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List of earthquakes in 1935

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Earthquakes in 1935
Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 1935
Strongest magnitude Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province (Magnitude 7.8) September 20
Deadliest Pakistan, Baluchistan, Pakistan (Magnitude 7.5) May 30 60,000 deaths
Total fatalities67,489
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.916
6.0−6.9101
5.0−5.92
← 1934
1936 →

This is a list of earthquakes in 1935. Only magnitude 6.0 or greater earthquakes appear on the list. Lower magnitude events are included if they have caused death, injury or damage. Events which occurred in remote areas will be excluded from the list as they wouldn't have generated significant media interest. All dates are listed according to UTC time. Among the bigger earthquakes of the year was the devastating Pakistan event in May which left 60,000 dead. Taiwan also fared badly with three magnitude 7.0+ events and in particular a quake in April left 3,276 dead. Other large quakes struck Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Solomon Islands and somewhat unusually Libya. Turkey and Iran saw their share of the action as well with substantial deaths being caused by several quakes over the year.

Overall

By death toll

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 60,000 7.5  Pakistan, Baluchistan, Pakistan X (Extreme) 25.0 May 30
2 3,276 7.0  Taiwan, Taichung City VIII (Severe) 15.0 April 20
3 2,746 6.5  Taiwan, Miaoli County ( ) 30.0 July 16
4 690 6.4  Iran, Mazandaran Province IX (Violent) 15.0 April 11
5 540 6.0  Turkey, Agri Province ( ) 35.0 May 1
6 100 6.0  China, Sichuan Province VIII (Severe) 35.0 December 18
7 60 6.0  Iran, Mazandaran Province ( ) 35.0 March 5
8 51 6.8  Greece, southern Aegean Sea VIII (Severe) 80.0 February 25
  • Note: At least 10 casualties

By magnitude

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 7.8 0  Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province ( ) 30.0 September 20
= 2 7.6 0  Solomon Islands, western Makira ( ) 35.0 December 15
= 2 7.6 0  Indonesia, Batu Islands VIII (Severe) 35.0 December 28
3 7.5 60,000  Pakistan, Baluchistan, Pakistan X (Extreme) 25.0 May 30
4 7.3 0  Mexico, Chiapas ( ) 35.0 December 14
= 5 7.2 0  Fiji ( ) 450.0 July 29
= 5 7.2 0  Indonesia, northern Sumatra ( ) 25.0 August 3
= 5 7.2 0  France, Loyalty Islands ( ) 20.0 August 17
= 5 7.2 0  Russia, Kuril Islands ( ) 35.0 September 11
= 6 7.1 0  Vanuatu ( ) 185.0 June 24
= 6 7.1 0  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu ( ) 15.0 October 18
= 7 7.0 3,276  Taiwan, Taichung City VIII (Severe) 15.0 April 20
= 7 7.0 0  Taiwan, off the southeast coast ( ) 15.0 September 4
= 7 7.0 0  Papua New Guinea, West Sepik Province ( ) 35.0 September 20
= 7 7.0 0  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu ( ) 15.0 October 12
= 7 7.0 0  Taiwan, east of ( ) 15.0 December 17
  • Note: At least 7.0 magnitude

Notable events

January

January
Strongest magnitude6.9 Mw  United States
Deadliest6.4 Mw  Turkey
5 deaths
Total fatalities5
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.96
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[1]  China, Xizang 6.5 15.0
4[2][3]  Turkey, Sea of Marmara 6.4 15.0 X 5 people were killed and some damage was caused. An example of a doublet earthquake as these events struck about 2 hours apart. 5
4[4]  Turkey, Sea of Marmara 6.3 10.0
17[5]  France, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia 6.5 35.0
22[6]  Indonesia, Papua (province) 6.2 35.0
23[7][8]  United States, Fox Islands (Alaska) 6.9 35.0 I

February

February
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw 2 events
Deadliest6.8 Mw  Greece
51+ deaths
Total fatalities51+
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.910
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[9]  Afghanistan, Badakhshan Province 6.0 230.0
4[10]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea 6.5 80.0
7[11]  Philippines, Ragay Gulf 6.0 35.0
9[12]  Taiwan, Yilan County, Taiwan 6.2 35.0
13[13]  Chile, Antofagasta Region 6.5 100.0
19[14]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 6.0 35.0
22[15][16]  United States, Near Islands, Alaska 6.8 30.0 I
25[17][18]  Greece, southern Aegean Sea 6.8 80.0 VIII At least 51 deaths were caused. 51+
27[19]  Indonesia, Talaud Islands 6.0 35.0
28[20]  Chile, Antofagasta Region 6.2 200.0

March

March
Strongest magnitude6.4 Mw  Solomon Islands
Deadliest6.0 Mw  Iran
60 deaths
Total fatalities60
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

5[21][22]  Iran, Mazandaran Province 6.0 35.0 60 deaths were caused. 60
5[23]  India, Uttarakhand 6.0 35.0
8[24]  Ecuador, Loja Province 6.0 100.0
18[25]  Greece, west of Karpathos 6.2 130.0
20[26]  Solomon Islands 6.4 20.0
21[27]  Bangladesh, Rajshahi Division 6.2 80.0
26[28]  Peru, Arequipa Region 6.0 120.0
28[29]  China, Jilin Province 6.2 550.0
30[30]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 6.3 35.0

April

April
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw  Taiwan
Deadliest7.0 Mw  Taiwan
3,276 deaths
Total fatalities3,968
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.913
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[31]  Afghanistan, Badakhshan Province 6.2 250.0
10[32]  Venezuela, Gulf of Paria 6.5 100.0
11[33][34]  Iran, Mazandaran Province 6.4 15.0 IX 690 deaths were reported as well as major damage. 690
15[35]  Japan, Gifu Prefecture, Honshu 6.2 270.0
19[36]  Libya, Sirte District 6.8 15.0
19[37]  Libya, Sirte District 6.0 35.0 Aftershock.
20[38]  Libya, Sirte District 6.5 35.0 Aftershock.
20[39][40]  Taiwan, Taichung City 7.0 15.0 VIII The 1935 Hsinchu-Taichung earthquake was the deadliest earthquake in the country's history. The death toll was 3,276 with another 12,053 injured. 17,907 homes were destroyed. 3,276 12,053
20[41]  Taiwan, off the west coast 6.0 35.0 Aftershock.
21[42]  Indonesia, Java Sea 6.0 35.0
23[43]  Myanmar, Sagaing Region 6.2 110.0
24[44]  Maldives 6.0 35.0
24[45]  Mexico, off the coast of Chiapas 6.2 50.0
28[46]  China, Sichuan Province 6.0 0.0 VIII 2 people were killed and a few homes were destroyed. Depth unknown. 2

May

May
Strongest magnitude7.5 Mw  Pakistan
Deadliest7.5 Mw  Pakistan
60,000 deaths
Total fatalities60,540
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.913
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[47][48]  Turkey, Agri Province 6.0 35.0 540 deaths were reported in the 1935 Digor earthquake. 540
4[49][50]  Taiwan, Taichung City 6.0 35.0 37 people were injured and 28 homes were destroyed. 37
7[51]  Philippines, south of Mindanao 6.0 50.0
13[52]  Laos, Sainyabuli Province 6.3 35.0
15[53]  Pakistan, Sindh 6.0 35.0
20[54]  Indonesia, Talaud Islands 6.0 35.0
21[55]  China, Xizang 6.2 140.0
21[56]  Papua New Guinea, Madang Province 6.2 35.0
21[57]  Papua New Guinea, Madang Province 6.0 140.0
24[58]  Philippines, Samar 6.7 45.0
25[59]  Philippines, east of Samar 6.2 35.0 Aftershock.
26[60]  Philippines, east of Samar 6.2 35.0 Aftershock.
30[61][62]  Pakistan, Baluchistan, Pakistan 7.5 25.0 X The 1935 Quetta earthquake was on of the worst in Pakistani history. 60,000 people were killed. Major property damage was caused particularly at Quetta. Costs were $25 million (1935 rate). 60,000
31[63] Sea of Japan 6.5 450.0 Aftershock.

June

June
Strongest magnitude7.1 Mw  Vanuatu
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.91
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[64]  Philippines, Mindanao 6.0 100.0
2[65]  Pakistan, Baluchistan, Pakistan 6.0 35.0 Aftershock.
7[66]  Taiwan, Taichung City 5.8 0.0 5 people were injured and 15 homes were destroyed. 5
16[67]  Papua New Guinea, east of mainland 6.0 35.0
18[68]  Philippines, east of Samar 6.2 35.0 Aftershock.
22[69]  Indonesia, south of Sulawesi 6.2 35.0
24[70]  Vanuatu 7.1 185.0
25[71]  Russia, Kuril Islands 6.2 35.0
28[72]  Chile, off the coast of O'Higgins Region 6.0 35.0
28[73]  Japan, Izu Islands 6.2 100.0
29[74]  Mexico, off the coast of Michoacan 6.8 25.0

July

July
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw  Fiji
Deadliest6.5 Mw  Taiwan
2,746 deaths
Total fatalities2,755
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.99
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

