Yes we DO have earthquakes in Maine!
Did you feel an earthquake?
- Please submit an online report to the U.S. Geological Survey.
- (If you are in Canada, report it here.)
- Are you the only one who felt it? Maybe it was a cryoseism.
- Up-to-date Maine Earthquake Information. Links to official on-line sources for Maine earthquake reports. (Caution: Different sources may give slightly different reports immediately after an earthquake. Preliminary information is subject to revision.)
Note! Official earthquake catalogs report earthquakes in 24-hour Universal Time (UT), also known as Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). How to convert to local time.
- List of Maine earthquakes 1997 to present. The most recent listed is January 14, 2013.
- Earthquakes in Maine
- Cryoseisms (or frost quakes) in Maine
- 2012 Waterboro earthquake, magnitude 4.0
- February 17, 2012 Small earthquake swarm north of Machias
- 2011 Bucksport area micro-earthquakes
- The 2006-2007 earthquake sequence at Bar Harbor (2.0 Mb pdf format)
- 1997 The Cap-Rouge, Quebec, earthquake (PDF 0.4Mb)
- Bibliography of Maine Geology - For those interested in more in-depth research, the Bibliography of Maine Geology contains more than 12,000 references related to Maine geology. The Bibliography is part of our publications search site and the results displayed will have links to online Maine Geological Survey maps and publications.
Last updated on January 14, 2013