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The March-May 1967 earthquake eventsEdit

EuropeEdit

GreeceEdit

  1. Greece A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Greece, on March 12 at a depth of 36.2 km (22.5 mi).
  2. Greece A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Greece, on March 15 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  3. Greece A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck Greece 12 km (7.5 mi) north northwest of Rodotopion, Epirus on April 15 at a depth of 22.0 km (13.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). The quake damaged some buildings in villages near Ioannina.
  4. Greece A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Dodecanese Islands, Greece, that occurred on April 1.

ItalyEdit

  1. Italy A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck Italy 8 km (5.0 mi) east southeast of Sellano on April 26 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong). Several buildings collapsed. Two people were injured. This was a foreshock of the 6.6 quake.
  2. Italy A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Italy 3 km (1.9 mi) north northwest of Visso on April 26 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IX (Violent). One person died of a heart attack during this earthquake and 8 others were injured when various houses collapsed in the region of Marche. This was a foreshock of the 6.6 quake.
  3. Italy A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Italy 7 km (4.3 mi) north of Norcia on April 30 at a depth of 8.0 km (5.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IX (Violent). The villages of Arquata del Tronto, Visso, Castelsantangelo sul Nera, Ussita, as well as the Basilica of Saint Benedict in Norcia, were destroyed. Two people died of heart attacks during this earthquake and 20 others were injured.

PortugalEdit

  1. A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, near the Azores; on March 24 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).

BulgariaEdit

  1. Bulgaria A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck 24 km west of Bulgaria's capital Sofia on May 22, at a depth of 9.4 km. A woman who suffered a heart attack was the only indirect fatality.

RomaniaEdit

  1. Romania A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck Romania 8 km (5.0 mi) west northwest of Nereju on April 23 at a depth of 92.0 km (57.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). Two people were injured.
  2. Romania A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck Romania 5 km (3.1 mi) from Mărășești on April 22 at a depth of 39.0 km (24.2 mi). The earthquake injured 9 people.

MacedoniaEdit

  1. Republic of Macedonia A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Macedonia 4 km (2.5 mi) east northeast of Skopje on April 11 at a depth of 12.9 km (8.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). The quake caused minor damage to buildings and 30 people were injured while leaving their homes in a panic.

FranceEdit

  1. French Southern and Antarctic Lands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of France's Southern and Antarctic Lands 102 km (63 mi) north northeast of Amsterdam Island on March 23 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  2. France A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck 602 km (374 mi) east of the French Pacific minor territory of Clipperton Island on April 29 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of I (Not felt).
  3. France A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the Île Amsterdam, on May 4 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).

SpainEdit

  1. Spain A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Lorca, Murcia, Spain, on May 11, killing 10 people.

NorwayEdit

  1. Norway A magnitude 6.2 earthquake hit 600 km northwest of Tromsø Norway on May 24, at a depth of 8.8 km.

Bosnia and HerzegovinaEdit

  1. Bosnia and Herzegovina A magnitude 3.9 earthquake struck 5 km (3.1 mi) north of Velagici, Bosnia and Herzegovina on April 25 at a depth of 23.4 km (14.5 mi). It was the largest in a series of earthquakes, and caused damage to houses and a school in Velagici.

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RussiaEdit

  1. Russia A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the Kuril Islands on March 1 at a depth of 40.9 km (25.4 mi).
  2. Russia A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the Kuril Islands on March 2 at a depth of 31.7 km (19.7 mi).
  3. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Lake Taymyr, northern Russia, on March 8 at a depth of 28.0 km (17.4 mi).
  4. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Syktyvkar, on March 8 at a depth of 28.0 km (17.4 mi).
  5. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Kuril Islands on March 10.
  6. Russia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the Sea of Okhotsk on March 10.
  7. Russia A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Mozdock, on March 12 at a depth of 47.2 km (29.3 mi).
  8. Russia A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck offshore of Russia 216 km (134 mi) south of Ust'- Kamchatsk Staryy, Kamchatka Peninsula on March 20 at a depth of 30.0 km (18.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). 
  9. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Bolshevik Island northern Russia on March 21 at a depth of 15.1 km (9.4 mi).
  10. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Krasnordar on March 21 at a depth of 36.7 km (22.8 mi).
  11. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Grozny on March 21 at a depth of 36.7 km (22.8 mi).
  12. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck 268 km East of Kurilsk, Russia, on May 8, at a depth of 20 km.
  13. Russia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Kuril Islands on May 20, at a depth of 22.7 km.
  14. Russia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Kuril Islands on May 20.
  15. Russia A magnitude 8.3 earthquake struck the Sea of Okhotsk on May 24 at a depth of 608.9 km (378.4 mi). The earthquake was felt 4,000 miles (6,400 km) away in Moscow. 
  16. Russia A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck the Sea of Okhotsk on March 24 at a depth of 623.0 km (387.1 mi).
  17. Russia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the Sea of Japan on March 24.
  18. Russia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck off the coast of Kamchatka, Russia on April 30.

