Very strong earthquake in the Mojave desert, California – July 4, 2019

0

Have you felt the shaking? If Yes, tell us by using the I FELT IT form behind the earthquake or at the bottom of this page.
Using our EQ Report iOS or Android app would even be easier and very informative (links in banner above this text).
Leave this page open  in a browser tab as it will refresh automatically every 5 minutes

Update 21:17 UTC:  

Update 21:15 UTC:  Eyewitness says Ridgecrest Regional Hospital evacuating due to damaged / collapsed stairwells. Triage is being done in parking lot.

Update 18:49 UTC:  Ridgecrest mayor is asking residents to check on friends and neighbours  especially the elderly, after 6.4 magnitude occurred around 10:30 am PST today 7/4/19. Sewer line broken, 5 fires burning, 5 aftershocks so far with more expected, some up to magnitude 5.

Update 18:37 UTC:  

Update 18:35 UTC:  Crews responding to at least 24 medical and fire incidents after earthquake near Ridgecrest, California.

Update 18:28 UTC:  Shaking map with possible related damage from the natural disaster specialists at CATnews (Risklayer – CEDIM), Karlsruhe, Germany. Map generated by Andreas Schäfer.

Update 18:26 UTC:  This video shows a few small desert landslides, we estimate more dust than rocks during the earthquake

Update 18:25 UTC:  shaking of the water in a pool in Bakersfield, California

Update 18:20 UTC:  Gentle shaking in Ventura, quite a distance from the epicenter. No damage there

Update 18:20 UTC:  

Update 18:18 UTC:  USGS has tremendous difficulties to get their servers running to serve the flood of interested people.

Update 18:15 UTC:  Shaking map of the earthquake

Update 18:13 UTC:  A lot of superficial damage (broken objects in houses and in stores) in Ridgecrest California

Update 18:07 UTC:  We are mostly concerned about the situation in Ridgecrest, a desert city with 28,800 inhabitants.

Update 17:52 UTC:  lucky that the epicenter is located in the very sparsely populated Mojave desert

Update 17:50 UTC:  we are sorry to report that our servers cannot follow the number of visitors coming online.

Update 17:48 UTC:  Based on the present earthquake parameters (Magnitude, Depth, Population, etc) and our experience with earthquake damage impact, earthquake-report.com calls this earthquake extremely dangerous and expects injuries and serious damage

Most important Earthquake Data:

Magnitude : 4.1

Local Time (conversion only below land) : Unknown

GMT/UTC Time : 2019-07-04 17:02:55

Depth (Hypocenter) : 9 km

Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below.


(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Share your earthquake experience (I Have Felt It) with our readers.
Click on the “I Felt It” button behind the corresponding earthquake. Your earthquake experience is not only important for science, but also for people in the area as well as our global readership.

var i_30cc307368b4e3ed5d2f6f302bfc1972=0;

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>
I Felt It

INFO

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

–>

0 AND x.m0 AND x2.m 1.0) AND (date_time >= 1562198400 AND date_time Refresh this list
SRC Location UTC Date/time M D INFO
USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 23:13 3.1 2 MAP
<!–

