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Recent Earthquakes Worldwide
Mag Time (ET) Date Location
4.7 00:42:36 11-30-2015 169 mi ENE of Naze, Japan
4.7 23:28:17 11-29-2015 3 mi WNW of Irapa, Venezuela
5.9 13:52:49 11-29-2015 27 mi NW of Yuto, Argentina
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An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the perceptible shaking of the surface of the Earth, which can be violent enough to destroy major  ...

Earthquakes - Earthquake Hazards Program - USGS


Today's Earthquake Fact. The risks that earthquakes pose to society, including death, injury, and economic loss, can be greatly reduced by better planning, ...

News about #earthquake on Twitter


On Nov 28 @SCEMD tweeted: "Magnitude 2.4 #earthquake reported near .." - read what others are saying and join the conversation.

Liquefaction, a devastating effect of earthquakes, is only now being widely assessed. More »

Latest Earthquakes in the world - EMSC


Latest Earthquakes in the world. World earthquake list. Earthquake information. earthquakes today - recent and latest earthquakes, earthquake map and ...

Earthquakes | Ready.gov


Earthquakes are sudden rolling or shaking events caused by movement under the earth's surface. Earthquakes happen along cracks in the earth's surface, ...

Virtual Courseware : Earthquake : Home


An interactive exercise which demonstrates how seismologists pinpoint the epicenter of an earthquake using seismic waves.

Earthquake Alert! - Android Apps on Google Play


See Mag 1.0+ from the U.S. and Mag 4.5+ earthquakes from all over the World.

Earthquakes 2015 - News & Articles About Earthquakes - LiveScience


Read the latest news and articles about earthquakes. Earthquakes are the result of plate tectonics, or shifting plates in the crust of Earth.

Earthquake of magnitude 4.0 jolts Swat
Frontier Post · 38 hours ago
Moderate earthquake jolts western Myanmar
Shanghai Daily · November 27 4:56 AM
5.5 Magnitude Earthquake Jolts Myanmar
NDTV · November 27 1:59 AM
Popular Q&A
Q: What Are Earthquakes?
A: Causes. Earthquakes are caused by the movement of massive tectonic plates in the Earth's outer crust and mantle, which are the two topmost layers directly benea... Read More »
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Q: What is an earthquake?
A: The Earth's crust, or lithosphere (hard outer surface) is made up of "tectonic plates" or large plates. There are about 7 major plates and many smaller plates, ... Read More »
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Q: Why are they earthquakes?
A: What causes an earthquake? There are about 20 plates along the surface of the earth that move continuously and slowly past each other. When the plates squeeze o... Read More »
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Q: How to Find the Epicenter of an Earthquake.
A: Things You'll Need. Three seismic wave charts from specific seismic stations. P and S wave time travel graph. Map. Compass. Using Charts and Graphs. Find the P ... Read More »
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Q: What is an earthquake.
A: Earthquakes are tremors or vibrations in the Earth's crust that are caused by the build up or accumulation of pressure (more correctly termed stress). More: The... Read More »
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