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1994 Liwa earthquake

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1994 Liwa earthquake
UTC time1994-02-15 17:07:43
ISC event185661
USGS-ANSSComCat
Local dateFebruary 16, 1994 (1994-02-16)
Local time00:07 WIB (Indonesia Western Standard Time)
Magnitude7.0 Mw
Depth23 km (14 mi)
Epicenter4°58′01″S 104°18′07″E / 4.967°S 104.302°E / -4.967; 104.302
FaultGreat Sumatran fault
TypeStrike-slip
Areas affectedIndonesia

The 1994 Liwa earthquake occurred on February 16 at 00:07 local time. It was located in southern Sumatra, Indonesia. The magnitude of the earthquake was put at Mw 6.9, Mw  7.0, or Ms 7.2, according to different sources.[1][2][3][4]

The earthquake caused 207 deaths and 2000 injuries. There was damage from landslides, mudslides, and fires in Lampung Province. Power outage occurred in western Lampung.[5] Six-thousand buildings were damaged or destroyed by landslides in the Liwa area. In addition to southern Sumatra, the earthquake could be felt in western Java and Singapore.[1] Intense smoke and gas activity was observed in the Suwoh volcanic area.[4]

The earthquake took place at the Sumatran Fault Zone. The Sumatran Fault Zone is 1900 km long and highly segmented. It can be divided into about 20 segments.[2] The earthquake occurred in a subparallel strand 2.5 km southwest of the principal trace of the Kumering segment.[3][6] The focal mechanism is of right-lateral strike-slip faulting.[4]


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References

  1. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-07-14. Retrieved 2017-08-28.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ a b https://www.eeri.org/lfe/pdf/Indonesia_WesternSumatra_SR_May07.pdf
  3. ^ a b "The Sumatran Fault Zone – From Source to Hazard" by D. H. Natawidjaja and W. Triyoso
  4. ^ a b c Widiwijayanti, Christina; Déverchère, Jacques; Louat, Rémy; Sébrier, Michel; Harjono, Hery; Diament, Michel; Hidayat, Dannie (1996), "Aftershock sequence of the 1994, Mw 6.8, Liwa Earthquake (Indonesia): Seismic Rupture process in a volcanic arc" (PDF), Geophysical Research Letters, 23 (21): 3051, Bibcode:1996GeoRL..23.3051W, doi:10.1029/96GL02048
  5. ^ "Earthquake Kills 134 on Sumatra, Hundreds Injured".
  6. ^ Sieh, Kerry; Natawidjaja, Danny (2000), "Neotectonics of the Sumatran fault, Indonesia" (PDF), Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 105 (B12): 28295–28326, Bibcode:2000JGR...10528295S, doi:10.1029/2000JB900120

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