This week’s featured earthquakes occurred in the Philippines, Iran and Alaska – and the ground shook in the high Arctic, too.
In the centre of the continental US and far from any tectonic margins, Utah might seem an unlikely candidate for a major earthquake. But all is not as it seems…
This week’s seismic update saw earthquakes in Fiji and in Russia – and there’s a quick look back at 2016.
Three earthquakes – in California, Papua New Guinea and Brazil – indicate what we can learn about earthquakes from the depth at which they occur.
This week was dominated by a major earthquake and aftershocks in the Solomon Islands – but there were also earthquakes in China and off California.
This week saw a deadly earthquake in Indonesia – though by no means as large or devastating as past events – as well as tremors in the Caribbean and Alaska.
This week saw earthquakes off Oregon and El Salvador and in western China – but were the causes as obvious as they first appear?
All was relatively quiet in the US this week – but an earthquake and tsunami off the Japanese island of Honshu was a reminder of a past disaster.
A major earthquake series in New Zealand dominated the week – but there was a large earthquake in Japan, and new research on Oklahoma’s earthquake swarm.
Earthquakes occur in broadly the same area — this week in Chile, Indonesia and Oklahoma. Are the Oklahoma ‘quakes increasing in number and magnitude?