List of earthquakes in 2021

This is a list of earthquakes in 2021. Only earthquakes of magnitude 6 or above are included, unless they result in damage and/or casualties, or are notable for some other reason. All dates are listed according to UTC time. Maximum intensities are indicated on the Mercalli intensity scale. The year 2021 was a very active period for global seismicity, with 19 major earthquakes, three of which were over 8.0, and was also the most seismically active since 2007. There were a total of 2,476 fatalities, with the majority from a M 7.2 in Haiti. Fatalities occurred in every month of the year. Earthquake activity was lowest in June, while August was the most active and deadliest month. Major events also took place in Indonesia, Japan, China, Pakistan, Mexico and Peru. A M 7.3 quake in China was the most intense event of the year (MMI X, Extreme). A rare 5.9 magnitude earthquake struck Victoria, Australia in September.

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Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 2021
Strongest magnitude8.2 Mw United States
United States
Deadliest7.2 Mw Haiti Haiti
2,248 deaths
Total fatalities2,476
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9.0+0
8.0−8.93
7.0−7.916
6.0−6.9141
5.0−5.92,046
4.0−4.914,643
← 2020
2022 →

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Number of earthquakes worldwide for 2011–2021
Magnitude 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
8.0–9.9 1 2 2 1 1 0 1 1 1 0 3
7.0–7.9 19 14 17 11 18 16 6 16 9 9 16
6.0–6.9 187 117 123 143 124 127 104 118 135 112 141
5.0–5.9 2,486 1,546 1,460 1,580 1,413 1,550 1,447 1,671 1,484 1,319 2,046
4.0–4.9 13,129 10,955 11,877 15,817 13,777 13,700 10,544 12,782 11,897 12,216 14,658
Total 15,822 12,635 13,480 17,552 15,336 15,397 12,102 14,589 13,530 13,654 16,864

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Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date Event
1 2,248 7.2   Haiti, Nippes VIII (Severe) 10.0 August 14 2021 Haiti earthquake
2 105 6.2   Indonesia, West Sulawesi VI (Strong) 18.0 January 15 2021 West Sulawesi earthquake
3 27 5.9   Pakistan, Balochistan VII (Very Strong) 9.0 October 6 2021 Balochistan earthquake
4 20 7.3   China, Qinghai X (Extreme) 10.0 May 21 2021 Maduo earthquake
5 13 7.0   Mexico, Guerrero VIII (Severe) 20.0 September 7 2021 Guerrero earthquake
6 12 7.5   Peru, Loreto VIII (Severe) 112.5 November 28 2021 Northern Peru earthquake
7 10 6.0   Indonesia, East Java offshore V (Moderate) 67.0 April 10 2021 East Java earthquake

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Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date Event
1 8.2 0   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands VII (Very strong) 32.2 July 29 2021 Chignik earthquake
2 8.1 0   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore VIII (Severe) 26.5 March 4 2021 Kermadec Islands earthquakes
2 8.1 0   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore VII (Very strong) 22.8 August 12 2021 South Sandwich Islands earthquakes
4 7.7 0   New Caledonia offshore, southeast of the Loyalty Islands IV (Light) 10.0 February 10 2021 Loyalty Islands earthquake
5 7.5 12   Peru, Loreto VII (Very Strong) 112.5 November 28 2021 Northern Peru earthquake
5 7.5 0   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore VI (Strong) 63.3 August 12 2021 South Sandwich Islands earthquakes
7 7.4 0   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore VII (Very strong) 55.6 March 4 2021 Kermadec Islands earthquakes
8 7.3 20   China, Qinghai X (Extreme) 10.0 May 21 2021 Maduo earthquake
8 7.3 1   Indonesia offshore, Flores Sea VI (Strong) 18.4 December 14 2021 Flores earthquake
8 7.3 0   New Zealand, Gisborne offshore VI (Strong) 10.0 March 4 -
8 7.3 0   Indonesia, Maluku offshore VII (Very Strong) 166.9 December 29 -
8 7.3 0   Vanuatu region offshore IV (Light) 535.8 October 2 -
13 7.2 2,248   Haiti, Nippes VIII (Severe) 10.0 August 14 2021 Haiti earthquake
14 7.1 1   Japan, Miyagi offshore VIII (Severe) 49.9 February 13 2021 Fukushima earthquake
14 7.1 1   Philippines, Mindanao offshore VII (Very Strong) 65.6 August 11 2021 Davao Oriental earthquake
14 7.1 0   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore IV (Light) 6.0 August 22 -
17 7.0 13   Mexico, Guerrero VIII (Severe) 12.6 September 8 2021 Guerrero earthquake
17 7.0 0   Japan, Miyagi offshore VII (Very strong) 54.0 March 20 March 2021 Miyagi earthquake
17 7.0 0   Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore VI (Strong) 80.0 January 21 -

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JanuaryEdit

January
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw   Indonesia
Deadliest6.2 Mw   Indonesia
105 deaths
Total fatalities105
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8.0−8.90
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Drone view of West Sulawesi's Governor's Office Building, which collapsed due to the main shock on January 14.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[1]   Indonesia, Central Sulawesi, 138 km (86 mi) northwest of Kendari 5.0 10.0 VI Some buildings were damaged in the Morowali Regency. One person was injured.[2] - 1
3[3]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 231 km (144 mi) west southwest of Adak 6.1 21.0 VI - - -
6[4]   New Zealand offshore, Kermadec Islands 6.2 37.1 IV - - -
6[5]   Croatia, Sisak-Moslavina, 3 km (1.9 mi) west southwest of Petrinja 4.7 10.0 VIII It was an aftershock of the 2020 Petrinja earthquake. Several buildings previously weakened by the December 29 event sustained additional damage.[6] - -
6[7]   Indonesia, Gorontalo offshore, 53 km (33 mi) south southwest of Gorontalo 6.1 148.0 IV - - -
8[8]   New Zealand offshore, Kermadec Islands 6.3 224.0 IV - - -
8[9]   Vanuatu, Tafea offshore, 146 km (91 mi) south southeast of Isangel 6.1 113.0 IV - - -
10[10]   Argentina, Jujuy, 32 km (20 mi) northwest of San Antonio de los Cobres 6.1 217.0 IV - - -
10[11]   Vanuatu, Malampa offshore, 50 km (31 mi) east of Lakatoro 6.1 160.0 IV - - -
10[12]   Turkey, Ankara, 11 km (6.8 mi) west of Kalecik 4.3 10.0 VII Cracks appeared in several buildings.[13] - -
11[14]   Mongolia, Khövsgöl, 30 km (19 mi) south southwest of Khankh 6.7 10.0 IX[15] The 2021 Khövsgöl earthquake was the strongest earthquake to hit Mongolia since 1967. A number of public buildings around Khövsgöl lake and as far south as Mörön were damaged with cracked walls and broken windows. In Mörön, 59 people had to be treated for symptoms such as heart problems and high blood pressure.[16][17][18] - 59
14[19]   Indonesia, West Sulawesi, 33 km (21 mi) south of Mamuju 5.7 18.0 VII It was a foreshock of the 6.2 quake a few hours later. Two houses and an emergency center were damaged in Mamuju. One person sustained injuries.[20] - 1
14[21]   Indonesia, West Sulawesi, 32 km (20 mi) south of Mamuju 6.2 18.0 VI[22] The 2021 West Sulawesi earthquake caused widespread damage in Mamuju Regency, including hotel and hospital collapses. Landslides also occurred and various roads were blocked. 105 people died, more than 3,300 others injured, and three missing.[23][24] 105 3,369
15[25]   Iran, Hormozgan, 50 km (31 mi) northeast of Bandar-e Lengeh 5.5 8.0 VII About 125 houses were damaged and 75 destroyed in Bandar Kong region, and one person was injured.[16][26] - 1
16[27]   Algeria, Oran offshore, 20 km (12 mi) northwest of Oran 3.2 40.0 - In Oran, an old building partially collapsed.[28] - -
19[29]   Argentina, San Juan, 28 km (17 mi) southwest of Pocito 6.4 16.9 VII 30,000 buildings were damaged and 3,000 collapsed in San Juan province, power disruptions were reported as well as landslides and damaged roads. Twenty people were injured, one of them seriously.[16][30][31] - 20
20[32]   Austria, Styria, 3 km (1.9 mi) north northeast of Ardning 3.9 5.0 V Some damage was caused, such as cracks on walls and broken windows. A church was also damaged.[33] - -
21[34]   Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore, 40 km (25 mi) northeast of Talaud Islands 7.0 80.0 VI A few buildings in Talaud Islands Regency were damaged.[35] - -
23[36]   China, Sichuan, 57 km (35 mi) southwest of Xunchang 4.9 10.0 VI A hundred homes were damaged and four people were injured.[16] - 4
23[37]   Spain, Andalusia, 2 km (1.2 mi) west southwest of Santa Fe 4.2 10.0 V It was part of an earthquake swarm. Some houses were slightly damaged in Atarfe. One elderly man was injured by a fallen chimney.[38] - 1
23[39]   Antarctica offshore, South Shetland Islands 6.9 9.8 V Small tsunami waves were observed with a maximum height of 4 cm (1.6 in). A building was damaged at a Chilean scientific base in Antarctica.[40][41] - -
24[42]   New Zealand, Bay of Plenty, 16 km (9.9 mi) east of Rotorua 5.1 10.0 VI It is a part of an earthquake swarm. Ten buildings were damaged in Lake Rotoma.[43] - -
28[44]   Spain, Andalusia, 2 km (1.2 mi) east northeast of Chauchina 4.3 10.0 IV It was part of an earthquake swarm. Light damage was caused to some houses in Granada, including a roof collapse.[45] - -
31[46]   Guyana, Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo, 82 km (51 mi) south southeast of Lethem 5.5 5.4 VIII It was the strongest earthquake ever recorded in Guyana. lt was felt in the states of Roraima and Amazonas in Brazil.[47][48] Property damage was reported in Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo.[49] - -

