Check this list of links to find all the earthquake data you would ever need, plus some earthquake scenario generators, historical quake information and some general fun links. Have a suggestion for a link we should add? Leave it in the comments or email webfeedback@mercurynews.com.

Live Earthquake Data

USGS: Latest U.S. Quakes above 3.0 magnitude

USGS: Latest U.S. Quakes above 1.0

USGS Earthquake Hazards Program: Northern California

USGS: Latest California and Nevada Quakes above 1.0

USGS: The latest earthquake occurring in California

USGS RSS feeds and KML files

USGS: Liquefaction Hazard Maps: Find out if your house is in danger

Mercury News story on liquefaction

USGS: Recent quakes animation

USGS: World map of earthquakes

USGS: Live California seismographs

USGS: Shakemap of quakes along faults

World earthquakes live map, with timeline

IRIS seismic monitor

Scenario generators

TLC "Make a Quake"

National Geographic "Forces of Nature"

IRIS: Is a 10.5 quake possible?

USGS: Hayward Fault scenarios

UC Berkeley 2003 earthquake scenario: A 6.5 on the Hayward Fault

Associated Bay Area Governments housing loss modeling

ABAG transportation disruption modeling

Great Southern California ShakeOut

History

List of the biggest California earthquakes in history, with numbers of fatalities

Miscellaneous

Firefox plugin will shake your browser any time there's a quake

USGS: Earthquake games, quizzes and more for kids

USGS: Earthquake photo galleries

UC Berkeley site revisits 1906 quake, offers data

UCSB: Quiz, quakes in literature and more