World earthquake map
In these two maps, the relationship between tectonic plate boundary and earthquake occurance is clear. Using an atlas and a high quality version of this map above, you can identify countries where earthquakes rarely occur and countries which have a high incidence rate of earthquakes.
Live map of recent earthquakes
The Iris Earthquake browser displays the most recent earthquakes in a requested region. The map is updated regularly and zoomable allowing you to close in on a specific region to see the earthquakes that have taken place in a particular place. The Iris Earthquake browser can be found here.
Maps of specific earthquake regions
Japan - There is a strong link between plate boundaries and earthquakes and Japan sits on three tectonic plates making it a particularly active tectonic zone.
North East Pacific - Here we can see the tectonic action taking place underneath the surface in the Seattle/Vancouver region.