Recent Publications

Tomographic Imaging of the Central California Crust with Multiple Methods Thurber, C. H., Nayak, A., Fang, H., Zeng, X., & Zhang, H.
Comparative Study of Earthquake Clustering in Relation to Hydraulic Activities at Geothermal Fields in California Martínez-Garzón, P., Zaliapin, I., Ben-Zion, Y., Kwiatek, G., & Bohnhoff, M.
A suite of exercises for verifying dynamic earthquake rupture codes Harris, R. A., Barall, M., Aagaard, B., Ma, S., Roten, D., Olsen, K., Duan, B., Luo, B., Liu, D., Bai, K., Ampuero, J., Kaneko, Y., Gabriel, A., Duru, K., Ulrich, T., Wollherr, S., Shi, Z., Dunham, E., Bydlon, S., Zhang, Z., Chen, X., Somala, S., Pelties, C., Tago, J., Cruz-Atienza, V., Kozdon, J., Daub, E., Aslam, K., Kase, Y., Withers, K., & Dalguer, L.

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Recent Earthquakes

Earthquakes can happen at any time! See recent earthquakes of magnitude 2.5 or greater in California and Nevada: