Seismic Swarm: 2,000 Quakes Rattle the Pacific

24th March, 2024


The earth is trembling! A staggering number of earthquakes have rocked a fault line off the Pacific Coast.

This seismic outburst is centered on the Endeavour Segment of the Juan de Fuca Ridge off the coast of British Columbia.

Scientists say underwater volcanic activity is the source of these tremors.

The strongest quake measured around 4.1, not strong enough to pose a tsunami risk.

Experts believe this activity could add new material to the ocean floor.

Swarms like this are rare but remind us of the Earth's dynamic forces.

Scientists are closely monitoring the situation to learn more about our planet's geology.

Could this signify a future, larger-scale event? Only time will tell...