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Number of quakes vs average, past 7 days

Latest quakes near Long Valley volcano since 2024 - list, stats and map

Updated: Feb 29, 2024 22:56 GMT -
Find all latest earthquakes near Long Valley volcano in our list below, updated every minute! Events are often reported within minutes. If you just felt a quake near Long Valley volcano, find out which quakes are happening right now!

Number of quakes per year

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There were 8 small quakes between magnitudes 1.0 and 1.6 near Long Valley volcano in the past 7 days.

Since 2024, Long Valley volcano has had 82 quakes of magnitudes up to 2.8:

  • 2 quakes above magnitude 2
  • 80 quakes below magnitude 2 that people normally don't feel.
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Quakes, magnitude and depth over time

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Showing all recent or significant quakes since 2024, magnitude 0 or higher, within up to 30 km (19 mi) distance (82 quakes):
Date and TimeMag
Depth
DistanceLocationDetailsMap
Feb 28, 03:06 pm (Los Angeles)
Feb 28, 23:06 GMT

1.2

6.4 km
8.8 km (5.5 mi) to the S 6.6 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 28, 07:43 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 28, 15:43 GMT

0.5

2.7 km
20 km (13 mi) to the S 12 mi southeast of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 28, 07:18 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 28, 15:18 GMT

1.5

3.7 km
19 km (12 mi) to the S 11 mi southeast of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 28, 07:16 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 28, 15:16 GMT

1.2

3.8 km
19 km (12 mi) to the S 10.9 mi southeast of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Tuesday, February 27, 2024 GMT (2 quakes)
Feb 27, 03:49 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 27, 11:49 GMT

0.8

7.4 km
9.6 km (6 mi) to the SE 10.9 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 27, 12:08 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 27, 08:08 GMT

0.5

8.2 km
10.6 km (6.6 mi) to the SE 12 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Saturday, February 24, 2024 GMT (2 quakes)
Feb 24, 11:16 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 24, 19:16 GMT

1.6

8.6 km
21 km (13 mi) to the SE 17 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 24, 01:26 am (Los Angeles)
Feb 24, 09:26 GMT

0.7

3.6 km
18 km (10.9 mi) to the S 10.1 mi southeast of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Thursday, February 22, 2024 GMT (3 quakes)
Feb 22, 11:40 am (GMT -8)
Feb 22, 19:40 GMT

0.4

1 km
20 km (12 mi) to the S 11 mi southeast of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 21, 08:34 pm (Los Angeles)
Feb 22, 04:34 GMT

1.1

5.9 km
8.1 km (5.1 mi) to the S 3.9 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
Feb 21, 08:17 pm (Los Angeles)
Feb 22, 04:17 GMT

0.5

5.7 km
7.9 km (4.9 mi) to the SW 3.7 mi east of Mammoth Lakes, Mono County, California, USA More
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About these data
Estimated combined seismic energy released: 1.5 x 109 joules (417 kilowatt hours, equivalent to 0.359 tons of TNT) | about seismic energy

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Earthquake statistics

Number of quakes per year

Note:
The apparent increase in the number of quakes is not because global seismic activity has increased, but because the number of seismic networks around the world and their sensitivity to detect smaller quakes has been constantly increasing.
This is most evident if one looks at the number of smaller earthquakes (below magnitude 5). For larger quakes (magnitude 5 or more), the effect disappears after around the 1990s. Since then, the global coverage of earthquake of larger quakes has been nearly complete.

