Volcano earthquake report for Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 — VolcanoDiscovery – Visit Active Volcanoes: Volcano News

Akyarlar volcano (Turkey): magnitude 2.9 earthquakeA magnitude 2.9 earthquake occurred at the volcano 21 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 10.0 km depth at 3 km distance SSW from the volcano. 24 weitere Wörter

Volcano earthquake report for Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 — VolcanoDiscovery – Visit Active Volcanoes: Volcano News

Quakes detected near: Akyarlar (1 quake mag 2.9), Cagua (1 quake mag 1.9), Clear Lake (42 quakes between mag 0.1-2.6), Coso (6 quakes between mag 0.8-1.7), Cuernos de Negros (1 quake mag 2.3), Damavand (1 quake mag 2.5)
Grímsvötn (6 quakes between mag 0.3-1.8), Hrómundartindur (5 quakes between mag 0.1-1.0), Kilauea (1 quake mag 1.8), Kverkfjöll (1 quake mag 1.0), Makushin (1 quake mag 3.3), Mammoth Mountain (3 quakes between mag 0.7-1.7), Miravalles (1 quake mag 2.6), Okataina (Tarawera) (1 quake mag 1.5), Reykjanes (119 quakes between mag 0.1-2.9), Salton Buttes (3 quakes between mag 1.5-1.8), Sousaki (1 quake mag 1.4), Talang (1 quake mag 2.8), Torfajökull (3 quakes between mag 0.3-1.5) (updated 14h50)

Note: Earthquakes within 20 km from and at depths less than 20 km under active volcanoes are reported. The list is not complete because many volcanoes are not monitored and/or seismic data in high resolution is not available publicly.

Volcanoes with recent earthquakes above magnitude 2 or more than 10 quakes are listed below:

Akyarlar volcano (Turkey): magnitude 2.9 earthquake

A magnitude 2.9 earthquake occurred at the volcano 22 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 10.0 km depth at 3 km distance SSW from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.9 quake: Dodecanese Is.-turkey Border Reg on Tue, 16 Jun 17h16 (3 km SSW) – 22 hours ago
All earthquakes at Akyarlar

Clear Lake volcano (California): 42 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.6

Possible earthquake swarm: 42 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 21 hours, the last being recorded quake 1 hour 57 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 12.2 and 0.0 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.6 quake: 8km WNW of Cobb, CA (USA) on Tue, 16 Jun 16h58 (15 km S) – 22 hours ago
M 2.4 quake: 7km WNW of Cobb, CA (USA) on Tue, 16 Jun 16h56 (15 km S) – 22 hours ago
M 1.9 quake: 8km W of Cobb, CA (USA) on Tue, 16 Jun 16h59 (15 km S) – 22 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: 8km W of Cobb, CA (USA) on Tue, 16 Jun 17h01 (15 km S) – 22 hours ago
M 1.5 quake: 7km WNW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Wed, 17 Jun 10h27 (19 km S) – 5 hours ago
All earthquakes at Clear Lake

Cuernos de Negros volcano (Central Philippines): magnitude 2.3 earthquake

A magnitude 2.3 earthquake occurred at the volcano 5 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 6.0 km depth at 5 km distance E from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.3 quake: 007 km S 55° W of Luzurriaga (Valencia) (Negros Oriental) (Philippines) on Wed, 17 Jun 10h19 (5 km E) – 5 hours ago
All earthquakes at Cuernos de Negros

Damavand volcano (Iran): magnitude 2.5 earthquake

A magnitude 2.5 earthquake occurred at the volcano 9 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 12.0 km depth at 18 km distance S from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.5 quake: 9 km of Damavand, Tehran (Iran) on Wed, 17 Jun 06h12 (18 km S) – 9 hours ago
All earthquakes at Damavand

Makushin volcano (Aleutian Islands): magnitude 3.3 earthquake

A magnitude 3.3 earthquake occurred at the volcano 23 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 11.9 km depth at 11 km distance ESE from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 3.3 quake: 16 km WSW of Unalaska, Alaska (USA) on Tue, 16 Jun 15h36 (11 km ESE) – 24 hours ago
All earthquakes at Makushin

Miravalles volcano (Costa Rica): magnitude 2.6 earthquake

A magnitude 2.6 earthquake occurred at the volcano 3 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 5.0 km depth at 7 km distance NNE from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.6 quake: 7 km al Noroeste de Bijagua, Upala. (Costa Rica) on Wed, 17 Jun 11h27 (7 km NNE) – 3 hours 48 minutes ago
All earthquakes at Miravalles

Reykjanes volcano (Iceland): 119 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.9

Possible earthquake swarm: 119 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 22 hours, the last being recorded quake 1 hour 23 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 11.7 and 0.0 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.9 quake: 5.4 km NNE of Reykjanestá (Iceland) on Wed, 17 Jun 02h14 (9 km ESE) – 13 hours ago
M 2.0 quake: 3.3 km NNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Wed, 17 Jun 09h40 (4 km SW) – 6 hours ago
M 1.9 quake: 5.4 km NNE of Reykjanestá (Iceland) on Wed, 17 Jun 04h07 (11 km ESE) – 11 hours ago
M 1.6 quake: 5.8 km NNE of Reykjanestá (Iceland) on Wed, 17 Jun 03h29 (8 km ESE) – 12 hours ago
M 1.6 quake: 5.4 km NNE of Reykjanestá (Iceland) on Wed, 17 Jun 04h36 (9 km ESE) – 11 hours ago
All earthquakes at Reykjanes

Talang volcano (Sumatra): magnitude 2.8 earthquake

A magnitude 2.8 earthquake occurred at the volcano 8 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 14.0 km depth at 14 km distance NNE from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.8 quake: Southern Sumatra, Indonesia on Wed, 17 Jun 07h00 (14 km NNE) – 8 hours ago
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