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February
Strongest magnitude7.7 Mw   New Caledonia
Deadliest7.1 Mw   Japan
1 death

5.9 Mw   Tajikistan
1 death

4.9 Mw   Indonesia
1 death
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Dead Injured
3[50]   West Chile Rise 6.7 10.0 IV - - -
3[51]   Indonesia, West Sulawesi, 37 km south southeast of Mamuju 4.9 10.0 VI It was an aftershock of the 2021 West Sulawesi earthquake. Further damage was caused and a 61-year-old man was killed.[52] 1 -
3[53]   Guinea, Kindia, 41 km northwest of Kindia 5.0 10.0 VI More than 100 buildings were damaged in the Kindia region, which resulted in the evacuation of some villages. The earthquake was likely caused by the damming of a new reservoir.[54] - -
5[55]   Armenia, Gegharkunik, 9 km southwest of Vahan 5.2 10.0 VII More than 270 buildings were damaged in the region.[54] - -
7[56]   Philippines, Davao, Magsaysay 6.0 10.0 VIII The 2021 Davao Del Sur earthquake caused moderate damage to 26 houses in Davao del Sur, and fourteen people were injured by fallen objects. A power outage was reported in Kidapawan.[16][57] - 14
7[58]   Papua New Guinea, Manus offshore, 193 km southwest of Lorengau 6.3 10.0 IV - - -
9[59]   Turkey, Konya, 15 km northwest of Tuzlukçu 4.8 10.0 VIII Three houses in Tuzlukçu were damaged.[60] - -
10[61]   New Caledonia offshore, southeast of the Loyalty Islands 6.1 11.0 - It was a foreshock of the 7.7 quake one hour later. - -
10[62]   Indonesia, Bengkulu offshore, 216 km south southwest of Bengkulu 6.3 10.0 IV - - -
10[63]   New Caledonia offshore, southeast of the Loyalty Islands 6.1 10.0 - It was a foreshock of the 7.7 quake eighteen minutes later. - -
10[64] 7.7 10.0 IV The 2021 Loyalty Islands earthquake triggered a tsunami warning for New Zealand and Polynesia and a brief tsunami watch issued for American Samoa.[65][66] A small tsunami was observed with wave heights reaching up to 0.78 m (2.6 ft) in Lenakel, Vanuatu.[67] - -
10[68] 6.1 11.7 - These were aftershocks of the 7.7 quake a few hours earlier. - -
10[69] 6.1 14.0 - - -
10[70] 6.3 12.0 III - -
11[71] 6.0 10.0 - - -
11[72]   Chile, Los Ríos, 38 km east southeast of Panguipulli 4.8 10.0 IV The moderate earthquake triggered rockslides in roads of the region and minor damage was reported, such as objects falling off shelves and walls.[73][74] The shaking was felt in the cities of Bariloche and San Martín de los Andes in Argentina.[75] - -
12[76]   Tajikistan, Gorno-Badakhshan, 37 km west of Murghob 5.9 99.0 IV 128 buildings were damaged through Pakistan, India and Kazakhstan. In the adjacent Haripur district of Pakistan, a woman fell and died while she was running in a panic, and ten other people were injured.[16][77] 1 10
13[78]   Armenia, Ararat, Hovtashen 4.9 10.0 VI The earthquake was felt in the capital Yerevan, where more than 3,000 buildings were damaged. 27 people were injured.[54][79][80] - 27
13[81]   Japan, Miyagi offshore, 72 km east northeast of Namie 7.1 44.1 VIII The 2021 Fukushima earthquake caused power outages for 800,000 houses, damage to buildings and damage to a major expressway in Fukushima. One person was confirmed dead, and 185 people were injured, 12 of them seriously.[82][83][84] Maximum intensity on the JMA scale reached Shindo 6+. It was an aftershock of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake.[85] 1 185
16[86]   Vanuatu, Shefa offshore, 77 km west of Port Vila 6.2 5.6 IV Cracks appeared in the dormitory of a school in Port Vila.[87] - -
17[88]   Greece, Central Region, 11 km north of Kamárai 5.5 5.3 VIII Minor damage was reported in many houses.[89] - -
17[90]   Iran, Isfahan, 27 km northwest of Yasuj 5.4 10.0 VII In the 2021 Sisakht earthquake, 5,294 buildings were damaged and 1,206 destroyed. 88 people sustained injuries, most of them in Yasuj.[16][91] - 88
17[92]   New Caledonia offshore, southeast of the Loyalty Islands 6.1 12.6 - It was an aftershock of the 7.7 quake on February 10. - -
18[93]   Vanuatu, Tafea offshore, 135 km south southwest of Port Vila 6.2 14.0 IV - - -
18[94]   France, Wallis and Futuna offshore, 158 km east southeast of Alo 6.1 3.7 IV - - -
24[95]   Iran, Isfahan, 26 km northwest of Yasuj 4.9 10.0 V It was an aftershock of the 2021 Sisakht earthquake, further damage was caused, and 30 people were injured.[54] - 30
26[96]   Indonesia, North Maluku, 147 km south of Sofifi 5.0 10.0 - 456 buildings, including a hospital and several government buildings were damaged in South Halmahera Regency. Ten people were injured.[16][97] - 10

