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At 12:37 PM EST on July 18, 2002, a magnitude 4.6 earthquake occurred near Mount Vernon, Indiana, 11 miles west of Evansville and 15 miles northwest of Henderson, Kentucky. EVANSVILLE, Indiana (CNN) -- A moderate earthquake shook a wide area around southern Indiana on Tuesday afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of damage. Epicenter at 37.214, -88.988 The maximum perceived intensity on the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale was VII (very strong). Wickliffe at 06:16 April 18, 2012 UTC, Location: Center for Earthquake Research and Information, Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium State Geologists, Understanding earthquake hazards in urban areas Evansville Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project - 2012 Fact Sheet, Modified Mercalli Intensity for Scenario Earthquakes in Evansville, Indiana - 2012 Map, Liquefaction hazard for the region of Evansville, Indiana - 2011 Open-File Report, Earthquake Scenario Ground Motions for the Urban Area of Evansville, Indiana - 2011 Open-File Report, Probabilistic seismic hazard assessment including site effects for Evansville, Indiana, and the surrounding region - 2011 Open-File Report, Surficial Geologic Map of the Evansville, Indiana, and Henderson, Kentucky, Area - 2009 Map, Evansville Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project (EAEHMP) - Progress Report 2008, Implementation of an AGS-Cosmos-FHWA Compatible Geotechnical Databases for the St. Louis Metro Area, Missouri and Illinois and, the Evansville-Henderson Area, Indiana and Kentucky, Calculation and validation of probabilistic seismic hazard assessment for the urban area of Evansville incorporating site effects, Liquefaction Susceptibility Mapping in the Evansville, Indiana, Region Including An Investigation of 2D Amplification and Duration Effects Due to Bedrock Valley Structure. Another Evansville resident said he felt a rolling motion from the earthquake. Although no fatalities occurred, the event caused considerable structural damage to buildings, including the toppling of chimneys and shaking in Chicago, the region's largest city. Another Evansville resident said he felt a rolling motion from the earthquake. 9.2 km from at 13:48 May 28, 2015 UTC, Location: Mount Carmel Mount Carmel Notable modern earthquakes in this zone include: June 10, 1987, magnitude 5.0 The earthquake was located close to Lawrenceville, Illinois. The earthquake was felt in parts of southern Indiana and western Kentucky. Albion Preliminary data put the center nine miles northwest of Evansville. 3.4 magnitude earthquake 2008-06-05 07:13:14 UTC at 07:13 June 05, 2008 UTC Location: Epicenter at 38.444, -87.839 7.2 km from Mount Carmel (4.2 miles) Central City 16.2 km from

McLeansboro 1.2 km from Epicenter at 38.452, -87.891 Mount Carmel (6.2 miles), 2016-08-11 23:10:41 UTC The New Madrid system caused four catastrophic earthquakes -- estimated at magnitude 7.0 or greater -- in the Midwest in the years 1811 and 1812, and quakes of over 6.0 in 1843 and 1895. 14.2 km from The earthquake was felt in parts of southern Indiana and western Kentucky. Johnston said the quake was felt in Memphis and Nashville in Tennessee, as well as in Arkansas, Illinois and other areas. The Evansville Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project is being lead by representatives from Purdue University, the Center for Earthquake Research and Information at the University of Memphis, the State Geologic Surveys of Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana, the Southwest Indiana Disaster Resistant Community Corp., the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium State Geologists, and the USGS. at 07:23 August 11, 2016 UTC, Location: at 11:47 September 19, 2017 UTC, Location: 13.2 km from The Memphis center and the USGS said they measured a moderate quake with a preliminary magnitude of 5.0 at 12:37 CDT. at 23:28 November 20, 2012 UTC, Location: Epicenter at 37.973, -87.53 Epicenter at 37.712, -87.656 Owensboro The USGS's Diane Noserale said the earthquake occurred in the Wabash Valley area, a zone that has a history of seismic activity. 4.2 km from 12.2 km from La Center (8.2 miles), Location:

(6.2 miles), 2013-06-30 08:36:37 UTC (7.2 miles), 2017-09-19 11:47:28 UTC The New Madrid system straddles the Mississippi River, with faults in northeast Arkansas, through southeast Missouri, western Tennessee, western Kentucky and into southern Illinois. Epicenter at 36.882, -89.123

12.2 km from The USGS has received no … EVANSVILLE, Indiana (CNN) --A moderate earthquake shook a wide area around southern Indiana on Tuesday afternoon, the U.S. Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of … (8.2 miles), 2013-07-10 22:46:55 UTC The strongest earthquake on record with an epicenter in Illinois occurred in 1968, when a 5.3-magnitude temblor was recorded about 75 miles southeast of … at 09:45 May 31, 2017 UTC, Location: 13.2 km from Epicenter at 38.219, -87.995 Albion at 08:36 June 30, 2013 UTC, Location: Epicenter at 38.125, -88.402 at 06:05 February 27, 2020 UTC, Location: (8.2 miles), 2016-05-01 06:12:10 UTC Seven other tremors of 5.0 or beyond have happened in the fault system since then. Epicenter at 37.765, -87.271 13.2 km from at 23:10 August 11, 2016 UTC, Location: "It could do a little bit of damage, but we have no specific reports of that so far.". 3.6 magnitude earthquake 2012-11-20 23:28:22 UTC at 23:28 November 20, 2012 UTC Location: Epicenter at 38.452, -87.891 12.2 km from Mount Carmel (7.2 miles)

(9.2 miles), 2015-05-28 13:48:17 UTC Grayville He called it the biggest quake in the central United States so far this year. (1.2 miles). Epicenter at 38.419, -87.743 (7.2 miles), 2016-08-11 07:23:23 UTC Evansville has had: (M1.5 or greater) 0 earthquakes in the past 24 hours 0 earthquakes in the past 7 days; 0 earthquakes in the past 30 days; 1 earthquake in the past 365 days 12.2 km from Below is an interactive guide to earthquake magnitude and severity. at 16:51 March 15, 2017 UTC, Location: The 1968 Illinois earthquake (a New Madrid event) was the largest recorded earthquake in the U.S.

