Earthquake activity in North Africa , Morocco, directly at dormant crater complex.
We don’t normally see very many noticeable earthquakes in Morocco to begin with, let alone at a VERY old volcanic chain site.
The nearest crater is 1 mile away from the Earthquake epicenter.
2013 April 14 21:43:15 UTC
- This event has been reviewed by a seismologist.
|Depth||9.9 km (6.2 miles)|
|Distances||13 km (8 miles) ESE of Azrou, Morocco
42 km (26 miles) SE of El Hajeb, Morocco
55 km (34 miles) SSW of Sefrou, Morocco
71 km (44 miles) SE of Meknes, Morocco
A sign of unrest, multiple earthquakes at dormant volcanoes …and large earthquakes at more active volcanoes like Papua New Guinea or Vanuatu. Even some moderate movement has been occurring at places like Yellowstone, Pisgah Crater California, and Salton Sea Active Volcano buttes.
Also, worth to note the earthquakes at the fracking operations, and MINING operations (much deeper than the mines themselves are supposed to exist).
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