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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2017

Strongest magnitude 8.2 Mw Mexico Mexico
Deadliest 7.3 Mw Iran Iran
630 deaths
Total fatalities 1,232
Number by magnitude
9.0+ 0
8.0−8.9 1
7.0−7.9 6
6.0−6.9 106
5.0−5.9 1,451
4.0−4.9 11,296
← 2016
2018 →
Map of earthquakes in 2017 as of December 31. A total of 12,797 earthquakes are plotted.

This is a list of earthquakes in 2017. 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. Maximum intensities are indicated on the Mercalli intensity scale and are sourced from United States Geological Survey (USGS) ShakeMap data. Major events took place in Iran and Mexico, with the latter experiencing two such events, one of them exceeding magnitude 8.

Compared to other years[edit]

Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2007–2017[1][2]
Magnitude 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017
8.0–9.9 4 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 1
7.0–7.9 14 12 16 21 19 15 17 11 18 16 6
6.0–6.9 178 168 144 151 204 129 125 140 124 128 106
5.0–5.9 2,074 1,768 1,896 1,963 2,271 1,412 1,402 1,475 1,413 1,502 1,451
4.0–4.9 12,080 12,292 6,805 10,164 13,303 10,990 9,795 13,494 13,239 12,771 11,296
Total 14,350 14,240 8,862 12,300 15,798 12,548 11,341 15,121 14,795 14,420 12,860

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.[3]

By death toll[edit]

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 630 7.3 Iran Iran VIII (Severe) 19.0 November 12
2 370 7.1 Mexico Mexico VII (Very strong) 48.0 September 19
3 98 8.2 Mexico Mexico IX (Violent) 47.4 September 7
4 34 5.7 Italy Italy VIII (Severe) 7.0 January 18
5 25 6.5 China China VII (Very strong) 9.0 August 8

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 8.2 98 Mexico Mexico IX (Violent) 47.4 September 8
2 7.9 3 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea VIII (Severe) 135.0 January 22
3 7.7 0  Russia VII (Very strong) 11.0 July 17
4 7.3 0  Philippines III (Weak) 627.2 January 10
4 7.3 630 Iran Iran VIII (Severe) 19.0 November 12
6 7.1 370 Mexico Mexico VII (Very strong) 48.0 September 19
7 7.0 0  New Caledonia VI (Strong) 10.0 November 19

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By month[edit]

January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude 7.9 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Deadliest 5.7 Mw Italy Italy
34 deaths
Total fatalities 44
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 2
6.0−6.9 6
5.0−5.9 146
4.0−4.9 1002
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[4]  Tonga offshore, 180 km northwest of the Minerva Reefs 6.3 551.6 II
3[5]  India, Tripura state, 20 km east northeast of Ambassa 5.7 32.0 V 2017 Tripura earthquake: One person died and five others were injured in India. 50 houses were damaged due to landslides that occurred in Dhalai district in the state of Tripura. Roads were blocked after numerous trees were uprooted.[6] Two people died and three others were injured in neighboring Bangladesh.[7][8] 3 8
3[9]  Fiji offshore, 226 km southwest of Nadi 6.9 12.0 IV A tsunami warning was issued for Fiji, with waves of 0.01 m reported in Suva.[10]
3[11]  Fiji offshore, 195 km southwest of Nadi 6.0 10.0 IV This was an aftershock of the 6.9 quake.
6[12]  Iran, 54 km southwest of Jahrom 5.0 10.0 VI Four people were killed in Seyfabad in Khonj County. Three people were injured in the village of Chartala.[13] 4 3
8[14]  Canada, Nunavut, 79 km east southeast of Resolute 6.0 31.0 VII Homes suffered light damage in Resolute.[15] A magnitude 5.2 aftershock struck 18 hours later.[16] The 6.0 quake was a once-in-300-years event.[15]
10[17]  Philippines offshore, 189 km south southeast of Tabialan 7.3 627.2 III
10[18]  Solomon Islands, 104 km west northwest of Kirakira 6.3 26.0 VI This was a foreshock of the 6.5 quake.
11[19]  Madagascar, 41 km south southwest of Betafo 5.5 7.3 VI It was the strongest earthquake in the region since 1991.[20] It caused moderate damage around the epicenter in Vakinankaratra and Betafo.[21]
16[22]  Indonesia, North Sumatra, 24 km north of Kabanjahe 5.6 6.0 VII The quake damaged various houses and caused people in Medan to evacuate buildings in a panic.[23]
18[24]  Italy, 6 km west southwest of Amatrice 5.7 7.0 VIII January 2017 Central Italy earthquakes: Four earthquakes above 5.0 Mw occurred in less than 5 hours, with new damage recorded in Amatrice and Abruzzo.[25] Two people died in Campotosto and three in Teramo.[26] These earthquakes may have triggered an avalanche that struck a hotel in Farindola, killing 29 people and injuring 11.[27][28] 34 11
18[29]  Italy, 8 km north northwest of Montereale 5.6 10.0
19[30]  Solomon Islands, 65 km west of Kirakira 6.5 36.0 VII
22[31]  Papua New Guinea, 35 km west northwest of Panguna 7.9 135.0 VIII 2017 Papua New Guinea earthquake: Damage occurred in Arawa and parts of central Bougainville, where three people died and one was injured,[32] while a power outage occurred in Buka.[33] 3 1
31[34]  Ecuador, 25 km south of Esmeraldas 5.5 10.0 VI There were reports of damage to several houses.[35]

