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Earth Daily | LIVE Weather, Earthquakes, Volcanoes with Alexandro Botelho 7/17/21

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good morning everyone and welcome to earth daily live my name is alessandro botella today is july 17th and we’ll be looking at all of the earthquake and volcanic activity happening around the world as well as the weather across the united states so we’ve got those three segments ready for you i’ll go ahead and begin with our first one that will be the weather across the u.s i’ll get that set up and be back in just a moment [Music] good morning everyone and welcome to weather daily for july 17th my name is alessandro botello and today in this video we’ll be looking at all the weather for the day across the united states and to do that we’re here at adventurescad.com which is a freely available weather application that you can find linked down below in the video description along with various other freely available weather related websites for the us and for the world and now on our left hand side is our weather feature list we’ll be covering that in this video and over on the right hand side is the color coded meter that corresponds to all the different colors on the map currently we’re looking at our temperature map here in the early morning morning as the sun is rising across the east coast we’ve got temperatures across the northeastern states and the northern halfs of those states at around 60 degrees and in the southern half much warmer actually right along the coast getting up into the high 60s low 70s and on the way down into delaware and new jersey you got 76 degrees there down that southeastern coast so mid 70s all the way into the southeastern states and about 72 to 73 degrees there along the gulf coast and then over in florida you’ve got mid to low 70s there texas you’ve got mid 70s to low 70s out in the west and then up through oklahoma and kansas up into nebraska high 60s low 70s there into southern or south dakota up into northern and western north dakota and eastern montana still pretty warm their high 60s around the great lakes you have a little bit cooler so temperatures there in the high 50s low 60s now heading back out over west into the northern rockies there in eastern or western montana and northern idaho temperatures in the mid 50s there down into southern idaho you’ve got around low 60s for the most part and then all throughout wyoming we’ve got around low 60s high 50s a little warmer there in eastern colorado high 60s and then dropping down to the mid 40s there in the mountains and then over in the west you’ve got high 50s all right in utah in the southeast low 60s there up in the northwest you’ve got high 70s so very warm around that dry lake bed outside of salt lake utah and then we’ll go ahead and check out washington and oregon so on that border in the southeast of washington you’ve got the mid to low 60s there a little cooler up north so high 40s low 50s and then down the center you’ve got some high 40s as well in the mountains mid to 40s actually and then on the coastline you’ve got 50 degrees all the way up and down the washington and oregon coast so still a little cooler there lots of those coastal breezes coming in and keeping things cooler southeastern oregon you’ve got temperatures in the low 60s now coming down into nevada temperatures in the low 60s and actually over in the northwest mid to high 50s there and then down into the central region to mid to high 60s and warming all the way up into the 80s there in the desert of southern nevada northern california today is about low to mid 50s and then in the central northern california low 60s there and pretty much high 50s all the way down to the valley where things start warming up into the low to mid 70s there in southern california you’ve got temperatures at about 80 mid 80s to high 80s over in southwestern arizona that is mid to high 80s as well so definitely seeing a pretty big difference temperatures continuing to decrease in this area getting some more breezes coming in you can see the winds turning in right by l.a cooling things off further inland as well as coming up from the baja california so that has definitely added in some reprieve for those temperatures a lot a little bit more moisture a cooling effect to those desert regions still very warm high 80s up to 90 degrees at the very most but definitely substantially lower than we have been seeing all right now all the precipitation starting over there in the east coast we’ve got quite a lot of it’s still there from northern louisiana about a tenth of an inch or so of rain in a three-hour period and all the way up to a quarter of an inch even a third of an inch of rain there in northern mississippi as well as western tennessee and then extending right up through kentucky you’ve got around a tenth of an inch of rain there all the way up into ohio where you got some very heavy rain so that is a half an inch at the least up to three quarters of an inch of rain there in north western ohio and then right into western pennsylvania and western new york getting about a quarter of an inch of rain as well so this is actually pretty substantial rain moving through the northeastern