M 5.6 in Indonesia on 04 Feb 2019 19:29 UTC

Event summary

This earthquake can have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID EQ 1169771
Earthquake Magnitude: 5.6M
Depth: 17.14 Km
Lat/Lon: -0.4532 , 98.0101
Event Date: 04 Feb 2019 19:29 UTC
05 Feb 2019 02:29 Local
Exposed Population: About 22000 people in MMI>=IV
About 29000 people within 100km
Inserted at: 04 Feb 2019 23:35 UTC
INFORM Coping capacity : 4.8 (Indonesia)


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GDACS score
NEIC 0 0
us2000jda7 Scaled population (vector) 0  
  C1 shakemap -1.73  
  C2 shakemap 0.79  
  Country Vulnerability 0  
  INFORM_normalised 0.96  
Maximum expected impact using different data sources.
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Latest media headlines

Articles: 13 | About casualties: 1 | Last hour: 0

Indonesia: Rebuilding Sulawesi: Update on Our Disaster Relief in Indon ... Fri, 08 Feb 2019 18:41:00 +0100.

by Megan Staub. The recovery of Indonesia’s Sulawesi island has slipped out of the news in the last few months. After all, the hard work of grieving loss and piecing life back together doesn’t make many headlines. But that work goes on, eve
Indonesia: Coastal Flooding Forecast Strengthened in IndonesiaFri, 08 Feb 2019 16:38:00 +0100.

Indonesia is making progress in integrating coastal flood forecasting into its meteorological early warning system to increase protection against one of the major hazards impacting the country. The Indonesian Coastal Inundation Forecasting
Indonesia: EU scales up support for victims of tsunami in IndonesiaFri, 08 Feb 2019 10:38:00 +0100.

The European Union (EU) is allocating a further €300,000 (approximately IDR 4.8 billion) in humanitarian funding to Indonesia to ensure the continued delivery of much needed assistance to families hit by the tsunami that struck the Sunda St
Southeast Asia lacks a culture of preparedness in the face of natural ... Fri, 08 Feb 2019 06:44:00 +0100.

Each year, natural disasters cost the region billions of dollars, and exact a massive toll on local populations. In 2016 alone, Asia-Pacific lost $126 million per day due to natural disasters. According to a report by the United Nations Int

Estimated casualties (PAGER)

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Exposed population

Data, images, links, services and documents

For this events, GDACS has links to information from the following sources: JRC (43), (2), NEIC (4), OCHA (1), INGV (1), DesInventar (1), WMO (1), USGS (5), INFORM (2),