Earthquakes list August 24, 2010

M 4.2      2010/08/24 21:43   Depth 4.8 km BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO
Light aftershock of the Magnitude 7.2 earthquake from April 4, 2010.

M 5.3   2010-08-24   20:48   Depth 607 km MORO GULF, MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES
Aftershock of the Magnitude 6.6 earthquake from July 18, 2010. Very deep, no problem.

M 4.4      2010/08/24 13:52   Depth 4.7 km FOX ISLANDS, ALEUTIAN ISLANDS, ALASKA
Aftershock of the Magnitude 6.6 earthquake from July 18, 2010.

M 4.9  2010-08-24   13:50   Depth 232 km HOKKAIDO, JAPAN REGION
Too deep to cause any problem

M 4.9      2010/08/24 08:34   Depth 230.6 km HINDU KUSH REGION, AFGHANISTAN
Too deep to cause any problem with this deep hypocenter

M 5.3      2010/08/24 06:07   Depth 45.2 km KEPULAUAN ARU REGION, INDONESIA
In the Arafura sea at a safe distance from Pulau Kobroor.

M 4.0      2010/08/24 05:42   Depth 15.8 km CHANNEL ISLANDS REGION, CALIFORNIA
To weak to be felt on the islands or on in the Los Angeles area

M 5.0      2010/08/24 03:06   Depth 176.2 km FLORES REGION, INDONESIA
Near the coast in a remote wilderness area, but too deep to be felt well.

M 6.1      2010/08/24 02:12   Depth 10.0 km OFF THE COAST OF JALISCO, MEXICO
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Useful information to read this daily earthquake list
This earthquake list covers minor and major earthquakes  in the world.
If a more detailed page is present, the earthquake line will be linked to the detailed page.
For your comfort, we will provide in most cases Google Satellite Map links to give you an idea where the earthquake struck, which terrain it happened and if villages or cities are located in the immediate vicinity. The reference for the time zone is UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)
The page is regularly updated to add new quakes.
green color = NOT dangerous for damage or injuries
orange color = MODERATE risk for damage or injuries
red color = CONSIDERABLE risk for damage or injuries

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Minor earthquakes are earthquakes without or with little damage risk.  In most cases these earthquakes have a Magnitude smaller than M 5.0 OR earthquakes with an hypocenter (depth) of more than 100 km OR earthquakes up to M 5.9 with an epicenter far away from populated areas.

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