states you got a patch right there on vermont and new hampshire at about a third of an inch of rain in a three-hour period elsewhere in the united states you got a little patch over there in south dakota down into southern arizona so a lot of that moisture coming in off of the gulf of california and you’ve got a tenth of an inch of rain or so in that area with even some thunderstorms that’s a little monsoon seizing starting up in the southwest now the satellite view we’ll take a look at our cloud coverage and see where everything is across the united states so definitely some cloud coverage up there in the northeast across new york vermont new hampshire and maine pretty overcast there today and definitely that heavier rain coming through ohio and western pennsylvania currently winds look like they are taking that basically right up along the canadian u.s border so it’s going to follow right along there much of those northeastern states maybe a little clearer along the coastline but going inland you should be getting some pretty overcast weather and some actually substantial heavy rain in certain areas and if you’re interested in that any sort of severe weather advisories definitely recommend checking out your local weather but there’s a great link for that as well linked down below in the video description for any sort of flash flooding events and many other types of weather uh severe weather throughout the united states all right and then cloud coverage for the rest of the us pretty clear throughout most of the southeast you do have some moving across uh there in eastern arkansas over into mississippi and alabama a little bit of lighter cloud coverage there most of that is pretty light you will get some lighter rain about a tenth of an inch or less later on in the day and especially in the northern portions of those states we’ve got one right there in nebraska fairly cloudy very overcast there and a few little trailing ones throughout the southwest but those are pretty thin so the sun’s going to start heating those up very quickly and you’ll have a very sunny day for the most part there and then definitely we’re in the western states the rocky mountains the western states and the pacific northwest pretty clear as well except for right there along coastal washington coming into central washington almost with those fairly strong wind gusts pushing in a lot of moisture from out over there in the pacific all right now the wind gusts we’ll take a look over there off that western coast we’ve got them moving into washington at around 15 miles per hour and then down the coast around 20 picking up off of northern california up to 40 miles per hour there coming in through the gulf coast into southern texas at around 12 to 15 miles per hour as well as all along the gulf coast on average around 10 miles per hour there you do still have winds moving up through the central united states there in the midwest at around 20 miles per hour through the dakotas and then we’ve got a little bit of a low pressure you can kind of see that counterclockwise circulation there over south of the great lakes that’s where our heaviest rain is right there in ohio moving at around 15 miles per hour and then up the east coast at around 22 miles per hour so nothing really particularly strong but there definitely is some good movement across the united states right now checking out the air pressure we’ll go ahead and zoom out here so we can see all of the larger systems at place so we’ve got a kind of weakened high pressure system over here in the pacific even a little bit of low pressure right there in california pulling in some of that air from just off the coast we’ve got that low pressure up there off the coast of bc and that has been helping in increase the humidity and cloud coverage right there over western washington we’ve got a big high pressure up there in canada that has been sending in a lot of cool air to the country there so that has been creating a little bit of a low pressure right below it pulling up some of that warmer air from the united states but mixing a lot of that cold air from up north we’ve got kind of the same thing happened to a lesser degree right over there by the great lakes it’s actually came down from further north and canada and brought in some cooler temperatures to that region so that’s what we’ve got in the mid 50s here in the early morning rather than 60s and 70s that we see elsewhere and then we’ve got the high pressures over in the atlantic continuing to send in all those wind gusts through the caribbean and gulf coast and then up into southern united states so no big changes today definitely seeing a little bit of a weakening of the formation of the high pressure here over in the west coast allowing for some low pressures to pop up maybe we’ll get in some storms along the west coast soon watch out for that all right now the thunderstorms we’ll take a look at our cape in the gulf coast values are up to over 2 300 joules per kilogram there and then across the inland portions you get around 800 to 1 000 all the way from texas to florida and up the east coast so potential for some early morning thunderstorms there not particularly likely but it is possible and now all the wind shears