December 22, 1988 |
An earthquake with a magnitude of 4.3 jolted Kodiak Island, but there were no reports of damage or injuries, officials said. The temblor Tuesday night was centered about 10 miles north of the town of Kodiak, a spokesman for the Alaska Tsunami Warning Center said.
July 10, 1998 |
A strong, rolling earthquake rocked Anchorage and a wide area of southern and interior Alaska, sending people scurrying into the streets. There were no immediate reports of serious damage or injuries. The quake was measured at a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 and was centered 125 miles southwest of Anchorage. It was felt in Anchorage, Kodiak, Fairbanks, Palmer and Cordova, shaking an area about 225 miles by 500 miles.
March 23, 1996 |
A strong earthquake rattled the Aleutian Islands on Thursday evening, but no damage or injuries were reported, the Alaska Tsunami Warning Center said. The 6.7-magnitude quake was centered 210 miles southwest of the town of Adak.
November 1, 1989 |
Miriam Hilscher was knocked to the floor by a violent, unseen force and couldn't get up. She had no way of knowing whether her daughter and husband, in other parts of the house, were safe. Not until the rolling and shaking stopped 4 1/2 minutes later. The Hilschers all survived the gigantic, 8.5-magnitude earthquake that ripped through Alaska in 1964. One hundred and thirty-one others didn't.
March 10, 1990 |
Redoubt Volcano blew its top again shortly after a moderate earthquake rocked a wide area of Alaska and geologists said the two events might be related. Redoubt's latest eruption sent an ash plume 35,000 feet high blowing toward the sparsely populated mountainous region to the northwest, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said. Geologists said the eruption from the 10,197-foot mountain 110 miles southwest of Anchorage appeared to shoot less ash into the sky than in previous eruptions.
July 29, 2001 |
A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Alaska and jolted residents of Anchorage and Kodiak and other cities for hundreds of miles, but no damages or injuries were reported. The quake was centered about 70 miles east of King Salmon on the Alaska Peninsula, or about 245 miles southwest of Anchorage, said Guy Urban of the West Coast Alaska Tsunami Warning Center.
October 1, 1988 |
An earthquake measuring 4.8 on the Richter scale rattled dishes and shook light fixtures across Alaska's most populated area, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, officials said. The temblor Thursday was centered 50 miles west of Anchorage.