List and interactive maps of recent earthquakes for specific regions: Greece, Italy, Hawaii, US and more
Monday Jul 30, 2012 10:03 AM | BY: T
Our interactive volcano and earthquake map can be easily configured to show earthquakes for specific individual regions (so far, only volcanic regions are considered).
As an example, almost all recent quakes (>M2) in Greece can be viewed at:
Similarly, other regions can be selected by changing the name in the URL. Some examples:
California: Italy: earthquakes.volcanodiscovery.com/map/California
Earthquakes near individual volcanoes:
Santorini volcano: earthquakes.volcanodiscovery.com/map/Santorini
Etna volcano: earthquakes.volcanodiscovery.com/map/Etna
Kilauea volcano: earthquakes.volcanodiscovery.com/map/Kilauea
Saturday, Jul 28, 2012
A number of great recent photos from these and other volcanoes have recently been submitted to our image pool for the Photo of the Month competition, mostly by guests on our tours. Have a look and vote for your favorites or submit own pictures! [more]
Friday, Jul 27, 2012
No particularly unusual volcanic activity is taking place at the moment. Mainly based on the latest Smithsonian / USGS activity report, webcams and other sources, the following is a brief summary: ... [more]
Wednesday, Jul 25, 2012
Volcanic activity worldwide in the past weeks has mostly featured the usual, semi-permanently active volcanoes. ... [more]
A large M6.6 earthquake occurred on or near Simeulu Island, west of Sumatra, Indonesia. Preliminary data from USGS indicate a magnitude of 6.6 and an epicenter depth of about 45 km. The quake is located approx. 100 km east of the Sunda trench marking the subduction of the Indo-Australian under the Southeast Asian lithospheric plate. [more]
Tuesday, Jul 24, 2012
We present a new tool based on our popular VolcanoWidget - an online and embeddable interactive map with current earthquake information world-wide. Have a look! [more]
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