6.2 magnitude earthquake strikes Aleutian Islands region of Alaska

August 10, 2012ALASKA A 6.2 magnitude earthquake struck along the Pacific tectonic plate boundary of the Fox and Aleutian Islands of Alaska. The epicenter of the earthquake was 1422 km (884 miles) SW (236°) from Anchorage, AK and occurred at a depth of 19 km (11 miles) below the ocean floor. Seismic unrest is growing along the Alaska region and it goes without saying Alaska is destined to be struck by much larger magnitude earthquakes. –The Extinction Protocol

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