3.0+ Earthquakes Map Since 2010

Map of 3.0+ Earthquakes Since 2010 from USGS
Map of 3.0+ Earthquakes Since 2010 from USGS

Here are some of the largest earthquakes to occur in the United States since 2010:

Magnitude 9.1 - March 11, 2011: This earthquake occurred off the coast of Tohoku, Japan, but it generated a tsunami that affected the west coast of the United States, causing damage in areas like California and Oregon.

Magnitude 7.8 - November 30, 2018: This earthquake struck near Anchorage, Alaska, causing significant damage to infrastructure and buildings in the region.

Magnitude 7.1 - July 5, 2019: This earthquake occurred in Ridgecrest, California, and was part of a larger seismic sequence that included a magnitude 6.4 foreshock.

Magnitude 7.0 - November 30, 2018: This earthquake also occurred near Anchorage, Alaska, and was a part of the same seismic sequence as the magnitude 7.8 mentioned earlier.

Magnitude 6.9 - August 24, 2014: This earthquake struck off the coast of Northern California near Napa Valley and caused damage to buildings, particularly in the town of Napa.

For the most current information, I recommend checking with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) or other reliable sources that provide real-time earthquake data.