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude 6.9 Mw  Tonga
Deadliest 6.7 Mw Philippines Philippines
8 deaths
Total fatalities 8
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 5
5.0−5.9 106
4.0−4.9 774
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[36]  France, Martinique offshore, 59 km east northeast of Sainte-Marie 5.8 44.0 V One woman was injured. Objects fell on the floor in supermarkets.[37] 1
6[38]  Turkey, 23 km west northwest of Assos 5.2 7.2 VI Around 90 houses in eleven villages were damaged. Five people were injured.[39] 5
6[40]  Colombia, 16 km east northeast of Colombia 5.5 38.0 V Some damage was reported in the town of Colombia. One person was injured.[41] Roads were blocked by falling rocks.[42] 1
6[43]  India, Uttarakhand state, 36 km northwest of Pipalkoti 5.1 16.1 IV 2017 Uttarakhand earthquake: One person was injured, with panic scenes around the epicenter. Many cracks in buildings were reported.[44] 1
7[45]  Pakistan, 22 km west southwest of Pasni 6.3 29.1 VI 60 houses collapsed in Pasni, where one girl was injured by a falling wall.[46] 1
8[47]  China, Yunnan, 15 km northwest of Wenping 4.9 10.0 Five people were injured in Ludian County and some old houses collapsed.[48] 5
10[49]  Philippines, 10 km north of Surigao City 6.7 15.0 VIII 2017 Surigao earthquake: Multiple buildings were damaged in Surigao City and seven bridges collapsed, isolating San Francisco. At least eleven towns were affected, including by a power outage. The airport was closed due to the damaged runway. Eight people died and 250 others were injured.[50] 8 250
10[51]  Taiwan, 18 km south of Tainan 5.3 15.8 V Four people were injured in Tainan and Kaohsiung.[52] Grocery stores sustained minor damage.[53] 4
15[54]  Indonesia, Aceh, 15 km southeast of Sigli 5.4 13.0 VI Two earthquakes hit a region of Aceh previously affected by the 2016 Aceh earthquake in rapid succession. Two houses collapsed and nine people suffered injuries.[55] 9
15[56]  Indonesia, Aceh, 15 km west northwest of Meureudu 5.0 10.0 V
18[57]  Argentina, Jujuy Province, 52 km northwest of San Antonio de los Cobres 6.4 222.0 IV
21[58]  Bolivia, 41 km east of Padilla 6.5 596.0 III
23[59]  Philippines, 3 km west southwest of Davao City 4.7 11.9 IV Two women were injured when a waiting shed fell on them in Davao City.[60] 2
24[61]  Zambia, 40 km east of Kaputa 5.9 30.0 V Various houses were damaged in Kaputa District, leaving 11 families homeless. Five people were injured.[62] 5
24[63]  Tonga offshore, 43 km north northwest of the Minerva Reefs 6.9 414.5 III

March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude 6.6 Mw  Russia
Deadliest 5.1 Mw  Myanmar
2 deaths
Total fatalities 4
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 6
5.0−5.9 129
4.0−4.9 863
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[64]  Turkey, 5 km northwest of Samsat 5.6 10.0 VII At least thirty people were injured and some buildings collapsed.[65] 30
4[66]  Solomon Islands, 115 km south southeast of Panguna, Papua New Guinea 6.1 17.0 VI
5[67]  Philippines, 5 km north of Surigao City 5.7 10.5 VII One person died of a heart attack, 45 others were injured and some walls collapsed. This was an aftershock of the 6.7 quake.[68] 1 45
5[69]  Papua New Guinea, 32 km northwest of Kandrian 6.3 37.0 VI
10[70]  Spain, 11 km north of Olza 4.1 2.6 VI Cracks appeared in walls and road surfaces and some windows broke.[71][72]
13[73]  Myanmar, 34 km southeast of Tharrawaddy 5.1 10.0 V Some temples were damaged in Yangon and 38 people were injured. Two of them died later in the hospital.[74] 2 36
14[75]  India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands offshore, 230 km south southwest of Mohean 6.0 10.0 III
19[76]  Solomon Islands, 70 km north of Auki 6.0 8.4 VI
21[77]  Indonesia, Bali, 1 km southeast of Banjar Mulung 5.6 111.7 V Various houses, temples, offices and schools were damaged during the quake. Four people, included three children, were injured.[78] 4
24[79]  Egypt, 69 km northwest of Suez 4.1 1.6 One person died and seven others were injured after a poorly-constructed building collapsed.[80] 1 7
26[81]  China, Yunnan, 23 km southwest of Yuhu 5.0 27.6 II About 500 houses were damaged and some collapsed. One person was injured by falling tiles.[82] 1
27[83]  United States, Alaska, 63 km west of Attu Station 6.2 20.0 V
29[84]  Russia, Kamchatka, 81 km north northeast of Ust-Kamchatsk 6.6 17.0 VIII
29[85]  Mexico, Sinaloa offshore, 78 km west southwest of Higuera de Zaragoza 5.7 17.0 IV Some buildings and schools suffered light damage in Cajeme.[86]

