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Originally posted by tinfoilSIB
reply to post by quadagent
Yeah I watch the same map. Not too sure how accurate it is though, I think someone may have a better one. But still I am seeing this too. Since I started keeping an eye on this I haven't seen a string of wee shakes in one area like the one going on with Cali. Big area though.
Earthquake swarms are common in the Coso area, often producing hundreds of tremors over periods of time as short as a few days. This kind of brisk and robust seismic activity is common in volcanic areas, such as Long Valley Caldera located near Mammoth Lakes, and Yellowstone Caldera at Yellowstone.