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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2018
Strongest magnitude 8.2 Mw Fiji Fiji
Deadliest 7.5 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
2,100 deaths
Total fatalities 2,991
Number by magnitude
9.0+ 0
8.0−8.9 1
7.0−7.9 11
6.0−6.9 87
5.0−5.9 1,293
4.0−4.9 9,261
← 2017

This is a list of earthquakes in 2018. Only earthquakes of magnitude 6 or above are included, unless they result in damage and/or casualties, or are notable for other reasons. 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.

Compared to other years[edit]

Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2008–2018[1][2]
Magnitude 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
8.0–9.9 0 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1
7.0–7.9 12 16 21 19 15 17 11 18 16 6 11
6.0–6.9 168 144 151 204 129 125 140 124 128 106 87
5.0–5.9 1,768 1,896 1,963 2,271 1,412 1,402 1,475 1,413 1,502 1,451 1,293
4.0–4.9 12,292 6,805 10,164 13,303 10,990 9,795 13,494 13,239 12,771 11,296 9,261
Total 14,240 8,862 12,300 15,798 12,548 11,341 15,121 14,795 14,420 12,860 10,653

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 2,100 7.5 Indonesia Indonesia IX (Violent) 10.0 September 28
2 513 6.9 Indonesia Indonesia VIII (Severe) 31.0 August 5
3 160 7.5 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea IX (Violent) 25.4 February 25
4 41 6.6 Japan Japan IX (Violent) 35.0 September 5
5 25 6.7 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea VII (Very strong) 10.0 March 6
6 20 6.4 Indonesia Indonesia VII (Very strong) 14.0 July 28
7 18 5.9 Haiti Haiti V (Moderate) 24.0 October 7
8 17 6.4 Taiwan Taiwan VIII (Severe) 17.0 February 6
9 14 7.2 Mexico Mexico VII (Very strong) 22.0 February 16
9 14 6.9 Indonesia Indonesia VII (Very strong) 25.6 August 19
11 11 6.0 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea VII (Very strong) 10.0 March 4

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 8.2 0 Fiji Fiji V (Moderate) 600.0 August 18
2 7.9 0 United States United States V (Moderate) 14.1 January 23
2 7.9 0 Fiji Fiji IV (Light) 670.6 September 6
4 7.5 2,100 Indonesia Indonesia IX (Violent) 10.0 September 28
4 7.5 0 Honduras Honduras VII (Very strong) 19.0 January 10
4 7.5 160 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea IX (Violent) 25.4 February 25
7 7.3 5 Venezuela Venezuela VII (Very strong) 154.3 August 21
8 7.2 14 Mexico Mexico VII (Very strong) 22.0 February 16
9 7.1 0 New Caledonia New Caledonia V (Moderate) 26.7 August 29
9 7.1 2 Peru Peru VI (Strong) 39.0 January 14
9 7.1 0 Peru Peru III (Weak) 609.5 August 24
12 7.0 0 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea VII (Very strong) 40.3 October 10

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By month[edit]

January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude 7.9 Mw  United States
Deadliest 7.1 Mw Peru Peru
2 deaths
5.9 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
2 deaths
6.1 Mw  Afghanistan
2 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 3
6.0−6.9 8
5.0−5.9 118
4.0−4.9 1,076
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[4]  Algeria, 13 km southwest of El Affroun 4.7 9.3 V Some damage occurred in Blida and Tipaza wilayas. Two people were injured.[5] - 2
4[6]  Montenegro, 33 km west of Peje, Kosovo 5.1 10.0 IV Light damage to houses was caused, including cracks in walls and fallen chimneys.[7] - -
6[8]  Iran, 21 km north northwest of Sarpol-e Zahab 5.0 10.0 VII 51 people were injured, and additional damage was caused in Sarpol-e Zahab. It was an aftershock of the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake.[9] - 51
10[10]  Honduras offshore, 44 km east of Great Swan Island 7.5 19.0 VII See main article: 2018 Swan Islands earthquake - -
11[11]  Iran, 18 km east of Mandali, Iraq 5.5 10.0 VII Some old houses were destroyed and 5 people injured. It was an aftershock of the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake.[12] - 5
11[13]  Myanmar, 40 km west southwest of Pyu 6.0 9.0 VII - - -
14[14]  Peru, 38 km south southwest of Acarí 7.1 39.0 VI During the 2018 Peru earthquake, more than 170 adobe houses collapsed in Arequipa region, and roads were blocked by landslides. Two people died and 139 others were injured.[15] 2 139
19[16]  Mexico offshore, 78 km north northeast of Loreto, Baja California Sur 6.3 10.0 V Slight damage was caused to some buildings, such as cracks on walls and broken windows.[17] - -
21[18]  Chile, 76 km south of Putre 6.3 116.0 V - - -
23[19]  Indonesia, Banten, 40 km south of Binuangeun 5.9 48.2 V The 2018 Java earthquake damaged hundreds of houses and injured at least eight students, six of them seriously when the roof of their high school collapsed in Cianjur.[20] Two people died of heart attacks in Lebak and Sukabumi and 41 others were injured.[21][22] 2 41
23[23]  United States, Alaska offshore, 280 km southeast of Kodiak 7.9 14.1 V Slight damage was reported in Kodiak, and a tsunami-wave of 15 cm was observed.[24] - -
24[25]  Japan offshore, 92 km east southeast of Misawa 6.3 31.0 V - - -
25[26]  Russia, Kamchatka, 48 km northeast of Nikolskoye 6.2 11.2 VI - - -
26[27]  Papua New Guinea, 189 km north of Madang 6.3 10.0 IV - - -
28[28]  Norway, Bouvet Island offshore 6.6 10.0 I - - -
31[29]  Afghanistan, 37 km south of Jarm 6.2 193.7 IV Some houses were damaged in Afghanistan and Pakistan. One girl was killed and 10 others were injured in Pakistan. Tremors were felt as far away as New Delhi and Islamabad.[30] In Swat Valley, a visitor in a local hotel passed away as a result of a heart attack due to jolts in the building.[31] 2 22
31[32]  Ecuador, 27 km east southeast of Palora 5.2 18.7 IV A 12-year-old girl died when a wall collapsed on her in Huamboya.[33] 1 -

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude 7.5 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Deadliest 7.5 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
160 deaths
Total fatalities 192
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 2
6.0−6.9 9
5.0−5.9 145
4.0−4.9 922
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[34]  Fiji offshore, 256 km south southeast of Sigave, Wallis and Futuna, France 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
4[35]  Taiwan, 22 km north northeast of Hualien 6.1 12.0 V It was a foreshock of the 6.4 quake on February 6. - -
6[36]  Taiwan, 18 km north northeast of Hualien 6.4 17.0 VIII The 2018 Hualien earthquake struck near Hualien. 17 people died, including tourists, and more than 270 were injured. Several buildings collapsed, including a hotel, as well as many bridges.[37] 17 277
8[38]  Indonesia, Aceh, 51 km south of Reuleuet 5.3 10.0 VII Some houses and other buildings suffered damage such as cracked walls and fallen concrete.[39] - -
9[40]  Fiji offshore, 263 km southeast of Lambasa 6.0 556.9 II - - -
10[41]  South Korea, 4 km southwest of Heung-Hai 4.7 10.0 VII Around 413 houses were damaged in Pohang district and 40 people were injured.[42] - 40
11[43]  Northern Mariana Islands offshore, 138 km east southeast of Rota 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
16[44]  Mexico, 3 km south of San Pedro Jicayan 7.2 22.0 VII The 2018 Oaxaca earthquake struck Oaxaca state. Dozens of houses were damaged and two people were injured.[45] A helicopter also crashed during rescue operations, killing 14 people and injuring 15 others.[46] 14 17
17[47]  United Kingdom, Wales, 5 km northeast of Clydach 4.3 11.6 V Several buildings were damaged in Bristol during the quake. No injuries were reported.[48] - -
25[49]  Papua New Guinea, 83 km southwest of Porgera 7.5 25.2 IX The 2018 Papua New Guinea earthquake destroyed thousands of properties in Hela and Southern Highlands; it also caused massive landslides and power outages. 160 people were killed and more than 500 injured,[50][51] while some buildings suffered damage in Papua province, Indonesia.[52] 160 500+
26[53]  Indonesia, Maluku, 44 km northeast of Airbuaya 6.1 9.0 V - - -
26[54]  Papua New Guinea, 56 km southwest of Mendi 6.3 19.0 VII This was an aftershock of the 7.5 quake on February 25. - -
27[55]  Australia offshore, west of Macquarie Island 6.1 10.0 I - -
28[56]  Papua New Guinea, 112 km southwest of Porgera 6.1 16.0 VI This was an aftershock of the 7.5 quake on February 25. One person was buried by a landslide in Komo.[57] 1 -