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March
Strongest magnitude8.1 Mw   New Zealand
Deadliest5.3 Mw   China
3 deaths
5.1 Mw   Colombia
3 deaths
Total fatalities7
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9.0+0
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5.0−5.9340
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Dead Injured
1[98]   Colombia, Antioquia, 20 km southwest of Urrao 5.1 10.0 VI Various houses were damaged and some destroyed in Antioquia. One person died in Medellín after falling from a roof during the earthquake, while another died from a heart attack, and another died from a landslide at Retiro, and at least 6 people were injured.[99][100][101] 3 6
3[102]   Greece, Thessalia, 10 km west northwest of Týrnavos 6.3 8.0 VIII The 2021 Larissa earthquake damaged at least a hundred homes and other buildings in the area, including churches, were damaged. A disabled man was rescued with serious head injuries after being trapped in his house in Mesochori and later died in the hospital, while 11 other people were slightly injured.[103][104][105] 1 11
4[106]   New Zealand, Gisborne offshore, 174 km northeast of Gisborne 7.3 10.0 VI At least 27 buildings were damaged in Gisborne. A tsunami warning was issued for Gisborne District from Hicks Bay to Tokomaru Bay, along with nearby river estuaries, then lifted.[107][108][109] Tsunami waves with heights up to 28 cm (11 in) were observed in East Cape, New Zealand.[110] - -
4[111]   Vanuatu, Torba offshore, 69 km north northeast of Port Olry 6.1 173.3 IV - - -
4[112]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 7.4 43.0 VII It was a foreshock of the 8.1 quake a few hours later. Tsunami waves with heights up to 31 cm (12 in) were observed in Raoul Island, New Zealand.[113] - -
4[114] 8.1 21.2 VIII The 2021 Kermadec Islands earthquake damaged some buildings and caused landslides on Raoul Island,[115] it also triggered a tsunami warning for New Zealand.[116] Tsunami heights have been around 35–40 cm (14–16 in) at East Cape and around 15–20 cm (5.9–7.9 in) at Great Barrier Island; 64 cm (25 in) waves were reported in Norfolk Island.[117] A tsunami in Port-Vila, Vanuatu damaged a few boats and several people were injured.[118][better source needed] - Several
4[119] 6.1 10.0 III It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake one hour earlier. - -
4[120]   Greece, Thessalia, 12 km east of Verdikoussa 5.8 10.0 VIII It was an aftershock of the 6.3 quake the day before. Additional damage was caused, and some empty houses collapsed.[121] - -
4[122]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.5 10.0 III Those were aftershocks of the 8.1 quake a few hours earlier. - -
5[123] 6.3 17.0 IV - -
5[124] 6.2 10.0 III - -
6[125]   New Zealand, Gisborne offshore, 179 km northeast of Gisborne 6.3 13.0 V It was an aftershock of the 7.3 quake on March 4. - -
6[126]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.1 10.3 IV Those were aftershocks of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -
6[127] 6.2 10.0 VI - -
6[128] 6.1 10.0 VI - -
6[129]   Peru, Arequipa, 17 km east southeast of Iray 4.9 10.0 VI About 70 adobe houses were damaged in Huambo district, and 10 were destroyed. Some landslides also blocked roads.[16][130] - -
10[131]   Iran, Razavi Khorasan 4.7 10.0 V At least 15 homes were slightly damaged in villages near the epicenter.[132] - -
11[133]   Tanzania, Mara, 25 km south southwest of Tarime 4.8 10.0 V Around 50 students were injured in a stampede caused by the earthquake in Kisii, in neighbouring Kenya.[134] - 50
14[135]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.0 10.0 III - - -
14[136]   Iran, Hormozgan, 113 km northwest of Minab 5.0 45.0 III Several buildings in Faryab were slightly damaged as a result of the earthquake.[137] - -
14[138]   Turkmenistan, Ahal, 39 km southwest of Bäherden 4.5 10.0 V 65 buildings were damaged in the Kopet Dag Mountains.[16] - -
16[139]   Russia, Kamchatka offshore, 176 km south southeast of Ust’-Kamchatsk Staryy 6.6 22.1 V - - -
18[140]   Algeria, Bejaia offshore, 20 km north northeast of Bejaïa 6.0 8.0 VII Around 2,000 buildings were damaged in 12 wilayas, with cracks in walls and collapsed buildings. Sixty people were injured while fleeing in a panic, and also by jumping through windows. A small tsunami was also observed, with heights of 6 cm (0.20 ft) in the Balearic Islands.[141][107][142] - 60
19[143]   China, Tibet, 95 km northeast of Nagqu 5.7 8.0 VII Around 5,000 buildings were damaged in Xizang, including some office blocks which suffered cracked walls.[107][144] - -
20[145]   Mexico, Guerrero, 7 km north of Marquelia 5.7 28.3 VI Two homes cracked in the municipality of Ayutla de los Libres. Another three residences had fractured walls. Trees were downed and a roof detached off of a structure.[146] - -
20[147]   Australia offshore, west of Macquarie Island 6.1 10.0 II - - -
20[148]   Japan, Miyagi offshore, 27 km east northeast of Ishinomaki 7.0 54.0 VII The March 2021 Miyagi earthquake caused minor damage, and power outages for a few hundred houses. A tsunami advisory was issued for Miyagi, then canceled. Maximum intensity of Shindo 5+ was recorded.[149] 11 people were injured.[150] It was an aftershock of the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake.[151] - 11
21[152]   Germany, Baden-Württemberg, 3.1 km northwest of Albstadt 3.9 16.0 - Three buildings were damaged in Albstadt.[16] - -
23[153]   Greece, Western Macedonia, 20 km northeast of Kónitsa 4.4 10.0 II The earthquake damaged four buildings in the nearby village of Samaria, including two churches and a school.[16][154] - -
23[155]   Mongolia, Govisumber, 45 km north of Choyr 4.6 10.0 V The earthquake slightly damaged five houses in the nearby town of Bayantal.[16][156] - -
23[157]   China, Xinjiang, 100 km northeast of Aksu 5.3 10.0 VII Three people were killed and 65 houses were damaged, livestock sheds also collapsed.[158] 3 -

AprilEdit

April
Strongest magnitude6.6 Mw   South Sandwich Islands
Deadliest6.0 Mw   Indonesia
10 deaths
Total fatalities12
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9130
4.0−4.91,134
 
Damage to the exterior of a building in Malang Regency.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[159]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.5 20.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -
1[160]   Algeria, Guelma, 20 km west southwest of Guelma 4.8 10.0 VII Some houses were badly damaged in Guelma province, and rockslides occurred.[161] - -
1[162]   Tonga offshore, Fiji region 6.0 595.0 II - - -
3[163]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, east of South Sandwich Islands 6.6 10.0 I - - -
4[164]   Namibia, Kunene, 68 km north northwest of Khorixas 5.4 6.0 VII Some structural damage was reported, and many houses suffered cracks.[165] - -
5[166]   New Zealand, Gisborne offshore, 193 km northeast of Gisborne 6.1 10.0 V It was an aftershock of the 7.3 quake on March 4. - -
6[167]   Iraq, Sulaymaniyah, 6 km northeast of Baynjiwayn 5.2 9.3 VII Some 302 houses were damaged in Marivan, in neighbouring Iran. Four people were injured.[168] - 4
7[169]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.1 10.0 III It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -
10[170]   Indonesia, East Java offshore, 45 km south of Sumberpucung 6.0 67.0 V During the 2021 East Java earthquake, nearly 15,000 buildings, including a hospital, suffered significant damage. Ten people were confirmed dead (one of them later at a hospital) and more than 100 others were injured.[16][171][172] 10 104
10[173]   Philippines offshore, Celebes Sea, 168 km south southwest of Sarangani 6.1 311.3 III - - -
10[174]   Papua New Guinea, Madang offshore, 195 km north of Madang 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
18[175]   Iran, Bushehr, 28 km north northeast of Bandar-e Genāveh 5.8 8.0 VIII Nearly 300 homes were destroyed in Genaveh County, and six people were injured.[16][176] - 6
18[177]   Taiwan, Hualien, 15 km south southwest of Hualien City 5.8 12.0 VIII Minor damage including cracks and broken windows were reported in at least 27 schools.[178] - -
20[179]   Indonesia, North Sumatra offshore, 255 km south of Sinabang 6.1 9.0 IV - - -
24[180]   Tonga, Ha'apai offshore, 223 km west northwest of Pangai 6.5 301.0 IV These two earthquakes of the same intensity in a few minutes can be considered a doublet earthquake. - -
25[181]   Tonga, Tongatapu offshore, 205 km west southwest of Haveluloto 6.5 246.0 IV - -
27[182]   Papua New Guinea, East Sepik offshore, 174 km east northeast of Angoram 6.1 10.0 IV - - -
27[183]   Indonesia, West Java, 60 km west southwest of Banjar 5.0 57.4 IV Two unoccupied homes in the Sukabumi Regency collapsed while five other houses were also at risk of collapsing.[184] There were no casualties reported. - -
28[185]   India, Assam, 9 km north northwest of Dhekiajuli 6.0 34.0 VI The 2021 Assam earthquake caused moderate damage, such as fallen walls and cracked buildings, was reported near the epicenter. Ten people were injured and two deaths (due to heart attacks) were reported in the districts of Nagaon and Kamrup.[186][187] In neighbouring Bhutan, structural damage was also observed and two people were injured.[188] 2 12
29[189]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.1 10.0 III It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -

MayEdit

May
Strongest magnitude7.3 Mw   China
Deadliest7.3 Mw   China
20 deaths
Total fatalities24
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.912
5.0−5.9128
4.0−4.91,196
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[190]   Japan, Miyagi offshore, 38 km east southeast of Ishinomaki 6.9 47.3 VII Three people were injured by the strong shaking.[191] - 3
2[192]   Chile, Coquimbo offshore, 31 km southwest of Coquimbo 5.8 33.0 VI Power outages were caused in the Coquimbo commune, near the epicenter and minor rockslides was observed.[193] - -
2[194]   Indonesia, West Sumatra, 160 km south southwest of Padang 5.5 21.0 V An emergency room at a hospital in the Mentawai Islands Regency suffered cracks.[195] - -
5[196]   Indonesia, West Sumatra, 137 km south southwest of Padang 5.7 23.1 V The earthquake caused further damage at the same hospital, affected by May 2 event. Several electric generators were affected, resulting in power outages.[195] - -
7[197]   Australia offshore, west of Macquarie Island 6.0 10.0 - - - -
7[198]   Iran, Kordestan, 27 km north northwest of Paveh 4.4 10.0 - Fifty homes were damaged and one collapsed in Sarvabad.[199] - -
7[200]   Fiji, Lau offshore 6.1 378.6 III - - -
12[201]   El Salvador, Sonsonate offshore, 55 km southwest of Acajutla 6.0 22.0 IV - - -
12[202]    Mauritius - Reunion region 6.7 10.0 III - - -
12[203]   Peru, Ica, 1 km southeast of Pampa de Tate 5.5 34.3 V Twelve buildings were damaged in Ica.[16] - -
13[204]   Panama, Chiriquí offshore, 151 km south southeast of Punta de Burica 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
13[205]   Japan, Miyagi offshore, 73 km east northeast of Namie 6.0 32.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 2021 Fukushima earthquake. Maximum intensity was recorded as Shindo 4 on the JMA seismic intensity scale.[206] - -
14[207]   Indonesia, North Sumatra offshore, 260 km south of Sinabang 6.7 11.0 IV - - -
15[208]   Italy, Umbria, 1 km southeast of Cipolleto 4.1 10.8 - Several houses and a church suffered cracks in walls.[209] - -
17[210]   Iran, North Khorasan, 55 km west southwest of Bojnurd 5.4 10.0 VII Some buildings suffered damage and 25 people were injured.[211] - 25
18[212]     Nepal, Gandaki, 35 km east of Pokhara 5.3 10.0 V Around two dozen houses were damaged, and six people suffered injuries.[213] - 6
19[214] Southern East Pacific Rise 6.7 10.0 I - - -
19[215]   China, Yunnan, 24 km west of Dali 4.6 10.0 - It was a foreshock of the 2021 Dali earthquake. More than 1,300 homes were damaged.[216] - -
21[217]   China, Yunnan, 28 km northwest of Dali 6.1 9.0 VIII The 2021 Dali earthquake caused some buildings to collapse, trapping people under the rubble, and others were damaged. Three people were killed and 32 others injured.[218] 3 32
21[219]   China, Qinghai, 388 km southwest of Xining 7.3 10.0 X Several bridges in Maduo County were severely damaged and collapsed during the 2021 Maduo earthquake. Nineteen people sustained minor injuries. Unconfirmed reports that 20 people were killed, with more than 300 injured.[220][221] This earthquake was the largest to strike China since the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. The earthquake was assigned X on the China seismic intensity scale by the China Earthquake Administration.[222][223] 0-20 19-300
21[224]   France, Wallis and Futuna offshore, 253 km south southeast of Alo 6.5 10.0 VII - - -
21[225]   Indonesia, East Java, 29 km south southwest of Sumberpucung 5.7 107.9 IV More than 600 buildings were damaged in East Java, including 14 public health clinics and seven Mosques. Three people were injured.[226] - 3
22[227]   China, Shaanxi 3.6 17.0 - Some houses near the epicentre suffered minor damage.[227] - -
23[228]   Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nord-Kivu, 2 km northeast of Goma 4.5 10.0 IV Two houses collapsed and many others were damaged in Rubavu, Rwanda.[229] - -
24[230]   Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nord-Kivu, 9 km north of Goma 4.7 10.0 - Several buildings collapsed in Goma. One person was killed in Rubavu, Rwanda.[231] 1 -
25[232]   Rwanda, Western Province, 19 km northeast of Gisenyi 4.7 10.0 VIII Houses, schools, and roads were damaged in the Rubavu District of Rwanda. In neighboring Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, the earthquake flattened several buildings and three children were injured by falling debris.[233][234] - 3
31[235]   United States, Alaska, 73 km north of Chickaloon 6.1 43.9 VI Minor damage was reported in Greater Anchorage, such as objects falling off shelves.[236] - -

JuneEdit

June
Strongest magnitude6.5 Mw   New Zealand
Deadliest5.0 Mw   Democratic Republic of the Congo
2 deaths
Total fatalities3
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.92
5.0−5.9104
4.0−4.91,092
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[237]   Argentina, San Juan, 23 km northwest of San Agustín de Valle Fértil 4.8 44.8 V Slight damage was caused in San Juan.[238] - -
3[239]   Indonesia offshore, Molucca Sea, 132 km west southwest of Ternate 6.2 26.0 IV - - -
7[240]   Philippines, Western Visayas, 18 km west southwest of Jayubó 4.7 10.0 VI Various houses sustained major damage in Valderrama, Antique due to massive cracks and fissures that formed during the event and aftershocks.[241] - -
10[242]   Democratic Republic of Congo, South Kivu, 87 km southwest of Kabare 5.0 10.0 V Various old houses collapsed in Bukavu district, trapping some people under the rubble. Two children were killed by a falling wall, and three prisoners were injured.[243][244] 2 3
10[245]   China, Yunnan, 23 km southwest of Longquan 5.0 10.0 VII Two people were injured and more than 2,000 houses were damaged.[246] - 2
12[247]   China, Yunnan, 68 km southeast of Myitkyina, Myanmar 4.9 10.0 - Over 130 buildings were damaged in five cities.[248] - -
14[249]   Philippines Northern Mindanao, 5 km northwest of Don Carlos 5.7 5.9 VII Several buildings and homes in Kadingilan, suffered cracks on walls, some of them previously damaged by the 5.9 earthquake on November 18, 2019.[250] - -
16[251]   Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 71 km east southeast of Amahai 5.9 7.0 VI Homes in three villages were damaged by the earthquake. Further damage was caused by a 50 cm (1.6 ft) high tsunami.[252][253] The tsunami was determined to have been triggered by an underwater landslide.[254] - -
16[255]   China, Qinghai 5.5 10.0 VII Four homes sustained cracks in walls.[256] - -
20[257]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.5 25.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -
23[258]   Peru, Cañete offshore, 11 km west southwest of Mala 5.9 50.1 VII During the 2021 Mala earthquake, Jorge Chávez International Airport sustained minor damage when ceiling tiles fell from the roof.[259] Several homes collapsed in Mala and a number of people fainted and fell from the stairs due to the shaking.[260] A 6-year-old boy died of a heart attack while evacuating and 20 others suffered injuries.[261][262] 1 20
23[263]   Argentina, Mendoza, 26 km west northwest of Mendoza 4.6 19.0 IV Some houses were damaged and one collapsed in Las Heras, roads were also cut by rockslides.[264] - -
24[265]   Afghanistan, Parwan, 10 km southwest of Charikar 5.1 16.2 V 22 people were injured in Kabul when fleeing in panic.[16] - 22
26[266]   France, Grand Est, 2 km southeast of Hœrdt 4.1 2.5 IV Cracks were reported in walls and roof tiles were damaged.[267][268] - -
26[269]   Turkey, Bingöl, 8 km east of Yayladere 5.4 3.1 VI Several houses in four villages were damaged in Elazığ, and an elderly woman was injured.[270] - 1
27[271]   Indonesia, Yogyakarta offshore, 55 km southeast of Pundong 5.1 85.5 V Several homes were damaged in Gunungkidul.[272] - -
29[273]   Cuba, Artemisa, 5 km east of Soroa 4.7 10.0 VI Some houses suffered damage and a hospital had to be evacuated.[274] - -

