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List of earthquakes in 2019
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List of earthquakes in 2019
List of earthquakes in 2019
List of earthquakes in 2019
List of earthquakes in 2019
Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2019
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea
7.5 Mw Ecuador Ecuador
Deadliest6.1 Mw Philippines Philippines
18 deaths
Total fatalities37
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.94
6.0−6.952
5.0−5.9581
4.0−4.94,297
← 2018

This is a list of earthquakes in 2019. 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 Modified Mercalli intensity scale and are sourced from United States Geological Survey (USGS) ShakeMap data.

Compared to other years[edit]

Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2009–2019[1][2]
Magnitude 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019
8.0–9.9 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 0
7.0–7.9 16 21 19 15 17 11 18 17 7 16 4
6.0–6.9 144 151 204 129 125 140 124 128 106 117 51
5.0–5.9 1,896 1,963 2,271 1,412 1,402 1,475 1,413 1,502 1,451 1,674 581
4.0–4.9 6,805 10,164 13,303 10,990 9,795 13,494 13,239 12,771 11,296 12,760 4,297
Total 8,862 12,300 15,798 12,548 11,341 15,121 14,795 14,420 12,860 14,568 4,933

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 18 6.1 Philippines Philippines, Central Luzon VII (Very strong) 20.0 April 22

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 7.5 0  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain offshore VII (Very strong) 10.0 May 14
2 7.5 1  Ecuador, Pastaza VII (Very strong) 128.9 February 22
3 7.1 0  Papua New Guinea VII (Very strong) 146.0 May 6
4 7.0 1  Peru, Puno IV (Light) 257.4 March 1

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By month[edit]

January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw  Brazil
Deadliest6.7 Mw  Chile
2 deaths
Total fatalities5
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.913
5.0−5.9140
4.0−4.9874
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[4]  China, Sichuan, 33 km west southwest of Zhongcheng 4.8 10.0 II Some houses were destroyed in Gongxian county. One person was slightly injured.[5] - 1
3[6]  Japan, Kyushu, 2 km northeast of Ōmuta 4.7 10.0 IV Light damage was reported in Nagomi, and an elderly woman sustained minor injuries in Mashiki. Both locations are in the Kumamoto prefecture.[7] - 1
5[8]  Brazil, Acre, 90 km west of Tarauacá 6.8 570.4 III - - -
6[9]  Iran, Kermanshah, 41 km south southwest of Sarpol-e Zahab 5.6 14.0 VII About 75 people were injured in the city of Gilangharb. Some residential buildings were damaged, as well as roads.[10] - 75
6[11]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea, 151 km west northwest of Tobelo 6.6 43.2 IV - - -
8[12]  Japan, Kyushu, 16 km south southeast of Nishinoomote 6.3 35.0 VI - - -
9[13]  Argentina, Neuquén, 19 km west of Añelo 4.0 10.0 - There was a fall of furniture and some damage to masonry, like cracks on walls. It was felt in Añelo, Cutral Có and Neuquén.[14] - -
12[15]  Poland, Lower Silesia, 2 km northeast of Polkowice 3.8 2.0 - This small earthquake caused a mine collapse in Rudna. One miner died and six others were injured, three of them in a serious condition.[16] 1 6
15[17]  Vanuatu, Torba offshore, 94 km northwest of Sola 6.6 35.0 VI - - -
17[18]  Papua New Guinea offshore, Bismarck Sea, 173 km southwest of Lorengau 6.2 10.0 IV - - -
18[19]  Vanuatu, Tafea offshore, 76 km west northwest of Isangel 6.0 38.7 III - - -
20[20]  Chile, Coquimbo, 10 km south southwest of Coquimbo 6.7 63.0 VIII There has been moderate damage in hospitals, buildings, houses and serious damage in the historic center of Coquimbo and La Serena, as well as rock slides on desert roads. Two people died of heart attacks.[21] 2 -
21[22]  Indonesia, East Nusa Tenggara offshore, 65 km south southwest of Bogorawatu 6.0 26.0 IV It was a foreshock of the 6.4 quake a few hours later. - -
22[23]  Indonesia, East Nusa Tenggara offshore, 85 km south southwest of Bogorawatu 6.3 24.0 IV - - -
22[24]  South Africa offshore, Prince Edward Islands region 6.7 13.0 III - - -
22[25]  Poland, Lower Silesia, 1 km southwest of Czernica 3.4 10.0 III This quake caused a mine collapse in Rydułtowy coal mine. Product of this incident, one miner died and eight others suffered light injuries.[26] 1 8
25[27]  Peru, Ica, 19 km of Rio Grande 5.7 59.3 IV Some adobe houses collapsed and six people suffered light injuries.[28] - 6
26[29]  Solomon Islands, Choiseul offshore, 50 km southwest of Chirovanga 6.2 355.0 III - - -
26[30]  Colombia, Huila, 13 km west northwest of Santa María 5.6 10.0 VI Various houses were damaged near the epicenter. One woman died of a heart attack.[31] 1 -
26[32]  Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 58 km west northwest of Dobo 5.9 10.0 IV Three houses and one hospital were damaged in Aru Islands. One girl was injured.[33] - 1
26[34]  Fiji, Lau offshore, 56 km south southwest of Ndoi Island 6.2 588.0 II - - -
29[35]  Poland, Lower Silesia, 3 km south southwest of Grębocice 4.9 10.0 III A mine collapse occurred at Rudna coal mine. Fifteen miners were injured, some of them in a serious condition.[36] - 15

