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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2011
Strongest magnitude9.1 Mw Japan
Deadliest9.1 Mw Japan
19,747 deaths
Total fatalities20,927
Number by magnitude
9.0+1
8.0–8.90
7.0–7.918
6.0–6.9204
5.0–5.92271
← 2010
2012 →

This is a list of earthquakes in 2011. Only earthquakes of magnitude 6 or above are included, unless they result in damage and/or casualties, or are notable for some other reason. All dates are listed according to UTC time. The 9.1 Tōhoku earthquake was the fourth most powerful ever recorded and triggered a massive tsunami (around 20,000 deaths). In a very busy year, many earthquakes caused damage in Turkey, New Zealand, Myanmar, India and United States.

Compared to other years[edit]

Number of Earthquakes Worldwide for 2002–2011
Magnitude Ranging Between19992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320142015
8−9.9 0 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 4 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1
7−7.9 18 14 15 13 14 14 10 9 13 12 16 21 19 15 17 11 18
6−6.9 118 145 121 126 140 141 140 142 178 168 144 151 204 129 125 144 124
5−5.9 1057 1335 1215 1171 1203 1515 1693 1712 2074 1768 1896 1963 2271 1412 1402 1577 1413
Total 1193 1495 1352 1310 1358 1672 1844 1865 2270 1948 2057 2136 2495 1558 1546 1733 1556

Note that an increase in detected earthquake numbers does not necessarily represent an increase in earthquakes per se. Population increase, habitation spread, and advances in earthquake detection technology all contribute to higher earthquake numbers being recorded over time. USGS's Website has more information.

For exact dates and live earthquakes please visit USGS's Global Earthquake Search Page and Real-time Earthquake Map or EMSC's Real-time Seismicity.

Overall[edit]

Map of earthquakes in 2011

By death toll[edit]

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 19,747 9.1 Japan Japan, Tōhoku X (Extreme) 29.0 March 11
2 604 7.1 Turkey Turkey, Van VIII (Severe) 7.6 October 23
3 185 6.3 New Zealand New Zealand, Christchurch IX (Violent) 5.0 February 22
4 151 6.9 Myanmar Myanmar, Shan IX (Violent) 10.0 March 24
5 111 6.9 India India, Sikkim VIII (Severe) 19.7 September 18
6 40 5.7 Turkey Turkey, Van VI (Strong) 5.0 November 9
7 26 5.5 China China, Yunnan VI (Strong) 10.0 March 10
8 14 6.2 Uzbekistan Uzbekistan, Sughd VI (Strong) 20.0 July 19
9 10 6.7 Indonesia Indonesia, Aceh VI (Strong) 78.0 September 5
  • Note: At least 10 dead

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location Date
1 9.1 19,747 Japan Japan, Tōhoku March 11
2 7.9 0 Japan Japan, Honshu March 11
3 7.7 0 Japan Japan, Honshu March 11
4 7.6 0 New Zealand New Zealand, Kermadec Islands July 6
5 7.4 0 New Zealand New Zealand, Kermadec Islands October 21
6 7.3 0 Japan Japan, Honshu March 9
6 7.3 0 Fiji Fiji, Ndoi Island September 15
8 7.2 3 Pakistan Pakistan, Balochistan January 18
8 7.2 0 United States United States, Aleutian Islands June 23
8 7.1 604 Turkey Turkey, Van October 23
11 7.1 0 Chile Chile, Araucanía Region January 2
11 7.1 4 Japan Japan, Honshu April 7
11 7.1 0 Vanuatu Vanuatu, Port Vila August 20
11 7.1 0 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea, Lae December 14
15 7.0 0 Argentina Argentina, Santiago del Estero January 1
15 7.0 0 New Caledonia New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands January 13
15 7.0 0 Japan Japan, Honshu July 10
15 7.0 0 Vanuatu Vanuatu, Port Vila August 20
15 7.0 0 Vanuatu Vanuatu, Isangel September 3

