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Strong Earthquake Strikes SSW of Mt Veniaminof, Alaska

Posted by feww on June 1, 2016

M5.8 strikes 85km S of Chignik Lake, Alaska

Centered at 55.502°N, 158.538°W the quake struck at a depth of 35.8 km (22.3 mi), reported USGS/EHP.

EQ Details
Magnitude: 5.8Mw
Location: 55.502°N, 158.538°W
Depth: 35.8km
Time:2016-05-31 20:51:22 (UTC)
Distances:

  • 85.0 km (52.8 mi) SSW of Mt Veniaminof, Alaska
  • 85.0 km (52.8 mi) S of Chignik Lake, Alaska
  • 811.0 km (503.9 mi) SW of Anchorage, Alaska
  • 846.0 km (525.7 mi) SW of Knik-Fairview, Alaska

Veniaminof Volcano

mt veniaminof
Steam rising from the intracaldera cinder cone at Veniaminof volcano in the waning stages of the 1983 to 1984 eruption. Cooling lava flows fill a pit about 2.3×1.0 km that has been melted in the summit ice cap. Aerial view looking northeast. Photograph by M.E. Yount, U.S. Geological Survey, January 23, 1984.

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