MAP
USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 23:12 3.5 7 MAP
<!–

MAP
EMSC Southern California Jul 04 23:12 3.1 2 MAP
<!–

MAP
USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 23:07 2.6 1 MAP
<!–

MAP
USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 22:42 3.2 2 MAP
<!–

MAP
EMSC Southern California Jul 04 22:42 3.2 2 MAP
<!–

MAP
USGS Grapevine, Ca Jul 04 22:30 2.9 6 MAP
<!–

MAP
  • Pahurmp, NV – Pahrump, NV – about 10:34am light rocking motion lasted for 10-15 seconds
  • USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 22:30 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 22:29 2.5 9 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 22:12 4.2 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 22:12 4.5 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 22:05 3.0 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 22:05 3.0 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 22:02 3.4 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:47 3.3 9 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:47 3.2 9 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:46 2.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:44 2.5 6 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:42 2.7 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:41 2.5 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:40 3.4 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:40 3.4 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:40 3.4 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:33 3.1 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:33 3.1 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:32 2.6 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:28 2.5 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:26 3.0 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:26 3.0 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
  • Laughlin – There was no earthquake laugh out loud. People in California have it worst right now go back to bed…
  • Lancaster, ca – Lasted a couple minutes.
  • USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:23 2.8 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:15 2.5 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 21:07 2.5 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 21:02 3.6 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 21:02 3.6 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 20:57 2.5 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:55 3.4 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 20:55 3.4 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:45 3.1 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 20:45 3.1 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 20:34 2.6 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 20:23 2.5 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 20:23 3.4 9 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 20:23 3.4 10 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:17 3.1 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
  • Oxnard – Bed was swaying and blinds were moving back and forth, whole building and floor were swaying for at least a minute. Scary but no damage that I can see!! Felt the earth move!!
  • Tehachapi – Thought I was dizzy, hadn’t eaten yet. Then checked clock 10:30. Slight shaking to one good role from start to finish five minutes. Watched my books at top shelf mice and mirror shimmy. 98 yr Old man was in his recliner thought I was making his chair shake then realized I wasn’t behind him.. earth surfing..
  • Palmdale – Felt like the earth was swaying for awhile.More than a few seconds more like minutes
  • Palmdale – Felt like the earth was swaying for awhile.More than a few seconds more like minutes
  • Sanger, Ca – Very weak shaking
  • Newberry Springs – The shaking woke me up in bed and then I realized it was an earthquake. I shook for a while. I would estimate about 35-40 seconds. It definitely got my attention. I have felt many of the after shocks too
  • Yucaipa – No damage, lasted about 7 seconds.,light rolling motion.
  • Newberry springs – I was asleep in bed and was waken up by the strong shaking. I was startled as I didn’t know how late ng it would last. It seemed to last about 45 seconds. Too long for me. I am 70 milew away from the epicenter. We are feeling most of the after shocks too. No damage, just a bit shaken up. Lol
  • Loma Linda – I was posting on FB when I felt my couch start to rock a little. Then the venetian blinds started swaying and I felt the very unsettling sensation of the earth moving beneath the house and the house moving with it. My cat stood up and took notice. It felt like several waves rolling under as it passed through, and it went on for a good 25 seconds, at least.
  • Terra Bella CA – First shaking was very mild lasted 2/3 seconds followed by second wave a couple of seconds later that were stronger lasting 10 to 20 seconds. No damage to my house.
  • Fresno Ca – Heard very loud cracking sound near my bedroom window then my bed started swaying for at least 35 seconds
  • Banning, Ca. – Felt more of a rolling sensation than shaking. Lasted about 5 seconds.
  • Anahaim – Saaaaarrrryyy
  • Laughlin,NV – Very weak shaking
  • EMSC Southern California Jul 04 20:17 3.1 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Lucerne Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:15 2.7 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 20:15 4.2 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:14 4.0 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:11 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:06 3.4 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 20:04 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 20:01 2.5 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:58 2.6 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:56 4.2 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:56 3.1 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:53 2.5 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:53 2.5 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:52 3.0 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:52 3.0 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:51 3.3 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:49 3.2 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:49 3.2 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:47 2.5 12 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:40 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:39 2.6 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:27 2.8 6 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:27 2.9 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:26 2.7 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
  • Pahrump, NV – Awoken from nap by slow rolling vibration, then toward end of rolling, there was a short series of 6 to 12 regular pulses that were of low amplitude but similar frequency (spaced equally apart – 3-4 pulses per second for 3 to 4 seconds). Presumed it was from blasting along highway 160 between Pahrump and Las Vegas. Window shades were swinging during the rolling portion. Timing equates to this event.
  • Corona – Gentle extended rolling motion.
  • PALMDALE – 30 seconds, whole apartment shook, pictures fell.
  • Camarillo – Approximately 10 seconds of rocking back and forth
  • Hesperia – Lasted about 30 seconds and was an odd rolling sensation. Was rocking the chair I was sitting in and rocking a patio table outside
  • La Verne – A rolling more than a shaking
  • Hemet, CA – Strong rockin& rolling. Very scary. In 5th Wheel (RV community). Seemed to last quite awhile. Strongest we have felt in many years. Strong movement only 1 sentimental collectible fell & cracked.
  • Tehachapi – It was like a shaking affect but a rolling affect as well it was scary first time ever felt a earthquake
  • Exeter, CA – Moderate shaking