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude 6.9 Mw  Chile
6.9 Mw  Philippines
Deadliest 6.1 Mw  Iran
2 deaths
Total fatalities 3
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 7
5.0−5.9 129
4.0−4.9 953
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[87]  Panama, 18 km northeast of Cerro Punta 5.3 10.0 VII Two buildings were damaged. Some objects fell in supermarkets.[88]
3[89]  South Africa, 7 km south southeast of Stilfontein 5.2 5.0 VII Plaster fell from walls and houses were slightly damaged in Orkney and Klerksdorp.[90]
3[91]  Botswana, 132 km west southwest of Moiyabana 6.5 29.0 VII The 2017 Botswana earthquake was the strongest earthquake recorded in Botswana since 1952.[92][93] Thirty-six students were injured in a stampede sparked by the quake.[94] 36
4[95]  Philippines, 5 km west of Batangas City 5.1 18.2 VI 2017 Batangas earthquakes: The earthquake damaged houses in Batangas City and the Taal Basilica. Some power outages occurred in San Pascual.[96] This was a foreshock of the 5.9 quake.
5[97]  Iran, 61 km north northwest of Torbat-e Jam 6.1 13.0 VII 40% of buildings have been ruined in four villages. Some houses and buildings were seriously damaged in Mashhad. Phone lines were disrupted.[98] Two people were killed and 34 others injured.[99] 2 34
5[100]  Greece, 1 km southwest of Nafpaktos 4.8 10.0 VII Older buildings suffered minor damage, with bricks and stones falling into the streets below. A power outage occurred in the town of Rio.[101]
8[102]  Philippines, 1 km north northwest of Talaga 5.9 14.3 VI 2017 Batangas earthquakes: Houses and buildings were damaged, landslides occurred at Mount Macolod and power outages were reported.[103] Six people were injured. Around 14,000 people were temporarily relocated to evacuation centers.[104] 6
10[105]  El Salvador, 3 km north of Soyapango 4.8 10.0 VI The earthquake damaged houses in Antiguo Cuscatlán and caused landslides as well as power failures in some areas. One person died and three others were injured when a falling rock hit their car on a highway.[106] 1 3
11[107]  Philippines, 8 km north of Osias 5.8 8.3 VII About 500 homes and 2 mosques were damaged in Lanao del Sur. Power failures also occurred and cracks appeared on the national highway. One person was injured.[108] 1
15[109]  Chile, 63 km southeast of San Pedro de Atacama 6.3 155.0 IV
18[110]  Fiji, 285 km north of Ndoi Island 6.0 628.0 II
23[111]  Chile offshore, 37 km west of Valparaiso 6.0 21.0 VI This was a foreshock of the 6.9 quake.
24[112]  Chile offshore, 40 km west of Valparaiso 6.9 28.0 VII 2017 Valparaíso earthquake (es): Santiago International Airport suffered light damage on floors and ceilings. A car was hit by a falling rock on a service road near a highway.[113]
28[114]  Philippines, 31 km southwest of Burias 6.9 26.0 VII Several buildings were damaged and at least one house collapsed. Five people were injured.[115] 5

