lunes, 26 de junio de 2017

Green earthquake alert (5M,depth:23.29km) in Indonesia at 6/26/2017 1:12:53 PM

Green Earthquake in Indonesia


Population Density near epicenter (people/km2). Image area: 6x4 decimal degrees (approx. 650x450km2).


This earthquake is expected to have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.

  • Earthquake Magnitude 5M, Depth:23.29km
  • 26 Jun 2017 13:12:53 UTC
  • 1517293 people within 100km

Whether international humanitarian aid is needed must be decided by an expert.

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Earthquake Event


  • Magnitude: 5 M
  • Depth: 23.29 km (shallow)
  • Source: NEIC NEIC
  • Location (latitude/longitude): -9.5949, 124.6654
  • Time (UTC): 26 Jun 2017 13:12:53
  • Time (ECT): 26 Jun 2017 15:12:53

Earthquake Impact Details

The earthquake happened inIndonesia, Province of Nusa Tenggara Timur (population 3,515,623). The nearest places are Popnam (12km), Oelolok (15km), Loli (16km), Bitaoeni (17km), Poetain (18km), and 50 more.

The following vulnerable infrastructure is nearby and may be affected.

For logistics, the following access points are nearby. The nearest airports are Atambua Haliwen (38km), Ocussi Humberte (48km), and Covalima (75km). The nearest ports are Atapupu (70km).

The maximum altitude nearby is NaNm.

The population near the earthquake is shown in the table below.

Radius Population Density (people/km2)
75 km 1.2 million people 70
50 km 770000 people 98
20 km 140000 people 115
10 km 34000 people 110



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