Category: by Dr. Egill Hauksson

The Cahuilla Earthquake Swarm: 2016-2018

Update: 24 August 2018 Egill Hauksson, Zach Ross and Jen Andrews, Caltech; Elizabeth Cochran, USGS Pasadena The most recent Cahuilla swarm, which started in mid-2016, has grown steadily in number of events (currently ~6,300 of magnitude larger than 0.3) and

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05/08/2018, M4.5 near Cabazon

A M4.5 earthquake occurred at 4:49 local time this morning (May 8) under the San Bernardino Mountains, near a complex part of the San Andreas fault. Seismologists call this region the “San Gorgonio knot” because so many small faults intersect

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