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All Earthquakes on Index Map

Earthquakes recorded for the last year. The most recent earthquakes are at the top of the list. Click on the word "map" or "MAP" to see a map displaying the earthquake. Click on an event "DATE" to get additional text information. Magnitude 3 and greater earthquakes are printed in bold type. The top three magnitudes greater than or equal to 3 are in red.

           y/m/d     h:m:s     deg     deg     km
map 1.0  2016/04/07 07:25:45 45.072N 74.844W  7.2   16 km (10 mi) N   of Massena,NY
map 0.5  2016/04/03 20:48:34 45.142N 75.138W  9.1   33 km (20 mi) NW  of Massena,NY
map 1.2  2016/03/29 11:00:16 40.995N 74.315W  0.0   11 km ( 7 mi) N   of Boonton,NJ
map 2.8  2016/03/21 22:59:58 45.595N 75.028W 18.0   19 km (12 mi) SSE of Ripon, QUE
map 2.9  2016/03/21 09:18:23 43.261N 71.776W  6.8   24 km (15 mi) WNW of Concord,NH
map 2.7  2016/03/17 22:49:47 47.461N 70.117W 12.6   36 km (22 mi) SW  of Charlevoix, QUE

Most recent earthquakes are at the top of this list.

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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