Arizona is "deforming'' at a much slower rate than California, lessening the risk of a major earthquake, but some quakes are inevitable, Arrowsmith said. This worldwide number is on par with prior year averages of about 40 earthquakes per day of magnitude 4.0, or about 14,500 annually. Once I realized I had felt my first earthquake (in 36 years of living here), I went back to the TV to check out the news.

The 1 December 2014 moment magnitude (M w) 4.7 Arizona earthquake occurred 13 km southwest of the city of Flagstaff, Arizona.Flagstaff is located within the northern Arizona seismic belt and the San Francisco volcanic field. 10.13.2015 Earthquakes may be rare in Arizona, but they do happen.

It caused minor structural damage in Fredonia, AZ and Kanab, UT (chimneys, walls, windows, dishes falling from shelves). On May 5, 2015, a small earthquake just north of Sedona rattled parts of Yavapai and Coconino counties.
The United States Geological Survey says that 3 small earthquakes hit the area of Black Canyon City beginning at around 9:30 p.m. Sunday night.

My Turn: Earthquakes threaten Arizona (and that's not all) Lee Allison, AZ I See It Published 6:35 p.m. MT Nov. 14, 2015 Geologist: Arizona can (and has) fallen victim to plenty of geologic hazards.

Fortunately, that was not the case. A 4.1 magnitude earthquake shook the valley near Black Canyon City late Sunday night.

That was on July 7, 1959.

USGS tell news that a 3.1 magnitude Arizona movement today just hit at 3:21 pm PST today. "Arizona is changing shape. Most important Earthquake Data: Magnitude : 3.2.

Updated: Sat, 23 May 09:04 UTC (GMT) Time: Mag. And as I learned, although they are rare, and never that large, we do indeed have earthquakes in this state.

Hundreds occur in and around the state each year. The largest earthquake ever recorded in Arizona was magnitude 5.60, with an epicenter close to the Arizona-Utah border. Depth (Hypocenter) : 5 km. A rare rockslide at Mather Point in the Grand Canyon was attributed to the shock.

2015-05-05 09:04:30 UTC 3.1 magnitude, 7 km depth Sedona, Arizona, United States 3.1 magnitude earthquake 2015-05-05 09:04:30 UTC at 09:04 May 05, 2015 UTC Local Time (conversion only below land) : 2015-05-05 02:04:30.

This one came in @mjrust #arizona #earthquake — Cameron Davison (@DaddyBookins) November 2, 2015 Major damage in my hotel room fro the Arizona Earthquake. Arizona Earthquake 2015! The Flagstaff area is subject to infrequent moderate magnitude earthquakes, such as the 1993 Cataract Creek (M w 5.3) and the 1912 surface-wave magnitude (M s) 6.2 events. The team's paper "Geomorphic and Geologic Controls of Geohazards Induced by Nepal's 2015 Gorkha Earthquake" was published online by the journal Science on December 16, 2015.

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Most important Earthquake Data: Magnitude : 3.2.