4.6 magnitude earthquake at 10 km depth
4 Jun 01:41 UTC: First report: VolcanoDiscovery after 3 minutes.
Jun 4 01:54: Now use data updates from USGS
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Update Sat, June 4, 2022, 02:00 a.m
A 4.6 magnitude tremor struck early evening 94 km southwest of Los Mochis, Mexico
4.6 magnitude tremor on June 3 at 18:39 (GMT -7)
A second report was later issued by the German Research Center for Geosciences (GFZ), which listed it as a magnitude 4.4 earthquake. Other agencies reporting the same quake include the United States Geological Survey at a magnitude of 4.6, RaspberryShake’s Citizen Seismograph Network at a magnitude of 4.6, and the European-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) at a magnitude from 4.6.
Cities close to the epicenter where the quake may have been felt as a very weak quake include Cobaime (population 200) 77 km from the epicenter, Topolobampo (population 6,400) 77 km, Ejido Bachomobampo Numero Dos (population 1,400 Resident). 78 km away, Higuera de Zaragoza (9,600 inhabitants) 89 km away, Ejido Ohuira (2,100 inhabitants) 90 km away, Ahome (11,300 inhabitants) 92 km away, Mochis (2,900 inhabitants) 92 km away and Los Mochis (256,600 inhabitants) 94 kilometers away.
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Data for the same earthquake reported by different authorities
Info: The more agencies reporting on the same quake and publishing similar data, the more confidence you can have in the data. It usually takes up to a few hours to calculate earthquake parameters with near-optimal accuracy.
|4.6||10km||83 km southwest of Campo Pesquero El Colorado, Mexico||SSN|
|4.6||10km||MEXICO: CALIFORNIA GULF||rescue service|
|4.6||10km||Mexico: Gulf of California||raspberry shake|
|4.6||10km||MEXICO: 91 km Al SUROESTE De AHOME, SIN||USGS|
|4.4||10km||Mexico: Gulf of California||GFZ|