Posted by: magmatist | June 30, 2015

Earthquake below Deming Glacier, Mount Baker

Map showing location of M 1.6 seismic event at Deming Glacier

Map showing location of M 1.6 seismic event at Deming Glacier

By D. Tucker 6-30-15

A 1.6 earthquake was detected Sunday June 28 at the Deming Glacier. Puget Sound Seismic Network reports it occurred at 12:19:49 PDT at a depth of 0.0 km. This is a steep icefall and collapsing ice may be the source of the signal.

It is probably only significant because it is the first seismic signal from Mount Baker since November 12, 2014.

 View Event Page

Magnitude: 1.6
Time(UTC): 2015/06/28 19:19:49
Time(Local): 2015/06/28 12:19:49 PDT
Depth: 0.0Km (0.0miles)
Event Id: 61035442
Network: UW
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