Monthly Archives: March 2011
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck north-east Burma on Thursday 24th March 2011 with a depth of just 6.2 miles (10km). According to the USGS the epicentre of the earthquake was 70 miles (110km) away from the city of Chiang Rai … Continue reading
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake has hit north-eastern Burma. The epicenter was just six miles deep, according to the US Geological Survey causing strong to violent shaking.
The Magnitude 9 Earthquake that struck Japan on 11th March 2011 not only caused severe damage, it resulted in a huge Tsunami that devastated many parts the country killing over 400 people and forcing nearly half a million people having … Continue reading
A magnitude 8.9 earthquake has hit the north east coast of Honshu, Japan causing total devastation in numerous regions. A state of emergency has been declared. The earthquake struck at 2:46pm local time, with the depth of 24.4 km, 231 … Continue reading
A huge earthquake measuring 8.9 has stuck off the coast of north eastern Japan. The quake hit about 250 miles from Tokyo with the tremors shaking many parts of Japan and surrounding areas. A 10 meter Tsunami has hit the … Continue reading
350 people have now been reported to have died in the devastating tornadoes that struck the Southern US States on Wednesday 27th April. It was just a few weeks ago when a reported 240 deadly tornadoes killed 45 people and … Continue reading