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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2020
Strongest magnitude7.8 Mw United States United States
Deadliest7.0 Mw Turkey Turkey Greece Greece
119 deaths
Total fatalities205
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.99
6.0−6.9112
5.0−5.91,315
4.0−4.912,216
← 2019
2021 →

This is a list of earthquakes in 2020. 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. For the second consecutive year, activity was well below average, with only nine major quakes, it was also the first year since 2016 with no magnitude 8.0+ earthquakes. With just over 200 casualties reported, it is the least deadliest year in the 21st century for earthquakes, but almost all of them came from Turkey, struck by three deadly events. In the last days of the year, Croatia experienced its strongest quake ever, with casualties and structural damage.

Compared to other years[edit]

Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2010–2020[1][2]
Magnitude 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
8.0–9.9 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0
7.0–7.9 23 19 14 17 11 18 16 6 16 9 9
6.0–6.9 151 187 117 123 143 127 131 104 118 135 112
5.0–5.9 2,220 2,486 1,546 1,460 1,580 1,413 1,550 1,447 1,671 1,484 1,315
4.0–4.9 10,138 13,129 10,955 11,877 15,817 13,777 13,700 11,544 12,782 11,897 12,216
Total 12,536 15,822 12,635 13,480 17,552 15,336 15,397 13,102 14,589 13,530 13,654

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 Event
1 119 7.0  Turkey, İzmir
 Greece, North Aegean offshore
VIII (Severe) 21.0 October 30 2020 Aegean Sea earthquake
2 41 6.7 Turkey Turkey, Elazığ IX (Violent) 10.0 January 24 2020 Elazığ earthquake
3 10 7.4  Mexico, Oaxaca IX (Violent) 20.0 June 23 2020 Oaxaca earthquake
3 10 5.8  Turkey, Van

 Iran, West Azerbaijan

VII (Very strong) 10.0 February 23 2020 Iran–Turkey earthquakes

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date Event
1 7.8 0 United States United States, Alaska offshore VII (Very strong) 28.0 July 22 July 2020 Alaska Peninsula earthquake
2 7.7 0  Jamaica, Hanover offshore VI (Strong) 14.9 January 28 2020 Caribbean earthquake
3 7.6 0  United States, Alaska offshore VIII (Severe) 28.4 October 19 October 2020 Alaska Peninsula earthquake
4 7.5 0 Russia Russia, Kuril Islands offshore V (Moderate) 56.7 March 25 2020 Kamchatka earthquake
5 7.4 10  Mexico, Oaxaca IX (Violent) 20.0 June 23 2020 Oaxaca earthquake
5 7.4 0 New Zealand New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore VII (Very strong) 10.0 June 18 -
7 7.0 119  Turkey, İzmir
 Greece, North Aegean offshore
VIII (Severe) 21.0 October 30 2020 Aegean Sea earthquake
7 7.0 1 Papua New Guinea Papua New Guinea, Oro offshore VII (Very strong) 73.0 July 17 -
7 7.0 0 Russia Russia, Kuril Islands offshore VI (Strong) 144.0 February 13 -

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By month[edit]

