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December 16, 2005


Just felt a good sharp jolt at 10:21, according to the clock on my computer here.

Update: It was close and small, a 3.4 with an epicenter about four miles away in Hercules.

I wonder which fault it was on. Don't know of one there. The Pinole fault is much closer to our house.

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living in california, i'm sure this is old hat to you!

i moved from new england to chicago last year, and last summer there was actually a smallish earthquake around 1:00 am...i just happened to be awake watching tv, and the house shook, and i thought "that's weird - usually the central air isn't that loud." ha.

Posted by: kate.d. at December 16, 2005 11:03 AM
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Could be a rebound earthquake from the deglaciation.

Posted by: biosparite at December 16, 2005 12:22 PM
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The location of the quake doesn't have a fault running thru it, at least on the USGS map for it:

Posted by: Kevin at December 16, 2005 01:14 PM
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i love this site for its distinct ease of use in getting up to the second quake information

Posted by: spyder at December 17, 2005 01:41 PM
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