PAGER - M 6.0 - GUERRERO, MEXICO

Alert level does not include impacts from earthquake-related hazards such as tsunamis, landslides, fires or liquefaction.

Earthquake Shaking Alert Level: GREEN

Download Alert PDFWhat's this?Monday, April 22nd, 2013 at 01:16:33 UTC (18:16:33 local)Location: 18.1° N, 101.9° WDepth: 30kmEvent Id: USB000GDA9Alert Version: 4Created: 2 weeks, 0 days after earthquake.
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Alert Information

Green alert for shaking-related fatalities and economic losses. There is a low likelihood of casualties and damage.
Estimated FatalitiesFatality Alert Level: GREEN
ESTIMATED FATALITY ALERT: GREEN
ESTIMATED FATALITIES (LEVEL)Probability (%)
0 (GREEN)
 
65
1 to 9 (YELLOW)
 
30
10 to 99 (YELLOW)
 
4
100 to 999 (ORANGE)0
1 to 10 thousand (RED)0
10 to 100 thousand (RED)0
100 thousand + (RED)0
Estimated Economic LossesEconomic Alert Level: GREEN
ESTIMATED ECONOMIC ALERT: GREEN
ESTIMATED VALUE IN USD (LEVEL)Probability (%)
0 to 1 million (GREEN)
 
65
1 to 10 million (YELLOW)
 
30
10 to 100 million (YELLOW)
 
4
100 million to 1 billion (ORANGE)0
1 to 10 billion (RED)0
10 to 100 billion (RED)0
100 billion + (RED)0

Detailed Information

Estimated Population Exposed to Earthquake Shaking
Estimated Modified Mercalli IntensityIII-IIIIVVVIVIIVIIIIXX
Est. Population Exposure---*5,136k*1,346k242k00000
Perceived ShakingNot FeltWeakLightModerateStrongVery StrongSevereViolentExtreme
Potential Structure DamageResistantnonenonenoneV. LightLightModerateModerate/HeavyHeavyV. Heavy
VulnerablenonenonenoneLightModerateModerate/HeavyHeavyV. HeavyV. Heavy
*Estimated exposure only includes population within calculated shake map area
Population Exposure
Population per ~1 sq. km. from LandScan
Population Exposure Map

Structure Information Summary

Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are a mix of vulnerable and earthquake resistant construction.

Historical Earthquakes (with MMI)

Date (UTC)Dist (km)MagMax MMI (#)Shaking Deaths
1973-01-223416.2V (121k)0
1995-09-143777.3VI (66k)3
1985-09-19618VII (353k)9500

Recent earthquakes in this area have caused secondary hazards such as landslides that might have contributed to losses.

Selected Cities Exposedfrom GeoNames Database of Cities with 1,000 or more residents.
MMICityPopulation
VLa Union3k
VLazaro Cardenas84k
VLa Orilla16k
VLas Guacamayas39k
IVArteaga10k
IVTres Palos5k
IVUruapan del Progreso237k
IIIZamora de Hidalgo125k
IIIMorelia593k
IIIColima127k
IIICiudad Guzman101k

(k = x1,000)

