Provides a list of recent earthquake activity in Canada. Shows the location of each on a map.
United States Geological Survey's resource guide to current earthquake activity offers links to individual states as well as foreign countries.
Offers a list of seismic events over the past 30 days, revealing the precise time, location, and magnitude.
NASA provides maps showing areas of current and historic seismic activity around the world. Download them in postscript, .tiff or .gif format.
Monitors worldwide seismic activity. Look at surface wave diagrams for recent earthquakes and find an Indiana fault map.
Discover details about the magnitude, cause, and location of recent major earthquakes worldwide.
Site uses a Java applet to display a seismic trace of the movements of the Earth along the Hayward Fault.
Peruse data for recent earthquakes in Michigan, read newsletters and find seismograms. Located at the Univ. of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
List of earthquakes in the Mount Rainier region is updated daily. Includes charts for past seismic activity and offers links to related sites.
Updated every five minutes, these files track worldwide earthquake activity. Look at the seismographic readings.
Located at the University of Washington, this research group studies earthquake hazards and monitors Mount St. Helens volcano activity.
Resources for amateurs including information on how to build a seismograph. With downloadable software for viewing data.
Designed for amateur seismologists, this local chapter supplies directions for building a seismograph and lists PSN outreach activities.
Presents a detailed map of the location of recent earthquakes. Includes seismic data and updates from the U.S. Geological Survey.
Map of California shows latest earthquake stats listed by hour, day and week, plus indications of magnitude, epicenter and depth.
Offers a directory of earthquake activity in the Midwest. Supplies a time, a location, and a magnitude for each entry.
Provides a map of the San Francisco Bay Area and pinpoints recent earthquake activity. Click on an earthquake to find further information.
View earthquake activity on this continually updated map of Southern California. Includes a few links to related sites.
Conglomeration of Global Positioning Systems in Southern California. Read its objectives and meet the organization's members.
Made up of permanent and remote seismic stations, this network monitors hazards in an area in which nuclear power stations exist.
Read the station's mission statement, view some seismicity maps, and learn about earthquake hazards in Utah.
Access the U.S. Geological Survey's weekly reports on earthquakes in Northern California. Includes an archive of reports dating back to 1992.
Find out where earthquakes have recently struck throughout the world. Also provides FAQs.
Supplies up-to-the-minute Los Angeles earthquake data provided by the USGS and Caltech Seismological Laboratory.
View the latest San Francisco Bay area earthquake data provided by the U.S. Geological Survey and the UC Berkeley Seismographic Department.