Notable Earthquake of the Week
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Notable earthquakes
TheFort Tejon M7.8-M8.0 earthquake, January 9, 1857
Northridge M6.7 earthquake, January 17, 1994
New Madrid M8.4 earthquake, January 23, 1812
Livermore, CA M5.8 earthquake, January 24, 1980
The Great Cascadia M9.0+ earthquake, January 26, 1700

Other notable United States earthquakes:
  • Cedar Mountains, NV 5.9 earthquake, January 5, 1933
  • Wheeler Ridge, CA 5.9 earthquake, January 12, 1954
  • Cape Mendocino, CA 7.3 earthquake, January 22, 1923
  • Honey Lake, CA 5.8 earthquake, January 24, 1875
  • Colorado River Delta, Mexico, 6.6 earthquake, January 24, 1903
  • Gorda plate (west of Eureka), CA 6.1 earthquake, January 26, 1922
  • Klamath Mountains, CA 5.8 earthquake, January 28, 1884
  • Excelsior Mountains, NV 6.4 earthquake, January 30, 1934
  • Susanville, CA 5.7 earthquake, January 31, 1885
  • Gorda Plate (West of Eureka), CA 7.3 earthquake, January 31, 1922

Notable Global earthquakes

  • Yunnan Province, China 7.5 earthquake (10,000 deaths)
  • Mikawa, Japan 7.1 earthquake (1,900 deaths)
  • Central Italy 7.5 earthquake, January 13, 1915 (30,000 deaths)
  • Nabulus, Israel, 7.0 earthquake, January 14, 1546
  • Bihar-Nepal, India 8.4 earthquake, January 15, 1934 (10,700 deaths)
  • Hyogo-Ken Nanbu (Kobi), Japan 6.9 earthquake, January 17, 1995
  • Teverya, Israel, 7.0 earthquake, January 18, 746
  • Shaanxi, China 8.0? earthquake, January 23, 1556 (830,000 deaths)
  • South-Central Chile 8.3 earthquake, January 25, 1939 (28,000 deaths)
  • Portugal-Spain 7.4? earthquake, January 26, 1531 (30,000 deaths)
  • Colombia 8.9 earthquake, January 31, 1906 (1,000 deaths)

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