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw  Ecuador
Deadliest4.8 Mw  China
2 deaths

Total fatalities4
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.94
5.0−5.9108
4.0−4.9502
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[37]  India, Maharashtra, 10 km souheast of Dahanu 4.1 5.0 - A two-year-old girl died after falling in a panic caused by the quake. There were also some reports of wall collapse.[38] 1 -
1[39]  Mexico, Chiapas, 5 km southwest of Puerto Madero 6.6 66.0 VI More than 100 buildings were damaged in Chiapas, and one minor suffered a broken leg. In the neighbouring Guatemala, 14 people were slightly injured, and some houses also suffered structural damage.[40][41] - 15
2[42]  Indonesia, Mentawai Islands offshore, 166 km south southeast of Muara Siberut 6.1 10.0 VII Eleven houses were destroyed, a church and a health center were damaged in Mentawai Islands.[43] - -
5[44]  Azerbaijan, Ismaili, 27 km northeast of Basqal 5.1 10.0 IV Many houses were damaged, and cracks appeared on the walls of five schools. Thirty people needed medical assistance, three of them for serious injuries.[45] - 30
10[46]  Iran, Hormozgan, 73 km west of Qeshm 5.4 10.0 VII Five people were hospitalized after the quake, and several buildings damaged.[47] - 5
14[48]  Peru, Huancavelica, 68 km northwest of Ayna 5.5 10.0 VII Eight health centers were damaged, as well as houses and some buildings. Two people were injured, including an army officer.[49] - 2
14[50] Northern Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.2 10.0 II - - -
17[51]  Papua New Guinea, New Ireland, 47 km northwest of Namatanai 6.4 368.1 III - - -
20[52]  Turkey, Çanakkale, 9 km south southeast of Ezine 5.1 10.0 VI 85 houses and two mosques were damaged near the epicenter.[53] - -
21[54]  Japan, Hokkaido, 25 km east southeast of Chitose 5.4 28.0 VI This was an aftershock of the 2018 Hokkaido Eastern Iburi earthquake. The quake caused an avalanche in Atsuma and five people were slightly hurt in Sapporo, Tomakomai and Noboribetsu.[55] - 5
22[56]  Ecuador, Pastaza, 115 km east southeast of Palora 7.5 128.9 VII During the 2019 Ecuador earthquake Slight damage was reported, including broken windows and cracks in walls. One person died of a heart attack, and nine others were injured.[57][58] This is currently one of the two largest earthquakes of 2019. 1 9
25[59]  China, Sichuan, 4 km southwest of Yanling 4.8 40.2 IV Nine houses were destroyed in Gongxian county. Two people were killed by a falling balcony guard bar and 12 people were injured, three of them seriously. Authorities have halted shale gas mining after the quake.[60] 2 12
27[61]  Iran, Lorestan, 23 km northeast of Abdanan 4.5 10.0 - Minor damage to dwelling houses was caused. Seventeen people were injured, one of them in a critical condition. - 17
27[62]  Indonesia, Sumatra, 77 km east of Surian 5.4 10.0 VI At least 48 people were injured and more than 350 houses damaged in South Solok district.[63] - 48


March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw  Peru
Deadliest5.6 Mw  Indonesia
6 deaths
Total fatalities8
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.911
5.0−5.9123
4.0−4.9609
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[64]  Peru, Puno, 25 km north northeast of Azángaro 7.0 267.0 IV Some rockslides occurred in Arequipa region. One person died of an heart attack, and two others were injured in a panic during the evacuation.[65] 1 2
6[66]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 117 km east southeast of L'Esperance Rock 6.4 29.0 - - - -
7[67]  Argentina, Neuquén, 19 km south southwest of Añelo 5.0 13.8 II Various houses suffered damage, cracks in walls appeared, as well as damage to masonry.[68] - -
8[69]  Philippines, Caraga offshore, 40 km north of Santa Monica 6.0 54.4 IV - - -
10[70]  Fiji offshore, 260 km southeast of Labasa 6.2 578.2 - - - -
10[71]  Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay offshore, 140 km south southwest of Kulumadau 6.1 30.0 IV - - -
12[72]  Puerto Rico, Isabela, 13 km south of Jobos 4.6 13.0 V Slight damage to some buildings was caused. One woman was also injured, after suffering a car accident during the quake.[73][74] - 1
15[75]  Bolivia, Cochabamba, 28 km south of Cliza 6.3 358.3 IV - - -
17[76]  Indonesia, Lombok, 4 km southwest of Sembalunbumbung 5.6 10.0 V Six people, including two Malaysian tourists died, while 182 people were injured in the quake. About 1,500 homes were damaged, including 32 that were flattened.[77][78] 6 182
20[79]  Turkey, Denizli, 18 km east of Acipayam 5.7 10.0 VI The quake demolished some homes, mostly in rural areas. Three people sustained light injuries.[80] - 3
20[81]  France, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, 59 km north of Bordeaux 5.0 2.0 VI Slight damage was reported near the epicenter, like fallen chimneys and cracks in walls. It was the strongest earthquake in the region since 1759.[82][83] - -
20[84]  Vanuatu, Penama offshore, 52 km east of Luganville 6.3 119.0 V - - -
21[85]  Tanzania, Rukwa, 52 km east of Sumbawanga 5.5 22.0 VI At least four houses collapsed in the Mbeya region, while other buildings showed cracks and other signs of damage. One person died, crushed by a wall.[86] 1 -
23[87]  Colombia, Valle del Cauca, 3 km west southwest of Versalles 6.1 122.0 V Some damage occurred in Manizales, especially in the council where many glasses were broken.[88] - -
24[89]  Indonesia offshore, Molucca Sea, 141 km east northeast of Bitung 6.1 37.4 III - - -
28[90]  Russia, Kamchatka offshore, 266 km east southeast of Ozernovskiy 6.2 9.0 IV - - -
30[91]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 105 km east of Kimbe 6.1 57.2 V - - -
31[92]  Ecuador, Santa Elena offshore, 31 km north northeast of Santa Elena 6.2 18.0 VI Some houses suffered damage in Santa Elena region, but no injuries were reported.[93] - -

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw  Indonesia
Deadliest6.1 Mw Philippines Philippines
18 deaths
Total fatalities20
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9126
4.0−4.9634
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[94]  Mauritius, Rodrigues Island offshore, 264 km northeast of Port Mathurin 6.0 10.0 - - - -
2[95]  Indonesia, East Java offshore, 61 km north northeast of Sumberanyar 4.9 35.0 II Extensive damage to eight buildings was caused in Raas Island. One student was injured.[96] - 1
2[97]  United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 32 km east northeast of Kiska Island 6.4 7.9 - - - -
5[98]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 95 km north northwest of Visokoi Island 6.4 58.6 V - - -
6[99]  East Timor offshore, Banda Sea, 197 km north northwest of Dili 6.3 539.0 II - - -
9[100]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 86 km east northeast of Bristol Island 6.5 44.8 V - - -
11[101]  Japan, Iwate offshore, 144 km northeast of Miyako 6.0 18.0 III - - -
12[102]  Indonesia, Sulawesi offshore, 102 km south southwest of Luwuk 6.8 17.5 VI One person died, when falling in a panic caused by a brief tsunami warning. Slight damage was caused.[103] 1 -
14[104]  United States, Hawaii, 20 km east of Kalaoa 5.3 13.3 VII Power outages, small rockfalls, and minor damage to buildings occurred. No injuries were reported.[105] - -
18[106]  Taiwan, Hualien offshore, 9 km east of Hualien 6.1 20.0 VI During the 2019 Hualien earthquake, light damage was caused, like cracked roads. Two hikers were injured by falling rocks, one of them in a critical condition who later died, and 15 people sustained light injuries in Taipei.[107][108] 1 16
18[109] Western Indian-Antarctic Ridge 6.5 10.0 - - - -
22[110]  Philippines, Central Luzon, 0 km east southeast of Gutad 6.1 20.0 VII During the 2019 Luzon earthquake, 18 people were killed and more than 280 injured when various buildings collapsed in Porac and Lubao, including a supermarket. Power was cut in several towns, the province of Pampanga was primarily hit with 29 structures/buildings suffering damage.[111][112][113] This is currently the deadliest earthquake of 2019. 18 282
22[114]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 48 km north northwest of Visokoi Island 6.0 79.0 V - - -
23[115]  Philippines, Eastern Visayas, 13 km east of Tutubigan 6.4 54.0 VII During the 2019 Visayas earthquake, slight damage was caused near the epicenter, cracks in the walls and roads. 48 people were injured, most of them slightly by falling objects.[116][117] - 48
23[118]  Tonga offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.0 385.6 - - - -
23[119]  India, Arunachal Pradesh, 32 km north northwest of Along 5.9 14.0 VII Various houses and roads suffered damage in Shi Yomi district. Landslides also occurred and blocked roads.[120] - -
29[121]  Yemen, Socotra Island offshore, Carlsberg Ridge 6.3 10.0 - - - -

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw  Papua New Guinea
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.993
4.0−4.9402
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[122]  Solomon Islands, Isabel offshore, 145 km north northeast of Buala 6.2 10.0 IV - - -
6[123]  Papua New Guinea, Morobe, 33 km north northwest of Bulolo 7.1 146.0 VII Tremors were felt in Queensland, Australia. Some damage was caused in Lae, like fallen objects and power outages. More than 130 houses and a school were also destroyed in Lata Butu village, but no casualties were reported.[124][125] - -
9[126]  Japan, Miyazaki offshore, 43 km east southeast of Miyazaki-shi 6.1 22.0 VI A man was injured and local traffic networks disrupted.[127] - 1
12[128]  Costa Rica, Puntarenas, 8 km north of Canoas 6.1 19.0 VII Some buildings were damaged in Chiriquí province in the neighbouring Panama, where five people were injured.[129] Slight damage also occurred in Costa Rica.[130] - 5
14[131]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain offshore, 45 km northeast of Kokopo 7.5 10.0 VII A tsunami warning was issued for Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands. Several houses collapsed and power was cut in Duke of York Islands, where one woman was injured.[132][133] This is currently one of the two largest earthquakes of 2019. - 1
16[134]  Nicaragua, Chinandega offshore, 36 km west southwest of Jiquilillo 5.9 62.0 V Around 15 houses were damaged in La Unión department.[135] - -
17[136]  Papua New Guinea, New Ireland, 12km south southwest of Taron 6.0 21.9 VI - - -
17[137]  China, Jilin, 16 km west of Fuyu 4.8 16.5 III More than 160 houses were damaged in Ningjiang District and 75 people had to be relocated.[138] - -
19[139]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 199 km east of Tadine 6.3 20.0 II - - -
19[140]  New Caledonia, Loyalty Islands offshore, 163 km east of Tadine 6.2 20.0 II It was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake earlier that day. - -
23[141]  United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 55 km east northeasst of Amatignak Island 6.1 27.8 V - - -


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