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7 quakes Mag. 5+
Number of quakes vs average, past 24 hours

Latest quakes worldwide in the past 24 hours on Thursday, February 29, 2024 - list, stats and map

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Mag. 2.2 earthquake Tasman Sea, Taranaki, New Zealand - 12 minutes ago
Strongest todayMag. 5.5 278 mi east of Attu Station, Alaska, USA - 24 hours ago
Updated: Feb 29, 2024 15:29 GMT -
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Number of quakes per year

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In the past 24 hours, there were 962 quakes of magnitudes up to 5.5:

  • 7 quakes above magnitude 5
  • 36 quakes between magnitude 4 and 5
  • 109 quakes between magnitude 3 and 4
  • 235 quakes between magnitude 2 and 3
  • 575 quakes below magnitude 2 that people normally don't feel.
Latest today: Mag. 2.2 Earthquake Tasman Sea, 64 km N of New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand -
Strongest today: Mag. 5.5 Earthquake 278 mi E of Attu Station, Aleutians West, Alaska, USA -
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Showing most recent quakes and quakes magnitude 3 or higher (162 out of 962 quakes, show more):
Date and TimeMag
Depth
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Feb 29, 15:17 GMT
Mar 1, 03:17 am (GMT +12)
2.2

12 km
Tasman Sea, 64 km north of New Plymouth, Taranaki, New Zealand More
Feb 29, 15:14 GMT
Mar 1, 12:14 am (GMT +9)
3.6

220 km
Japan Sea, 36 km west of Rumoi, Hokkaido, Japan
I FELT IT
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Feb 29, 15:11 GMT
Feb 29, 09:11 am (Costa Rica)
2.4

18 km
Costa Rica: 5 Km Al Este De Rivas De Perez Zeledon. More
Feb 29, 15:05 GMT
Feb 29, 09:05 am (Mexico City)
4.3

8.4 km
45 km southeast of Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, Mexico
I FELT IT - 1 report
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Feb 29, 15:02 GMT
Feb 29, 05:02 pm (Athens)
2.5

82 km
Peloponnese, 78 km southwest of Athens, Athens Municipality, Attica, Greece More
Feb 29, 15:02 GMT
Feb 29, 09:02 am (GMT -6)
2.5

5 km
North Pacific Ocean, 40 km south of Puerto El Triunfo, El Salvador More
Feb 29, 15:02 GMT
Feb 29, 09:02 am (GMT -6)
2.4

18 km
North Pacific Ocean, 61 km south of Usulutan, El Salvador More
Feb 29, 14:52 GMT
Feb 29, 11:52 pm (GMT +9)
2.9

10.3 km
14 km north of Anamizu, Ishikawa, Japan More
Feb 29, 14:49 GMT
Feb 29, 10:49 pm (GMT +8)
3.0

23 km
Philippine Sea, 92 km northeast of Bislig City, Philippines
I FELT IT
More
Feb 29, 14:47 GMT
Feb 29, 10:47 pm (GMT +8)
2.7

10 km
Philippine Sea, 73 km east of Sarangani Island, Philippines More
Feb 29, 14:46 GMT
Feb 29, 11:46 pm (GMT +9)
4.9

86 km
Aru Sea, 95 km south of Nuhu Roa Island, Maluku, Indonesia
I FELT IT
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Estimated combined seismic energy released: 5.2 x 1013 joules (14.4 gigawatt hours, equivalent to 12375 tons of TNT or 0.8 atomic bombs!) | about seismic energy

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Earthquake statistics

Number of quakes per year

Note:
The apparent increase in the number of quakes is not because global seismic activity has increased, but because the number of seismic networks around the world and their sensitivity to detect smaller quakes has been constantly increasing.
This is most evident if one looks at the number of smaller earthquakes (below magnitude 5). For larger quakes (magnitude 5 or more), the effect disappears after around the 1990s. Since then, the global coverage of earthquake of larger quakes has been nearly complete.

