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reply to post by Olivine
Actually I can report that the LGB station is currently in a serious telemetry error state. I wouldn't trust much of anything you see there at the moment. And please don't ask me how I know that, k? Just trust me. Hard to do, I know, but I be da bringer of truth, best I can. Even if it is laced with doom sometimes, as others here, ahem, accuse me of.
Anchor Point, Alaska just had a 2.8
UPDATE: It has now been updated to a 3.7edit on 10-3-2014 by Voyaging because: (no reason given)
ABSTRACT The North Paciﬁ c Rim is a tectonically active plate boundary zone, parts of which may be characterized as a laterally moving oro- genic stream. Crustal blocks are transported along large-magnitude strike-slip faults in western Canada and central Alaska toward the Aleutian–Bering Sea subduction zones. Throughout much of the Cenozoic, at and west of its Alaskan nexus, the North Paciﬁ c Rim orogenic Stream (NPRS) has undergone tectonic escape. During transport, relatively rigid blocks acquired paleomagnetic rotations and fault-juxtaposed boundaries while ﬂowing differentially through the system, from their original point of accretion and entrainment toward the free face deﬁned by the Aleutian–Bering Sea subduction zones. Built upon classical terrane tectonics, the NPRS model provides a new framework with which to view the mobilistic nature of the western North American plate boundary zone.
What's weird to me (and maybe there is nothing strange about it at all), is that with all of these quakes by this fault we don't see the everyday ones that we usually do throughout California. Maybe I'm just not seeing them but from what I'm observing nothing but this area has been shaking for the last 24 hours (minus a small Nevada one).