GeorgiaEdit

  1. Georgia (country) A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Georgia on March 7.

AzerbaijanEdit

  1. Azerbaijan A magnitude 5.0 earthquake struck Azerbaijan 12 km (7.5 mi) northwest of Imishli on April 1 at a depth of 16.0 km (9.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). One man died of a heart attack in Parsabad, in the far northwest of Iran.

TajikistanEdit

  1. Tajikistan A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Tajikistan 106 km (66 mi) west of Murghab on March 7 at a depth of 33.0 km (20.5 mi). One truck driver and a policeman were killed while dozens more were injured and 500 homes destroyed. The earthquake was also felt in Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan and India.
  2. Tajikistan A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Northern Tajikistan on April 4, leaving 20,000 homeless.

AsiaEdit

BhutanEdit

  1. Bhutan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Bhutan on September 21, killing 11 people.

MyanmarEdit

  1. Myanmar A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Naypyidaw on September 23, killing 12 people.

PakistanEdit

  1. Pakistan A magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck Pakistan 42 km (26 mi) north northwest of Athmuqam on October 1 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate) on April 5. Two people died and thirty others were injured.
  2. Pakistan A magnitude 4.6 earthquake struck Pakistan 11 km (6.8 mi) north of Sann on April 22 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock killed one person and left nine others injured in Hyderabad.

NepalEdit

  1. Nepal A magnitude 5.2 earthquake struck Nepal 19 km (12 mi) north of Kathmandu on March 5 at a depth of 23.5 km (14.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). 66 people were injured in Nepal during this earthquake, while one person died of a heart attack in Muzaffarpur, India.
  2. Nepal A magnitude 4.1 earthquake struck Nepal 4 km (2.5 mi) south southwest of Patan on April 9 at a depth of 10.2 km (6.3 mi). At least three people were injured.

AfghanistanEdit

  1. Afghanistan A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Afghanistan 41 km (25 mi) west southwest of Ashkasham in Badakhshan province on March 25 at a depth of 203.4 km (126.4 mi). 12 people were hospitalized in Nangarhar province, including some university students in Jalalabad, who were injured in a stampede while students trying to escape a building. Four people were killed in Pakistan. At least 100 people were injured. The quake was also strongly felt in Tajikistan and India.
  2. Afghanistan A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Afghanistan 42 km (26 mi) west southwest of Ashkasham, Badakhshan Province on April 10 at a depth of 212.0 km (131.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). Six people were killed and forty-six injured in Pakistan.
  3. Afghanistan A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck Central Afghanistan on April 18, killing 11 people.
  4. Afghanistan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Hindu Kush Region, Afghanistan, on May 14.

TaiwanEdit

  1. Taiwan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Taiwan, on March 2 at a depth of 20.0 km (12.4 mi), killing 4 people including a mountain climber by falling rocks.
  2. Taiwan A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Taiwan 25 km (16 mi) southeast of the Yujing district of Tainan City on March 6 at a depth of 23.0 km (14.3 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). Numerous buildings, including a residential tower, collapsed in Yongkang district. 117 people were killed and 550 were injured.
  3. Taiwan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Taiwan on March 27 at a depth of 20.7 km (12.9 mi), killing one person.
  4. Taiwan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck near the southeast coast of Taiwan on April 11 at a depth of 10 km.

ChinaEdit

  1. China A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck southeastern Gansu, on March 21 at a depth of 9.8 km (6.1 mi). At least 95 people were killed and more than 1,000 others injured, with more than 9,000 houses collapsing.
  2. China A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck Yunnan, China, on March 31 at a depth of 9.8 km, killing 5 people.
  3. China A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck China 97 km (60 mi) southeast of Yilkiqi, Hotan Prefecture, Xinjiang on July 3 at a depth of 20.0 km (12.4 mi). Three people were killed, 71 were injured and about 3,000 homes destroyed or damaged.
  4. China A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck Yushu, China on April 13, killing 2,968 people.
  5. China A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Yushu, China on April 14.
  6. China A magnitude 5.2 earthquake struck China 66 km (41 mi) northwest of Gyamotang, Tibet Autonomous Region on May 11 at a depth of 8.0 km (5.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). Sixty people were reported injured, six seriously; with collapsed houses and bridges and roads damaged due to landslides.
  7. China A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Eastern Sichuan, China on April 30, killing one person.
  8. China A magnitude 4.4 earthquake struck Guizhou, China on on April 4, killing 8 people.
  9. China A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck China 135 km (84 mi) northeast of Dartang, Tibet Autonomous Region on May 17 at a depth of 23.3 km (14.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). One person died during this earthquake.
  10. China A magnitude 4.9 earthquake struck Yangzhou on May 20, at a depth of 13.9 km. 1 death is confirmed.
  11. China A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Northern Xinjiang on May 30, at a depth of 10 km.

