Magnitude 3.7 - 63 miles SW of Little Diomede

April 1, 2024 13:31:46 AKDT (April 1, 2024 21:31:46 UTC)
65.0102°N 170.2656°W    Depth 17.8 miles (28 km)

This event has been reviewed by a seismologist

Tectonic Setting of Northwest Alaska

A wide, diffuse zone of seismicity extends from northwest Alaska across the Bering Strait into eastern Russia. This zone is believed to mark the northern boundary of the Bering microplate. Moderate-to-large normal faulting and strike-slip events have occurred in this region, including on the Seward Peninsula. The largest of these events was the 1958 M7.3 Huslia Earthquake. It was a normal faulting event that produced extensive failures in unconsolidated surficial deposits within a northeast-striking zone. In 2014, a vigorous earthquake swarm was recorded about 25 miles (40 km) north of Noatak on the Lisburne Peninsula.