PHILIPPINE EARTHQUAKE WIDELY FELT

 

EARTHQUAKE SUMMARY FOR JULY 3, 2015

 

A strong earthquake of M 6.1 was widely felt today in the region of the Central Philippine Islands. Philvolcs reported the earthquake of M 6.1 in the central Philippines was felt with intensity V in Surigao City General Luna and Bucas Grande, Surigao del Norte and Tlacogon, Agusan del Sur; Carrascal, Suriago del Sur. with intensity IV in Dinagat Island; Butuan City; III in Tandag, Surigao del Sur, Balanginga and Guiuan, Eastern Samar; San Juan Hinuangan and St. Bernard, Southern Leyte, Tacloban City, Palo and Dulag, Leyte; Lapulapu City, Consolacion, Cebu; Gingoog, Misami, Oriental ; Davao City;  II in Bislig, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur; Mambajao, Camiguin, Cagayun de Oro City and I in Rolango, Zamboanga del Norte; Camiguin; Cagayan del Iro and I in Polangco, Zamboanga del Norte; Dipolong City.  NEIC reported this earthquake of M 6.1 in the Philippines was felt with maximum intensity VII in Madrid, V in Brasilisa, Caraga, Philippines and IV in Basagn, Butuan, Bunga, Hindang, San Antonio, Manila, Claver, and II-II in Cebu, Mandaue, Doos, Lacson, Davao, Maanaas, Cagayan, Bugo, Barra, Palo, Hinundayan, Philippines. EMSC reported this earthquake of M 6.1 in the central Philippines was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Surigao City, Butuan City, Consolacion, Cebu City, Panabo, Philippines. This earthquake was probably promoted by Tropical Storm Linfa which was making landfall in the Philippines when the earthquake occurred. This summary had anticipated this possibility as follows:

 

"TS Linfa (10E) continued east of the Central Philippines with winds up to 45 kts today. This system is expected to turn north today and then to track to the northwest. It could reach the northern Philippines by July 6 as a moderate typhoon. Regional seismicity in the northern and central Philippines and Taiwan is likely to increase in the next five days with the possibility of a moderate to large earthquake in the area through July 10." (July 1-2, 2015)

 

Forecast 90052 had expected this earthquake in the Philippines was likely within about 100 km of this epicenter around July 5. It is the strongest earthquake within about 200 km of this epicenter since an M 7.1 on October 15, 2013 and prior to that an M 7.6 on August 31, 2012. This was a devastating event, also triggered by tropical cyclones hitting the Bohol area of the Philippines.

  

O: 03JUL2015 06:43:24  10.2N  126.0E Mw=6.1  EMSC   PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION

O:  3JUL2015 06:43:22  10.2N  125.9E mw=6.1  ANSS   Santa Monica Philippines     

P:  5JUL2015 90052     11.0N  125.0E 3.5-6.3 AAAAA  Luzon, Philippines         

 

Several other earthquakes today appear to have been promoted by strong ocean storms and tropical cyclones. An M 4.8 in the Central Mariana Islands  was in the area of the landfall of Tropical Storm Chan-Hom which hit the Mariana Islands today as reported in this summary:

 

 

"TS Chan-Hom continued east of the Mariana Islands with winds up to 55 kts today. This system  is expected to track to the west passing east of Guam around July 5. Seismicity in Guam is often affected by strong storms with increases in seismicity possible. A moderate to strong quake in the southern Mariana Islands is possible in this area around  July 4-7." (July 1-2, 2015)

 

O:  3JUL2015 23:11:30  16.9N  145.8E mb=4.9  ANSS   Anatahan Northern Mariana Isla

P:  4JUL2015 90059     17.0N  147.0E 4.0-5.6 AAAAA  No. Marianas               

 

Earthquakes in the regions of New Britain and south in the D'entrecasteaux Islands of M 4.9-5.2 also continued today as Tropical Cyclone Raquel buffeted the area. This storm was described in this summary as follows:

 

"TC Raquel continued over the southeastern Solomon Islands with winds up to 40 kts today. This system is expected to track to the south and west over the next several days reaching the Solomon Islands for the second time around July 4. A seismic watch for this area is in effect through July 7 with the possibility of a further moderate to strong earthquake in the area from New Britain/Ireland to the Solomon Islands during this time period.

