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158 quakes Mag. 3+
8 quakes Mag. 5+
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Latest quakes worldwide in the past 24 hours on Monday, March 4, 2024 - list, stats and map

Overview

: Magnitude 6.7 Earthquake Macquarie Island Region
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Mag. 2.5 earthquake Ionian Sea, 16 km west of Ithaca Island, Greece -
Strongest todayMag. 6.7 Macquarie Island Region -
Updated: Mar 4, 2024 09:38 GMT -
Find all latest earthquakes in our list below, updated every minute! Events are often reported within minutes. If you just felt a quake, find out which quakes are happening right now!
In the past 24 hours, there were 955 quakes of magnitudes up to 6.7:
  • 1 quake above magnitude 6
  • 7 quakes between magnitude 5 and 6
  • 35 quakes between magnitude 4 and 5
  • 115 quakes between magnitude 3 and 4
  • 284 quakes between magnitude 2 and 3
  • 513 quakes below magnitude 2 that people normally don't feel.
Latest today: Mag. 2.5 Earthquake Ionian Sea, 16 km W of Ithaca Island, Greece -
Strongest today: Mag. 6.7 Earthquake Macquarie Island Region -

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The most recent quakes (above magnitude 2 for the past few hours, larger magnitudes for the rest of the past day, to limit the number to about 100 per day) are shown below with detail links for each quake.
We use multiple data sources from all over the world (currently over 20 different national and international agencies), and prioritize them in the following descending order: national institutes / agencies - USGS - EMSC - GFZ. Where data from different agencies for the same earthquake is available, you can find and compare the often differing data for magnitude, depth etc. in the detail page for each quake.
If you are looking for smaller and/or earthquakes in a specific region, you can look them up on the pages of specific countries or regions. Otherwise, there would be hundreds or thousands of earthquakes shown here.