List of earthquakes in 1977

This is a list of earthquakes in 1977. Only earthquakes of magnitude 6 or above are included, unless they result in damage and/or casualties, or are notable for some other reason. Events in remote areas will not be listed but included in statistics and maps. Countries are entered on the lists in order of their status in this particular year. All dates are listed according to UTC time. Maximum intensities are indicated on the Mercalli intensity scale and are sourced from United States Geological Survey (USGS) ShakeMap data. Not a particularly busy year as far as the number of magnitude 7.0+ events with 11 being recorded. The largest event struck Indonesia in August and measured magnitude 8.3. The Solomon Islands were affected by a series of magnitude 7.5 events in April. Several events caused significant numbers of fatalities especially in Iran which had 3 earthquakes throughout the year with a combined death toll of around 1,120 people. The deadliest earthquake occurred in Romania in March and was the worst in the country's history. 1,641 people were killed in this event.

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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 1977
Strongest magnitude Indonesia, south of Sumbawa (Magnitude 8.3) August 19
Deadliest Romania, Vrancea County (Magnitude 7.5) March 4 1,641 deaths
Total fatalities3,107
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.910
6.0−6.975
5.0−5.91,693
4.0−4.92,395
← 1976
1978 →

By death tollEdit

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 1,641 7.5   Romania, Vrancea County VIII (Severe) 94.0 March 4
2 584 5.8   Iran, Kerman Province VIII (Severe) 31.0 December 19
3 366 5.9   Iran, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province IX (Violent) 41.0 April 6
4 189 8.3   Indonesia, south of Sumbawa VI (Strong) 25.0 August 19
5 167 6.9   Iran, Hormozgan Province IX (Violent) 29.0 March 21
6 70 7.4   Argentina, San Juan Province, Argentina X (Extreme) 13.0 November 23
7 34 6.7   British Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal VII (Very strong) 33.0 April 20
8 30 5.2   Turkey, Elazig Province V (Moderate) 21.0 March 25
9 18 7.5   British Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal VII (Very strong) 33.0 April 21

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitudeEdit

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 8.3 189   Indonesia, south of Sumbawa VI (Strong) 25.0 August 19
2 7.6 0   Samoa VI (Strong) 33.0 April 2
= 3 7.5 1,641   Romania, Vrancea County VIII (Severe) 94.0 March 4
= 3 7.5 0   British Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal VII (Very strong) 19.0 April 20
= 3 7.5 0   British Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal VII (Very strong) 33.0 April 20
= 3 7.5 18   British Solomon Islands, Guadalcanal VII (Very strong) 33.0 April 21
4 7.4 70   Argentina, San Juan Province, Argentina X (Extreme) 13.0 November 23
= 5 7.2 0   British Solomon Islands VI (Strong) 33.0 July 29
= 5 7.2 0   Tonga, south of III (Weak) 33.0 October 10
6 7.1 0   Falkland Islands Dependencies, east of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands ( ) 33.0 August 26
7 7.0 1   Philippines, Luzon VIII (Severe) 37.0 March 18

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By monthEdit

JanuaryEdit

January
Strongest magnitude6.6 Mw   Papua New Guinea
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.9131
4.0−4.9184
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[1][2]   China, Qinghai Province 6.3 27.0 VII
2[3][4]   Indonesia, south of Sumbawa 6.3 19.0 V
6[5][6]   Papua New Guinea, off the north coast of East Sepik Province 6.6 33.0 VII
17[7][8]   Chile, Antofagasta Region 6.3 33.0 VI
18[9][10]   New Zealand, Cook Strait 6.0 50.0 VI
26[11][12][13]   Indonesia, Bali 5.2 33.0 VI Some damage was caused.
31[14][15][16]   Soviet Union, Batken Region, Kyrgyzstan 6.1 20.0 VII Some damage was caused.

FebruaryEdit

February
Strongest magnitude6.7 Mw   United States
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.996
4.0−4.9152
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[17]   Argentina, Salta Province 6.0 549.0
19[18]   United States, Near Islands, Alaska 6.7 33.0