 

The D'entrecasteaux Islands region is moderately seismic. The last earthquaekes within about 100 km of today's event occurred on June 25, 2015 (M 5.1); October 7, 2013 (M 5.3, 5.1) and December 14, 2008 (M 5.0). The last event in the region of significantly larger magnitude than M 5.2 occurred on August 15, 2006 with M 5.7. Forecast 90027 had expected this area to be active around July 4.

 

O:  3JUL2015 15:54:13  10.3S  152.0E mb=4.9  ANSS   Samarai Papua New Guinea     

O: 03JUL2015 15:54:12  10.3S  152.0E Mw=5.2  EMSC   D'ENTRECASTEAUX ISLANDS REGION

P:  4JUL2015 90027      8.0S  151.0E 4.0-5.6 ACAAA  New Ireland                 

 

A series of unusual, moderate earthquakes hit on ocean Ridges today. The most unusual of these was an M 4.9 on the Southern mid-Atlantic but events also hit the Owen Fracture Zone (M 5.3) and the western Indian-Antarctic Ridge south of  Australia (M 4.8). The events in the Atlantic and south of Australia are at high latitudes (49-50 degrees latitude) while the Owen Fracture Zone event is about 10-15 degrees from the geomagnetic equator. These events were probably promoted by the recent geomagnetic storms.

 

The earthquake in the Southern Mid-Atlantic of M 4.9 was not felt in this remote area. The last earthquake of M>=4.9 within about 200 km of this epicenter occurred on February 1, 2015 with M 4.9 and M 5.3. This appears to be the antipodal pair to an earthquake in the Near Islands which occurred yesterday with M 4.8. This summary had reported on the Near Island earthquake yesterday as follows:

 

"The strongest earthquake in the U.S. today was an M 4.8 in the Near Islands near Attu Station, Aleutians, Alaska. As the earthquake in Nova Scotia was near the furthest east point in the U.S. this earthquake in Alaska was near the farthest west point in the U.S. This area is capable of strong earthquake but the last event in the region within about 150 km of this epicenter of M>=4.8 occurred on September 25, 2013 with M 5.4 and the last strong quake in the area was an M 6.0 on December 15, 2012 (M 6.0). This is a remote area but large earthquakes are occasionally felt at Attu. Today's event was not felt. Forecast 90198 had expected this event around July 1." (July 1-2, 2015)

 

O:  2JUL2015 07:03:23  53.1N  173.0E mb=4.8  ANSS   Attu Station Alaska          

P:  1JUL2015 90198     54.0N  170.0E 4.0-5.7 AABAA  Near Islands                

 

O:  3JUL2015 15:36:01  50.1S    7.7W mb=4.9  ANSS   Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge" 

 

Likewise, the event south of Australia is very close to the antipode of the M 3.8 in Nova Scotia which occurred two days ago at 45N 65W. Antipodal earthquakes are often seen during periods of high geomagnetic disturbance and/or tidal stresses and are probably promoted by energy from these phenomena.

 

O:  3JUL2015 10:03:28  49.0S  121.3E MB=4.8  EMSC   WESTERN INDIAN-ANTARCTIC RIDGE

 

The event in the Owen Fracture Zone south of Saudi Arabia (M 4.7) was the first such event within about 200 km of this epicenter since an M 4.7 on April 21, 2015 and December 18, 2014 - both of M 4.7. The last earthquake of larger magnitude in the area occurred more than a year ago on June 7, 2014 with M 4.9. The strongest earthquake in the region in the past 10 years occurred on February 4, 2012 with M 5.5. Forecast 90041 had expected today's earthquake within about 100 km of this epicenter to occur around June 30.

