The most recent attempt at putting together a comprehensive historical earthquake catalog for Arizona was done as part of a M.S. thesis by Jeff Lockridge, a graduate student at Arizona State University, in 2011. He includes a couple of links to the catalog and the primary sources:http://gcc.asu.edu/lockridge/supplements/azeqcatalog.csvCitations for the catalog can be downloaded from:http://gcc.
A lot of Arizona residents were surprised by last night's M5.2 earthquake, saying that Arizona doesn't have such things.But we record a couple of hundred events around the state every year, although quakes this big are relatively ra... Read Post
The University of Arizona's Global Seismology and Tectonics group in the Geosciences Dept. created a webpage for the magnitude 5.2 Duncan (southeast Arizona) earthquake of June 28. One of the graduate students in the research group,... Read Post