January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude7.7 Mw  Jamaica
Deadliest6.7 Mw  Turkey
41 deaths
Total fatalities46
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9144
4.0−4.91,217
The moment people were being rescued under the rubble after the earthquake in Elazığ, Turkey.
Landslides after the Puerto Rico earthquake.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
2[4]  Iran, Khorasan-e Razavi, 81 km southwest of Taybad 5.5 10.0 VII At least 14 houses were damaged, some of them seriously.[5] - -
5[6]  Mexico, Oaxaca, 3 km west of Reforma de Pineda 5.9 87.0 V Some homes suffered minor damage.[7] - -
6[8]  Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 14 km south of Indios 5.8 6.0 VI Various houses were badly damaged, power was cut in Guayanilla municipality and landslides blocked roads. It was part of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[9] - -
7[10]  Indonesia, Aceh offshore, 14 km south of Sinabang 6.3 17.0 VI Cracks in walls or broken windows were observed in some buildings in Sinabang.[11] - -
7[12]  Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 13 km south of María Antonia 6.4 9.0 VIII As a result of the main shock of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes, electricity was cut in most of the island and many buildings, including churches, collapsed in the southern part. One person died, crushed by the rubble, and 8 others were injured. Two more people died of heart attacks attributed to the effects of this earthquake swarm.[13][14][15] 3 8
7[16]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 130 km east northeast of Kimbe 6.0 117.0 IV - - -
8[17]  Iran, Bushehr, 13 km southeast of Borajzan 4.9 10.0 IV Some damage was caused and seven people were injured. This earthquake struck near the Bushehr nuclear plant, but did not damage it.[18] - 7
9[19]  Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 6.4 10.0 VII - - -
10[20]  Puerto Rico, Guánica offshore, 4 km south of María Antonia 5.2 9.0 VI It was part of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm. Further damage was caused across the island, with some buildings collapsing and a power cut occurring. A woman died of a heart attack.[21] 1 -
11[22]  Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 5 km southeast of María Antonia 5.9 5.0 VII Some houses were damaged in Ponce. It was part of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[23] - -
15[24]  Argentina, Mendoza, 17 km north northwest of San Martín 4.5 40.0 V Light damage was observed in the city of Mendoza. One person fainted from fear during a live TV show.[25][26] - 1
17[27]  Mexico, Oaxaca, 6 km northeast of Ixtepec 5.2 17.5 IV Various adobe houses and a church were damaged. The earthquake also caused some landslides and falling rocks blocked roads.[28] - -
18[29]  Indonesia, Papua, 146 km west of Abepura 6.0 44.0 VI - - -
19[30]  China, Xinjiang, 104 km east northeast of Kashgar 6.0 5.6 VIII The 2020 Kashgar earthquake left three people injured, including one in a critical condition, who later died in hospital.[31][32] 1 2
19[33]  Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore, 108 km southeast of Gorontalo 6.1 121.7 IV - - -
19[34]  United States, Kansas, 2 km west of South Hutchinson 4.5 5.0 VI There were reports of bricks breaking off chimneys and sidewalks cracking in the Hutchinson area.[34] - -
20[35]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 25 km south southeast of Bristol Island 6.1 93.0 V - - -
22[36]  Turkey, Manisa, 15 km east southeast of Kırkağaç 5.6 5.6 VII A few structures collapsed, with people running outside for safety. Four people were injured. The earthquake was felt in Istanbul and İzmir.[37] - 4
23[38]  United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 84 km west of Adak 6.2 10.0 VI - - -
24[39]  Turkey, Elazığ, 13 km north of Doğanyol 6.7 10.0 IX During the 2020 Elazığ earthquake, widespread damage was caused in Pütürge, where around 10 buildings collapsed, and others were badly damaged, trapping dozens of people under the rubble. A fire also reportedly caused by a natural gas leak broke out in central Elazığ. 41 people died and 1,631 were injured.[40][41][42] 41 1,631
26[43]  United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 240 km west southwest of Adak 6.1 17.0 V It was an aftershock of the 6.2 quake two days prior. - -
27[44]  Solomon Islands, Makira-Ulawa offshore, 102 km west northwest of Kirakira 6.3 21.0 VI - - -
28[45]  Jamaica, Hanover offshore, 123 km north northwest of Lucea 7.7 14.9 VI The 2020 Caribbean earthquake was the strongest earthquake recorded in the Caribbean since 1946. It only caused some minor structural damage to buildings in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands due to its distance from land, and a tsunami warning.[46] - -
28[47]  Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman offshore, 55 km southeast of East End 6.1 10.0 V It was an aftershock of the 7.7 quake a few hours earlier. - -
29[48]  Solomon Islands, Makira-Ulawa offshore, 70 km west of Kirakira 6.0 85.0 V It was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake two days prior. - -

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw  Russia
Deadliest5.8 Mw  Iran  Turkey
10 deaths
Total fatalities10
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.997
4.0−4.9900
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
5[49]  Indonesia, East Java offshore, 113 km north northeast of Bangkalan 6.2 592.4 I - - -
6[50]  Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore, 13 km south of Miangas 6.0 19.0 IV - - -
8[51]  India, Uttarakhand, 29 km northeast of Bageshwar 4.7 18.8 V Some houses were damaged, and one collapsed in Bageshwar district. Two people were injured by the rubble.[52] - 2
8[53]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 113 km south southeast of Bristol Island 6.0 16.0 III - - -
9[54]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain offshore, 127 km south of Kokopo 6.1 34.0 VI - - -
13[55]  Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 95 km east northeast of Kurilsk 7.0 143.0 VI - - -
23[56]  Iran, West Azerbaijan, 30 km southeast of Salmas 5.8 10.0 VII During the first of the 2020 Iran–Turkey earthquakes, serious damage was caused to several villages in Turkey's Van province, where 10 people were killed (one of them later in the hospital) and 66 injured. In Iran numerous houses collapsed, and 75 people were injured.[57][58][59][60] 10 141
23[61]  Iran, West Azerbaijan, 37 km east southeast of Özalp, Turkey 6.0 10.0 VII The second of the 2020 Iran–Turkey earthquakes. This pair of similarly sized earthquakes in a few hours can be considered as a doublet earthquake. - -
24[62]  Italy, Calabria, 2 km east of San Vincenzo La Costa 4.8 10.0 VII Various buildings were damaged and one collapsed in Cosenza province. One person was injured during a religious office by falling bricks.[63][64] - 1
26[65]  Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 273 km southwest of Tual 6.0 54.0 V - - -

March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw  Russia
Deadliest5.3 Mw  Croatia
1 death
Total fatalities1
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.98
5.0−5.9111
4.0−4.9960
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[66]  Philippines, Eastern Visayas offshore, 6 km north northwest of Guindapunan 5.4 10.0 VI Schools and others buildings were damaged in Leyte island. Classes were suspended.[67] - -
4[68]  Myanmar, Sagaing, 116 km west of Bhamo 4.8 10.0 - Religious buildings were damaged.[69] - -
6[70] Southwest Indian Ridge 6.0 10.0 - - - -
10[71]  Indonesia, West Java, 11 km west of Cicurug 5.0 10.0 VIII Around 90 houses were damaged in Sukabumi, and two people were slightly injured.[72] - 2
14[73]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 298 km northeast of Raoul Island 6.4 10.0 III - - -
17[74]  Tonga, Niuatoputapu offshore, 171 km east of Hihifo 6.0 10.0 IV Samoa was shaken, although the epicentre was in Tonga.[75] - -
18[76]  Vanuatu, Torba offshore, 99 km northwest of Sola 6.1 176.0 IV - - -
18[77]  United States, Utah, 5 km north northeast of Magna 5.7 11.9 VII The 2020 Salt Lake City earthquake was the strongest earthquake in Utah since 1992. More than 50,000 people lost power in Salt Lake City, and some damage was reported to houses and buildings.[78] - -
18[79]  Indonesia, Bali offshore, 249 km south of Nusa Dua 6.2 20.7 VI - - -
21[80]  Greece, Epirus, 14 km north northeast of Kanallaki 5.7 10.0 VII Some old buildings were damaged and some also collapsed in Kanallaki. Three people were slightly injured.[81][82] - 3
22[83]  Croatia, Zagreb, 5 km east of Gornja Bistra 5.3 10.0 VII The 2020 Zagreb earthquake was the strongest earthquake to hit the city since 1880. More than 26,000 buildings were damaged, and some collapsed. One teenager was critically injured by a roof and died later in the hospital, while another 26 people were wounded.[84][85] 1 26
22[86] Central East Pacific Rise 6.1 10.0 - - - -
25[87]  Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 221 km south southeast of Severo-Kurilsk 7.5 57.8 V Following this earthquake, tsunami warnings were issued at first, but were later rescinded.[88] - -
26[89]  Philippines, Soccksargen offshore, 27 km southwest of Burias 6.1 59.0 VI Some minor damage was observed, like cracks in walls.[90] - -
28[91]  Indonesia, Central Sulawesi, 73 km west southwest of Poso 5.9 10.0 VII At least three people were injured. 33 houses and several public facilities were damaged. Power outage was reported in some affected areas.[92] - 3
31[93]  United States, Idaho, 31 km north northwest of Stanley 6.5 12.1 VIII The 2020 Central Idaho earthquake was Idaho's most significant earthquake in almost 40 years, since a 6.9 event in the same area in 1983. Widely felt, it only caused some rockslides.[94][95] This earthquake occurred near the Sawtooth Fault, but was likely not related to it. - -

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude6.6 Mw  Japan
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.999
4.0−4.91,006
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
5[96]  Indonesia, North Maluku offshore, 124 km west northweast of Ternate 6.0 42.0 V - - -
12[97]  French Southern and Antarctic Lands offshore, 96 km north of Amsterdam Island 6.1 10.0 IV - - -
14[98]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 194 km southeast of Raoul Island 6.0 31.0 - - - -
15[99]  Colombia, Bolívar, 13 km north northeast of Pinillos 5.7 53.0 V Some old houses sustained damage in Cesar Department. In Magdalena, three houses collapsed and one child was slightly injured.[100][101] - 1
16[102]  Italy, Emilia-Romagna, 2 km southeast of Marsaglia 4.5 10.0 VI Some damage was caused in Cerignale. Various buildings sustained cracks in walls, and a church was slightly damaged.[103] - -
16[104]  Honduras, Bay Islands offshore, 59 km north northeast of Savannah Bight 6.1 12.0 V - - -
18[105]  Japan, Bonin Islands offshore, 209 km west of Chichijima 6.6 453.0 IV - - -
19[106]  Japan, Iwate offshore, 31 km southeast of Ōfunato 6.3 38.0 VI - - -
25[107]  Papua New Guinea, Bougainville offshore, 140 km south of Panguna 6.1 19.0 IV - - -
30[108]  Indonesia, North Sumatra, 40 km east southeast of Padangsidempuan 5.0 17.1 IV Some buildings, including houses, mosques and schools, were damaged in South Tapanuli.[109] - -

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw  Indonesia
Deadliest5.2 Mw  China
4 deaths
Total fatalities6
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.9108
4.0−4.91,113
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
2[110]  Puerto Rico, Peñuelas offshore, 6 km south of Tallaboa 5.4 9.0 VII Some buildings were partially damaged in Ponce, and power was cut in various cities.[111] - -
2[112]  Greece, Crete offshore, 91 km south of Néa Anatolí 6.5 10.0 VI A tsunami warning was issued, and a small tsunami of 20 cm was measured in Ierapetra. Some landslides were observed along the roads.[113] - -
6[114]  Iran, Lorestan, 10 km west northwest of Aleshtar 4.8 10.0 VI Some structures were damaged, and 25 people sustained light injuries.[115] - 25
6[116]  Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 205 km northwest of Saumlaki 6.8 96.0 VI - - -
7[117]  Papua New Guinea, Bougainville offshore, 215 km north northwest of Arawa 6.1 471.2 II - - -
7[118]  Iran, Tehran, 3 km north northwest of Damavand 4.6 10.0 V Some minor damage was caused in the capital Tehran. A person in Damavand died of a head injury, while another died in Tehran of a heart attack. 38 others were injured.[119] 2 38
12[120]  Solomon Islands, Santa Cruz Islands offshore, 175 km south southeast of Lata 6.6 107.0 VI - - -
15[121]  United States, Nevada, 33 km southeast of Mina 6.5 2.7 VIII The 2020 Nevada earthquake was the largest earthquake in 65 years in the area. The main highway, US 95, between Las Vegas and Reno was closed due to cracks. Some minor damage also occurred in Nye County.[122] - -
18[123]  Sweden, Lapland, 3 km south southeast of Kiruna 4.9 1.0 V It was the most powerful earthquake to hit Sweden in 12 years. It caused some rockslides in Kiruna mine, which had to be evacuated.[124] - -
18[125]  China, Yunnan, 42 km west of Zhaotong 5.1 10.0 VII Various buildings were damaged, and one house collapsed in Zhaoyang District in the 2020 Qiaojia earthquake. Four people were killed while 28 people were injured.[126][127] 4 28
22[128]  Mexico, Baja California Sur offshore, 173 km east southeast of San José del Cabo 6.1 10.0 IV - - -
24[129]  Iran, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, 3 km north northwest of Dogonbadan 4.9 10.0 V Serious damage occurred in the historical city of Dehdasht, and 16 people were injured.[130] - 16
27[131]  Vanuatu, Shefa offshore, 51 km west northwest of Port-Vila 6.2 9.7 V - - -
28[132]  Tonga, ʻEua offshore, 111 km south southeast of 'Ohonua 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
31[133]  Peru, Puno, 19 km southwest of Vilavila 6.1 186.0 IV - - -

June[edit]

June
Strongest magnitude7.4 Mw  Mexico
7.4 Mw  New Zealand
Deadliest7.4 Mw  Mexico
10 deaths
Total fatalities12
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.9118
4.0−4.91101


Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[134]  Chile, Antofagasta, 48 km southwest of San Pedro de Atacama 6.8 112.0 VI A church collapsed in Camar, Antofagasta and moderate damage was caused in San Pedro de Atacama.[135] - -
3[136]  Fiji offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.0 69.8 - - - -
3[137]  Indonesia, Aceh offshore, 23 km northwest of Banda Aceh 4.6 10.0 IV Some buildings were damaged in Sabang, with collapsed walls and roofs.[138] - -
4[139]  Indonesia, North Maluku offshore, 133 km north northeast of Tobelo 6.4 112.9 V More than 300 houses were damaged in Morotai.[140] - -
5[141]  Turkey, Malatya, 25 km west southwest of Doğanyol 5.1 10.0 - At least 20 buildings suffered damage in Pütürge following the quake, two of them severely.[142] - -
7[143]  Peru, Ancash offshore, 33 km west southwest of Puerto Casma 4.5 57.2 IV A young man died of a heart attack in a panic during the evacuation.[144] 1 -
10[145]  Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha offshore, 783 km west of Jamestown 6.0 10.0 - - - -
13[146]  Japan, Ryukyu Islands offshore, 130 km west northwest of Naze 6.6 165.0 IV - - -
13[147]  Northern Mariana Islands, Agrihan offshore, 420 km north of Saipan 6.2 622.0 II - - -
14[148]  Turkey, Bingöl, 14 km east of Yedisu 5.9 10.0 VII During the 2020 Bingöl earthquake, an observation tower of a Turkish military installation collapsed, killing one person and injuring two. Various villages near the epicenter suffered damage and 33 more people were wounded.[149][150] 1 35
16[151]  Vietnam, Lai Châu, 100 km north northeast of Phôngsali, Laos 4.5 10.0 IV In Lai Châu, a ceiling in a nursery school partially collapsed and fell on a group of children who were sleeping when the quake hit. Four of them suffered minor injuries.[152] - 4
18[153]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 683 km northeast of Opotiki 7.4 10.0 VII A tsunami warning was issued, then cancelled, with waves of 12 cm (4.7 in) hitting Korotiti Bay, Great Barrier Island.[154][155] - -
21[156]  Iceland, Northeastern region offshore, 27 km north northeast of Siglufjörður 6.0 10.0 V - - -
21[157]  India, Mizoram, 22 km east of North Vanlaiphai 5.6 10.8 VII Several buildings and a church were damaged in Champhai district.[158] - -
23[159]  Indonesia, Gorontalo offshore, 97 km southeast of Gorontalo 6.0 109.0 IV - - -
23[160]  Mexico, Oaxaca, 9 km southeast of Santa María Xadani 7.4 20.0 IX During the 2020 Oaxaca earthquake, serious damage was caused in Oaxaca, where various buildings collapsed, and 10 people were killed by the rubble. Some damage also occurred in Mexico City, where two people were injured.[161][162] 10 23
24[163]  United States, California, 18 km south southeast of Lone Pine 5.8 4.7 VIII The earthquake triggered rockslides near the main parking lot in Whitney Portal.[164] - -
25[165]  Turkey, Van, 14 km south southwest of Özalp 5.4 10.0 VI Around 15 houses sustained damage, and five people were hospitalized with light injuries.[166] - 5
25[167]  China, Tibet, 278 km southeast of Hotan 6.3 10.0 VII - - -

July[edit]

July
Strongest magnitude7.8 Mw  United States
Deadliest7.0 Mw  Papua New Guinea
1 death
Total fatalities1
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.991
4.0−4.91,091
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[168]  Puerto Rico, Lajas offshore, 9 km south southeast of La Parguera 5.3 3.0 VI Some rockslides occurred and an old house collapsed in Lajas. It was part of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[169] - -
6[170]  Micronesia, Yap offshore, 257 km north of Fais 6.2 10.0 III - - -
6[171]  Indonesia, Java offshore, 98 km north of Batang 6.6 533.8 II - - -
11[172]  China, Hebei, 1 km east northeast of Zhaogezhuang 4.8 10.0 VI After the 2020 Tangshan earthquake, cracks appeared in old buildings and rail services were suspended.[173] - -
17[174]  Papua New Guinea, Oro offshore, 114 km north northwest of Popondetta 7.0 73.0 VII A tsunami warning was issued. A dozen homes were damaged and some collapsed in Sohe District. One woman was killed by a landslide and another injured when her home collapsed.[175] 1 1
17[176]  Chile, Tarapacá, 3 km southeast of Iquique 5.9 73.6 VII A power outage was reported in Pica commune and some rockslides in roads was observed.[177] - -
17[178]  India, Andaman Islands offshore, 239 km east of Port Blair 6.1 10.0 III - - -
18[179]  Tonga, Niuatoputapu offshore, 141 km east northeast of Hihifo 6.1 12.0 IV - - -
21[180]  Fiji, Lau offshore 6.0 605.2 - - - -
22[181] United States United States, Alaska offshore, 99 km south southeast of Perryville 7.8 28.0 VII The July 2020 Alaska Peninsula earthquake was the largest earthquake of 2020. A tsunami warning was issued, then later rescinded.[182] This earthquake is a foreshock of the 2021 Chignik earthquake about a year later. - -
22[183] United States United States, Alaska offshore, 101 km east southeast of Sand Point 6.1 16.5 VI It was an aftershock of the 7.8 quake a few minutes before. - -
22[184]  China, western Tibet 6.3 10.0 VII - - -
26[185]  South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.4 10.0 III - - -
27[186]  Vietnam, Sơn La, 120 km west of Hanoi 4.9 10.0 IV At least 126 buildings were damaged in five towns near the epicenter, and some partially collapsed.[187] - -
28[188] United States United States, Alaska offshore, 75 km southwest of Sand Point 6.1 35.2 V It was an aftershock of the 7.8 quake on July 22. - -

August[edit]

August
Strongest magnitude6.9 Mw  Indonesia
6.9 Mw  Indonesia
Deadliest6.6 Mw  Philippines
2 deaths
Total fatalities2
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.915
5.0−5.9123
4.0−4.9721
Damage to a port in Cataingan after the deadly Masbate earthquake.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[189]  Philippines, Bangsamoro offshore, 11 km southwest of Polloc 6.4 483.0 III - - -
1[190]  Papua New Guinea offshore, Bismarck Sea, 199 km southeast of Lorengau 6.1 10.0 IV - - -
5[191]  Vanuatu, Malampa offshore, 69 km east of Lakatoro 6.4 181.9 IV - - -
6[192]  South Africa offshore, Prince Edward Islands region 6.3 10.0 - - - -
7[193]  Puerto Rico, Guayanilla, 2 km south southeast of Magas Arriba 4.8 12.0 VI Some buildings were damaged in Ponce. It was part of the 2019–20 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[194] - -
7[195]  Algeria, Mila, 3 km north northeast of Sidi Merouane 5.0 10.0 VII At least three homes were completely destroyed, and 31 residential buildings and a road suffered minor damage. No injuries were reported.[196] - -
9[197]  United States, North Carolina, 4 km southeast of Sparta 5.1 4.1 VII During the 2020 Sparta earthquake, some significant damage occurred in the town of Sparta and a child was slightly injured. It is also the largest earthquake in the state since 1916.[198][199] - 1
12[200]  Tanzania, Pwani offshore, 66 km north northeast of Kilindoni 6.0 17.6 V - - -
18[201]  Philippines, Eastern Visayas offshore, 13 km east of San Pedro 6.6 10.0 VIII The 2020 Masbate earthquake was felt in nearby provinces in the Visayas and the Bicol Region. Two people died, one was buried under his collapsed home and one had a heart attack, and more than 170 others sustained injuries.[202] 2 170
18[203]  Indonesia, Sumatra offshore, 138 km west southwest of Bengkulu 6.8 22.0 IV This pair of similarly sized earthquakes in a few minutes can be considered as a doublet earthquake. - -
18[204]  Indonesia, Sumatra offshore, 122 km west southwest of Bengkulu 6.9 26.0 IV - -
21[205]  Indonesia offshore, Banda Sea, 222 km south southeast of Katabu 6.9 624.0 III - - -
24[206]  Costa Rica, Puntarenas, 4 km south southwest of Jacó 6.0 20.0 V - - -
25[207]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 141 km south southwest of Kokopo 6.0 23.0 VI - - -
25[208]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 141 km south southwest of Kokopo 6.2 22.0 VI - - -
30[209]  Brazil, Bahia, 6 km south southwest of Mutuípe 4.6 10.0 VI It was the strongest earthquake in the state of Bahia in the last 30 years. At least 22 houses were damaged.[210] - -
30[211] Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.5 10.0 V - - -
31[212]  British Indian Ocean Territory offshore, Chagos Archipelago region 6.1 10.0 IV - - -

September[edit]