JulyEdit

July
Strongest magnitude8.2 Mw   United States
Deadliest5.7 Mw   Tajikistan
5 deaths
Total fatalities6
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.911
5.0−5.9134
4.0−4.91,151
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
2[275]   Fiji region 6.1 599.6 II - - -
4[276]   Chile, Atacama offshore, 89 km west of Vallenar 6.0 22.0 VI - - -
7[277]   Laos, Sainyabuli, 53 km northeast of Chiang Klang, Thailand 4.7 10.0 IV In Nan province, Thailand, a local school suffered cracks on one of its supporting beams.[278] - -
8[279]   United States, California, 32 km south southwest of Smith Valley 6.0 7.5 VII The earthquake triggered rockslides in California and Nevada. It is the largest earthquake to strike California since the 2019 Ridgecrest earthquake two years prior.[280] - -
10[281]   Indonesia offshore, Molucca Sea, 215 km northwest of Tobelo 6.1 43.6 IV - - -
10[282]   Tajikistan, Districts under Central Government Jurisdiction, 18 km east southeast of Rasht 5.7 12.8 VII Five people were killed, thirty others sustained injuries, and at least 20 houses destroyed in two villages during the 2021 Rasht earthquake.[283][284] 5 30
13[285]   Taiwan, Hualien County offshore, 8 km southeast of Hualien City 5.2 10.0 III Some minor damage was reported in Hualien City, including a wall collapse.[286] - -
17[287]   Panama, Chiriquí offshore, 130 km south of Punta de Burica 6.1 9.1 IV It was a foreshock of the 6.7 earthquake on July 21. - -
18[288]   Iran, Bushehr, 49 km north of Borazjan 5.4 9.0 VII Some damage was caused in towns near the epicentre, such as Kazerun.[289] - -
21[290]   Papua New Guinea offshore, Bismarck Sea, 150 km southwest of Lorengau 6.0 8.7 IV - - -
21[291]   Peru, Cajamarca, 7 km south southeast of San Ignacio 4.9 31.9 VI 16 buildings were destroyed and 45 others were damaged in the districts of San Ignacio and Tabaconas. A 12-year old girl was injured and 50 people were left homeless.[292] - 1
21[293]   Panama, Chiriquí offshore, 68 km south of Punta de Burica 6.7 10.0 VI Power was cut in Puerto Armuelles, and at least one house was damaged.[294] - -
23[295]   Philippines, Calabarzon offshore, 17 km south of Calatagan 6.7 110.0 V Some homes were badly damaged and walls were destroyed. A landslide occurred near Calatagan and some items were knocked off shelves in convenience stores. A sinkhole appeared beside a house in a barangay in Taal after the earthquake. [296][297] - -
24[298]   Greece, Crete, 4 km west of Thrapsano 4.7 10.0 VI Some minor damage was caused in Arkalochori, such as cracks on walls and shattered windows.[299] - -
24[300]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore 6.1 10.0 III It was an aftershock of the M8.1 quake on March 4. - -
26[301]   Indonesia, Central Sulawesi offshore, 97 km west northwest of Luwuk 6.3 11.0 VI Power outages were caused and many residents evacuated due to fear of a potential tsunami.[302] An elderly man died of shock during the earthquake.[303] Two homes were seriously damaged while in another five, damage was moderate. Damage was also reported in one school and three worship locations.[304] 1 -
29[305]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 105 km southeast of Perryville 8.2 35.0 VII The 2021 Chignik earthquake was the largest earthquake of 2021; it was also the largest earthquake in the United States since the 1965 Rat Islands earthquake. Moderate damage was reported, with homes shifted from their foundations and cracks in walls.[306] A small tsunami measuring at 21.3 cm (0.7 ft) was recorded in Old Harbor, Alaska.[307][308] This was the 7th largest earthquake in US history. - -
29[309]   Myanmar, Sagaing, 46 km northeast of Shwebo 5.5 10.0 VII A brick wall collapsed in Yae Oo town of the Sagaing Division. In the Chanayethazan Township of Mandalay, a monastery partially collapsed.[310][311] - -
30[312]   Peru, Piura, 9 km east southeast of Sullana 6.2 34.4 VII Moderate damage was reported near the epicenter, where various old houses were damaged, as well as Piura Cathedral. A total of 721 residents suffered injuries.[313] Two adults and a child had serious injuries after falling from height.[314] Six houses collapsed and 181 more were damaged.[312] - 721

AugustEdit

August
Strongest magnitude8.1 Mw   South Sandwich Islands
Deadliest7.2 Mw   Haiti
2,248 deaths
Total fatalities2,250
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.94
6.0−6.914
5.0−5.9316
4.0−4.91,887
 
A destroyed building in Les Cayes, Haiti.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
2[315]   Indonesia, West Papua offshore, 182 km northeast of Tual 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
3[316]   India, Andaman and Nicobar Islands offshore, 339 km south southeast of Port Blair 6.1 10.0 IV - - -
4[317]   China, Guangxi, 58 km southeast of Baise City 4.5 13.8 - 500 houses and some roads were damaged in Debao County. Electricity was also disrupted.[318] - -
11[319]   Indonesia, North Sumatra, 11 km southeast of Padangsidempuan 4.8 10.0 II Two buildings were damaged in the North Padang Lawas Regency.[320] - -
11[321]   Philippines, Davao offshore, 63 km east of Pondaguitan 7.1 65.6 VII The 2021 Davao Oriental earthquake caused minor damage and triggered a tsunami reaching up to 6.1 cm (0.20 ft) in Bitung, Indonesia. A 20-year-old man died after being hit by falling coconuts.[322] 1 -
12[323]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 7.5 47.2 VI The 2021 South Sandwich Islands earthquakes were some of the largest earthquakes in the Atlantic Ocean. A tsunami warning was issued, but later cancelled, with waves reaching heights of 75 cm (2.46 ft) in South Georgia Island. The tsunami was also observed as far away as Portugal and Madagascar.[324][325] - -
12[326] 8.1 55.7 VII - -
12[327] 6.7 35.0 - These were aftershocks of the 8.1 earthquake an hour earlier. - -
12[328] 6.1 35.0 IV - -
12[329] 6.0 35.0 IV - -
12[330]   Russia, Kemerovo Oblast, 34 km northeast of Karagayla 5.0 10.0 V Five buildings were damaged in Novokuznetsk.[16] - -
12[331]   Spain, Andalusia, 3 km southwest of Santa Fe 4.6 10.0 VII It was the strongest earthquake to hit the region since 1984. One house partially collapsed, and cracks in walls appeared in some others.[332] - -
13[333]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.1 10.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 earthquake 16 hours earlier. - -
14[334]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 117 km southeast of Perryville 6.9 21.0 V It was an aftershock of the 8.2 earthquake on July 29. - -
14[335]   Haiti, Nippes, 13 km south southeast of Petit Trou de Nippes 7.2 10.0 VIII The 2021 Haiti earthquake was the largest to strike the country since the 1842 Cap-Haïtien earthquake. Enormous damage was caused with more than 138,000 buildings completely destroyed, especially in Les Cayes and Nippes. 2,248 people were killed, 12,763 others were injured and 329 people remained missing. It is the deadliest earthquake of 2021.[336] 2,248 12,763
16[337]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.9 14.0 IV These were aftershocks of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
17[338] 6.1 47.1 IV - -
18[339]   Vanuatu, Sanma offshore, 16 km north of Port Olry 6.9 89.5 VII - - -
18[340]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.0 28.0 IV These were aftershocks of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
22[341] 6.6 11.0 IV - -
22[342] 7.1 14.0 IV - -
24[343]   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore, 223 km southwest of Severo-Kurilsk 6.0 31.0 IV - - -
24[344]   Honduras, Santa Bárbara, 11 km north northeast of Pinalejo 5.2 7.8 VI Several buildings, including a school and a hospital, were damaged in Santa Rita and San Pedro Sula.[345] - -
26[346]   Indonesia, Central Sulawesi offshore, 113 km east northeast of Poso 5.7 8.0 VII A collapsing house crushed one person to death, while 39 people suffered injuries. At least 297 houses suffered damage.[347] 1 39
31[348]   Tanzania, Shinyanga, 33 km northeast of Masumbwe 4.8 10.0 V Cracks were observed in walls of some houses, and one person suffered injuries.[349] - 1
31[350]   New Zealand, Kermadec Islands offshore, 989 km south southwest of 'Ohonua, Tonga 6.4 16.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 quake on March 4. - -
31[351]   Turkey, Kütahya, 19 km west of İhsaniye 5.1 10.0 V Heavy damage was reported in 15 homes in Altıntaş.[352] Bricks were dislodged and fell from a balcony and chimneys. The earthquake destroyed a barn and caused solar panels on a roof to explode.[353][354] - -