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude 6.8 Mw  Vanuatu
Deadliest 5.4 Mw  China
8 deaths
Total fatalities 12
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 11
5.0−5.9 139
4.0−4.9 930
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[116]  Canada, British Columbia, 88 km west northwest of Skagway, United States 6.2 10.0 VII This pair of similarly sized quakes occurring in close proximity is an example of a doublet earthquake.
1[117]  Canada, British Columbia, 88 km west northwest of Skagway, United States 6.3 2.5 VIII
2[118]  Iran, 65 km north of Torbat-e Jam 5.1 10.0 V Two people were injured. This was an aftershock of the 6.1 quake on April 5.[119] 2
3[120]  Tajikistan, 29 km north northwest of Karakenja 6.0 11.0 VII Two houses were partially damaged in Tajikistan.[121] In Kyrgyzstan, a rockfall killed 110 sheep, over 100 buildings were damaged,[122] and one man was injured by a falling wall.[123] 1
8[124]  United States, Alaska, 34 km west southwest of Tanaga Volcano 6.2 13.0 VI
9[125]  Japan, 111 km east southeast of Hirara, Okinawa Prefecture 6.0 10.0 IV
9[126]  Vanuatu, 62 km northeast of Port-Olry 6.8 169.0 V
10[127]  China, Xinjiang, 131 km east southeast of Murghab, Tajikistan 5.4 8.1 VI Eight people were killed and 29 injured. Some people were buried after their houses collapsed. In Quzgun village, the quake caused the collapse of 1,520 houses. 9,200 people have been relocated.[128] 8 29
10[129]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 95 km east northeast of Visokoi Island 6.5 15.0 IV
11[130]  Azerbaijan, 16 km east southeast of Tel'manked 5.1 62.8 V Twenty people were injured in Parsabad, Iran.[131] 20
11[132]  Turkey, 13 km north northeast of Aşkale 5.1 13.4 VII Twenty-five houses were damaged in Aşkale.[133][134]
12[135]  El Salvador offshore, 78 km south southwest of Acajutla 6.2 16.0 IV
13[136]  Iran, 34 km north northwest of Bojnurd 5.6 8.0 VII Three people were killed and more than 400 were injured near Pasandarreh.[137] Some buildings were damaged and several roads blocked.[138] 3 417
15[139]  Papua New Guinea, 39 km east northeast of Namatanai 6.2 10.0 VII
16[140]  Peru, 62 km east northeast of Tambo 5.4 10.0 VI This earthquake caused landslides in Ayacucho region, and various schools were slightly damaged.[141] Seven houses were damaged and two destroyed while eight people were displaced.[142]
20[143]  Philippines, 25 km south of Alburquerque 6.0 533.0 II
24[144]  Albania, 8 km north northwest of Bulqizë 4.5 10.0 IV In Mat municipality, 7 homes and a health center suffered cracked walls while 3 schools in Bulqiza municipality suffered minor damage.[145]
24[146]  Indonesia, South Sulawesi, 115 km east of Malili 5.7 10.0 VII Dozens of houses were damaged in Morowali Regency.[147]
25[148]  Tanzania, 22 km west southwest of Misasi 4.4 10.0 III Eighteen students were injured in a panic caused by the earthquake.[149] One policeman also died of a heart attack.[150] 1 18
27[151]  Turkey, 10 km northwest of Gölmarmara 5.1 10.0 VII Various houses were badly damaged in Manisa province. One person was also injured.[152] 1
29[153]  Indonesia, Central Sulawesi, 28 km west northwest of Kasinguncu 6.6 12.0 VII Hundreds of buildings were damaged in Poso as well as surrounding villages, and some collapsed. Twenty-five people were injured, with 5 of them in a serious condition.[154][155] 25

June[edit]

June
Strongest magnitude 6.9 Mw  Guatemala
Deadliest 6.9 Mw  Guatemala
5 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 10
5.0−5.9 90
4.0−4.9 839
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[156]  United States, Alaska offshore, 200 km northwest of Attu Station 6.8 8.2 IV
5[157]  Ecuador, 41 km east of Papayal, Peru 5.6 49.0 IV Some houses were damaged in Peru and Ecuador near the epicenter. Two people were injured in Piura province.[158] 2
12[159]  Greece, 5 km south of Plomari 6.3 12.0 IX 2017 Lesbos earthquake: Many houses were damaged in Plomari and some collapsed. The village of Vrisa, where one woman was found dead, was almost completely destroyed. The quake left 15 people injured and displaced 800.[160] The quake was felt across Greece, Turkey, and Bulgaria.[161][162] 1 15
14[163]  Guatemala, 3 km west northwest of Malacatán 6.9 93.0 VI 2017 Guatemala earthquake (es): Five people died (three of heart attacks) and 19 others were injured in Guatemala. A lot of houses were damaged in San Marcos department and landslides also occurred.[164][165] In Mexico, 11 people were injured in neighbouring Chiapas.[166] 5 30
15[167]  New Zealand offshore, 129 km northeast of L'Esperance Rock, Kermadec Islands 6.0 34.0 III
17[168]  Tonga offshore, 110 km west southwest of Minerva Reefs 6.1 511.0 II
21    Nepal, Makwampur district 3.2 A labourer working at a brick factory was killed when bricks fell on him. His son also sustained injuries.[169] 1 1
22[170]  Guatemala offshore, 28 km southwest of Puerto San Jose 6.8 38.1 VII Houses were damaged in Antigua Guatemala. San Marcos department suffered new damage after the 6.9 quake on June 14.[171][172] Four people were injured during this earthquake.[173] 4
24[174]  Peru, 60 km southeast of Coracora 5.8 97.0 IV Some adobe houses collapsed in Caraveli province.[175]
25[176]  Japan, 35 km west of Ina 5.2 10.0 V Two people were injured, some landslides occurred and various houses were slightly damaged.[177] 2
25[178]  Tonga offshore, 198 km west of Pangai 6.0 10.0 IV
28[179]  New Zealand offshore, 117 km south southeast of Raoul Island, Kermadec Islands 6.0 10.0 IV These were aftershocks of the 6.0 quake on June 15.
29[180]  New Zealand offshore, 115 km west northwest of L'Esperance Rock, Kermadec Islands 6.0 392.3 III
30[181]  Ecuador, 35 km north northwest of Bahía de Caráquez 6.0 13.0 VII One house collapsed and minor damage occurred in many areas.[182] Thirteen people were slightly injured.[183] 13

