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  • Strong 6.6 earthquake strikes off Canada's Vancouver island An earthquake measuring 6.6 struck off Canada's Vancouver island in the Pacific, the US Geological Survey said. There were no initial reports of casualties or damage. The quake, which hit at 0310 GMT, was at a depth of 11.4k m (7.1 miles) and 94 km (58 miles) south of Port Hardy, Canada. The US tsunami warning office in Palmer, Alaska said there was no tsunami danger for potentially affected ... 8 hours ago
  • Saybrook Township man remembers Good Friday Alaska quake Fifty years ago on Good Friday, at 5:36 p.m., a magnitude 9.2 earthquake shook Anchor-age, Alaska, for more than four minutes. 6 days ago
  • '64 quake focus of Anchorage Museum exhibit ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - An exhibit recalling the devastating 1964 Alaska earthquake features the good and the bad of the quake. KTVA reports (http://is.gd/bjKm0J) the exhibit called "Riskland: Remembering the 1964 Earthquake" opened Friday at the Anchorage Museum. It will run until mid-September. The earthquake was the ... 1 week ago
  • Seismologists, Lawmakers Call For Earthquake Early Warning System In Congress today, a House subcommittee marked the 5oth anniversary of the Great Alaska Earthquake with a hearing focused on what scientists have learned from that event that can prepare the nation for the next big temblor or tsunami. Seismologists and several lawmakers said Congress needs to pony up for an earthquake early warning system. Download Audio 3 weeks ago
  • Remembering the 1964 Great Alaska Earthquake, the largest in U.S. history The biggest quake in the history of the country hit Alaska 50 years ago. Its impact could be seen as far away as Hawaii and Louisiana. 3 weeks ago
  • 2nd largest ever: 50 years since 9.2-magnitude Great Alaska Earthquake Electric clocks on walls in Anchorage shut down at 5:36 p.m. on March 27, 1964. Time stopped at the start of the '64 Great Alaska Earthquake, the second largest ever recorded at magnitude 9.2. 3 weeks ago
  • How the 1964 Alaska Earthquake Shook Up Science The earthquake struck at 5:36 p.m. Alaska Standard Time on Good Friday. For more than 4 minutes, the earth buckled and lurched all across southern Alaska. In 50 years, no earthquake since has matched the power of the March 27, 1964, Great Alaska earthquake. 3 weeks ago
  • The Great Alaska Earthquake 50 years ago, North America's largest earthquake rattled Alaska, killing 15 people and creating a tsunami that killed 124 more from Alaska to California 4 weeks ago
  • Great Alaska Earthquake shook Alaska 50 years ago ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — Electric clocks on walls in Anchorage shut down at 5:36 p.m. on March 27, 1964. Time stopped at the start of the '64 Great Alaska Earthquake, the second largest ever recorded at magnitude 9.2. 4 weeks ago
  • 50 years ago, Great Alaska Earthquake tore up southern Alaska, sent out deadly tsunamis Electric clocks on walls in Anchorage shut down at 5:36 p.m. on March 27, 1964. 4 weeks ago

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