  • Laughlin – just a few sec
  • Glendale – Light shaking
  • PALM SPRINGS – More of a rolling. In my car with door opened. Car rocked back n forth slowed down then rocked again not as severe as the first.
  • Hesperia – The usual rolling so cal quake
  • EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:21 4.5 3 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:21 4.5 3 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:20 2.8 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:17 3.2 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:16 2.5 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:16 2.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:14 3.0 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:14 3.0 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 19:10 3.3 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:10 3.3 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:02 2.6 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:01 3.0 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:01 3.0 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 19:00 3.2 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 19:00 3.2 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:59 2.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:58 2.9 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:56 4.6 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:56 4.2 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:55 3.1 9 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:54 3.9 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:54 3.9 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:53 3.3 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:52 2.9 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:52 2.8 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:52 2.9 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:50 3.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:50 2.7 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:47 4.3 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:44 3.0 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:44 3.0 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:41 3.2 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:41 3.2 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    GEOFON Central California Jul 04 18:39 4.5 10 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:39 4.6 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:39 4.4 10 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:38 2.7 3 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:37 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:35 2.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:34 2.5 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:28 3.9 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
  • Glendale – Strong shaking
  • Fresno – Fresno- I felt it! A few seconds. Was talking to my brother in Chino, CA – 4hrs south of me. He felt it first
  • Fresno – No damage lots of movement
  • California – About 20 seconds, could differentiate between short and long waves
  • Las Vegas nv – No dammage light shaking 1 minute 10:34 am
  • Simi Valley – Shaking lasted about 30 seconds, fan/light swaying my dog was startled, no damage.
  • Long Beach, CA – Long, rolling…blinds and hanging fixtures shaking and glassware rattling.
  • Merced, CA – 10-15 seconds. 10:34am.
  • Palmdale – N/A
  • Las Vegas – Started as a light wobble, then my desk and other items started visibly rocking back and forth for less than a minute, I’d guess. My ceiling fan was creaking, but no other audible noise. The wobble slowly faded away. I’m on the 3rd floor of a 4 story, large building. Neighbor dogs were barking. No damage.
  • Weldon, CA – Very strong nearly a minute with lots of aftershocks still going here in the Kern River Valley.
  • San Juan Capistrano – At first just thought I was off balance since it made me rock onto my heels. Counted 18 seconds
  • Alhambra – Felt like it was moving for more then 5 or 6 seconds
  • Lemoore – 10 seconds, mild
  • Las Vegas Valley – Futon shook North/South about 5 seconds. Window shades swayed. No damage. I could shaking was from an E Quake, used to live in Ca.
    Mojave desert, California – July 4, 2019
  • Pomona , CA – I had just stood up and felt one intense jolt followed by some smaller ones. It felt as if a giant was shaking or pushing our small house from the outside. It felt more like shaking than rolling to me. The ceiling fan swayed. No unsecured items fell, but I did feel dizzy after.
  • Santa Barbara – Two of us felt it but another person sitting with us didn’t feel anything. It was strong enough to trigger mild motion sickness in me.
  • Kings canyon ntl park – I felt it two strong shakes
    I’m in kings canyon national Park ( east of Fresno) at about 6850 feet elevation
  • Las Vegas – I think it was about 1 or 2 min I’m not sure because at first I didn’t understand what exactly was going on. Then I see that the all building was moving and my couch where I was seating was moving and the lights at home were flashing so yeah it was scary. But thank god everything is fine here and nothing happened
  • Menifee California – I was watching tv when all of a sudden my silverware shook and my hanging light swung. Never had such a big earthquake.
  • USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:27 4.1 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:27 4.1 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:27 3.3 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:26 3.1 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:21 2.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:18 3.3 5 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:17 2.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:16 3.0 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:16 3.3 6 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:15 3.0 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:13 3.3 12 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Lone Pine, California Jul 04 18:13 3.1 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Central California Jul 04 18:13 3.1 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:12 3.4 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:11 2.8 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:11 2.9 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:10 3.5 8 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:08 3.5 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:07 3.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 18:07 3.5 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:06 3.8 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:05 2.8 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 18:03 3.0 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:02 2.7 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 18:00 2.7 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 17:58 3.3 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 17:57 2.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 17:57 2.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 17:52 2.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 17:52 2.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 17:51 3.4 0 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 17:47 3.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 17:47 3.0 16 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 17:46 3.4 7 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 17:46 3.4 10 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 17:44 3.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 17:44 3.9 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Ridgecrest, Ca Jul 04 17:43 3.6 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Searles Valley, Ca Jul 04 17:42 3.3 1 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    EMSC Southern California Jul 04 17:42 3.3 2 MAP
    <!–

