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1996 Biak earthquake

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1996 Biak earthquake
UTC time1996-02-17 05:59:30
ISC event947787
USGS-ANSSComCat
Local dateFebruary 17, 1996 (1996-02-17)
Local time14:59:30 WIT (Indonesia Eastern Standard Time)
Magnitude8.2 Mw [1]
Depth20 km (12 mi) [1]
Epicenter0°57′S 136°56′E / .95°S 136.94°E / -.95; 136.94 [1]
TypeThrust [2]
Total damage$4.2 million [3]
Max. intensityVIII (Severe)
Tsunami7 m (23 ft) [2]
Casualties166 dead [3]
423 injured [3]
5,090 displaced [3]

The 1996 Biak earthquake, or the 1996 Irian Jaya earthquake, occurred on February 17 at 14:59:30 local time near Biak Island, Indonesia. The earthquake had a moment magnitude of 8.2 and a maximum Mercalli intensity of VIII (Severe). The run-up height of the generated tsunami reached 7 meters (23 ft). One-hundred and sixty-six people were reported dead, 423 were injured, and 5,090 were made homeless.

This earthquake was a thrust in a very oblique subduction zone. It ruptured at least 270 km (170 mi) along the New Guinea trench.[4] The slip distribution is very nonuniform. The largest slip was ∼12 m near the hypocentral depth, and the mean slip over a 230 km by 100 km fault area was 4 m.[5]

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References

  1. ^ a b c ISC (2015), ISC-GEM Global Instrumental Earthquake Catalogue (1900–2009), Version 2.0, International Seismological Centre
  2. ^ a b Okal, E.; Piatanesi, A.; Heinrich, P. (1999), "Tsunami detection by satellite altimetry" (PDF), Journal of Geophysical Research, 104 (B1): 611, Bibcode:1999JGR...104..599O, doi:10.1029/1998JB000018
  3. ^ a b c d USGS (September 4, 2009), PAGER-CAT Earthquake Catalog, Version 2008_06.1, United States Geological Survey
  4. ^ Taylor, M. A. J.; Dmowska, R.; Rice, J. R., Comparison of Coulomb Shear Stress Changes from the Feb. 17, 1996 Biak Mw = 8.2 Event and a Subsequent Seismic Inversion, archived from the original on 2010-07-15, retrieved 2010-08-29
  5. ^ Henry, C.; Das, S. (2002), "The Mw 8.2, 17 February 1996 Biak, Indonesia, earthquake: Rupture history, aftershocks, and fault plane properties", Journal of Geophysical Research, 107 (B11): 2312, Bibcode:2002JGRB..107.2312H, doi:10.1029/2001JB000796

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