List of earthquakes in 2020

This is a list of earthquakes in 2020. Only earthquakes of magnitude 6 or above are included, unless they result in damage and/or casualties, or are notable for other reasons. All dates are listed according to UTC time. Maximum intensities are indicated on the Modified Mercalli intensity scale and are sourced from United States Geological Survey (USGS) ShakeMap data.

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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2020
Strongest magnitude7.7 Mw  Jamaica
Deadliest6.7 Mw  Turkey
41 deaths
Total fatalities57
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.93
6.0−6.927
5.0−5.9373
4.0−4.92,809
← 2019

Compared to other yearsEdit

Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2010–2020[1][2]
Magnitude 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020
8.0–9.9 1 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0
7.0–7.9 21 19 15 17 11 18 16 6 16 9 3
6.0–6.9 151 204 129 125 140 124 128 106 117 133 27
5.0–5.9 1,963 2,271 1,412 1,402 1,475 1,413 1,502 1,451 1,675 1,489 373
4.0–4.9 10,164 13,303 10,990 9,795 13,494 13,239 12,771 11,296 12,777 11,337 2,809
Total 12,309 15,798 12,548 11,341 15,121 14,795 14,420 12,860 14,586 12,973 3,213

An increase in detected earthquake numbers does not necessarily represent an increase in earthquakes per se. Population increase, habitation spread, and advances in earthquake detection technology all contribute to higher earthquake numbers being recorded over time.[3]

By death tollEdit

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 41 6.7   Turkey, Elazığ IX (Violent) 10.0 January 24
2 10 5.8   Iran, West Azerbaijan VII (Very strong) 10.0 February 23

Listed are earthquakes with at least 10 dead.

By magnitudeEdit

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 7.7 0   Jamaica, Hanover offshore VI (Strong) 14.8 January 28
2 7.5 0   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore V (Moderate) 56.7 March 25
3 7.0 0   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore VI (Strong) 144.0 February 13

Listed are earthquakes with at least 7.0 magnitude.