IndiaEdit

  1. India A magnitude 5.2 earthquake struck the Indian capital of New Delhi, on March 5, at a depth of 10 km injuring at least 15 people.
  2. India A magnitude 3.6 earthquake struck the Indian capital of New Delhi, on March 13, at a depth of 5 km eight days after a 5.2 earthquake in the same region.
  3. India A magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck Jammu and Kashmir on March 27 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 mi). Two people were killed by landslides.
  4. India A magnitude 3.5 earthquake struck Sikkim, India on May 29, killing 2 people.

PhilippinesEdit

  1. Philippines A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Negros, Philippines, on March 11.
  2. Philippines A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck near Mindanao, Philippines on March 28.
  3. Philippines A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Philippines 15 km (9.3 mi) northwest of Siocon, Zamboanga del Norte on April 13 at a depth of 17.0 km (10.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong).
  4. Philippines A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the Philippines 36 km (22 mi) southeast of Tamisan, Davao Oriental, on April 24 at a depth of 65.0 km (40.4 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate).
  5. Philippines A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Mindanao, Philippines on April 24.
  6. Philippines A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Mindanao, Philippines on April 29.
  7. Philippines A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Burgos, Philippines, on May 2, at depth of 54.5 km.

JapanEdit

  1. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Kyushu, Japan on March 3.
  2. Japan A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck 212 km off the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on March 10.
  3. Japan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck 212 km off the east coast of Honshu, of Japan on March 28 at a depth of 34 km (21 mi).
  4. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Bonin Islands on April 3.
  5. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck offshore of Japan 360 km (220 mi) southeast of Hachijō-jima, Izu Islands on April 20 at a depth of 9.0 km (5.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of III (Weak).
  6. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck offshore of Japan 143 km (89 mi) east southeast of Katsuura, Chiba Prefecture on April 23 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  7. Japan A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck offshore of Japan 71 km (44 mi) east northeast of Iwo Jima on April 4 at a depth of 510.0 km (316.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of II (Weak).
  8. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Japan 78 km (48 mi) east of Mutsu on April 10 at a depth of 41.0 km (25.5 mi).
  9. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Japan 78 km (48 mi) Kumamoto City on April 120 at a depth of 41.0 km (25.5 mi), killin 2 and wounding 8.
  10. Japan A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Japan 1 km (0.62 mi) east of Kumamoto City on April 15 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IX (Violent). 41 people were killed and more than 1,000 others were injured. 8,700 buildings were damaged and a bridge collapsed in Aso, Kumamoto Prefecture.
  11. Japan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck eastern Honshu, Japan on April 1. 
  12. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck off the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on May 5. 
  13. Japan A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on April 7, killing four people.
  14. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Kyushu, Japan, on April 9. 
  15. Japan A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck eastern Honshu, Japan, on April 11, killing seven people.  
  16. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on April 11. 
  17. Japan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck eastern Honshu, Japan, on April 12 
  18. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck off the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on April 13. 
  19. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck off the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on May 13. 
  20. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Japan 6 km (3.7 mi) south of Kurayoshi, on May 21 at a depth of 5.6 km (3.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VIII (Severe). At least 20 people were injured and some damage was caused. 
  21. Japan A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck off the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on April 21.
  22. Japan A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck near the east coast of Honshu, Japan, on April 23. 
  23. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck about 100 km northeast of Hokkaido Japan on May 23, at a depth of 40.7 km.
  24. Japan A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck near Honshu, Japan on May 23.

Indonesia Edit

  1. Indonesia A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Sumatra, Indonesia on March 1 at a depth of 9.9 km (6.2 mi).
  2. Indonesia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Sumatra, Indonesia on March 1 at a depth of 20.0 km (12.4 mi).
  3. Indonesia A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck offshore of Indonesia 659 km (409 mi) southwest of Muara Siberut, Mentawai Islands on March 2 at a depth of 24.0 km (14.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of III (Weak).
  4. Indonesia A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck offshore of Java, Indonesia on March 7.
  5. Indonesia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Simeulue, Indonesia on March 9.
  6. Indonesia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Indonesia 0 km (0 mi) west of Komerda, East Nusa Tenggara on March 12 at a depth of 28.0 km (17.4 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong).
  7. Indonesia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Indonesia 151 km (94 mi) southeast of Tobelo on March 17 at a depth of 9.0 km (5.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong).
  8. Indonesia A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Java, Indonesia on March 22, killing 81 people.
  9. Indonesia A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Indonesia 48 km (30 mi) northwest of Sikabaluan on Siberut island on March 3 at a depth of 28.0 km (17.4 mi).
  10. Indonesia A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Sumatra, Indonesia on March 19 at a depth of 38.8 km (24.1 mi).
  11. Indonesia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Sumatra, Indonesia on March 23.
  12. Indonesia A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Banda Sea on March 26.
  13. Indonesia A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck Sumatra, Indonesia on March 30, killing 1,117 people.
  14. Indonesia A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Java, Indonesia on on April 4, killing one person.
  15. Indonesia A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Maluku, Indonesia 179 km (111 mi) northeast of Lospalos on April 6 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  16. Indonesia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Indonesia 51 km (32 mi) north northwest of Jayapura, Papua on April 17 at a depth of 9.0 km (5.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  17. Indonesia A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Java, Indonesia, on May 1, at depth of 142 km.
  18. Indonesia A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck south of Java, Indonesia, on April 3.
  19. Indonesia A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Indonesia 161 km (100 mi) north northwest of Pamanukan, West Java on May 19 at a depth of 614.0 km (381.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of III (Weak).
  20. Indonesia A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Sulawesi, Indonesia, on April 24.
  21. Indonesia A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Simeulue, Indonesia, on May 25, at a depth of 22 km. One man died while fleeing his home.

