Nature has done a flip flop
If one sees the earthquake activity of the DR and Puerto Rico on the USGS website over the years an interesting anomaly can be determined. Up until now most reported quakes have been to the north of the island along the Puerto Rican Trench fault line. It appears over the past week there have been very few reported quakes of all magnitudes along the trench. All, if not most recent activity has been clustered in the south of the island and its close offshore locations. This south region up until recently has had a low percentage of seismic activity compared to that occurring the northern trench. Its as if nature has done a flip flop.
Wonder if there is an explanation.