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Saturday, October 08, 2005

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» 7.6 quake hits Pakistan, India -- blog coverage, data analysis from Boing Boing
Bala Pitchandi says, As you may have seen, a 7.6-magnitude quake with the epicentre 80km (50 miles) north-east of Islamabad wiped out several villages. At least 500 died in North-West Frontier province in Pakistan. More than 450 died on both sides of K... [Read More]

» 7.6 quake hits Pakistan, India -- blog coverage, data analysis from Boing Boing
Bala Pitchandi says, As you may have seen, a 7.6-magnitude quake with the epicentre 80km (50 miles) north-east of Islamabad wiped out several villages. At least 500 died in North-West Frontier province in Pakistan. More than 450 died on both sides of K... [Read More]

» 7.6 quake hits Pakistan, India -- blog coverage, data analysis from Boing Boing
Bala Pitchandi says, As you may have seen, a 7.6-magnitude quake with the epicentre 80km (50 miles) north-east of Islamabad wiped out several villages. At least 500 died in North-West Frontier province in Pakistan. More than 450 died on both sides of K... [Read More]

» Mapping the Pakistani Earthquake from The Map Room
Speaking of Kathryn Cramer, she's also put together a useful Google Maps mashup of earthquake data that allows us to see, quite precisely, where the quakes and aftershocks have hit in northern Pakistan. She notes: One interesting result I obtain... [Read More]

» Mapping the Pakistani Earthquake from The Map Room
Speaking of Kathryn Cramer, she's also put together a useful Google Maps mashup of earthquake data that allows us to see, quite precisely, where the quakes and aftershocks have hit in northern Pakistan. She notes: One interesting result I obtain... [Read More]

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