Latest earthquakes near Uzbekistan today

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List of latest earthquakes near Uzbekistan.
Date and Time Magnitude Location
Jun 23, 2024 19:31
(Samarkand)
M 4.0 273 km E
from Tirmiz
Jun 22, 2024 22:10
(Tashkent)
M 4.5 281 km NE
from Andijon
Jun 22, 2024 05:05
(Tashkent)
M 2.7 138 km E
from Andijon
Jun 21, 2024 12:23
(Tashkent)
M 3.8 82 km SSW
from Fergana
Jun 21, 2024 11:21
(Tashkent)
M 2.9 134 km NE
from Namangan
Jun 21, 2024 10:30
(Tashkent)
M 3.1 193 km SSE
from Qo‘qon
Jun 20, 2024 18:27
(Tashkent)
M 2.5 24 km N
from Angren
Jun 19, 2024 17:09
(Tashkent)
M 4.4 79 km NNW
from Namangan
Jun 19, 2024 08:59
(Tashkent)
M 2.9 145 km SE
from Andijon
Jun 19, 2024 06:55
(Tashkent)
M 2.7 99 km NE
from Andijon
Jun 18, 2024 03:41
(Tashkent)
M 3.1 196 km SSE
from Andijon
Jun 18, 2024 01:37
(Tashkent)
M 2.4 88 km NNE
from Andijon
Jun 18, 2024 01:12
(Tashkent)
M 4.0 77 km NNE
from Andijon
Jun 17, 2024 23:18
(Tashkent)
M 3.2 195 km SSW
from Qo‘qon
Jun 14, 2024 13:58
(Samarkand)
M 4.0 29 km WNW
from Samarkand
Jun 14, 2024 10:56
(Tashkent)
M 2.5 143 km ESE
from Andijon
Jun 12, 2024 22:27
(Tashkent)
M 2.4 102 km NNE
from Namangan
Jun 11, 2024 23:29
(Tashkent)
M 2.9 200 km S
from Namangan
Jun 11, 2024 11:27
(Tashkent)
M 4.2 148 km S
from Andijon
Jun 11, 2024 09:13
(Samarkand)
M 4.2 116 km NE
from Tirmiz
Jun 10, 2024 17:53
(Tashkent)
M 2.8 6 km NW
from Angren
Jun 10, 2024 14:40
(Tashkent)
M 3.2 136 km SSE
from Andijon
Jun 10, 2024 08:14
(Samarkand)
M 4.5 110 km NE
from Tirmiz
Jun 9, 2024 09:57
(Samarkand)
M 4.1 233 km ESE
from Tirmiz
Jun 9, 2024 01:38
(Tashkent)
M 2.9 89 km N
from Namangan

Map of Latest Earthquakes near Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan Earthquake Statistics

Average Earthquakes:
170 Yearly
Within 300 km, Mag 4+, last 10 years
Latest Earthquake:
Mag 4
Jun 23, 2024 19:31

Average

A total of 1704 earthquakes with a magnitude of four or above have struck within 300 km (186 mi) of Uzbekistan in the past 10 years. This comes down to a yearly average of 170 earthquakes per year, or 14 per month. On average an earthquake will hit near Uzbekistan roughly every 2 days.

A relatively large number of earthquakes occurred near Uzbekistan in 2016. A total of 306 earthquakes (mag 4+) were detected within 300 km of Uzbekistan that year. The strongest had a 6.6 magnitude.

Yearly Earthquakes within 300 km (186 mi) of Uzbekistan with a magnitude of 4 or above.

Magnitude Distribution

The table below visualizes the distribution of all earthquakes that occurred within 300km of Uzbekistan in the past 10 years. No earthquakes with a magnitude of 8 or above have occurred near Uzbekistan during this time. Usually, higher magnitudes are less common than lower magnitudes. Small earthquakes with a magnitude below 4 on the Richter scale have been omitted from this overview.

Earthquakes by magnitude near Uzbekistan (past 10 years).
Magnitude Earthquakes Percentage
Mag. 4 1621 95.13%
Mag. 5 76 4.46%
Mag. 6 5 0.29%
Mag. 7 2 0.12%
Mag. 8 0 0.0%
Mag. 9 0 0.0%
Mag. 10 0 0.0%

Strongest earthquakes near Uzbekistan

Strongest in 10 years:
Mag 7.5
On Oct 26, 2015 14:09.
Strongest since 1900:
Mag 7.7
On Jul 8, 1909 02:05.

The strongest recent earthquake of the past 10 years near Uzbekistan occurred on Oct 26, 2015 14:09 local time (Asia/Samarkand timezone). It had a magnitude of 7.5 and struck 286 kilometers (178 mi) east-southeast of Tirmiz, at a depth of 231 km. Discover more strong earthquakes near Uzbekistan in the list below.

A longer time ago, a MAG-7.7 earthquake struck on Jul 8, 1909 02:05, 292 kilometers (181 mi) east-southeast of Tirmiz. It is the strongest earthquake near Uzbekistan in the past 124 years (Our data goes back to January 1st, 1900).

In the table below you will find the strongest earthquakes that occurred near Uzbekistan in the past 10 years. You can use the tabs to find the heaviest historic earthquakes since the year 1900 or within a specific year or distance from Uzbekistan.

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Historic M6+ since 1900
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List of strongest earthquakes near Uzbekistan.
Date and Time Magnitude Location
Oct 26, 2015 14:09
(Samarkand)
M 7.5 286 km ESE
from Tirmiz
Dec 7, 2015 12:50
(Tashkent)
M 7.2 288 km S
from Andijon
Feb 23, 2023 05:37
(Tashkent)
M 6.9 287 km SSE
from Fergana
Nov 25, 2016 19:24
(Tashkent)
M 6.6 218 km SE
from Andijon
Jun 26, 2016 16:17
(Tashkent)
M 6.4 168 km SSE
from Andijon
Dec 20, 2019 16:39
(Samarkand)
M 6.1 293 km ESE
from Tirmiz
May 3, 2017 09:47
(Tashkent)
M 6.0 123 km SSE
from Qo‘qon
Feb 12, 2021 22:01
(Tashkent)
M 5.9 292 km SSE
from Fergana
Aug 8, 2019 05:45
(Samarkand)
M 5.8 259 km ESE
from Tirmiz
May 5, 2017 10:09
(Tashkent)
M 5.8 124 km SSE
from Qo‘qon

Map of Strongest Earthquakes near Uzbekistan

Earthquakes by region of Uzbekistan

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Frequently Asked Questions

These questions are commonly asked in relation to earthquakes occurring near Uzbekistan.

When was the last earthquake in Uzbekistan?

A 4 magnitude earthquake hit near Uzbekistan on the evening of June 23, 2024 at 19:31 local time (Asia/Samarkand). The center of this earthquake was located 273km east of Tirmiz at a depth of 202km under land. Check the list on our website for any earthquakes occurring near Uzbekistan in the past hours.

What was the strongest earthquake near Uzbekistan?

A 7.7 magnitude earthquake hit near Uzbekistan on the night of July 8, 1909 at 02:05 local time (Asia/Samarkand). The center of this earthquake was located 292km east-southeast of Tirmiz at a depth of 200km under land. This is the strongest earthquake that occurred near Uzbekistan since the year 1900.

How often do earthquakes occur near Uzbekistan?

In the past 10 years, 1704 earthquakes with a magnitude of four or higher occurred within a 300 kilometer range from Uzbekistan. This averages to 170 earthquakes yearly, or one earthquake every 2 days.