Volcano earthquake report for Thursday, 25 Jun 2020

Thursday Jun 25, 2020 06:50 AM | BY: EARTHQUAKEMONITOR

World map showing volcanoes with shallow (less than 20 km) earthquakes within 20 km radius  during the past 24 hours on 25 Jun 2020 Number in brackets indicate nr of quakes.

World map showing volcanoes with shallow (less than 20 km) earthquakes within 20 km radius during the past 24 hours on 25 Jun 2020 Number in brackets indicate nr of quakes.Quakes detected near: Apoyeque (3 quakes between mag 1.8-2.4), Askja (7 quakes between mag 0.3-1.2), Clear Lake (24 quakes between mag 0.5-1.6), Coso (7 quakes between mag 0.5-2.4), Don Joao de Castro Bank (1 quake mag 2.8), Eldey (9 quakes between mag 0.9-2.9)
Eyafjallajökull (2 quakes between mag 0.8-1.2), Golden Trout Creek (2 quakes between mag 1.8-5.8), Iliniza (1 quake mag 3.5), Kilauea (5 quakes between mag 1.1-2.0), Kolbeinsey Ridge (3 quakes between mag 1.4-3.1), Krísuvík (3 quakes between mag 1.1-2.0), Long Valley (5 quakes between mag 0.5-2.8), Mauna Loa (1 quake mag 2.3), Mono Lake (1 quake mag 1.8), Mount Shasta (1 quake mag 1.6), Prestahnukur (2 quakes between mag 1.4-1.6), Reventador (1 quake mag 3.5), Reykjanes (12 quakes between mag 0.2-1.6), Tjörnes Fracture Zone (2 quakes between mag 1.2-1.3), Ubehebe Craters (1 quake mag 1.7) (updated 06h50)

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:

Apoyeque volcano (Nicaragua): 3 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.4

3 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 1 hour 4 minutes, the last being recorded quake 4 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 5.0 and 3.0 km.
Earthquake details:
M 2.4 quake: 3 Km al norte de Laguna de Apoyeque, Nicaragua on Thu, 25 Jun 03h10 (4 km NNW) – 3 hours 49 minutes ago
M 2.0 quake: 3 Km al noreste de Laguna de Apoyeque, Nicaragua on Thu, 25 Jun 02h15 (3 km NW) – 5 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: 2 Km al norte de Laguna de Apoyeque, Nicaragua on Thu, 25 Jun 02h06 (2 km NNW) – 5 hours ago
All earthquakes at Apoyeque

Clear Lake volcano (California): 24 earthquakes up to magnitude 1.6

Possible earthquake swarm: 24 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 20 hours, the last being recorded quake 3 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 3.7 and 0.7 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 1.6 quake: 6km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 21h25 (17 km S) – 10 hours ago
M 1.5 quake: 4km NNW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 17h12 (18 km S) – 14 hours ago
M 1.4 quake: 6km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 22h40 (17 km S) – 8 hours ago
M 1.1 quake: 5km NW of The Geysers, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 20h39 (18 km S) – 10 hours ago
M 1.0 quake: 6km W of Cobb, CA (USA) on Thu, 25 Jun 02h47 (16 km S) – 4 hours ago
All earthquakes at Clear Lake

Coso volcano (California): 7 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.4

7 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 16 hours, the last being recorded quake 8 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 9.6 and 0.1 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.4 quake: 17km N of Olancha, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 18h30 (18 km N) – 12 hours ago
M 2.0 quake: 17km SSE of Lone Pine, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 18h08 (11 km N) – 13 hours ago
M 1.6 quake: 17km NNE of Olancha, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 20h20 (11 km N) – 11 hours ago
M 1.3 quake: 12km E of Coso Junction, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 07h26 (1 km N) – 24 hours ago
M 1.1 quake: 15km ESE of Little Lake, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 21h51 (16 km S) – 9 hours ago
All earthquakes at Coso

Don Joao de Castro Bank volcano (Azores): magnitude 2.8 earthquake

A magnitude 2.8 earthquake occurred at the volcano 16 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 0 km depth at 18 km distance NE from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.8 quake: SE Terceira (Portugal) on Wed, 24 Jun 14h47 (18 km NE) – 16 hours ago
All earthquakes at Don Joao de Castro Bank

Eldey volcano (Iceland): 9 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.9

9 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 4 hours, the last being recorded quake 31 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 12.6 and 6.7 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 2.9 quake: 3.0 km NW of Eldey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 05h57 (3 km N) – 1 hour 2 minutes ago
M 2.0 quake: 1.0 km WNW of Eldey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 03h32 (2 km NW) – 3 hours 27 minutes ago
M 1.8 quake: 2.7 km N of Eldey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 05h55 (4 km NW) – 1 hour 4 minutes ago
M 1.6 quake: 2.6 km NW of Eldey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 06h04 (3 km NNW) – 55 minutes ago
M 1.4 quake: 1.2 km N of Eldey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 02h46 (3 km NW) – 4 hours ago
All earthquakes at Eldey
Eldey is located at the beginning of the Reykjanes Ridge off the SW tip of Iceland. Its highest elevation is the top of Eldey Island, but most of the volcanic edifice is submerged.
Several eruptions occurred in historic times, last in 1926.