between the different pressure systems you’ve got some wind shear on the edge of this high pressure sending up those winds along the atlantic and then you’ve got the high pressure right there by the great lakes and in between them and the low pressure you’re actually getting certain spots there south of toronto 20 to 30 meters per second wind shear there in southern maine you’re getting 20 to 30 as well moderate levels throughout the rest of the united states we’re checking out our cin now convective inhibition can be a good indicator of some more extreme weather we’ve got values there in southern missouri negative 300 joules per kilogram and actually quite a large area here on average there in the center united states 200 plus negative joules per kilogram over in southwestern texas getting up to negative 360. there in nebraska getting up to negative 500 and as well as over into the dakotas and eastern montana negative 300 negative 400 joules per kilogram there our lifted index showing where a lot of that warmer air is concentrated you can see that big gap right there in the over the great lakes pretty cool there compared to the surrounding areas and then very warm coming into the southern states and you got a patch right there in western kansas trailing all the way up there into southern saskatchewan where you got some of that low pressure forming pulling up a lot of that warmer air from the united states in that direction to meet all that cool air and kind of balance things out and we’ll now check out the helicity measuring the potential for vortices of wind to be forming in the atmosphere so we do have some moderate levels there in nebraska 200 meters squared per second squared not very likely to see any tornadoes there but it is a potential so you can always check out your local weather when you see these darker reds for helicity but definitely very very windy conditions over there along the canada us border all throughout new york values over 500 meters square per second squared there so very strong windy conditions not sure if there would be any tornadoes all the way up in new york but there is a great link for that down below in the video description either way there is some very rainy weather very overcast and the winds are moving very strong and they’re moving at several different directions so circulating around each other going to be some pretty turbulent conditions with this storm system as it moves through the northeast all right now the humidity starting over in the west coast where we’ve got those winds pushing in so it’s actually added in quite a lot of humidity throughout the pacific northwest got around 90 to 100 there along the coast and actually still around 80 to 90 inland and then in the west around 60 percent there so definitely very recently we just had a little strip basically of that maybe one-fifth of the state of washington oregon had that humidity but the winds have been very consistent thanks to this low pressure up there to the north has been helping to kind of drag those into the more of those inland regions of washington and oregon so definitely increasing the humidity there down into california not as much a little bit northern california on average along the coast around 70 to 80 percent as we come into inland to california central and nevada 40 to 30 percent there all throughout the rockies on average around 50 percent down into the southwest we’ve got around 60 to 70 and then moving over into texas rising up to around 90 percent there along the southeast that is 90 to 100 percent up into the northeast 90 to 100 percent as well and around the great lakes 90 percent over in the midwest about 80 percent there all right the waves off the west coast they are coming in around four to five feet off of washington’s coast as well as oregon picking up there off of northern and central california seven to eight feet and then over there in the gulf coast we’ve got two feet from texas to louisiana then dropping down to about a foot to well just over a foot there along there louisiana from to florida up the east coast of florida two and a half feet we’ll say one to one and a half basically all the way up to maine total snow coverage in the united states just checking and no snow coverage at this time so we’ll check out all of our air quality now this is the pm 2.5 so the very small and fine particulates we’ve got values there of from these fires burning in the western states 90 plus micrograms per cubic meter in northern california uh into northwestern nevada you got 30 to 50 there we’ve got fires burning across central idaho as well as into western montana 80 to 90 over 100 micrograms per cubic meter there and a little bit there and in northeastern oregon 70 micrograms per cubic meter on average and now the pm10 these are the larger sized particulates so dust and sand will be included in a lot of this so lots of these ones that we’re seeing in the southwest more likely dust and sand than they are fires but we’ll double check that later on we’ve got values there around 50 to 60 micrograms per cubic meter in southern california up into southern nevada as well as a bit blowing around in northeastern arizona we’ve got patches in utah and everything that we saw with our pm 