 

O:  4JUL2015 00:44:37  14.5N   56.2E mb=4.7  ANSS   Owen Fracture Zone region"   

P: 30JUN2015 90041     15.0N   57.0E 3.5-4.9 BAAAA  Arabian Sea                

OTHER GLOBAL EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY

 

For most events there are two listings. The first line is the observed event starting with "O:" for Observed. There follows the date, month and year, the time in UT hours:minutes:seconds, the latitude and longitude, the given magnitude and the reporting agency followed by the geographic location. The second line starts with "P:" This is the forecast event as forecast in our summaries normally more than a month in advance. Magnitudes may vary in response to updated seismic watches and daily variations due to tidal and other influences. This line has the forecast date, month and year, the forecast number, latitude, longitude and forecast magnitude range.  This is followed by a comparison between the forecast and the event. The comparison includes letters A-D. The first is number of days difference from predicted (A:up to 2, B3-5; C:6-10; D:more than 10), Difference in latitude (A:up to 1 degree; B:1-2 degrees; C:2-4 degrees; D:more than 4 degrees); longitude (same comparison as with latitude); magnitude (A: within forecast range; B: higher than forecast range; C: lower than forecast range; D: no comparison possible). The last letter is a stand in for a future comparison which needs to be done statistically after a large number of forecasts have been made. In previous data, an excellent match is generally AAAAA; a good match as one or two B's; a fair match has several B's and C's and a poor match is one which contains a number of C's or D's. 

 

ASIA

 

 

O:  4JUL2015 03:10:20  23.9N  121.5E ML=4.0  TAI    Hualien, Taiwan              

O: 04JUL2015 03:10:20  23.9N  121.5E ML=4.0  EMSC   TAIWAN

P:  5JUL2015 90083     23.0N  122.0E 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Taiwan                     

 

CWB reported intensity IV in Hualien; III in Nantou and I in Taichung and Yilan Counties, Taiwan.

 

O:  3JUL2015 20:04:08  27.8N   85.0E mb=4.7  EMSC   NEPAL-INDIA BORDER REGION    

P:  5JUL2015 90077     28.0N   85.0E 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Nepal                      

 

EMSC reported this earthquake of M 4.7 in Nepal was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Baireni, Gajuri, Thankot, Kathmandu, Patan, Sunakothi, Dhapakhel, Kapan, Hetauda, Ichankhu Narayan, Nepal. 

 

O:  3JUL2015 15:28:30  42.7N   77.6E mb=4.3  EMSC   KYRGYZSTAN                   

P:  1JUL2015 90157     42.0N   79.0E 4.0-5.5 AAAAA  Kirgizstan/Xinjiang        

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Asia today.

 

INDONESIA AND PHILIPPINES

 

O:  3JUL2015 08:38:33   1.2N  127.2E mb=4.7  ANSS   Kota Ternate Indonesia       

P: 28JUN2015 90011      3.0N  128.0E 4.0-5.5 BBAAA  Halmahera                  

 

O:  3JUL2015 23:11:30  16.9N  145.8E mb=4.9  ANSS   Anatahan Northern Mariana Isla

P:  4JUL2015 90059     17.0N  147.0E 4.0-5.6 AAAAA  No. Marianas               

 

CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA

 

O:  3JUL2015 23:06     16.5S   73.1W mb=4.1  IGP    Ocona,  Peru                  

P: 30JUN2015 90236     16.0S   74.0W 4.0-5.4 BAAAA  So. Peru/Bolivia           

 

IGP reported this earthquake was felt with intensity II in Ocona, Peru.

 

O:  4JUL2015 04:00:05  11.9N   86.6W mb=4.5  ANSS   Carlos Fonseca Amador Nicaragu

P:  4JUL2015 90057     13.0N   87.0W 3.5-5.1 ABAAA  Nicaragua                  

P: 28JUN2015 90057     11.0N   87.0W 3.5-5.3 CAAAA  Nicaragua                  

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 4.5 in Nicaragua was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Ciudad Sandino, El Crucero, Managua and Ticuantepe, Nicaragua.

