Overview of the UAVSAR interferogram of the magnitude 7.2 Baja California earthquake of April 4, 2010, overlaid atop a Google Earth image of the region. Major fault systems are shown by red lines, while recent aftershocks are denoted by yellow, orange and red dots.
Biggest deformation measured
Full-resolution portion of the portion of the UAVSAR interferogram where the largest deformation (up to 80 centimeters, or 31 inches) was measured.
Detail of the UAVSAR interferogram in the area of the June 14 magnitude 5.7 aftershock, showing major faults and recent aftershocks.