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January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw Pakistan Pakistan
7.2 Mw  Chile
Deadliest7.2 Mw Pakistan Pakistan
3 deaths
Total fatalities3
Number by magnitude
8.0–8.90
7.0–7.94
6.0–6.910
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[1]  Argentina, Santiago del Estero Province, 26 km north northeast of El Hoyo 7.0 583.6 V - - -
2[2]  Chile, Araucanía Region, 42 km north northwest of Carahue 7.2 24.0 VIII This was an aftershock to the 2010 Chile earthquake. - -
5[3]  New Caledonia, offshore, southeast of the Loyalty Islands 6.1 112.2 - - - -
9[4]  Vanuatu, Tafea offshore, 110 km west northwest of Isangel 6.5 22.0 IV - - -
9[5]  Vanuatu, Tafea offshore, 124 km west northwest of Isangel 6.1 18.0 IV This was an aftershock to the 6.5 earthquake 7 hours earlier. - -
12[6]  Japan offshore, Bonin Islands region 6.4 512.0 III - - -
13[7]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 118 km north northeast of Tadine 7.0 9.0 V - - -
17[8]  Indonesia, South Sumatra offshore, 129 km south southwest of Pagar Alam 6.0 36.0 IV - - -
18[9]  Pakistan, Balochistan, 46 km west southwest of Dalbandin 7.2 68.0 VII The 2011 Dalbandin earthquake damaged 200 homes near the epicentre. One person was killed by falling debris, and two others died from heart attacks in Quetta. This was the strongest in the country since the 2005 Kashmir earthquake. 3 -
24[10]  Tajikistan, Gorno-Badakshan, 106 km west northwest of Murghob 6.0 110.0 V - - -
26[11]  Indonesia, Aceh offshore, 58 km east southeast of Sinabang 6.1 23.0 V - - -
27[12]  Iran, Kerman Province, 119 km south southeast of Bam 6.2 10.0 VII This was an aftershock of the 2010 Hosseinabad earthquake. - -
29[13]  Norway, Svalbard and Jan Mayen offshore, 75 km east of Olonkinbyen 6.2 15.0 - - - -
31[14]  Tonga, Tongatapu, offshore, 101 km south southwest of Vaini 6.0 76.0 V - - -

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude6.9 Mw  Chile
Deadliest6.1 Mw New Zealand New Zealand
185 deaths
Total fatalities186
Number by magnitude
8.0–8.90
7.0–7.90
6.0–6.917
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[15] Myanmar Myanmar, Sagaing Region, 62 km east of Wangjing, India 6.2 85.0 VI One person was killed and several buildings and bridges were damaged in Monywa, Myanmar. Some damage was also reported in Assam, India. 1 -
7[16]  Papua New Guinea, Bougainville offshore, 98 km south southwest of Arawa 6.4 415.0 III - - -
10[17]  Philippines, Celebes Sea offshore, 250 km south southeast of Tabiauan 6.6 525.0 IV - - -
11[18]  Chile, Maule Region, 21 km north of Tomé 6.9 26.0 VII A tsunami up to 0.3 m (0.98 ft) was observed off the coast of Chile. This was an aftershock of the 2010 Chile earthquake. - -
12[19]  Chile, Bío-Bío Region, 13 km south southeast of Chiguayante 6.1 16.0 VII It is also an aftershock of the 2010 Chile earthquake. - -
15[20]  Indonesia, South Sulawesi, 146 km south southeast of Poso 6.1 16.2 VII - - -
20[21]  Russia, Kamchatka, 41 km south southwest of Ust-Kamchatsk 6.1 33.0 VI - - -
21[22]  Tonga, offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.5 558.1 - - - -
21[23]  New Zealand, Canterbury, 6 km southeast of Christchurch 6.1 5.9 IX The 2011 Christchurch earthquake was one of the worst natural disasters in New Zealand's history. 185 people were killed, and 2,000 people were injured. This was also an aftershock of the 2010 Canterbury earthquake. 185 2,000

Note: The 2010 Maule Earthquake's aftershocks have not been included due to cluttering.