Average number of earthquakes

Based on data from the past 10 years and our earthquake archive back to 1900, there are about 3,100,000 quakes on average per year worldwide:
  • Mag. 8 or higher: 0.6 quakes per year (or 1 quake every 1.7 years)
  • Mag. 7 or higher: 8.6 quakes per year
  • Mag. 6 or higher: 85 quakes per year
  • Mag. 5 or higher: 1,900 quakes per year (or 5.1 quakes per day)
  • Mag. 4 or higher: 14,000 quakes per year (or 39.3 quakes per day)
  • Mag. 3 or higher: 48,000 quakes per year (or 133 quakes per day)
  • Mag. 2 or higher: 130,000 quakes per year (or 349 quakes per day)
  • Mag. 1 or higher: 300,000 quakes per year (or 832 quakes per day)

Number of recent quakes worldwide by magnitude

Past 24 hours
7 days
30 days
90 days
365 days
3 years
10 years
Table
Mag
 
Number of quakes (962 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
-
no quakes Mag 6 or higher
5+
7 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.73%)
4+
36 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (3.74%)
3+
109 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (11.33%)
2+
235 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (24.43%)
below M2
575 quakes
(59.77%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (7,196 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
1 quake
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.01%)
5+
30 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.42%)
4+
241 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (3.35%)
3+
775 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (10.77%)
2+
1,772 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (24.62%)
below M2
4,377 quakes
(60.83%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (33,168 in total as 100%)
7+
-
no quakes Mag 7 or higher
6+
6 quakes
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.02%)
5+
114 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.34%)
4+
1,097 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (3.31%)
3+
3,692 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (11.13%)
2+
8,948 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (26.98%)
below M2
19,311 quakes
(58.22%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (99,440 in total as 100%)
7+
4 quakes
Mag 7 or higher
6+
34 quakes
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.03%)
5+
597 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.6%)
4+
3,605 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (3.63%)
3+
12,020 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (12.09%)
2+
26,291 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (26.44%)
below M2
56,889 quakes
(57.21%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (411,729 in total as 100%)
7+
13 quakes
Mag 7 or higher
6+
158 quakes
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.04%)
5+
1,848 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.45%)
4+
15,409 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (3.74%)
3+
46,593 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (11.32%)
2+
104,143 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (25.29%)
below M2
243,565 quakes
(59.16%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (1,196,059 in total as 100%)
8+
3 quakes
Mag 8 or higher
7+
46 quakes
betw. Mag 7 - 8
6+
445 quakes
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.04%)
5+
6,145 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.51%)
4+
50,041 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (4.18%)
3+
144,786 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (12.11%)
2+
314,088 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (26.26%)
below M2
680,505 quakes
(56.9%)
Mag
 
Number of quakes (3,069,337 in total as 100%)
8+
8 quakes
Mag 8 or higher
7+
135 quakes
betw. Mag 7 - 8
6+
1,344 quakes
betw. Mag 6 - 7 (0.04%)
5+
18,109 quakes
betw. Mag 5 - 6 (0.59%)
4+
125,948 quakes
betw. Mag 4 - 5 (4.1%)
3+
343,282 quakes
betw. Mag 3 - 4 (11.18%)
2+
796,586 quakes
betw. Mag 2 - 3 (25.95%)
below M2
1,783,925 quakes
(58.12%)
Total number<M2M2+M3+M4+M5+M6+M7+M8+
Past 24 hours962 quakes390235109367---
Past 7 days7,196 quakes2,9981,772775241301--
Past 30 days33,168 quakes14,0108,9483,6921,0971146--
Past 90 days99,440 quakes41,20526,29112,0203,605597344-
Past 365 days411,729 quakes169,672104,14346,59315,4091,84815813-
Past 3 years1,196,059 quakes676,618314,088144,78650,0416,145445463
Past 10 years3,069,337 quakes1,780,040796,586343,282125,94818,1091,3441358
Magnitude 0.0+, updated

Number of earthquakes over time

Past 90 days
30 days
7 days
24 hours
2023
2024 so far
Number of earthquakes over time: Past 90 days
Number of earthquakes over time: 30 days
Number of earthquakes over time: 7 days
Number of earthquakes over time: 24 hours
Number of earthquakes over time: 2023
Number of earthquakes over time: 2024 so far

Magnitude and seismic energy over time

Past 90 days
30 days
7 days
24 hours
2023
2024 so far
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: Past 90 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 30 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 7 days
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 24 hours
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 2023
Magnitude and seismic energy over time: 2024 so far

Magnitude and energy distribution

Past 90 days
30 days
7 days
24 hours
2023
2024 so far
Magnitude and energy distribution: Past 90 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 30 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 7 days
Magnitude and energy distribution: 24 hours
Magnitude and energy distribution: 2023
Magnitude and energy distribution: 2024 so far

Earthquake FAQ

When was the latest earthquake anywhere in the world?