2.5 very much the same placement so very likely to be fires for those values around 50 to 60 micrograms per cubic meter throughout all these areas and now the nitrogen dioxide produced by vehicular emissions primarily but can also be generated by certain fires depending what they’re burning and you got over in the bay area around san francisco and oakland 12 to 13 micrograms per cubic meter there la is at around 20 plus micrograms per cubic meter and getting a lot of the other cities showing up everything in between around two and now the sulfur dioxide produced mainly by manufacturing and mining operations but you do have sometimes a little pops of geologic activity as well not right seeing anything for quite some time throughout most of 2021 in the united states has not been too many indications of sulfur dioxide coming from the ground once in a while we’re getting one over there in utah but again since maybe march or so i really haven’t seen that there but although we’ve got a few little clouds of sulfur dioxide one to two micrograms per cubic meter in certain areas the ozone levels have definitely been increasing but today they actually significantly less we’ve got values around 80 to 90 micrograms per cubic meter there from southern california up through nevada into idaho as well as wyoming and montana no big changes there but definitely a little bit of a drink decrease in the concentration of that day to day and now checking out the dust and sand we’ve got values there throughout much of the western state so you can see a bit of an overlap where there would be fires with a lot of windier conditions in the southwest but some moderate levels of that dust and sand in the driest regions definitely the humidity has increased quite a bit actually throughout new mexico arizona and even utah so there’s a little bit less of that floating around even with some stronger winds but we’ve got around 40 micrograms per cubic meter in those areas and now the carbon monoxide this is a great indication of manufacturing activity primarily but also a great indication of larger fires we’ve got values there on the border with montana and idaho around 300 ppb which is parts per billion by volume and you can see some of these darker spots showing up exactly where we’ve got the pm 2.5 earlier on in this list so very likely some larger fires going on there you can check out more about those and all the deals details for those fires listed down below in the video description got higher levels of carbon monoxide across the northern midwest that had been getting a lot actually blown in recently from there in canada you can see a lot of that purple up there lots of large large fires happening in canada still and us just depending on the winds that can shift and bring some of that into the us we’ve got 240 plus ppb over there in north dakota and minnesota and around the great lakes we’ve got around 240 as well some elevated levels over there in new york city that is not a fire that’s just new york you’ve got 400 parts per billion by volume and some higher levels there off that southern coast of maine so depending on the way the winds shift they can catch all that pollution from the cities of the eastern coast and then kind of push it up towards maine 200 plus ppb there all right everybody so that is our weather report for today coming up next wednesday or this coming wednesday we’ll be doing another episode of cooking at home this is live homemade cooking at 6 pm central daylight time so you’re welcome to come out and enjoy those delicious meals presented to you here on youtube looking forward to that one so thanks again for watching today have a great day and i’ll see you tomorrow up next we’ve got the volcanoes good morning everyone and welcome to the live show thank you everyone very well for coming very much for coming out this morning it’s good to see everyone i’ll go ahead and get our volcano segment ready and i will be right back [Music] good morning everyone and welcome to volcanoes daily for july 17th my name is alessandra patello and today in this video we’ll be looking at all the volcanic earthquakes volcanic activity happening all over the world in the previous 24 hours and to do that we’re here at volcano discovery.com which is a freely available website you can find it linked down below in the video description so if at any point you’d like to find out more details about any of these volcanoes you can do so right there the map will bring you to this the link will bring you to this map which has all of the active volcanoes from the previous 10 000 years all the way from dormant status currently to currently erupting status which are the red colored volcanoes on the map and we’ll go ahead and start with those over in southeast asia and oceania seeing if there’s been any changes in the last 24 hours to their type of activity and then we’ll get some more detailed uh information at the most active ones in the previous day all right over at yasser volcano in vanuatu that is a volcanic cash advisor there in place since the 27th of august even though that’s an older date it is a current advisory because it’s been exhibiting that type of activity throughout that entire period of time it just hasn’t changed the