PAGER - M 7.7 - SEA OF OKHOTSK
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Earthquake Shaking Alert Level: GREENDownload Alert PDFWhat's this?Tuesday, August 14th, 2012 at 02:59:42 UTC (12:59:42 local)Location: 49.8° N, 145.1° EDepth: 625kmEvent Id: USC000BZ29Alert Version: 3Created: 1 hour, 31 minutes after earthquake.
|ESTIMATED FATALITIES (LEVEL)||Probability (%)|
|1 to 9 (YELLOW)||1|
|10 to 99 (YELLOW)||0|
|100 to 999 (ORANGE)||0|
|1 to 10 thousand (RED)||0|
|10 to 100 thousand (RED)||0|
|100 thousand + (RED)||0|
|Estimated Modified Mercalli Intensity||I||II-III||IV||V||VI||VII||VIII||IX||X|
|Est. Population Exposure||---*||96k*||0||0||0||0||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 a mix of vulnerable and earthquake resistant construction.
Historical Earthquakes (with MMI)
|Date (UTC)||Dist (km)||Mag||Max MMI (#)||Shaking Deaths|
Recent earthquakes in this area have caused secondary hazards such as tsunamis and landslides that might have contributed to losses.
(k = x1,000)
|#||Date/Time||Mag||Lat, Lon, Depth||Country||Max MMI (Exposed)||Deaths||Secondary Effects|
|5.5||50° N, 142.59° E|
|RU||VI (5 k)||0||0|
|7||52.6° N, 142.83° E|
|RU||IX (2 k)||1995||1995|
|5.5||51.92° N, 142.96° E|
|RU||VII (8 k)||0||0|
|6.8||48.77° N, 142.2° E|
|6.2||47.11° N, 141.81° E|
|RU||VII (26 k)||2||2||tsunami|
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