M 7.9 Earthquake Strikes Gulf of Alaska
A M 7.9 earthquake southeast of Kodiak, Alaska early Tuesday morning, and triggered a tsunami warning for Alaska and British Columbia. The tsunami warning has since been cancelled.
The powerful Alaska event occurred 3 hours after a M 6.0 earthquake struck Indonesia, near Jakarta. While a lower magnitude than what was felt in Alaska, it impacted a much more populated area.
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