Historical Events Map
Nearby Events in the EXPO-CAT Earthquake Catalog
#Date/TimeMagLat, Lon, DepthCountryMax MMI (Exposed)DeathsSecondary Effects
ShakingTotal
11973-01-22
00:37 UTC
6.218.51° N, 105.11° W
2km
MXV (121 k)00
21973-01-30
21:01 UTC
7.518.46° N, 102.96° W
37km
MXVIII (101 k)1756tsunami
31973-10-18
10:49 UTC
6.819.32° N, 105.05° W
24km
MXVIII (14 k)00
41974-01-26
05:35 UTC
6.118.59° N, 103.33° W
18km
MXVII (37 k)00
51974-10-06
17:09 UTC
516.83° N, 99.78° W
51km
MXV (601 k)00
61975-02-22
00:47 UTC
5.817.34° N, 100.47° W
40km
MXVII (48 k)00
71975-04-23
11:14 UTC
6.516.45° N, 98.84° W
17km
MXIX (33)00
81975-11-15
15:28 UTC
6.118.19° N, 102.24° W
30km
MXVIII (18)00
91976-06-07
14:26 UTC
6.417.38° N, 100.69° W
56km
MXVII (86 k)00
101976-10-04
06:59 UTC
5.520.42° N, 99.17° W
5km
MXVII (37 k)00
111978-03-19
01:39 UTC
6.617° N, 99.75° W
48km
MXIX (214 k)11
121979-01-26
10:04 UTC
6.617.41° N, 100.87° W
38km
MXVIII (27 k)00
131979-01-26
17:10 UTC
5.817.49° N, 101.06° W
33km
MXVII (37 k)00
141979-02-22
09:16 UTC
5.419.92° N, 100.28° W
16km
MXVII (10 k)00
151979-03-14
11:07 UTC
7.417.76° N, 101.22° W
24km
MXVIII (104 k)515tsunami
161980-10-24
14:53 UTC
7.118.18° N, 98.24° W
65km
MXVIII (11 k)6565
171981-03-09
22:38 UTC
5.918.73° N, 104.02° W
30km
MXVII (111 k)00
181981-07-26
05:14 UTC
5.518.1° N, 101.94° W
29km
MXVII (12 k)00
191981-10-25
03:22 UTC
7.218.12° N, 102° W
20km
MXVIII (148 k)99
201984-07-02
04:50 UTC
6.116.76° N, 98.49° W
35km
MXVII (159 k)00
211985-09-19
13:17 UTC
818.46° N, 102.37° W
20km
MXVII (353 k)95009500landslide, tsunami
221985-09-21
01:37 UTC
7.517.83° N, 101.62° W
18km
MXVII (249 k)00tsunami
231985-10-29
15:02 UTC
5.918.13° N, 102.6° W
28km
MXVII (20 k)00
241986-04-30
07:07 UTC
6.918.37° N, 103° W
23km
MXVIII (9 k)00
251986-05-05
05:46 UTC
5.918.11° N, 102.65° W
20km
MXVIII (271)00
261987-06-07
13:30 UTC
5.316.78° N, 98.69° W
41km
MXVI (60 k)00
271988-02-08
13:51 UTC
5.817.59° N, 101.1° W
41km
MXVII (16 k)00
281989-04-25
14:29 UTC
6.916.78° N, 99.28° W
23km
MXIX (36 k)33
291989-08-29
04:16 UTC
6.518.02° N, 105.69° W
27km
MXIV (454 k)00
301990-05-31
07:35 UTC
5.917.25° N, 100.69° W
26km
MXVII (18 k)00
311993-03-31
10:18 UTC
5.517.29° N, 100.96° W
28km
MXVI (10 k)00
321993-10-24
07:52 UTC
6.616.76° N, 98.75° W
32km
MXVIII (60 k)00
331993-11-13
00:16 UTC
5.716.29° N, 98.69° W
20km
MXVII (4)00
341995-09-14
14:04 UTC
7.316.85° N, 98.61° W
28km
MXVI (66 k)33
351995-10-06
05:13 UTC
5.818.79° N, 104.45° W
28km
MXVII (52 k)00
361995-10-09
15:35 UTC
819.05° N, 104.21° W
26km
MXVIII (89 k)4958landslide, tsunami
371995-10-12
16:52 UTC
