SALT LAKE CITY — Did you are feeling or hear earthquakes this morning?
The College of Utah Seismograph Stations reported four minor earthquakes of 0.7 to 1.zero magnitude occurred within the northeastern Salt Lake City space during the last eight days.
The pair of earthquakes occurred on Sept. 2, at 2:thirteen a.m. and 10:33 a.m.
A shockwave occurred on Sept. 6 at 8:43 p.m. and one other at 3:48 p.m. on Sept. 8.
The earthquakes reportedly occurred close to the College of Utah campus.
“Residents of northeastern Salt Lake City have reported feeling and/or hearing these earthquakes, in some instances describing the noise as a loud growth,” the university stated in a press release.
Earthquakes can create noises that sound just like thunder as a result of seismic waves vibrate within the ground.
Final September, the Utah Geological Survey, the College of Utah Seismograph Stations and the Utah Division of Emergency Management revealed a new map system that exhibits earthquakes within and close to Utah from 1850 to 2016, in line with the Deseret Information.
The map included fault strains which are probably the sources of huge earthquakes.