September
Strongest magnitude6.9 Mw, central Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9105
4.0−4.9743
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[213]  Chile, Atacama offshore, 86 km northwest of Vallenar 6.8 21.0 VII Some damage was observed in the city of Copiapó, near the epicenter.[214] - -
1[215]  Chile, Atacama offshore, 78 km northwest of Vallenar 6.3 16.2 VI It was an aftershock of the 6.8 quake one hour earlier. - -
1[216]  Chile, Atacama offshore, 94 km northwest of Vallenar 6.5 16.0 VI It was an aftershock of the 6.8 quake a few hours earlier. - -
4[217]  Japan, Fukui, 2 km northwest of Fukui-shi 4.6 10.0 III Some damage was caused, and 13 people sustained minor injuries.[218] - 13
6[219]  Chile, Coquimbo, 40 km northwest of Ovalle 6.3 30.0 VI - - -
6[220]  Vanuatu, Shefa offshore, 104 km northwest of Port-Vila 6.2 10.0 IV - - -
6[221] Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.7 10.0 - - - -
6[222]  Philippines, Davao offshore, 25 km east of Talagutong 6.3 120.0 IV - - -
6[223]  Iran, Golestan, 13 km south southwest of Azadshahr 5.3 10.0 V The quake caused damage to 50 houses in the region. At least 34 people were injured.[224] - 34
7[225]  Vanuatu, Shefa offshore, 72 km north northeast of Port-Vila 6.2 10.0 VI It was an aftershock of the 6.2 quake the day before. - -
11[226]  Chile, Tarapacá, 82 km north northeast of Tocopilla 6.2 51.0 VII Some houses were damaged, and one person was slightly injured.[227] - 1
12[228]  Japan, Iwate offshore, 58 km southeast of Ōfunato 6.1 34.0 IV - - -
15[229]  Russia, Kamchatka, 21 km west of Esso 6.4 344.0 III - - -
18[230] Central Mid-Atlantic Ridge 6.9 10.0 III - - -
26[231] south of Africa 6.1 10.0 - - - -

October[edit]

October
Strongest magnitude7.6 Mw  United States
Deadliest7.0 Mw  Turkey  Greece
119 deaths
Total fatalities120
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.9133
4.0−4.9861
Rescuers search through the rubble of a collapsed apartment after the 2020 Aegean Sea earthquake.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[232]  Spain, Navarre, 3 km north northeast of Huarte-Uharte 4.4 10.0 IV Some houses suffered slight damage in Pamplona, like cracks in walls or broken windows.[233] - -
1[234]  Tonga, Ha'apai offshore, 39 km northeast of Pangai 6.4 28.0 VI - - -
1[235]  Papua New Guinea, West New Britain, 100 km west northwest of Kandrian 6.1 74.0 V - - -
8[236]  Papua New Guinea, Eastern Highlands, 40 km east northeast of Kainantu 6.3 106.0 V - - -
19[237]  United States, Alaska offshore, 99 km southeast of Sand Point 7.6 28.4 VII The October 2020 Alaska Peninsula earthquake was considered a large aftershock of the July 2020 Alaska Peninsula earthquake, although it had a different focal mechanism to the previous earthquake, and both earthquakes are now considered foreshocks to the 2021 Chignik earthquake. A tsunami warning was issued, then later cancelled. Waves of 76 cm (2.5 feet) were observed, without causing any damage.[238][239] - -
23[240]  Fiji offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.1 454.0 III - - -
25[241]  Indonesia, West Java offshore, 72 km south southwest of Kawalu 5.4 43.0 IV Around ten houses suffered damage, and three people sustained minor injuries.[242] - 3
27[243]  Indonesia, West Sulawesi offshore, 54 km north northeast of Mamuju 5.4 22.0 VI Various houses were damaged in Mamuju Regency. A pregnant woman was killed after falling in a panic during the earthquake.[244] 1 -
30[245]  Greece, North Aegean offshore, 13 km north northeast of Néon Karlovásion

 Turkey, Izmir offshore, 33 km west southwest of Özdere

7.0 21.0 VII The 2020 Aegean Sea earthquake caused widespread damage in the city of Izmir, where many buildings collapsed. A tsunami was also observed in the Greek islands and Turkey. In Turkey, 117 people were found dead in the rubble and 1,034 others were injured. On the Greek island of Samos, two teenagers also died, crushed by a wall, and 19 people were injured. It was the deadliest earthquake of 2020.[246][247][248] 119 1,053

November[edit]

