Written by David Phillips and Beth Bartel
28 September 2014
From the Alaska Earthquake Center Information Release, 25 Sept. 2014:
The Alaska Earthquake Center located a strong earthquake that occurred on Thursday, September 25th at 9:51 AM AKDT in the Cook Inlet region of Alaska. This earthquake had a preliminary magnitude of 6.2 and was located at a depth of about 64 miles (103 km). The magnitude and location may change slightly as additional data are received and processed. This earthquake was felt in greater Anchorage area.No reports of this event causing damage have been received at this time.
In response to the 25 September 2014 Mw 6.2 Willow, Alaska earthquake, UNAVCO is downloading one-sample-per-second (1-sps or 1 Hz) data from GPS stations within an approximately 100 km radius of the epicenter, as well as from stations near Anchorage, where shaking was felt. These data will be downloaded for the full 24 hour UTC day of the event. The downloaded files will be available from the UNAVCO ftp site as follows: ftp://data-out.unavco.org/pub/highrate/1-Hz/rinex/2014/268/.
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