U.S. Geological Survey

National Strong-Motion Project

U.S. Geological Survey

The USGS National Strong-Motion Project (formerly titled the National Strong Motion Program) has the primary Federal responsibility for recording each damaging earthquake in the United States on the ground and in man-made structures in densely urbanized areas to improve public earthquake safety.

What's New

20140317 13:25 UTC Mw 4.4 Encino, California Earthquake  (posted 03/19/2014)

20140310 05:18 UTC Mw 6.8 WNW of Ferndale, California Earthquake (posted 03/11/2014)

20130827 00:51 UTC ML 4.2 Paradise Springs, Neveda Earthquake Data Set Available (posted 08/27/2013)

20130811 15:54 UTC ML 4.9 SSW of Volcano, Hawai`i Island, Hawai`i Earthquake Data Set Available  (posted 08/19/2013)

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