# PAGER - M 5.6 - GANSU, CHINA

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Earthquake Shaking Alert Level: YELLOW

Download Alert PDFWhat's this?Monday, July 22nd, 2013 at 01:12:35 UTC (09:12:35 local)Location: 34.6° N, 104.1° EDepth: 10kmEvent Id: USB000IJFCAlert Version: 3Created: 2 hours, 21 minutes after earthquake.## Alert Information

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 |

## Detailed Information

Estimated Modified Mercalli Intensity | I | II-III | IV | V | VI | VII | VIII | IX | X | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Est. Population Exposure | ---* | 13,521k* | 2,801k | 246k | 54k | 6k | 0 | 0 | 0 | |

Perceived Shaking | Not Felt | Weak | Light | Moderate | Strong | Very Strong | Severe | Violent | Extreme | |

Potential Structure Damage | Resistant | none | none | none | V. Light | Light | Moderate | Moderate/Heavy | Heavy | V. Heavy |

Vulnerable | none | none | none | Light | Moderate | Moderate/Heavy | Heavy | V. Heavy | V. Heavy |

#### Structure Information Summary

Overall, the population in this region resides in structures that are highly vulnerable to earthquake shaking, though some resistant structures exist. The predominant vulnerable building types are unreinforced brick masonry and adobe block construction.

#### Historical Earthquakes (with MMI)

Date (UTC) | Dist (km) | Mag | Max MMI (#) | Shaking Deaths |
---|---|---|---|---|

2000-06-06 | 280 | 5.5 | VII (3k) | 0 |

2003-11-13 | 29 | 5.1 | VI (45k) | 1 |

1990-04-26 | 388 | 6.2 | IX (6k) | 119 |

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

MMI | City | Population |
---|---|---|

VI | Chabu | 0 |

VI | Xijiang | 0 |

VI | Xiaozhai | 0 |

V | Minshan | 0 |

V | Chengjiao Zhen | 0 |

V | Chengjiao Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Linxia | 202k |

III | Beidao | 75k |

III | Lanzhou | 3,200k |

III | Taiyangling | 0 |

III | Zengjiahe | 0 |

(k = x1,000)

# | Date/Time | Mag | Lat, Lon, Depth | Country | Max MMI (Exposed) | Deaths | Secondary Effects | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|---|

Shaking | Total | |||||||

1 | 1973-08-11 07:15 UTC | 6.1 | 32.92° N, 104.02° E 7km | CN | VIII (2 k) | 0 | 0 | |

2 | 1974-01-15 22:50 UTC | 5.7 | 32.93° N, 104.09° E 15km | CN | VIII (130) | 0 | 0 | |

3 | 1976-08-16 14:06 UTC | 6.7 | 32.75° N, 104.09° E 11km | CN | IX (2 k) | 0 | 0 | |

4 | 1976-08-21 21:49 UTC | 6.3 | 32.56° N, 104.23° E 22km | CN | IX (133) | 0 | 0 | |

5 | 1976-08-23 03:30 UTC | 6.4 | 32.48° N, 104.18° E 7km | CN | IX (2 k) | 41 | 41 | |

6 | 1987-01-07 18:19 UTC | 5.4 | 34.28° N, 103.34° E 10km | CN | VII (921) | 0 | 0 | |

7 | 1989-09-22 02:25 UTC | 6.1 | 31.53° N, 102.41° E 9km | CN | VIII (4 k) | 1 | 1 | |

8 | 1990-04-26 09:37 UTC | 6.2 | 36.05° N, 100.25° E 9km | CN | IX (6 k) | 119 | 119 | |

9 | 1990-10-20 08:07 UTC | 5.7 | 37.09° N, 103.74° E 4km | CN | VIII (439) | 2 | 2 | |

10 | 1994-01-03 05:52 UTC | 5.7 | 36.08° N, 100.17° E 5km | CN | VIII (434) | 0 | 0 | |

11 | 1995-07-21 22:44 UTC | 5.6 | 36.44° N, 103.17° E 7km | CN | VIII (232) | 14 | 14 | |

12 | 2000-06-06 10:59 UTC | 5.5 | 37.08° N, 103.86° E 2km | CN | VII (3 k) | 0 | 0 | |

13 | 2003-11-13 02:35 UTC | 5.1 | 34.71° N, 103.87° E 35km | CN | VI (45 k) | 1 | 1 | |

14 | 2004-09-07 12:15 UTC | 5.2 | 34.68° N, 103.76° E 35km | CN | VI (98 k) | 0 | 0 | |

15 | 2006-06-20 16:52 UTC | 4.9 | 33.07° N, 104.95° E 24km | CN | VI (90 k) | 0 | 0 | landslide |

MMI | City | Population |
---|---|---|

VI | Chabu | 0 |

VI | Xijiang | 0 |

VI | Xiaozhai | 0 |

V | Minshan | 0 |

V | Chengjiao Zhen | 0 |

V | Chengjiao Chengguanzhen | 0 |

V | Zhongzhai | 0 |

V | Sigou | 0 |

V | Shili | 0 |

V | Qingshui | 0 |

V | Qinxu | 0 |

V | Weixin | 0 |

IV | Bailin | 0 |

IV | Chenqi | 0 |

IV | Baozi | 0 |

IV | Xizhai | 0 |

IV | Longyuan | 0 |

IV | Sancha | 0 |

IV | Hadapu Zhen | 0 |

IV | Lujing Zhen | 0 |

IV | Zongzhai | 0 |

IV | Nalang | 0 |

IV | Lichuan Zhen | 0 |

IV | Zangbawa | 0 |

IV | Dianzi | 0 |

IV | Shimen | 0 |

IV | Biandu | 0 |

IV | Xinsi Zhen | 0 |

IV | Xinbao | 0 |

IV | Yeliguan | 0 |

IV | Xincheng | 0 |

IV | Mu'er | 0 |

IV | Yangsha | 0 |

IV | Liushun | 0 |

IV | Nanhe | 0 |

IV | Xiacheng | 0 |

IV | Yangzhuang | 0 |

IV | Santai Zhen | 0 |

IV | Caizi Zhen | 0 |

IV | Liulin | 0 |

IV | Lintan Chengguanzhen | 0 |

IV | Tianjiahe | 0 |

IV | Jiahe | 0 |

IV | Lazi | 0 |

IV | Zhuolu | 0 |

IV | Yangyong | 0 |

IV | Yangyong | 0 |

IV | Lianlu | 0 |

IV | Chela | 0 |

IV | Guzhan | 0 |

IV | Dangchang Chengguanzhen | 0 |

IV | Dazu | 0 |

IV | Yuanyang Zhen | 0 |

IV | Bajiao | 0 |

IV | Changchuan | 0 |

IV | Tange Zhen | 0 |

IV | Guan'e | 0 |

IV | Xinchengzi | 0 |

IV | Wenfeng Zhen | 0 |

IV | Gongchang Zhen | 0 |

IV | Xinghua | 0 |

IV | Qiagai | 0 |

IV | Shaowa | 0 |

IV | Jiangtai | 0 |

IV | Hejiabao | 0 |

IV | Shencang | 0 |

IV | Kache | 0 |

IV | Quwa | 0 |

IV | Bazang | 0 |

IV | Kangduo | 0 |

IV | Luoda | 0 |

IV | Linjiang | 0 |

IV | Chubu | 0 |

IV | Sangba | 0 |

IV | Jiamaogong | 0 |

IV | Dayu | 0 |

IV | Nanyang | 0 |

IV | Pingding | 0 |

IV | Lijie | 0 |

IV | Huayuan | 0 |

IV | Kaba | 0 |

IV | Zuogaimanma | 0 |

IV | Wanmao | 0 |

IV | Haoli | 0 |

IV | Shawan | 0 |

IV | Hanban | 0 |

IV | Daogao | 0 |

IV | Zhuyuan | 0 |

III | Ganjiangtou | 0 |

III | Hezuo | 0 |

III | Niba | 0 |

III | Baiguan | 0 |

III | Dachuan | 0 |

III | Wangcang | 0 |

III | Yiwa | 0 |

III | Fengdie | 0 |

III | Hanyuan | 0 |

III | Quanshui | 0 |

III | Dianga | 0 |

III | Ni'ao | 0 |

III | Zhongba | 0 |

III | Baihe | 0 |

III | Lexiu | 0 |

III | Luhe | 0 |

III | Zhouqu Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Taijing | 0 |

III | Jiangkou | 0 |

III | Shizi | 0 |

III | Zuogaiduoma | 0 |

III | Guanting | 0 |

III | Jiangpan | 0 |

III | Wuping | 0 |

III | Qiaotou | 0 |

III | Leiwang | 0 |

III | Taiyu | 0 |

III | Gongzishi | 0 |

III | Xiji | 0 |

III | Linxia | 202k |

III | Zhongpai | 0 |

III | Nanyu | 0 |

III | Xinzhai | 0 |

III | Maying | 0 |

III | Huama | 0 |

III | Suhe | 0 |

III | Tanping | 0 |

III | Shixia | 0 |

III | Hanji | 0 |

III | Chiba | 0 |

III | Caoping | 0 |

III | Jiangxi | 0 |

III | Nawu | 0 |

III | Jiaogong | 0 |

III | Shibao | 0 |

III | Kajiadao | 0 |

III | Huajialing | 0 |

III | Heba | 0 |

III | Leiba | 0 |

III | Sanjiaoping | 0 |

III | Pingxiang | 0 |

III | Wangba | 0 |

III | Hekou | 0 |

III | Kajiaman | 0 |

III | Hanyuan | 0 |

III | Dazhasi | 0 |

III | Chigan | 0 |

III | Haodi | 0 |

III | Xinglong | 0 |

III | Sanyu | 0 |

III | Jinchang | 0 |

III | Zhaowu | 0 |

III | Chagang | 0 |

III | Boyu | 0 |

III | Maying | 0 |

III | Shili | 0 |

III | Lidian | 0 |

III | Luoyu | 0 |

III | Wangpu | 0 |

III | Longlin | 0 |

III | Puchi | 0 |

III | Xuhujia | 0 |

III | Baleng | 0 |

III | Guohe | 0 |

III | Zhongchuan | 0 |

III | Tangga'an | 0 |

III | Taishihe | 0 |

III | Shuiquan | 0 |

III | Jichuan | 0 |

III | Hanjiaji | 0 |

III | Qiaotou | 0 |

III | Wangge'ertang | 0 |

III | Liangshui | 0 |

III | Daqiao | 0 |

III | Zhiqi | 0 |

III | Longcheng | 0 |

III | Shaijing | 0 |

III | Mayuan | 0 |

III | Maji | 0 |

III | Xingguo | 0 |

III | Tianshuijun | 0 |

III | Niyang | 0 |

III | Houjiachuan | 0 |

III | Liangshan | 0 |

III | Daping | 0 |

III | Qu'ao | 0 |

III | Anhua | 0 |

III | Majie | 0 |

III | Longxing | 0 |

III | Gongba | 0 |

III | Liuxiang | 0 |

III | Monigou | 0 |

III | Pingya | 0 |

III | Xigaoshan | 0 |

III | Duowa | 0 |

III | Madang | 0 |

III | Zhangzigou | 0 |

III | Huishi | 0 |

III | Fujia | 0 |

III | Dangjiaxian | 0 |

III | Damai | 0 |

III | Liuping | 0 |

III | Longba | 0 |

III | Suchuan | 0 |

III | Manisi | 0 |

III | Xindian | 0 |

III | Wangyin | 0 |

III | Yulong | 0 |

III | Yingtan | 0 |

III | Shimen | 0 |

III | Longfeng | 0 |

III | Haolin | 0 |

III | Danian | 0 |

III | Ganquan | 0 |

III | Zhifang | 0 |

III | Huangzhu | 0 |

III | Biashizang | 0 |

III | Mayanhe | 0 |

III | Suyuan | 0 |

III | Xiaoguan | 0 |

III | Guogan | 0 |

III | Taishi | 0 |

III | Shaba | 0 |

III | Jiujia | 0 |

III | Zhongzuiling | 0 |

III | Pingluo | 0 |

III | Labrang | 0 |

III | Beidao | 75k |

III | Lianhua | 0 |

III | Wangmo | 0 |

III | Juiji | 0 |

III | Xiaochuan | 0 |

III | Sangke | 0 |

III | Tieba | 0 |

III | Hanlin | 0 |

III | Jinping | 0 |

III | Fuya | 0 |

III | Suochi | 0 |

III | Wangguan | 0 |

III | Yongle | 0 |

III | Lanzhou | 3,200k |

III | Chenyuan | 0 |

III | Zhaizigou | 0 |

III | Hulinjia | 0 |

III | Sanhe | 0 |

III | Guozhen | 0 |

III | Douping | 0 |

III | Malianchuan | 0 |

III | Chuimatan | 0 |

III | Baishuijiang | 0 |

III | Qingjiangyi | 0 |

III | Paosha | 0 |

III | Guanjiachuan | 0 |

III | Weirong | 0 |

III | Waina | 0 |

III | Jiangluo | 0 |

III | Haoshui | 0 |

III | Ganjia | 0 |

III | Gangouyi | 0 |

III | Chengxian Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Yuhuang | 0 |