SeptemberEdit

September
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw   Mexico
Deadliest7.0 Mw   Mexico
13 deaths
Total fatalities17
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.98
5.0−5.9133
4.0−4.91,183
 
Rescue workers searching the rubble of a collapsed building in Cerro del Chiquihuite.
 
Damage to buildings in Crete, Greece during the 2021 Arkalochori earthquake.
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[355]   China, Sichuan, 44 km southeast of Xunchang 5.0 10.0 III 147 buildings were damaged, and 26 people were left homeless.[16] - -
7[356]   Tonga, Haʻapai offshore, 185 km west northwest of Pangai 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
8[357]   Mexico, Guerrero, 3 km northeast of Acapulco 7.0 20.0 VIII The 2021 Guerrero earthquake damaged or destroyed 8,700 buildings.[358] One person was killed in Coyuca de Benítez by a falling pole, and another in Acapulco.[359] Four more people died of heart attacks.[360][361][362] Around twenty people were also injured.[363] A seventh, indirect fatality occurred on September 9 in Acapulco due to a traffic accident.[364] A landside on September 10 in Cerro del Chiquihuite, Mexico City killed five more people, caused one injury and left two missing.[365][366] The suspected cause of the landslide was heavy rainfall and the quake which weakened soils on the hill.[367] A 14-year-old girl died from her injuries due to a collapsed wall on September 11.[368][369][370] 13 23
13[371]   Iran, Razavi Khorasan, 38 km east northeast of Quchan 5.1 10.0 V 861 buildings were damaged in 42 villages around the epicenter. Between 23 and 25 people are suspected to have been injured during the quake.[16][372][373] - 23-25
13[374]   Argentina, Salta, 79 km northwest of San Antonio de los Cobres 6.2 193.4 IV - - -
13[375]   Indonesia, North Maluku, 153 km south of Sofifi 4.6 10.0 - One building was damaged in Bancan.[16] - -
15[376]   China, Sichuan, 52 km west southwest of Yongchuan 5.4 7.5 VII The 2021 Luxian earthquake killed three and left 146 injured.[377] Some 29,000 homes in Lu County were damaged, an additional 7,800 had collapsed or were badly damaged. Services on the Mianyang–Luzhou high-speed railway were suspended.[378] The earthquake was assigned VIII on the China seismic intensity scale by the Sichuan Earthquake Administration.[379] 3 146
18[380]   United States, California, 2 km east of Carson 4.3 11.9 VI Light damage was caused, such as items falling off shelves in convenience stores.[381] The earthquake also caused a power outage in an oil refinery in Carson.[382] - -
18[383]   Papua New Guinea, Oro, 117 km south southeast of Popondetta 5.3 20.3 VI The quake caused flooding which destroyed some food gardens and a bridge.[384] - -
19[385]   Peru, Arequipa, 5 km southeast of Huambo 4.6 10.0 IV Six homes were damaged in Arequipa.[16] - -
19[386]   Iran, Isfahan, 41 km northwest of Yasuj 4.3 10.0 II It was an aftershock of the 2021 Sisakht earthquake. Ten buildings were damaged in Yasuj.[16] - -
20[387]   Russia, Kuril Islands offshore 6.1 25.0 IV - - -
21[388]   Chile, Biobío offshore, 81 km northwest of Arauco 6.4 12.5 V - - -
21[389]   Australia, Victoria, 38 km south of Mount Buller 5.9 10.0 VII The 2021 Mansfield earthquake was one of the strongest earthquakes to hit mainland Australia. Power outages occurred and buildings were damaged in Melbourne. One person was injured by falling debris.[390] - 1
22[391]   Nicaragua, Chinandega offshore, 78 km southwest of Jiquilillo 6.5 30.7 V - - -
24[392]   United States, Alaska offshore, Aleutian Islands, 184 km west southwest of Adak 6.1 39.6 V - - -
27[393]   Greece, Crete, 7 km northwest of Thrapsanón 6.0 8.7 VIII The 2021 Arkalochori earthquake was the largest in Greece since the event in March. More than 5,000 buildings were damaged and landslides occurred in Heraklion.[394][395] A village was destroyed with only two buildings surviving. A man was killed and 35 people were injured.[396][397] 1 35
28[398]   Indonesia, Central Java, 9 km north northwest of Bumiayu 3.0 10.0 - At least 23 houses in 2 districts of Brebes Regency were damaged, 4 of them seriously. A hill suffered a 150-meter crack.[398] - -
28[399]   Greece, Crete, 9 km southwest of Arkalochóri 5.3 10.0 V It was an aftershock of the 6.0 earthquake a day earlier. Further damage was caused, and some damaged homes collapsed.[400] - -
29[401]   Argentina, Mendoza, 32 km east southeast of San Martín 4.9 30.0 VI Some houses were damaged or destroyed in Rivadavia.[402] - -
29[403]   Japan, Niigata offshore, 241 km northwest of Nanao 6.1 367.7 III - - -
29[404]   Philippines, Soccksargen, 20 km southeast of Lake Sebu 4.0 5.0 - Several houses, schools, and other buildings were damaged in T'Boli. At least four hot springs also appeared after the earthquake.[405] - -

