There have only been 5 large earthquakes (7.5 M. or larger) this year so far:
|2014-04-01||8.2 mww||94km NW of Iquique, Chile||23:46|
|2014-04-03||7.7 mww||53km SW of Iquique, Chile||02:43|
|2014-04-12||7.6 mww||93km SSE of Kirakira, Solomon Islands||20:14|
|2014-04-19||7.5 mww||70km SW of Panguna, Papua New Guinea||13:28|
|2014-06-23||7.9 mww||19km SE of Little Sitkin Island, Alaska||20:53|
These are the charts for the times of the tremors:
Ah problem. I was looking at the BoM archive I have for their southern Hemisphere forecasts and was stimied by the fact that all the signals I was getting seemed to indicate volcanic eruptions rather than epic earthquakes.
So I tried to find a post I made from that time to see if I had had any particular insights from then:
I found [this](https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sci.geo.earthquakes/PIFlL9iCHcA) on sci.geo.earthquakes
And on that thread was a [link to guess who’s blog](https://weathercharts.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/large-volcanic-eruptions/)
OK so I am going to bookmark this thread for more stuff later when I get around to posting the BoM charts that were signalling all that stuff in late March. It’s all good stuff but I would be a fool not to give myself time to think about things first.