M2.1 - Monday June 19, 2017 at 06:49:38 UTC (ID:72818146)

Relocation Stats

Origin Time 2017/06/19 06:49:38 UTC
Location Lat: 37.56648° Lon: -118.83315° Depth 3.29 km

Map View: time relative or technical

Orange post catalog DDRT events are clickable.

 

Note: The smallest event in the above map is magnitude 0.0. The event boundary is outlined in gray.

Cross Sections

The two cross sections below are chosen by calculating the maximum variability view via principal component analysis. You may create a custom cross section view by clicking two points on the map above that define a new cross section view plane.

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Event Processing Stats

Measure Value
Event ID 72818146
Version 3 F 1
NEV_CL 101
NSTAUse 25
NSTAwf 48
Nwf 911
NctP/S P: 668 (808) S: 0 (0)
NccP/S P: 31 (36) S: 14 (16)
NLNK 8
AvDist 1.0
MaxDist 2.3
RMS0 0.0644
RMSct 0.0261
RMScc 0.0042

This website displays automatic near-real-time double-difference (DD-RT) hypocenter locations for earthquakes recorded in northern California and routinely processed at the Northern California Seismic Network (NCSN). more...The DD-RT process relocates new earthquakes relative to a high-resolution DD catalog of background seismicity, NCAeqDD, by using differential times between the new event and its neighboring (reference) events in the DD catalog. Routinely determined parametric data of new events, such as phase picks and hypocentral information, are automatically sent to LDEO by the NCSN and waveforms are accessed from the real-time DART server at the Northern California Earthquake Data Center (NCEDC) in Berkeley. Data associated with the reference events are accessed from a locally stored copy of the entire Northern CA seismic archive. See Waldhauser (BSSA, 2009) for more information.

Event Types

  • Original CISN event
  • Relocated DDRT event
  • Events within 1 hour
  • Events within 24 hours
  • Events within 7 days
  • Events withing 30 days
  • All other events

Event Magnitudes

  • ≤ 2
  • ≥ 2
  • ≥ 3
  • ≥ 4
  • ≥ 5
  • ≥ 6
  • ≥ 7