Average number of earthquakes

Based on data from the past 10 years and our earthquake archive back to 1900, there are about 28,000 quakes on average per year near Long Valley volcano:
  • Mag. 6 or higher: 0.07 quakes per year (or 1 quake every 14.3 years)
  • Mag. 5 or higher: 0.29 quakes per year (or 1 quake every 3.4 years)
  • Mag. 4 or higher: 3.3 quakes per year
  • Mag. 3 or higher: 46 quakes per year
  • Mag. 2 or higher: 189 quakes per year (or 15.8 quakes per month)
  • Mag. 1 or higher: 1,100 quakes per year (or 3.1 quakes per day)

Number of recent quakes worldwide by magnitude

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365 days
3 years
10 years
Table
Mag
 
Number of quakes (8 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
-
no quakes Mag 4 or higher
3+
-
no quakes Mag 3 or higher
below M2
8 quakes
(100%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (40 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
-
no quakes Mag 4 or higher
3+
-
no quakes Mag 3 or higher
below M2
40 quakes
(100%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (199 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
-
no quakes Mag 4 or higher
3+
-
no quakes Mag 3 or higher
2+
12 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (6.03%)
below M2
187 quakes
(93.97%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (789 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
-
no quakes Mag 4 or higher
3+
2 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (0.25%)
2+
45 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (5.7%)
below M2
742 quakes
(94.04%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (3,647 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
-
no quakes Mag 4 or higher
3+
14 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (0.38%)
2+
176 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (4.83%)
below M2
3,457 quakes
(94.79%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (27,961 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
-
no quakes Mag 5 or higher
4+
3 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (0.01%)
3+
82 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (0.29%)
2+
1,454 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (5.2%)
below M2
26,422 quakes
(94.5%)
Total number<M2M2+M3+M4+M5+M6+M7+M8+
Past 24 hours1 quake1-------
Past 7 days8 quakes4-------
Past 30 days40 quakes19-------
Past 90 days199 quakes5112------
Past 365 days789 quakes227452-----
Past 3 years3,647 quakes97717614-----
Past 10 years27,961 quakes9,6211,454823----
Magnitude 0.0+, updated

Number of earthquakes over time

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2023
2024 so far
Number of earthquakes over time: Past 90 days
Number of earthquakes over time: 30 days
Number of earthquakes over time: 7 days
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Number of earthquakes over time: 2023
Number of earthquakes over time: 2024 so far

Magnitude and seismic energy over time

Past 90 days
30 days
7 days
24 hours
2023
2024 so far
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: Past 90 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 30 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 7 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 24 hours
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 2023
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 2024 so far

Magnitude and energy distribution

Past 90 days
30 days
7 days
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2023
2024 so far
Magnitude and energy distribution: Past 90 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 30 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 7 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 24 hours
Magnitude and energy distribution: 2023
Magnitude and energy distribution: 2024 so far

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Fri, 19 Jul 2013, 02:12

Long Valley volcano (California) activity update

Map of recent quakes at the Long Valley caldera (California)
Normal seismic activity with numerous tiny earthquakes continues to occur at the southern and western parts of the caldera as well as under Mammoth mountain. There are no signs of a possible eruption in a near future. ... Read all
Sun, 31 Mar 2013, 10:53

Long Valley caldera (California): felt magnitude 3.8 earthquake

Location of yesterday's 3.8 earthquake
Some felt earthquakes have occurred recently along the southern boundary of Long Valley Caldera, the latest a 3.8 magnitude quakes yesterday. This is not unusual for the volcanic system and does not mean any volcanic eruption should be expected in a near future. The alert status remains green (normal). ... Read all
Simplified geologic map for Long Valley Caldera and the Mono-Inyo Craters volcanic chain (based on Bailey, 1989) CD, Casa Diablo; HC Hot Cree; HCF Hiloton Creek Fault; HSF, Hartley Springs Fault; LCF, Laurel Creek Fault; MLF, Mono Lake Fault; SLF, Silver Lake Fault; WCF, Wheeler Crest Fault. (source: USGS)
Simplified geologic map for Long Valley Caldera and the Mono-Inyo Craters volcanic chain (based on Bailey, 1989) CD, Casa Diablo; HC Hot Cree; HCF Hiloton Creek Fault; HSF, Hartley Springs Fault; LCF, Laurel Creek Fault; MLF, Mono Lake Fault; SLF, Silver Lake Fault; WCF, Wheeler Crest Fault. (source: USGS)
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