Mw 6.1 ALASKA PENINSULA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 6.1
Region   ALASKA PENINSULA
Date time   2020-07-28 08:03:43.9 UTC
Location   54.93 N ; 161.29 W
Depth   40 km

Author: USGS

Iceland: inflation confirmed

The IMO confirmed the presumed inflation in the earthquake zone near the Fagradalsfjall volcano on the Reykjanes peninsula. The ground elevation has been 3 cm since the beginning of the swarm earthquake on 18 July. The magma inflation was detected by INSAR satellite images. The deformation took place mainly during the main phase of the quake activity between July 18th and 20th. The magma penetrated into a northeast-southwest striking fault zone, which was already discovered in 2017, when swarm quakes also occurred there. The deformation is considered part of a larger volcanic-tectonic reactivation event on the Reykjanes Peninsula. This not only results in ground uplift, but also in subsidence. Such subsidence has now been discovered in the area of the Svartsengi geothermal power plant. It started 2 days before the swarm earthquake at Fagradalsfjall and was probably caused by the underground run-off of magmatic fluids.

Mw 6.3 SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 6.3
Region   SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS REGION
Date time   2020-07-26 00:54:11.9 UTC
Location   60.67 S ; 26.06 W
Depth   100 km

Author: USGS

Mw 6.3 WESTERN XIZANG

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 6.3
Region   WESTERN XIZANG
Date time   2020-07-22 20:07:19.4 UTC
Location   33.16 N ; 86.84 E
Depth   10 km

Author: USGS

Mw 6.5 ALASKA PENINSULA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 6.5
Region   ALASKA PENINSULA
Date time   2020-07-22 08:13:30.6 UTC
Location   55.28 N ; 159.48 W
Depth   50 km

Author: USGS

Mw 7.8 ALASKA PENINSULA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 7.8
Region   ALASKA PENINSULA
Date time   2020-07-22 06:12:44.9 UTC
Location   55.14 N ; 158.56 W
Depth   30 km

Author: USGS

Mw 8.7 SOUTH OF ALASKA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 8.7
Region   SOUTH OF ALASKA
Date time   2020-07-22 06:20:05.2 UTC
Location   54.61 N ; 158.87 W
Depth   10 km

Author: USGS

USA-Alaska: Earthquake Mw 7,8

This morning a strong earthquake of magnitude 7.8 manifested itself off the coast of Alaska. The hypocenter was at a depth of 17 kilometers. The epicenter was located 84 kilometers south of Perryville. A tsunami alarm was sounded. People on the coast of Alaska and the Aleutian Islands were asked to go to higher ground. The data is from the EMSC and may still be subject to change.

Strong earthquakes could effect nearby volcanoes. A few kilometers north of Pennyville is Mount Veniaminof. The volcanoes Mount Pavlof and Mount Chiginagak are also located around the epicenter.

mb 6.1 SOUTH OF ALASKA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   mb 6.1
Region   SOUTH OF ALASKA
Date time   2020-07-22 06:16:18.7 UTC
Location   54.93 N ; 159.04 W
Depth   18 km

Author: USGS

Mw 7.6 ALASKA PENINSULA

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Another strong earthquake was detected by the USGS. Further details are:

Magnitude   Mw 7.6
Region   ALASKA PENINSULA
Date time   2020-07-22 06:12:43.0 UTC
Location   55.12 N ; 158.56 W
Depth   17 km

Author: USGS