July[edit]

July
Strongest magnitude 7.7 Mw  Russia
Deadliest 6.5 Mw  Philippines
4 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 1
6.0−6.9 9
5.0−5.9 100
4.0−4.9 1109
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[184]  Japan, 22 km east of Chitose 5.3 36.7 VI A woman broke her ribs when she fell during the earthquake.[185] 1
3[186]  Macedonia, 8 km northwest of Jankovec 4.8 10.0 V This quake caused a power outage in Ohrid; some supermarkets and other buildings were slightly damaged as well.[187]
6[188]  United States, Montana, 11 km southeast of Lincoln 5.8 12.2 VII It was the strongest earthquake in Montana since 1975.[189] It caused power outages in Lincoln and at least one gas leak in Helena.[190]
6[191]  Philippines, 2 km north of Masarayao 6.5 9.0 VIII The 2017 Leyte earthquake caused power interruption in Jaro and Tacloban City in Leyte. The quake was felt in places as far apart as Sorsogon in Luzon and Surigao del Norte in Mindanao. In Kananga, a commercial building collapsed, one person died, and 20 were injured. In Ormoc City, three people died and around 100 were injured.[192] 4 120+
10[193]  Philippines, 5 km northwest of San Pedro 5.8 7.1 VII Some damage was caused and five people were injured, two of them by jumping from a hotel's window in Ormoc City. This was an aftershock of the 6.5 quake on July 6.[194] 5
11[195]  New Zealand offshore, 204 km northwest of Auckland Island 6.6 10.0 IV
13[196]  Papua New Guinea, 39 km south southeast of Taron 6.4 34.0 V
14[197]  Indonesia, North Sumatra, 14 km north northwest of Padangsidempuan 4.9 10.0 One person was wounded and dozens of houses were damaged.[198] 1
17[199]  Russia, Kamchatka offshore, 183 km east southeast of Nikol'skoye 6.3 9.0 V This was a foreshock of the 7.7 quake.
17[200]  Russia, Kamchatka offshore, 202 km east southeast of Nikol'skoye 7.7 10.0 VII A tsunami warning was issued, and a slight sea surge was observed in the Aleutian Islands.[201]
18[202]  Peru, 98 km west northwest of Camana 6.4 44.0 VI Roads were blocked by falling rocks in Arequipa region. One truck driver was killed and nine people were injured.[203] 1 9
19[204]  Mauritius offshore, 405 km northwest of Rodrigues Island 6.0 10.0 II
20[205]  Turkey, 11 km east northeast of Kos, Greece 6.6 7.0 VII The 2017 Aegean Sea earthquake killed two people and injured more than 120 others on the Greek island of Kos, while at least 360 injuries were reported in Turkey. A small tsunami caused flooding and some damage along the Greek and Turkish coasts. The quake was felt as far south as Egypt and as far north as Romania.[206][207] 2 481+
23[208]  Iran, 52 km east southeast of Kerman 5.2 10.0 IV Some buildings were damaged and cracks on walls appeared. Power lines were broken in the region.[209]
26[210]  Japan offshore, 176 km south southeast of Naze 6.0 12.0 III
27[211] North Atlantic Ocean, 992 km north northeast of Cayenne, French Guiana 6.0 10.0 I
28[212]  Iran, 12 km southwest of Gamasb 4.7 10.0 VI Some damage was caused to buildings[213] and 15 people were injured.[214] 15
30[215]  Iran, 48 km south of Farsan 5.0 10.0 V This quake damaged rural buildings and cut phone and power lines in Naghan County.[216] 25 people were injured, nine of them seriously.[217] 25

August[edit]

