UK Earthquakes

Based upon KML Data Feeds, with the permission of the British Geological Survey.


UK Earthquakes in the last 50 days
Updated: 22/08/2019 11:03
Epicenter NearMagnitudeDistance to
Epicenter
Local TimeLink to
Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.9 434 mi (698 km) 12/08/2019 01:46 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.5 434 mi (698 km) 12/08/2019 01:46 Map
HELSTON,CORNWALL 2.3 459 mi (739 km) 08/08/2019 17:52 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.4 434 mi (698 km) 06/08/2019 03:32 Map
NORWEGIAN SEA 3.0 462 mi (743 km) 05/08/2019 20:55 Map
GLENFINNAN,HIGHLAND 0.5 10 mi (17 km) 29/07/2019 06:47 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.1 434 mi (698 km) 29/07/2019 04:35 Map
GLENBRECK,BORDERS 1.2 111 mi (179 km) 28/07/2019 21:17 Map
CALVERLEY,W YORKSHIRE 1.6 243 mi (392 km) 27/07/2019 01:04 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.6 434 mi (698 km) 20/07/2019 23:02 Map
KINGTON,HEREFORDSHIRE 0.8 325 mi (522 km) 14/07/2019 04:57 Map
STRATHCARRON,HIGHLAND 0.7 50 mi (80 km) 13/07/2019 23:25 Map
IRISH SEA 2.4 204 mi (328 km) 11/07/2019 11:53 Map
KINGTON,HEREFORDSHIRE 1.2 324 mi (522 km) 10/07/2019 10:36 Map
KIPPEN,STIRLING 0.6 56 mi (90 km) 09/07/2019 23:52 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY 0.1 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 04:57 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.8 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
NEWDIGATE,SURREY -0.7 434 mi (698 km) 06/07/2019 02:03 Map
KINGTON,HEREFORDSHIRE 1.5 325 mi (523 km) 04/07/2019 08:29 Map
KIPPEN,STIRLING 0.5 56 mi (90 km) 04/07/2019 02:19 Map

26 UK Earthquakes in the last 50 days.

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Historic Earthquake Location Map

Historical seismicity of the UK (yellow) from 1832 to 1970 for earthquakes of magnitude above 3.0.
Instrumental seismicity (red) from 1970 to present for earthquakes with ML >2.0.