November
Strongest magnitude6.4 Mw  Russia
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.973
4.0−4.9659
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[249]  Chile, Aysén offshore 6.0 10.0 - - - -
7[250]  Tonga, Niuatoputapu offshore, 83 km north norteast of Hihifo 6.2 34.0 IV - - -
11[251]  Fiji, Lau offshore, 291 km west northwest of Haveluloto, Tonga 6.0 417.0 III - - -
15[252]  Philippines, Caraga offshore, 5 km south of Marihatag 6.0 43.0 V Some minor damage was observed in Caraga, like cracks in walls.[253] - -
17[254]  Indonesia, West Sumatra offshore, 222 km south southwest of Padang 6.0 19.0 IV - - -
22[255]  Chile, Maule offshore, 100 km northwest of Constitución 6.1 22.0 IV - - -
22[256]  Algeria, Skikda, 24 km west southwest of Azzaba 5.1 10.0 VI Some houses were damaged in El Harrouch and Aïn Bouziane, including a hospital. However, no injuries were reported.[257] - -
29[258]  Argentina, Salta, 33 km east of Humahuaca 5.8 8.0 VI The earthquake caused rockslides in this mountainous region. In Caspalá, various adobe houses were badly damaged, and some collapsed.[259][260] - -
30[261]  Russia, Khabarovsk offshore, 88 km south southeast of Sovetskaya Gavan' 6.4 589.0 II - - -
30[262]  Argentina, Salta, 71 km west of San Antonio de los Cobres 6.3 189.0 IV - - -

December[edit]

December
Strongest magnitude6.7 Mw  Chile
Deadliest6.4 Mw  Croatia
7 deaths
Total fatalities7
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.911
5.0−5.9105
4.0−4.9723
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[263]  United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 46 km east southeast of Nikolski 6.4 23.0 VII - - -
2[264]  Greece, Thiva, 2 km west of Árma 4.5 10.0 VI A cemetery was completely destroyed in the village of Kallithea, while in the same village a displacement of 6 cm was observed.[265][266] - -
2[267]  Antarctica offshore, Balleny Islands region 6.0 10.0 - - - -
6[268]  Chile, Tarapacá, 115 km east of Iquique 6.1 105.0 VI - - -
10[269]  Taiwan, Yilan offshore, 27 km east of Yilan 6.1 71.0 V - - -
14[270]  Chile, Antofagasta, 75 km north northeast of Calama 6.0 114.0 IV - - -
15[271]  Philippines, Davao offshore, 25 km south of Sarangani 6.1 14.0 VI Some houses sustained cracks in General Santos.[272] - -
16[273]  Peru, Arequipa, 2 km south southeast of Quequeña 5.6 90.4 V Various buildings were damaged in Arequipa province. Rockslides were also observed, blocking roads.[274] - -
20[275]  Japan, Aomori offshore, 100 km east northeast of Hachinohe 6.3 35.0 V - - -
23[276]  Palau, offshore, 90 km southwest of Angaur State 6.1 11.0 IV - - -
25[277]  Philippines, Calabarzon, 2 km east southeast of Calatagan 6.3 109.0 VI Three houses suffered damage in Lubang.[278] - -
27[279]  Turkey, Elazığ, 7 km west northwest of Sivrice 5.5 9.0 VII It was an aftershock of the 2020 Elazığ earthquake. Some damage was caused, and 68 people were injured, two of them seriously after jumping from windows in a panic.[280] - 68
27[281]  Peru, Arequipa offshore, 25 km south southeast of Atiquipa 5.7 39.0 V Some houses were seriously damaged in Caraveli district, and eight of them had to be evacuated.[282] - -
27[283]  Chile, Los Ríos offshore, 141 km west northwest of Corral 6.7 10.0 V A tsunami was observed with heights of 0.16 m (0.52 ft) in Bahía Mansa.[284] - -
28[285]  Croatia, Sisak-Moslavina, 8 km west of Petrinja 4.8 10.0 VI It was a foreshock of the 6.4 quake the day after. Various buildings were damaged in Petrinja, Glina and Sisak.[286] - -
29[287]  Croatia, Sisak-Moslavina, 2 km west southwest of Petrinja 6.4 10.0 IX During the main shock of the 2020 Petrinja earthquakes, serious damage was caused to buildings in Petrinja and surrounding areas as far as Zagreb. Seven people died during the quake, five of whom in Glina. Several others were wounded. The quake was also felt in Serbia, Austria, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Italy.[288][289] 7 25

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