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Data and Tools

Earthquakes

View the most recent events or search for past earthquakes. View or report earthquakes in your area and more.

Lastest Earthquake Map
Filter Total Items: 14
Date published: June 18, 2018

Latest Earthquakes - Hawaii

Latest earthquakes map and list. Tap/click on "gear icon" for options and settings.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Spreadsheet Applications

A simple text format suitable for loading data into spreadsheet applications. This is a good option for manual scientific analysis.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

QuakeML

A flexible, extensible and modular XML representation of seismological data which is intended to cover a broad range of fields of application in modern seismology.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Google Earth KML

This feed format is suitable for loading into applications that understand Keyhole Markup Language (KML) such as Google Earth™.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Programmatic Access

A well-structured format readily parsed by most programming languages. This is a good option for software developers wishing to use earthquake data.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Atom Syndication

A basic syndication format supported by a variety of feed readers. This is a good option for casually subscribing to earthquake information.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Earthquake Notification Service

The Earthquake Notification Service (ENS) is a free service that sends you automated notifications to your email or cell phone when earthquakes happen.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Tweet Earthquake Dispatch (TED)

Tweet Earthquake Dispatch (TED) offers two Twitter accounts. On average, each account will produce about one tweet per day.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: April 27, 2016

Did You Feel It?

Feel an earthquake? Report it here. View reported earthquakes in your area.

Attribution: Earthquake Hazards
Date published: March 7, 2016

Real-time Earthquake Information

Get real-time earthquake notifications sent to you using a number of popular mediums: Feeds, Email, Twitter, etc…

Date published: March 4, 2016

Latest Earthquakes Map and List

View recent events or search for past earthquakes. Optimized for mobile and desktop.