    MAP
    USGS Beatty, Nevada Jul 04 17:42 2.8 4 MAP
    <!–

    MAP

    FOLLOW earthquake-report.com on TWITTER : @Quake_tracker4


    (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});


     

    Other earthquakes in the greater epicenter area

    Strongest earthquakes (since 1900) within a 150 km radius from this earthquake

    Screen Shot 2018-02-12 at 18.31.30

    zTime goes here

    Yes, I want to receive e-mail earthquake alerts based on the list/area below

    [+] Read before you subscribe – click here

    • The selection of a weak Magnitude, a 24 hour delivery on a worldwide list would result in an avalanche of emails (each earthquake will generate an E-mail). A more selective Magnitude, delivery option and area of your interest will give the best result.
    • As we have decided not to use a control panel or password, the parameters of your subscription can only be changed by canceling your subscription (link in each Email we send). To fine-tune your options, simply generate a new subscription.
    • We will not share your E-mail with anyone else, it will be used only for earthquake alerts.
    • Please make sure that you are white listing our emails as otherwise they may be deviated to your spam folder.
    Delivery frequency

    Immediately
    Every 60 minutes
    Once a day

    E-mails start at Magnitude

    2.5
    3
    3.5
    4
    4.5
    5
    5.5
    6

    Enter your email address:

    var LAST_MAP_URL=””;
    var LAST_SUB_LINK=””;

    var ssid = “f1hkvsir05dhkk4ijkihlfns50”;
    intvs = new Object;

    jQuery(document).ready(function( $ ) {

    jQuery.fn.center = function ()
    {
    //this.css(“position”,”absolute”);
    this.css(“top”, ((jQuery(window).height() – this.outerHeight()) / 2) + jQuery(window).scrollTop() + “px”);
    this.css(“left”, ((jQuery(window).width() – this.outerWidth()) / 2) + jQuery(window).scrollLeft() + “px”);
    return this;
    }
    jQuery.fn.hcenter = function ()
    {
    //this.css(“position”,”absolute”);
    //this.css(“top”, ((jQuery(window).height() – this.outerHeight()) / 2) + jQuery(window).scrollTop() + “px”);
    this.css(“left”, ((jQuery(window).width() – this.outerWidth()) / 2) + jQuery(window).scrollLeft() + “px”);
    return this;
    }
    jQuery(“#quake_warning_link”).click( function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    jQuery(“#quake_warning_link span”).html(
    jQuery(“#quake_warning_link span”).text() == “[+]”
    ? “[-]”
    : “[+]”
    )
    jQuery(“#quake_warning_box”).fadeToggle(500);
    })
    jQuery(“.quake_get_id”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var qid = jQuery(this).attr(“qid”);
    var txt = jQuery(this).text();

    //alert(txt);
    newbox = jQuery(“”);
    newbox
    .val(qid)
    .attr(“txt”, txt)

    jQuery(this).html(
    newbox
    );
    newbox
    .focus()
    .select()
    .blur(function(e) {
    var txt = jQuery(this).attr(“txt”)
    jQuery(this).parent().html(txt);
    jQuery(this).remove();
    })
    }).css(“cursor”, “pointer”)

    jQuery(“#subs_data form”).live(“submit”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var FORM = this;
    var FORM_DATA = jQuery(this).serialize();
    var xurl2 = “https://earthquake-report.com/wp-content/plugins/quakesos/subscribe.php”;

    jQuery.post
    (
    xurl2,
    FORM_DATA,
    function(data)
    {
    if (data != “OK”)
    msg = “
    “+data+”
    “;
    else
    msg = “
    Successfully subscribed to following feed! Please check your email to activate the subscription.
    “;

    jQuery(“#subs_overlay”).fadeOut();
    msg = jQuery(msg);
    LAST_SUB_LINK
    .after(msg)
    msg.fadeIn(1000, function() { msg.fadeOut(7000, function(){msg.remove();})});

    }
    );

    });

    jQuery(“.quake_subs_link”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var conditions = jQuery(this).attr(“c”);
    //alert(conditions);
    var ifr = jQuery(”);
    ifr
    .css(“width”, jQuery(“#subs_overlay”).width() + “px”)
    .attr(“src”, “https://localhost”)

    jQuery(“#subs_overlay”)
    .css(“z-index”, 2000)
    jQuery(“#subs_data form input[name=”c”]”)
    .val(conditions)

    jQuery(“#subs_overlay”)
    .hcenter()
    .fadeIn(1000, function() { jQuery(“#subs_data form input[name=”email”]”).focus() })
    LAST_SUB_LINK = jQuery(this);
    })
    .css(“cursor”, “pointer”)
    jQuery(“#subs_data form input[type=”button”]”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    jQuery(“#subs_overlay”).fadeOut();
    })
    jQuery(“.map_link”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var url = jQuery(this).attr(“href”);
    var loc = jQuery(this).attr(“location”);
    var mag = jQuery(this).attr(“magnitude”);
    var lat = jQuery(this).attr(“lat”);
    var long = jQuery(this).attr(“long”);
    jQuery(“#map_title”).html(“” + loc + ” (magnitude: ” + mag + “) GEO: “+lat +”, “+long);

