Significant Earthquakes of the World

2012

                                                                                                            November 19, 2012

                                          SIGNIFICANT EARTHQUAKES OF THE WORLD, 2012


Earthquakes of magnitude 6.5 or greater or ones that caused fatalities, injuries or substantial damage.
   BRK--Berkeley.  PAS--Pasadena.  


 DATE  ORIGIN TIME      GEOGRAPHIC       DEPTH  MAG   SD  NO.           REGION, ADDITIONAL MAGNITUDES AND COMMENTS
 UTC       UTC         COORDINATES                        STA
        HR MN SEC     LAT       LONG                      USED

JAN 01  05 27 55.9  31.456 N  138.072 E  365    6.8  0.8  628  IZU ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION. MW 6.8 (WCMT), 6.8 (UCMT), 6.8 (GCMT).    
                                                                mb 6.2 (GS). Mo 1.8*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 1.9*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 
                                                                1.9*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 1.8*10**19 Nm (PPT). Felt (V) at Chiba; 
                                                                (IV) at Fussa, Kawasaki, Saitama, Tokyo, Yokohama and Yokosuka; 
                                                                (III) at Ebina, Zama and Zushi; (II) at Misawa and Narita, 
                                                                Honshu. Recorded (4 JMA) in Chiba, Fukushima, Gumma, Ibaraki, 
                                                                Kanagawa, Miyagi, Saitama, Tochigi and Tokyo.

JAN 10  18 36 59.0   2.433 N   93.210 E   19 G  7.2  1.1  443  OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA. MW 7.2 (WCMT), 7.2    
                                                                (UCMT), 7.1 (GS), 7.2 (GCMT). mb 6.6 (GS). MS 7.0 (GS). ME 7.6 
                                                                (GS). Mo 7.1*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 7.2*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 5.8*10**19 
                                                                Nm (GS), 7.2*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 4.1*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 
                                                                5.5*10**15 Nm (GS). Felt (IV) at Banda Aceh and (II) at 
                                                                Mandailing, Medan and Pematangsiantar. Also felt in Padang 
                                                                Pariaman and at Sigli. Felt (III) on Pulau Simeulue. Felt (II) 
                                                                at Gelugor, Georgetown and Tanjung Tokong, Malaysia. Also felt 
                                                                at Ayer Itam, Butterworth, Kuah, Sungai Ara and Tangkak. Felt in 
                                                                Singapore, at Colombo, Sri Lanka and at Bangkok and Phuket, 
                                                                Thailand.

JAN 15  13 40 19.5  60.948 S   56.113 W    8 G  6.6  1.1  147  SOUTH SHETLAND ISLANDS. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.6 (UCMT), 6.4 (GS), 6.5    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.5 (GS). MS 6.4 (GS). ME 7.4 (GS). Mo 1.1*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 5.8*10**18 Nm (GS), 1.1*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 8.3*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT). Es 3.1*10**15 Nm (GS).

JAN 19  12 35 51.3& 36.288 N   58.835 E    8    5.1       290  NORTHEASTERN IRAN. <TEH>. MW 5.1 (WCMT), 5.1 (GS), 5.3 (GCMT). mb    
                                                                5.6 (GS). mbLg 5.5 (TEH). Mo 5.9*10**16 Nm (WCMT), 6.3*10**16 Nm 
                                                                (GS), 1.1*10**17 Nm (GCMT). About 238 people injured and minor 
                                                                damage in Khorasan-e Razavi.

FEB 02  13 34 40.6  17.827 S  167.133 E   23 G  7.1  1.1  573  VANUATU. MW 7.1 (WCMT), 7.1 (UCMT), 7.0 (GCMT). mb 6.5 (GS). MS    
                                                                6.9 (GS). ME 7.2 (GS). Mo 4.9*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 5.2*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 4.5*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 9.6*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 1.6*10**15 
                                                                Nm (GS). Felt (V) at Port-Vila. Also felt at Luganville. Felt at 
                                                                Noumea, New Caledonia and at Gold Coast, Australia.

FEB 06  03 49 12.5   9.999 N  123.206 E   11 G  6.7  1.1  572  NEGROS - CEBU REGION, PHILIPPINES. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.7    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.3 (GS). MS 6.6 (GS). ME 6.6 (GS). Mo 1.5*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 1.4*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.3*10**19 Nm (GCMT). Es 
                                                                1.7*10**14 Nm (GS). At least 51 people killed, 112 injured, 62 
                                                                missing, 23,000 displaced, about 15,000 buildings destroyed or 
                                                                damaged, at least 17 bridges and many roads destroyed or damaged 
                                                                and utilities disrupted on Negros. Many landslides occurred 
                                                                including two that buried 100 homes at La Libertad and 30 homes 
                                                                at Guihulngan. Large waves reported at La Libertad. Some 
                                                                buildings damaged and landslides occurred on Cebu and utilities 
                                                                disrupted at Iloilo, Panay. Estimated 15 million U.S. dollars 
                                                                damage on Negros and Cebu. Felt (VII PIVS) at Dumaguete, 
                                                                Guihulngan, Tayasan and Vallehermoso and (VI PIVS) at La 
                                                                Carlota, La Castellana, Manjuyod and Tanjay, Negros. Felt (VI 
                                                                PIVS) at Clarin, Bohol and at Argao, Barili, Cebu City and 
                                                                Dalaguete, Cebu. Also felt (VI) at Moalboal, Cebu. Felt 
                                                                throughout the Visayan Islands, in much of Mindanao and as far 
                                                                as the Manila area, Luzon.

FEB 26  06 17 19.7  51.708 N   95.991 E   12 G  6.7  0.9  596  SOUTHWESTERN SIBERIA, RUSSIA. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.5 (GS), 6.6    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.4 (GS). MS 6.6 (GS). ME 6.4 (GS). Mo 1.3*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 6.8*10**18 Nm (GS), 1.0*10**19 Nm (GCMT). Es 9.5*10**13 
                                                                Nm (GS). Felt (V) at Kyzyl; (IV) at Krasnoyarsk and Minusinsk; 
                                                                (III) at Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Tomsk and Zheleznogorsk. 
                                                                Also felt at Abakan, Abaza, Angarsk, Barnaul, Biysk, 
                                                                Chernogorsk, Cheremushki, Irkutsk, Kansk, Kemerovo, Sayanogorsk 
                                                                and Ulan-Ude. Felt (II) at Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Also felt at 
                                                                Ulaangom.