Golden Trout Creek volcano (California): 2 earthquakes up to magnitude 5.8

2 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 36 minutes, the last being recorded quake 13 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 4.7 and 0.9 km.
Earthquake details:
M 5.8 quake: 18km SSE of Lone Pine, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 17h40 (4 km NW) – 13 hours ago
M 1.8 quake: 21 km W of Mina, Nevada (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 18h16 (12 km N) – 13 hours ago
All earthquakes at Golden Trout Creek

Iliniza volcano (Ecuador): magnitude 3.5 earthquake

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake occurred at the volcano 4 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 5.0 km depth at 16 km distance SSE from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 3.5 quake: Ecuador – Cotopaxi, a 11.50km de Saquisili on Thu, 25 Jun 02h43 (16 km SSE) – 4 hours ago
All earthquakes at Iliniza

Kolbeinsey Ridge volcano (Iceland): 3 earthquakes up to magnitude 3.1

3 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 14 hours, the last being recorded quake 1 hour 49 minutes ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 9.3 and 1.1 km.
Earthquake details:
M 3.1 quake: 25.6 km NNW of Gjögurtá (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 02h52 (19 km S) – 4 hours ago
M 1.5 quake: 34.8 km W of Grímsey (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 05h01 (19 km WSW) – 1 hour 58 minutes ago
M 1.4 quake: 34.8 km W of Grímsey (Iceland) on Wed, 24 Jun 14h42 (16 km WSW) – 16 hours ago
All earthquakes at Kolbeinsey Ridge

Long Valley volcano (California): 5 earthquakes up to magnitude 2.8

5 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 15 hours, the last being recorded quake 4 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 7.0 and 0.1 km.
Earthquake details:
M 2.8 quake: 13km ESE of Mammoth Lakes, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 18h08 (14 km S) – 13 hours ago
M 1.0 quake: 15km SE of Mammoth Lakes, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 15h57 (17 km S) – 15 hours ago
M 0.7 quake: 11km ESE of Mammoth Lakes, CA (USA) on Thu, 25 Jun 00h02 (9 km S) – 7 hours ago
M 0.6 quake: 4km E of Mammoth Lakes, CA (USA) on Thu, 25 Jun 02h49 (8 km SE) – 4 hours ago
M 0.5 quake: 13km ESE of Mammoth Lakes, CA (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 11h54 (11 km SSW) – 19 hours ago
All earthquakes at Long Valley

Mauna Loa volcano (Hawai’i (Big Island)): magnitude 2.3 earthquake

A magnitude 2.3 earthquake occurred at the volcano 13 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 8.6 km depth at 18 km distance SW from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 2.3 quake: 17 km N of P?hala, Hawaii (USA) on Wed, 24 Jun 17h35 (18 km SW) – 13 hours ago
All earthquakes at Mauna Loa

Reventador volcano (Ecuador): magnitude 3.5 earthquake

A magnitude 3.5 earthquake occurred at the volcano 4 hours ago. The quake, which might be volcanic in origin, was located at a depth of 5.0 km depth at 6 km distance WSW from the volcano.
Earthquake details:
M 3.5 quake: Ecuador – Napo, a 60.74km de Shushufindi on Thu, 25 Jun 02h42 (6 km WSW) – 4 hours ago
All earthquakes at Reventador

Reykjanes volcano (Iceland): 12 earthquakes up to magnitude 1.6

Possible earthquake swarm: 12 earthquakes occurred near (under) the volcano during 20 hours, the last being recorded quake 2 hours ago. Hypocenter depths ranged between 5.6 and 2.5 km.
Earthquake details: (only 5 largest)
M 1.6 quake: 5.5 km WNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Wed, 24 Jun 16h37 (4 km SSE) – 14 hours ago
M 1.6 quake: 3.4 km NNE of Grindavík (Iceland) on Wed, 24 Jun 18h45 (6 km WSW) – 12 hours ago
M 1.1 quake: 2.4 km NE of Grindavík (Iceland) on Thu, 25 Jun 00h35 (7 km WSW) – 6 hours ago
M 0.8 quake: 0.7 km WNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Wed, 24 Jun 17h08 (7 km SW) – 14 hours ago
M 0.8 quake: 5.4 km WNW of Grindavík (Iceland) on Wed, 24 Jun 17h54 (4 km SSE) – 13 hours ago
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