By monthEdit

JanuaryEdit

January
Strongest magnitude7.7 Mw   Jamaica
Deadliest6.7 Mw   Turkey
41 deaths
Total fatalities46
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9148
4.0−4.91,209
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
2[4]   Iran, Khorasan-e Razavi, 81 km southwest of Taybad 5.5 10.0 VII At least 14 houses were damaged, some of them seriously.[5] - -
4[6]   Mexico, Oaxaca, 38 km southeast of Unión Hidalgo 5.8 83.0 VII Minor damage to some homes. No loss of life was reported.[7] - -
6[8]   Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 9 km south southeast of Indios 5.8 6.0 VI Various houses were badly damaged, and power was cut in Guayanilla municipality. Landslides also blocked roads.[9] - -
7[10]   Indonesia, Aceh offshore, 14 km south of Sinabang 6.3 17.0 VI Cracks in walls or broken windows were observed in some buildings in Sinabang.[11] - -
7[12]   Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 14 km southeast of Guánica 6.4 7.4 VIII As a result of the main shock of the 2020 Puerto Rico earthquakes, electricity was cut in most of the island and many buildings, including churches, collapsed in the southern part. One person died, crushed by the rubble, and 8 others were injured. Two more people died of heart attack attributed to the effects of this earthquake swarm.[13][14][15] 3 8
7[16]   Papua New Guinea, East New Britain, 130 km east northeast of Kimbe 6.0 117.0 IV - - -
8[17]   Iran, Bushehr, 13 km southeast of Borajzan 4.9 10.0 IV Some damage was caused and seven people were injured. This earthquake struck near the Bushehr nuclear plant, but did not damage it.[18] - 7
9[19]   Russia, Chukotka Autonomous Okrug 6.4 10.0 VII - - -
10[20]   Puerto Rico, Guánica offshore, 5 km southeast of María Antonia 5.2 9.0 VI Further damage was caused across the island, with some buildings collapsing and a power cut occurring. A woman who died of heart attack. It was part of the 2020 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[21] 1 -
11[22]   Puerto Rico, Guayanilla offshore, 11 km south southeast of Indios 5.9 5.0 VII Some houses were damaged in Ponce. It was part of the 2020 Puerto Rico earthquakes swarm.[23] - -
15[24]   Argentina, Mendoza, 17 km north northwest of San Martin 4.5 40.0 V Light damage was observed in the city of Mendoza. One person fainted by fear during a live tv show.[25][26] - 1
17[27]   Mexico, Oaxaca, 5 km east northeast of San Jeronimo Ixtepec 5.2 17.5 IV Various adobe houses and a church were damaged. The earthquake also caused some landslides and falling rocks blocked roads.[28] - -
18[29]   Indonesia, Papua, 141 km west of Abepura 6.0 44.0 VI - - -
19[30]   China, Xinjiang, 86 km east northeast of Arzak 6.0 5.6 VIII Three people were injured, including one in a critical condition, who later died in the hospital.[31][32] 1 2
19[33]   Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore, 57 km south southwest of Molibagu 6.1 121.7 IV - - -
19[34]   United States, Kansas, 3 km west southwest of South Hutchinson 4.5 5.0 VI There were reports of bricks breaking off chimneys and sidewalks cracking in the Hutchinson area.[34] - -
20[35]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 25 km south southeast of Bristol Island 6.1 93.0 V - - -
22[36]   Turkey, Manisa, 15 km east southeast of Kırkağaç 5.6 8.8 VII A few structures collapsed, people were running outside for safety. Four people were injured. The earthquake was felt in Istanbul and Izmir.[37] - 4
23[38]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 22 km east northeast of Tanaga Volcano 6.2 10.0 VI - - -
24[39]   Turkey, Elazığ, 9 km north northeast of Doğanyol, Malatya 6.7 10.0 IX During the 2020 Elazığ earthquake, widespread damage was caused in Pütürge, where around 10 buildings collapsed, and others were badly damaged, trapping dozens of people under the rubble. A fire also reportedly caused by a natural gas leak broke out in central Elazığ. 41 people died and 1,631 were injured. This is currently the deadliest earthquake of 2020.[40][41][42] 41 1,631
26[43]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 56 km west southwest of Amatignak Island 6.1 17.0 V - - -
27[44]   Solomon Islands, Makira-Ulawa, offshore, 102 km west northwest of Kirakira 6.3 21.0 VI - - -
28[45]   Jamaica, Hanover offshore, 123 km north nortwest of Lucea 7.7 10.0 VI The 2020 Caribbean earthquake was the strongest earthquake recorded in the Caribbean since 1946. It only caused some minor structural damage to buildings in Jamaica and Cayman Islands, and a tsunami warning.[46] This is currently the largest earthquake of 2020. - -
28[47]   Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman offshore, 55 km southeast of East End 6.1 10.0 V It was an aftershock of the 7.7 quake a few hours earlier. - -
29[48]   Solomon Islands, Makira-Ulawa, offshore, 70 km west of Kirakira 6.0 85.0 V It was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake two days prior. - -

