Recent Publications

An Automated Method for Developing a Catalog of Small Earthquakes Using Data of a Dense Seismic Array and Nearby Stations Cheng, Y., Ben-Zion, Y., Brenguier, F., Johnson, C. W., Li, Z., Share, P., Mordret, A., Boué, P., & Vernon, F. L.
Liquefaction and Related Ground Failure from July 2019 Ridgecrest Earthquake Sequence Zimmaro, P., Nweke, C., Hernandez, J. L., Hudson, K. S., Hudson, M. B., Ahdi, S. K., Boggs, M. L., Davis, C. A., Goulet, C. A., Brandenberg, S. J., Hudnut, K. W., & Stewart, J. P.
Pseudo-prospective Evaluation of UCERF3-ETAS Forecasts During the 2019 Ridgecrest Sequence Savran, W. H., Werner, M. J., Marzocchi, W., Rhoades, D. A., Jackson, D. D., Milner, K. R., Field, E. H., & Michael, A. J.
Surface Displacement Distributions for the July 2019 Ridgecrest, California, Earthquake Ruptures DuRoss, C. B., Philibosian, B., Koehler, R. D., Kozaci, O., Ladinsky, T., Madugo, C. M., McPhillips, D., Milliner, C., Morelan, A. E., Olson, B., Patton, J. R., Pickering, A., Hudnut, K. W., Pierce, I., Ponti, D. J., Seitz, G. G., Spangler, E., Swanson, B. J., Thomas, K., Treiman, J. A., Valencia, F., Williams, A. M., Thompson Jobe, J., Hitchcock, C., Gold, R. D., Brooks, B. A., Dawson, T., Scharer, K. M., Kendrick, K. J., Akciz, S. O., Angster, S. J., Bachhuber, J. L., Bacon, S., Bennett, S. E., Blair, L., Bullard, T., Hernandez, J. L., Burgess, W., Chupik, C., DeFrisco, M. J., Delano, J., Dolan, J. F., Frost, E., Graehl, N. A., Haddon, E. K., Hatem, A. E., & Zinke, R.

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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: