Interactive map of earthquakes in Oklahoma

Screenshot of Oklahoma earthquake map

The Oklahoma Office of the Secretary of Energy and Environment, in collaboration with the Oklahoma Geological Survey and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, has developed an interactive map of earthquakes in Oklahoma. This map provides information on the epicenters and relative magnitudes of recent and historical earthquakes that have had a magnitude greater than 3.0.  Users can view earthquakes from the past 7 days, year to date, individual years back to 2010, and historical data back to 1980.

Users can also view the locations of waste water disposal wells, which have in some cases been associated with recent earthquake activity in Oklahoma and elsewhere.

Click here to access the earthquake map

Source: Oklahoma Office of the Secretary of Energy and Environment