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Minor earthquake - Oaxaca, Mexico - February 7, 2018

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Magnitude : 3.8

Local Time (conversion only below land) : 2018-02-07 05:06:40

GMT/UTC Time : 2018-02-07 11:06:40

Depth (Hypocenter) : 75 km

Depth and Magnitude updates in the list below.

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SRC Location UTC Date/time M D INFO
EMSC Veracruz, Mexico Feb 07 13:48 4.3 147 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 12:17 3.8 5 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Chiapas, Mexico Feb 07 11:52 3.8 18 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 11:50 3.6 8 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 11:26 3.9 16 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 11:06 3.8 75 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 10:58 3.4 45 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 10:56 3.7 36 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 10:35 3.7 48 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 10:32 3.7 26 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 10:28 3.7 37 MAP I Felt It INFO
EMSC Offshore Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 09:36 4.0 15 MAP I Felt It INFO
  • Puerto Angel - Bed shaking for about 10 seconds then milder aftershock about 15 mins later
  • puerto angel - about 10-15 seconds no damage, aftershock mild much later
  • GEOFON Near Coast Of Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 09:21 4.6 33 MAP I Felt It INFO
    USGS Santa Maria Xadani, Mexico Feb 07 09:21 4.6 10 MAP I Felt It
    EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 09:21 4.6 12 MAP I Felt It
  • Oaxaca - Shook the bed for about 5 seconds
  • EMSC Oaxaca, Mexico Feb 07 06:14 4.0 65 MAP I Felt It INFO
  • Puerto escondido - Shaking lasted about 5-10 seconds
  • Oaxaca - Bed shook in harmony with tv on wall. Lasted about 5 seconds

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    MMI II (Very weak shaking) ?
    People :
    Felt by persons at rest, on upper floors or favorably placed.
    MMI III (Weak shaking) ?
    People :
    Felt indoors; hanging objects may swing, vibration similar to passing of light trucks, duration may be estimated, may not be recognized as an earthquake.
    MMI IV (Light shaking) ?
    People :
    Generally noticed indoors but not outside. Light sleepers may be awakened. Vibration may be likened to the passing of heavy traffic, or to the jolt of a heavy object falling or striking the building.
    Fittings :
    Doors and windows rattle. Glassware and crockery rattle. Liquids in open vessels may be slightly disturbed. Standing motorcars may rock.
    Structures :
    Walls and frames of buildings, and partitions and suspended ceilings in commercial buildings, may be heard to creak.
    MMI V (Moderate shaking) ?
    People :
    Generally felt outside, and by almost everyone indoors. Most sleepers awakened. A few people alarmed.
    Fittings :
    Small unstable objects are displaced or upset. Some glassware and crockery may be broken. Hanging pictures knock against the wall. Open doors may swing. Cupboard doors secured by magnetic catches may open. Pendulum clocks stop, start, or change rate.
    Structures :
    Some large display windows cracked. A few earthenware toilet fixtures cracked.
    MMI VI (Strong shaking) ?
    People Felt by all. People and animals alarmed. Many run outside. Difficulty experienced in walking steadily.
    Fittings :
    Objects fall from shelves. Pictures fall from walls. Some furniture moved on smooth floors, some unsecured free-standing fireplaces moved. Glassware and crockery broken. Very unstable furniture overturned. Small church and school bells ring. Appliances move on bench or table tops. Filing cabinets or "easy glide" drawers may open (or shut).
    Structures :
    Slight damage to buildings with low standard. Some stucco or cement plaster falls. Large display windows broken. Damage to a few weak domestic chimneys, some may fall.
    Environment :
    Trees and bushes shake, or are heard to rustle. Loose material may be dislodged from sloping ground, e.g. existing slides, talus slopes, shingle slides.
    MMI VII (Very strong shaking) ?
    People
    General alarm. Difficulty experienced in standing. Noticed by motorcar drivers who may stop.
    Fittings :
    Large bells ring. Furniture moves on smooth floors, may move on carpeted floors. Substantial damage to fragile contents of buildings.
    Structures :
    Unreinforced stone and brick walls cracked. Low standard buildings cracked with some minor masonry falls. A few instances of damage to buildings of ordinary workmanship. Unbraced parapets, unbraced brick gables, and architectural ornaments fall. Roofing tiles, especially ridge tiles may be dislodged. Many unreinforced domestic chimneys damaged, often falling from roof-line. Water tanks Type I burst. A few instances of damage to brick veneers and plaster or cement-based linings. Unrestrained water cylinders (hot-w


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