|Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Guatemalan coast|
Added: 22.06.2017 18:07 | 8 views | 0 comments
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit off Guatemala's Pacific coast on Thursday, shaking much of the country and neighboring El Salvador. Local officials said there were initial reports of only minor damage. (June 22)
|Magnitude 6.8 earthquake causes damage in Guatemala, officials say|
Added: 22.06.2017 16:58 | 1 views | 0 comments
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Thursday off Guatemala's Pacific coast, the US Geological Survey reported, causing some minor damage.
|Magnitude 6.8 earthquake off of Guatemala's Pacific coast, USGS says|
Added: 22.06.2017 14:28 | 1 views | 0 comments
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck off of Guatemala's Pacific coast Thursday, the US Geological Survey reports. The quake was recorded at about 24 miles (38 km) from the city of Puerto San Jose, according to the USGS.
|Strong earthquake reported off Guatemala|
Added: 22.06.2017 14:15 | 13 views | 0 comments
A magnitude 6.8 earthquake has been reported off the Guatemalan coast.
|Massive Calif. quake turns out to be a false alarm|
Added: 22.06.2017 4:07 | 15 views | 0 comments
It was an earthquake felt on Twitter — and nowhere else.
|Reservoir water weight blamed for Arkansas earthquake swarm|
Added: 19.06.2017 22:28 | 2 views | 0 comments
Earthquakes in northern Arkansas are being linked to the weight of extra water at a flood-swollen reservoir.
|The strange reason this part of Arkansas gets so many earthquakes|
Added: 17.06.2017 20:16 | 14 views | 0 comments
Blame it on Bull Shoals Lake, swollen by spring floods.
|Japanese slow earthquakes could shed light on tsunami generation|
Added: 16.06.2017 21:07 | 17 views | 0 comments
Understanding slow-slip earthquakes in subduction zone areas may help researchers understand large earthquakes and the creation of tsunamis, according to researchers who used data from instruments placed on the seafloor and in boreholes east of the Japanese coast.
|Seasonal rain and snow trigger small earthquakes on California faults|
Added: 16.06.2017 16:16 | 9 views | 0 comments
California's earthquake faults continually accumulate stress until they fail in an earthquake. Seismologists studied the impact of the flexing of Earth's crust under the load of winter rains and subsequent unloading during summer drought, and found that the up and down movement of the mountains changes the stresses on the state's faults, making them fail slightly more often as the snows melt and the rivers drain in late summer and early fall.