Index Map

(Try our new Google-based recent earthquakes map! It only updates about every 10 minutes but has greater functionality and looks wicked cool.)

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For Other earthquakes: USGS
Click on an earthquake on the above map for a zoomed-in view.

Earthquake lists:
Big earthquakes
All earthquakes

Magnitude = ? for new earthquakes until a magnitude is determined (takes 4-5 minutes).
Maps are updated within 1-5 minutes of an earthquake or once an hour.
(Smaller earthquakes are added after human processing, which may take several hours.)
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Brown lines are known hazardous faults and fault zones.

Other Information:
How do earthquakes get on these maps?
Earthquakes elsewhere in the U.S. and around the world
Other sitesfor eq info (USGS)
Other earthquake sites (USGS)

Data Sources:
University of Memphis, CERI
St Louis University
University of South Carolina at Columbia
Virginia Tech
University of Kentucky
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
Oklahoma Geological Survey
Maryland Geological Survey
U.S. Geological Survey