Epicenter at 38.311, -88.183 A minor earthquake, preliminary magnitude 3.9 according to the U.S. Geological Survey, occurred about 5 miles west of Evansville, Indiana at 8:08 am local time (Central Standard Time). at 07:35 June 05, 2013 UTC, Location: Minor damage was associated with the earthquake. at 22:46 July 10, 2013 UTC, Location: The USGS has received no reports of damage at this time. Mount Carmel 3.6 magnitude earthquake 2012-11-20 23:28:22 UTC at 23:28 November 20, 2012 UTC Location: Epicenter at 38.452, -87.891 12.2 km from Mount Carmel (7.2 miles) Mount Carmel (2.2 miles), 2017-03-15 16:51:10 UTC Evansville, IN has a moderate earthquake risk, with a total of 9 earthquakes since 1931. Epicenter at 37.323, -87.259 This was the most damaging earthquake that ever originated within the state.

Epicenter at 38.186, -87.429 Epicenter at 38.424, -87.91 A minor earthquake, preliminary magnitude 3.9 according to the U.S. Geological Survey, occurred about 5 miles west of Evansville, Indiana at 8:08 am local time (Central Standard Time).

13.2 km from Subscribe to ad-free EarthquakeTrack Plus for the best earthquake tracking experience plus additional features and subscriber-only perks. 2020-02-27 06:05:58 UTC (10.2 miles), 2013-06-05 07:35:17 UTC

The Evansville Area Earthquake Hazards Mapping Project is being lead by representatives from Purdue University, the Center for Earthquake Research and Information at the University of Memphis, the State Geologic Surveys of Kentucky, Illinois, and Indiana, the Southwest Indiana Disaster Resistant Community Corp., the Central U.S. Earthquake Consortium State Geologists, and the USGS. Epicenter at 38.455, -87.902

(8.2 miles), 2017-05-31 09:45:16 UTC (7.2 miles), 2017-09-09 04:15:29 UTC Epicenter at 38.524, -88.021 Henderson (8.2 miles), 2011-10-10 03:16:02 UTC 9.2 km from (7.2 miles), 2016-08-08 12:04:49 UTC at 06:12 May 01, 2016 UTC, Location: Sumner "It's not unheard of, but I'd call it newsworthy," Noserale said.

Albion Epicenter at 38.451, -87.861 At 12:37 PM EST on July 18, 2002, a magnitude 4.6 earthquake occurred near Mount Vernon, Indiana, 11 miles west of Evansville and 15 miles northwest of Henderson, Kentucky. Evansville Epicenter at 38.425, -87.913 The maximum perceived intensity on the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale was VII (very strong). The 2008 Illinois earthquake was one of the largest earthquakes ever recorded in the Midwest state of Illinois.This moderate strike-slip shock measured 5.2 on the moment magnitude scale and had a maximum Mercalli intensity of VII (very strong). (1.2 miles), 2010-04-24 09:05:33 UTC Johnston said the quake was on the northern arm of the New Madrid fault zone. at 04:15 September 09, 2017 UTC, Location: June 18, 2002, magnitude 4.6 The earthquake was located close to Evansville, Indiana, with an epicenter between Darmstadt and Cynthiana in Posey County. at 03:16 October 10, 2011 UTC, Location:

It was felt over an area of 30,000 square miles including a strong presence in Indianapolis. 12.2 km from 14.2 km from Some chimneys fell, light connections severed and some building walls were cracked. (9.2 miles), 2015-09-12 17:00:12 UTC at 12:04 August 08, 2016 UTC, Location: at 09:05 April 24, 2010 UTC, Location: It occurred at 04:36:59 local time on April 18 near West Salem and Mount Carmel, Illinois, within the Wabash Valley Seismic Zone. Epicenter at 38.487, -87.851 2.2 km from Mount Carmel The strongest earthquake on record with an epicenter in Illinois occurred in 1968, when a 5.3-magnitude temblor was recorded about 75 miles southeast of … Haubstadt 12.2 km from (7.2 miles), 2012-04-18 06:16:35 UTC (8.2 miles), 2012-11-20 23:28:22 UTC Epicenter at 38.6, -87.876

Its epicenter was on the Illinois border between Vincennes and Terre Haute. The USGS database shows that there is a 6.49% chance of a major earthquake within 50km of Evansville, IN within the next 50 years. Midwestern state of Illinois.Striking at 11:02 am on November 9, it measured 5.4 on the Richter scale. The largest earthquake within 30 miles of Evansville… Although it was widely felt, the earthquake was centered in a rural area and its potential for damage was low, according to Arch Johnston, director of the Earthquake Center at the University of Memphis. The center of the earthquake was about three miles beneath the surface, the USGS said. 13.2 km from