    /*if (LAST_MAP_URL == url)
    {
    jQuery(“#map_overlay”)
    .fadeIn(1000)
    return;
    }*/
    LAST_MAP_URL = url;

    var ifr = jQuery(”);
    ifr
    .css(“width”, jQuery(“#map_overlay”).width() + “px”)
    //.css(“height”, (jQuery(“#map_overlay”).height()-70) + “px”)
    .attr(“src”, “https://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=”+loc+”, Region@”+lat+”,”+long+”&z=8&output=embed&t=h&iwloc=near&ev=kh&view=map&ie=UTF8&oe=UTF8″)

    jQuery(“#map_overlay”)
    .css(“z-index”, 2000)
    .find(“#map_data”)
    .html(ifr)
    jQuery(“#map_overlay”)
    .hcenter()
    .fadeIn(1000)

    });
    jQuery(“#map_close”).click(function(e)
    {
    jQuery(“#map_overlay”)
    .fadeOut(1000);
    }).css(“cursor”, “pointer”)
    jQuery(“#subs_close”).click(function(e)
    {
    jQuery(“#subs_overlay”)
    .fadeOut(1000);
    }).css(“cursor”, “pointer”)

    jQuery(“#refresh_list”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var quake_data= jQuery(this).attr(“quake_data”);
    var data = {“action”: “get_refresh_list”,”quake_data”: quake_data};
    jQuery(“.eq_with_comments”).html(“”);
    jQuery.post(“https://earthquake-report.com/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php”, data, function(response) {
    jQuery(“.eq_with_comments”).html(response);
    //console.log(response);
    });
    })
    });

    //refreshcode

    function quake_auto_refresh(tid,max)
    {
    var iid = tid;//jQuery(“table [iid=”+tid+”]”).attr(“iid”);
    jQuery.get(
    “https://earthquake-report.com/wp-content/plugins/quakesos/latest.php?iid=”+iid+”&mx=”+max,
    function(data)
    {
    if (data == “”)
    return;
    data = data.split(ssid);
    if (data[1] == “” || data[1] == undefined)
    return;
    var newmax = parseInt(data[1]);
    var obj = jQuery(data[0]);
    obj.css(“opacity”, 0.1);
    jQuery(“table[iid=”+iid+”]”)
    .find(“tr”)
    .first()
    .after(obj)
    obj.animate({opacity:1}, 1000);

    clearInterval(intvs[tid].interval);
    intvs[tid].interval = setInterval(“quake_auto_refresh(‘”+tid+”‘, “+newmax+”)”,intvs[tid].time);
    }
    );

    }

    .MMI_help {
    background-color:#eeeeee;
    color:gray;
    text-decoration:none;
    font-size:11px;
    padding:4px;
    }
    .MMI_note {
    display:none;
    font-size:12px;
    padding:15px;
    border:1px dotted gray;
    background-color:#eeeeee;
    }

    SHARE YOUR EARTHQUAKE EXPERIENCE WITH US
    Please enable javascript in your browser in order to submit this form.



