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36.140°N 97.616°W depth=5.0km (3.1mi)
4.3 20km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 08:42:36 UTC 5.0 km
3.6 20km NNW of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 08:10:31 UTC 3.2 km
3.5 21km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 08:07:05 UTC 6.0 km
3.3 19km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 06:59:29 UTC 5.2 km
4.3 21km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 06:51:56 UTC 5.0 km
3.5 21km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 06:37:44 UTC 4.3 km
3.5 21km N of Crescent, Oklahoma 2014-03-30 03:55:33 UTC 5.0 km
I'm sorry, I'm distracted by Yellowstone. Because Oklahoma is stupid. 14 with two above 4.
reply to post by PuterMan
So, in order of probability from your QHS Quake Hunch Sense . . . what are the 3 areas you suspect may let loose first and mostest with a 7.0 and/or above?
I happen to be of the opinion that GIVEN ALL your pouring over such massive amounts of data for so long
YOUR fine noggin knows more than you realize you know about such things.
Trying to pry a bit of that out of your noggin. LOL.
reply to post by BO XIAN
Largest quake at Yellowstone since February 22, 1980.
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4.7 here in So Cal Again!. Woke me up with a pretty good jolt, started out mild and then grew a bit so I hopped out of bed to make sure my house was gonna fall down....but it stopped.
That is the second earthquake in 2 days for me!
The moment tensor shows oblique strike-slip faulting, and the aftershocks create a linear feature that is on the nodal plane striking nearly N-S.
A causative fault is not immediately obvious for the M4.4 earthquake.....Small quakes can happen anywhere in southern California, and this quake was simply a reflection of the regional buildup of stress associated with the Pacific and north America plate motion.