Interactive map of recent earthquakes recorded by the Anza network

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What does this page show?

Latitude Longitude Magnitude Depth (km) UTC Time Location Author Review status

About this page

Summary

The interactive Google map on this page shows the most recent earthquakes recorded by the Anza seismic network. Active stations in the network are plotted as yellow triangles, with the station code underneath. Earthquakes are colored by age from present, and scaled by magnitude (see the legend on the right of the map layer). Clicking the earthquake icon on the map displays a window containing information on the specific event.

Color of events:

<‌·6‌·hrs
6-12‌·hrs
12-24‌·hrs
1-3‌·days
3-7‌·days
>‌·7‌·days

Will this page work in my web browser?

The map makes extensive use of JavaScript. You must have this turned on in your web browser settings/preferences. This application has been tested (and works) on the following web browsers:

Note: This application will not work with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 due to that browsers non-compliance with web programming standards.

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URL: http://eqinfo.ucsd.edu/recenteqs/index.php [Last updated: 2014-08-26 (238) 14:16:31 UTC]