U.S. Geological Survey
Officials say a very small earthquake in central New Jersey has caused no damage or injuries.
Seismologists said the quake registered at a 2.5-magnitude when it hit at around 10:46 a.m. It was about 3 miles below ground, they said.
The 2.1-magnitude earthquake was recorded Friday morning and centered about 2 miles east of Conning Towers-Nautilus Park in Groton.
There is a new phenomenon occurring, and climate change is suspected to be behind it, reported WCBS 880’s Jim Smith.
People in the southern part of the state reported feeling the ground vibrate at about 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Interior Department launched a national plan to combat a mysterious disease that has killed more than a million bats in the eastern and southern U.S. and is spreading.