OctoberEdit

October
Strongest magnitude7.3 Mw   Vanuatu
Deadliest5.9 Mw   Pakistan
27 deaths
Total fatalities31
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.910
5.0−5.9102
4.0−4.91,035
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[406]   Iran, Bushehr, 24 km north of Genāveh 4.9 10.0 VI Three people were injured.[407] - 3
2[408]   Vanuatu region offshore 7.3 535.8 IV - - -
2[409] Mid-Indian Ridge 6.0 10.0 - - - -
2[410]   Philippines, Mimaropa, 10 km northeast of Tuban 5.4 9.4 VII The walls of five homes collapsed, with damage totaling 208,000.[411] - -
4[412]   Iran, Khuzestan, 56 km northeast of Masjed Soleymān 5.5 10.0 VII At least 20 people were injured and 3,318 buildings were damaged; 59 destroyed in Chelgard.[16][413] - 8
4[414]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.2 10.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
5[415]   Japan, Iwate offshore, 48 km north northeast of Miyako 5.7 55.0 V Three people had minor injuries and at least one building was damaged.[416][417] - 3
6[418]   Croatia, Split-Dalmatia County, 10 km east of Otok 4.9 10.0 VI 65 buildings were damaged in Split.[16] A minor landslide was reported in Trilj.[419][420] - -
6[421]   Pakistan, Balochistan, 14 km north northeast of Harnai 5.9 9.0 VII At least 27 people were killed, 15 missing and 300 injured during the 2021 Balochistan earthquake. Around 70 buildings in Harnai collapsed, burying people. Some of the injured in critical condition were rushed to a hospital.[422][423] 27 300
6[424]   Argentina, Salta, 21 km northeast of El Galpón 5.0 10.0 IV Some damage was caused in supermarkets, and two people were hospitalized.[425] - 2
7[426]   Japan, Chiba, 4 km west southwest of Chiba 5.9 62.0 VII The 2021 Chiba earthquake caused minor damage and power outages in the epicentral area, and at least 51 people were injured. There were two instances of building fires.[427][428] A maximum intensity of Shindo 5+ was recorded. It was the strongest earthquake to strike Tokyo since 2011. - 51
8[429]   Iran, Khuzestan, 59 km northeast of Masjed Soleymān 5.1 10.0 IV Three people were injured when fleeing in panic.[16] - 3
9[430]   Peru, Arequipa, 4 km northwest of Madrigal 5.7 14.2 VI More than 144 buildings were damaged.[16] - -
9[431]   Vanuatu region offshore 6.9 520.4 III It was an aftershock of the 7.3 earthquake on October 2. - -
10[432]   Pakistan, Balochistan, 6 km south of Harnai 4.5 10.0 III It was an aftershock of the 2021 Balochistan earthquake. Six people were injured and there was additional damage.[433] - 6
10[434]   United States, Hawaii offshore, 29 km south of Naalehu 6.2 35.1 VII This was the strongest earthquake in the US state since the 2018 Hawaii earthquake. It was likely related to oceanic plate stresses rather than volcanic activity.[435] In Naalehu, objects fell off shelves and cracks appeared in drywalls.[436] Rockfalls were also reported in the Halemaʻumaʻu Crater.[436] - -
11[437]   United States, Alaska offshore, 114 km east of Chignik 6.9 69.1 VIII It was an aftershock of the 8.2 earthquake on July 29. - -
11[438]   India, Karnataka, 7 km northeast of Shahabad 4.3 10.0 IV A hundred buildings were damaged and ten destroyed in Kalaburagi.[16] - -
12[439]   Greece, Crete, Palekastro 6.4 10.0 VIII The 2021 Lasithi earthquake struck near the coast of Crete, causing damage to the town hall of Sitia and a church to collapse.[440][441] - -
13[442]   Argentina, Santa Cruz, 2 km northeast of El Calafate 5.4 10.0 VII Cracks in walls and roads at El Calafate city. Rockslides were also reported.[443][444] - -
14[445]   Philippines, Bicol, 4 km northwesr of Naga 4.2 7.0 - Minor damage to government buildings was reported in three towns in Camarines Sur. It was the first in a swarm of earthquakes that affected the province in mid-October, 2021.[446] - -
14[447]   China, Inner Mongolia, 180 km west northwest of Tongliao 4.4 10.0 - 958 buildings were damaged in Ar Horqin Banner. At least 1,000 people were affected.[448] - -
15[449]   Solomon Islands, Isabel offshore, 146 km west southwest of Buala 6.4 22.6 VI Two houses were destroyed and 23 others damaged in Gatokae Island. One person was injured after the canteen of a school collapsed.[450][451] - 1
15[452]   Indonesia, Bali, 16 km north northeast of Banjar Wangsian 4.7 10.0 VIII After the 2021 Bali earthquake, four people were killed by a landslide at Kintamani. A three-year-old girl was killed by falling debris.[453][454] 73 people were injured, seven of which sustained broken bones.[455] At least 70 collapsed homes were among the several hundred buildings affected.[456] 4 73
16[457]   Iran, Kerman , 16 km south of Shahrak-e Pābedānā 4.8 10.0 - At least 3,530 buildings were damaged.[458] There were reports of collapsed walls and broken windows in Bob-Tangol and in Taleghani.[459] - -
18[460]   Vanuatu, Torba offshore, 67 km west northwest of Sola 6.2 96.5 V - - -
21[461]   Tonga offshore, south of the Fiji Islands 6.1 497.2 II - - -
22[462]   Indonesia, East Java offshore, 53 km southwest of Dampit 4.9 72.9 IV Several buildings were damaged in Blitar. The earthquake also destroyed a local mosque.[463] - -
22[464]   Indonesia, Central Java, 15 km west of Salatiga 2.9 10.0 - It is the largest earthquake in a swarm related to Mount Telomoyo.[465] Several buildings were damaged.[466] - -
24[467]   Taiwan, Yilan, 21 km south southeast of Yilan 6.2 64.5 VI A woman in Hualien County was injured by falling rocks. The Taipei Metro was temporarily suspended.[468] - 1
29[469]   Albania, Dibër, 9 km northeast of Bulqizë 4.7 10.0 VI At least 16 homes were damage.[470][471] - -

NovemberEdit

November
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw   Peru
Deadliest7.5 Mw   Peru
12 deaths
Total fatalities14
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.917
5.0−5.9116
4.0−4.91,084
 
The destruction of the earthquake in Peru
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
1[472]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.0 22.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
1[473]   Indonesia, North Sumatra offshore, 255 km south of Sinabang 6.0 15.3 IV - - -
4[474]   Indonesia, Maluku, 65 km northeast of Amahai 5.7 18.0 VI At least 26 homes in the Central Maluku Regency were damaged.[475] - -
4[476]   Pakistan, Sind, 22 km southeast of Jati 4.9 10.0 III At least ten buildings were damaged in Gujarat, India.[16] - -
6[477]   Indonesia, North Sulawesi offshore, 154 km of Gorontalo 6.0 39.9 V - - -
8[478]   Turkey, Konya, 22 km southeast of Derbent 5.1 10.0 V Three buildings were destroyed and 151 were damaged in Kızılören, Küçükmuhsine Sefaköy and Tepekent.[16] Two people were injured after falling from stairs.[479] - 2
9[480]   Nicaragua, Carazo offshore, 61 km south of Masachapa 6.3 35.0 V - - -
10[481]   Japan, Ryukyu Islands offshore, 184 km southeast of Hirara 6.6 10.0 IV A tsunami was observed, with a maximum height of 31 cm (1.02 ft).[482] - -
10[483]   Indonesia, Papua offshore, 182 km southwest of Nabire 6.0 10.0 V - - -
14[484]   Iran, Hormozgan, 63 km north northwest of Bandar Abbas 6.0 7.0 VII The 2021 Hormozgan earthquakes, spaced a few minutes apart can be considered as a doublet earthquake. Two people died, one by a falling utility pole, the other while fleeing his home.[485][486] Ninety-eight people suffered injuries, nine of them with heart attacks and broken limbs.[487] A number of homes were destroyed in Bandar Abbas and landslides occurred in the Geno Biosphere Reserve.[488] 2 98
14[489] 6.4 10.0 IX
15[490] South Indian Ocean 6.0 10.0 - - - -
16[491]   Netherlands, Groiningen, Garrelsweer 3.2 3.0 - Nearly 800 buildings suffered minor damage, 598 of them in Garrelsweer.[492] - -
18[493]   Papua New Guinea, New Ireland offshore, 189 km southeast of Kokopo 6.2 36.3 IV - - -
19[494]   Turkey, Erzurum, 24 km northwest of Karayazı 5.1 9.0 VII 172 houses collapsed in several villages near the epicentre. Four people were injured.[16][495][496] - 4
20[497]   Azerbaijan, Shirvan, 12 km northeast of Shamakhi 5.0 10.0 VI A house was damaged in Agsu.[498] - -
22[499]   Dominican Republic, Puerto Plata, 5 km southeast of Río Grande 4.5 10.0 V At least 16 schools suffered minor damage in the form of cracks in walls.[500] - -
23[501]   Ecuador, Pichincha, 5 km west northwest of Oyambarillo 4.9 3.8 V Some damage was caused to houses in Quito. However, no casualties were reported.[502] - -
25[503]   Solomon Islands, Santa Cruz Islands offshore, 75 km east of Lata 6.1 39.9 VII - - -
26[504]   Myanmar, Chin, 19 km north northwest of Hakha 6.2 42.5 VIII In Hakha, Myanmar, the ceiling of a church partially collapsed.[505] In Bangladesh, one person was injured after jumping off the second floor of a building at Chittagong University,[506] and a four-storey apartment tilted to its side and struck a neighbouring building in Chawkbazar Thana.[507] - 5
28[508]   Peru, Loreto, 42 km north northwest of Barranca 7.5 112.5 VIII The 2021 Northern Peru earthquake caused around 2,592 buildings, including seven churches to collapse in Peru, where two people lost their lives; one by falling wood, the other from a heart attack, and 126 people were injured. Some damage was also reported in neighbouring Ecuador. On November 29, a bus crashed due to a landslide and fell of a cliff in Bongará Province, killing ten and injuring seven others.[509] Three people were injured in the La Jalca District, and 70% of the homes were damaged, according to the district's mayor. Many of the homes damaged were constructed of mud and stone.[510][511][512][513] 12 136
28[514]   India, Tamil Nadu 3.6 25.0 - Despite its small magnitude, the earthquake had slightly damaged a house in Vellore.[514] - -
29[515]   Japan, Izu Islands offshore, 484 km southeast of Katsuura 6.3 6.1 III - - -
30[516]   Papua New Guinea, New Ireland offshore, 112 km southeast of Kavieng 6.3 10.0 V - - -
30[517]   Papua New Guinea, New Ireland offshore, 113 km northwest of Rabaul 6.1 10.0 IV It was an aftershock of the 6.3 earthquake a minute earlier. - -

