Recent Earthquakes in Northern California and Vicinity from the Rapid Earthquake Location ServiceEntry ID: NCEDC-FINGER-QUAKE
Abstract: The Rapid Earthquake Location Service provides a list of magnitude 2 or greater earthquakes recorded by the USGS Northern California Seismic Network and the
UCB Berkeley Digital Seismic Network during the last 3 days. All times are in UTC (Universal Time), which is 8 hours ahead of PST and 7 hours ahead of PDT. This catalog is valid for Central and Northern California (approximately north of San Luis Obispo along the coast and 37 degrees N at the Nevada border).
Magnitudes are reported as local magnitude (Ml) or coda duration magnitude (Md) for small events. Depth is in kilometers. Q is location quality, where the quality of the location solution is A=E (A=good, E=bad), and '*' indicates the solution is from an automated system and has not been reviewed by staff.
Use Constraints When you use data from the NCEDC, please provide a proper acknowledgement of
the data source. Please visit http://quake.geo.berkeley.edu/acknowledge.html
for the appropriate data source acknowledgement.
Distribution Media: Online
Role: DIF AUTHOR
Email: gsfc-gcmduso at mail.nasa.gov
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Creation and Review Dates
Last DIF Revision Date: 2017-08-24
Future DIF Review Date: 2005-03-16