Alaska Earthquake 2018

Start Date

November 30, 2018

Overview

Map Details of Alaska Earthquake 2018 A magnitude 7.0 earthquake occurred north of Anchorage, Alaska on Friday, November 30, 2018. The earthquake caused extensive damage to buildings and roads and triggered a tsunami warning for coastal areas of Cook Inlet and the southern Kenai Peninsula. The earthquake struck at about 8:30 a.m. local time some 10 miles northeast of Anchorage, AL at a depth of 21 miles, according to the US Geological Survey. The tsunami warning was later canceled.

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Latest Updates

December 1, 2018
The circles in Fig. 2 indicate the data uncertainty range; signals beyond the circles are meaningful. 
The circles in Fig. 2 indicate the data uncertainty range; signals beyond the circles are meaningful.  On November 30, 2018 a magnitude 7 earthquake occurred near Anchorage, Alaska cracking buildings, damaging roads and buckling bridges. Over 4,500 structures were destroyed in the event. NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) / NOAA tsunami detection prototype generated many real-time results during the Alaska event. Results from the warning system were generated and forwarded to Tsunami Warning...