5[75]  Uzbekistan, Surxondaryo Province 6.2 15.0
11[76]  Japan, Shizuoka Prefecture, Honshu 6.3 10.0 9 people were killed and some damage was caused. 9
11[77]  Indonesia, Java Sea 6.0 620.0
15[78]  Fiji 6.5 580.0
16[79]  Taiwan, Miaoli County 6.5 30.0 2,746 people were killed and 6,004 were injured. 30,000 homes collapsed. 2,746 6,004
19[80]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 6.7 10.0
26[81]  China, Qinghai Province 6.2 15.0
28[82]  Afghanistan, Badakhshan Province 6.0 150.0
29[83]  Fiji 7.2 450.0
30[84]  Indonesia, north of Sumba 6.2 60.0

August

August
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw 2 events
Deadliest0.0 Mw  Colombia
8 deaths
Total fatalities8
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.92
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[85]  Indonesia, northern Sumatra 7.2 25.0
5[86]  Chile, Maule Region 6.0 35.0
7[87]  Colombia, Narino Department 0.0 95.0 VII 8 people were killed and major damage was caused. The magnitude was unknown. 8
17[88]  France, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia 7.2 20.0
23[89]  Indonesia, off the west coast of southern Sumatra 6.5 25.0

September

September
Strongest magnitude7.8 Mw  Papua New Guinea
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.94
6.0−6.96
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[90][91]  United States, central Alaska 6.3 0.0 III
4[92]  Taiwan, off the southeast coast 7.0 15.0 This event came only 10 minutes after the Alaska event.
9[93]  Palau 6.8 15.0
11[94]  Russia, Kuril Islands 7.2 35.0
18[95]  Colombia, Risaralda Department 6.2 80.0
19[96]  Peru, Puno Region 6.5 250.0
20[97]  Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province 7.8 30.0
20[98]  Papua New Guinea, West Sepik Province 7.0 35.0 Aftershock.
23[99]  Papua New Guinea, Sandaun Province 6.7 35.0 Aftershock.
25[100]  Papua New Guinea, off the north coast 6.3 35.0

October

October
Strongest magnitude7.1 Mw  Japan
Deadliest2 events caused 2 deaths
Total fatalities4
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.98
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[101]  Russia, Kuril Islands 6.4 35.0
4[102]  Philippines, southern Mindanao 6.5 500.0
8[103]  Tajikistan, Districts of Republican Subordination 6.3 20.0
11[104]  Papua New Guinea, off the north coast 6.6 15.0
12[105]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 7.0 15.0 Doublet earthquake
18[106]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 7.1 15.0
18[107]  United States, Northern Mariana Islands 6.7 20.0
18[108]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 6.4 15.0 Aftershock.
19[109][110][111]  United States, Helena, Montana 6.3 0.0 VIII The 1935 Helena earthquake was a series of events that struck the area this month. This was the largest of the shocks. 2 people were killed and at least 101 were injured. Major damage was caused with 300 homes collapsing. Property damage costs were around $19 million (1935 rate). Depth unknown. 2 101+
31[112][113][114]  United States, Helena, Montana 6.0 0.0 VIII This major aftershock caused a further 2 deaths and more property damage. Costs were $6 million (1935 rate). Depth unknown. 2

November

November
Strongest magnitude6.7 Mw  Vietnam
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.96
5.0−5.91
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[115][116]  Canada, eastern Ontario 5.6 1.0 VII 1935 Timiskaming earthquake.
1[117]  Vietnam, Dien Bien Province 6.7 15.0
2[118]  Ecuador, Chimborazo Province 6.0 130.0
10[119]  United Kingdom, southwest of Montserrat 6.2 100.0
14[120]  Papua New Guinea, East New Britain Province 6.5 35.0
25[121]  Indonesia, off the west coast of northern Sumatra 6.5 35.0
30[122]  Panama, north of 6.4 35.0

December

December
Strongest magnitude7.6 Mw 2 events
Deadliest6.0 Mw  China
100 deaths
Total fatalities100
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.94
6.0−6.910
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[123]  Japan, Ryukyu Islands 6.4 20.0
2[124]  Japan, Ryukyu Islands 6.2 20.0 Aftershock.
5[125]  Fiji 6.5 35.0
14[126]  Brazil, Acre (state) 6.7 610.0
14[127]  United States, Northern Mariana Islands 6.5 270.0
14[128][129]  Mexico, Chiapas 7.3 35.0 Major damage was reported.
15[130]  Solomon Islands, western Makira 7.6 35.0
16[131]  Brazil, Acre (state) 6.2 650.0
17[132]  Taiwan, east of 7.0 15.0
18[133][134]  China, Sichuan Province 6.0 35.0 VIII 100 people were killed and many homes were destroyed. 100
20[135]  Solomon Islands 6.3 15.0
24[136]  Colombia, off the west coast of 6.2 25.0
28[137][138]  Indonesia, Batu Islands 7.6 30.0 VIII The 1935 Sumatra earthquake caused at least 1 injury and some homes to collapse. 1+
29[139]  Indonesia, Seram 6.4 25.0

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