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The earthquake locations depicted on this map are preliminary (possibly erroneous) in nature and are early estimates obtained from Indian and global seismological networks for recent/latest earthquakes in south Asia i.e. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka as well as selected events in the Arabian Sea, the Northern Indian Ocean, off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia and the provinces of Xizang and Xinjiang in China. Events in other adjoining nations are NOT shown. These data can be expected to differ with final estimates available days/weeks later. The information on this page is updated simultaneously with the Recent Earthquakes Listing. Please note that this page automatically refreshes itself every 5-minutes. Zoom is disabled!  Blue lines  and  black lines  indicate collision (subduction and thrust respectively) boundaries,  red lines  indicate transform boundaries while  yellow lines  indicate mid-oceanic ridge.

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Map Disclaimer
International boundaries of India (especially Arunachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand) on the displayed map are from Google Maps. These do not conform to the external boundaries of India recognized by the Survey of India. That they are displayed on this page via Google Maps, is only for display purposes and this should not be misinterpreted as an endorsement of these boundaries by the Amateur Seismic Centre (ASC).

Page Updated: 06 Jan 2009 | Website Disclaimer

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