M 3.9 near Tremonton, UT

PRESS RELEASE
University of Utah Seismograph Stations
Released: September 24, 2019 11:00 AM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.9 occurred at 10:15 AM on September 24, 2019(MDT).  The epicenter of the shock was located north of the Great Salt Lake, 14 miles northwest of Tremonton, UT. 

This earthquake was reported felt throughout northern Utah including in the city of Tremonton and the surrounding communities.  A total of 45 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.5 on July 05, 1989, 11 miles west-southwest of Tremonton, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

Earthquake Summary:

Date (UTC):   September 24, 2019         Time (UTC):   16:15
Date (local): September 24, 2019         Time (local): 10:15 AM MDT
Latitude:     41 48.94′ N
Longitude:    112 23.38′ W
Preferred magnitude: 3.90 Ml

M 3.5 near southern boundary of Yellowstone National Park

University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: August 15, 2019 02:30 PM MDT


The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.5 occurred at 01:46 PM on August 15, 2019 (MDT).  The epicenter was located on the southern boundary of Yellowstone National Park,  22.2 miles southeast of West Thumb Geyser Basin and 48.7 miles northeast of Jackson, WY.  Earthquake activity in this location is not unusual.  A total of 9 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred since 1962 within 16 miles of todays earthquake.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.3 on August 21, 2003 located 22.5 miles south-southeast of West Thumb Geyser Basin and 44.2 miles north-northeast of Jackson, WY.

There have been no felt reports for todays earthquake at the time of this writing.  Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form either on the University of Utah Seismograph Stations website: www.quake.utah.edu or the U.S. Geological Surveys website: earthquake.usgs.gov.

Earthquake Summary:
Date (UTC): August 15, 2019 Time (UTC): 19:46
Date (local): August 15, 2019 Time (local): 01:46 PM MDT
Latudute: 44 7.66’ N
Longitude: 110 22.73’ W
Preferred magnitude: 3.5 Ml

M 4.1 near Kanosh, UT

University of Utah Seismograph Stations
Released: April 13, 2019 11:55 PM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a light earthquake of magnitude 4.1 occurred at 9:59 PM on April 13, 2019 (MDT).  The epicenter of the shock was located near the Twin Peaks in the southern Sevier Desert, 11 miles east-northeast of the town of Black Rock, UT, and 18 mi west of the town of Kanosh, UT.  Two aftershocks occurred within the first hour after the M 4.1 earthquake, a magnitude 2.7 at 10:09 pm and a magnitude 1.7 at 10:32 pm.   Earlier this year on February 20, a magnitude 4.0 earthquake occurred 15 miles east of today’s earthquake and 5.5 miles south-southwest of Kanosh.  A total of 18 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 to 4.0 have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of today’s event since 1962.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey “Did You Feet it?” website.

M 4.5 near Bedrock, Co widely felt in Moab area.

Press Release:

Released: March 4, 2019 11:45 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a light earthquake of magnitude 4.5 occurred at 10:22 AM on March 04, 2019 (MST). The epicenter of the shock was located in Slick Rock Canyon in southwestern Colorado, 2.6 miles south-southwest of the town of Bedrock, Colorado, and 7 miles south-southeast of the town of Paradox, Colorado.
This earthquake was widely felt in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah, including the cities of Grand Junction, Colorado, and Moab, Utah. This earthquake was followed by an M 2.0 aftershock at 10:41 am MST. A total of 8 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of today’s earthquake since 1962. The largest of these previous events was a magnitude 4.4 on May 27, 2000, located 2.2 miles northeast of today’s event.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey “Did You Feet it?” website.

