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California Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Ferndale

Posted: January 28th, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

California Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Ferndalel

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – A California earthquake 2015 today has struck Ferndale. The 5.7 magnitude California earthquake today January 28, 2015 began moments ago. Damage assessment is pending.

USGS indicates to news that a 5.7 magnitude California earthquake struck just after 1:08 pm PST. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that it started only 17 km below sea level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region. Officials tell news that the quake was 25 miles west of Ferndale. The quake was thirty miles south of Fortuna and forty miles west of Eureka. The quake was also forty-five miles south of Bayside.

Another quake hit the same epicenter earlier this month. It registered a 5.1 It was seventy miles out to sea. It was seventy-six miles west of Fortuna and seventy-eight miles west of Eureka. It was about 254 miles west of Sacramento. While out to sea, the quake was near land and shallow.

Several quakes have been hitting northern California since last year. In July last year a 2.9 magnitude quake started five miles north of Gilroy. The quake was eleven miles east of Morgan Hill and fourteen miles southwest of Hollister as well. The quake also started seventeen miles east of Watsonville and one hundred miles south of Sacramento.

In August a quake began four miles east of East Foothills. The quake was the same distance east of Alum Rock and nine miles east of San Jose. The quake was also north of Morgan Hill, west of Modesto, south of Fremont, and north of Gilroy.







Kansas Earthquake 2015 Today Increases Fracking Debate

Posted: January 27th, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Kansas Earthquake 2015 Today Increases Fracking Debate

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Kansas earthquake today 2015 has increased the debate about fracking. In fact, not one but four Kansas earthquakes have stuck overnight today January 27, 2015. Damage assessment is pending.

Kansas earthquakes today continue after a rash of quakes all week long. They are holding the same epicenter, always about 10 km northwest of Caldwell, Kansas. Overnight, there were four quakes around a 3.0 magnitude striking Caldwell, Kansas again. USGS indicates to news that they were about four miles west of Caldwell, thirty-four miles west of Arkansas City, and thirty-seven miles southwest of Haysville. The quakes were about 38 miles west of Winfield as well.

Rick Miller, geophysicist and senior scientist for the Kansas Geological Survey, told local news his thoughts about fracking this month. Fracking, or hydrauling fracturing uses saltwater to break rock layers below ground. The result is the release of oil and gas, as Fox News explains. What is Miller’s opinion? He told the Lawrence Journal-World “we can say there is a strong correlation between the disposal of saltwater and the earthquakes.” Rex Buchanan, director of the Kansas Geological Survey, in turn told the Journal World newspaper “There are millions of dollars in property damages happening, and we have our scientists playing word games.”

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Lancaster Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Southern California

Posted: January 27th, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Lancaster Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Southern California

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Lancaster earthquake 2015 today has struck north of Los Angeles in Southern California. The Lancaster earthquake today January 27, 2015 was near Palmdale as well. No reports of injuries have been given by local news.

Officials tell news that a Lancaster earthquake 2015 today started just after midnight. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that quake started only 9.2 km below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region. It registered a 3.5 magnitude. It was nine miles west of Green Valley. It was fifteen miles west of Quartz Hill and eighteen miles west of Lancaster and Rosamond. It was 313 miles from Carson City, Nevada.

Quakes around this area have not been as frequent in recent years as quakes further south. Among the active regions in recent months has been the area off the coast in the Pacific Ocean. One 2013 Southern California earthquake began twelve miles north of Avalon and Catalina. The quake was fourteen mile south of San Pedro and sixteen miles south of Rancho Palos Verdes. The quake was roughly eighteen miles from Long Beach as well. Mapping revealed that the quake was west of Irvine, south of Long Beach and south of Torrance.

In February 2012, another quake hit the same region and also in OC. That Catalina Island earthquake was twenty-six miles from Newport Beach. It was also twenty-seven miles from Huntington Beach. The quake was thirty-two miles from Long Beach as well.

Oklahoma Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Perry

Posted: January 27th, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Oklahoma Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Perry

ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Oklahoma earthquake 2015 today has struck Perry. The moderate Oklahoma earthquake today January 27, 2015 began in the morning hours. Damage assessment is pending.

USGS indicates to news that a 3.8 magnitude Oklahoma earthquake today struck two miles south of Perry. The quake was shallow. Reps tell news that the quake started only 3.7 km below ground level. As a result the quake could be felt across the region. Officials tell news that the quake was southeast of Perry, and fifteen miles northwest of Stillwater. The quake was twenty-seven miles northeast of Guthrie and roughly thirty-two miles southwest of Ponca City. The quake was also fifty-six miles northeast of Oklahoma City as well.

Strong quakes have been hitting the state since 2012. In June, a 3.3 magnitude quake began four miles north of Choctaw, and five miles northeast of Nicoma Park. USGS also reported news that the quake was sixteen miles north east of Oklahoma City and one hundred ninety miles from Dallas, Texas.

USGS tell news that “Most earthquakes in North America east of the Rockies occur as faulting within bedrock, usually miles deep. Few earthquakes east of the Rockies, however, have been definitely linked to mapped geologic faults, in contrast to the situation at plate boundaries such as California’s San Andreas fault system, where scientists can commonly use geologic evidence to identify a fault that has produced a large earthquake and that is likely to produce large future earthquakes.” They add “Scientists who study eastern and central North America earthquakes often work from the hypothesis that modern earthquakes occur as the result of slip on preexisting faults that were formed in earlier geologic eras and that have been reactivated under the current stress conditions.”

Oregon Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Lakeview, Again

Posted: January 22nd, 2015 in Earthquake by LALATE

Oregon Earthquake 2015 Today Strikes Lakeview, Again

LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – An Oregon earthquake 2015 today has struck Lakeview again. The Oregon earthquake today January 22, 2015 is the latest in a series of quakes to strike this epicenter hits month. Damage assessment is pending.

USGS indicates to news that a 4.5 magnitude Oregon earthquake struck today just after 1:09 am PST. The quake followed several others at the same epicenter overnight. More aftershocks are still hitting. Officials tell news that hte quake was forty-three miles east of Lakeview. It was 111 miles east of Altamont and about the same distance from Klamath Falls. It also started roughly one hundred miles east of Susanville, California and roughly two hundred miles north of Carson City, Nevada.

Several quakes have struck the state in recent months. In May 2013 a quake hit twenty-three miles east of Oakland and twenty-four miles west of Sutherlin. The quake also started twenty-nine miles east of Roseburg and forty-seven miles east of Eugene, reps told news at the time.

In February 2012, another quake was thirty-six miles from Barview, USGS reported to news. It was forty miles from Coos Bay. Local news put the quake roughly one hundred miles from Eugene and two hundred miles south of Portland.

A strong quake hit the region in 1968. USGS tell news that “A series of earthquakes near the Oregon-California border began on May 26, 1968, and continued daily through June 11. At Adel, old chimneys fell or were cracked, and part of an old rock cellar wall fell (VI) from a magnitude 4.7 tremor on June 3. Some ground fissures were noted in Bidwell Creek Canyon, near Fort Bidwell, California. The total felt area in the two States covered 18,000 square kilometers.”
















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