March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude 6.9 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
Deadliest 6.7 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
25 deaths
Total fatalities 36
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 8
5.0−5.9 133
4.0−4.9 953
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[58]  Papua New Guinea, 116 km southwest of Porgera 6.0 10.0 VII This was an aftershock of the 7.5 quake on February 25. 11 people were killed after a landslide buried the small village of Huya.[59] 11 -
5[60]  United States, Oklahoma, 15 km east northeast of Enid 4.2 1.9 V One house in Breckenridge was badly damaged and others suffered structural damage. Cracks in walls and broken windows occurred as well.[61] - -
6[62]  Papua New Guinea, 113 km southwest of Porgera 6.7 20.5 VII This was an aftershock of the 7.5 quake on February 25. 25 people were killed by further mudslides.[63] 25 -
7[64]  Iran, 110 km north northeast of Minab 5.2 35.2 Some buildings were damaged and 6 people injured, one of them seriously.[65] - 6
8[66]  Mozambique, 25 km northeast of Nsanje, Malawi 5.5 17.0 V Various schools were damaged in Zambezia province, and two pupils were injured.[67] Some damage was also reported in neighbouring Malawi.[68] - 2
8[69]  Papua New Guinea, 21 km east northeast of Taron 6.8 22.9 VII - - -
14[70]  Namibia, 65 km north northwest of Khorixas 4.8 11.3 III Various homes were damaged, and a school was evacuated after suffering serious damage in Kunene.[71] - -
24[72]  Papua New Guinea, 150 km east of Kimbe 6.3 33.0 VI It was a foreshock of the 6.9 quake on March 29. - -
24[73] Southeast Indian Ridge 6.0 10.0 I - - -
25[74]  Indonesia offshore, 220 km northwest of Saumlaki 6.4 169.0 IV - - -
26[75]  Papua New Guinea, 139 km east of Kimbe 6.7 40.0 VII It was a foreshock of the 6.9 quake on March 29. - -
29[76]  Papua New Guinea, 150 km east of Kimbe 6.9 35.0 VII - - -

