Yesterday, June 1st, a 3.4 magnitude earthquake struck near Volcano Peak California.
Volcano Peak is a dormant volcano located in South Central California, North of Los Angeles.
Today, June 2nd, we see yet another earthquake has struck again near this same volcano. Same magnitude as the first event yesterday, measuring M3.4 .
Yesterday we saw FOUR noteworthy earthquakes off the coast of Oregon near the new undersea Axial Volcano (5.9M + 5.8M + 5.5M + 4.4M)
Just before the swarm of Oregon earthquakes, there were two volcanic related earthquakes which occurred in Salton Sea at the Volcanic Buttes in South California, and in South Utah at the Markagunt Volcanic Plateau.
Information on this newest 3.4M earthquake near Volcano Peak, CA:
|Magnitude/uncertainty||3.4 ml± 0.2|
|Location/uncertainty||35.862°N 117.686°W± 0.2 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||3.0 km± 0.5|
|Origin Time||2015-06-02 13:20:29.130 UTC|
|Number of Stations||45|
|Number of Phases||57|
|Minimum Distance||9.29 km (0.08°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.17 sec|
|FE Region||Central California (39)|