This Monday, May 9, a magnitude 4.5 earthquake was felt. The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued.
This Monday, early May 9th, an earthquake shook the region between the Allies north of Pui-de-Dome and Ars-les-Favets. The quake, which measured 4.5 on the Richter scale, was felt by some residents and was similar to that of Saint-Christ’s residence in Comprehension: “The loud noise coming from the ground, like the big bang that shook the house, was an earthquake? I was the only one who heard and felt it? It was not a plane because the noise came from the ground.”
In fact, Jean Battaglia, Scientific Manager of the Auvergne Seismic Network, confirms that an earthquake has actually been recorded and is far more intense than the most common: “The epicenter was reported below the Pacific Ocean floor, however; no tsunami alert was issued. 4.5, which is not usual.
Despite its exceptional power, this earthquake is not dangerous: “It’s a small earthquake, but it’s not a big earthquake. You have to put it in perspective. I think so, but I can not go on about it.
However, the quake was not actually as strong as the first estimates, Jean Pataclia notes: “It’s a local quantity, which is often overestimated compared to the actual quantities that are more difficult to calculate. We often go down to a point where, for example, one can think of magnitude 4. Awur is a seismic land, although often invisible: “The Combrailles are an important part of the process. There are several privileged seismic zones in the Auvergne, including the main zone Combrailles., Says seismologist. All information about this Event Available at the BCSF Renass site, the national site for earthquake information in France.
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