MarchEdit

March
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw   Romania
Deadliest7.5 Mw   Romania
1,641 deaths
Total fatalities1,839
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.9132
4.0−4.9229
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[19][20]   Philippines, Moro Gulf, Mindanao 6.1 52.0 VI
4[21][22][23]   Romania, Vrancea County 7.5 94.0 VIII Deadliest event of 1977. The 1977 Vrancea earthquake caused major destruction despite being fairly deep. 1,641 people were killed and 10,500 were injured. This was the deadliest earthquake in Romanian history. Bucharest suffered major property damage with costs reaching $2 billion (1977 rate). 1,641 10,500
8[24][25][26]   Indonesia, northern Sumatra 6.0 22.0 VIII Some damage was caused.
18[27][28][29]   Philippines, Luzon 7.0 37.0 VIII 1 person was killed and another 9 were injured. 14 homes were destroyed and 22 more were damaged. Costs were $100,000 (1977 rate). 1 9
21[30][31][32]   Iran, Hormozgan Province 6.9 29.0 VIII 167 people were killed and another 556 were injured. Major damage was reported. 167 556
23[33][34]   Fiji 6.3 33.0 VI
23[35]   Fiji 6.0 2.0 Aftershock of previous event.
25[36][37][38]   Turkey, Elazig Province 5.2 21.0 V 30 people were killed and major damage was caused. 30
26[39][40]   United States, Fox Islands (Alaska) 6.0 38.0 IV

AprilEdit

April
Strongest magnitude7.6 Mw   Samoa
Deadliest5.9 Mw   Iran
366 deaths
Total fatalities418
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.94
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.9156
4.0−4.9234
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[41][42]   Iran, Hormozgan Province 6.2 29.0 VII Aftershock of March 21 event.
2[43][44][45]   Samoa 7.6 33.0 VI Some damage was reported.
6[46][47][48]   Iran, Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari Province 5.9 41.0 IX 366 people were killed and a further 200 were injured. Some damage was caused. 366 200
20[49][50][51]   United Kingdom, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 6.7 33.0 VII Beginning of a series of large and destructive earthquakes in a period of several hours. 12 people died and a further 22 were missing in the first event. Major damage was caused. A mild tsunami was observed. 34
20[52][53][54]   United Kingdom, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 7.5 19.0 VII Some damage was caused.
20[55][56][57]   United Kingdom, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 7.5 33.0 VIII Suspected injuries and damage were reported. 1+
21[58][59]   United Kingdom, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 6.1 33.0 VI
21[60][61][62]   United Kingdom, Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands 7.5 33.0 VII Final of the mainshocks in the series. A further 18 people were killed and 1 person was injured. Major damage was caused. 18 1
21[63][64]   United Kingdom, Solomon Islands 6.0 33.0 V Aftershock.
22[65][66]   United Kingdom, Solomon Islands 6.0 51.0 V Aftershock.

MayEdit

May
Strongest magnitude6.0 Mw   United States
Deadliest5.4 Mw   Iran
3 deaths
Total fatalities3
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.91
5.0−5.9128
4.0−4.9211
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

26[67][68][69]   Iran, West Azarbaijan Province 5.4 37.0 V 3 people were killed and 9 were injured. Heavy damage was reported. 3 9
30[70][71]   United States, Fox Islands (Alaska) 6.0 33.0 IV

JuneEdit

June
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw   Tonga
Deadliest6.8 Mw   Tonga
1 death
Total fatalities1
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.94
5.0−5.9115
4.0−4.9224
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

22[72][73][74]   Tonga 6.8 65.0 VII 1 person was killed and 5 were injured in the 1977 Tonga earthquake. $1.2 million (1977 rate) of property damage was caused. 1 5

JulyEdit

July
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw   United Kingdom, Solomon Islands
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.95
5.0−5.9116
4.0−4.9184
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

16[75][76]   Yugoslavia, Upper Carniola, Slovenia 4.6 6.0 VI Some damage was caused.
21[77][78]   Philippines, Luzon 6.9 33.0 VII
29[79][80]   United Kingdom, Solomon Islands 7.2 33.0 VI

AugustEdit

August
Strongest magnitude8.3 Mw   Indonesia
Deadliest8.3 Mw   Indonesia
189 deaths
Total fatalities192
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.911
5.0−5.9180
4.0−4.9212
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

19[81]   Indonesia, south of Sumbawa 6.1 33.0 Foreshock of 1977 Sumba earthquake.
19[82][83][84][85]   Indonesia, south of Sumbawa 8.3 25.0 VI Largest event of 1977. The 1977 Sumba earthquake caused some damage. A large tsunami led to 189 deaths and 75 injuries. Damage costs of $1.2 million (1977 rate). Many aftershocks followed. 189 75
26[86]   United Kingdom, east of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 7.1 33.0
27[87][88]   Indonesia, north of Timor 6.8 25.0 VII
29[89][90]   Philippines, west of Luzon 6.2 12.0 V
31[91][92][93]   Colombia, Antioquia Department 6.4 33.0 VII 3 people were killed and some damage was caused. 3

SeptemberEdit

September
Strongest magnitude6.6 Mw   United States
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.9141
4.0−4.9192
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[94][95]   New Hebrides, Vanuatu 6.5 33.0 VI
4[96][97]   United States, Rat Islands, Alaska 6.4 34.0 II First of a series of large events in the area.
4[98][99]   United States, Rat Islands, Alaska 6.4 31.0 II
4[100][101]   United States, Rat Islands, Alaska 6.6 8.0 II
12[102]   Greece, southwest of Crete 6.0 33.0
13[103]   Tonga 6.0 33.0