March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude9.1 Mw Japan Japan
Deadliest9.1 Mw  Japan 19,747 deaths
Total fatalities19,924
Number by magnitude
9.0+1
8.0–8.90
7.0–7.93
6.0–6.968
5.0–5.9633
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

6[24]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore 6.6 87.7 IV - - -
9[25]  Japan, Sendai offshore, 120 km Southeast of Ofunato 7.3 32.0 IV The March 2011 Sanriku earthquake was a foreshock of the 9.1 earthquake 2 days later. - -
10[26]  China, Yunnan 5.5 10.0 VII The 2011 Yunnan earthquake damaged 12,000 homes, left 26 people dead and 313 injured. 26 313
11[27]  Japan, Tōhoku Region offshore 9.1 29.0 IX The 2011 Tohoku earthquake was the largest earthquake ever recorded in Japan, and is the fourth largest earthquake in recorded history, a tsunami up to 40.5 m (133 ft) high caused 19,745 deaths with 6,242 people injured, and 2,556 people missing. In Jayapura, Indonesia, one person was killed with another person killed in the U.S. State of California. 19,747 6,434
11[28]  Japan, offshore Tōhoku Region 7.9 42.6 VIII These were aftershocks of the 9.1 earthquake earlier that day. - -
11[29]  Japan, offshore Tōhoku Region 7.7 18.6 IV - -
24[30]  Myanmar, 27 km Northwest of Tachilek 6.9 8.0 IX The 2011 Myanmar earthquake caused major destruction in Shan State, killing 151 people and injuring 212 others. 151 212

Note: Aftershocks of the Japan earthquake have not been included unless they are above magnitude 7 or lead to casualties.

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude7.1 Mw Japan Japan
Deadliest6.6 Mw  Japan
7 deaths
Total fatalities11
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.91
6.0–6.918
5.0–5.9159
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[31]  Greece, South Aegean offshore, 42 km northwest of Fry 6.0 59.9 VI - - -
3[32]  Indonesia, West Java offshore, 278 km southwest of Kawalu 6.7 14.0 V - - -
7[33]  Mexico, Veracruz, 7 km southwest of Helio García Alfaro 6.6 166.2 VI - - -
7[34]  Japan, Miyagi offshore, 29 km southeast of Ishinomaki 7.1 42.0 VIII The April 2011 Miyagi earthquake caused further structural damage in Miyagi and Fukushima Prefectures. Four people died and 141 were injured. 4 141
11[35]  Japan, Fukushima, 17 km south southwest of Ishikawa 6.6 11.0 VIII The April 2011 Fukushima earthquake caused little structural damage, but killed seven people and injured ten others. Mostly from landslides. 7 10
23[36]  Solomon Islands, Makira offshore, 79 km west of Kirakira 6.8 79.0 VI - - -
24[37]  Indonesia, Southeast Sulawesi offshore, 47 km northeast of Katabu 6.1 8.0 VIII - - -

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw  New Caledonia
Deadliest5.1 Mw  Spain
9 deaths
Total fatalities11
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0–8.90
7.0–7.90
6.0–6.97
5.0–5.9179
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

10[38]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 124 km northeast of 6.8 11.0 V - - -
11[39]  Spain, Murcia, 4 km northeast of Lorca 5.1 1.0 VI The 2011 Lorca earthquake caused significant localized damage and panic among locals, leaving many displaced from their homes. Nine people were killed and 403 others were inujred. 9 403
19[40]  Turkey, Kütahya, 12 km north northeast of Simav 5.8 7.0 VII After the 2011 Kütahya earthquake, many locals panicked and power was lost to most of Simav, and some buildings sustained damage. An elderly woman in İnegöl suffered a heart-attack and died in the immediate aftermath of the tremor, while in Simav, one person was killed after being struck by a concrete block. 122 others were injured.[41] 2 122

June[edit]

June
Strongest magnitude7.3 Mw  United States
Deadliest5.9 Mw  New Zealand
1 death
5.0 Mw  Japan
1 death
Total fatalities2
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.91
6.0–6.913
5.0–5.9161
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

