Did You Feel It?

To view a map of latest earthquakes or report a felt earthquake, check the Real-time Earthquake Map. Make sure you're Control Panel settings are allowing you to see earthquakes of all magnitudes. If you find an earthquake on the map near your area, click...
If the earthquake just happened a few minutes ago, you may have arrived at the Web page before our system has finished locating the earthquake and updating the Web pages. If this is so, please fill out an unknown event questionnaire and check back in a...
Occasionally we receive bad responses from people who think it might be amusing to throw off the map with an unnaturally high response. We reserve the right to manually exclude such responses from the final product, but we also have several build-in...
No, you can't go back and change data you have already submitted. However, you information will be automatically associated with the correct event based on time and location.
The maps are automatically generated to cover a preset distance from the epicenter of the earthquake. If you felt an earthquake but were some distance from the epicenter, your zip code may be off the border of the map (although still counted in the total...
This Citizen Science tool (the Did You Feel It? Web site) relies fundamentally on the good will of Internet users like you, and we appreciate and respect the valuable data you provide. Rest assured we have obligations to keep all personal information...
You are one of almost 1 million people who have completed a Did You Feel It? questionnaire, and your input is used in a variety of ways. How it helps us:Immediate high quality and large quantity of data.Cost-effective means of collecting data (replaced...
We have purposefully avoided encouraging non-Web based contributions since we do not have the resources (people) to manually enter the amount of data that might entail. While we have set up a nearly fully automated system to do the intensity collection...
We have recently expanded Did You Feel It? to a global scale. Users from all over the world can now contribute their earthquake experiences. Since zip codes do not exist or are not available in most countries, we have simplified the system to base...
We have the capability of adding geocoded maps for certain larger events with many hundreds (or thousands) of responses. To do this, we take the addresses that people provide when they fill out our questionnaire, and send them to TeleAtlas, a company...