–  Earthquake Project  –
The Earthquake Project is my effort at summarization, presentation, and analysis of earthquake trends.

In this section, you'll find a lot of visuals showing earthquake trends from as far back as I can get data up to the current day. Data is updated daily, with the "recent activity" being updated hourly.

Any suggestions on earthquake data sources, analysis techniques, presentation of data are welcome! Please send suggestions to:
–  Earthquake Graphs & Visuals  –

    ?     Earthquake Home    Recent Activity    Historical Activity    Geographic        
Click one of the menu items above to select that analysis, or click a graph below to see more details. 
Recent is earthquakes in the past few days, Historical earthquake trends, and Geographic shows
maps of where earthquakes have ocurred.


Unfortunately, the USGS NEIC has (without any notice, explanation, or alternatives) stopped publishing data. This means that our Earthquake analysis is currently offline. We are investigating other sources of data, and will bring back our service as soon as possible.

You will still be able to use the 'historical' section to view past activity, but no new activity will be added until we can identify a viable alternative source of data.
–  Data Sources Online  –
SourceDescription and WebsiteData Available
 usgs-neic  US Geological Survey - National Earthquake Information Center   1973 - 2013