Indiana’s recent earthquake first in 175 years

January 1, 2011Indiana’s December 30, 2010 3.8 earthquake has gone down in the record books and is a warning of more quakes to come says IPFW Geology Professor Dipak Chowdhury.  “Director of the Indiana Geological Survey at Indiana University in Bloomington John Steinmetz has called the earthquake “extremely rare and unprecedented,” adding that northern Indiana has not had any earthquakes of this magnitude in the last 175 years. Mr. Steinmetz also said that very little is known about the earth’s structure in that region as no known fault lines exist in that area of Indiana.” Seer Press

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