Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Archive of Seismic events and information for 2018

Our Archive of  Seismic events in British Columbia and related information of interest to the residents of the North Coast.


USGS Earthquake map
Earthquakes Canada
Pacific Tsunami Warning Centre
Emergency Info British Columbia

Emergency preparation information for Prince Rupert


November 30 -- 4.7 quake recorded off Vancouver Island Friday Night  NCR
November 30 -- Alaska earthquake: 'Major' damage left by 7.0 magnitude jolt
November 30 -- Earthquake near Fort St. John 'very likely' caused by fracking
November 30 -- Fort St. John quake was 'very likely' cause by fracking: officials
November 30 -- Powerful quakes buckle Alaska roads, briefly tsunami warning
November 30 -- Major earthquake hits near Anchorage, tsunami warning issued in Alaska 
November 30 -- Tsunami risk being evaluated as 7.0 magnitude earthquake strikes Anchorage  NCR
November 29-- Earthquake strikes in Northeast BC between Fort St. John and Alberta border, followed by aftershock
November 29 -- 4.5 magnitude earthquake strikes near Fort St. John
November 29 -- 'Rumbled and rattled'" Estimated 4.5 magnitude earthquake near Fort St. John
November 29 -- Magnitude 4.5 quake strikes near Fort St. John
November 5 -- Mid-day temblor rumbles along west of Vancouver Island fault line  NCR
November 5 -- Tsunami preparedness the theme for the day, as BC observes World Tsunami Awareness Day  NCR


October 31 -- 4.9 temblor rolls along Pacific fault line off of Vancouver Island  NCR
October 28 -- Another rumble for the West Coast of Vancouver Island  NCR
October 21 -- Twin quakes magnitude 6.8, 6.6 reported SouthWest of Port Alice  NCR
October 18 -- BC to shake it our at 10:18 this morning  NCR
October 3 -- Small temblor rolled along Northwest fault line Tuesday  NCR


September 14 -- Rag-tag group of scientists produces a paper on a 300 foot Alaska tsunami
September 9 -- 3.3 magnitude earthquake strikes south of Victoria
September 9 -- 3.3 magnitude earthquake rattles Victoria area
September 9 -- Magnitude 3.0 earthquake rattles southern Vancouver Island
September 9 -- 3.3 magnitude earthquake felt by Victoria residents
September 3 -- Sitka shimmies with 3.3 temblor  NCR


August 22 -- Earthquakes off BC, Oregon Coasts felt by West Coast Residents
August 22 -- Strong early-morning Oregon quake felt in Vancouver and Sidney
August 22 -- Earthquake off Oregon coast felt on Vancouver Island Wednesday
August 13 -- Largest earthquake to hit Alaska's North Slope region followed by powerful aftershocks


June 3 -- Light earthquake recorded off Haida Gwaii on Saturday  NCR


May 15 -- Southwestern Yukon hit by light earthquake near Alaskan border


April 12 -- Another light earthquake occurs in Southern Yukon near BC border
April 4 -- Minor temblor recorded off Vancouver Island's Ucluelet  NCR
April 4 -- High Ground Hike one area of preparation as part of Tsunami Awareness Week -- April 9 to 13  NCR
April 3 -- Light earthquake strikes southern Yukon near B.C. border
April 3 -- Emergency Alert system to come to mobile devices in May  NCR


March 6 -- Minor earthquake shakes southern Vancouver Island
March 1 -- Earthquake occurs west of northern end of Vancouver Island


February 28 -- A recent earthquake leaves Kodiak's fire station damaged, but energizes efforts to replace it
February 4 -- Earthquake strikes near Victoria
February 4 -- Magnitude 3.1 earthquake hits San Juan Islands
February 4 -- Minor earthquake rattles south Vancouver Island


January 23 -- Tuesday morning Tsunami Warning may spur on calls for better public alert system for Prince Rupert  NCR
January 23 -- Overnight 7.9 magnitude quake in Gulf of Alaska briefly put Coastal BC under Tsunami alert  NCR
January 14 -- 4.2 temblor recorded West of Port Hardy  NCR

Archive of Seismic events of 2017 can be found here
Archive of Seismic events of 2016 can be found here
Archive of Seismic events of 2015 can be found here
Archive of Seismic events of 2014 can be found here
Archive of Seismic events of 2013 and 2013 can be found here

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