USGS map of earthquake activity

The USGS has an realtime updated map of recent earthquake activity.

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4 Responses to USGS map of earthquake activity

  1. We had two here in the Philippines. One here in Manila (5.0) on Tuesday and another (a 5.3) in my hometown down South in Davao where my family is just yesterday.

    No one really knows the day or the hour…

  2. Gwen says:

    You can sign up for email or text message from USGS with earthquake notification, and tailor it to region and magnitude, here: https://sslearthquake.usgs.gov/ens/

  3. Francisco Cojuanco says:

    Apparently there was an earthquake where I live, but I didn’t feel it. I guess we in Southern California have come to accept the occasional tremor as part of daily life. But we’re all fearful of the Big One…

  4. Dr. Eric says:

    I live in the area of the New Madrid fault, the last earthquake in the 1800s made the Mississippi River run backwards. If it hits again; St. Louis, Memphis and all parts in between would be destroyed.