Mag. 2.2 earthquake - - 40km NNW of Anchor Point, Alaska, on 2015-11-17 04:03:36 -09:00
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Minor magnitude 2.2 earthquake at 68 km depth
17 Nov 13:30 UTC: First to report: USGS after 26 minutes.
Local time at epicenter: 2015-11-17 04:03:36 -09:00
Depth: 67.8 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 60.0887°N / 152.2011°W (Alaska, Alaska, United States)
Nearest volcano: Iliamna (50 km / 31 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
30 km (19 mi) W of Munina (pop: 883) --> See nearby quakes!
40 km (25 mi) NNW of Anchor Point (pop: 1,930) --> See nearby quakes!
62 km (38 mi) NW of Homer (pop: 5,520) --> See nearby quakes!
62 km (39 mi) SW of Kalifornsky (pop: 7,850) --> See nearby quakes!
64 km (40 mi) NW of Fritz Creek (pop: 1,930) --> See nearby quakes!
73 km (46 mi) SW of Kenai (pop: 7,660) --> See nearby quakes!
77 km (48 mi) SW of Soldotna (pop: 4,540) --> See nearby quakes!
177 km (110 mi) SW of Alaska City (pop: 298,700) --> See nearby quakes!
5554 km (3451 mi) NW of Washington (District of Columbia) (pop: 601,700) --> See nearby quakes!
5554 km (3451 mi) NW of Washington DC (District of Columbia) (pop: 601,700) --> See nearby quakes!
107 km (66 mi) NE of Augustine Island --> See nearby quakes!
127 km (79 mi) NW of Pye s Island --> See nearby quakes!
Primary data source: USGS (United States Geological Survey)
Estimated released energy: 1.3 x 108 joules (35 kilowatt hours) More info
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|M 2.2||68 km||- 40km NNW of Anchor Point, Alaska||USGS|
User reports for this quake
User reports estimate the perceived ground shaking intensity according to the MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) scale.At magnitude 2.2, this quake was probably too small to be felt by humans, but it could be recorded instrumentally.