The last earthquake in the world occurred 12 minutes ago:

A light magnitude 2.2 earthquake occurred under the sea near the coast of  New Zealand in the early morning of Friday, Mar 1, 2024 at 3.17 am local time (GMT +12). The quake had a very shallow depth of 12 km (7 mi) and was not felt (or at least not reported so).

Where did the last earthquake above magnitude 4 happen in the world?

The last quake above magnitude 4 today occurred 24 minutes ago:

A moderate magnitude 4.3 earthquake hit 45 km (28 mi) away from Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca,  Mexico, in the morning of Thursday, Feb 29, 2024 at 9.05 am local time (America/Mexico City GMT -6). The quake had a very shallow depth of 8.4 km (5.2 mi) and was reported felt by some people near the epicenter.


Smaller quakes below magnitude 4 are much more frequent and happen somewhere in the world every few minutes. However, many (if not most) of them go unrecorded, because not all areas in the world are covered by sensitive-enough seismic networks able to detect them.

Where do most earthquakes occur in the world?

By far, most earthquakes in the world occur along the margins of the Pacific Ocean, followed by the vast Alpine-Himalayan mountain belts that stretch from southern Europe through Turkey, the Caucasus, Iran, Pakistan, to northern India, Nepal and southern China.
Most of these regions are in oceanic or continental collision zones where tectonic plates collide with each other and release energy in form of earthquakes.

How many quakes were there in the world in the past 24 hours?

In the past 24 hours, there were 7 quakes of magnitude 5.0 or above, 36 quakes between 4.0 and 5.0, 109 quakes between 3.0 and 4.0, and 235 quakes between 2.0 and 3.0. There were also 575 quakes below magnitude 2.0 which people don't normally feel.

What was the strongest quake in the world in the past 24 hours?

The strongest earthquake in the world in the past 24 hours occurred 24 hours ago:

A strong magnitude 5.5 earthquake hit 447 km (278 mi) away from Attu Station, Alaska,  United States, Wed, Feb 28, 2024 15:50 GMT. The quake had a moderate depth of 119 km (74 mi) and was not felt (or at least not reported so).

What category of earthquake is considered an emergency?

Most earthquakes are small and cause no damage, but occasionally, there are bigger ones that can cause considerable damage to people and infrastructure. How much damage a quake does depends a lot on a number of factors including:
- magnitude
- depth beneath the surface
- duration and motion of the shaking
- local geology
- population density
- overall building standards of the affected area
- risk awareness and preparedness
Quakes below magnitude 5 rarely cause damage, while quakes above around magnitude 7 almost always result in extensive damage, even in areas with very good building standards such as in the western US or Japan. Quakes from magnitudes 8 often result in wide-spread or even catastrophic destruction.

What kind of damage can an earthquake do?

The ground shaking of earthquakes can cause soil liquefaction, landslides and avalanches, the opening of fissures in the ground, deformation of the ground, cracks in walls and other structures leading to their collapse. As secondary and often even more severe damage, this can lead to fires, gas leaks, or even tsunamis if the sea floor is moved in a way to displace a large mass of water.

How dangerous are earthquakes?

Earthquakes are among the (if not THE) most dangerous type of natural disaster.
According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), quakes caused nearly 750,000 deaths globally in the period 1998-2017, more than half of all deaths related to natural disasters.

How many people are affected by earthquakes every year?

Each day, many thousands of people feel an earthquake somewhere. Stronger quakes can be felt by millions of people.
According to data from the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly 750,000 people were killed by quakes and more than 125 million people injured, made homeless or displaced or otherwise seriously affected by earthquakes during the 20 years from 1998-2017.

