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Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Update Coquimbo (Chile) tide gage : appears that largest tsunami wave (4+ m) arrived more than one hour after initial wave"

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Update Coquimbo (Chile) tide gage : appears that largest tsunami wave (4+ m) arrived more than one hour after initial wave"

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Good information/maps of Chilean tsunami heights from Emergency Response Coordination Centre:  http://erccportal.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Maps/Daily-maps#

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Good information/maps of Chilean tsunami heights from Emergency Response Coordination Centre: http://erccportal.jrc.ec.europa.eu/Maps/Daily-maps#

Jascha Polet‏ @CPPGeophysics· Seismicity map of La Habra sequence (to go with today's [29 Mar 2014] earthquake) with blue outline (Jascha says: "not best looking map I've ever made, but hey, I'm on vacation")

Jascha Polet‏ @CPPGeophysics· Seismicity map of La Habra sequence (to go with today's [29 Mar 2014] earthquake) with blue outline (Jascha says: "not best looking map I've ever made, but hey, I'm on vacation")

m 6.0 earthquake Italy may 2012 by Jasha Polet.  There are many great photos on the flickr site of Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia's photostream	 http://www.flickr.com/photos/ingv/7306787340/in/photostream/ recording the widespread collapse of brick buildings and sand blows from vents and fissures

m 6.0 earthquake Italy may 2012 by Jasha Polet. There are many great photos on the flickr site of Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia's photostream http://www.flickr.com/photos/ingv/7306787340/in/photostream/ recording the widespread collapse of brick buildings and sand blows from vents and fissures

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Busy afternoon at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park.

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "Busy afternoon at Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park.

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "One of Yellowstone's less famous spots, still beautiful though - with alternating beds of rhyolite and basalt.

Jascha Polet on Twitter: "One of Yellowstone's less famous spots, still beautiful though - with alternating beds of rhyolite and basalt.

Twitter / CPPGeophysics: Cross-section through historical seismicity for June 23rd (2014) M7.9 Alaska quake - yes, it's a subduction zone.

Twitter / CPPGeophysics: Cross-section through historical seismicity for June 23rd (2014) M7.9 Alaska quake - yes, it's a subduction zone.

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