This week there were earthquakes in the Kamchatka region of Russia, in the mid-Atlantic and on Hawaii. What’s going on, seismically-speaking, in the world?
This week’s featured earthquakes – in the west Pacific, South Atlantic and Alaska – all occurred in association with subduction zones and island arcs.
This week we focus on three different earthquake settings, in California and Iceland and off the island of Sumatra.
This week in Seismic News, there were earthquakes in Papua New Guinea, southern Turkey and Alaska.
This week’s featured earthquakes are all associated with the Pacific rim — in the west of the ocean, between Fiji and Tonga, off Vancouver Island, and in Washington State.
This week’s featured earthquakes are in Bolivia, Sumatra and Hawaii – and the depth of each gives us clues to its origin.
The largest earthquake this week was in the Philippines – and there were also intermediate sized tremors in the South Atlantic and in Alaska.
In a quiet week, there was a notable earthquake in Pakistan — and something to be learned from looking at patterns of earthquakes elsewhere.
In a quiet week, we’re looking at smaller earthquakes in Vanuatu and the South Atlantic – and what’s going on in Alaska?
This week’s earthquakes include a large tremor in the western Pacific, two smaller ones in Italy which may have caused an avalanche…oh, and Oklahoma (again).