News & updates:
Coso volcanic field (California): seismic swarm coming to an end
Tuesday Dec 11, 2012 06:48 AM | DOOR: T
Location of recent quakes in the Coso volcanic field (red=past 48 hours, yellow=past week)
Time and depth of quakes at the Coso volcanic field since Oct
The recent earthquake swarm at Coso Volcanic Field seems to be over.
The swarm which began in late November included hundreds of events ranging from less than magnitude 0.0 to M3.7, at depths of >10 km at the beginning to shallow 2 km near the end of the swarm. A small magmatic intrusion could have been the cause.
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