PAGER - M 4.1 - OKLAHOMA

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?Sunday, March 30th, 2014 at 14:09:59 UTC (09:09:59 local)Location: 36.1° N, 97.6° WDepth: 3kmEvent Id: USC000NWW4Alert Version: 7Created: 6 weeks, 4 days after earthquake.
Global Location

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)
 
99
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 Economic LossesEconomic Alert Level: GREEN
ESTIMATED ECONOMIC ALERT: GREEN
ESTIMATED VALUE IN USD (LEVEL)Probability (%)
0 to 1 million (GREEN)
 
99
1 to 10 million (YELLOW)1
10 to 100 million (YELLOW)0
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---*1,884k*0000000
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 resistant to earthquake shaking, though some vulnerable structures exist.

Historical Earthquakes (with MMI)

Selected Cities Exposedfrom GeoNames Database of Cities with 1,000 or more residents.
MMICityPopulation
IIICrescent1k
IIIHennessey2k
IIIWaukomis1k
IIIGuthrie10k
IIIPerry5k
IIIEnid49k
IIEdmond81k
IIOklahoma City580k
IIMoore55k
IIMidwest City54k
IINorman111k

(k = x1,000)

Historical Events Map
Nearby Events in the EXPO-CAT Earthquake Catalog
#Date/TimeMagLat, Lon, DepthCountryMax MMI (Exposed)DeathsSecondary Effects
ShakingTotal
No historic events found within search parameters
MMICityPopulation
IIICrescent1k
IIIHennessey2k
IIIWaukomis1k
IIIGuthrie10k
IIIPerry5k
IIIEnid49k
IIIKingfisher5k
IIILangston2k
IIStillwater46k
IIEdmond81k
IIOkarche1k
IIPiedmont6k
IILuther1k
IIPerkins3k
IIThe Village9k
IINichols Hills4k
IIJones3k
IIOkeene1k
IIBethany19k
IISpencer4k
IIWarr Acres10k
IINicoma Park2k
IIOklahoma City580k
IIChoctaw11k
IIHarrah5k
IITonkawa3k
IIYukon23k
IIEl Reno17k
IIDel City21k
IIHelena1k
IIMidwest City54k
IIMoore55k
IIMedford996
IIWatonga5k
IIFairview3k
IIMcLoud4k
IICaldwell1k
IIBethel Acres3k
IIBlackwell7k
IIChandler3k
IICherokee2k
IICushing8k
IIDrumright3k
IIFairfax1k
IIGeary1k
IIHall Park1k
IIHinton3k
IIMcCord1k
IIMeeker1k
IIMinco2k
IIMustang17k
IINewcastle8k
IINewkirk2k
IINorman111k
IIOilton1k
IIPawnee2k
IIPink2k
IIPonca City25k
IIStroud3k
IITuttle6k
IIUnion City2k
IIYale1k
IIAnthony2k
IIArkansas City12k
IIKiowa1k
IIAlva5k
IIBlanchard8k
IIBoley1k
IIBristow4k
IIChickasha16k
IICleveland3k
IIGoldsby2k
IIHominy4k
IIMannford3k
IINoble6k
IIPrague2k
IIShawnee30k
IISlaughterville4k
IITaloga299
IITecumseh6k
IIThomas1k
IIWeatherford11k
IIHarper1k
IIOxford1k
IIWellington8k
IIWinfield12k
IIAnadarko7k
IIArapaho796
IIClinton9k
IIKellyville1k
IILexington2k
IIMaud1k
IINinnekah1k
IIPawhuska4k
IIPurcell6k
IISeminole7k
IIBarnsdall1k
IICarnegie2k
IIKonawa1k
IIOkemah3k
IIWewoka3k
IIMedicine Lodge2k
IICordell3k
IIHoldenville6k
IIWetumka1k
IISedan1k
IIHobart4k

(k = x1,000)


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