5.918.85° N, 104.01° W
24km
MXVIII (788)00
381995-10-18
23:02 UTC
5.419.29° N, 105° W
23km
MXVII (9 k)00
391995-12-11
14:09 UTC
6.318.78° N, 105.56° W
10km
MXV (40 k)00
401996-07-15
21:23 UTC
6.617.51° N, 101.02° W
17km
MXIX (148)00
411997-01-11
20:28 UTC
7.118.18° N, 102.81° W
35km
MXVIII (13 k)11
421997-05-22
07:50 UTC
6.518.65° N, 101.64° W
60km
MXVI (5 k)00
431997-12-16
11:48 UTC
5.916.15° N, 98.87° W
19km
MXV (499 k)00
441998-07-11
05:21 UTC
5.417.42° N, 101.37° W
23km
MXV (3 k)00
451998-07-12
08:11 UTC
5.516.94° N, 100.3° W
21km
MXV (6 k)00
461999-12-29
05:19 UTC
5.918.18° N, 101.44° W
45km
MXV (45 k)00
472000-08-09
11:41 UTC
6.518.15° N, 102.55° W
29km
MXVIII (3 k)00
482001-04-29
21:26 UTC
6.118.75° N, 104.53° W
18km
MXVI (49 k)00
492001-05-08
05:15 UTC
5.518.84° N, 104.11° W
34km
MXVII (3 k)00
502001-05-20
04:21 UTC
6.318.91° N, 104.44° W
18km
MXVIII (26)00
512001-10-08
03:39 UTC
5.817.08° N, 100.01° W
10km
MXVII (734)00
522002-04-18
05:02 UTC
6.716.97° N, 100.9° W
11km
MXVII (30 k)00
532002-04-18
17:57 UTC
5.917.2° N, 101.22° W
20km
MXVI (22 k)00
542002-09-25
18:14 UTC
5.316.92° N, 99.95° W
23km
MXVII (760 k)00
552003-01-22
02:06 UTC
7.518.9° N, 104.06° W
24km
MXVII (300 k)2929landslide, tsunami
562003-01-22
19:41 UTC
5.918.92° N, 104.29° W
41km
MXVII (107 k)00
572004-01-01
23:31 UTC
617.47° N, 101.35° W
17km
MXV (28 k)00
582004-01-01
23:58 UTC
5.617.41° N, 101.34° W
32km
MXVII (50 k)00
592007-04-13
05:42 UTC
617.27° N, 100.23° W
34km
MXVII (52 k)00
MMICityPopulation
VLa Union3k
VLazaro Cardenas84k
VLa Orilla16k
VLas Guacamayas39k
IVTres Palos5k
IVArteaga10k
IVZihuatanejo61k
IVEl Coacoyul6k
IVIxtapa5k
IVSan Jeronimito6k
IVChurumuco de Morelos4k
IVPetatlan21k
IVNueva Italia de Ruiz31k
IVLa Mira Tumbiscatio15k
IVAntunes9k
IVLa Huacana9k
IVPuruaran7k
IVZirandaro4k
IVCoyuca de Catalan7k
IVHuetamo de Nunez22k
IVCiudad Altamirano25k
IVBuenos Aires11k
IVLombardia11k
IVSan Lucas3k
IVAguililla9k
IVFelipe Carrillo Puerto9k
IVApatzingan de la Constitucion98k
IVTlapehuala9k
IVPedernales6k
IVCutzamala de Pinzon5k
IVTiquicheo3k
IVUruapan del Progreso237k
IVNocupetaro3k
IVCaracuaro3k
IVArio de Rosales15k
IVTepalcatepec15k
IVBuenavista Tomatlan9k
IVSan Juan De Los Platanos2k
IVNuevo San Juan Parangaricutiro12k
IIITacambaro de Codallos21k
IIITaretan6k
IIIVilla Escalante12k
IIITecpan de Galeana15k
IIICoalcoman de Matamoros11k
IIIAjuchitlan del Progreso6k
IIIVilla Madero6k
IIITlalchapa4k
IIIArcelia17k
IIITancitaro5k
IIISan Jeronimo de Juarez7k
IIIZamora de Hidalgo125k
IIIAngahuan5k
IIIMorelia593k
IIIOpopeo9k
IIITangancicuaro de Arista15k
IIIPatzcuaro49k
IIICoahuayana7k
