Minor mag. 2.0 earthquake - 10.9 km southwest of İçmeler, Marmaris, Muğla, Turkey, on Thursday, 31 Dec 2020 4:48 am (GMT +3) -
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Minor magnitude 2.0 earthquake at 11 km depth
31 Dec 03:24 UTC: First to report: EMSC after 1 hour and 36 minutes.
Date & time: 31 Dec 2020 01:48:12 UTC -
Local time at epicenter: Thursday, 31 Dec 2020 4:48 am (GMT +3)
Depth: 11.0 km
Epicenter latitude / longitude: 36.75°N / 28.12°E (Muğla, Turkey)
Nearest volcano: Akyarlar (76 km / 47 mi)
Nearby towns and cities:
11 km (7 mi) WSW of İçmeler (pop: 9,600) --> See nearby quakes!
18 km (11 mi) SW of Marmaris (pop: 33,700) --> See nearby quakes!
36 km (22 mi) NNW of Rhodes (South Aegean, Greece) (pop: 56,100) --> See nearby quakes!
56 km (35 mi) SSW of Muğla (pop: 48,200) --> See nearby quakes!
58 km (36 mi) W of Ortaca (pop: 19,700) --> See nearby quakes!
69 km (43 mi) ESE of Bodrum (pop: 39,300) --> See nearby quakes!
70 km (43 mi) SSE of Milas (pop: 43,200) --> See nearby quakes!
91 km (56 mi) W of Fethiye (pop: 60,400) --> See nearby quakes!
143 km (89 mi) SW of Denizli (pop: 313,200) --> See nearby quakes!
543 km (337 mi) SW of Ankara (pop: 3,517,200) --> See nearby quakes!
Primary data source: EMSC (European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre)
Estimated released energy: 6.3 x 107 joules (17.5 kilowatt hours) More info
Data for the same earthquake reported by different agencies
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|M 2.0||11 km||DODECANESE IS.-TURKEY BORDER REG||EMSC|
|M 2.3||7 km||TURGUTKOY-MARMARIS (MUGLA), Turkey||KOERI-RETMC|
User reports for this quake
User reports estimate the perceived ground shaking intensity according to the MMI (Modified Mercalli Intensity) scale.At magnitude 2.0, this quake was probably too small to be felt by humans, but it could be recorded instrumentally.