A Mw 7 earthquake occurred on 6 December 1999 at 2:12 pm AKST in the Kodiak Island region of Alaska. This event was felt strongly in the towns of Kodiak and Old Harbor as well as surrounding communities. It caused some minor damage, including power and phone outages in Kodiak. Felt reports were received from as far as Fairbanks, 900 km away. The earthquake was located by the Alaska Earthquake Information Center (AEIC) at 57.51°N and 154.67°W at 45.8 km depth. Aftershocks of ML 5.4 and Mw 6.4 followed the main shock by ten minutes and one...

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