The Aleutian Islands experienced a magnitude 2 earthquake on February 6, 2024. This region is known for being a seismically active area due to the subduction of the Pacific Plate beneath the North American Plate. The area has experienced several major earthquakes in the past, including megathrust earthquakes. Another source of seismicity in the region is the Wadati-Benioff Zone, which is a zone of intermediate-depth earthquakes within the subducting Pacific Plate. The region also experiences shallow earthquakes associated with volcanic processes and crustal faults within the North American Plate. This recent earthquake occurred 40 miles south of the Kanaga Volcano and has not been reviewed by a seismologist. The Aleutian Arc is a seismically active region, and the earthquake activity in the area is closely monitored.