Seismic monitoring in Alaska by the U.S Geological Survey consists of a network of 46 stations focused on the following four areas:
- Yakatut Bay to Prince William Sound, centered on the Yakatage seismic gap.
- Anchorage, and the surrounding region of rapid growth and development.
- The active Cook Inlet volcanoes-Iliamna,Redoubt and Spurr. (Two of three stations near Mount Spurr are funded by the State of Alaska as part of their geothermal program.)
- The region of the proposed Bradely Lake hydroelectric project on the Kenai Peninsula. (The area is monitored by five stations with funds from the Army Corps of Engineers.)