type of activity that it’s been doing at louitello volcanic ash advisor there in place since the 6th of july summer volcanic ash advisor in place since 9th of june merapi volcano pyroclastic flows continue to generate those phoenix clouds that is on june 30th and cinnabon explosion triggered pyroclastic flows that was on the 16th of july i believe that is a new update within the last 24 hours so we should get some more information on that towards the end of the video over at ebu volcano volcanic ash advisor there since the 7th of january we also have ducono volcano volcanic cash advisor there in place since the 22nd of april checking out all of our orange ones actually just a few of them in the region starting with tall volcano elevated seismic activity more than 180 earthquakes there that was on july 14th moving up into southern japan with sunozima volcanic ash advisor there updated on the 15th of july sakurajima volcanic ash advisor since the 27th of april sarajev peak we’ve got volcanic ash advisor there since july first and at abco volcanic ash advisor since the 22nd of june and at kirimitsky recent eruption on the 14th of july volcanic ash advisory from that and shiva looch lava dome dolph of two started to collapse on the 28th of may heading over into africa and the mediterranean we’ve got piton de la fonies to the east of madagascar effusive eruptions slowing down on the 11th of march and over at niragango in the drc volcanic ash advisor there since the 27th of may er to ole in ethiopia active lava lake there at the summit crater since june 2020 and then up into the mediterranean and sicily volcanic ash advisory at aetna volcano since the 28th of may stromboli volcano continuing lava flow updated on the 15th of july and fogger dalsiak in southwestern iceland a monthly eruption summary has started erupting some lava fountaining coming out of the volcano started up again and now into central chile at nevado station volcanic ash advisor there in place since the 9th of june and at savannah kaya volcanic ash advisor since the 17th of june sun guy volcano volcanic ash advisor since the 3rd of june reventador volcanic advisor since the 31st of may and now coming into northern south america central america and mexico starting there in colombia at navarro del ruiz volcanic cash advisor in place since the 14th of june at rincon de la vieja in costa rica that is ongoing hydrothermal explosion since the 6th of july at messiah volcano minor asphalt since 2019 and into guatemala pakaya volcanic advisor this is the 19th of may and fuego volcano volcanic ash advisor since the 3rd of july so even though we haven’t heard too much of these in the past couple of months they still have been very active in particular fuego has been having very very consistent eruptions with plumes going up to about fifteen thousand feet all right at santiaguito to the north volcanic ash advisor there since the 16th of december and popocatepetl outside of mexico city volcanic ash advisor since the 6th of july all right so those are our volcanoes worldwide we’ll check out a little bit more information on those right now over at the volcano discovery dot com website starting with karamski in kamchatka russia explosive activity continues with the volcanic ash advisory for a plume rising up to seven thousand feet there shivalooch in kamchatka also up to the north of um kirimitsky explosive activity continues the volcanic ash advisor for plume rising up to 12 000 feet there ebiko also just right by kamchatka south of konchaka volcanic ash advisory issued suinos jima in southern japan so lots happening over in that part of the world volcanic ash advisory today luatolo in the southern indonesia the lesser sunda islands volcanic ash advisory there popocatepetl in mexico outside of mexico city volcanic ash advisory for plume rising up to 20 000 feet pretty consistent with that one in popocatepetl hasn’t been every day but every once in a while we will be getting an eruption about that size and there was a period about a month and a half ago where it was doing that every day for a few weeks fuego in guatemala explosive activity continues the volcanic ash advisor for a plume rising up to sixteen thousand feet sangai and ecuador ex volcanic ash advisor there and reventador explosive activity continues with a volcanic ash advisory for a plume rising up to sixteen thousand feet sabana kaya and southern peru explosive activity continues with the volcanic ash advisory for plume rising up to 22 000 feet so very consistent activity there at in peru ecuador and guatemala starting to get another larger episode there in popocatepetl that is the second in the last week or so so a little bit of an increase for that one showing up on our list but no big changes to it and then definitely a big increase over there in eastern russia so we’ve got three volcanoes and then actually four if you include the one there in southern japan kind of along that same tectonic plate boundary uh right there in the western and northwestern pacific so definitely has been some very active regions there with some larger earthquakes in the past week or so and now we’re getting some larger uh volcanic activity too so we’ll keep watching that but that is going to do it for