Contents 1 Tectonic setting 2 Earthquakes 3 See also 4 References 5 External links


Tectonic setting[edit] See also: Los Angeles Basin, Mendocino Fracture Zone, and Salton Trough During the last 66 million years, nearly the entire west coast of North America was dominated by a subduction zone, with the Farallon Plate subducting beneath the North American Plate. Presently, the Juan de Fuca Plate (with its Explorer and Gorda satellite plates) and the Rivera and Cocos Plates are the only remnants of the once much larger Farallon Plate. The plate margin that remains in California is that of the strike-slip San Andreas Fault (SAF), the diffuse Pacific–North American plate boundary that extends east into the Basin and Range Province of eastern California and western Nevada (a seismically active area called Walker Lane) and southwest into the California Continental Borderland region off the central and southern coasts. This system of faults terminates in the north at the Mendocino Triple Junction, one of the most seismically active regions in the state, where earthquakes are occasionally the result of intraplate deformation within the Gorda Plate. It terminates in the south at the Salton Sea where displacement transitions to a series of spreading centers and transform faults, beginning with the Brawley Seismic Zone in the Imperial Valley.[6] In the San Francisco Bay Area, the San Andreas system of faults spans offshore and into the East Bay area, with the bulk of the faults lying to the east of the main SAF. There is a 70% probability that one of these faults will generate a M6.7 or greater earthquake before 2030, including the Hayward Fault Zone, which has gone beyond its average return period of 130 years. While the SAF north of San Francisco is quiet, the central SAF segment near San Juan Bautista is where fault creep was first studied, and to the south is where the recurring Parkfield earthquakes occur. The secondary faults lay to the west of the main SAF at the extreme southern portion, including the active and young San Jacinto Fault Zone, which may be taking over as the primary boundary south of Cajon Pass. A paleoseismic investigation using Lidar revealed that more than 5 meters (16 ft) of slip has accumulated since the 1857 event on the southern SAF, which borders the Mojave Desert to the north and east of the Greater Los Angeles Area. Near the Transverse Ranges, reverse and thrust faults have produced damaging earthquakes in Santa Barbara and the San Fernando Valley.[6]


