Southwestern British Columbia - Earthquakes
Note: Since February 10, an earthquake swarm has been detected in the offshore area ~190 km west of Port Hardy, BC. Most events have been small (less than M3); the largest event so far (M5.1) occurred on February 13 at 16:34 PST.
- 2019-02-13: M=5.1 - 198 km W of Port Hardy, BC - offshore
- 2019-02-13: M=4.3 - 202 km W of Port Hardy, BC - offshore
- 2019-02-10: M=4.3 - 195 km W of Port Hardy, BC - offshore
- 2019-01-16: M=2.6 - 34 km SSE of Victoria, BC - felt
- 2019-01-16: M=1.8 - 10 km NE of Victoria, BC - felt
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