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Updated23/04/2017 14:45 

Location Map for European Earthquakes - Last 7 days
Centered on Berlin, Germany, 3000 mile radius

Only Magnitude 4.0 and greater available

Earthquakes in the past 7 days of magnitude 4.0 or greater within 3500 mi
Update time = Sun, 23-Apr-2017 14:54:13 BST

Epicenter Near Magnitude Distance to Epicenter Local Time Link
3 mi NW of Rodi Garganico, Italy 4.0 001188738 mi 1492925135Sun, 23-Apr-2017 05:25:35 map
12 mi SSE of Mach, Pakistan 4.3 0050333127 mi 1492907857Sun, 23-Apr-2017 00:37:37 map
7 mi SE of Saruhanli, Turkey 4.9 0018911175 mi 1492791142Fri, 21-Apr-2017 16:12:22 map
11 mi E of Selendi, Turkey 5.0 0019471210 mi 1492787362Fri, 21-Apr-2017 15:09:22 map
19 mi SSW of Staraya Pokrovka, Kyrgyzstan 4.2 0046132866 mi 1492757745Fri, 21-Apr-2017 06:55:45 map
18 mi SSW of Staraya Pokrovka, Kyrgyzstan 4.2 0046132866 mi 1492756914Fri, 21-Apr-2017 06:41:54 map
29 mi SE of Farkhar, Afghanistan 4.1 0047192932 mi 1492729067Thu, 20-Apr-2017 22:57:47 map
35 mi E of Yilkiqi, China 4.5 0051163179 mi 1492688354Thu, 20-Apr-2017 11:39:14 map
19 mi S of Jarm, Afghanistan 4.3 0047362943 mi 1492563829Wed, 19-Apr-2017 01:03:49 map
14 mi E of Karakenja, Tajikistan 4.4 0046122866 mi 1492563383Wed, 19-Apr-2017 00:56:23 map
49 mi SSE of Kargil, India 4.6 0053163303 mi 1492512114Tue, 18-Apr-2017 10:41:54 map
22 mi S of Jarm, Afghanistan 5.1 0047432947 mi 1492486476Tue, 18-Apr-2017 03:34:36 map
Reykjanes Ridge 4.5 0031311945 mi 1492462666Mon, 17-Apr-2017 20:57:46 map
Reykjanes Ridge 4.6 0031311946 mi 1492442045Mon, 17-Apr-2017 15:14:05 map
25 mi SSE of Pirgos, Greece 4.3 0022001367 mi 1492451419Mon, 17-Apr-2017 17:50:19 map
75 mi S of Akureyri, Iceland 4.2 0022231381 mi 1492430324Mon, 17-Apr-2017 11:58:44 map
40 mi ENE of Shughnon, Tajikistan 4.4 0047492951 mi 1492422090Mon, 17-Apr-2017 09:41:30 map
19 mi ESE of Jarm, Afghanistan 4.1 0047482950 mi 1492371434Sun, 16-Apr-2017 19:37:14 map

18 earthquakes found. Click on location or map links for more details from the USGS

Map and data courtesy of United States Geological Survey.

The following describes the typical effects of earthquakes of various magnitudes near the epicenter. This table should be taken with extreme caution, since intensity and thus ground effects depend not only on the magnitude, but also on the distance to the epicenter, the depth of the earthquake's focus beneath the epicenter, and geological conditions (certain terrains can amplify seismic signals).
Richter magnitudes Description Earthquake effects Frequency of occurrence
Less than 2.0 Micro Microearthquakes, not felt. About 8,000 per day
2.0-2.9 Minor Generally not felt, but recorded. About 1,000 per day
3.0-3.9 Often felt, but rarely causes damage. 49,000 per year (est.)
4.0-4.9 Light Noticeable shaking of indoor items, rattling noises. Significant damage unlikely. 6,200 per year (est.)
5.0-5.9 Moderate Can cause major damage to poorly constructed buildings over small regions. At most slight damage to well-designed buildings. 800 per year
6.0-6.9 Strong Can be destructive in areas up to about 160 kilometres (100 mi) across in populated areas. 120 per year
7.0-7.9 Major Can cause serious damage over larger areas. 18 per year
8.0-8.9 Great Can cause serious damage in areas several hundred miles across. 1 per year
9.0-9.9 Devastating in areas several thousand miles across.
1 per 20 years
10.0+ Epic Never recorded.
Extremely rare (Unknown)