Earthquakes[edit] Date Area Mag. MMI Deaths Injuries Total damage / notes 2014-08-24 North Bay 6.0 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 1 ~200 $362 million–$1 billion 2014-03-28 Los Angeles Area 5.1 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI Few $10.8 million [7] 2013-05-13 Eastern 5.7 Mw 7000800000000000000♠VIII 1 Damage at Canyondam [8] 2010-04-04 Baja California 7.2 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 2–4 100–233 $1.15 billion 2010-01-09 North Coast 6.5 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI 35 $21.8–43 million 2008-07-29 Los Angeles Area 5.5 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI 8 Limited 2007-10-30 South Bay 5.6 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI Limited 2003-12-22 Central Coast 6.6 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 2 40 $250–300 million 2000-09-03 North Bay 5.0 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 41 $10–50 million 1999-10-16 Eastern 7.1 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 4–5 Limited 1994-12-26 North Coast 5.5 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII $2.1–5 million [7] 1994-01-17 Los Angeles Area 6.7 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 57 8,700+ $13–$40 billion 1992-06-28 Inland Empire 6.5 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Some Moderate / triggered 1992-06-28 Inland Empire 7.3 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 3 400+ $92 million 1992-04-26 North Coast 6.6 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Damage / triggered 1992-04-26 North Coast 6.5 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Damage / triggered 1992-04-25 North Coast 7.2 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 98–356 $48.3–75 million / tsunami 1992-04-22 Inland Empire 6.3 Ms 7000700000000000000♠ VII 32 Light–moderate [7] 1991-06-28 Los Angeles Area 5.6 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 1 100–107 $33.5–40 million 1990-02-28 Los Angeles Area 5.7 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 30 $12.7 million 1989-10-17 Santa Cruz Mountains 6.9 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 63 3,757 $5.6–6 billion / tsunami 1989-08-08 Santa Cruz Mountains 5.4 ML 7000700000000000000♠ VII 1 Minor 1987-11-24 Imperial Valley 6.5 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII Triggered [9] 1987-11-23 Imperial Valley 6.1 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI $3 million [9] 1987-10-01 Los Angeles Area 5.9 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 8 200 $213–358 million 1986-07-21 Eastern 6.2 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI 2 $2.7 million / sequence 1986-07-13 South Coast 5.8 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI 1 $700,000 [10] 1986-07-08 Inland Empire 6.0 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 29–40 $4.5–6 million 1986-03-31 South Bay 5.6 Mw 7000600000000000000♠ VI 6 Minor [11] 1984-04-24 South Bay 6.2 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 21–27 $7.5–8 million 1983-05-02 Central Valley 6.2 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 94 $10 million 1981-04-26 Imperial Valley 5.9 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII $1–3 million [12] 1980-11-08 North Coast 7.3 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 6 $2–2.75 million 1980-05-25 Eastern 6.2 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 9 $1.5 million / swarm [13] 1980-01-26 East Bay 5.4 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII Doublet [14] 1980-01-24 East Bay 5.8 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII $11.5 million / doublet [15] 1979-10-15 Imperial Valley 6.4 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 91 $30 million 1979-08-06 South Bay 5.7 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 16 $500,000 1978-08-13 Central Coast 5.8 Mw 7000700000000000000♠VII 65 $12 million [16] 1975-08-01 Butte County 5.7 ML 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 10 $3 million [7] 1973-02-21 South Coast 5.8 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII Several $1 million 1971-02-09 Los Angeles Area 6.5–6.7 Mw 7001110000000000000♠ XI 58–65 200–2,000 $505–553 million 1969-10-01 North Bay 5.7 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Doublet 1969-10-01 North Bay 5.6 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 1 $8.35 million / doublet 1968-04-08 Imperial Valley 6.5 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII Damage / rockslides [17] 1957-03-22 Bay Area 5.7 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII 1 40 $1 million 1954-12-21 North Coast 6.5 ML 7000700000000000000♠ VII 1 Several $2.1 million [18] 1952-08-22 Central Valley 5.8 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 2 Several $10 million 1952-07-21 Central Valley 7.3 Mw 7001110000000000000♠XI 12 Hundreds $60 million 1948-12-04 Inland Empire 6.4 Mw 7000700000000000000♠ VII Several Minor 1941-11-14 Los Angeles Area 5.4 Ms 7000800000000000000♠ VIII $1.1 million [19] 1941-06-30 Central Coast 5.9 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII $100,000 [20] 1940-05-18 Imperial Valley 6.9 Mw 7001100000000000000♠ X 9 20 $6 million 1933-03-10 South Coast 6.4 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 115–120 $40 million 1932-06-06 North Coast 6.4 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 1 3 Severe 1927-11-04 Central Coast 7.3 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Moderate / tsunami [21] 1925-06-29 Central Coast 6.8 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 13 $8 million 1923-01-22 North Coast 7.2 Ms 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Severe / tsunami [22] 1920-06-21 Los Angeles Area 4.9 ML 7000800000000000000♠ VIII More than $100,000 [23] 1918-04-21 Inland Empire 6.7 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 1 Several $200,000 1915-06-22 Imperial Valley 5.5 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Additional damage / doublet [24] 1915-06-22 Imperial Valley 5.5 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 6 $900,000 / doublet [24] 1911-07-01 South Bay 6.6 Ms 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Damage at Lick Observatory [25] 1906-04-18 Imperial Valley 6.3 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Damage / triggered [26][27] 1906-04-18 Northern–Central 7.8 Mw 7001110000000000000♠ XI 700–3,000+ Conflagration / tsunami 1899-12-25 Inland Empire 6.7 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 6 $50,000 or more [28] 1898-03-30 North Bay 5.8–6.4 Mw 7000850000000000000♠ VIII–IX $350,000 / moderate 1892-04-21 Central Valley 6.2 MLa 7000900000000000000♠ IX Doublet 1892-04-19 North Bay 6.4 MLa 7000900000000000000♠ IX 1 $225,000–250,000 / doublet 1892-02-23 Baja California 7.1–7.2 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Moderate 1873-11-23 North Coast 6.7 MLa 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Damage / ground cracks [29] 1872-03-26 Eastern 7.4–7.9 Mw 7001100000000000000♠ X 27 56 $250,000 / limited 1868-10-21 Bay Area 6.3–6.7 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 30 $350,000 / moderate 1865-10-08 Santa Cruz Mountains 6.3 MLa 7000800000000000000♠ VIII $500,000 [30] 1857-01-09 Central–Southern 7.9 Mw 7000900000000000000♠ IX 2 Severe 1838-??-06 Bay Area 6.8–7.2 Mw 7000800000000000000♠ VIII Minor 1812-12-21 Central Coast 7.1 MLa 7000800000000000000♠ VIII 1 Tsunami [31] 1812-12-08 South Coast 6.9–7.5 7000800000000000000♠ VII–IX 40 Moderate Stover & Coffman 1993 uses various seismic scales. Mla is a local magnitude that is equivalent to ML (Richter magnitude scale) and is used for events that occurred prior to the instrumental period. It is based on the area of perceptibility (as presented on isoseismal maps). Mw = moment magnitude scale and Ms = surface wave magnitude. The inclusion criteria for adding events are based on WikiProject Earthquakes' notability guideline that was developed for stand alone articles. The principles described are also applicable to lists. In summary, only damaging, injurious, or deadly events should be recorded.