    <!–

    –>

    I felt the shaking *
    Country where you felt the earthquake * Afghanistanaland IslandsAlbaniaAlgeriaAmerican SamoaAndorraAngolaAnguillaAntarcticaAntigua and BarbudaArgentinaArmeniaArubaAustraliaAustriaAzerbaijanBahamasBahrainBangladeshBarbadosBelarusBelgiumBelizeBeninBermudaBhutanBoliviaBosnia and HerzegovinaBotswanaBouvet IslandBrazilBritish Antarctic TerritoryBritish Indian Ocean TerritoryBritish Virgin IslandsBruneiBulgariaBurkina FasoBurundiCambodiaCameroonCanadaCanton and Enderbury IslandsCape VerdeCayman IslandsCentral African RepublicChadChileChinaChristmas IslandCocos [Keeling] IslandsColombiaComorosCongo – BrazzavilleCongo – KinshasaCook IslandsCosta RicaC?te d?IvoireCroatiaCubaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkDjiboutiDominicaDominican RepublicDronning Maud LandEcuadorEgyptEl SalvadorEquatorial GuineaEritreaEstoniaEthiopiaFalkland IslandsFaroe IslandsFijiFinlandFranceFrench GuianaFrench PolynesiaFrench Southern and Antarctic TerritoriesFrench Southern TerritoriesGabonGambiaGeorgiaGermanyGhanaGibraltarGreeceGreenlandGrenadaGuadeloupeGuamGuatemalaGuernseyGuineaGuinea-BissauGuyanaHaitiHeard Island and McDonald IslandsHondurasHong Kong SAR ChinaHungaryIcelandIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqIrelandIsle of ManIsraelItalyJamaicaJapanJerseyJohnston IslandJordanKazakhstanKenyaKiribatiKuwaitKyrgyzstanLaosLatviaLebanonLesothoLiberiaLibyaLiechtensteinLithuaniaLuxembourgMacau SAR ChinaMacedoniaMadagascarMalawiMalaysiaMaldivesMaliMaltaMarshall IslandsMartiniqueMauritaniaMauritiusMayotteMetropolitan FranceMexicoMicronesiaMidway IslandsMoldovaMonacoMongoliaMontenegroMontserratMoroccoMozambiqueMyanmar [Burma]NamibiaNauruNepalNetherlandsNetherlands AntillesNeutral ZoneNew CaledoniaNew ZealandNicaraguaNigerNigeriaNiueNorfolk IslandNorth KoreaNorthern Mariana IslandsNorwayOmanPacific Islands Trust TerritoryPakistanPalauPalestinian TerritoriesPanamaPanama Canal ZonePapua New GuineaParaguayPeople’s Democratic Republic of YemenPeruPhilippinesPitcairn IslandsPolandPortugalPuerto RicoQatarR?unionRomaniaRussiaRwandaSaint Barth?lemySaint HelenaSaint Kitts and NevisSaint LuciaSaint MartinSaint Pierre and MiquelonSaint Vincent and the GrenadinesSamoaSan MarinoS?o Tom? and Pr?ncipeSaudi ArabiaSenegalSerbiaSerbia and MontenegroSeychellesSierra LeoneSingaporeSlovakiaSloveniaSolomon IslandsSomaliaSouth AfricaSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich IslandsSouth KoreaSpainSri LankaSudanSurinameSvalbard and Jan MayenSwazilandSwedenSwitzerlandSyriaTaiwanTajikistanTanzaniaThailandTimor-LesteTogoTokelauTongaTrinidad and TobagoTunisiaTurkeyTurkmenistanTurks and Caicos IslandsTuvaluU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsU.S. Miscellaneous Pacific IslandsU.S. Virgin IslandsUgandaUkraineUnion of Soviet Socialist RepublicsUnited Arab EmiratesUnited KingdomUnited StatesUnknown or Invalid RegionUruguayUzbekistanVanuatuVatican CityVenezuelaVietnamVietnamWake IslandWallis and FutunaWestern SaharaYemenZambiaZimbabwe
    City/Village where you felt the earthquake *
    Street or suburb (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Latitude (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Longitude (area) where you felt the earthquake
    Time that you felt the earthquake (local time)
    Shaking Strength *
    MMI II (Very weak shaking) ?

    People :
    Felt by persons at rest, on upper floors or favorably placed.
    MMI III (Weak shaking) ?

    People :
    Felt indoors; hanging objects may swing, vibration similar to passing of light trucks, duration may be estimated, may not be recognized as an earthquake.
    MMI IV (Light shaking) ?

    People :
    Generally noticed indoors but not outside. Light sleepers may be awakened. Vibration may be likened to the passing of heavy traffic, or to the jolt of a heavy object falling or striking the building.
    Fittings :
    Doors and windows rattle. Glassware and crockery rattle. Liquids in open vessels may be slightly disturbed. Standing motorcars may rock.
    Structures :
    Walls and frames of buildings, and partitions and suspended ceilings in commercial buildings, may be heard to creak.
    MMI V (Moderate shaking) ?

    People :
    Generally felt outside, and by almost everyone indoors. Most sleepers awakened. A few people alarmed.
    Fittings :
    Small unstable objects are displaced or upset. Some glassware and crockery may be broken. Hanging pictures knock against the wall. Open doors may swing. Cupboard doors secured by magnetic catches may open. Pendulum clocks stop, start, or change rate.
    Structures :
    Some large display windows cracked. A few earthenware toilet fixtures cracked.
    MMI VI (Strong shaking) ?

    People
    Felt by all. People and animals alarmed. Many run outside. Difficulty experienced in walking steadily.
    Fittings :
    Objects fall from shelves. Pictures fall from walls. Some furniture moved on smooth floors, some unsecured free-standing fireplaces moved. Glassware and crockery broken. Very unstable furniture overturned. Small church and school bells ring. Appliances move on bench or table tops. Filing cabinets or “easy glide” drawers may open (or shut).
    Structures :
    Slight damage to buildings with low standard. Some stucco or cement plaster falls. Large display windows broken. Damage to a few weak domestic chimneys, some may fall.
    Environment :
    Trees and bushes shake, or are heard to rustle. Loose material may be dislodged from sloping ground, e.g. existing slides, talus slopes, shingle slides.
    MMI VII (Very strong shaking) ?