III | Lishan | 0 |

III | Huangchen | 0 |

III | Huaya | 0 |

III | Liugou | 0 |

III | Zhudian | 0 |

III | Gaoqiao | 0 |

III | Yaluhu | 0 |

III | Laojunpo | 0 |

III | Shifang | 0 |

III | Gongji | 0 |

III | Diancun | 0 |

III | Youlongchuan | 0 |

III | Shiyuan | 0 |

III | Jingning Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Xiagulei | 0 |

III | Dongjiang | 0 |

III | Dabao | 0 |

III | Liuji | 0 |

III | Xiaoling | 0 |

III | Zhongzhai | 0 |

III | Erlang | 0 |

III | Cairima | 0 |

III | Sitai | 0 |

III | Chanhe | 0 |

III | Sai'erlong Xiang | 0 |

III | Pingfeng | 0 |

III | Hongchuan | 0 |

III | Dagou | 0 |

III | Hanwang | 0 |

III | Yuan'an | 0 |

III | Yuezhao | 0 |

III | Chanba | 0 |

III | Yushu | 0 |

III | Sibaozi | 0 |

III | Nanhu | 0 |

III | Dahejia | 0 |

III | Nianba | 0 |

III | Xinjia | 0 |

III | Yuntai | 0 |

III | Guanting | 0 |

III | Gongyi | 0 |

III | Douba | 0 |

III | Baizhuangji | 0 |

III | Maying | 0 |

III | Wuku | 0 |

III | Pipa | 0 |

III | Miba | 0 |

III | Nankang | 0 |

III | Zuitai | 0 |

III | Liancai | 0 |

III | Sanguan | 0 |

III | Tunzhai | 0 |

III | Liping | 0 |

III | Jiegan | 0 |

III | Sancang | 0 |

III | Dianzi | 0 |

III | Dananyu | 0 |

III | Yinxingshu | 0 |

III | Mengdadazhuang | 0 |

III | Xinglong | 0 |

III | Shijiba | 0 |

III | Moba | 0 |

III | Pandi | 0 |

III | Luotang | 0 |

III | Xiongchi | 0 |

III | Songping | 0 |

III | Tawa | 0 |

III | Xingping | 0 |

III | Wangmin | 0 |

III | Shenlin | 0 |

III | Huixian Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Anmenkou | 0 |

III | Shixiang | 0 |

III | Sheshu | 0 |

III | Caohe | 0 |

III | Lijiaping | 0 |

III | Wangjia | 0 |

III | Xihuaiba | 0 |

III | Toufang | 0 |

III | Dahedian | 0 |

III | Baoziba | 0 |

III | Xizhi | 0 |

III | Dongguan | 0 |

III | Shatang | 0 |

III | Changba | 0 |

III | Shuiyang | 0 |

III | Xitan | 0 |

III | Wuma | 0 |

III | Laxiong | 0 |

III | Yangtian | 0 |

III | Huangping | 0 |

III | Shuangpengxi | 0 |

III | Sanlanbahai | 0 |

III | Bange | 0 |

III | Linjiang | 0 |

III | Galengkou | 0 |

III | Yaga | 0 |

III | Matiwan | 0 |

III | Jianshan | 0 |

III | Wenxian Chengguanzhen | 0 |

III | Jinjiahe | 0 |

III | Xiazhuang | 0 |

III | Xujiaping | 0 |

III | Tongqian | 0 |

III | Hengxianhe | 0 |

III | Koutouba | 0 |

III | Piancheng | 0 |

III | Yangba | 0 |

III | Lianghe | 0 |

III | Lesuhe | 0 |

III | Baiquesi | 0 |

III | Cangdu | 0 |

III | Dehenglong | 0 |

III | Weihe | 0 |

III | Jia'an | 0 |

III | Baijiaji | 0 |

III | Jishi | 0 |

III | Juting | 0 |

III | Yangpingguan | 0 |

III | Yuhe | 0 |

III | Sanheba | 0 |

III | Baiyang | 0 |

III | Shijiayuan | 0 |

III | Taiping | 0 |

III | Tuohe | 0 |

III | Taiyangling | 0 |

III | Zengjiahe | 0 |

(k = x1,000)

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