Magnitude 5.7 near Ocotillo, southern California
Last updated: 2015-10-22 (294) 22:34:39 UTC
- Location map
- Initial source parameters
- 3 components [closest Anza station]
- Vertical components [all Anza stations]
- Waveforms recorded at Mt. Soledad
- Interactive Google Earth interface
- Download a Google Earth KMZ file of this event
The Anza group at the University of California San Diego operates a broadband seismograph network consisting of 17 three component broadband seismograph stations centered near Anza, California (see map).
On Monday June 14 2010 at 9:26 PM (PDT) we recorded an earthquake (preliminary Mw 5.7) located near Ocotillo, southern California. This is an aftershock to the Easter Sunday Mw 7.2 event that occurred in Baja California.
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Initial source parameters for this tremor are indicated below. The epicentral distance (i.e. the distance separating the epicenter and the closest station in the recording network) for Anza is 51 km (0.46 degrees).
This map shows the mainshock as a red star. Associated aftershocks are orange stars. Anza network stations are yellow triangles. Blue lines are major rivers. Thin black lines are state boundaries and thick black lines are national boundaries.
|Latitude||Longitude||Origin time (UTC)||Origin time (PDT)||Depth (km)||Mw||Author|
|32.6978||-115.9235||06/15/10 (166) 04:26.58||06/14/10 (165) 9:26 PM||7||5.7||UCSD:eakins|
* The location and magnitude determined for this event are preliminary and are subject to change upon further review of seismic data.
You may also view a plot showing
- the 3 components recorded by the closest Anza station
- the vertical components for all Anza stations
- View waveforms from Anza stations: BZN CPE CRY FRD HWB KNW LVA2 MONP2 PFO RDM SCI2 SMER SND SOL TRO WMC
Interactive Google Earth mapping interface
Use the interactive map below to explore the Easter Sunday main shock and associated aftershocks (including this event) in the region. Click here to learn how to use the Google Earth browser plugin.
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Of local interest
We operate a broadband station on Mt. Soledad. At 21:27 (PDT) station SOL recorded the P wave from this event. Here is a view of that event as picked by our analyst. A red P indicates a P wave arrival, a red S indicates an S wave arrival.
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URL: http://eqinfo.ucsd.edu/special_events/2010/166/a/index.php [Last updated: 2015-10-22 (295) 22:34:39 UTC]