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When was the most recent earthquake in California?

When was the most recent earthquake in California?

Earthquakes recorded for the last week (168 hours). Times are local (PST or PDT). The most recent earthquakes are at the top of the list. Click on the word “map” or “MAP” to see a map displaying the earthquake.

How long does it take to update Southern California earthquake map?

(Smaller earthquakes in southern California are added after human processing, which may take several hours.) Map need updating? Try reloading the page to your browser.

Where is the National Earthquake Information Center in California?

National Earthquake Information Center. Northern California. – UCB =. University of California, Berkeley. Southern California. – Caltech =. California Institute of Technology. Southern California. – UCSD =.

How big is a 3.0 magnitude earthquake?

Magnitude 3 and greater earthquakes are printed in bold type. The top three magnitudes greater than or equal to 3 are in red. 13 km ( 8 mi) WSW of Quarry at EASTSIDE RES. (Probable quarry explosion)

Where did the most earthquakes happen in 2013?

All dates are listed according to UTC time. This year was quite busy with 17 events above magnitude 7 and two above magnitude 8, in Kamchatka and Santa Cruz Islands. Deadly quakes struck Pakistan, Philippines, China and Iran .

When was the last earthquake in Mojave Desert?

On June 3, 2020, a magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck about 13 miles from Ridgecrest, and 10 miles south of Searles Valley, in the Mojave Desert. Dr. Lucy Jones tweeted that it was a large, late aftershock of the 2019 Ridgecrest sequence, which produced quakes as large as M6.4 and M7.1.

Where was the earthquake in Los Angeles in 1933?

In 1933, the Long Beach earthquake occurred in a populated area and damaged or destroyed many public school buildings in Long Beach and Los Angeles. Some decades later, the San Fernando earthquake affected the San Fernando Valley north of Los Angeles with heavy damage to several hospitals.