Scientists say this is the best-recorded earthquake swarm to hit Yellowstone and the team is now analyzing the data from it.
New Jersey residents were woken up by an earthquake at 2 a.m. on Wednesday morning, with shaking felt miles from the epicenter.
The ground deep below the Parkfield section of the fault was found to break frequently and melt the host rocks.
The swarm hit a section of the fault capable of producing earthquakes of magnitude 7 and above.
The LAFD confirmed there has been no loss of life or serious injury as a result of the magnitude 4.2 quake which hit early on Thursday.
The Ridgecrest earthquakes in July last year left scars on the surface of Earth that could be seen from space.
The earthquake swarm hit the northeast of the country, while increased activity has been identified at Grímsvötn toward the south.
Nearly 9,000 New Zealanders reported feeling the shaking caused by the earthquake.
Preliminary data estimated the epicenter to be approximately 23 miles northwest of Pyonggang, with some shockwaves being felt in parts of South Korea.
A heatwave is also ravishing the Desert Southwest, making California more vulnerable to landslides.
People living in Los Angeles who felt the quake took to social media describing their experiences.
The April 14 aftershock was the largest of hundreds that have rattled the state since March 18, 2020.
According to University of Utah Seismograph Stations the two largest aftershocks reached 4.6 on the moment magnitude scale, occurring at at 8:02 am and 1:12 pm on Wednesday, March 18.
The Idaho earthquake was the biggest since the Borah Peak earthquake in 1983.
Following the quake, tsunami warnings were issued but these were subsequently retracted.
Aftershocks are predicted for the next week.
Saratoga County residents reported being woken up by a loud boom that felt like a truck crashing into a building.
The small earthquakes were recorded by the USGS near Greenback and Sweetwater.
The earthquakes currently happening in the Cuba region are unrelated to the quakes off southwest Puerto Rico.
The 6.8 magnitude quake hit the Elazig province, which is around 340 miles east of the capital Ankara, at around 8:55 p.m. local time on Friday.
Local residents took to social media to report light shaking felt across the region, but no injuries or damage were reported.
Puerto Rico was hit by a 6.4 magnitude earthquake Tuesday which left one man dead and hundreds of thousands without running water.
Tuesday's earthquake killed at least one person and injured multiple others.
Estimated economic losses are as high as 1 percent of Puerto Rico's GDP.
Scientists watch rare event unfold after unusual seismic activity was recorded in the Indian Ocean.
The "Window Beach" is located in the Boca neighborhood of Guanyanilla, between Cerro Toro and Punta Ventana, Puerto Rico.
The earthquake was the strongest to hit California so far this year, according to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center.