 

O:  4JUL2015 02:57:54  17.9N   68.3W Md=3.2  ANSS   de Yuma Dominican Republic   

P: 27JUN2015 90064     19.0N   69.0W 3.4-5.3 CBAAA  Puerto Rico                

 

O:  3JUL2015 10:27:24  18.7N   65.2W Md=3.0  ANSS   Culebra Puerto Rico          

P:  7JUL2015 90064     19.0N   67.0W 3.4-5.1 BABAA  Puerto Rico                

 

O:  3JUL2015 18:25:24  19.2N   64.3W Md=3.2  ANSS   Town British Virgin Islands  

O:  3JUL2015 18:07:02  19.4N   64.2W Md=3.3  ANSS   Town British Virgin Islands  

P: 29JUN2015 90069     19.0N   64.0W 3.0-4.4 BAAAA  Bahamas/No. Caribbean      

 

O:  4JUL2015 06:13:38  21.3S   68.8W ML=4.2  EMSC   ANTOFAGASTA, CHILE           

P:  3JUL2015 90243     21.0S   68.0W 4.0-5.4 AAAAA  Argentina                  

 

O:  3JUL2015 06:20:21  15.3N   92.8W ML=3.7  UNAM   SURESTE de MAPASTEPEC, CHIS  

O:  3JUL2015 00:55:17  13.7N   93.3W ML=4.0  UNAM    SUROESTE de CD HIDALGO, CHIS

O:  3JUL2015 03:22:40  15.1N   93.6W ML=3.8  UNAM   SUROESTE de PIJIJIAPAN, CHIS 

P:  3JUL2015 90044     15.0N   93.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Chiapas, Mexico            

 

O: 03JUL2015 01:12:26  16.2N   94.1W ML=3.8  UNAM   OESTE de ARRIAGA , CHIS 

O: 03JUL2015 06:00:03  15.6N   94.1W ML=3.9  UNAM   SUROESTE de TONALA, CHIS 

O: 02JUL2015 18:23:25  17.1N   94.7W ML=3.0  UNAM   NORESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 21:12:35  16.3N   94.9W ML=3.4  UNAM   SURESTE de JUCHITAN DE ZARAGOZA, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 22:47:57  17.4N   94.9W ML=3.7  UNAM   NORESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 23:27:23  17.3N   94.9W ML=4.1  UNAM   NORESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX 

O:  3JUL2015 09:06:41  16.7N   95.0W ML=3.7  UNAM   SURESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX

P: 30JUN2015 90045     16.0N   95.0W 3.5-5.2 BAAAA  Chiapas, Mexico            

 

O:  3JUL2015 06:59:12  17.3N   95.2W ML=3.6  UNAM   NOROESTE de MATIAS ROMERO, OAX

P:  6JUL2015 90045     17.0N   94.0W 3.5-5.1 BAAAA  Chiapas, Mexico            

 

O: 03JUL2015 11:40:04  16.9N   96.3W ML=3.7  UNAM   ESTE de TLACOLULA, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 06:13:38  15.7N   96.8W ML=3.4  UNAM   SURESTE de PUERTO ESCONDIDO, OAX 

O:  3JUL2015 02:42:02  16.3N   96.0W ML=3.6  UNAM   NORESTE de CRUCECITA, OAX    

P:  5JUL2015 90061     16.0N   97.0W 3.5-5.2 AAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O: 03JUL2015 06:35:15  16.3N   98.0W ML=3.6  UNAM   SURESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 02:58:40  16.3N   98.0W ML=3.7  UNAM   SURESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 04:31:17  16.3N   98.0W ML=3.8  UNAM   URESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 04:46:00  16.3N   98.0W ML=3.9  UNAM   SURESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 18:53:57  16.3N   98.0W ML=4.1  UNAM   SURESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 16:38:09  16.2N   98.1W ML=3.2  UNAM   SUR de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 20:38:06  16.3N   98.1W ML=3.2  UNAM   SUROESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 16:35:32  16.2N   98.1W ML=3.6  UNAM   SUR de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 22:11:21  16.3N   98.2W ML=3.2  UNAM   OESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 09:29:33  16.4N   98.2W ML=3.3  UNAM   OESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 09:16:15  16.4N   98.3W ML=3.4  UNAM   OESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 05:24:59  16.4N   98.3W ML=3.7  UNAM   OESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 02JUL2015 15:43:40  16.1N   98.4W ML=3.5  UNAM   SUROESTE de PINOTEPA NACIONAL, OAX 