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude 6.8 Mw Bolivia Bolivia
Deadliest 6.3 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
4 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 7
5.0−5.9 90
4.0−4.9 917
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[77]  Iran, 9 km west of Sarpol-e Zahab 5.3 10.0 VI 54 people were injured by falling items. It was an aftershock of the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake.[78] - 54
2[79]  Tonga offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.1 92.0 III - - -
2[80]  Bolivia, 11 km north northeast of Carandayti 6.8 559.0 III - - -
5[81]  United States, California offshore, 29 km southwest of Santa Cruz Island 5.3 9.9 V Slight damage was caused on Santa Cruz island, where a ranch was damaged.[82] - -
5[83]  Philippines offshore, 43 km east southeast of Tarragona 6.0 34.0 IV - - -
7[84]  Papua New Guinea, 84 km west southwest of Porgera 6.3 18.1 VI It was an aftershock of the 7.5 quake on February 25. Further damage was caused, and four people were killed when houses collapsed in Tari.[85] 4 -
8[86]  Japan, 9 km north northeast of Ōda 5.7 10.3 VI Roads and some buildings were damaged in the hardest-hit Oda. Eight people were wounded.[87] - 8
10[88]  Italy, 5 km south southwest of Camerino 4.7 5.0 V Some damage was caused, and a bell tower fell in Muccia. Schools in the region were also closed.[89] - -
10[90]  Chile, 56 km south southwest of Ovalle 6.2 66.0 VI Cracks in walls appeared on some buildings in Combarbalá and rockfalls occurred in the region.[91] - -
10[92]  India, 14 km southwest of Singrauli 4.6 10.0 VI Three houses were damaged and one girl was injured in Singrauli.[93] - 1
15[94]  Indonesia offshore, 88 km northwest of Kota Ternate 6.0 34.0 IV - - -
18[95]  Indonesia, Central Java, 23 km south southeast of Buaran 4.6 2.9 More than 300 houses were damaged in Central Java despite the moderate magnitude. Three people were killed by collapsing buildings and 21 others injured.[96] 3 21
19[97]  South Africa offshore, Prince Edward Islands region 6.0 10.0 I - - -
24[98]  Turkey, 4 km northeast of Samsat 5.2 10.0 VII Serious damage was caused to buildings in Samsat and some collapsed, including a mosque. At least 39 people were injured.[99] - 39
27[100]  Venezuela, 4 km northwest of San Diego 4.7 10.0 V Slight damage was caused in Carabobo, including cracks in walls and broken windows. Objects fell in supermarkets and some landslides occurred.[101] - -

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude 6.9 Mw United States United States
Deadliest 2.2 Mw South Africa South Africa 7 deaths
Total fatalities 12
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 6
5.0−5.9 139
4.0−4.9 932
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[102]  Iran, 11 km west northwest of Yasuj 5.3 8.0 VI Power and communication lines were disrupted, and 105 people were injured, 32 of them seriously. Some buildings sustained damage.[103] - 105
2[104]  Chile offshore, Easter Island region 6.0 10.0 III - -
3[105]  South Africa, Johannesburg region 2.2 This small earthquake caused a cave-in in a Stillwater mine. Seven miners died (three of them in the hospital) and six others were injured. 7 6
4[106]  United States, Hawaii, 19 km south southwest of Leilani Estates, Big Island 6.9 2.1 VIII 2018 Hawaii earthquake: biggest earthquake to hit the area since 1975. The quake damaged many buildings, caused landslides, and damaged a road, causing it to be shut down. A major eruption of Kīlauea occurred at the same time.[107] - -
5[108]  Philippines offshore, 64 km north northwest of Pandan 6.1 18.0 IV - - -
5[109]  Poland, 2 km south of Bełk 4.1 10.0 IV This earthquake caused a mine collapse in Borynia-Zofiowka-Jastrzebie coal mine. Five miners were killed and two others injured.[110] 5 2
6[111]  El Salvador, 12 km south southwest of Intipuca 5.4 10.0 IV 11 houses were destroyed and more than 180 damaged. Some landslides also occurred. A 3-year-old girl was injured by a falling wall in La Unión. The quake was the strongest of an earthquake swarm.[112][113] - 1
6[114]  Iran, 11 km west northwest of Yasuj 5.3 10.0 VI 82 people were injured in a panic, 11 of whom were hospitalized. It was an aftershock of the 5.3 quake on May 2.[115] - 82
9[116]  Pakistan, 29 km north northwest of Bannu 5.2 19.4 V Nine children were injured after jumping from the third floor of a building in a panic.[117] - 9
9[118]  Papua New Guinea, 177 km south southwest of Kokopo 6.0 9.0 IV - - -
9[119]  Afghanistan, 36 km northwest of Ishkashim, Tajikistan 6.2 116.0 IV Two small children were injured when their home collapsed.[120] - 2
15[121]  France, Mayotte offshore, 33 km east of Pamandzi 5.9 17.0 V It was the strongest earthquake ever recorded in Mayotte. Three people were slightly injured.[122] - 3
18[123]  New Zealand offshore, south of the Kermadec Islands 6.1 11.0 II - - -
22[124]  Ecuador, 26 km northwest of Cotacachi 5.0 35.1 IV Six students were slightly injured and/or fainted in a panic. Various buildings and a hospital also suffered some damage in Cotacachi.[125] - 6
27[126]  China, 14 km west northwest of Fuyu 5.3 10.0 V 1,500 homes were damaged in Yamutu village, but no injuries were reported.[127] - -

