5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Alaska’s Aleutian Islands

Alaska Nov 13
November 14, 2013ALASKA Far out in the Andreanof Islands, nearly 100 miles southwest of the Aleutian Islands town of Adak, a big earthquake of a 6.0 magnitude was recorded early Wednesday morning.  The shallow quake was centered at a depth of 2 miles and was recorded at 6:57 a.m.  Although residents of Adak felt the quake, there were no reports of damage in the lightly population region. The quake was later downgraded to a 5.8 by the USGS. –Alaska Dispatch
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3 Responses to 5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes Alaska’s Aleutian Islands

  1. Irene C says:

    Did you see all the activity off the coast of Oregon? A 4.2 WSW off of Gold Beach and another 4.0 north of there. Not looking good.

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  2. A.N. says:

    I’ve been taking notice of that also around the Cascadia, its the most activity Ive seen there, or at least as long as I have been watching it.

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