    People
    General alarm. Difficulty experienced in standing. Noticed by motorcar drivers who may stop.
    Fittings :
    Large bells ring. Furniture moves on smooth floors, may move on carpeted floors. Substantial damage to fragile contents of buildings.
    Structures :
    Unreinforced stone and brick walls cracked. Low standard buildings cracked with some minor masonry falls. A few instances of damage to buildings of ordinary workmanship. Unbraced parapets, unbraced brick gables, and architectural ornaments fall. Roofing tiles, especially ridge tiles may be dislodged. Many unreinforced domestic chimneys damaged, often falling from roof-line. Water tanks Type I burst. A few instances of damage to brick veneers and plaster or cement-based linings. Unrestrained water cylinders (hot-water cylinders) may move and leak. Some common windows cracked. Suspended ceilings damaged.
    Environment :
    Water made turbid by stirred up mud. Small slides such as falls of sand and gravel banks, and small rock-falls from steep slopes and cuttings. Instances of settlement of unconsolidated or wet, or weak soils. Some fine cracks appear in sloping ground. A few instances of liquefaction (i.e. small water and sand ejections).
    MMI VIII (Severe shaking) ?

    People
    Alarm may approach panic. Steering of motorcars greatly affected.

    Structures :
    Low standard buildings heavily damaged, some collapse. ordinary workmanship buildings damaged, some with partial collapse. Reinforced masonry or concrete buildings damaged in some cases. A few instances of damage to buildings and bridges designed and built to resist earthquakes. Monuments and pre-1976 elevated tanks and factory stacks twisted or brought down. Some pre-1965 infill masonry panels damaged. A few post-1980 brick veneers damaged. Decayed timber piles of houses damaged. Houses not secured to foundations may move. Most unreinforced domestic chimneys damaged, some below roof-line, many brought down.

    Environment :
    Cracks appear on steep slopes and in wet ground. Small to moderate slides in roadside cuttings and unsupported excavations. Small water and sand ejections and localized lateral spreading adjacent to streams, canals, lakes, etc.

    MMI IX (Violent shaking) ?

    Structures
    Many low standard buildings destroyed. Ordinary workmanship buildings heavily damaged, some collapse. Reinforced masonry or concrete buildings damaged, some with partial collapse. Buildings and bridges designed and built to resist earthquakes damaged in some cases, some with flexible frames seriously damaged. Damage or permanent distortion to some buildings and bridges, designed and built to normal use standards. Houses not secured to foundations shifted off. Brick veneers fall and expose frames.

    Environment :
    Cracking of ground conspicuous. Landsliding general on steep slopes. Liquefaction effects intensified and more widespread, with large lateral spreading and flow sliding adjacent to streams, canals, lakes, etc.

    Tell us your experience and how many seconds the shaking lasted + let us know if your property has been damaged (even slight damage). (max. 500 characters)

    * mandatory fields <!–

     

    Security check, enter >

    –>
    characters allowed
    characters typed extra


    X

    .hover_bkgr_fricc{
    background:rgba(0,0,0,.4);
    cursor:pointer;
    display:none;
    height:100%;
    position:fixed;
    text-align:center;
    top:0;
    width:100%;
    z-index:10000;
    left:0;
    }
    .hover_bkgr_fricc img.thankyou-div {
    width: 150px;
    }
    .hover_bkgr_fricc .helper{
    display:inline-block;
    height:100%;
    vertical-align:middle;
    }
    .hover_bkgr_fricc > div {
    background-color: #fff;
    box-shadow: 10px 10px 60px #555;
    display: inline-block;
    height: auto;
    max-width: 551px;
    min-height: 100px;
    vertical-align: middle;
    width: 60%;
    position: relative;
    border-radius: 8px;
    padding: 15px 5%;
    }
    .popupCloseButton {
    background-color: #fff;
    border: 3px solid #999;
    border-radius: 50px;
    cursor: pointer;
    display: inline-block;
    font-family: arial;
    font-weight: bold;
    position: absolute;
    top: -20px;
    right: -20px;
    font-size: 25px;
    line-height: 30px;
    width: 30px;
    height: 30px;
    text-align: center;
    }
    .popupCloseButton:hover {
    background-color: #ccc;
    }
    .trigger_popup_fricc {
    cursor: pointer;
    font-size: 20px;
    margin: 20px;
    display: inline-block;
    font-weight: bold;
    }

    var PREV_MII_Help = false;
    var PREV_v = false;
    var LANG_count_text = jQuery(“#quake_c_count”).text();
    var LANG_extra_text = jQuery(“#quake_c_extra”).text();