S. KoreaEdit

  1. South Korea A magnitude 5.4 earthquake struck South Korea 6 km (3.7 mi) south of Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province on April 12 at a depth of 13.0 km (8.1 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). It is the strongest earthquake ever recorded in South Korea. Eight people were injured and 253 properties damaged.

MyanmarEdit

  1. Myanmar A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck Myanmar 75 km (47 mi) southeast of Mawlaik on April 13 at a depth of 136.0 km (84.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong). 2 people were killed and 70 injured in Assam, India; 50 people were hurt in Chittagong, Bangladesh; 27 dead and 30 inhered in Myanmar.
  2. Myanmar A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck near Shwebo, Myanmar, on May 11, at a depth of 9.8 km, with at least 38 dead or missing.
  3. Myanmar: A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Shwebo, Myanmar, on May 11, at a depth of 9.8 km.

OceaniaEdit

PNGEdit

  1. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck offshore of Papua New Guinea 88 km (55 mi) west southwest of Panguna on March 8 at a depth of 29.0 km (18.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate).
  2. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea on March 11 at a depth of 28.9 km (18.0 mi).
  3. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck eastern New Guinea on April 17.
  4. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the New Britain Region, Papua New Guinea on April 20.
  5. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck near New Ireland, Papua New Guinea, on May 2, at a depth of 70.6 km. 
  6. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck the Bouganville Region in Papua New Guinea on May 15. 
  7. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Papua New Guinea 143 km (89 mi) north of Kimbe, West New Britain on May 15 at a depth of 442.0 km (274.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of III (Weak). 
  8. Papua New Guinea A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Papua New Guinea 77 km (48 mi) west northwest of Kandrian, West New Britain on May 17 at a depth of 42.0 km (26.1 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). 

NMIEdit

  1. Northern Mariana Islands A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Northern Mariana Islands on March 14 at a depth of 601.8 km (373.9 mi).
  2. Northern Mariana Islands A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck the Northern Mariana Islands, on March 17 at a depth of 9.0 km (5.6 mi).
  3. Northern Mariana Islands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Northern Mariana Islands, on March 19 at a depth of 511.0 km (317.5 mi).
  4. Northern Mariana Islands A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Mariana Islands region on May 2 at a depth of 8.0 km (5.0 mi).

Solomon IslandsEdit

  1. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 2, at a depth of 10 km.
  2. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Solomon Islands, on March 5 at a depth of 64.7 km (40.2 mi).
  3. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 10 km.
  4. Solomon Islands A magnitude 8.0 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 28.7 km. The earthquake generated a 1.5 m (5 ft) tsunami, which destroyed several coastal villages, killing at least 13.
  5. Solomon Islands A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 10.1 km.
  6. Solomon Islands A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 10.1 km.
  7. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 10.1 km.
  8. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 6, at a depth of 10.1 km.
  9. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 7, at a depth of 9.8 km.
  10. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 7, at a depth of 10 km.
  11. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 7, at a depth of 10 km.
  12. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 8, at a depth of 18 km.
  13. Solomon Islands A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Santa Cruz Islands on March 8, at a depth of 21 km.
  14. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck offshore of the Solomon Islands 177 km (110 mi) southeast of Gizo on March 12 at a depth of 6.4 km (4.0 mi). This was an aftershock of the 6.6 magnitude quake.
  15. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on March 14.
  16. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 3 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  17. Solomon Islands A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 3 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). There were no deaths, yet many were left homeless by the tsunami.
  18. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 5.
  19. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 5.
  20. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 9 at a depth of 12.0 km (7.5 mi).
  21. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands 86 km (53 mi) west of Honiara on April 14 at a depth of 14.0 km (8.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate).
  22. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.9 earthquake struck the Solomon Islands on April 23.
  23. Solomon Islands A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Solomon Islands, on May 25, at a depth of 22.9 km.

Christmas IslandEdit

  1. Christmas Island A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck 176 km (109 mi) east of Christmas Island, on March 13 at a depth of 9.7 km (6.0 mi).

FijiEdit

  1. Fiji A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Fiji, on March 23 at a depth of 377.1 km (234.3 mi).
  2. Fiji A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Fiji on March 24 at a depth of 10 km (6.2 mi).
  3. Fiji A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the Fiji Island Region on April 3.

