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Big Earthquakes Located by the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory

Earthquakes recorded for the past two weeks (336 hours). Times are local (Hawaiian Standard Time), with the most recent earthquakes at the top of the list. Click on the word "map" or "MAP" to see a map displaying the earthquake. For earthquakes outside our map boundaries, maps will not be available. Click on an event date or time to get additional text information. Magnitude 3 and greater earthquakes are printed in bold type. Earthquakes in the largest magnitude category are in red. For example, if the largest earthquake in the list is a 4.2, all earthquakes above magnitude 4 will be red. skip past earthquake list header links

           y/m/d     h:m:s     deg     deg     km
MAP 3.9  2013/11/28 15:51:00 17.851N 154.515W 14.5  142 km (88 mi) SSE of Lo`ihi Seamount

Most recent earthquakes are at the skip links to top of page, felt form, earthquake maps, earthquake lists, glossary, and HVO home page top of this list.

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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.

Data Sources

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