OctoberEdit

October
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw   Tonga
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.94
5.0−5.9184
4.0−4.9208
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

10[104][105]   Tonga, south of 7.2 33.0 III
22[106]   Argentina, Santiago del Estero Province 6.1 614.0

NovemberEdit

November
Strongest magnitude7.4 Mw   Argentina
Deadliest7.4 Mw   Argentina
70 deaths
Total fatalities70
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.9160
4.0−4.9186
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[107][108][109]   Bulgaria, Pazardzhik Province 5.2 6.0 VII Some damage was caused.
4[110][111]   United States, Andreanof Islands, Alaska 6.7 33.0 VI
9[112][113][114]   Iran, Semnan Province 4.9 33.0 IV Some damage was caused.
18[115][116]   China, western Xizang Province 6.5 33.0 VIII
23[117][118][119]   Argentina, San Juan Province, Argentina 7.4 13.0 X 70 people were killed and 300 were injured in the 1977 San Juan earthquake. Extensive property damage was caused with costs of $80 million (1977 rate). 70 300
23[120][121]   Argentina, La Rioja Province 6.0 33.0 VI Aftershock.
24[122][123]   Argentina, San Juan Province, Argentina 6.0 33.0 VII Aftershock.
24[124][125]   Argentina, San Juan Province, Argentina 6.3 23.0 VII Aftershock.

DecemberEdit

December
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw   Japan
Deadliest5.8 Mw   Iran
584 deaths
Total fatalities584
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.9154
4.0−4.9179
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

19[126][127][128]   Iran, Kerman Province 5.8 31.0 VIII 584 people were killed and 1,000 were injured. Major damage was caused. 584 1,000
28[129][130] Red Sea 6.6 33.0 VIII

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  89. ^ "M 6.2 - Philippine Islands region". United States Geological Survey. August 29, 1977. Retrieved June 10, 2021.
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  94. ^ "M 6.5 - Vanuatu". United States Geological Survey. September 4, 1977. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
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  96. ^ "M 6.4 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska". United States Geological Survey. September 4, 1977. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
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  101. ^ "M 6.6 - Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska". United States Geological Survey. September 4, 1977. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
  102. ^ "M 6.0 - Crete, Greece". United States Geological Survey. September 12, 1977. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
  103. ^ "M 6.0 - Tonga". United States Geological Survey. September 13, 1977. Retrieved June 12, 2021.
  104. ^ "M 7.2 - south of Tonga". United States Geological Survey. October 10, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  105. ^ "M 7.2 - south of Tonga". United States Geological Survey. October 10, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
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  107. ^ "M 5.2 - Bulgaria". United States Geological Survey. November 3, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  108. ^ "M 5.2 - Bulgaria". United States Geological Survey. November 3, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  109. ^ "Significant Earthquake: ROMANIA: VELINGRAD". National Geophysical Data Center. November 3, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  110. ^ "M 6.7 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska". United States Geological Survey. November 4, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  111. ^ "M 6.7 - Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska". United States Geological Survey. November 4, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  112. ^ "M 4.9 - northern Iran". United States Geological Survey. November 9, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  113. ^ "M 4.9 - northern Iran". United States Geological Survey. November 9, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  114. ^ "Significant Earthquake: IRAN: GORGAN". National Geophysical Data Center. November 9, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  115. ^ "M 6.5 - western Xizang". United States Geological Survey. November 18, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  116. ^ "M 6.5 - western Xizang". United States Geological Survey. November 18, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  117. ^ "M 7.4 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 23, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  118. ^ "M 7.4 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 23, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  119. ^ "Significant Earthquake: ARGENTINA: SAN JUAN PROVINCE: MENDOZA". National Geophysical Data Center. November 23, 1977. Retrieved June 13, 2021.
  120. ^ "M 6.0 - La Rioja, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 23, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  121. ^ "M 6.0 - La Rioja, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 23, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  122. ^ "M 6.0 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 24, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  123. ^ "M 6.0 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 24, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  124. ^ "M 6.3 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 24, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  125. ^ "M 6.3 - San Juan, Argentina". United States Geological Survey. November 24, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  126. ^ "M 5.8 - central Iran". United States Geological Survey. December 19, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  127. ^ "M 5.8 - central Iran". United States Geological Survey. December 19, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  128. ^ "Significant Earthquake: IRAN: BAB-TANGOL". National Geophysical Data Center. December 19, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  129. ^ "M 6.6 - Red Sea". United States Geological Survey. December 28, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.
  130. ^ "M 6.6 - Red Sea". United States Geological Survey. December 28, 1977. Retrieved June 14, 2021.