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Logo Recent Earthquakes in Hawai`i

This webpage will be permanently retired on
Nov. 29, 2013 (Anniversary of the 1975 Kalapana Earthquake).

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HI Index Map
There are 44 earthquakes on this index map.
Click on an earthquake on the map above to zoom in.

View these earthquakes using Google Earth.

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Special maps - Maui County || O`ahu || Kaua`i County

Lists of M > 3 earthquakes and of all earthquakes appearing on the above map.
Big earthquake list
|| All earthquake list

View waveforms from the HVO Seismic Network.

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bullet Maps are updated within about 5 minutes of an earthquake and once an hour.
bullet Locations and magnitudes are preliminary unless reviewed by a scientist.
bullet Brown lines indicate faults and other geologic features.
bullet White lines are roads.

These "Recent Earthquakes" pages contain the last two weeks of Hawai`i earthquakes. For older earthquake information, see the Advanced National Seismic System (ANSS) catalog. skip links to
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How do earthquakes get on these maps? || FAQs || Disclaimer
Earthquakes elsewhere in the U.S. and around the world
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Data Sources:

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