August
Strongest magnitude 6.6 Mw  Ascension Island, United Kingdom
Deadliest 6.5 Mw  China
25 deaths
Total fatalities 31
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 8
5.0−5.9 112
4.0−4.9 853
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[218]  Japan, 5 km west southwest of Kitaibaraki 5.2 8.3 VI A woman fell from her bed and sustained injuries in Chiba.[219] 1
2[220]  Chile, 26 km east northeast of Lampa 5.4 92.0 VI An elderly man died of cardiac arrest in Maipú.[221] 1
5[222]  Philippines, 6 km west northwest of Little Baguio 5.1 20.8 VI Some houses were damaged in Bukidnon. An elderly woman was injured by falling debris.[223] 1
8[224]  China, Sichuan, 36 km west southwest of Yongle, Jiuzhaigou County 6.5 9.0 VII The 2017 Jiuzhaigou earthquake killed 25 people, including numerous tourists, and 525 others were injured, with 45 of them in serious condition. Many houses were damaged and landslides occurred.[225][226] 25 525
8[227]  China, Xinjiang, 108 km south southeast of Dostyk, Kazakhstan 6.3 20.0 VI Due to the 2017 Jinghe earthquake, more than 1,000 houses were damaged, including 142 which collapsed, and 33 people were injured.[228] 33
11[229]  Philippines, 1 km southeast of Tuy 6.2 172.0 IV 2017 Batangas earthquakes: Buildings and schools were evacuated in Manila, where the quake was felt moderately.[230]
11[231]  Peru, 89 km west northwest of Camana 5.6 41.0 IV This earthquake caused landslides in Arequipa region. One driver was killed by falling rocks and two others were injured.[232] 1 2
13[233]  Indonesia, Bengkulu Province, 71 km west of Bengkulu 6.4 31.0 V The quake caused power outages.[234]
18[235] Ascension Island United Kingdom, Ascension Island offshore, 770 km north northeast of Georgetown 6.6 10.0 I
19[236]  Fiji, 254 km southeast of Labasa 6.4 544.0 III
21[237]  Italy, 4 km north northeast of Casamicciola Terme 4.2 2.7 V The 2017 Ischia earthquake caused major damage in Ischia despite its moderate magnitude; several buildings and a church collapsed. Two people died and 42 were injured. Three children were trapped under the rubble.[238] 2 42
22[239]  Philippines, 0 km east northeast of Talisayan 5.0 17.2 V Two people were killed and 56 houses slightly damaged.[240] 2
23[241]  Iraq, 29 km east northeast of Koy Sanjaq 5.1 8.0 VII Damage was caused to buildings in Kurdistan region. 17 people were injured.[242] 17
27[243]  Papua New Guinea offshore, 109 km northeast of Lorengau 6.3 8.0 V
27[244]  Iran, 52 km north of Hashtrud 5.2 17.3 IV Some damage was caused to buildings in Sharabian region. Thirteen people were injured.[245] 13
30[246]  Venezuela, 24 km north northeast of Guatire 4.5 11 IV Two people were injured during panic movements in Caracas.[247] Slight damage was observed in Guatire.[248] 2
31[249]  Indonesia, West Sumatra, 71 km northeast of Muara Siberut 6.3 43.1 V

September[edit]

September
Strongest magnitude 8.2 Mw Mexico Mexico
Deadliest 7.1 Mw Mexico Mexico
370 deaths
Total fatalities 474
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 1
7.0−7.9 1
6.0−6.9 7
5.0−5.9 136
4.0−4.9 1221
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[250]  Haiti, 9 km west southwest of Thomonde 4.3 9.4 IV One person was injured. Six homes and a school suffered damage.[251] 1
4[252] South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands United Kingdom, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 150 km north northeast of Visokoi Island 6.1 25.0 IV
7[253]  Japan offshore, 250 km west northwest of Chichijima 6.1 451.0 II
8[254]  Mexico, Chiapas offshore, 98 km south southwest of Tres Picos 8.2 47.4 IX The 2017 Chiapas earthquake caused widespread damage in southern Mexico, especially in Oaxaca, Chiapas and Tabasco. Many buildings were destroyed. 98 people died (78 in Oaxaca, 16 in Chiapas and 4 in Tabasco) and more than 300 were injured.[255][256] Some damage also occurred in Guatemala, where 4 people were injured.[257] This was the largest earthquake of 2017. 98 304+
14[258]  Peru, 16 km south southwest of Matucana 4.6 10.0 V One person was injured by falling rocks in Matucana.[259] 1
19[260]  Mexico, Puebla, 1 km east of Ayutla 7.1 48.0 VII The 2017 Central Mexico earthquake occurred just two hours after an earthquake drill done yearly on the anniversary of the 1985 Mexico earthquake.[261] Widespread damage was caused in Mexico City, Morelos and Puebla. Many buildings collapsed. 370 people were killed (228 in Mexico City, 74 in Morelos, 46 in Puebla, 15 in Mexico State, 6 in Guerrero and 1 in Oaxaca) and more than 6,000 injured.[262][263][264] 370 6,011
20[265]  New Zealand offshore, 247 km west of Auckland Island 6.1 8.0 III
20[266]  Japan offshore, 280 km east southeast of Kamaishi 6.1 11.0 III
20[267]  Vanuatu, 85 km north northwest of Isangel 6.4 197.0 IV
23[268]  Mexico, Oaxaca, 18 km southeast of Matias Romero 6.1 10.0 VII A bridge collapsed in Oaxaca and some additional damage was caused after the 8.2 quake on September 8. Four people died and seven others were injured.[269][270] Two women also died of a heart attack in Mexico City.[271] 6 7
23[272]  Philippines, 6 km east southeast of Banisilan 5.7 8.2 VII 58 houses were totally destroyed in Bukidnon province. Various schools also suffered damage. 10 people were injured.[273] 10
26[274]  Tonga offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.4 96.0 IV

