Alaska Peninsula has had: (M1.5 or greater)

  • 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours
  • 15 earthquakes in the past 7 days
  • 67 earthquakes in the past 30 days
  • 632 earthquakes in the past 365 days

The largest earthquake in Alaska Peninsula:


A

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1999-12-06 23:12:33 UTC at 23:12
December 06, 1999 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 57.413, -154.489
119.2 km from Kodiak Station (74.2 miles)

Kodiak Island, Alaska

Depth: 66 km

B

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1991-05-30 13:17:41 UTC at 13:17
May 30, 1991 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 54.567, -161.606
111.2 km from Sand Point (69.2 miles)

Alaska Peninsula

Depth: 28 km

C

7.1 magnitude earthquake

1989-09-04 13:14:58 UTC at 13:14
September 04, 1989 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 55.543, -156.835
233.2 km from Sand Point (144.2 miles)

Alaska Peninsula

Depth: 11 km

D

7.1 magnitude earthquake

1948-05-14 22:31:49 UTC at 22:31
May 14, 1948 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 54.61, -161.19
92.2 km from Sand Point (57.2 miles)

Alaska Peninsula

Depth: 25 km

E

8.3 magnitude earthquake

1938-11-10 20:18:49 UTC at 20:18
November 10, 1938 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 55.178, -158.181
148.2 km from Sand Point (92.2 miles)

Alaska Peninsula

Depth: 35 km

F

7.0 magnitude earthquake

1923-05-04 16:26:48 UTC at 16:26
May 04, 1923 UTC

Location:
Epicenter at 55.828, -156.832
237.2 km from Sand Point (147.2 miles)

Alaska Peninsula

Depth: 25 km


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