I find it very interesting that a big earthquake hits the Prudhoe Bay oil fields region right up in the Arctic Circle right after the volcano in Hawaii ceased erupting. I don’t know if the two events are connected in any way, it is just interesting to see this coincidence.
Lots of aftershocks. The mega-earthquake/tsunami that destroyed a fair amount of Japanese coastal areas still, years later, shake like jello. Otherwise, much of the earth was remarkably quiet this week.
A tour of the Prudhoe Bay region on the rough roads there:
Driving the Dalton Highway to Prudhoe Bay – YouTube