June[edit]

June
Strongest magnitude 6.1 Mw Vanuatu Vanuatu
Deadliest 5.5 Mw Japan Japan
4 deaths
Total fatalities 7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 1
5.0−5.9 123
4.0−4.9 932
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[128]  France, Mayotte offshore, 36 km east southeast of Pamandzi 4.7 10.0 V This quake was the strongest of an earthquake swarm with at least 36 quakes throughout the whole day. Six people were injured.[129] - 6
5[130]  Azerbaijan, 12 km west northwest of Cinarli 5.3 22.6 VII Homes were damaged and social facilities disrupted. One person died and 31 others were taken to the hospital.[131] 1 31
11[132]  India, 22 km east southeast of Dhing 4.9 10.0 V A school collapsed in Mangaldai, and two students were injured in a classroom.[133] - 2
12[134]  Colombia, 16 km east southeast of Tangua 4.9 10.0 VI More than 100 houses were severely damaged near the epicenter in Nariño department. Two people were killed in Pasto, crushed by their house, and 7 others injured.[135][136] 2 7
13[137]  Indonesia, Java, 17 km northeast of Sumenep 4.8 12.0 Dozens of houses and two mosques were damaged in Sumenep. Six people were injured.[138] - 6
17[139]  Japan, 2 km north northwest of Hirakata, Osaka 5.5 13.2 VIII The 2018 Osaka earthquake destroyed several buildings and temples in the region, caused power failures, and damaged roads badly. Four people were killed and more than 400 others injured.[140][141] 4 417
21[142]  Vanuatu, 28 km west southwest of Port-Vila 6.1 28.0 VI Slight damage was caused to stores in Port-Vila.[143] - -
26[144]  Iran, 34 km northeast of Sarpol-e Zahab 4.7 10.2 II Twelve people were treated for their injuries. It was an aftershock of the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake.[145] - 12

July[edit]

July
Strongest magnitude 6.4 Mw Vanuatu Vanuatu
6.4 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
Deadliest 6.4 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
20 deaths
Total fatalities 21
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 0
6.0−6.9 10
5.0−5.9 127
4.0−4.9 959
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