our volcano report for today coming up tonight at 7 pm we’ve got writings on the wall live poetry and creative writing show where i present the writings from people from around the world you’re welcome to come out and enjoy the show as well as submit your own writings you can always email me at diversetv.yt gmail.com and i’ll be happy to include them on the next show so thanks again for watching have a great day and up next we’ve got our earthquakes good morning everyone and welcome to the live show thank you very much for coming out i’ll go ahead and get our earthquake segment ready right now and i’ll be right back [Music] good morning everyone and welcome to earthquakes daily for july 17th my name is alessandro botello and today in this video we’ll be looking at all the earthquake activity happening over the previous 24 hours around the world and to do that we’re here at the usgs the united states geological survey and then we’ll head over to volcano discovery.com which is an awesome website that combines about a dozen different resources and data sets from around the world from countries around the world and puts them all into one map so together these two resources will give us a great indication of what’s been happening in the last day starting with the usgs our map is currently set to 2.5 and greater magnitude starting over in southeast asia and oceania and then we’ll move around from there in the kermadec island region that is a 5.3 and we’ve even got a 5.5 up there in fiji off that eastern coast of papua new guinea that is a 4.3 down into southern indonesia 4.3 central indonesia this red dot indicating a very uh recent earthquake in the last 30 minutes actually right there at sulawesi island that is a 4.4 to the northeast of the philippines that is a 5.0 and some more earthquakes off the coast of taiwan has been very consistent there 4.3 today south of japan that is a 4.2 aftershock from the 5.5 yesterday up in the northeast we’ve got a 4.4 there and now just scanning up into russia nothing at this time so coming over into central asia they’re in the takalamakan desert of western china that is a 4.3 and there in northern afghanistan into tajikistan that is a 4.3 as well and to africa nothing at this time nothing in europe and heading up into the arctic nothing there so we’ll come on down towards antarctica where we’ve got one over by the south sandwich island region that is a 5.7 pretty large one there we’ll go ahead and actually zoom into um northern argentina and chile got a big cluster of earthquakes so let’s see in northwestern argentina that is a 4.4 as well as a 4.3 we’ve got a 4.2 up into northern chile that is a 4.7 in southern bolivia 4.4 so very have not had a big cluster of fours like this in south america for quite some time so that’s a very active day there into northern peru as well even getting a 5.2 so lots happening in south america today over in the caribbean there off that southeastern coast of dominican republic 3.9 southwestern coast of puerto rico 2.7 into the northeast by angela that is a 4.0 all right heading up into the contiguous united states i’m going to start with that interesting looking one over there off the coast of florida that is a 3.9 another experimental explosion off the coast of florida so they did that not too long ago very close in the same area off the coast of georgia i believe that was the military exploding some things out there in the water and they’re doing it again so that’s a 3.9 today that is a massive explosion to generate a 3.9 earthquake all right everybody so keeping that one in mind and now over into texas that is a 3.0 they’re at mckinney acres we also have a 3.1 in koyanosa texas and then up into mammoth wyoming that is a 3.6 over into idaho that is a 2.5 in stanley idaho down into southern texas at searles valley that is a 2.6 up to the north at meena nevada 3.0 we’ve also got a 3.5 in smith valley and then off the coast of oregon that is a 2.7 heading up into alaska now we’ve got a couple of larger ones down here to the south that is a 4.0 as well as a 4.0 and looking like another three right on the other side of it if we zoomed in some more an aftershock there and let’s see north west northwest from anandwalk that is a 2.5 we also have a 2.7 by 7 by sudden alpine up to the north that is a 2.7 in cantwell as well as a 2.5 in mckinley park we’ve got a 2.6 in petersville and a 2.7 down to the south west as well as a 2.8 up there in living good pretty cool name all right now over in hawaii very zero activity there for 2.5 and greater we’ll check out all of our smaller ones 1.0 and greater just for the us and then we’ll see what’s happening around the rest of the world after that so we’ve got several over here in the big island of hawaii 2.4 got a 2.42 and another one right there on the other side of it about the same magnitude earthquake big cluster actually right there in oklahoma look at that at least half a dozen uh 2.0 at the most 2.3 right there in southern kansas with a few other one point high ones over there got several there in southwestern texas we’ve got the ones that we already covered up there in idaho and montana and a couple over there in washington and actually an increase in before i zoom in but we do have a an