IIIZacapu50k
IIIAtoyac de Alvarez21k
IIINahuatzen8k
IIICheran13k
IIICharapan4k
IIICoeneo4k
IIIQuiroga14k
IIICapacuaro7k
IIICuanajo5k
IIISan Francisco Pichataro5k
IIIPihuamo8k
IIIAcuitzio del Canje6k
IIIPeriban de Ramos12k
IIIArio de Rayon8k
IIITarimbaro5k
IIITingambato6k
IIIQuerendaro9k
IIICotija de la Paz14k
IIITzintzuntzan3k
IIITecoman80k
IIIChilchota7k
IIICapula5k
IIISanta Fe de la Laguna4k
IIIComachuen4k
IIICoyuca de Benitez12k
IIIPurepero14k
IIICuitzeo del Porvenir9k
IIICharo5k
IIIZacualpan4k
IIITejupilco de Hidalgo25k
IIITlazazalca4k
IIIPanindicuaro de la Reforma6k
IIITinguindin6k
IIISanta Ana Maya7k
IIIIndaparapeo7k
IIICopandaro de Galeana4k
IIIAlvaro Obregon8k
IIIAlmoloya4k
IIITecalitlan14k
IIISantiago Tangamandapio10k
IIIParacho de Verduzco16k
IIIBenito Juarez3k
IIITarandacuao7k
IIIHuandacareo7k
IIIChavinda7k
IIITuxpan32k
IIITamazula de Gordiano18k
IIIJiquilpan de Juarez26k
IIICuauhtemoc9k
IIICiudad Hidalgo55k
IIIVilla Victoria4k
IIIMaravatio30k
IIILuvianos9k
IIIIramuco7k
IIIColima127k
IIIZapotiltic22k
IIIVilla de Alvarez95k
IIIAtoyac5k
IIIIrimbo3k
IIIApaxtla de Castrejon7k
IIISan Simon de la Laguna4k
IIISan Bartolo6k
IIICoquimatlan13k
IIIColorines7k
IIIUsmajac7k
IIICuitareo4k
IIIComala9k
IIIHeroica Zitacuaro79k
IIIBajos del Ejido6k
IIIValle de Bravo28k
IIISultepec de Pedro Ascencio de Alquisiras4k
IIIZinapecuaro15k
IIITonila3k
IIITlacotepec7k
IIILa Queseria9k
IIICofradia7k
IIIValle de Juarez4k
IIIConcepcion de Buenos Aires5k
IIIOcampo3k
IIIMazamitla7k
IIIMadrid4k
IIISuchitlan4k
IIITuxpan9k
IIIAmanalco de Becerra6k
IIIVillamar3k
IIISayula25k
IIIJungapeo5k
IIICiudad Guzman101k
IIISan Agustin Mextepec5k
IIISan Felipe del Progreso4k
IIIJesus del Monte10k
IIILos Reyes37k
IIISan Andres Ixtlan5k
IIISantiago Citendeje5k
IIISan Lorenzo Tlacotepec7k
IIIMineral de Angangueo5k
IIITlalpujahua de Rayon3k
IIIEl Oro de Hidalgo7k
IIISan Miguel Tenochtitlan6k
IIITemascalcingo13k
IIITapalpa6k
IIITepetitlan5k
IIIContepec4k

(k = x1,000)


PAGER content is automatically generated, and only considers losses due to structural damage. Limitations of input data, shaking estimates, and loss models may add uncertainty. PAGER results are generally available within 30 minutes of the earthquake’s occurrence. However, information on the extent of shaking will be uncertain in the minutes and hours following an earthquake and typically improves as additional sensor data and reported intensities are acquired and incorporated into models of the earthquake's source. Users of PAGER estimates should account for uncertainty and always seek the most current PAGER release for any earthquake.