Weak 3.7 magnitude earthquake – Bering Sea, 60 km SW Atka, Aleutians West, Alaska, USA, on Saturday July 3, 2021 at 00:09 GMT/Volcano Discovery

Weak earthquake of magnitude 3.7, at a depth of 76 km

3. July. 00:33 UTC: First message: EMSC after 24 minutes.
3. July. 00:33: New primary data source: USGS

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3.7 76 km Andrianov Islands, Aleutian. USGS
3.7 76 km 60 km northwest of Atka, Alaska EMSC

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