FebruaryEdit

February
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw   Russia
Deadliest5.8 Mw   Iran
10 deaths
Total fatalities10
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.9108
4.0−4.9867
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
5[49]   Indonesia, East Java offshore, 108 km north northeast of Krajan Pangkah Kulon 6.2 592.4 I - - -
6[50]   Philippines, Davao offshore, 104 km south southeast of Pundaguitan 6.0 43.6 IV - - -
8[51]   India, Uttarakhand, 39 km northeast of Bageshwar 4.7 48.2 V Some houses were damaged, and one collapsed in Bageshwar district. Two people were injured by the rubble.[52] - 2
8[53]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, 124 km south southeast of Bristol Island 6.1 16.1 IV - - -
9[54]   Papua New Guinea, East New Britain offshore, 122 km south of Kokopo 6.2 31.3 VI - - -
13[55]   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 93 km east northeast of Kuril'sk 7.0 144.0 VI - - -
23[56]   Iran, West Azerbaijan, 25 km southeast of Saray, Turkey 5.8 10.0 VII During the first of the 2020 Iran–Turkey earthquakes, serious damage was caused to several villages in Turkey's Van province, where 10 people were killed (one of them later in the hospital) and 66 injured. Numerous houses collapsed in Iran, and 75 people were injured.[57][58][59][60] 10 141
23[61]   Iran, West Azerbaijan, 25 km southeast of Saray, Turkey 6.0 10.0 VII This pair of similarly sized earthquakes in a few hours can be considered as a doublet earthquake. - -
24[62]   Italy, Calabria, 2 km north of Rende 4.8 10.0 VII Various buildings were damaged and one collapsed in Cosenza province. One person was injured during a religious office by falling bricks.[63][64] - 1
26[65]   Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 55 km north northwest of Saumlaki 6.0 54.0 V - - -

MarchEdit

March
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw   Russia
Deadliest5.4 Mw   Croatia
1 death
Total fatalities1
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.97
5.0−5.9107
4.0−4.9643
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[66]   Philippines, Eastern Visayas, 5 km north northeast of Culasian 5.3 7.0 VI Schools and others buildings were damaged in Leyte island. Classes were also suspended.[67] - -
10[68]   Indonesia, West Java, 12 km west southwest of Cicurug 5.0 22.8 VIII Around 90 houses were damaged in Sukabumi, and two people were slightly injured.[69] - 2
14[70]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 298 km northeast of Raoul Island 6.3 10.0 III - - -
17[71]   Tonga, Niuatoputapu offshore, 172 km east of Hihifo 6.0 10.0 IV The island of Samoa was shaken, although the epicentre was in Tonga.[72] - -
18[73]   Vanuatu, Torba offshore, 97 km north northwest of Sola 6.1 178.8 IV - - -
18[74]   United States, Utah, 6 km north northeast of Magna 5.7 11.9 VIII The 2020 Salt Lake City earthquake was the strongest earthquake in Utah since 1992. More than 50,000 people lost power in Salt Lake City, and some damage was reported to houses and buildings.[75] - -
18[76]   Indonesia, Bali offshore, 246 km south of Kangin 6.2 17.6 VI - - -
21[77]   Greece, Epirus, 15 km southeast of Paramythia 5.7 10.0 VII Some old buildings were damaged and various collapsed in Kanalaki. Three people were slightly injured.[78][79] - 3
22[80]   Croatia, City of Zagreb, 3 km southwest of Kašina 5.4 10.0 VII The 2020 Zagreb earthquake was the strongest earthquake to hit the city since the 1880 earthquake. Serious damage was caused, more than 26,000 buildings were damaged, and some collapsed. One teenager was critically injured by a roof and died later in the hospital, while another 26 people were wounded.[81][82] 1 26
22[83] Central East Pacific Rise 6.1 10.0 - - - -
25[84]   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 219 km south southeast of Severo-Kurilsk 7.5 56.7 V - - -
26[85]   Philippines, Soccksargen offshore, 27 km southwest of Baliton 6.1 59.0 VI Some minor damage was observed, like cracks in walls.[86] - -
28[87]   Indonesia, Central Sulawesi, 64 km west northwest of Pendolo 5.8 10.0 VII At least three people were injured, 33 houses and several public facilities were damaged. Power outage was reported in some affected areas.[88] - 3
31[89]   United States, Idaho, 72 km west of Challis 6.5 10.0 VIII It was Idaho's most significant earthquake in almost 40 years, since a 6.9 event in the same area in 1983. Widely felt, it only caused some rockslides.[90][91] This earthquake occurred near the Sawtooth Fault, but was likely not related to it. - -

AprilEdit

April
Strongest magnitude5.5 Mw   Indonesia
Deadliest-
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.90
5.0−5.910
4.0−4.934
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[92]   Syria, Lattakia 4.6 10.0 IV - - -

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