O: 03JUL2015 01:04:18  16.5N   98.4W ML=3.6  UNAM   SUR de OMETEPEC, GRO 

O: 03JUL2015 01:28:59  16.5N   98.4W ML=3.9  UNAM   SUR de OMETEPEC, GRO 

O:  3JUL2015 01:11:39  16.5N   98.5W ML=3.7  UNAM   SUR de OMETEPEC, GRO         

P:  4JUL2015 90061     16.0N   98.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O:  3JUL2015 23:35:25  16.6N   99.5W ML=4.7  UNAM   SUROESTE de SAN MARCOS, GRO  

P:  3JUL2015 90063     17.0N   99.0W 3.5-5.1 AAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O: 03JUL2015 07:39:31  16.4N  100.8W ML=3.7  UNAM   SUR de TECPAN, GRO 

O: 03JUL2015 04:59:50  17.9N  101.3W ML=3.8  UNAM   NORTE de PETATLAN, GRO 

O:  2JUL2015 18:06:03  17.0N  100.0W ML=3.9  UNAM   URESTE de COYUCA DE BENITEZ, G

P:  6JUL2015 90063     18.0N  100.0W 3.5-5.1 BAAAA  Oaxaca, Mexico             

 

O:  2JUL2015 17:45:27  17.3N  101.4W ML=3.2  UNAM   SUROESTE de PETATLAN, GRO    

P:  7JUL2015 90054     17.0N  102.0W 3.5-5.5 BAAAA  Michoacan, Mexico          

 

O:  3JUL2015 09:05:52  18.9N  103.1W ML=3.7  UNAM   NORESTE de COALCOMAN, MICH   

P:  4JUL2015 90054     18.0N  104.0W 3.5-5.6 AAAAA  Michoacan, Mexico           

 

O:  2JUL2015 20:20:34  18.4N  111.1W ML=3.2  UNAM    SUR de CABO SAN LUCAS, BCS  

P:  3JUL2015 90046     18.0N  106.0W 3.5-5.3 AACAA  Coast of Jalisco, Mexico   

 

O: 02JUL2015 17:32:06  32.5N  115.1W ML=4.0  UNAM   NORTE de GPE VICTORIA(KM.43), BC 

O: 03JUL2015 08:52:28  32.5N  115.5W ML=3.2  UNAM   SURESTE de SANTA ISABEL, BC 

O: 03JUL2015 02:28:50  31.5N  115.5W ML=3.7  UNAM   NOROESTE de SAN FELIPE, BC 

O:  2JUL2015 18:55:29  32.5N  115.1W ML=3.9  UNAM   NORTE de GPE VICTORIA(KM.43),

P:  2JUL2015 90121     32.6N  115.3W 2.5-4.5 AAAAA  So. California             

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Central or South America today.

 

AFRICA AND EUROPE

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported in Europe today.

 

SOUTHWEST PACIFIC

 

O:  4JUL2015 01:33:45   4.6S  153.6E mb=4.5  ANSS   Taron Papua New Guinea       

P: 28JUN2015 90025      4.0S  153.0E 4.0-5.6 CAAAA  New Britain                

 

O:  3JUL2015 15:54:13  10.3S  152.0E mb=4.9  ANSS   Samarai Papua New Guinea     

O: 03JUL2015 15:54:12  10.3S  152.0E Mw=5.2  EMSC   D'ENTRECASTEAUX ISLANDS REGION

P:  4JUL2015 90027      8.0S  151.0E 4.0-5.6 ACAAA  New Ireland                

 

OCEAN RIDGES

 

O:  3JUL2015 15:36:01  50.1S    7.7W mb=4.9  ANSS   Southern Mid-Atlantic Ridge" 

 

O:  3JUL2015 10:03:28  49.0S  121.3E MB=4.8  EMSC   WESTERN INDIAN-ANTARCTIC RIDGE

 

No significant (M>=5) or unusual earthquakes were reported on Ocean Ridges today.

