Right on schedule, just as we were expecting, a new series of dormant volcanoes , and fracking operations are being hit by earthquake activity along the West Coast (in California).
In the past 24 hours (up to June 11, 2015) the three most recent earthquakes in California above M2.5 reveal the nature of the seismic unrest below.
Displacement is occurring below ancient magma chambers, and man made drilling operations. In one case, we just saw an earthquake strike near an actual VOLCANO which is being FRACKED.
A magnitude 3.4 earthquake struck near two unnamed dormant volcanic buttes at the California Nevada border.
In the above graphic, the two unnamed dormant volcanic buttes are easily seen from satellite view. The dark black, and red igneous rock (lava rock) are seen in stark contrast to the lighter colored desert sands of the greater area.
Goldfield Nevada is indeed a Gold mining area, rich with deposits of Silver/Gold layered in the ancient volcanic complex.
|Magnitude/uncertainty||3.4 ml± 0.4|
|Location/uncertainty||37.692°N 117.648°W± 0.8 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||5.4 km± 2.7|
|Number of Stations||19|
|Number of Phases||23|
|Minimum Distance||51.10 km (0.46°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.1372 sec|
|FE Region||Nevada (40)|
In addition to the movement at the NV / CA border, another M2.8 earthquake struck due North of the M3.4 — close to Lassen Peak Volcanic Center.
Lassen Peak volcanic center extends for multiple miles North, and South from the actual peak. If you look closely at the below graphic (from Google Earth), you can see the old lava flows from other volcanic cones / buttes to the East and West of Lassen peak.
The older volcanoes appear as round dark patches on top of the lighter colored brown sands of the landscape.
Unfortunately, it appears they’re FRACKING some of these dormant butte volcanoes. Quite literally they are injecting water, and extracting gas/oil along a series of complex faults, directly on the flanks of dormant volcanoes.
Now earthquakes are striking near these dormant fracked volcanoes.
|Magnitude/uncertainty||2.8 md± 0.2|
|Location/uncertainty||39.683°N 121.124°W± 0.2 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||8.1 km± 1.3|
|Number of Stations||45|
|Number of Phases||47|
|Minimum Distance||19.15 km (0.17°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.13 sec|
|FE Region||Northern California (36)|
The above earthquakes occurred near dormant volcanoes, meaning the two most recent earthquakes are related to deeper plate stresses + volcanism (occurring near dormant volcanoes).
Ironically, over the past 24 hours, the only other 2.5M+ earthquake to strike California fell upon a FRACKING operation as well.
Yes, not only are they are fracking volcanoes in South Central California, they have fracking operations very close to large population centers like Los Angeles, CA producing noticeable earthquake activity as well.
|Magnitude/uncertainty||2.5 ml± 0.2|
|Location/uncertainty||35.082°N 119.070°W± 0.2 km|
|Depth/uncertainty||15.2 km± 0.7|
|Number of Stations||37|
|Number of Phases||58|
|Minimum Distance||21.38 km (0.19°)|
|Travel Time Residual||0.2 sec|
|FE Region||Central California (39)|