FEB 27  18 48 55.3& 31.428 N   56.778 E   10    5.2       211  CENTRAL IRAN. <TEH>. mb 5.2 (GS). mbLg 5.4 (TEH). ML 5.2 (THR).    
                                                                Six people injured and some buildings damaged in the Ravar area.

MAR 03  12 19 55.0  22.141 S  170.340 E   14 G  6.6  1.0  418  SOUTHEAST OF THE LOYALTY ISLANDS. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.6 (UCMT), 6.6    
                                                                (GS), 6.6 (GCMT). mb 6.5 (GS). MS 6.4 (GS). Mo 9.0*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 9.0*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 8.6*10**18 Nm (GS), 9.3*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 1.2*10**19 Nm (PPT).

MAR 05  23 06 30.8  12.354 N  123.700 E   37    5.6  0.9  135  MASBATE REGION, PHILIPPINES. MW 5.6 (GCMT). mb 5.2 (GS). MS 5.1    
                                                                (GS). Mo 2.7*10**17 Nm (GCMT). Ten people injured, one building 
                                                                destroyed and several buildings damaged (VI PIVS) at Masbate. 
                                                                Felt (IV PIVS) at Irosin and Sorsogon and (II PIVS) at Legaspi 
                                                                City, Luzon. Also felt at Iriga and Libog. Felt (IV PIVS) at 
                                                                Roxas City, (III PIVS) at Sigma, (II PIVS) at Iloilo and (I 
                                                                PIVS) at Kalibo and Numancia, Panay. Felt (III PIVS) on Almagro 
                                                                Island, Capul Island and Tagapul-an Island and at Catarman, 
                                                                Samar. Also felt at Calbayog.

MAR 09  07 09 50.9  19.125 S  169.613 E   16 G  6.7  0.9  488  VANUATU. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.6 (GCMT). mb 6.1 (GS). MS    
                                                                6.7 (GS). ME 6.5 (GS). Mo 1.2*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 1.2*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 1.1*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 1.8*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 1.1*10**14 
                                                                Nm (GS). Felt at Lakatoro, Luganville and Port-Vila.

MAR 14  09 08 35.1  40.887 N  144.944 E   12 G  6.9  0.9  552  OFF THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN. MW 6.9 (WCMT), 7.0 (UCMT),    
                                                                6.8 (GS), 6.9 (GCMT). mb 6.7 (GS). MS 6.9 (GS). ME 7.1 (GS). Mo 
                                                                2.9*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 4.7*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 2.2*10**19 Nm (GS), 
                                                                3.1*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 3.5*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 9.9*10**14 Nm 
                                                                (GS). Felt (IV) at Aomori, Misawa and Yokosuka and (III) at 
                                                                Tokyo. Also felt (III) at Sapporo, Hokkaido. Felt widely on 
                                                                Hokkaido and Honshu. Recorded (4 JMA) in Aomori and Iwate. Also 
                                                                recorded (4 JMA) in southeastern Hokkaido.

MAR 16  07 58 02.5  10.037 N  125.633 E   18 G  5.8  1.0  421  LEYTE, PHILIPPINES. MW 5.8 (WCMT), 5.6 (GS), 5.8 (GCMT). mb 5.8    
                                                                (GS). MS 5.3 (GS). ME 5.5 (GS). Mo 6.8*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                3.5*10**17 Nm (GS), 6.2*10**17 Nm (GCMT). Es 3.5*10**12 Nm (GS). 
                                                                At least 55 people injured and minor damage (VI PIVS) at 
                                                                Surigao, Mindanao. Felt (IV PIVS) at Carrascal and Tandag; (IV) 
                                                                at Butuan; (III PIVS) at Bislig, Cagayan de Oro, Cagwait, 
                                                                Cateel, Davao and Tarragona. Four houses destroyed (V PIVS) at 
                                                                Basilisa, Dinagat Island. Also felt (V PIVS) at General Luna. 
                                                                Felt (V PIVS) at San Ricardo and (III PIVS) at Hinunangan, 
                                                                Maasin, Tacloban and Tolosa, Leyte; (III PIVS) at Borongan, 
                                                                Catbalogan, Dolores, Oras and Sulat, Samar; (III) at Cebu City, 
                                                                Cebu. Felt widely on Mindanao and in the Visayan Islands.

MAR 20  18 02 47.4  16.493 N   98.231 W   20 G  7.4  1.0  672  OAXACA, MEXICO. MW 7.4 (WCMT), 7.4 (UCMT), 7.3 (GS), 7.4 (GCMT),    
                                                                7.4 (UNM). mb 6.6 (GS). MS 7.6 (GS). ME 7.7 (GS). Mo 1.4*10**20 
                                                                Nm (WCMT), 9.5*10**19 Nm (GS), 1.8*10**20 Nm (UCMT), 1.5*10**20 
                                                                Nm (GCMT), 1.0*10**20 Nm (PPT). Es 7.8*10**15 Nm (GS). At least 
                                                                two people killed in Guerrero, 11 people injured in Oaxaca and 
                                                                two injured at Mexico. At least 800 houses collapsed at 
                                                                Igualapa, Guerrero. Felt (VIII) at Pinotepa Nacional; (VI) at 
                                                                Acatzingo, Chilpancingo and Nezahualcoyotl; (V) at Acapulco, 
                                                                Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, Minatitlan, Ometpec, Tehuacan and 
                                                                Tlaxcala. Felt widely in central and southern Mexico as far as 
                                                                Campeche, Ciudad Madero, Puerto Vallarta and San Luis Potosi. 
                                                                Felt (III) at Antigua Guatemala and Guatemala, Guatemala. Felt 
                                                                in much of western Guatemala. A seiche was observed in a 
                                                                swimming pool at Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA.

MAR 21  22 15 06.1   6.242 S  145.955 E  118 G  6.6  1.0  640  NEW GUINEA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.6 (UCMT), 6.6    
                                                                (GS), 6.6 (GCMT). mb 6.3 (GS). ME 6.0 (GS). Mo 9.3*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 9.1*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 8.5*10**18 Nm (GS), 9.5*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 5.7*10**18 Nm (PPT). Es 2.1*10**13 Nm (GS). Felt (V) at 
                                                                Goroka, Kainantu and Madang and (IV) at Lae, Mount Hagen and 
                                                                Port Moresby. Also felt at Kerema and Tari.

MAR 25  22 37 06.0& 35.200 S   72.217 W   41    7.1       553  MAULE, CHILE. <GUC>. MW 7.1 (WCMT), 7.1 (UCMT), 7.2 (GCMT), 7.0    
                                                                (GUC). mb 6.5 (GS). MS 7.0 (GS). ME 7.0 (GS). MD 6.8 (SJA). Mo 
                                                                5.0*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 5.3*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 7.4*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT). Es 7.5*10**14 Nm (GS). One person died from a heart 
                                                                attack at Parral, at least 11 people injured in the Santiago 
                                                                area and 3 injured in Bio-Bio. Some buildings damaged slightly 
                                                                at Santiago. Felt (VIII) at Cauquenes, Constitucion, Pelluhue 
                                                                and Talca; (VII) at Cobquecura, Linares, Molina, Parral, 
                                                                Pelarco, Rengo, Rio Claro and Villa Alegre. Felt strongly 
                                                                throughout south-central Chile. Felt (IV) at Mendoza and San 
                                                                Martin; (III) at Buenos Aires, San Juan and San Rafael, 
                                                                Argentina.

APR 11  08 38 36.7   2.327 N   93.063 E   20 G  8.6  1.3  499  OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA. MW 8.6 (WCMT), 8.6    
                                                                (UCMT), 8.6 (GCMT). mb 7.4 (GS). MS 8.5 (GS). ME 8.7 (GS). Mo 
                                                                9.0*10**21 Nm (WCMT), 8.5*10**21 Nm (UCMT), 9.0*10**21 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 1.2*10**22 Nm (PPT). Es 2.7*10**17 Nm (GS). At least 2 
                                                                people killed, 8 others died from heart attacks, 12 injured and 
                                                                some buildings damaged in Aceh. Felt (VII) at Banda Aceh and 
                                                                Meulaboh, (VI) at Padang and (V) at Sibolga and Singkil. Also 
                                                                felt (V) at Gunungsitoli, Nias and at Jitra, Malaysia. Felt in 
                                                                much of Sumatra and Java. Felt widely in South and Southeast 
                                                                Asia, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Burma, India, Laos, 
                                                                Malaysia, Maldives, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. 
                                                                Felt as far as Bombay, India and Broome, Australia. A small 
                                                                tsunami was recorded, with maximum wave heights (one-half peak-
                                                                to-trough) at the following selected tide stations: 1.08 m at 
                                                                Meulaboh, 37 cm at Sabang and 14 cm on Pulau Enganno, Indonesia; 
                                                                8 cm at Cocos Island, Australia; 23 cm at Chittagong, 
                                                                Bangladesh; 21 cm at Male, Maldives; 17 cm at Port Louis, 
                                                                Mauritius; 11 cm at Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.

APR 11  10 43 10.8   0.802 N   92.463 E   25    8.2  0.9  341  OFF THE WEST COAST OF NORTHERN SUMATRA. MW 8.2 (UCMT), 8.2    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 7.2 (GS). Mo 2.2*10**21 Nm (UCMT), 2.5*10**21 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 3.9*10**21 Nm (WCMT). Felt (V) at Sibolga. Also felt at 
                                                                Banda Aceh, Bukittinggi, Duri, Medan and Padang. Felt at 
                                                                Jakarta, Java. Felt (V) at Ayer Itam; (IV) at Petaling Jaya and 
                                                                Sungai Ara; (III) at Butterworth, Gelugor, Georgetown and Kuala 
                                                                Lumpur, Malaysia. Felt (IV) at Chetpet and (III) at Bangalore 
                                                                and Madras, India. Felt (IV) at Colombo and (II) at Kotte, Sri 
                                                                Lanka. Felt (II) at Kathu and Phuket, Thailand. Also felt in 
                                                                Bangladesh, Brunei, Maldives, Singapore and Vietnam. A local 
                                                                tsunami with a maximum wave height (one-half peak-to-trough) of 
                                                                22 cm was recorded on Pulau Enggano.


APR 11  22 55 10.2  18.229 N  102.689 W   20 G  6.5  1.0  599  MICHOACAN, MEXICO. MW 6.5 (GS), 6.7 (GCMT). mb 5.8 (GS). MS 6.7    
                                                                (GS). ME 6.3 (GS). MD 6.4 (UNM). Mo 6.0*10**18 Nm (GS), 
                                                                1.2*10**19 Nm (GCMT). Es 5.5*10**13 Nm (GS). Felt (VII) at La 
                                                                Mira, (VI) at Acatzingo and (IV) at Aguascalientes, Arteaga, 
                                                                Colima, Guadalajara, Ixtapa, Jocotepec, Mexico, Morelia, 
                                                                Nezahualcoyotl, Patzcuaro, Tlajomulco, Tlaquepaque, Villa de 
                                                                Alvarez and Zamora. Felt as far as Acapulco, Durango, Monterrey 
                                                                and the Jalapa area.

APR 12  07 15 48.5  28.696 N  113.104 W   13 G  7.0  1.2  474  GULF OF CALIFORNIA. MW 7.0 (WCMT), 6.9 (GS), 7.0 (GCMT). mb 6.2    
                                                                (GS). MS 6.9 (GS). ME 7.4 (GS). MD 6.8 (UNM). Mo 4.1*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 2.4*10**19 Nm (GS), 4.3*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 5.9*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (PPT). Es 2.5*10**15 Nm (GS). Felt (VI) at San Luis and (V) at 
                                                                Santa Isabel, Baja California and (V) at Guerrero Negro, Baja 
                                                                California Sur. Felt (V) at Bahia de Kino and (IV) at Hermosillo 
                                                                and Providencia, Sonora. Also felt in parts of Chihuahua, 
                                                                Durango and Sinaloa. Felt (II) at Benson, Hereford and Tucson, 
                                                                Arizona. Also felt (II) at San Diego, California and at El Paso, 
                                                                Texas. Felt in parts of Arizona, southern California, southern 
                                                                Nevada and central New Mexico.

APR 17  03 50 15.6  32.625 S   71.365 W   29 G  6.7  1.0  518  VALPARAISO, CHILE. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.6 (GS), 6.7    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.2 (GS). MS 6.2 (GS). ME 6.2 (GS). ML 6.3 (GUC). MD 
                                                                6.5 (SJA). Mo 1.6*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 9.4*10**18 Nm (GS), 
                                                                1.6*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.3*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 1.4*10**19 Nm (PPT). 
                                                                Es 4.5*10**13 Nm (GS). One person died of a heart attack in 
                                                                Quillota and one person killed at Papudo. Some buildings damaged 
                                                                slightly at Valparaiso. Rockslides occurred at Santiago. Felt 
                                                                (VII) at Casablanca, Hijuelas, La Calera, Petorca, Quillota, 
                                                                Rancagua, San Antonio, Tiltil, Valparaiso, Villa Alemana and 
                                                                Zapallar; (VI) at Calera, La Ligua, Lampa, Limache, Melipilla, 
                                                                Navidad, Penaflor, Pichilemu, Placilla, Quilpue, San Bernardo, 
                                                                San Felipe, San Fernando, San Jose de Maipo, Santiago and 
                                                                Talagante. Felt throughout central Chile and as far as 
                                                                Antofagasta and Puerto Varas. Felt (V) at Mendoza, (IV) at 
                                                                Cordoba and in San Juan, (III) at La Rioja and San Rafael and 
                                                                (II) at Buenos Aires, Argentina.

APR 17  07 13 49.0   5.462 S  147.117 E  198 G  6.8  0.9  597  EASTERN NEW GUINEA REG, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. MW 6.8 (WCMT), 6.8    
                                                                (UCMT), 6.8 (GS), 6.8 (GCMT). mb 6.5 (GS). Mo 2.1*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 2.2*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 2.0*10**19 Nm (GS), 2.2*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 1.8*10**19 Nm (PPT). Felt (V) at Lae, (IV) at Mount 
                                                                Hagen and (III) at Madang and Port Moresby. Also felt at Bulolo, 
                                                                Finschhafen, Goroka and Kainantu. Felt at Kimbe, New Britain.

APR 21  01 16 52.7   1.617 S  134.276 E   16 G  6.7  1.1  370  NEAR THE NORTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.6    
                                                                (GS), 6.7 (GCMT). mb 6.3 (GS). MS 6.6 (GS). ME 7.0 (GS). Mo 
                                                                1.2*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 8.8*10**18 Nm (GS), 1.2*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 
                                                                2.0*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 7.4*10**14 Nm (GS). Felt (VI) at 
                                                                Ransiki; (V) at Manokwari; (IV) at Bintuni; (III) at Biak, 
                                                                Fakfak, Nabire and Sorong; (II) at Kaimana.

APR 28  10 08 08.0  18.685 S  174.705 W  135 D  6.6  1.0  529  TONGA. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.7 (GS), 6.7 (GCMT). mb 6.4    
                                                                (GS). Mo 1.1*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 1.3*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.3*10**19 
                                                                Nm (GS), 1.2*10**19 Nm (GCMT), 9.8*10**18 Nm (PPT). Felt at 
                                                                Neiafu, Nuku`alofa and Pangai. Felt at Afono, Atu`u and 
                                                                Pava`ia`i, American Samoa and at Apia and Faleula, Samoa.

MAY 07  04 40 27.7  41.549 N   46.789 E   11 G  5.6  0.9  438  AZERBAIJAN. MW 5.6 (WCMT), 5.6 (GS), 5.7 (GCMT). mb 5.7 (GS). MS    
                                                                5.7 (GS). ML 5.7 (TIF), 5.6 (AZER). Mo 3.5*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                3.6*10**17 Nm (GS), 4.4*10**17 Nm (GCMT). About 50 people 
                                                                injured and at least 3,100 buildings destroyed or damaged in the 
                                                                Balakan-Qax-Zaqatala area by this earthquake and subsequent 
                                                                aftershocks. Some buildings damaged at Dedop'listsqaro and 
                                                                Tbilisi, Georgia. Felt (IV) at Tbilisi. Also felt at K'ut'aisi, 
                                                                Rust'avi and Tsnori. Felt at Vanadzor and Yerevan, Armenia.

MAY 11  12 41 35.3  26.175 N   92.889 E   43 D  5.4  0.9  164  ASSAM, INDIA. MW 5.4 (GS), 5.4 (GCMT). mb 5.2 (GS). Mo 1.5*10**17    
                                                                Nm (GS), 1.7*10**17 Nm (GCMT). Two people injured by a wall 
                                                                collapse in Kamrup and several buildings damaged in the Guwahati 
                                                                area. Felt (IV) at Shillong and (II) at Kolkata. Also felt at 
                                                                Bali, Dhuburi, Dibrugarh, Haripur, Jamshedpur, Jowai, 
                                                                Krishnanagar, Nowgong and Tezpur. Felt (III) at Dhaka, 
                                                                Bangladesh. Felt at Thimphu, Bhutan.

MAY 12  23 28 43.5  38.612 N   70.354 E   10 G  5.7  1.1  451  TAJIKISTAN. MW 5.7 (WCMT), 5.9 (UCMT), 5.6 (GS), 5.7 (GCMT), 5.6    
                                                                (RMT). mb 6.0 (GS). MS 5.7 (GS). Mo 4.4*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                9.5*10**17 Nm (UCMT), 3.5*10**17 Nm (GS), 5.3*10**17 Nm (GCMT), 
                                                                3.2*10**17 Nm (RMT). At least one person killed, many buildings 
                                                                destroyed and some livestock killed in the epicentral area. Felt 
                                                                (III) at Dushanbe. Also felt (III) at Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

MAY 20  02 03 52.0& 44.890 N   11.230 E    6    6.0       729  NORTHERN ITALY. <ROM>. MW 6.0 (WCMT), 6.1 (GS), 6.0 (UCMT), 6.1    
                                                                (ROM), 6.1 (GCMT), 6.1 (RMT). mb 5.8 (GS). MS 6.0 (GS). ME 5.9 
                                                                (GS). ML 6.1 (LDG), 5.9 (ROM), 5.9 (ZUR). Mo 1.2*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 2.1*10**18 Nm (GS), 1.4*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 1.8*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (ROM), 1.7*10**18 Nm (GCMT), 1.6*10**18 Nm (RMT). Es 1.5*10**13 
                                                                Nm (GS). At least 7 people killed, 50 injured, about 11,000 
                                                                displaced and many buildings damaged (VII) in the Mirandola-
                                                                Sant'Agostino area. Liquefaction observed at San Carlo. Felt (V) 
                                                                in the Bologna-Mantova-Rovigo area. Felt throughout northern 
                                                                Italy, in much of central Italy and as far as Foggia and Naples. 
                                                                Also felt in Monaco and in parts of Austria, Croatia, Slovenia, 
                                                                southeastern France, southern Germany and Switzerland.

MAY 28  05 07 23.4  28.043 S   63.094 W  587 D  6.7  0.8  548  SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO, ARGENTINA. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.8 (GS), 6.7    
                                                                (UCMT), 6.7 (GCMT). mb 6.0 (GS). MD 6.4 (SJA). Mo 1.4*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 1.7*10**19 Nm (GS), 1.4*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.3*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 7.4*10**18 Nm (PPT).

MAY 29  07 00 03.0& 44.851 N   11.086 E   10    5.8       678  NORTHERN ITALY. <ROM>. MW 5.8 (WCMT), 5.8 (GS), 6.0 (ROM), 5.9    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 5.9 (GS). MS 5.8 (GS). ME 5.9 (GS). ML 5.9 (ZUR), 5.8 
                                                                (LDG). Mo 5.5*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 6.6*10**17 Nm (GS), 1.1*10**18 
                                                                Nm (ROM), 7.7*10**17 Nm (GCMT). Es 1.6*10**13 Nm (GS). At least 
                                                                17 people killed, 350 injured and many buildings destroyed or 
                                                                damaged (VIII) in the Cavezzo-Medolla-Mirandola area. Felt (VI) 
                                                                at Cento; (V) at Carpi, Ferrara, Mantova and Modena; (IV) at 
                                                                Bologna, Brescia, Genoa, Milan, Padova, Parma, Pisa, Ravenna, 
                                                                Trento, Venice, Verona, Viareggio and Vicenza. Felt throughout 
                                                                northern and central Italy and as far as Naples. Also felt in 
                                                                parts of western Austria, Croatia, southeastern France, 
                                                                Liechtenstein, Slovenia and Switzerland.

JUN 04  11 18 13.4   7.692 S  106.371 E   50 G  5.9  0.9  542  JAVA, INDONESIA. MW 5.9 (WCMT), 5.7 (GS), 5.8 (GCMT). mb 5.9    
                                                                (GS). MS 5.2 (GS). ME 5.8 (GS). Mo 8.1*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                4.7*10**17 Nm (GS), 6.0*10**17 Nm (GCMT). Es 1.0*10**13 Nm (GS). 
                                                                Two people injured and minor damage at Jakarta. Felt (IV) at 
                                                                Bandung and Pangandaran; (III) at Jakarta; (II) at Bogor and 
                                                                Cisarua. Felt widely in western Java. Also felt on Christmas 
                                                                Island, Australia.

JUN 10  12 44 16.5& 36.420 N   28.880 E   35    6.0       529  DODECANESE ISLANDS, GREECE. <ATH>. MW 6.0 (WCMT), 5.8 (GS), 6.1    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 5.8 (GS). MS 5.9 (GS). ML 6.0 (ISK), 5.9 (THE), 5.8 
                                                                (ATH). Mo 1.3*10**18 Nm (WCMT), 7.3*10**17 Nm (GS), 1.8*10**18 
                                                                Nm (GCMT). At least 6 people injured and several buildings 
                                                                damaged in Mugla, Turkey. Felt (VI) at Fethiye; (V) at Dalaman; 
                                                                (IV) at Alanya, Marmaris and Ortaca; (III) at Antalya, Bodrum, 
                                                                Izmir, Kas and Koycegiz. Felt (IV) at Kos and Rodos, (III) at 
                                                                Lardos and (II) at Irakleio, Greece. Felt (II) at Nicosia, 
                                                                Cyprus and at Cairo, Egypt. Felt in much of southwestern Turkey 
                                                                and the Dodecanese Islands, Greece and in parts of Cyprus, 
                                                                northeastern Egypt and western Lebanon.

JUN 11  05 29 11.5  36.023 N   69.351 E   16 G  5.7  1.1  332  HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN. MW 5.7 (WCMT), 5.7 (UCMT), 5.6    
                                                                (GS), 5.8 (GCMT). mb 5.6 (GS). MS 5.6 (GS). Mo 4.3*10**17 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 4.0*10**17 Nm (UCMT), 3.1*10**17 Nm (GS), 5.6*10**17 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT). At least 75 people killed, 13 injured, 114 buildings 
                                                                destroyed and 593 damaged after landslides occurred in Baghlan. 
                                                                At least 19 buildings destroyed or damaged in Takhar. Felt (V) 
                                                                at Kunduz; (III) at Bagrami, Charikar, Jabal us Saraj, Kabul and 
                                                                Bazar-e Sharif; (II) at Jalalabad. Also felt at Abbottabad and 
                                                                Islamabad, Pakistan and at Dushanbe, Tajikistan.

JUN 14  05 52 53.6& 37.294 N   42.325 E    5    5.3       338  TURKEY-SYRIA-IRAQ BORDER REGION. <ISK>. mb 5.3 (GS). ML 5.5    
                                                                (ISK), 5.5 (DDA). At least 23 people slightly injured and 25 
                                                                buildings damaged in Sirnak, Turkey. Felt (IV) at Erbil and 
                                                                (III) at Dahuk, Iraq. Also felt at Mosul.

JUN 24  07 59 34.8  27.767 N  100.781 E   10 G  5.5  1.1  272  SICHUAN-YUNNAN BORDER REGION, CHINA. MW 5.5 (WCMT), 5.5 (GCMT).    
                                                                mb 5.5 (GS). MS 5.3 (GS). Mo 2.3*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 2.6*10**17 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT). Four people killed and at least 394 injured in the 
                                                                Lijiang-Yanyuan area. At least 6,768 houses damaged or 
                                                                destroyed, some roads damaged and water supplies disrupted in 
                                                                the epicentral area. Felt at Dali and Zhaotong. Also felt at 
                                                                Khonsa, India.

JUN 29  21 07 33.8  43.433 N   84.700 E   18 G  6.3  0.9  526  NORTHERN XINJIANG, CHINA. MW 6.3 (WCMT), 6.3 (UCMT), 6.2 (GS),    
                                                                6.3 (GCMT). mb 6.2 (GS). MS 6.4 (GS). ME 6.5 (GS). Mo 3.4*10**18 
                                                                Nm (WCMT), 3.0*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 2.4*10**18 Nm (GS), 4.1*10**18 
                                                                Nm (GCMT). Es 1.3*10**14 Nm (GS). At least 52 people injured, 
                                                                48,000 people displaced, more than 7,500 rooms collapsed, 64,000 
                                                                rooms damaged and 2,217 livestock killed in Xinyuan. Rockslides 
                                                                blocked roads in the area. Preliminary estimate of damage is 
                                                                about 68 million U.S. dollars. Felt (VI) at Shihezi and (IV) at 
                                                                Urumqi. Also felt at Changji, Karamay and in Hejing. Felt (IV) 
                                                                at Almaty, Kazakhstan.

JUL 20  12 11 52.0  32.978 N  119.593 E   10 G  4.9  0.8  167  JIANGSU, CHINA. mb 4.9 (GS). One person killed and two injured at    
                                                                Yangzhou. Thirteen rooms collapsed and 506 damaged at Taizhou 
                                                                and Yangzhou. Felt (III) at Changzhou, Nanjing, Xiaolingwei and 
                                                                Yangzhou. Also felt at Chuzhou, Gaoyou, Hefei, Huaiyin, Yancheng 
                                                                and Zhenjiang.

JUL 26  05 33 31.4  17.606 S   66.367 E   10 G  6.7  1.0   79  MAURITIUS - REUNION REGION. MW 6.7 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.6 (GS),    
                                                                6.6 (GCMT). mb 5.8 (GS). MS 6.3 (GS). ME 6.9 (GS). Mo 1.3*10**19 
                                                                Nm (WCMT), 1.2*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.1*10**19 Nm (GS), 1.0*10**19 
                                                                Nm (GCMT). Es 5.3*10**14 Nm (GS).

JUL 28  20 03 56.7   4.655 S  153.159 E   41    6.5  0.9  539  NEW IRELAND REGION, PAPUA NEW GUINEA. MW 6.5 (WCMT), 6.5 (UCMT),    
                                                                6.5 (GS), 6.5 (GCMT), 6.5 (UCMT). ME 5.9 (GS). Mo 8.0*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 8.1*10**18 Nm (GS), 7.5*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 7.5*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 6.3*10**18 Nm (PPT). Es 1.4*10**13 Nm (GS). Felt at 
                                                                Kavieng and Manatani. Also felt at Kokopo, New Britain.

AUG 11  12 23 18.2  38.358 N   46.812 E   10 G  6.4  1.3  419  NORTHWESTERN IRAN. MW 6.4 (WCMT), 6.4 (UCMT), 6.3 (GS), 6.5    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.2 (GS). MS 6.7 (GS). ME 6.9 (GS). ML 6.2 (TEH). Mo 
                                                                5.2*10**18 Nm (WCMT), 5.8*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 4.0*10**18 Nm (GS), 
                                                                6.3*10**18 Nm (GCMT). Es 5.5*10**14 Nm (GS). At least 250 people 
                                                                killed and 2,000 injured in numerous villages in epicentral 
                                                                area. Four villages were destroyed and 60 were heavily damaged. 
                                                                Structural damage to some buildings at Tabriz and power and 
                                                                phone lines were disrupted. Felt (III) at Yerevan, Armenia. Also 
                                                                felt at Kapan. Felt (II) at Tbilisi, Georgia and at Van, Turkey.

AUG 14  02 59 42.0  49.784 N  145.126 E  626    7.7  0.7  960  SEA OF OKHOTSK. MW 7.7 (WCMT), 7.7 (UCMT), 7.7 (GCMT), 7.7    
                                                                (UCMT). ME 7.6 (GS). Mo 4.6*10**20 Nm (WCMT), 5.0*10**20 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 4.8*10**20 Nm (GCMT). Es 4.8*10**15 Nm (GS).

AUG 18  09 41 52.5   1.318 S  120.102 E   10 G  6.3  1.2  299  SULAWESI, INDONESIA. MW 6.3 (WCMT), 6.3 (UCMT), 6.3 (GS), 6.3    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 5.8 (GS). MS 6.1 (GS). ME 6.6 (GS). Mo 3.2*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (WCMT), 4.0*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 3.6*10**18 Nm (GS), 3.6*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT). Es 1.6*10**14 Nm (GS). Six people were killed and at 
                                                                least 43 injured in the epicentral area. At least 471 homes were 
                                                                destroyed and 1097 were damaged. Landslides blocked access to 14 
                                                                villages, and roads and bridges were destroyed. Felt (V) at Palu 
                                                                and (IV) at Kulawi. Also felt at Poso.

AUG 26  15 05 37.0   2.190 N  126.837 E   91    6.6  0.9  497  MOLUCCA SEA. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.6 (UCMT), 6.5 (GS), 6.6 (GCMT), 6.6    
                                                                (UCMT). mb 6.3 (GS). Mo 9.1*10**18 Nm (WCMT), 9.3*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 6.3*10**18 Nm (GS), 8.9*10**18 Nm (GCMT), 6.2*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (PPT).

AUG 27  04 37 19.4  12.139 N   88.590 W   28 G  7.3  1.3  417  OFF THE COAST OF EL SALVADOR. MW 7.3 (WCMT), 7.4 (UCMT), 7.3    
                                                                (GCMT). mb 6.0 (GS). MS 6.9 (GS). ME 6.4 (GS). MD 6.7 (SNET). Mo 
                                                                1.2*10**20 Nm (WCMT), 1.8*10**20 Nm (UCMT), 1.2*10**20 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 8.4*10**19 Nm (PPT). Es 9.3*10**13 Nm (GS). Felt (II) at 
                                                                Antiguo Cuscatlan, Nueva San Salvador and San Salvador. Also 
                                                                felt at Apopa, Mejicanos, Santo Tomas and Usulutan. Felt at 
                                                                Tegucigalpa, Honduras and at Managua, Nicaragua. A small tsunami 
                                                                was recorded, with maximum wave heights (one-half peak-to-
                                                                trough) at the following selected tide stations: 11 cm at 
                                                                Acajutla, El Salvador and 21 cm at La Libertad, 35 cm on Isla 
                                                                Baltra and 22 cm on Isla Santa Cruz, Ecuador.

AUG 30  13 43 25.1  71.438 N   10.584 W   14 G  6.8  1.1  564  JAN MAYEN ISLAND REGION. MW 6.8 (WCMT), 6.7 (UCMT), 6.6 (GS), 6.7    
                                                                (GCMT), 6.8 (GS). ME 7.1 (GS). Mo 1.7*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                1.4*10**19 Nm (UCMT), 1.0*10**19 Nm (GS), 1.6*10**19 Nm (GCMT). 
                                                                Es 8.5*10**14 Nm (GS).

AUG 31  12 47 33.3  10.819 N  126.627 E   28 G  7.6  1.0  637  PHILIPPINE ISLANDS REGION. MW 7.6 (WCMT), 7.6 (UCMT), 7.5 (GS),    
                                                                7.6 (GCMT). mb 7.2 (GS). MS 7.6 (GS). ME 7.9 (GS). Mo 3.1*10**20 
                                                                Nm (WCMT), 3.4*10**20 Nm (UCMT), 2.6*10**20 Nm (GS), 3.3*10**20 
                                                                Nm (GCMT), 4.4*10**20 Nm (PPT). Es 1.8*10**16 Nm (GS). One 
                                                                person killed and one injured at Cagayan de Oro, Mindanao. 
                                                                Several roads and bridges damaged and power outages occurred in 
                                                                several towns. A small landslide occurred on Mindanao. A local 
                                                                tsunami with wave heights of 0.03 meters observed at Davao, 
                                                                Mindanao and at Daet and Legaspi City, Luzon. Felt (VII PIVS) at 
                                                                Borongan, General MacArthur, Guiuan, Llorente, Oras and Sulat 
                                                                and (VI PIVS) at San Julian, Samar. Also felt (VII PIVS) at 
                                                                Tacloban and (VI PIVS) at Palo, Leyte. Felt (VI PIVS) on Siargao 
                                                                Island. Felt (V PIVS) at Duero, Tagbilaran City and Talibon, 
                                                                Bohol; Panganiban, Catanduanes Island; Cebu City, Cebu; Legaspi 
                                                                City and Sorsogon, Luzon; Barobo, Bislig, Butuan, Carrascal, 
                                                                Cateel, Compostela, Davao, Lingig, Mati and Tandag, Mindanao; 
                                                                Iloilo and Roxas City, Panay. Felt (IV PIVS) at Masbate, Masbate 
                                                                and at Bacolod and Dumaguete, Negros. Felt (III PIVS) at 
                                                                Mambajao, Camiguin Island, at Jordan, Guimaras Island and at 
                                                                Siquijor, Siquijor Island. Felt (III) on Pulau Ternate, 
                                                                Indonesia.

SEP 05  14 42 07.8  10.099 N   85.308 W   35 G  7.6  1.2  702  COSTA RICA. MW 7.6 (WCMT), 7.6 (UCMT), 7.6 (GCMT). mb 6.8 (GS).    
                                                                MS 7.7 (GS). ME 7.0 (GS). Mo 2.9*10**20 Nm (WCMT), 2.8*10**20 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 3.1*10**20 Nm (GCMT), 2.1*10**20 Nm (PPT). Es 6.5*10**14 
                                                                Nm (GS). One person killed and one died of a heart attack. Some 
                                                                houses collapsed, one bridge damaged and landslides occurred in 
                                                                the epicentral area. Power and communications outages occurred. 
                                                                Felt strongly at San Jose and throughout much of Costa Rica. 
                                                                Also felt in parts of Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, 
                                                                Nicaragua and Panama.

SEP 07  03 19 42.5  27.575 N  103.985 E   10 G  5.5  1.0  381  SICHUAN-YUNNAN-GUIZHOU REGION, CHINA. MW 5.5 (WCMT), 5.6 (GS),    
                                                                5.6 (GCMT). mb 5.6 (GS). MS 5.4 (GS). Mo 2.2*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                3.5*10**17 Nm (GS), 3.3*10**17 Nm (GCMT). At least 81 people 
                                                                killed, 821 people injured, 37,000 buildings destroyed, 133,000 
                                                                houses damaged, landslides and power outages occurred in the 
                                                                epicentral area. Felt at Chengdu and Zhaotong.

SEP 30  16 31 35.9   1.929 N   76.362 W  170 G  7.3  0.9  934  COLOMBIA. MW 7.3 (WCMT), 7.2 (UCMT), 7.2 (GS), 7.2 (GCMT). mb 7.0    
                                                                (GS). ME 6.8 (GS). Mo 9.6*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 8.8*10**19 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 8.4*10**19 Nm (GS), 8.9*10**19 Nm (GCMT). Es 3.7*10**14 
                                                                Nm (GS). Felt (V) at Cali and Pereira; (IV) at Armenia, 
                                                                Envigado, Manizales, Medellin, Pasto and Popayan; (III) at 
                                                                Bogota. Also felt (IV) at Bahia de Caraquez and (III) at 
                                                                Guayaquil and Quito, Ecuador. Felt in much of south-western 
                                                                Colombia and north-western Ecuador. Also felt in parts of Panama.

OCT 09  12 32 04.3  61.033 S  153.960 E   10    6.6  0.8   44  BALLENY ISLANDS REGION. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.3 (GS), 6.6 (GCMT). Mo    
                                                                1.1*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 4.2*10**18 Nm (GS), 9.0*10**18 Nm (GCMT).

OCT 12  00 31 28.2   4.893 S  134.027 E   13 G  6.6  1.0  289  NEAR THE SOUTH COAST OF PAPUA, INDONESIA. MW 6.6 (WCMT), 6.5    
                                                                (UCMT), 6.5 (GS), 6.6 (GCMT). mb 6.3 (GS). ME 6.8 (GS). Mo 
                                                                1.0*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 8.0*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 6.2*10**18 Nm (GS), 
                                                                9.0*10**18 Nm (GCMT). Es 3.2*10**14 Nm (GS). Felt (IV) at Ambon 
                                                                and (III) at Nabire, Timika and Wamena. Felt (II ) at Darwin, 
                                                                Australia.

OCT 24  00 45 32.9  10.085 N   85.298 W   17 G  6.5  0.9  691  COSTA RICA. MW 6.5 (WCMT), 6.4 (UCMT), 6.4 (GS), 6.4 (GCMT). mb    
                                                                6.0 (GS). MS 6.2 (GS). ME 6.2 (GS). Mo 6.8*10**18 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                5.9*10**18 Nm (UCMT), 4.4*10**18 Nm (GS), 5.3*10**18 Nm (GCMT). 
                                                                Es 4.3*10**13 Nm (GS). Felt (V) at Grecia and Nicoya; (IV) at 
                                                                Alajuela, Santa Ana, Santa Cruz, Sardinal and Tres Rios; (III) 
                                                                at Escazu and Nandayure. Felt in much of central and western 
                                                                Costa Rica and as far north as Managua, Nicaragua.

OCT 25  23 05 24.0& 39.880 N   16.010 E    6    5.3       248  SOUTHERN ITALY. <ROM>. MW 5.3 (WCMT), 5.3 (GCMT), 5.2 (RMT). mb    
                                                                5.2 (GS). ML 5.0 (ROM). Mo 1.1*10**17 Nm (WCMT), 1.1*10**17 Nm 
                                                                (GCMT), 9.4*10**16 Nm (RMT). One person died of a heart attack 
                                                                in Cosenza. Felt at Mormanno.

OCT 28  03 04 09.7  52.781 N  132.103 W   20 G  7.8  1.0  740  QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS REGION. MW 7.8 (WCMT), 7.8 (UCMT), 7.7    
                                                                (GCMT). ME 7.6 (GS). Mo 5.7*10**20 Nm (WCMT), 6.1*10**20 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 5.2*10**20 Nm (GCMT). Es 5.8*10**15 Nm (GS). WP 7.7 
                                                                (GS). Felt (V) in the Masset-Queen Charlotte City area and (IV) 
                                                                at Fort Saint James, Kelowna, Kitimat, Prince Rupert and 
                                                                Revelstoke. Felt from Seattle, Washington to Juneau, Alaska and 
                                                                Calgary, Alberta.

NOV 07  16 35 46.8  13.977 N   91.876 W   24 G  7.4  1.2  687  OFFSHORE GUATEMALA. MW 7.4 (WCMT), 7.3 (UCMT), 7.3 (GCMT). mb 6.6    
                                                                (GS). MS 7.4 (GS). ME 7.0 (GS). Mo 1.5*10**20 Nm (WCMT), 
                                                                1.3*10**20 Nm (UCMT), 1.3*10**20 Nm (GCMT). Es 6.1*10**14 Nm 
                                                                (GS). At least 39 people killed, 155 injured, 100 missing and 
                                                                dozens of buildings damaged in Quetzaltenango and San Marcos. 
                                                                Felt (VII) in Quetzaltenango; (VI) at Antigua Guatemala and 
                                                                Villa Nueva; (V) at Cahabon, Fraijanes, Guatemala, Huehuetenango 
                                                                and Panajachel; (IV) at Champerico, Coban, Mixco, San Bartolome 
                                                                Milpas Altas, Santa Catarina Pinula and Santiago Atitlan. Also 
                                                                felt (VI) at Tapachula; (IV) at Centro, Lazaro Cardenas, San 
                                                                Cristobal de Las Casas, Tuxtla Gutierrez and Jalapa; (III) at 
                                                                Granjas Mexico, Mexico and Villahermosa, Mexico. Felt (IV) at 
                                                                San Salvador and (III) at Antiguo Cuscatlan, Ilopango and Nueva 
                                                                San Salvador, El Salvador. Felt (III) at Belize City and 
                                                                Dangriga, Belize. Felt in many parts of Belize, El Salvador, 
                                                                Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua. A tsunami was 
                                                                recorded with wave heights of 30 centimeters at Puerto Chiapas, 
                                                                Mexico and 7 centimeters at Acajutla, El Salvador.

NOV 11  01 12 38.9  23.005 N   95.883 E   14 G  6.8  1.0  322  MYANMAR. MW 6.8 (WCMT), 6.8 (UCMT), 6.8 (GS). ME 7.1 (GS). Mo    
                                                                2.3*10**19 Nm (WCMT), 2.0*10**19 Nm (UCMT). Es 9.4*10**14 Nm 
                                                                (GS).

NOV 11  22 15 00.4  14.164 N   92.167 W   27    6.5  1.1  568  OFFSHORE GUATEMALA. MW 6.5 (WCMT), 6.4 (UCMT), 6.2 (GS), 6.5    
                                                                (GS). ME 5.7 (GS). Mo 7.3*10**18 Nm (WCMT), 5.8*10**18 Nm 
                                                                (UCMT), 2.2*10**18 Nm (GS). Es 9.0*10**12 Nm (GS).

Compiled by Pamela J. Benfield and NEIC Operations Staff.

Hypocenters will be recomputed.