Map of Frackquakes and Earthquakes

frackquakes map
500 3.0+ Earthquakes are now represented on by teal dots to make the map easier to read.  Hopefully, this will make the map easier to read with other things alongside it. 

For "frackquakes," you can search for maps and data on induced seismicity related to hydraulic fracturing in specific regions. Some organizations and geological agencies may provide information on this topic. You can try searching for research papers, articles, or websites related to seismicity and hydraulic fracturing.

For natural earthquakes, you can find interactive earthquake maps from reputable sources such as the United States Geological Survey (USGS) or the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC). Both of these organizations offer real-time and historical earthquake data, including maps, which allow you to explore earthquake activity in various regions.

To access these maps, visit the respective websites of USGS ( or EMSC ( From there, you can use their search tools or explore their earthquake maps to find the information you're interested in.