Starting on page 12 of the report is a series of maps showing the changes since the 2008 report. Of note:
* The South Carolina seismic zone has been displaced southward by about 50 miles.
* The New Madrid zone has changed shape, with some areas seeing a substantial reduction in estimated earthquake risk.
* The risk zones in California are more sharply defined.
* The risk for the central Rocky Mountains area is higher, but still relatively low.
* The earthquake risk estimate for coastal Oregon has been reduced.
* A new seismic zone is present in Oklahoma, reflecting whatever is causing the massive increase in earthquake rates there.