    jQuery(document).ready(function( $ ) {

    jQuery(“.hover_bkgr_fricc”).click(function(){
    jQuery(“.hover_bkgr_fricc”).hide();
    });
    jQuery(“.popupCloseButton”).click(function(){
    jQuery(“.hover_bkgr_fricc”).hide();
    });
    var captcha_url = “https://earthquake-report.com/wp-content/plugins/quakesos”;
    var xurl = “https://earthquake-report.com/wp-content/plugins/quakesos/experience.php”;
    var url1 = jQuery(“.quake_felt”).first().attr(“href”);
    jQuery(“#qid”).val(url1);
    jQuery(“#comments”).keyup(function(e) {
    var len = jQuery(this).val().trim().length;
    if (len<=500)
    jQuery("#quake_c_count")
    .html((500-len)+" "+LANG_count_text)
    .css("color","blue")
    .show()
    else
    jQuery("#quake_c_count")
    .html((len-500)+" "+LANG_extra_text)
    .css("color","red")
    .show()
    });
    jQuery(".MMI_help").click(function(e) {
    e.preventDefault();

    if (PREV_MII_Help)
    {
    PREV_MII_Help.fadeOut(300);
    }
    var h = jQuery(this).next();
    h
    .css("position","absolute")
    .css("width", "500px")
    .css("left", (parseInt(jQuery(this).css("left"))+50) + "px")
    .css("top", (parseInt(jQuery(this).css("top"))+50) + "px")
    //.hcenter()

    if (PREV_MII_Help && h.html() == PREV_v)
    {
    PREV_MII_Help.fadeOut(300);
    PREV_MII_Help = false;
    PREV_v = false;
    return;
    }
    PREV_MII_Help = h;
    PREV_v = h.html();
    h.fadeIn(300)
    });

    jQuery("#quake_experience").live("submit", function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var FORM = this;
    var FORM_DATA = jQuery(this).serialize();

    jQuery("#exp_submit_button").attr("disabled", "true");

    window.setTimeout(function(){
    jQuery("#exp_submit_button").removeAttr("disabled");
    },1000);

    jQuery.post
    (
    xurl,
    FORM_DATA,
    function(data)
    {
    jQuery("#quake_c_count").html("");
    if (data != ""){
    alert(data);

    }
    else
    {
    jQuery("#comments,#captcha,#location,#local_eq_time").val("");
    jQuery("#form_overlay #qid").val("-1");
    jQuery('input[name="experience"]').removeAttr("checked");
    jQuery("#quake_success").html("
    Earthquake-Report.com appreciates sharing your experience with our readers!”);
    jQuery(“html, body”).animate({ scrollTop: $(“#form_overlay”).offset().top }, 100);
    jQuery(“.hover_bkgr_fricc”).show();
    }
    }
    );

    });
    jQuery(“.quake_felt”).live(“click”, function(e)
    {
    e.preventDefault();
    var url = jQuery(this).attr(“href”);
    var mag = jQuery(this).attr(“mag”);
    var tit = jQuery(this).attr(“title”);
    jQuery(“#quake_title”).html(tit + ” – M ” + mag);

    //jQuery(“#form_overlay”)
    //.css(“z-index”, 2000)
    //.find(“#quake_experience”)

    jQuery(“#qid”).val(url);
    //jQuery(“#form_overlay”)
    //.hcenter()
    //.fadeIn(1000)
    jQuery(“#comments,#captcha”)//,#email
    .val(“”);
    //jQuery(“#email”)
    //.focus();

    //jQuery(“#captcha_img”)
    // .attr(“src”, captcha_url + “/captcha.php?” + Date());
    /*jQuery(“#captcha_reload”)
    .attr(“src”, captcha_url + “/reload.png”)
    .attr(“alt”, “Reload security captcha”)
    .attr(“title”, “Reload security captcha”)
    .css(“cursor”, “pointer”)
    .click(function(e) {
    jQuery(“#captcha_img”)
    .attr(“src”, captcha_url + “/captcha.php?” + Date());
    });
    */
    jQuery(“html, body”).animate({ scrollTop: $(“#form_overlay”).offset().top }, 500,
    function() {
    var fld = “#email”;
    if (jQuery(fld).val() != “”)
    fld = “#form_overlay input[name=”location”]”;
    jQuery(fld)
    .focus()
    .select()
    }
    );
    });
    jQuery(“#experience_close”).click(function(e)
    {
    jQuery(“#form_overlay”)
    .fadeOut(1000);
    }).css(“cursor”, “pointer”)

    });

    source

    Click on a tab to select how you'd like to leave your comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *