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Myanmar-Manipur,India Border: ASC EARTHQUAKE MAP
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Posted: Tuesday, November 22, 2011

ASC RECENT EARTHQUAKES MAP
http://asc-india.org/maps/recentquakes.htm

PRELIMINARY EPICENTRAL DATA
Latitude: 24.947 N
Longitude: 95.226 E
Depth: 121 kms
Source: GS-NEIC

ASC PRELIMINARY LOCATION BASED ON EPICENTRAL DATA
9.3 kms NW of Namkhansi (Sagaing), Myanmar,
30 kms NW of Saingkyu (Sagaing), Myanmar,
60.7 kms E of Chhatrik (Sagaing), Myanmar,
131 kms ENE of Imphal (Manipur), India,
138 kms ESE of Kohima (Nagaland), India,
283 kms S of Dibrugarh (Assam), India,
376 kms ESE of Guwahati (Assam), India,
508 kms ENE of Dhaka (Dhaka), Bangladesh,
749 kms NE of Kolkata (West Bengal), India.

ASC FELT REPORT SUMMARIES:
EMS 4 = Golaghat, Tezpur
EMS 3 = Dhaka

ASC COMMENTS:
Minor damage occurred in eastern Assam. Strong tremors were felt in Dimapur in Nagaland and in Golaghat, Guwahati and Tezpur in Assam. It was also felt in parts of Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur and Mizoram. In Bangladesh, it was strongly felt at Sylhet and tremors were also perceptable in Dhaka. Mild tremors were felt as far as Kolkata and Siliguri in West Bengal, India.

For further details and future updates please visit this link,
http://asc-india.org/lib/20111121-myanmar.htm

If you felt this earthquake please use the following link to let us know >> http://asc-india.org/menu/felt.htm


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