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Earthquake felt in the Mid-AtlanticWed, 24 Aug 2011 13:51:00 EDT
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude 5.8 earthquake was felt across much of the Mid-Atlantic region Tuesday afternoon at 151 PM EDT. The epicenter was located 5 miles south-southwest from Mineral, VA, or 38 miles northwest from Richmond, VA, or 84 miles southwest from Washington, DC Details...
Washington DC area earthquakeFri, 16 Jul 2010 05:39:00 EDT
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a Magnitude 3.6 earthquake occurred Friday morning at 05:04: AM with the epicenter
10 miles northwest of Rockville, Maryland or 15 miles east-northeast of Leesburg, Virginia, and 20 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. Details...
Magnitude 6.1 earthquake - Virgin Island RegionSat, 11 Oct 2008 09:33:22 EDT
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake was recorded at 6:40 AM Saturday morning in the Virgin Island region, The earthquake was centered 51 miles northwest of Settlement, Anegada, British Virgin Islands or 96 miles northeast of Carolina, Puerto Rico. Several smaller aftershocks have been recorded in the area. Details...
Magnitude 5.4 earthquake - greater Los Angeles area, CaliforniaTue, 29 Jul 2008 20:21:22 EDT
The greater Los Angeles area earthquake of 29 July 2008, 11:42 PDT (18:42 UTC), was centered in the hills south of Diamond Bar and Chino Hills. Details...
Latest information on worldwide earthquakes, magnitude M4.0 and greaterMon, 19 May 2008 11:19:01 EDT
The U.S. Geological Survey and contributing agencies world-wide share information about earthquakes. Earthquake location, magnitude, and earthquake maps are available for the past 7 days from the U.S. Geological Survey. Details...
Recent earthquake reports from around the U.S. from U.S. Geologic SurveySun, 27 Apr 2008 22:25:01 EDT
The U.S. Geologic survey posts near real-time information on recent earthquakes from around the U.S., as well as collects reports from the public on earthquakes they may have felt. Details...
Earthquake Data at NGDCWed, 23 Aug 2000 22:30:24 EDT
Natural hazards such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and volcanoes affect both coastal and inland areas. Long-term data from these events, including photographs, can be used to establish the past record of natural hazard event occurrences. These data are also important for planning, response, and mitigation of future events. Details...
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