Quake Deaths since RSR Debate vs the EEGS John Nicholl
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Quakes fatalities since RSR's Bob Enyart debated geophysicist John Nicholl
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Dr. Nicholl, former president of Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society and Hugh Ross Reasons to Believe associate, said to the Real Science Radio host, "If you young earthers are correct, then we geologists should be giving warnings with greater urgency to governments." Yes John, exactly.
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Date UTCLocationDeathsMagnitude
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9/28/2018Indonesia3,2247.5
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0.178°S 119.84°E
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4/25/2015Nepal8,9647.8
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28.147°N 84.708°E
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3/11/2011Japan18,2009
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38.297 142.373
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4/14/2010Southern Qinghai, China2,9416.9
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33.165 96.548
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1/12/2010Haiti region316,0007
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18.443 -72.571
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9/30/2009
Southern Sumatra, Indonesia
1,1177.5
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-0.720 99.867
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5/12/2008Eastern Sichuan, China85,7507.9
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31.002 103.322
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5/26/2006Indonesia5,7496.3
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-7.961 110.446
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10/8/2005Kashmir/Pakistan86,0007.6
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34.53N 73.58E
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3/28/2005
Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
1,3138.6
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2.07N 97.01E
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12/26/2004Sumatra227,8989.1
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3.30N 95.87E
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Fatalities from quakes with fewer than 1,000 deaths (see data below) for the years:
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2018886
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20171,232
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20161,341
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2015676
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2014764
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20131,665
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2012720
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20111,174
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20101,338
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2009736
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2008479
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2007717
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2006856
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2005690
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2004209
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Earthquake fatalities since 2/28/2004 debate:
770,639
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Most of this data comes from the USGS. Some from IRIS, and some from ISC. Deaths reported here are final counts except for 90% of the quakes that also report persons as missing. (Click on cells to view.)
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Other quake fatalities from Feb 29, 2004 (day after the debate) until last update on Dec. 23, 2018:
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wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_21st-century_earthquakes
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DateTime (UTC)PlaceLat.Long.FatalitiesMagnitudeCommentsSource
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March 1, 200423:55
Eastern Turkey
38.05838.27763.8MD (ISK).
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March 25, 200419:30
Eastern Turkey
39.9340.812105.6
Mw (HRV, USGS).
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April 5, 200421:24
Hindu Kush region, Afghanistan
36.52771.02836.6
Mw (USGS) Centred 75 km SSE of Feyzabad, Afghanistan, at a depth of 191.4 km.
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May 1, 20047:56Taiwan24.081121.61125.2Mw (HRV).
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May 8, 200420:11Pakistan30.12667.12114.4Mb (USGS).
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May 28, 200412:38
Northern Iran
see 2004 Baladeh earthquake
36.2751.575356.3
Mw (USGS) Centred 70 km NNE of TEHRAN, Iran, at a depth of 29 km.
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July 1, 200422:30
Eastern Turkey
39.79943.778185.2
Mw (USGS) Centred 65 km east of Karakose (Ağrı), Turkey, at a depth of 41.7 km.
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July 12, 200413:04Slovenia46.29613.64115.2Mw (HRV).
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July 15, 20044:27Fiji region-17.656-178.7607.1Mw (HRV).
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July 18, 20044:22
North Island of New Zealand
-38176.5115.6Mw (USGS).
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July 18, 20048:31
Central Afghanistan
33.42669.52425.2Mw (HRV).
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July 25, 200414:35
Southern Sumatra, Indonesia
-2.455103.97707.3
Mw (USGS) Centred 105 km NW of Palembang, Sumatra, Indonesia, at a depth of 576 km.
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July 30, 20047:14
Eastern Turkey
39.63443.96614.8Mb (USGS).
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August 10, 200410:26
Sichuan–Yunnan–Guizhouregion, China
27.266103.87345.4Mw (HRV).
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August 11, 200415:48
Eastern Turkey
38.37739.26115.7Mw (HRV).
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September 5, 200410:07
Near south coast of western Honshu, Japan
33.062136.60807.2
Mw (USGS) Centred 180 km south of Tsu, Honshu, Japan, at a depth of 14 km.
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September 5, 200414:57
Near the south coast of Honshu, Japan
33.216137.06107.4
Mw (USGS) Centred 135 km NE of Il'pyrskiy, Russia, at a depth of 10 km.
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September 7, 200411:53
Catamarca, Argentina
-28.573-65.8416.4Mw (USGS).
