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  • Nevada earthquake swarm not letting up Nevada is proving why it is the third most seismically active state in the United States behind California and Alaska. While it hasn’t had a magnitude 7.0 earthquake in 60 years, the far northwest corner of the state has been shaking for the better part of this fall. It all started in the summer. There […] 1 day ago
  • Japan earthquake causes injuries, collapses homes A strong earthquake late Saturday struck a mountainous area of central Japan that hosted the 1998 winter Olympics, knocking down at least 10 homes in a ski resort town and injuring several people, officials said. 1 day ago
  • Strong quake strikes central Japan's Nagano city A strong earthquake struck a mountainous area of central Japan on Saturday night, causing at least one building to collapse and injuring several people, according to Japanese media reports. No tsunami warning was issued. 1 day ago
  • Nevada Earthquake Swarm Rumbles This Week With 50 Small Quakes, Largest M4.3 Despite its location away from major population centers, a swarm of earthquakes in the far northwest corner of Nevada is attracting attention as it continues to rumble residents this week with several magnitude 3.0 earthquakes, a 4.0-magnitude earthquake on Nov. 21 and a magnitude 4.3 on Nov. 17. 2 days ago
  • One of two moderate quakes widely felt in California Two moderate earthquakes have struck central California, one of which was widely felt across the region. 3 days ago
  • Geologists shed light on formation of Alaska Range Geologists in Syracuse University's College of Arts and Sciences have recently figured out what has caused the Alaska Range to form the way it has and why the range boasts such an enigmatic topographic signature. The narrow mountain range is home to some of the world's most dramatic topography, including 20,320-foot Mount McKinley, North America's highest mountain. 4 days ago
  • Seismic hazard in the Puget Lowland, Washington state, USA ( Geological Society of America ) Seismic hazards in the Puget Lowland of northwestern Washington include deep earthquakes associated with the Cascadia subduction zone and shallow earthquakes associated with crustal faults across the region. Research presented in Geosphere this month establishes not only that one of the more prominent crustal faults, the Darrington-Devils Mountain fault zone ... 1 week ago
  • Alaska Communications Systems Reports Strong Third Quarter 2014 Results Alaska Communications Systems Group, Inc. today reported financial results for its third quarter ended September 30, 2 weeks ago
  • Strong earthquake rattles Alaska ANCHORAGE, Alaska - A powerful earthquake shook up a large swath of Alaska, including the state's largest city. The Alaska Earthquake Center says the quake had a 6.2 magnitude. 3 weeks ago
  • Bill Walker: Unity ticket in Alaska governor's race 'unprecedented' Bill Walker, Alaska's Republican-turned-independent candidate for governor, and Byron Mallott, who won the state's Democratic primary, were set to take on incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell, a Republican, for the opportunity to run the 49th state. Alone, they couldn't win. So they decided to throw... 4 weeks ago

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