Sunday, February 20, 2011

Earthquakes in the United States

Rash of Arkansas Earthquakes Occur Near Tip of Western KY
HOPKINS COUNTY, KY—In an Arkansas town around 300 miles from the tip of Western Kentucky, a rash of approximately 50 or more earthquakes have occurred since last Sunday, February 13th, with one measuring in at a whopping 4.1 on the Richter scale. As members of the Arkansas Geological Survey have since stated, the majority of these disturbances are emanating from a city called Guy.
According to a report written by Barry Wright of Greenbrier, AR, this is a somewhat common occurrence for the area.
Geohazard supervisor, Scott Ausbrooks, explains to Wright that, “The last swarm [of earthquakes] lasted for about three years, but the first six months to a year was really intense.” This “swarm” occurred in 1982. Read More

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