DecemberEdit

December
Strongest magnitude7.3 Mw   Indonesia
Two events
Deadliest7.3 Mw   Indonesia
1 death
Total fatalities1
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.912
5.0−5.9153
4.0−4.9928
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured
3[518]   Japan, Kansai, 9 km southwest of Gobō 5.2 11.3 VI Two homes suffered minor damage and broken windows were reported in Wakayama. Five people were injured.[519][520] - 5
3[521]   Chile, Easter Island offshore, 295 km west southwest of Hanga Roa 6.1 10.0 III - - -
3[522]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.0 9.9 III It was an aftershock of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
4[523]   Indonesia offshore, Philippine Sea, 259 km north of Tobelo 6.0 174.3 IV - - -
5[524]   Peru, Lambayeque, 14 km west northwest of Mochumi 4.1 60.0 - One house collapsed and nine others were damaged in the Incahuasi District. Two people were left homeless.[525] - -
5[526]   Turkey, Van, 22 km southeast of Ercis 4.9 10.1 VII At least five buildings were damaged in Van.[16] - -
6[527]   China, Qinghai, 297 km southwest of Xining 4.8 10.0 VI At least 120 buildings were damaged in Dawu.[16] - -
7[528]   China, Guangxi 3.0 10.0 - Some minor damage was caused in Hengxian County, like falling tiles.[528] - -
9[529]   Japan, Kagoshima offshore, 119 km north northeast of Naze 6.0 7.0 V - - -
9[530]   Poland, Lower Silesia, 6 km east southeast of Polkowice 4.0 5.0 IV Five miners were injured in the Lubin mine.[531] - 5
11[532]   Chile, Coquimbo, 39 km north of La Serena 5.7 53.3 V Some rockfalls were reported in the region, causing some road damage.[533] - -
11[534]   Indonesia, Barat Daya Islands offshore, 248 km northeast of Lospalos, Timor Leste 5.4 13.0 VI It was a foreshock of the 7.3 earthquake on December 29. Seventeen buildings were damaged and six destroyed in Damar Island.[16] - -
12[535]   Australia offshore, west of Macquarie Island 6.6 10.0 - - - -
14[536]   Indonesia offshore, Flores Sea, 112 km north of Maumere 7.3 18.4 VI The 2021 Flores earthquake damaged at least 346 homes in Selayar Islands Regency of South Sulawesi. Three school buildings, two mosques, two places of worship and a village office were also damaged.[537] Ninety-seven people were injured, seven of which when falling in a panic caused by a tsunami warning. A very small tsunami was observed, measuring at 7 cm (2.8 in). On December 23, an elderly man died in the hospital due to severe head injuries after being hit by falling debris from the earthquake.[538][539][540][541][542] 1 97
14[543]   South Korea, Jeju offshore, 52 km southwest of Aewol 4.6 10.0 VI At least four buildings received minor damage on Jeju Island.[544] It is the strongest earthquake to hit South Korea since a magnitude 4.7 earthquake in 2018.[545] - -
15[546]   Indonesia, East Java offshore, 36 km southeast of Kencong 4.8 10.0 VI Some 29 houses suffered damage, while one collapsed in Jember Regency. Four people were injured.[547] - 4
16[548]   Indonesia, Barat Daya Islands offshore, 247 km northeast of Lospalos, Timor Leste 5.6 10.0 VI Eight buildings were damaged in Damar Island.[16] - -
16[549]   South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands offshore, South Sandwich Islands region 6.0 15.0 III It was an aftershock of the 8.1 earthquake on August 12. - -
18[550]   South Africa offshore, Prince Edward Islands region 6.0 10.0 - - - -
19[551]   Fiji, Bua offshore, 88 km west of Labasa 6.2 10.0 VI - - -
19[552]   Laos, Sainyabuli province, 53 km northwest of Sainyabuli 5.5 10.0 VII In Thailand, the main Buddha image of the Phumin Temple in Mueang Nan District, which sustained damage from a magnitude 6.2 earthquake two years prior, suffered further damage. Some tiles on the roof of the temple's chapel also fell off.[553] - -
20[554]   Argentina, Salta, 40 km north of Burruyacú 5.0 10.0 IV Several buildings were damaged in Rosario de la Frontera, including a school and a nursing home.[555] - -
20[556]   United States, California offshore, 7 km north of Petrolia 6.2 12.5 VII Some minor damage was reported, such as cracks in roads and broken glass. The earthquake also triggered a number of small landslides, and brought down a factory roof.[557][558][559] - -
21[560]   Haiti, Grand'Anse, 9 km west southwest of Corail 4.4 12.5 V It is an aftershock of the 2021 Haiti earthquake. Additional damage was caused, and 150 people were injured, most of them were students in a school in Les Cayes.[561] - 150
22[562]   Mexico, Jalisco, offshore, 217 km southwest of La Cruz de Loreto 6.0 10.0 IV - - -
23[563]   Morocco, Tanger-Tetouan-Al Hoceima, 4 km west northwest of Imzouren 4.8 10.0 VI Extensive damage was reported in Al Hoceïma, such as collapsed walls.[564] - -
23[565]   India, Andhra Pradesh 3.5 10.0 - Around forty houses suffered cracks in Tamil Nadu.[565] - -
24[566]   Laos, Phongsaly Province, 86 km north northwest of Phongsali 5.7 10.0 VII Some 250 homes were damaged or destroyed in Laos.[16] In Yunnan, China, 7,018 homes were damaged and 174 were had collapsed.[16] The wall of a school collapsed and the ceiling of an office building fell.[567] Ten people were injured.[568] - 10
26[569]   Fiji, Lau offshore, 140 km east of Levuka 6.1 626.5 II - - -
27[570]   Pakistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, 60 km southeast of Gilgit 5.2 10.0 V Nine people were injured and at least 450 homes were destroyed at the Roundu District of Skardu. Water and power services were also disrupted.[16][571] - 9
28[572]   Algeria, Skikda, 15 km south southwest of Skikda 4.3 11.6 III Various buildings suffered material damage in Skikda.[573] - -
29[574]   Indonesia, Maluku offshore, 121 km northeast of Lospalos, Timor Leste 7.3 166.9 VII Twelve homes were damaged and two destroyed in the Maluku Barat Daya Regency.[16][575] Seven buildings were destroyed and landslides occurred in East Timor,[576] while six buildings were damaged in Darwin, Australia.[16] - -

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