Tonga Edit

  1. Tonga A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Tonga, on March 2 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  2. Tonga A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Tonga on March 11 at a depth of 205.4 km (127.6 mi).
  3. Tonga A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Tonga 32 km (20 mi) west northwest of Nuku`alofa on February 15 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong).
  4. Tonga A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck Tonga on March 23 at a depth of 171.4 km (106.5 mi).
  5. Tonga A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Tonga on March 23 at a depth of 154.1 km (95.8 mi).
  6. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Western Pacific-Antarctic Ridge, near Tonga, on March 27 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of I (Not felt).
  7. Tonga A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck offshore of Tonga 118 km (73 mi) west northwest of Neiafu on April 24 at a depth of 202.0 km (125.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  8. Tonga A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck offshore of Tonga 132 km (82 mi) west northwest of Hihifo on May 26 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).

VanuatuEdit

  1. Vanuatu A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Vanuatu on March 9.
  2. Vanuatu A magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck Vanuatu on March 25.
  3. Vanuatu A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Vanuatu on March 26.
  4. Vanuatu A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck near Vanuatu, on May 6, at a depth of 162.7 km.

W. SamoaEdit

  1. W. Samoa A magnitude 8.1 earthquake struck W. Samoa on March 27, killing 192 people.
  2. W. Samoa A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck W. Samoa on March 28.
  3. W. Samoa A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck W. Samoa on March 29.

AustraliaEdit

  1. Australia A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck Australia 54 km (34 mi) east northeast of Bowen in Queensland on April 18 at a depth of 7.8 km (4.8 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong). The quake, the highest magnitude to affect Queensland in 20 years, caused minor damage and briefly caused the evacuation of some airports.
  2. Australia A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck West of Macquarie Island, Australia, on May 9.

NZEdit

  1. New Zealand A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Kermadec Islands, on March 1 at a depth of 172.4 km (107.1 mi).
  2. New Zealand A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck New Zealand 12 km (7.5 mi) east northeast of Christchurch on March 2 at a depth of 7.6 km (4.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VIII (Severe). Minor damage was reported and parts of the region suffered from liquefaction. A part of Godley Head collapsed and other cliffs collapsed as well.
  3. New Zealand A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck offshore of New Zealand 125 km (78 mi) northwest of L'Esperance Rock on March 14 at a depth of 391.0 km (243.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of III (Weak).
  4. New Zealand A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck the Kermadec Islands, New Zealand on March 15.
  5. New Zealand A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Macquarie Island on March 20.
  6. New Zealand A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Auckland Islands on March 23.
  7. New Zealand A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Macquarie Island on March 24.
  8. New Zealand A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck New Zealand, near the Cook Strait, on 3 May at 22:36 NZST, at a depth of 236.1 km. The USGS, however, listed this quake as 6.3.
  9. New Zealand A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck south of the Kermadec Islands, New Zealand, on April 18.

American SamoaEdit

  1. American Samoa A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck American Samoa on April 21.

New CaledoniaEdit

  1. New Caledonia A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck off New Caledonia on the March 3, at a depth of 15.2 km.
  2. New Caledonia A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck offshore of the French Pacific special collectivity of New Caledonia 110 km (68 mi) east of Île Hunter on April 12 at a depth of 16.4 km (10.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate).
  3. New Caledonia A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck the Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia, on May 10.

AfricaEdit

S. AfricaEdit

  1. South Africa A magnitude 3.5 earthquake struck central South Africa on March 6, killing 2 people.

MalawiEdit

  1. Malawi A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck Malawi on March 8, killing 1 person.
  2. Malawi A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Malawi on March 19, killing 3 people.

BurundiEdit

  1. Burundi A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck Burundi 24 km (15 mi) southeast of Cyangugu, Rwanda, on April 23 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong). The quake killed 6 people and injured 5 others in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of the Congo. In Rwanda, this earthquake also killed one person, and injured more than 20 when various houses collapsed in Rusizi district.

TanzaniaEdit

  1. Tanzania A magnitude 5.9 earthquake struck Tanzania 27 km (17 mi) northeast of Nsunga, Kagera Region on April 10 at a depth of 40.0 km (24.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). Nineteen people were killed and 252 injured in Tanzania as well as four people killed and seven injured in Uganda's Rakai District. Several houses collapsed in the Kangera regional capital of Bukoba and in Uganda.

Ascension IslandEdit

  1. Ascension Island A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Ascension Island on March 10.

MauritiusEdit

  1. Mauritius A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck 386 km (240 mi) NE of Rodrigues,976 km (606 mi) ENE of Mauritius on May 26, at a depth of 9.8 km.

N. AmericaEdit

CanadaEdit

  • Canada A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck off the Vancouver Island region, Canada, on May 7, at a depth of 16.6 km.
  • Canada A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck off the Vancouver Island region, Canada, on May 8, at a depth of 16.7 km.
  • Canada A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck off the Vancouver Island region, Canada, on May 9, at a depth of 16.8 km.

