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Does the USGS offer a world map of earthquakes?

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The United States Geological Survey has a map of worldwide earthquake occurrences on its website. The map shows all earthquakes with a magnitude greater than 2.5 that occurred in the previous 24 hours. Website users can narrow the view to a specific region.

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Does the USGS offer a world map of earthquakes?
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Other earthquake information on the United States Geological Survey's website includes a list of significant earthquakes in the past 30 days, Today's Earthquake Fact and Today in Earthquake History. The website also contains links where people can sign up for real-time feeds and notifications, report an earthquake or search earthquake archives. The Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response link provides updated information on estimated fatalities and economic loss impacts for each earthquake that occurs in populated areas across the world.

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