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The Earthquake Hazards Program

offers frequently asked questions about earthquakes, research on earthquakes, and more. Visitors can follow recent seismic acitivity around the world, view hazard maps, or learn what a geophysicist does. (U.S. Geological Survey)

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Worldwide earthquakes with M4.0+ located by USGS and Contributing Agencies. (Earthquakes with M2.5+ within the United States and adjacent areas.)

Worldwide earthquakes

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