October[edit]

October
Strongest magnitude 6.8 Mw New Caledonia New Caledonia, France
Deadliest 6.1 Mw  Indonesia
1 death
Total fatalities 1
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 10
5.0−5.9 110
4.0−4.9 911
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

6[275]  Japan offshore, 259 km east southeast of Ishinomaki 6.2 9.0 III
8[276]  Tonga offshore, 156 km northwest of Pangai 6.1 10.0 IV
8[277]  Antarctica offshore, Balleny Islands region 6.2 10.0 I
8[278]  United States, Alaska offshore, 57 km east of Buldir Island 6.5 119.0 V
10[279]  Chile, 36 km south southwest of Putre 6.3 82.4 V Some landslides blocked roads in Arica region. Seven people were injured.[280] 7
10[281]  Norway offshore, Bouvet Island region 6.7 9.0 I
18[282]  Tonga offshore, 104 km south southeast of Pangai 6.1 10.0 IV
24[283]  Indonesia, East Nusa Tenggara, 141 km north northeast of Palu'e 6.7 549.2 III
28[284]  Russia, Arkhangelsk Oblast offshore, 560 km north of Franz Josef Land 5.9 10.0 I It was the most northern earthquake having a magnitude higher than 5.5 Mw ever recorded.[285]
31[286]  New Caledonia offshore, 137 km east of Tadine 6.8 9.1 V This was a foreshock of the 7.0 quake on November 19.
31[287]  Indonesia, Maluku, 39 km west southwest of Hila 6.1 18.5 VI An airport tower and 14 houses suffered damage. One person died of a heart attack.[288] 1

November[edit]

November
Strongest magnitude 7.3 Mw Iran Iran
Deadliest 7.3 Mw Iran Iran
630 deaths
Total fatalities 634
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 2
6.0−6.9 14
5.0−5.9 154
4.0−4.9 1109
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[289]  New Caledonia offshore, 109 km east of Tadine 6.1 10.0 IV These were foreshocks of the 7.0 quake on November 19.
1[290]  New Caledonia offshore, 104 km east of Tadine 6.6 9.9 V
4[291]  Tonga offshore, 86 km northeast of Hihifo 6.8 10.0 V
7[292]  Papua New Guinea, 67 km west southwest of Angoram 6.5 107.4 VI
9[293]  Japan offshore, 165 km east southeast of Hachijō-jima 6.0 20.3 III
11[294] Ascension Island United Kingdom, Ascension Island offshore, 445 km south of Georgetown 6.1 10.0 II
12[295]  Iran, 30 km south of Halabja, Iraq 7.3 19.0 VIII The 2017 Iran–Iraq earthquake killed 630 people (620 in Iran and 10 in Iraq) and injured more than 8,400 others. Widespread damage was caused in Kermanshah and Kurdistan region. Many buildings collapsed.[296][297][298] This was the deadliest earthquake of 2017. 630 8,435
13[299]  Costa Rica, 16 km southeast of Jaco 6.5 19.8 VIII During the 2017 Costa Rica earthquake, buildings and supermarkets suffered damage in Jaco region. Three people died of a heart attack.[300] 3
15[301]  South Korea, 9 km west northwest of Pohang 5.5 10.0 VII During the 2017 Pohang earthquake, strongest earthquake in the country's modern history, 82 people were injured and more than 2,600 buildings were damaged. 82
15[302]  Azerbaijan, 19 km east southeast of Barda 5.2 23.4 VI More than 130 houses suffered damage in Barda raion.[303] One person was injured.[304] 1
17[305]  Ecuador, 26 km south of Durán 5.4 78.1 V Some buildings suffered damage in Guayas. Six people fainted. This earthquake occurred at the time of an earthquake simulation.[306] 6
17[307]  China, Tibet Autonomous Region, 63 km north northwest of Mêdog 6.4 8.0 VII The quake caused power outages and damage in villages near Nyingchi and a road was blocked by a rockslide. Three people were injured.[308] 3
18[309]  Ecuador, 15 km east southeast of Balao 5.5 35.0 V Some structural damage was caused and walls collapsed in Balao.[310]
18[311]  Indonesia, North Maluku, 73 km north northeast of Tobelo 5.9 20.3 VI 294 houses and 12 churches suffered damage on Morotai Island. One person died.[312] 1
19[313]  New Caledonia offshore, 74 km east of Tadine 6.4 25.3 V These were foreshocks of the 7.0 quake.
19[314]  New Caledonia offshore, 68 km east of Tadine 6.6 14.2 VI
19[315]  New Caledonia offshore, 86 km east northeast of Tadine 7.0 10.0 VI A tsunami warning was issued for New Caledonia, with waves of 0.37 m reported in the Ouinné River.[316]
20[317]  New Caledonia offshore, 97 km east of Tadine 6.0 10.0 IV This was an aftershock of the 7.0 quake.
20[318]  Tonga offshore, 125 km north northeast of Niuafoʻou 6.0 6.0 IV
23[319]  China, Chongqing, 78 km east southeast of Fuling 5.1 10.0 IV Around 1,000 homes were damaged, and eight people were injured in Wulong County.[320] 8
23[321]  Iran, 13 km south southwest of Borujerd 4.4 10.0 V 36 people were injured in a panic.[322] 36
27[323]  Papua New Guinea, 25 km southeast of Taron 6.0 57.8 IV
30[324]  Brasil offshore, 700 km east southeast of Saint Peter and Saint Paul Archipelago 6.5 10.0 I
30[325]  Democratic Republic of Congo, 20 km southwest of Bukavu 5.0 10.0 III Houses suffered damage in Walungu, and some collapsed.[326]