 

NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA REGION

 

O:  3JUL2015 11:58:42  38.6S  176.1E ML=3.7  IGNS   New Zealand                  

P:  8JUL2015 90262     39.0S  176.0E 3.0-4.4 BAAAA  North Island, N.Z.         

 

GNS reported this earthquake was felt with light intensity in much of central North Island including at Wellington, Masterton, Auckland, Tauranga, Mokai, Acacia Bay, Wallaceville, Waimiha, Atiamuri, Reporoa, Oruanmui, Kinlock and other communities in central North Island, New Zealand.

 

JAPAN AND KURIL ISLANDS

 

O:  4JUL2015 04:23:51  38.9N  141.7E mb=4.8  ANSS   S of Ofunato Japan           

P:  7JUL2015 90116     39.0N  142.0E 4.0-5.6 BAAAA  Off East Coast Honshu      

 

U.S./CANADA*

 

WESTERN U.S./CANADA

 

CALIFORNIA

 

O:  3JUL2015 08:50:41  33.3N  116.8W ml=2.4  ANSS   Lake Henshaw California      

P:  2JUL2015 90124     33.4N  116.6W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  So. California             

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.4 in Southern California was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Pauma Valley, Valley Center and Murrieta, California.

 

O:  4JUL2015 03:08:32  33.4N  116.6W ml=2.3  ANSS   SSE of Anza California       

P:  2JUL2015 90124     33.4N  116.6W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  So. California             

 

O:  3JUL2015 22:38:49  33.7N  117.5W ml=2.1  ANSS   Trabuco Canyon California    

P:  5JUL2015 90122     33.8N  117.7W 2.5-4.4 AAAAA  So. California             

 

O:  3JUL2015 23:17:08  34.0N  119.0W ml=2.1  ANSS   W of Malibu California       

P:  3JUL2015 90125     35.0N  119.2W 2.5-4.6 AAAAA  So. California             

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 2.1 in the California Channel Islands was felt with intensity II-III in the area(s) of Carson, California.

 

O:  3JUL2015 11:02:50  36.6N  121.1W md=2.4  ANSS   NE of Soledad California     

P:  2JUL2015 90091     36.6N  120.7W 2.5-4.5 AAAAA  Central California         

 

ALASKA

 

No events of M>=3 were located in Alaska today.

 

PACIFIC NORTHWESTERN U.S./WESTERN CANADA

 

No events of M>=2 were located in the northwestern U.S. or western Canada today.

 

ROCKY MOUNTAINS REGION

 

No earthquakes of M>=2 were located in the Rocky Mountain region today.

 

EASTERN U.S./CANADA

 

O:  4JUL2015 01:05:23  36.3N   96.9W mb=3.7  ANSS   SW of Pawnee Oklahoma        

O:  3JUL2015 10:43:54  36.7N   97.6W mb=3.1  ANSS   ESE of Medford Oklahoma      

P:  2JUL2015 90135     36.0N   97.0W 2.0-3.9 AAAAA  Southern Plains            

 

NEIC reported this earthquake of M 3.7 in Oklahoma was felt with intensity IV in Glencoe and Pawnee, Oklahoma and II-III in the area(s) of Yale, Stillwater, Mannford, Kellyville, Drumright, and Morrison, Oklahoma and in Wichita, Kansas. An M 2.8 was felt with intensity II-III in Salina, Pawnee and Edmond, Oklahoma and in Anthony, Kansas.

 

HAWAII

 

No earthquakes of M>=3 were located in Hawaii.