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We have a number of documents related to earthquake prediction on our website at: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/topics/topics.php?topicID=53
Did You Feel It?: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/dyfi/
Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.usgs.gov/faq/index.php?action=show&cat=113
For more information, please visit our Earthquake Hazards Program website at: http://earthquake.usgs.gov/
Although the USGS can make long-term assessments of seismic hazards that can inform building codes, we do not issue short-term earthquake predictions. There is no method for reliably forecasting the occurrence of a future large earthquake, any more accurately than predicting by random chance. We can do a good job of identifying regions of higher or lower seismic hazard and estimating how frequently large earthquakes may strike within those regions (this is the basis of our seismic hazard maps that underlie modern building codes), but we cannot say when.
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