6[146]  Russia, Kamchatka, 91 km east of Ozernovskiy 6.1 45.0 V - - -
7[147]  New Zealand offshore, 124 km northeast of L'Esperance Rock, Kermadec Islands 6.0 35.0 III - - -
13[148]  Vanuatu, 72 km north northwest of Isangel 6.4 167.0 IV - - -
15[149]  Yemen offshore, 159 km south southeast of Sayhut 6.0 10.0 IV These two quakes of a similar size in the same place on the same day can be considered a doublet earthquake. - -
15[150]  Yemen offshore, 137 km south southeast of Sayhut 6.0 10.0 IV These two quakes of a similar size in the same place on the same day can be considered a doublet earthquake. - -
17[151]  Solomon Islands, 116 km southeast of Lata, Santa Cruz Islands 6.0 38.0 V - - -
17[152]  Iran, 29 km west northwest of Bojnurd 4.9 10.0 Some residential buildings were damaged, and two people were wounded while fleeing in a panic.[153] - 2
19[154]  Colombia, 21 km east of Colombia 5.1 47.7 VII Light damage was caused in Bogotá, where some houses collapsed. 21 people were left homeless.[155] - -
19[156]  Papua New Guinea, 91 km west of Kandrian 6.0 29.6 V - - -
21[157]  Indonesia, Sumatra, 8 km south of Sirukam 5.2 10.0 II More than 10 houses were damaged in Batang Barus district. One person was killed by a falling wall, and two others were injured.[158] 1 2
22[159]  Iran, 35 km northeast of Sarpol-e Zahab 5.8 12.0 VII Some houses suffered damage, and nearly 300 people were injured, eight of them seriously. It was an aftershock of the 2017 Kermanshah earthquake.[160] - 287
22[161]  Iran, 36 km east northeast of Kerman 5.6 10.0 VI At least 95 people were injured during this earthquake, and seven were taken to hospitals.[162] - 95
23[163] Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.0 10.0 I - - -
28[164]  Indonesia offshore, 149 km north of Palue 6.0 577.5 II - - -
28[165]  Indonesia, Lombok, 5 km west northwest of Obelobel 6.4 14.0 VII During the July 2018 Lombok earthquake, 20 people were killed and more than 400 others injured. Hundreds of buildings were damaged on Lombok Island and electricity was cut off. The earthquake was also felt in Bali.[166][167] It was a foreshock of the 6.9 quake on August 5. 20 401

August[edit]

August
Strongest magnitude 8.2 Mw Fiji Fiji
Deadliest 6.9 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
513 deaths
Total fatalities 543
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 1
7.0−7.9 3
6.0−6.9 18
5.0−5.9 175
4.0−4.9 1.358
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