increase in frequency in alaska very slightly no big changes but definitely watching out for some larger earthquakes as we had them not too far off over there in eastern russia lots of fives there recently today we’ve got a couple of fours but no big changes at this time but i do want to zoom into california and nevada definitely seeing a bit of an increase there so right there along that border getting some larger magnitude earthquakes there the largest today 3.0 is 3.5 actually but not a huge difference just saw a little bit of an increase and a little bit of moderate sized earthquakes in that region a little more than we normally see then definitely there in texas and oklahoma very interesting cluster there and let’s not forget about that big explosion off the coast of florida all right so now heading over into the volcano discovery.com website so we’ll do the same thing starting off with all of our 4.0 and greater earthquakes in the last 24 hours over in southeast asia and oceania and then we’ll check out all of these smaller ones as we go around the world from there all right so we actually have a couple of big ones there to the north of new zealand starting off with a 5.1 in the kermadec island region we also have a 5.5 there in the fiji tonga samoa region and over into papua new guinea that’s a 4.3 all of our 3.00 and greater just a few we got a few actually down in the southwest in new zealand new zealand 3.0 3.4 up into the north we’ve got a 3.4 and a 3.0 and up to the north we’ve got a 3.9 out there in the ocean and then all of our two is still reduced frequency so much less of these earthquakes throughout new zealand recently uh recently but still clustering up there in the north island getting a couple down here into the south we’ve got one over in western australia that is a 2.6 there checking out southeast asian just from a glance looking very very light on the frequency for earthquakes but we’ll start with our fours so we got the 4.3 and the band to see we’ve got the 4.4 in sulawesi and over to the northwest that’s a 4.3 there and we’ve got a couple of big ones 4.0 there off that southeastern coast of philippines as well as a 5.2 to the east of the philippines off the coast of taiwan that is a 3.9 or 4.3 and then all the 3.0 is in greater we’ve just got three of them right there in off the southeastern coast of the philippines as well as a 3.1 down to the south and a couple over here off the coast of sumatra 3.7 and a 3.4 2.0 in greater we’ve got them clustered in southern philippines as well as right up through the northern philippines and they’re on the central indonesia by sulawesi islands getting several there but this is really really small activity for southeast asia the magnitude is staying pretty consistent for what it’s been but the frequency of the smaller earthquakes is just dwindling down to very very little with only a few 3.0 and really just a couple of clusters of those two staying consistent in the philippines but other than that very little activity through the region into japan we’ll start with our 4.0 and greater we’ve got them clustered where that 5.5 was yesterday 4.2 and a 4.4 and coming inland actually in the heda mountain region that is a 4.1 up to the northeast that is a 4.4 now all of our 3.0 is in greater getting some aftershocks there to the south of japan and up to the northeast we’ve got 3.4 or 3.1 and down to the south by our volcanically active region that is a 3.1 a 3.0 and a 3.9 all the 2.0 in greater you got them up that northern eastern coast not coming inland so just along the coast you got four or five there and a 2.5 off to the northwest and into central asia we’ve got one along the himalayas there in by nepal that is a 3.1 in the taklamakan desert 4.3 tajikistan 4.3 and then into iran in the east that is a 2.9 in central iran 3.6 and a 2.6 and a couple of 3.5s right there in central iran all right checking out africa before we go into the mediterranean we’ve got one right there actually a couple of little ones to the north of madagascar the largest being a 2.5 down into south africa in the east that is a 2.6 and over into the west you got a 2.3 there up into the mediterranean all of our 4.0 in greater zero looking at our 3.00 in greater we’ve got one right there in southern turkey 3.2 and a cluster off the southwestern coast of turkey as well up to the northwest you get a 3.1 still ongoing activity right there by crete that is around 3.0 you also have a couple right there 3.0 southern greece getting a 3.5 central italy by norsie that is a 3.0 northern algeria 3.0 and over there in the coastal region of morocco 3.7 and now all the 2.0 we’ve got them clustered between greece and turkey extending up through central europe through albania uh macedonia and then there into bosnia and herzegovina i believe are montenegro and then we also have several here off that southern and eastern coast of italy and up into northern italy getting a couple of small ones eastern france got a 2.0 there and then right on over into the iberian peninsula off the coast of morocco 2.0 southern southwestern spain 2.5 up on the north you got a 1.8 south of portugal 2.5 and a cluster of twos right there heading over towards that mid-atlantic ridge southern iceland