Very strong mag. 6.1 earthquake - North Pacific Ocean, 94 mi south of Unalaska, Aleutians West (CA) County, Alaska, USA, on Monday, 19 June 1967 at 17:07 (GMT)
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Very strong magnitude 6.1 earthquake at 27 km depth
Date & time: 19 Jun 1967 17:07:46 UTC
Depth: 27.1 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 52.539°N / 166.912°W (North Pacific Ocean, Alaska, United States)
Nearest volcano: Okmok (127 km / 79 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
139 km (86 mi) ESE of Nikolski (pop: 18) --> See nearby quakes!
151 km (94 mi) S of Unalaska (pop: 4,490) --> See nearby quakes!
152 km (95 mi) S of Dutch Harbor (pop: 4,380) --> See nearby quakes!
193 km (120 mi) SSW of Akutan (pop: 1,040) --> See nearby quakes!
346 km (215 mi) SW of False Pass (pop: 40) --> See nearby quakes!
403 km (250 mi) SW of Cold Bay (pop: 123) --> See nearby quakes!
412 km (256 mi) SW of King Cove (pop: 1,010) --> See nearby quakes!
522 km (325 mi) SW of Sand Point (pop: 1,060) --> See nearby quakes!
534 km (332 mi) SW of Nelson Lagoon (pop: 52) --> See nearby quakes!
Primary data source: USGS (United States Geological Survey)
Estimated released energy: 8.9 x 1013 joules (24.8 gigawatt hours, equivalent to 21301 tons of TNT or 1.3 atomic bombs!) More info
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|M 6.1||27 km||Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska (USA)||USGS|
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More infoRecorded aftershocks, latest first (1 quakes):
- 20 Jun 1967 07:38 UTC| M 5.9 |27.6 km (17.1 mi) depth|20 km (12 mi) distance| USGS | Details