5[168]  Indonesia, Lombok, 0 km southwest of Loloan 6.9 31.0 VIII During the 5 August 2018 Lombok earthquake, major additional damage was caused in the aftermath of the 6.4 jolt on July 28, with numerous buildings collapsing. A total blackout occurred on Lombok Island and some damage was reported on neighboring Bali. 513 people were killed, including two in Bali, and more than one thousand injured.[169] 513 1,353
9[170]  Indonesia, Lombok, 3 km southeast of Todo 5.9 10.0 VII It was an aftershock of the 5 August 2018 Lombok earthquake. Some buildings collapsed, killing six people and injuring 24 others. Landslides also occurred.[171] 6 24
11[172]  Albania, 10 km east of Burrel 5.1 10.0 V 67 houses were damaged in Dibër County.[173] - -
12[174]  United States, Alaska, 90 km southwest of Kaktovik 6.3 2.2 VII Strongest earthquake ever to hit the Alaska North Slope.[175] - -
12[176]  United States, Alaska, 65 km south southwest of Kaktovik 6.1 1.7 VII It was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake earlier that day. - -
12[177]  China, 8 km east southeast of Xiaojiezi 5.0 10.0 IV Over 6,000 homes were damaged in the city of Yuxi, and 24 people were treated for their injuries.[178] - 24
14[179]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, 126 km northeast of Bristol Island 6.1 35.0 IV - - -
15[180]  United States, Alaska, Aleutian Islands, 50 km south of Tanaga Volcano 6.6 20.0 VI - - -
16[181]  Italy, 5 km southeast of Palata 5.3 11.8 VI Some damage was reported near the epicenter, including cracks in walls and fallen chimneys. One woman suffered a head injury caused by falling bricks.[182] - 1
16[183]  Japan, Volcano Islands, 250 km southeast of Iwo Jima 6.3 20.0 III - - -
17[184]  Indonesia, Flores Sea, 109 km north northwest of Kampungbajo 6.5 538.7 III - - -
17[185]  Costa Rica, 14 km north of Golfito 6.1 15.0 VI In places, power was knocked out and power poles were toppled.[186] - -
19[187]  Fiji, 280 km north northeast of Ndoi Island 8.2 600.0 V This is currently the largest earthquake in 2018, and the biggest ever recorded in Fiji.[188] Because of its depth, no damage was reported, but small tsunami waves were observed.[189] - -
19[190]  Fiji, 259 km north northeast of Ndoi Island 6.3 561.1 II It was an aftershock of the 8.2 quake earlier that day. - -
19[191]  Indonesia, Lombok, 6 km northeast of Sembalunlawang 6.3 7.9 VII It was an aftershock of the 5 August 2018 Lombok earthquake. More buildings were damaged in East Lombok and landslides occurred on Mount Rinjani. Two people died of heart attacks and three were injured.[192][193] 2 3
19[194]  Fiji, 282 km east southeast of Lambasa 6.8 422.9 III It was an aftershock of the 8.2 quake earlier that day. - -
19[195]  Indonesia, Lombok, 2 km south of Belanting 6.9 25.6 VII The 19 August 2018 Lombok earthquake was caused by a new but related fault. Buildings already damaged by the mainshock on August 5 collapsed and more buildings were damaged. At least 14 people were killed and 24 others injured.[196] 14 24
21[197]  Venezuela, 30 km northeast of Río Caribe 7.3 154.3 VII The 2018 Venezuela earthquake was one of the largest earthquakes ever to strike Venezuela; it was felt as far away as Bogotá, Colombia and Paramaribo, Suriname. In Caracas, people were evacuated from buildings.[198] Some damage was caused in Sucre and the neighbouring country of Trinidad and Tobago.[199] Five people died of heart attacks.[200] 5 -
21[201]  Vanuatu, 78 km northeast of Lakatoro 6.5 13.4 VII Many buildings were damaged on Pentecost island. One woman was injured after suffering a bad fall during the quake.[202] - 1
22[203]  United States, Oregon offshore, 265 km west northwest of Bandon 6.2 10.0 IV - - -
23[204]  United States, Alaska, Aleutian Islands, 45 km south southeast of Tanaga Volcano 6.3 43.9 VI It was an aftershock of the 6.6 quake on August 15. - -
24[205]  Peru, 138 km west northwest of Iberia 7.1 609.5 III Felt in western Brazil, many areas of Peru and Bolivia, and northern Chile.[206] - -
25[207]  Iran, 26 km southwest of Javanrud 6.0 10.0 VII Damage was caused in Kermanshah region. Three people were killed and more than 200 others injured.[208] 3 243
28[209]  Indonesia offshore, 99 km southeast of Kupang 6.2 8.6 IV - - -
28[210]  Northern Mariana Islands offshore, 136 km east northeast of Anatahan 6.4 59.9 IV - - -
29[211]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 209 km west of Ile Hunter 7.1 26.7 V Small tsunami waves were observed in the Loyalty Islands.[212] - -

September[edit]

