Logo Recent Earthquakes in the Northeastern U.S.

2-degree map

There are 5 earthquakes on this map.

Click on an earthquake on the above map for more information.
Click on an arrow at edge or corner of above map to go to an adjacent map.
Click here to go to index map || big earthquake list || all earthquakes list
Map need updating? Try reloading the page to your browser.
Maps are updated within about 5 minutes of an earthquake or once an hour.
What happens when I click on an earthquake?

Update time = Sun Mar 29 22:05:44 EDT 2015
Here are the earthquakes appearing on this map, most recent at top ...

        y/m/d     h:m:s     deg     deg     km
 2.2  2015/02/25 20:11:46 44.328N 74.530W  5.0   25 km (15 mi) WSW of Saranac Lk,NY
 1.9  2015/02/13 23:47:19 44.451N 74.824W  5.0   50 km (31 mi) W   of Saranac Lk,NY
 1.6  2015/02/08 04:34:30 44.768N 74.590W  6.0   27 km (17 mi) SE  of Massena,NY
 1.8  2015/02/05 09:55:12 43.669N 74.081W  5.0   54 km (34 mi) NW  of Glens Falls,NY
 1.4  2014/12/23 06:40:01 44.029N 74.208W 11.3   39 km (24 mi) S   of Saranac Lk,NY

[ Index map || big earthquake list || all earthquake list || glossary of terms || LCSN Home ]

Data Sources

Northeastern US = Lamont-Doherty Cooperative Seismographic Network (LCSN)
New England Seismic Network = Weston Observatory New England Seismic Network = MIT
Ohio = The Ohio Seismic Network
Southeastern Canada = Geological Survey of Canada
Southern Ontario, Canada =The Southern Ontario Seismic Network
Central U.S. = CERI, Univ. of Memphis
National = U.S. National Seismographic Network, Golden, CO