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Largest Quakes worldwide

Strongest in 10 years

Mag. 8.2 earthquake Chignik Earthquake, Gulf of Alaska - Jul 28, 2021 - 3 years ago
The largest quake that occurred worldwide during the past 10 years was a magnitude 8.2 earthquake that hit Gulf of Alaska,  USA, 3 years ago on Wednesday, Jul 28, 2021, at 09:15 pm (GMT -9).

Strongest since 1900

64 years ago, Biobio,  Chile, was hit by a magnitude 9.5 quake on Sunday, May 22, 1960, at 03:11 pm local time (America/Santiago GMT -4). This was the largest earthquake to have occurred worldwide in more than 100 years (since 1900).
Below is a list and map of the largest quakes worldwide in recent years and since 1900.
Date and TimeMag
Depth
###DIST_LABEL###LocationDetailsMap
Jan 9, 2023 17:47 GMT
Jan 10, 2023 02:47 am (Jayapura)
7.9

131 km
Banda Sea, 101 km northeast of Metang Island, Maluku, Indonesia 880 reportsMore
Aug 12, 2021 18:35 GMT
Aug 12, 2021 04:35 pm (GMT -2)
8.1

48 km
South Atlantic Ocean, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands 1 reportMore
Jul 29, 2021 06:15 GMT
Jul 28, 2021 09:15 pm (GMT -9)
8.2

32 km
Chignik Earthquake, Gulf of Alaska 193 reportsMore
Mar 4, 2021 19:28 GMT
Mar 5, 2021 07:28 am (GMT +12)
8.1

27 km
South Pacific Ocean, New Zealand 15 reportsMore
May 26, 2019 07:41 GMT
May 26, 2019 02:41 am (Lima)
8.0

109 km
85 km southeast of Lagunas, Loreto, Peru 772 reportsMore
Aug 19, 2018 00:19 GMT
Aug 19, 2018 12:19 pm (Fiji)
8.1

566 km
South Pacific Ocean, 115 km northeast of Tavunasici Island, Eastern, Fiji 58 reportsMore
Jan 23, 2018 09:31 GMT
Jan 23, 2018 12:31 am (GMT -9)
7.9

25 km
North Pacific Ocean, 181 mi southeast of Kodiak, Kodiak Island Borough, Alaska, USA 130 reportsMore
Sep 8, 2017 04:49 GMT
Sep 7, 2017 10:49 pm (GMT -6)
8.1

60 km
North Pacific Ocean, 88 km southwest of Topon, Chiapas, Mexico 317 reportsMore
Nov 24, 2015 22:48 GMT
Nov 24, 2015 07:48 pm (Asuncion)
8.2

0 km
Boqueron, Paraguay 2 reportsMore
Apr 1, 2014 23:46 GMT
Apr 1, 2014 06:46 pm (GMT -5)
8.2

20 km
South Pacific Ocean, Chile 14 reportsMore
May 24, 2013 05:44 GMT
May 24, 2013 04:44 pm (GMT +11)
8.3

609 km
Sea of Okhotsk 34 reportsMore
Feb 6, 2013 01:12 GMT
Feb 6, 2013 12:12 pm (GMT +11)
8.0

29 km
Coral Sea, Solomon Islands More
Apr 11, 2012 10:43 GMT
Apr 11, 2012 04:43 pm (GMT +6)
8.2

25 km
Indian Ocean, Indonesia More
Apr 11, 2012 08:38 GMT
Apr 11, 2012 02:38 pm (GMT +6)
8.6

20 km
Indian Ocean, 437 km southwest of Banda Aceh, Kota Banda Aceh, Aceh, Indonesia More
Mar 11, 2011 05:46 GMT
Mar 11, 2011 02:46 pm (GMT +9)
9.1

29 km
North Pacific Ocean, 95 km east of Ishinomaki, Honshu-miyagi-ken, Japan More
Feb 27, 2010 06:34 GMT
Feb 27, 2010 03:34 am (Santiago)
8.8

23 km
South Pacific Ocean, 89 km northwest of Chillan, Diguillin, Ñuble, Chile More
May 23, 1989 10:54 GMT
May 23, 1989 09:54 pm (GMT +11)
8.0

