A series of large earthquake has occurred (and is still occurring) in South Japan.
The earthquakes so far topped out at M7.1, with swarms of M5.0 to
M6.0 range “aftershocks” spreading out across the region to nearby
adjacent volcanic locations.
Make note of the “line” or progression of earthquakes which shows
over the past three days since the original M6.5 earthquake struck.
The movement began at the Southwest tip of the island, and has
progressed Northeast, but the overall movement actually progressed from
NE to SW.
Update April 16, 2016 1130am CT : Now Japanese officials
have come out and confirmed that the location in question across Kyushu
has moved 97cm (38 inches to the Southwest), and risen 23cm (9 inches).
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