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Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera

 
Hiroaki
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Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera
I've noticed usgs always seems to post yellowstones earthquakes late on the map, usually waiting almost a week to put them up so that they get cycled off the map almost instantly. Has anyone else noticed this phenomena? While they seem to post everything that goes on at Long Vally caldera the instant it happens. Perhaps because long Valley is not well known to the average American (it would be a pretty big fucking deal if long Valley had an eruption btw), there is also some evidence that long valley and Yellowstone have erupted simultaneously in the past.

Well I have to run but I will expand on my thoughts later today, just thought I would get the discussion ball rolling.

Here is a link to sismic monitoring stations in Yellowstone and a hell of alot better than usgs quake map [link to www.isthisthingon.org]

Feb 19th report:
Sporadic earthquakes continue at Mount Hood volcano (OR) (station TDH).
A few earthquakes with magnitudes larger than M1.0 have occurred the past few days in the Long Valley Caldera region (CA). Interestingly, apparent trends of events have switched this past week from northeasterly to northwesterly (at least around Mammoth Mountain!).
[link to earthquake-report.com]

Feb 14th report:
Seismograms recorded in the Long Valley caldera (CA) seismic network are swamped by aftershocks from the magnitude M5.1 earthquake which struck northeast of the caldera early yesterday. Suffice it to say a few small earthquakes (M<M2.0) occurred in and around the caldera overnight.
[link to earthquake-report.com]

Feb 10th report:

Small earthquakes also rumble beneath Mammoth Mountain volcano (CA) (station MMS), Long Valley Caldera (including a deep low-frequency event 15 km below the resurgent dome), and immediately to their south beneath the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Spikes in the Mammoth Mountain seismogram appear to be the result of a clock/timing error.
[link to earthquake-report.com]

Feb 8th report:
Sporadic small earthquakes continue within and around Mammoth Mountain volcano (station MMS), Long Valley Caldera (CA) and the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the south. A magnitude M1.1 event occurred at Mammoth Mountain this morning.
[link to earthquake-report.com]

Jan 31st report:
A vigorous burst of seismicity occurred overnight beneath the Southern Moat of Long Valley Caldera (CA) (station MMS). An episode of inflation at the caldera ended late last fall. Earthquakes also cluster beneath Mammoth Mountain volcano, and along a NNE-trending structure within the Sierra Nevada Mountains south of the caldera.
[link to earthquake-report.com]

Last Edited by Hiroaki on 02/21/2013 05:50 PM
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Re: Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera
I've been unable to find any good reporting on Yellowstone. Sometimes they will disappear after being recorded. Good luck on finding anything.
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Re: Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera
I've been unable to find any good reporting on Yellowstone. Sometimes they will disappear after being recorded. Good luck on finding anything.
 Quoting: Skepticnumberone


Yeah I've noticed the same, the link I posted shows you whats happening real time but you have to weed out what the sismic stations are picking up from earthquakes outside the region.

As far as long valley caldera goes they have been reporting current earthquake swarms. They had a swarm there pretty recently actually.


Seismograms recorded in the Long Valley caldera (CA) seismic network are swamped by aftershocks from the magnitude M5.1 earthquake which struck northeast of the caldera early yesterday. Suffice it to say a few small earthquakes (M<M2.0) occurred in and around the caldera overnight.

[link to earthquake-report.com]

Maybe all the msm hype about Yellowstone is to distract us away from long valley?
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Re: Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera
I noticed the Long Valley a while back. They were definitely swarming. Looks like it has calmed down. The comment I did get when I posted here were that it was hydro-thermal, which is true but that didn't account for the amount and locations.
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Re: Earthquake Swarms/ Yellowstone and Long Valley Caldera
I noticed the Long Valley a while back. They were definitely swarming. Looks like it has calmed down. The comment I did get when I posted here were that it was hydro-thermal, which is true but that didn't account for the amount and locations.
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I updated my original post, look above its still popping. There are new links at the top of the page.

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