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Map of Virginia Earthquake Epicenter

photo of Kenneth Chamberlain
August 23, 2011

The approximate epicenter location of Tuesday's earthquake in Virginia, from the United States Geological Survey.


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Below is a map of Virginia earthquakes between 1990-2006 from the USGS. Depth is measured in kilometers, purple triangles represent cities, purple stars represent capitals, and circle represent earthquakes (the circles' colors represent the depth range of the earthquake).

 

 

The past seven days of earthquakes, as of 3 p.m. ET, throughout the United States.

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