Earthquakes in Pahala

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Earthquakes in Pahala

Post by LoriWinters » Wed Sep 11, 2019 11:57 am

"I noticed some interesting activity in a place everyone is used to seeing earthquakes occur.

As we all know, Pahala is an area where we see a lot of earthquakes in the 20 mile deep range.

I've been tracking the earthquakes on the island going back many years and noticed an uptick in activity below Pahala."
This article was posted on Hawaii Tracker by : Naethan Guette
September 9 at 7:43 PM


https://www.facebook.com/groups/hawaiit ... 622923519/

This isn't a scientific study but we have all talked about this many times, I thought it was pretty interesting that he did all of this and I wanted to share with all of you....

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