As you are aware, on June 10, 2016 at 08:22 UTC, Southern California experienced a 5.2 magnitude earthquake this was the largest earthquake in the area since the same San Jacinto fault produced a 5.3 quake in 1980. The epicenter of the earthquake had its epicenter 20 km NNW of Borrego Springs, California - approximately 100 km from San Diego.
In response to this recent earthquake and its possible effects on SmartNet, we have deployed all necessary resources to verify whether there has been any movement and/or subsidence in any of the reference stations. The SmartNet Team is currently engaged in conducting this verification. As with any earthquake one has to be aware of aftershocks, therefore we ask for your patience as we perform the necessary network adjustment calculations to verify each stations coordinate values.
We strongly recommend that all users implement good field practices and field quality control checks to ensure confidence in data being collected. Once we have completed all our checks on the network, we will communicate our findings immediately.
Should you have any concerns or questions please do not hesitate to contact your local SmartNet representative or email the SmartNet Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The SmartNet North America Team