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Experts worried over seismic trends
Experts in Indonesia are worried that after the huge earthquake off the coast of Aceh in December 2004 - which was the world's strongest in the last 40 years - the center of seismic activity is gradually moving to the southeast, in the direction of Jakarta, where millions of people live. "We think that the next quake may take place in the Jambi Province but do not want to publicize this for fear of causing panic," said a source from the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMG) told after the earthquakes in West Sumatra.
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That is something to worry about, but maybe they can at least start preparing/informing that region (and the rest of Indonesia for that matter) so at least some people know what to do when a big event like that happens there. Government agencies should be prepared for example, they are currently most likely totally not aware of any imminent danger.


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On 05-04-2007 09:02 Yerun wrote:
That is something to worry about, but maybe they can at least start preparing/informing that region (and the rest of Indonesia for that matter) so at least some people know what to do when a big event like that happens there. Government agencies should be prepared for example, they are currently most likely totally not aware of any imminent danger.


yes,

they should, only the infrastructure (roads, train) is not very good to realize an evacuation, if necessary. The government (cities, villages) could make plans to
accomodate if anything (earthquake, ttsunami) happens. I'm afraid the people
have to take care of it themselves
Not to metion the oilplants over there. Pertamina should have an emergency plan.
(maybe they have) Not to mention the monsoon wih a lot of rain, you can't even go any way then.

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"We think that the next quake may take place in the Jambi Province but do not want to publicize this for fear of causing panic," said a source

So....why mention it then..?? Doesn't make any sense.


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