Recent Central U.S. Earthquakes Print E-mail

In the central United States, earthquakes do occur on a regular basis.  The Center for Earthquake Research and Information in Memphis, Tennessee houses current seismic maps and information that give a comprehensive view into recent seismic activity in this region.  Additionally, the U.S. Geological Survey hosts sites that display United States and Worldwide seismic activity.  Click on the links below to access their sites.

Current Seismic Activity - Central United States

Current Seismic Activity - Nationwide

Interactive Seismic Activity Map - Central United States

If you recently felt an earthquake in the central United States, you can report your experience through the USGS and their Community Internet Intensity reporting program, typically referred to as Did You Feel It?.  Click here to visit the Did You Feel It? reporting site.