In the gulf of Alaska there was a strong magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska on Monday, which is the largest quake in the area in 25 years.

There were no warnings that were issued, and the good news is that there were no reports of damage despite tremors being felt across a large part os Southern Alaska.

A massive 59 earthquakes have hit Alaska on Monday, and a series of aftershocks were also recorded.

A seismologist with the Alaska earthquake information center mentioned that this was the largest earthquake in the region since 1987 and 1988, when there was a magnitude 7.8 and 7.7 took place.
Many residents reported feeling the quake as far away as Sitka, Juneau and Anchorage, which is nearly 340 miles away, according to the U.S Geological survey.

Here are the earthquakes that have taken place in Alaska today:

 

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Location Time Lat Lon D
Click event below for details UTC km
2.30 66km WSW of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 59.829°N 143.531°W 0.5
3.80 208km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 58.212°N 142.913°W 36.1
1.10 26km NNW of Ester, Alaska ######## 65.067°N 148.218°W 14.2
2.10 116km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 59.023°N 142.596°W 39.5
2.00 52km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 59.599°N 142.357°W 8.2
3.40 Gulf of Alaska ######## 57.002°N 142.664°W 0.2
1.60 103km W of Cantwell, Alaska ######## 63.502°N 151.014°W 0.8
3.50 291km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.459°N 142.887°W 50.4
1.10 26km NW of Anchor Point, Alaska ######## 59.950°N 152.167°W 67
1.70 81km NNW of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 63.004°N 150.719°W 86.5
3.40 273km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.616°N 142.770°W 15
1.70 30km W of Manley Hot Springs, Alaska ######## 64.952°N 151.263°W 8.6
1.50 27km WSW of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 59.995°N 142.912°W 63.5
3.30 183km SSE of Larsen Bay, Alaska ######## 56.041°N 152.712°W 0
2.90 282km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.536°N 142.801°W 10
4.30 270km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.496°N 142.581°W 20
4.20 281km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.544°N 142.802°W 11.8
3.40 246km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.860°N 142.814°W 56.7
3.40 Gulf of Alaska ######## 56.739°N 143.232°W 0
2.00 108km NW of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 63.075°N 151.455°W 0.1
2.50 120km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 58.997°N 142.770°W 39.6
2.50 281km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.558°N 143.060°W 52
3.20 276km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.594°N 142.759°W 46.9
1.80 59km WNW of Cantwell, Alaska ######## 63.497°N 150.118°W 140.1
3.60 282km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.540°N 142.804°W 11.9
2.70 260km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.745°N 142.955°W 0
6.40 248km S of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 57.544°N 142.889°W 55.2
2.00 43km WNW of Nikiski, Alaska ######## 60.834°N 152.024°W 102.2
2.50 75km SSW of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska ######## 59.852°N 153.247°W 114.6
2.30 26km NW of Sand Point, Alaska ######## 55.508°N 160.797°W 87.2
1.70 124km WSW of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 62.060°N 152.430°W 121.3
0.30 38km NNE of North Pole, Alaska ######## 65.067°N 146.999°W 6.1
1.60 45km NNW of Yakutat, Alaska ######## 59.910°N 140.113°W 1.5
1.50 95km WSW of Cantwell, Alaska ######## 63.175°N 150.785°W 129.7
1.10 45km W of Big Lake, Alaska ######## 61.475°N 150.810°W 71.5
1.40 88km SW of Delta Junction, Alaska ######## 63.576°N 147.184°W 1
2.00 29km E of Healy, Alaska ######## 63.840°N 148.361°W 84.6
1.70 44km SW of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 62.056°N 150.731°W 0.3
1.10 43km S of Ester, Alaska ######## 64.461°N 148.090°W 20.1
2.40 27km NW of Anchor Point, Alaska ######## 59.975°N 152.134°W 38.6
1.30 32km NE of North Pole, Alaska ######## 64.980°N 146.936°W 13.2
 
1.50 74km NNW of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 62.892°N 150.883°W 20.6
3.90 72km NNE of Atka, Alaska ######## 52.738°N 173.601°W 135.6
1.80 68km ESE of Cape Yakataga, Alaska ######## 59.843°N 141.281°W 13.1
1.00 17km E of Y, Alaska ######## 62.186°N 149.527°W 1.9
1.20 108km W of Cantwell, Alaska ######## 63.289°N 151.113°W 5.7
0.40 41km S of Ester, Alaska ######## 64.474°N 148.114°W 20.4
1.50 50km NE of Yakutat, Alaska ######## 59.914°N 139.196°W 1
1.80 49km W of Seward, Alaska ######## 60.093°N 150.340°W 48
1.50 79km WNW of Healy, Alaska ######## 63.989°N 150.549°W 0
1.70 27km SSW of Homer, Alaska ######## 59.426°N 151.776°W 34.1
2.10 33km N of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 62.623°N 150.037°W 0.2
2.00 105km W of Talkeetna, Alaska ######## 62.139°N 152.094°W 112.1
1.80 17km W of Anchor Point, Alaska ######## 59.761°N 152.147°W 60.3
1.60 86km E of Cantwell, Alaska ######## 63.521°N 147.240°W 9.4
1.70 90km N of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska ######## 61.291°N 152.497°W 0.1
2.30 92km N of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska ######## 61.313°N 152.598°W 0.1
1.60 17km N of Nikiski, Alaska ######## 60.842°N 151.348°W 123.8
3.00 21km SW of Valdez, Alaska ######## 60.989°N 146.608°W 19.9

No matter what anyone says, what is taking place on earth today is simply unprecedented, and if hurricane sandy wasn’t any warning to the rest of the world, we seriously don’t know what else will convince people how important it is to be ready for disasters.

From the looks of things, the Pacific plate is very active, as today’s largest quake and aftershocks have taken place on the Pacific ring of fire.

Pacific ring of fire

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