December[edit]

December
Strongest magnitude 6.5 Mw Norway Bouvet Island, Norway
6.5 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
Deadliest 6.5 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
4 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 10
5.0−5.9 100
4.0−4.9 732
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[327]  Iran, 55 km north northeast of Kerman 6.1 9.0 VII Damage has been reported in several villages.[328] 51 people were injured.[329] 51
1[330]  Papua New Guinea, 60 km north northwest of Finschhafen 6.0 39.5 V
3[331]  Ecuador, 16 km northeast of Bahía de Caráquez 6.2 16.0 VII Light damage (cracks on walls and power outages) was caused in Manabi province.[332] Two people were injured.[333] 2
5[334]  Iran, 122 km south southwest of Firuzabad 4.9 41.1 II Some buildings were damaged and 11 people injured.[335] 11
5[336]  Iran, 7 km west of Langerud 4.8 10.0 V Partial damage to residential units was caused in Gilan province. Thirty people were injured.[337] 30
5[338]  Indonesia, Bengkulu Province, 54 km northwest of Curup 5.1 41.1 V 233 houses were damaged and 42 totally destroyed in Bengkulu Province. A nine-year-old boy was injured by a falling wall.[339] 1
8[340]  Micronesia offshore, 50 km northwest of Fais 6.4 12.8 V
8[341]  Micronesia offshore, 50 km west northwest of Fais 6.4 20.3 VI These were aftershocks of the 6.4 quake.
9[342]  Micronesia offshore, 49 km northwest of Fais 6.1 10.0 V
11[343]  Iraq, 25 km west southwest of Halabjah 5.4 10.0 VI Several houses collapsed in Sulaimani province and 50 people were hospitalized, nine of them with injuries. This was an aftershock of the 7.3 quake on November 12.[344] 50
12[345]  Iran, 51 km north northeast of Kerman 6.0 10.0 VII Some damage was caused and at least 29 people were injured. This was an aftershock of the 6.1 quake on December 1.[346][347] 29
12[348]  Iran, 64 km north northeast of Kerman 6.0 8.0 VII Additional damage occurred and 58 people were injured. This was an aftershock of the 6.1 quake on December 1.[349] 58
13[350]  Norway offshore, 82 km west northwest of Bouvet Island 6.5 10.0 V
15[351]  Indonesia, West Java, Cipatujah 6.5 91.9 VI During the 2017 Java earthquake, four people were killed and 36 others injured. 2935 houses and buildings collapsed or suffered damage in West and Central Java.[352] 4 36
20[353]  Iran, 2 km west southwest of Malard 4.9 10.0 VI The quake caused power outages and disruptions to communications and the internet in some towns in Tehran Province. Buildings in the village of Akhtar Abad sustained damage. Two people died and 97 others were injured.[354][355] 2 97
21[356]  Iran, 51 km west northwest of Ravar 5.2 10.0 III 300 houses were destroyed and 42 people slightly injured.[357] This was an aftershock of the 6.1 quake on December 1. 42
26[358]  Iran, 7 km west southwest of Malard 4.0 10.0 IV One person died of a heart attack and 75 others were injured during panic movements. It was an aftershock of the 4.9 quake on December 20.[359] 1 75

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