September
Strongest magnitude 7.9 Mw Fiji Fiji
Deadliest 7.5 Mw Indonesia Indonesia
2,100 deaths
Total fatalities 2,144
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 2
6.0−6.9 10
5.0−5.9 171
4.0−4.9 821
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[213]  Russia, 15 km west northwest of Katav-Ivanovsk 5.4 10.0 III Various buildings sustained damage in Chelyabinsk region. Schools were closed and social facilities disrupted.[214] - -
5[215]  Japan, Hokkaido, 27 km east of Tomakomai 6.6 35.0 IX During the 2018 Iburi earthquake, many buildings collapsed near the epicenter, and landslides buried houses in the city of Atsuma. 41 people died, and about 680 were injured. The earthquake triggered a massive blackout throughout the island of Hokkaido.[216] 41 680
6[217]  Fiji, 102 km east southeast of Suva 7.9 670.7 IV - - -
7[218]  Ecuador, 17 km south southwest of Alausi 6.2 93.5 V Some structural damage was caused to buildings and power was cut. Two people were injured.[219] - 2
7[220]  Iran, 126 km southeast of Bam 5.5 10.0 VII Houses were damaged in several villages. One person was killed and two injured.[221][222] 1 2
8[223]  China, 18 km west southwest of Lianzhu 5.6 10.0 VI More than 29,000 houses and 34 schools were damaged in Yunnan province, as well as roads and bridges. 28 people were injured, and 5,000 others relocated.[224] - 28
8[225]  Philippines, 9 km west northwest of Manay 6.1 10.0 VI Several houses were damaged in Manay.[226] - -
9[227]  Solomon Islands, 65 km northwest of Kirakira 6.5 64.5 VI - - -
10[228]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 61 km southwest of L'Esperance Rock 6.9 111.1 III - - -
10[229]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 205 km west of Ile Hunter 6.3 12.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 7.1 quake on August 29. - -
12[230]  India, 7 km northeast of Sapatgram 5.3 10.0 VI One person died and 25 others were injured while getting down from several buildings in Uttara.[231][232] 1 25
16[233]  Tonga offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.5 570.0 I - - -
18[234] Southwest Indian Ridge 6.0 10.0 I - - -
28[235]  Indonesia, Sulawesi, 55 km north northwest of Palu 6.1 18.1 VII One person died and 10 people were injured. It was a foreshock of the 7.5 quake 3 hours later. A tsunami warning was initially issued, but lifted within an hour.[236] 1 10
28[237]  Indonesia, Sulawesi, 78 km north of Palu 7.5 10.0 IX During the 2018 Sulawesi earthquake and tsunami, the Indonesian Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics (BMKG) confirmed that a tsunami occurred, with a height of around 5 to 7 metres (16 to 23 ft), striking the settlements of Palu, Donggala and Mamuju. The earthquake also caused many buildings to collapse, including hotels, and liquefaction was observed. At least 2,100 people were confirmed killed, with thousands more missing.[238] This is currently the deadliest earthquake in 2018. 2,100 10,679
30[239]  Fiji offshore, 260 km north northeast of Ndoi Island 6.6 551.2 III It was an aftershock of the 8.2 quake on August 19. - -

October[edit]

October
Strongest magnitude 7.0 Mw  Papua New Guinea
Deadliest 5.9 Mw Haiti Haiti
18 deaths
Total fatalities 22
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.9 0
7.0−7.9 1
6.0−6.9 7
5.0−5.9 74
4.0−4.9 250
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[240]  Indonesia offshore, 33 km south of Nggongi Satu 6.0 29.0 V - - -
6[241]  Italy, Sicily, 2 km north northwest of Misterbianco 4.6 7.7 IV Buildings and roads were damaged near the epicenter. Around 40 people sustained injuries.[242] - 40
7[243]  Haiti, 19 km northwest of Port-de-Paix 5.9 24.0 V During the 2018 Haiti earthquake, serious damage was caused in northern parts of the island, where buildings collapsed, especially in Port-de-Paix. The earthquake killed 18 people and injured more than four hundred. Shaking was felt as far away as Port-au-Prince.[244] 18 580
9[245]  Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 138 km south of Severo-Kuril'sk 6.0 42.0 IV It was a foreshock of the 6.5 quake on October 10. - -
10[246]  Indonesia, Java offshore, 40 km north northeast of Sumberanyar 6.0 10.4 V Some buildings collapsed on the island of Madura. Four people died, trapped in the rubble, and 36 others suffered injuries.[247] 4 36
10[248]  Papua New Guinea, 132 km east of Kimbe 6.1 51.7 V It was a foreshock of the 7.0 quake less than 3 minutes later. - -
10[249]  Papua New Guinea, 124 km east of Kimbe 7.0 39.5 VII - - -
10[250]  Papua New Guinea, 94 km southwest of Kokopo 6.2 124.3 V It was an aftershock of the 7.0 quake earlier that day. - -
10[251]  Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 151 km south of Severo-Kuril'sk 6.5 17.5 IV - - -
13[252]  Russia, Kamchatka offshore, 262 km northwest of Ozernovskiy 6.7 470.1 III - - -
16[253]  New Caledonia offshore, 170 km east southeast of Tadine 6.3 10.0 IV It was a foreshock of the 6.4 quake later that day. - -
16[254]  New Caledonia offshore, 167 km east of Tadine 6.4 10.0 IV - - -

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