USAEdit

  1. United States A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck near the Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, on March 2.
  2. United States A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck offshore of the United States 72 km (45 mi) south southeast of Atka, Alaska on March 12 at a depth of 19.0 km (11.8 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  3. United States A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of the United States 75 km (47 mi) south of Atka, Alaska on March 19 at a depth of 17.0 km (10.6 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). This was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake.
  4. United States A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Alaska, United States, on March 16.
  5. United States A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck Virginia on March 23; it caused minor widespread damage.
  6. United States A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck San Diego, California on April 10 at a depth of 27.8 km (18.2 mi). 2,500 of injuries were reported, and 750 deaths confirmed. It was followed 1 day later by a strong aftershock of 6.2.
  7. United States A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near Prague, Oklahoma on May 4.
  8. United States A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near Prague, Oklahoma on May 5.
  9. United States A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near Prague, Oklahoma on May 6.
  10. United States A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck near Eugene, Oregon on May 8. 2 died ad 38 are injured.
  11. United States A magnitude 9.4–9.6 earthquake struck Tucson on May 22; it caused extreme widespread damage and was felt by more people than any other quake in U.S. and Mexican history. Almost 2,500 dead and 5,400 injured, mostly in Arizona and many others over the border in Sonora Mexico. Major damage traveled as far as Pheonix. Tremors were felt in both Omaha and Guadalajara. The most distant fatality was in Denver, when 1 person was knocked of a ladder and was injured in the fall. It was followed 1 day later by a strong aftershock of 7.2.
  12. United States A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck near the Fox Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska, on April 2.
  13. United States A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Eureka, California on April 9 at a depth of 29.3 km (18.2 mi). Dozens of injuries were reported, but no deaths confirmed.
  14. United States A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Fox Islands, Alaska on April 18.
  15. United States A magnitude 6.5 earthquake occurred in the Bering Sea on April 28.
  16. United States A magnitude 6.3 earthquake occurred in the Bering Sea on April 30.
  17. United States A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck 96 km southeast of Nikolski, Alaska on May 10, at a depth of 13.1 km.

MexicoEdit

  1. A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the southern East Pacific Rise, in the Gulf of California, on March 16 at a depth of 13.0 km (8.1 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of I (Not felt).
  2. Mexico A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck offshore of Guadalajara, Mexico on March 24.
  3. Mexico A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Mexico 12 km (7.5 mi) southwest of Tres Picos in the state of Chiapas on March 27 at a depth of 85.0 km (52.8 mi).
  4. Mexico A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck the Revillagigedo Islands region, Mexico on April 1.
  5. Mexico A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Veracruz, Mexico, on April 7.
  6. Mexico A magnitude 6.5 earthquake hit Mexico, near Michoacán, on April 11, at a depth of 20 km.
  7. Mexico A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck offshore of Guadalajara, Mexico on May 6.
  8. Mexico A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck offshore of Guadalajara, Mexico on May 7.
  9. Mexico A magnitude 5.7 earthquake struck offshore of Guadalajara, Mexico on May 8.
  10. Mexico A magnitude 6.2 struck Baja California, Mexico on April 12. It was followed 1 day later by a strong aftershock of 6.9.
  11. Mexico A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Mexico 83 km (52 mi) west southwest of Puerto Madero, Chiapas on April 25 at a depth of 16.0 km (9.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light)
  12. Mexico A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Mexico 75 km (47 mi) west southwest of Puerto Madero, Chiapas on April 27 at a depth of 16.0 km (9.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). This was an aftershock of the 6.0 quake.

Central America and the CaribbeanEdit

NicaraguaEdit

  1. Nicaragua A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck Nicaragua, on March 15 at a depth of 35.8 km (22.2 mi).

GuatemalaEdit

  1. Guatemala A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Guatemala on March 25 at a depth of 189.0 km (117.4 mi).
  2. Guatemala A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck offshore of Guatemala 110 km (68 mi) south southwest of Champerico, Retalhuleu department on April 15 at a depth of 22.4 km (13.9 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  3. Guatemala A magnitude 7.4 earthquake struck off the coast of Guatemala, near Mexico, on May 7, at depth of 41.6 km, with 39 people dead.

Antigua and BarbudaEdit

  1. Antigua and Barbuda A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Antigua and Barbuda 124 km (77 mi) east northeast of Codrington on March 19 at a depth of 26.0 km (16.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).

HaitiEdit

  1. Haiti A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck northern Haiti on April 8 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  2. Haiti A magnitude 4.8 earthquake struck central Haiti on April 9 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  3. Haiti A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck eastern Haiti on April 10 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  4. Haiti A devastating magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti on April 12 at a depth of 13.0 km (8.1 mi), killing up to 316,000 people, injuring 450,000 and affecting millions. It was followed the next day by a aftershock of 6.3.
  5. Haiti A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck southern Haiti on May 12 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  6. Haiti A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck western Haiti on June 12 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).

