a wave with an estimated height of 50 cm had been issued.
On March 11, 2011, the country's northeast coast was struck by a magnitude 9 quake, the strongest in Japan on record, and a massive tsunami, which triggered the world's worst nuclear crisis in 25 years since Chernobyl. The disaster left up to 23,000 dead or missing.
M7.9 Solar Flare & HALO CME / Solar Watch March 14, 2012
M 7.9 SOLAR FLARE & HALO CME !! A strong M 7.9 Solar Flare was recorded from solar Active Region 11429 earlier today. A Halo CME was produced shortly after, and is expected to deliver a glancing blow to earths magnetic field sometime March 16th. Associated with this event were a R2 Radio Blackout and a Type II Radio Emission with a velocity of 1366 km/s was monitored. And a significant proton event is now in progress.
Tropical Cyclone Lua / Weather Watch March 14, 2012
Tropical Cyclone Lua Although Lua is currently moving north northwest, it is likely to take a more southeasterly track towards the east Pilbara coast and intensify during Thursday and Friday. Gales are not expected in coastal areas during today or Thursday, however gales could develop during Friday well ahead of the cyclone crossing the coast. A Tropical Low has moved into the Joseph Bonaparte Gulf. The low may develop into a tropical cyclone this morning before it crosses the coast between Wyndham and the NT/WA Border late morning or early this afternoon. GALES with gusts to 100 kilometres per hour may develop between Dundee Beach and Kalumburu during today. Tides will be HIGHER THAN NORMAL between Dundee Beach and Kalumburu, during today or tonight. Large waves may produce MINOR FLOODING of low-lying coastal areas. HEAVY RAIN is expected to cause significant stream rises and possible flooding of low lying areas in the Darwin-Daly and northern Victoria River Districts and Kimberley.