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September 15, 20048:35
Bali region, Indonesia
-8.773115.35715.4Mw (HRV).
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October 23, 20048:56
Near the west coast of Honshu, Japan
see 2004 Chuetsu earthquake
37.231138.753466.6
Mw (USGS) Centred 80 km SSW of Niigata, Honshu, Japan, at a depth of 16 km.
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November 11, 200421:26
Kepulauan Alor, Indonesia
-8.172124.856347.5
Mw (USGS) Centred 90 km WNW of DILI, East Timor, at a depth of 10 km.
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November 15, 20049:06
Near the west coast of Colombia
4.679-77.51107.2
Mw (USGS) Centred 100 km NNW of Buenaventura, Colombia, at a depth of 15 km.
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November 20, 20048:07Costa Rica9.581-84.22886.4
Mw (USGS) Centred 40 km SSW of SAN JOSE, Costa Rica, at a depth of 16 km.
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November 21, 200411:41
Dominica region, Leeward Islands
15.699-61.65416.3
Mw (USGS) Centred 35 km SSE of BASSE–TERRE, Guadeloupe, France, at a depth of 14 km.
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November 22, 200420:26
Off west coast of the South Island, New Zealand
-46.694164.77707.1
Mw (USGS) Centred 275 km west of Invercargill, New Zealand, at a depth of 10 km.
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November 26, 20042:25
Papua, Indonesia
-3.573135.346327.1
Mw (USGS) Centred 110 km WNW of Enarotali, Papua, Indonesia, at a depth of 10 km.
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November 28, 200418:32
Hokkaido, Japan region
42.995145.05607
Mw (USGS) Centred 55 km east of Kushiro, Hokkaido, Japan, at a depth of 39 km.
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December 1, 200423:17
Papua, Indonesia
-3.665135.52815.5
Mw (HRV, USGS).
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December 23, 200414:59
North of Macquarie Island, Australia
-50.145160.36508.1
Mw (USGS) Centred 400 km west of Auckland Island, New Zealand, at a depth of 10 km.
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December 26, 20044:21
Nicobar Islands, India region
6.9192.95807.1Mw (HRV).
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December 26, 20040:58
Off the west coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia
see 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami
3.31695.8549.1
Mw (USGS) Centred 250 km SSE of Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia, at a depth of 30 km. Most damage took place in Indonesia.
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DateTime (UTC)PlaceLat.Long.FatalitiesMagnitudeCommentsSource
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January 23, 200520:10
Sulawesi, Indonesia
-1.198119.93316.3Mw (HRV).
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January 25, 200516:44
Turkey–Iraq border region
37.62243.70325.9
Mw (HRV). Most damage took place in Turkey.
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February 2, 20055:55
Java, Indonesia
-7.037107.81914.8Mb (USGS).
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February 5, 200512:23Celebes Sea5.358123.20927.1
Mw (USGS) Centred 210 km SE of Zamboanga, Mindanao, Philippines, at a depth of 501.3 km. All the fatalities are Malaysians.
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February 22, 20052:25
Central Iran
see 2005 Zarand earthquake
30.74156.8776126.4
Mw (USGS) Centred 55 km NNW of Kerman, Iran, at a depth of 14 km.
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March 2, 200510:42Banda Sea-6.527129.93307.1
Mw (HRV, USGS).
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March 9, 200510:15South Africa-26.91326.78925Mb (USGS).
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March 20, 20051:53
Kyushu, Japan
see 2005 Fukuoka earthquake
33.805130.07816.6
Mw (USGS) Centred 30 km NW of Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan, at a depth of 10 km.
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March 28, 200516:09
Northern Sumatra, Indonesia
see 2005 Nias–Simeulue earthquake
2.07497.0138.6
Mw (USGS) Centred 205 km WNW of Sibolga, Sumatra, Indonesia, at a depth of 30 km.
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May 3, 20057:21Western Iran33.71148.68544.9Mw (HRV).
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June 4, 200514:50
Eastern New Guinearegion, Papua New Guinea
-6.319146.84616.1
Mw (HRV, USGS).
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June 13, 200522:44
Tarapacá, Chile
see 2005 Tarapacá earthquake
-19.934-69.028117.8
Mw (USGS) Centred 125 km ENE of Iquique, Chile, at a depth of 117.2 km.
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June 15, 20052:50
Off the coast of northern California, United States
41.284-125.98307.2
Mw (USGS) Centred 160 km WSW of Crescent City, California, United States, at a depth of 10 km.
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