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Basic earthquake counts for the World and United States.
Use the Earthquake Catalog Search to find earthquakes within a certain distance of any location. Expand "Advanced Options" and fill in the "Circle" fields.
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*United States earthquake lists (except "Top...") also include some earthquakes outside the U.S. since the search area is a rectangle.
Worldwide, United States, and average annual statistics for earthquake counts. U.S. and worldwide deaths per year. Earthquake counts by U.S. State.
Worldwide Earthquakes 2000–2021
Note: Estimated death counts for 2016-2019 are from EM-DAT: The Emergency Events Database - Université catholique de Louvain (UCL) - CRED, D. Guha-Sapir - www.emdat.be, Brussels, Belgium.
United States Earthquakes 2000–2012 *
* counts after 2012 have not been completed
Worldwide Earthquakes 1990–1999
United States Earthquakes 1990–1999 *
* counts after 1999 have not been completed
Earthquake Counts by State 2010-2015 (M3+)
Counts are as of March 10, 2016. Counts after 2015 have not been completed.