M 4.0 Near Kanosh, UT

PRESS RELEASE

University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Released: February 20, 2019 01:45 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a light earthquake of magnitude 4.0 occurred at 12:05 AM on February 20, 2019(MST). The epicenter of the shock was located in central Utah in the southwestern part of the Pavant Range, 5.3 mi south-southwest of the town of Kanosh, UT, and 18 miles southwest of the city of Fillmore. This earthquake was reported felt in the cities of Fillmore, Monroe, and Richfield, Utah. Three small aftershocks occurred within the first 45 minutes after the mainshock, all of magnitude less than 2.0.

A magnitude 3.3 earthquake occurred in the same area last Saturday
at 3:05 pm MST. A total of 28 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of today’s event since 1962. The largest of these earthquakes was a magnitude 4.0 on February 23, 2001, located 8.2 mi southwest of Kanosh. In 1967, a magnitude 5.2 earthquake occurred 23 miles to the southeast of today’s event.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey “Did You Feet it?” website.

M 3.7 near Blufdale, UT

PRESS RELEASE

University of Utah Seismograph Stations Released: February 15, 2019 06:45 AM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.7 occurred at 5:09 AM on February 15, 2019 (MST).  The epicenter of the shock was located at the southern end of the Salt Lake Valley, 1.8 miles south of the town of Bluffdale, UT.

This earthquake was preceded by a magnitude 3.2 foreshock at 5:02 am and was followed by six aftershocks, all smaller than magnitude 2.

This morning’s earthquake was reported felt by more than 7,000 residents of the Salt Lake Valley and Utah Valley.  The foreshock was also reported felt.  Since 1962, five earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of today’s event.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.1 on March 16, 1992, located six miles west-southwest of Bluffdale, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey “Did You Feet it?” website.

M 2.8 Near Bountiful, UT Felt Along Wasatch Front

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Released: October 23, 2018 11:45 PM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that an earthquake of magnitude 2.8 occurred at 10:30 PM on October 23, 2018 (MDT). The epicenter of the shock was located beneath the Wasatch Range, 11 miles east of the city of Bountiful, UT, and 12 miles south of the city of Morgan, UT. This earthquake was reported felt by residents of Wasatch Front communities extending from Salt Lake City on the south to Kayesville on the north, with most of the reports coming from the cities of Bountiful, Centerville, and Farmington.

A total of 5 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of this event since 1962. The largest of these events was a magnitude 3.3 on June 11, 2014, 10 miles east of Centerville, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website:
https://earthquake.usgs.gov/data/dyfi/

M 3.8 near Cove Fort, Utah

Press Release

Released: September 12, 2018 12:50 AM MDT

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a small earthquake of magnitude 3.8 occurred at 11:34 PM on September 11, 2018 (MDT).  The epicenter of the shock was located in southwestern Utah in the southern Sevier Desert,  15 miles west-northwest of Cove Fort, UT.  This earthquake was followed by at least four aftershocks in the first hour, the largest of magnitude 2.3.  A total of 19 earthquakes of magnitude 3.0 or greater have occurred within 16 miles of the epicenter of this event since 1962.  The largest of these events was a magnitude 4.0 on February 23, 2001, 8 miles southwest of Kanosh, UT.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form on the US Geological Survey website:
https://earthquake.usgs.gov/data/dyfi/

Magnitude 3.8 north of Bullfrog Marina on Lake Powell, Utah

Released: March 1, 2016 12:50 PM MST

The University of Utah Seismograph Stations reports that a minor earthquake of magnitude 3.8 occurred at 12:07 PM on March 01, 2016 (MST). The epicenter of the shock was located beneath Mount Ellsworth in southeastern Utah, 17 miles north-northeast of the Bullfrog Marina on Lake Powell and 43 miles south of the town of Hanksville, UT. Today’s earthquake occurred in an area of relatively low seismic activity. Since 1962, the largest earthquake to occur within 15 miles of the epicenter of today’s event was a magnitude 3.1 event on July 25, 1979.

Anyone who felt the earthquake is encouraged to fill out a survey form either on the Seismograph Stations web site: www.quake.utah.edu or the US Geological Survey website: earthquake.usgs.gov.