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Geology Exploration Using Google Earth  
Roger Weller, geology instructor 
last edited:  3/22/18        59 views

All earthquakes from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017
from 1.0 and above (Richter Scale).*

                                     Earthquake data is from USGS Earthquakes of the Week. 

*California is the exception of the coverage; only earthquakes from 3.0 and larger or earthquakes deeper
than 17.5 kilometers were recorded.  So many earthquakes occur along the western side of California that
 it would have been just a solid blur of small circles.   However, all earthquakes in the Los Angeles
region were recorded because of the high probability of a large earth quake.

Detailed Coverage with Number of Maps
USA-during 4 month intervals  (4)
     USA-big earthquakes during 4 month intervals  (4)
     USA-deep earthquakes during 4 month intervals  (4)
     USA-speculations on earthquake patterns  (1)

Close Views of Earthquake Prone Areas with Number of Maps
     Alaska  (2)
     Arizona  (1)
     California-Los Angeles  (5)
     California-Nevada  (7)
     Idaho-Southeast  (3)
     Missouri-New Madrid Area  (3)
     Northeast USA  (4)
     Oklahoma  (10)
     Pacific Coast  (3)
     Southeast USA  (40
     Washington  (3)
     Wyoming- Yellowstone  (1)

Special Note:  I have available a kml file for each earthquake with date, magnitude and depth.

Just credit photos to Google Earth/R.Weller/Cochise College.