See also[edit] Alquist Priolo Special Studies Zone Act California earthquake forecast Field Act Geography of California Southern California Earthquake Center Timeline of the Portolá expedition


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External links[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Earthquakes in California. Look up earthquake in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Information by Region-California – USGS Southern California Earthquake Data Center Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country – Earthquake Country Alliance Broadband Seismic Data Collection Center – University of California, San Diego What Will Happen After The 'Big One' Hits SoCal? – KCET Little-known quake, tsunami hazards lurk offshore of Southern California – American Geophysical Union California’s other drought: A major earthquake is overdue – The Conversation v t e Earthquakes in California Very Large (7.0–7.9) 1812 San Juan Capistrano (6.9–7.5) 1838 San Andreas (6.8–7.2) 1857 Fort Tejon (7.9) 1872 Lone Pine (7.4–7.9) 1892 Laguna Salada (7.1–7.2) 1906 San Francisco (7.8) 1952 Kern County (7.3) 1980 Eureka (7.3) 1992 Cape Mendocino (7.2) 1992 Landers (7.3) 1999 Hector Mine (7.1) 2010 Baja California (7.2) Large (6.0–6.9) 1868 Hayward (6.3–6.7) 1892 Vacaville–Winters (6.4, 6.2) 1898 Mare Island (5.8–6.4) 1918 San Jacinto (6.7) 1925 Santa Barbara (6.8) 1932 Eureka (6.4) 1933 Long Beach (6.4) 1940 El Centro (6.9) 1948 Desert Hot Springs (6.4) 1971 San Fernando (6.5–6.7) 1979 Imperial Valley (6.4) 1983 Coalinga (6.2) 1984 Morgan Hill (6.2) 1986 North Palm Springs (6.0) 1986 Chalfant Valley (6.2) 1989 Loma Prieta (6.9) 1992 Big Bear (6.5) 1994 Northridge (6.7) 2003 San Simeon (6.6) 2010 Eureka (6.5) 2014 South Napa (6.0) Moderate (5.0–5.9) 1957 San Francisco (5.7) 1969 Santa Rosa (5.6, 5.7) 1973 Point Mugu (5.8) 1979 Coyote Lake (5.7) 1987 Whittier Narrows (5.9) 1990 Upland (5.7) 1991 Sierra Madre (5.6) 2000 Yountville (5.0) 2007 Alum Rock (5.6) 2008 Chino Hills (5.5) Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_earthquakes_in_California&oldid=823245006" Categories: Earthquakes in CaliforniaCalifornia history-related listsCalifornia nature-related listsNatural disasters in CaliforniaCalifornia-related listsLists of earthquakes in the United StatesTsunamis in the United StatesHidden categories: M magM laM LM wM s


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