California’s Pisgah volcano has been hit by a rare earthquake.
Many of my viewers might remember this location from another series of events in 2011.. when Pisgah crater gave off a large plume , which was detected on RADAR, and settled out over downtown Los Angeles.
Plumes appeared again in 2012, but blew in a different direction:
Information on this current June 20, 2015 Pisgah earthquake:
|Magnitude/uncertainty||2.6 ml± 0.2|
|Location/uncertainty||34.696°N 116.244°W± 0.2 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||3.8 km± 0.5|
|Origin Time||2015-06-20 20:22:14.730 UTC|
|Number of Stations||23|
|Number of Phases||35|
|Minimum Distance||8.60 km (0.08°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.16 sec|
|FE Region||Southern California (43)|