Four seismometers removed from Clintonville
Residents started reporting the sounds March 18 and experts detected a 1.5-magnitude earthquake about two days later. The reports started to die down until another big boom over a week later.
The Michigan Technological University lent the seismometers to Clintonville starting on March 30 and that same day they confirmed a .1 magnitude earthquake. There have been a just few minor reports since then.
The U.S. Geological Survey has determined the events were a swarm of small earthquakes, which are not unusual across the nation.
City Administrator Lisa Kuss says if the noises start up again, they will reevaluate whether to start monitoring again.
- Clintonville residents report shaking homes
- Another night of mysterious booms in Clintonville Monday night
- Booms resume in Clintonville Wednesday morning after quiet night
- Waukesha engineering firm to assist in Clintonville
- 1.5 magnitude earthqauke occurred Tuesday in Clintonville
- Clintonville experiences fairly quiet weekend after earthquake
- Four seismometers, four sound sensors set up in Clintonville