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Stress Points by June 16, 2003

After the Dusk Tug (first chart) at end of June 15, and then (below chart) after the Dark Side Global Quake at end of June 16, increasing signs of magma stress was evident. The charts below cover a 36 hour period. Where the South Pole and Kamchatka show continuous stress, the other locations are exhibiting this only recently, or exhibiting more stress at that time than formerly. Bobbling plates indicate surging magma under the crust, and spiking plate movement indicates stretch and release in the stretch zones. The stress points indicate fault lines where compression or stretching are occurring.

South Pole New Zealand
Magadan (Kamchatka), RussiaCollege Outpost, Alaska
Tucson, ArizonaKongsberg, Norway