M 7.1 offshore Honshu Japan

Extensional earthquake in Pacific plate “up-dip” of the 11 March 2011 Tohoku-Oki earthquake.

Here is the USGS page.

Here is the moment tensor:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is a map of the epicenter and Japan:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is a map of the epicenter and Japan with historic seismicity (dominated by 2011):
M7.3 Honshu

Here is a zoomed in map of the epicenter and Japan with the “did you feel it” overlay on land:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is a zoomed in map of the epicenter and Japan with the Intensity Contours plotted:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is the usgs map for the region:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is what it looks like on HSU’s Benioff (photo credit to Amanda Admire):
M7.3 Honshu

Here is the national tsunami warning center information bulletin:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is the Japan Meteorological Society Page
All warnings and advisories have been lifted It appears that small (~30cm) waves were recorded along the coast in Japan.

Here is the moment tensor page:
M7.3 Honshu

Here is the PAGER page:
M7.3 Honshu

Category(s): College Redwoods, earthquake, education, geology, plate tectonics, subduction, tsunami

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