Dominican RepublicEdit

Dominican Republic A magnitude 3.5 earthquake struck the west of the Dominican Republic on March 6, killing 2 people.

BarbadosEdit

  1. Barbados A magnitude 6.5 earthquake struck offshore of Barbados 127 km (79 mi) northeast of Bathsheba on July 16 at a depth of 20.0 km (12.4 mi).

Costa RicaEdit

  1. Costa Rica A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck southern pacific coast of Costa Rica Punta Burica, on May 3, at a depth of 10 km.
  2. Costa Rica A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Costa Rica on May 13.

PanamaEdit

  1. Panama A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck 15 km (9.3 mi) east southeast of Punta de Burica, Panama on April 6 at a depth of 15.0 km (9.3 mi).
  2. Panama A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck south of Panama on April 30.
  3. Panama A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean 346 km south of David, Panama on 4 May, at a depth of 7 km.

S. AmericaEdit

ArgentinaEdit

  1. Argentina A magnitude 6.7 earthquake struck near the Santiago Del Estero Province, Argentina, on March 2.
  2. Argentina A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck northern Sasowa, near Añatuya, on March 5, at a depth of 550 km.
  3. Argentina A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Argentina 49 km (30 mi) west southwest of La Quiaca, Jujuy on April 4 at a depth of 270.0 km (167.8 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).
  4. Argentina A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck 8 km southeast of Yacuiba, Bolivia and 54 km north-northeast of Tartagal, Salta, Argentina on 2 May, at a depth of 519.6 km.

ChileEdit

  1. Chile A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck Chile, 36 km (22 mi) west of Ovalle on March 1 at a depth of 29.0 km (18.0 mi).
  2. Chile A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore Cardenal Caro Province, Chile, on March 15.
  3. Chile A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck Chile 36 km (22 mi) west of Ovalle on March 15 at a depth of 29.0 km (18.0 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong).
  4. Chile A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck near Easter Island on March 17tht of Coquimbo on March 22 at a depth of 12.0 km (7.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). This was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake.
  5. Chile A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Chile 36 km (22 mi) west of Ovalle on March 20 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  6. Chile A magnitude 8.3 earthquake struck Chile 48 km (30 mi) west of Illapel on March 20 at a depth of 22.4 km (13.9 mi). Thirteen people were killed, six are missing and one million were evacuated in Chile. One man died in Argentina. A tsunami occurred reaching as high as 4.75 m (15.6 ft) in Coquimbo, 1 m (3 ft 3 in) in Hawaii, and an 80 cm (31 in) wave was recorded at the port of Kuji, Iwate Prefecture, Japan.
  7. Chile A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck Chile 55 km (34 mi) west of Illapel on March 20 at a depth of 26.7 km (16.6 mi). This was an aftershock of the 8.3 magnitude quake.
  8. Chile A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Chile 56 km (35 mi) west southwest of Illapel on March 20 at a depth of 19.1 km (11.9 mi). This was an aftershock of the 8.3 magnitude quake.
  9. Chile A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the Tarapacá Region, Chile, on April 2.
  10. Chile A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Illapel, Chile on April 18.
  11. Chile A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Concepción on April 21.
  12. Chile A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck Antofagasta, Chile on April 28.
  13. Chile A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck offshore of Chile 86 km (53 mi) west southwest of San Antonio on May 27 at a depth of 12.6 km (7.8 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).

VenezuelaEdit

  1. Venezuela A magnitude 6.3 earthquake struck offshore Carabobo, Venezuela on March 12.
  2. Venezuela A magnitude 5.3 earthquake struck Venezuela 2 km (1.2 mi) north northwest of Lagunillas in the state of Mérida on March 22 at a depth of 28.1 km (17.5 mi). One man was killed by rockfalls triggered by the earthquake.

PeruEdit

  1. Peru A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck Peru 173 km (107 mi) west northwest of Iberia on March 24 at a depth of 606.2 km (376.7 mi).
  2. Peru A magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck Peru 211 km (131 mi) south of Tarauacá, Brazil on March 24 at a depth of 620.6 km (385.6 mi). This was a major aftershock of the 7.6 magnitude quake.
  3. Peru A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Central Peru on May 2, at a depth of 143.3 km.
  4. Peru A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Central Peru, on May 11, at a depth of 100 km.
  5. Peru A magnitude 5.0 earthquake struck Peru 28 km (17 mi) southwest of Pimentel, Lambayeque Region on May 16 at a depth of 40.7 km (25.3 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of V (Moderate). One person died in Lambayeque when a floor lamp fell on her.

ColombiaEdit

  1. Colombia A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Colombia 9 km (5.6 mi) north northeast of Aratoca on March 10 at a depth of 155.0 km (96.3 mi).
  2. Colombia A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Colombia 32 km (20 mi) east northeast of Mutatá, Antioquia on April 14 at a depth of 18.0 km (11.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong).
  3. Colombia A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck Colombia 35 km (22 mi) east of the town of Colombia on May 31 at a depth of 33.0 km (20.5 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light). The widespread damage caused by the earthquake led to a declaration of public disaster by the Colombian government in northern Huila.

Falkland IslandsEdit

  1. A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the South Atlantic Ocean, near the Falkland Islands (Islas Malvinas), on March 9.
  2. Falkland Islands A magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the South Atlantic Ocean off the Falkland Islands, on March 25 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).

EcuadorEdit

  1. Ecuador A magnitude 5.1 earthquake struck Ecuador 22 km (14 mi) west southwest of Cayambe on April 12 at a depth of 11.9 km (7.4 mi). The earthquake killed at least 4 people and another 8 were injured.
  2. Ecuador A magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Pastaza Province in Ecuador on April 12.
  3. Ecuador A magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Ecuador 27 km (17 mi) south southeast of Muisne in Esmeraldas province on April 16 at a depth of 20.6 km (12.8 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VIII (Severe). 668 people were killed, 8 missing and over 6,200 injured. 7,000 buildings were destroyed or damaged.
  4. Ecuador A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Ecuador 20 km (12 mi) west northwest of Muisne in Esmeraldas province on April 20 at a depth of 14.0 km (8.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VI (Strong). This was an aftershock of the 7.8 quake.
  5. Ecuador A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Ecuador 11 km (6.8 mi) north of Muisne in Esmeraldas province on April 20 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). This was an aftershock of the 7.8 quake.
  6. Ecuador A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Ecuador 35 km (22 mi) north northwest of Bahia de Caraquez in Manabi province on April 22 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of VII (Very strong). This was an aftershock of the 7.8 quake.

BoliviaEdit

  1. Bolivia A magnitude 6.6 earthquake struck the Beni region, Bolivia on November 22.

AntarcticaEdit

AntarcticaEdit

  1. Antarctica A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Scotia Sea, on March 14 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  2. Antarctica A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck the Scotia Sea, on March 16 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).
  3. Antarctica A magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck the Scotia Sea, on March 17 at a depth of 10.0 km (6.2 mi).

South GeorgiaEdit

  1. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the South Sandwich Islands on March 19 at a depth of 31.3 km (19.4 mi).
  2. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands A magnitude 6.8 earthquake struck the South Sandwich Islands on April 5 at a depth of 13.0 km (8.1 mi).
  3. South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands A magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck offshore of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 108 km (67 mi) north of Visokoi Island on April 19 at a depth of 14.0 km (8.7 mi). The shock had a maximum intensity of IV (Light).

Kerguelen IslandsEdit

  1. Kerguelen Islands A magnitude 4.5 earthquake struck Port-aux-Français on March 9.

Middle EastEdit

TurkeyEdit

  1. Turkey A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck near Van, Turkey on May 9, killing 40 people.
  2. Turkey A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck the Kütahya Province in Turkey on May 19, killing at least 2 people.

IranEdit

  1. Iran A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck the Strait of Hormuz on March 11 at a depth of 14 km (8.7 mi). One child was killed by the quake.
  2. Iran A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck Iran, on March 28 at a depth of 16.4 km (10.2 mi). The earthquake killed at least 7 people and another 30 were injured.
  3. Iran A magnitude 5.8 earthquake struck Southern Iran on April 20, killing 1 person.
  4. Iran A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck Northeastern Iran on April 30.
  5. Iran A magnitude 6.4 earthquake hit Iran, near Ahar, on May 11, at a depth of 9.9 km.
  6. Iran A magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit Iran, near Tabriz, on May 11, at a depth of 9.8 km. According to local authorities, at least 306 people were killed, 3,037 injured, and several villages heavily damaged or destroyed across the region after the twin shocks.

YemenEdit

  1. Yemen A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Carlsberg Ridge, In the Yemen's maritime territory, on May 6, at depth of 10.2 km.

Decmber 1967 volcanosEdit

Eruptions similar to the real life https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1980_eruption_of_Mount_St._Helens 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens hit the world in de December of 1967.

AntarcticaEdit

  1. Mount Erebus

ColombiaEdit

  1. Nevado del Ruiz

PhilippinesEdit

  1. Mount Pinatubo

USAEdit

  1. Mount St. Helens
  2. Kīlauea (Hawaii)
  3. Mount Cleveland (Alaska)
  4. Mount Shishaldin (Alaska)

RussiaEdit

  1. Bezymianny
  2. Zhupanovsky

IndonisiaEdit

  1. Mount Agung

ItalyEdit

  1. Stromboli

VanuatuEdit

  1. Mount Yasur

MexicoEdit

  1. Popocatépetl

NicaraguaEdit

  1. Concepción
  2. San Cristóbal

Papua New GuineaEdit

  1. Manam Motu

EthiopiaEdit

  1. Erta Ale

JapanEdit

  1. Suwanosejima

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