Light mag. 3.7 earthquake - North Pacific Ocean, 33 km southeast of Salina Cruz, Oaxaca, Mexico, on Wednesday, Jun 29, 2022 at 3:59 pm (GMT -6) -
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Light magnitude 3.7 earthquake at 16 km depth
30 Jun 01:08 UTC: First to report: SSN after 3 hours.
|Date & time||Jun 29, 2022 21:59:36 UTC -|
|Local time at epicenter||Wednesday, Jun 29, 2022 at 3:59 pm (GMT -6)|
|Epicenter latitude / longitude||15.96°N / 94.98°W (North Pacific Ocean, Mexico)|
|Antipode||15.96°S / 85.02°E|
|Shaking intensity||Weak shaking near epicenter|
|Primary data source||SSN (Servicio Sismológico Nacional)|
|Nearest volcano||El Chichón (243 km / 151 mi)|
|Nearby towns and cities||27 km (17 mi) S of Barrio Nuevo (pop: 33) | Show on map | Quakes nearby|
33 km (21 mi) SE of Salina Cruz (pop: 76,600) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
42 km (26 mi) SSE of Santa Rosa de Lima (pop: 2,490) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
45 km (28 mi) S of Santa Maria Xadani (pop: 7,610) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
48 km (30 mi) SW of San Francisco del Mar Viejo (pop: 4,030) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
49 km (30 mi) SSE of San Blas Atempa (pop: 12,000) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
49 km (31 mi) SE of Santo Domingo Tehuantepec (Tehuantepec) (pop: 42,100) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
585 km (363 mi) SE of Mexico (pop: 12,294,200) | Show on map | Quakes nearby
|Estimated seismic energy released||2.2 x 1010 joules (6.22 megawatt hours, equivalent to 5.35 tons of TNT) | about seismic energy|
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|3.7||16 km||Mexico: 33 Km Al SURESTE De SALINA CRUZ, OAX||SSN|
|3.7||16 km||OFFSHORE OAXACA, MEXICO||EMSC|
|3.7||16 km||Near Coast of Oaxaca, Mexico||RaspberryShake|
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