10 km
South Pacific Ocean, 277 km northeast of Macquarie Island, Tasmania, Australia More
May 7, 1986 22:47 GMT
May 7, 1986 12:47 pm (GMT -10)
8.0

33 km
Bering Sea, 53 mi southwest of Atka, Aleutians West, Alaska, USA More
Sep 19, 1985 13:17 GMT
Sep 19, 1985 08:17 am (Mexico City)
8.0

28 km
41 km northwest of Lazaro Cardenas, Michoacan, Mexico More
Mar 3, 1985 22:47 GMT
Mar 3, 1985 07:47 pm (Santiago)
8.0

33 km
South Pacific Ocean, 25 km southwest of Valparaiso, Provincia de Valparaiso, Valparaiso, Chile More
Aug 19, 1977 06:08 GMT
Aug 19, 1977 02:08 pm (GMT +8)
8.3

25 km
Indian Ocean, 215 km southwest of Tambolaka, Indonesia More
Jan 14, 1976 16:47 GMT
Jan 15, 1976 04:47 am (GMT +12)
8.0

33 km
South Pacific Ocean, 97 km north of Sunday Island, New Zealand More
Dec 2, 1972 00:19 GMT
Dec 2, 1972 08:19 am (GMT +8)
8.0

60 km
Philippine Sea, 77 km southeast of Mati, Philippines More
Jul 26, 1971 01:23 GMT
Jul 26, 1971 11:23 am (Port Moresby)
8.1

40 km
South Pacific Ocean, 96 km southwest of Ambitle Island, Papua New Guinea More
Jul 14, 1971 06:11 GMT
Jul 14, 1971 04:11 pm (GMT +10)
8.0

40 km
Solomon Sea, 89 km west of Taiof Island, Bougainville, Papua New Guinea More
Jul 31, 1970 17:08 GMT
Jul 31, 1970 12:08 pm (Bogota)
8.0

645 km
Amazonas, Colombia More
Feb 4, 1965 05:01 GMT
Feb 3, 1965 07:01 pm (GMT -10)
8.7

30 km
Bering Sea, 94 mi west of Amatignak Island, Aleutians West, Alaska, USA More
Mar 28, 1964 03:36 GMT
Mar 27, 1964 06:36 pm (Anchorage)
9.2

25 km
Chugach, 37 mi southwest of Valdez, Valdez-Cordova, Alaska, USA More
Oct 13, 1963 05:17 GMT
Oct 13, 1963 03:17 pm (GMT +10)
8.5

35 km
North Pacific Ocean, 134 km east of Staten Island, Kurilsky District, Sakhalin Oblast, Russia More
May 22, 1960 19:11 GMT
May 22, 1960 03:11 pm (Santiago)
9.5

25 km
38 km south of Cañete, Provincia de Arauco, Biobio, Chile More
Mar 9, 1957 14:22 GMT
Mar 9, 1957 04:22 am (GMT -10)
8.6

25 km
Bering Sea, 32 mi south of Chugul Island, Aleutians West, Alaska, USA More
Nov 4, 1952 16:58 GMT
Nov 5, 1952 04:58 am (GMT +12)
9.0

22 km
North Pacific Ocean, 92 km southeast of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka, Russia More
Aug 15, 1950 14:09 GMT
Aug 15, 1950 07:39 pm (Kolkata)
8.6

15 km
Anjaw, 59 km northeast of Tezu, Lohit, Arunachal Pradesh, India More
Apr 1, 1946 12:29 GMT
Apr 1, 1946 03:29 am (GMT -9)
8.6

15 km
North Pacific Ocean, 65 mi south of Sanak Island, Aleutians East, Alaska, USA More
Feb 1, 1938 19:04 GMT
Feb 2, 1938 04:04 am (Jayapura)
8.5

25 km
Banda Sea, 142 km northwest of Tual, Kota Tual, Maluku, Indonesia More
Jan 31, 1906 15:36 GMT
Jan 31, 1906 10:36 am (Guayaquil)
8.8

20 km
32 km east of Esmeraldas, Esmeraldas, Ecuador More

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