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Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of April 11, 2021

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of Sun. 11 April 2021 Compiled Sun. 11 April 2021 12:01 am EDT by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, Therap...

Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Magnitude 7.9 Earthquake off Alaska, Tsunami Warnings Canceled

Tsunami warnings canceled after magnitude-7.9 earthquake off Alaska

By Madison Park, Keith Allen and Holly Yan, CNN

Updated 1417 GMT (2217 HKT) January 23, 2018

Story Highlights

  • The type of quake and its location helped minimize damage
  • San Francisco residents should avoid coastlines for 12 hours
(CNN) Forecasters canceled tsunami warnings for Alaska and the US and Canadian west coasts Tuesday after an earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska stoked fears of damaging waves.

The tsunami alerts were canceled "because additional information and analysis have better defined the threat," said the National Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer, Alaska.

Small tsunami waves of less than 1 foot were reported in Alaska, the center said.

The minor tsunami was triggered by a magnitude-7.9 earthquake that struck the Gulf of Alaska shortly after midnight. It was centered about 175 miles southeast of Kodiak, Alaska, at a depth of 15 miles, the US Geological Survey said.

Although the tsunami warnings were canceled, San Francisco officials warned residents to stay away from coastlines for 12 hours.

Shoreline areas, marinas and harbors may have "dangerous, strong & unpredictable currents," the San Francisco Department of Emergency Management tweeted.

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Tsunami Watch CANCELLED in #SF, but shoreline areas, marinas, & harbors may have dangerous, strong, & unpredictable currents. Stay away from coastlines for at least 12 hours. Visit http://sf72.org/hazard/tsunamis to learn more about tsunami preparedness.
-- San Francisco DEM @SF_emergency 7:31 AM - Jan 23, 2018
'Whole town is evacuating'

Nathaniel Moore was on a commercial fishing boat in Kodiak when the quake hit. He said he felt it "shake really good for a minute." He and others on the vessel quickly got to shore and headed for higher ground amid the tsunami warning.

"The whole town is evacuating," he told CNN early Tuesday.

Tsunami sirens sounded in Kodiak, and police warned: "This is not a drill."

Though the tsunami warnings and evacuation calls were canceled, schools in Kodiak canceled classes Tuesday after campuses opened overnight as emergency shelters, the district announced via Facebook.

Wendy Bliss Snipes described the quake as "a slow roller, so it was felt for at least a minute before the real rolling started. Nothing fell off the walls, and I didn't have to wake my kiddo."
tsunami sirens going off in kodiak after the earthquake, i usually only ever hear the weekly siren test at 2pm on wednesdays so hearing it at 1am on tuesday is actually terrifying!! pic.twitter.com/ea5y7U6xnf— kylie j (@scarygirI) January 23, 2018
Heather Rand, who was in Anchorage, Alaska, told CNN that the earthquake felt like the longest she had ever experienced.

"It was a very long, slow build up. Creepy, more than anything. Definitely the longest, and I was born here," Rand said. She reported no damage besides cracks in the drywall.

Why this wasn't a lot worse

Both the earthquake and tsunami could have been much worse. But two key factors helped minimize damage.

First, the quake was centered out in the water, helping prevent catastrophic damage to structures on land.

Second, this quake resulted from a strike-slip fault -- meaning pressure built up as two plates moved horizontally, CNN senior meteorologist Dave Hennen said.

That's a lot less dangerous than a thrust fault, which happens when a plate displaces vertically.
"These are the quakes that produce the large tsunamis," Hennen said, such as the devastating 2011 quake and tsunami that killed more than 20,000 people in Japan.

Source: CNN

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