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Location of M7.2 earthquake in Russia

M7.2 earthquake Russia
Description :Map showing the epicenter of M7.2 earthquake in Russia on Jan 30, 2016 
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M7.2 Earthquake hits Russia on Jan 30, 2016

People of eastern Russia woke up to a strong earthquake weighing 7.0 on the Richter scale on Saturday, the US Geological Survey said. The epicenter of the quake was traced to a depth of 160 kilometres (100 miles), about 95 kilometres northeast of the Russian town of Yelizovo. According to sources, no damages and injuries were reported. The quake occurred in a place close to the Ring of Fire which is usually prone to frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions

 

 

Earthquakes in Russia
Date Location Magnitude Fatalities
Feb 3, 1923 Kamchatka M 8.5  
Nov 4, 1952 Kamchatka M 9.0  
Jun 27, 1957 Stanovoy Mountains, Russia (USSR) M 7.6  
Nov 6, 1958 Kuril Islands M 8.3  
Oct 13, 1963 Kuril Islands M 8.5  
May 27, 1995 Sakhalin Island M 7.1 Fatalities 1,989
Dec 5, 1997 Near East Coast of Kamchatka M 7.8  
Nov 17, 2002 Kuril Islands, Russia M 7.3  
Jul 27, 2003 Primor'ye, Russia M 6.8  
Sep 27, 2003 Southwestern Siberia, Russia M 7.3 Fatalities 3
Oct 1, 2003 Southwestern Siberia, Russia M 6.7  
Dec 5, 2003 Komandorskiye Ostrova, Russia Region M 6.7  
Jun 10, 2004 Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia M 6.9  
Apr 20, 2006 Koryakia, Russia M 7.6  
Nov 15, 2006 Kuril Islands M 8.3  
Jan 13, 2007 East of the Kuril Islands M 8.1  
Apr 7, 2009 Kuril Islands M 6.9  
Apr 18, 2009 Kuril Islands M 6.6  


Historic Earthquakes in Russia

Historic Earthquakes in Russia

Map showing the epicenter of all major earthquakes occured in Russia.