8[42]  China, Xinjiang, 76 km west of Turpan 5.1 21.1 VI In Dabancheng, fifty houses were damaged and landslides occurred. At least eight people were injured. - 8
13[43]  New Zealand, Canterbury offshore, 9 km east southeast of Christchurch 5.9 6.1 VIII The June 2011 Christchurch earthquake, being a strong aftershock of the February event, caused further damage to buildings, power outages, liquefaction and rockfalls. One elderly person died after falling in panic, and 46 others were injured, two seriously.[44][45] 1 46
16[46]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 108 km east southeast of Kimbe 6.4 16.0 VIII - - -
20[47]  China, Yunnan, 137 km east southeast of Myitkyina, Myanmar 5.0 39.0 IV Moderate damage occurred in Baoshan and four people were injured. - 4
22[48]  Japan, Iwate offshore, 42 km north northeast of Miyako 6.7 33.0 VI This was possibly an aftershock of the March 2011 event. - -
24[49]  United States, Alaska offshore, 162 km east of Atka 7.3 52.0 VI In Nikolski, a tsunami with heights of 10 cm (0.33 ft) was observed. - -
24[50]  Haiti, Sud-Est, 11 km north of Cayes-Jacmel 3.5 10.0 III In Port-au-Prince, seven people were injured in a crowd-crush caused by panicking crowds. - 7
26[51]  China, Qinghai, 186 km northwest of Qamdo 5.3 29.3 V Ten houses collapsed and over 90% of others were damaged near the epicentre. - -
26[52]  Indonesia, Papua, 146 km south southeast of Biak 6.3 17.0 VII - - -
29[53]  Japan, Nagano, 20 km west southwest of Hotaka 5.0 10.0 V In Nagano, one person was crushed to death by a falling bookshelf,[54] and seventeen others were injured, fourteen of them seriously.[55] 1 17

July[edit]

July
Strongest magnitude7.6 Mw  New Zealand
Deadliest6.1 Mw  Kyrgyzstan
14 deaths
Total fatalities14
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.92
6.0–6.917
5.0–5.9205
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

6[56]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 7.6 17.0 VII A tsunami was observed with heights of 1.9 m (6.2 ft) in Raoul Island.[57] - -
10[58]  Japan, Miyagi offshore, 177 km east southeast of Ishinomaki 7.0 23.0 V It was an aftershock of the event on March 11. - -
11[59]  Philippines, Central Visayas offshore, 33 km west southwest of Cayhagan 6.4 19.0 VI - - -
19[60]  Kyrgyzstan, Batken, 16 km north northeast of Aydarken 6.1 20.0 VIII The 2011 Fergana Valley earthquake caused fifteen injuries, as many as 650 houses to collapse or sustain severe damage and rockfalls in Kyrgyzstan.[61][62] However in Uzbekistan, over 800 homes were damaged and thirteen people were killed,[61] while another person died due to panic in Tajikistan.[63] 14 101
20[64]  Solomon Islands, Makira offshore, 16 km northeast of Kirakira 6.0 21.0 VI - - -
25[65]  Papua New Guinea, New Ireland offshore, 70 km south southwest of Kavieng 6.3 10.0 VI - - -
29[66] Fiji South of the Fiji Islands 6.7 532.0 - - - -
31[67]  Papua New Guinea, Madang offshore, 103 km northeast of Angoram 6.6 10.0 VI - - -

August[edit]

August
Strongest magnitude7.1 Vanuatu Vanuatu
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.92
6.0–6.910
5.0–5.9146

September[edit]

September
Strongest magnitude7.3 Fiji Fiji
Total fatalities124
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.92
6.0–6.916
5.0–5.9121

October[edit]

October
Strongest magnitude7.4 New Zealand New Zealand
Total fatalities608
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.92
6.0–6.99
5.0–5.9122

November[edit]

November
Strongest magnitude6.9 Japan Japan
Total fatalities40
Number by magnitude
6.0–6.910
5.0–5.9135

December[edit]

December
Strongest magnitude7.1 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Total fatalities3
Number by magnitude
7.0–7.91
6.0–6.97
5.0–5.9106

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