you’ve got a 2.6 and up to the north a 2.0 but very very light small magnitudes throughout europe today frequencies staying about where it’s been a little bit lower though so very very quiet in europe heading up into the arctic not too much going on there nothing seismically so we’ll head down down towards the antarctic where we’ve got the big 5.7 in the south sandwich island region and now coming into south america where we actually saw a lot of those fours with the usgs we’ll start with those and we’ve got the cluster right there so up in northwestern argentina northern chile and southern bolivia as well as over here in ecuador we’ll add that one in we’ve got the 5.2 pretty close to that the 4.2 pretty close to the 5.2 and now all the 3.0 is in greater you got a cluster north of santiago 3.3 is there off that coast 3.5 up to the north a little bit 3.33.3 and a 3.8 and then at a cluster where we’ve got our fours there in northwestern argentina and northern chile all the 2.0 and greater some more right there north of santiago as well as into argentina over in the san luis region and then up to the north as well getting a few twos there and checking out the rest of south america off the coast of venezuela 3.3 and a 2 3.3 there so two of them and ongoing activity the largest hey that we got a 4.0 and the cool thing is you can actually click on these so that is a usgs reporting that very interesting i didn’t see that on the usgs but you can click on these earthquakes and see who reported it and the other agencies reporting it and what magnitude they sent it at and you can get some great detailed information from where this data is coming from but that is a 4.0 over there in angular and then we also have to the south a 2.9 there by the british virgin islands also reported by the usgs and you’ve got several other 2.0 range earthquakes there to the west of puerto rico so actually actually 3.9 we’ve got a 2.9 there over in eastern dominican republic 3.2 to the north of 3.7 we got a couple of threes there to the south of haiti all right and then into central america and mexico all our 4.0 and greater we’ve just got three of them right across southern mexico 4.1 a 4.1 and a 4.0 and now all the 3.0 in greater we’ve got at least a dozen of those extending right on down the coast for the most part low to mid range threes you’ve got one over here inland and uh western mexico 3.9 there now off the coast of guatemala that is a 3.2 as well as a 3.2 over by west of chikimula guatemala and we also have a 3.0 there and off the coast of el salvador and a 3.2 off the coast of nicaragua and then by costa rica 3.7 2.0 is in greater i don’t even didn’t even see any oh there we go they popped up there’s a couple so off that southern coast of mexico 2.8 and you got a couple over here by costa rica and nicaragua and we’ll go ahead and check out the united states just to double check all the information here so again that explosion so yeah that’s 3.9 there off the coast of florida but no new information to add in from what we already saw with the usgs so we’ll go ahead and zoom out here nothing up in canada at this time so looking at the world on a whole definitely seeing a little bit reduced activity still throughout new zealand some larger earthquakes happening up to the north though in the rest of oceania a couple of fives there in southeast asia very very quiet this is generally the most active region in the world and over the past couple of uh over the past month it’s actually gotten very quiet in particular the last week it’s really even started to drop down more and japan staying pretty consistent some moderate-sized earthquakes lower frequency of earthquakes than we have been seeing uh over in central asia no big changes there still pretty quiet from what we’ve been used to seeing for 2021 across middle east and mediterranean very quiet as well lowered frequency of the smaller earthquakes very few larger earthquakes and then getting some more movement around the antarctic plate so it’s a 5.7 there it’s an important one to be aware of some more increased activity in south america with several floors clustering together there in northern chile and then some larger earthquakes up to the north in peru very consistent activity throughout central america and mexico some moderate range size earthquakes there and a little a pretty significant increase in the last day anyways in the caribbean more back to what we’ve been used to seeing for the past couple of months and consistent activity in alaska and the contiguous united states little larger earthquakes there south of alaska so potential for more of those in the near future and then throughout the contiguous u.s about the same frequency a little bit of an increase and definitely a spreading out further and further east that’s become pretty consistent recently and a very interesting 3.9 experimental explosion off the coast of florida all right everybody so that is our earthquake update for day today thank you very much for watching have a great day and i’ll see you tomorrow bye [Music] 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Earth Daily | LIVE Weather, Earthquakes, Volcanoes with Alexandro Botelho 7/17/21
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