Affects of last week’s 7.9 earthquake felt around the country


How last week’s earthquake in Alaska made a wave of water in Death Valley

SCPR- Last Monday night, a 7.9 magnitude earthquake struck the Gulf of Alaska. Violent shaking was followed by a tsunami alert, but the seismic ripple that coursed across the Pacific was only eight inches high. But about 2,000 miles away, in the middle of Death Valley, there was a one foot wave in a small pool of water called Devil’s Hole.
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Alaska’s earthquake caused endangered desert pupfish to spawn
Smithsonian – Nevada’s endangered desert pupfish are spawning after Alaska’s earthquake sent waves reverberating around their watery home.
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Alaska earthquake caused water levels to rise, fall in two Florida wells
TCPalm – Apparently, Tuesday’s 7.9-magnitude earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska caused water to rise and fall in a few wells in Florida, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS).
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