Focal mechanism solutions indicate that . Earthquake and tsunami September 30, 2009. Several powerful earthquakes have struck Padang during recent years, one of the largest earthquake event was an M 7.6 that occurred on September 30, 2009 and caused more than 1000 casualties. 900,000), the capital of Indonesia's West Sumatra province. The epicenter was 45 kilometres (28 mi) west-northwest of Padang, Sumatra, and 220 kilometres (140 mi) southwest of Pekanbaru, Sumatra.. The landslides blocked roads in the region, hindering efforts to determine the extent of the damage. On 30 September 2009, numerous landslides occurred in a mountain-ringed region of West Sumatra, Indonesia, triggered by an earthquake off the coast of Padang. Sign in to download full-size image Fig. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY On September 30, 2009 at 17:16, a powerful earthquake struck off the western Sumatra coast in Indonesia, measuring 7.6 degrees on the Richter Scale. World Conference on Earthquake Engineering October 12-17, 2008, Beijing, China 5. On 26 December 2004, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake (3.316 N, 95.854 E, depth 30 km) occurred off the coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia. A subsequent earthquake of magnitude 6.6 occurred just hours later in Jambi, about 200 km east of Padang City, causing further significant damage. West Sumatra. S Coda and Rayleigh Waves From a Decade of Repeating Earthquakes Reveal Discordant Temporal Velocity Changes Since the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake W. Yu 1,J.‐T. This is understandable because the epicenter is some 125 km away from the West Sumatra and Bengkulu. Around 1,000 farmers lack water access due to The main earthquake had a devastating effect on many of the buildings and affected infrastructure and communities. The 2009 Sumatra, Indonesia earthquake attacked Padang, which is the capital of West Sumatra province, and damaged a large number of reinforced concrete (R/C) buildings. Kang4 1Institute of Earth Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 2Department of Earth Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, USA, 3Department of Earth Sciences, University College London . Long history of destructive earthquakes in West Sumatra, among others, is the Padang earthquake (1822, 1835, 1981, 1991, 2005), earthquakes Festival (1943), Pasaman earthquake (1977), and earthquakes Agam . This was the forth largest earthquake since 1900. Earthquake and tsunami September 30, 2009. On September 30, 2009, an earthquake with a moment magnitude of 7.6 occurred off the west coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, followed 22 minutes later by an aftershock with a magnitude of 6.2. September 30, 2009 JPEG. The magnitude 6.9 earthquake hit about 5:29 a.m. and was centered 128.1 km (79.4 miles) west of Bengkulu, Indonesia, the agency said. Sumatra, Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami, 26 December 2004. COMPARISON BETWEEN 2006 SW JAVA AND 2007 S SUMATRA Since the 2004 Sumatra earthquake, there are a series of earthquakes followed by the tsunamis. Sumatra, Indonesia Earthquake and Tsunami, 26 December 2004. The earthquake served as a lesson that all structures in seismic prone areas should perform satisfacto- rily under earthquake loadings. We report field observations of the effects of the M7.6 Padang earthquake of 30 September 2009, in Western Sumatra, Indonesia. September 30, 2009 - A magnitude 7.6 earthquake strikes Sumatra, Indonesia, killing more than 1,000 people. WEST SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, INDONESIA, SEPTEMBER 30, 2009 Disaster Type : EARTHQUAKE Magnitude : 7.6 RICHTER SCALE Date : 30 SEPTEMBER 2009 Time :05.15pm Depth : 71 Km Epicenter : 0.84 LS - 99.65 BT Location : 57.5 km South West of PariamanCity INCIDENT As a result, it was found that one of typical damage to buildings was beam-column joint failure. The devastating earthquakes in West Sumatra have caused more than 1,100 fatalities as well as damage to buildings and infrastructure with the estimated losses of more than two billion USD. A powerful earthquake struck off Southern Sumatra in Indonesia at 10:16:09 UTC (17:16:09 local time) on September 30, 2009, destroying hundreds of buildings, killing at least 529 people and seriously injuring 400 more. The claim is false; the clip has circulated online since 2009 in reports about an earthquake hitting Indonesia's West Sumatra province. Below is a screenshot comparison of the clip in. The M7.6 earthquake of 30 September 2009 in Western Sumatra, Indonesia caused significant damage and collapse to hundreds of buildings and the deaths of 1,117 people. As Padang Pariaman is an earthquake-prone area, disaster and emergency management is necessary. Damage to Structures Being just landward of the subduction zone where the tsunami-generating earthquake occurred, northwestern Sumatra was struck by a "near field" tsunami. Due to the limited health facilities, the health services completely rely on Puskesmas (Primary Health Centres, PHCs). Summary of event: At the end of September 2009, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia off the shore of Sumatra near the town of Padang, killing 1,117 people and leaving 1,214 A magnitude 8.4 earthquake occurred in 1797, a magnitude 8.5 in 1861 and a magnitude 8.7 in 1833 . The epicenter was located about 50 kilometers southwest of Padang, a city in the province of West Sumatra with a population of 900,000. pop. 4.3 earthquake - Northern Sumatra, Indonesia on Saturday, 19 September 2020. Region Affected: Sumatra Date: September 30, 2009 Event type: Earthquake and Tsunami Fatalities: 1,117. The worst of the tsunami damage among those is the 2006 SW Java. The tsunami generated by the earthquake was recorded nearly world-wide and killed more people than any other tsunami in recorded history, almost . However, the damage caused by this earthquake is far greater than that caused by other great earthquakes. Ground/Buildings Impact Peter Beaumont. The South and West Sumatra Earthquake on September 12, 2007, killed 25 people and caused heavy damage in Benngkulu and West Sumatora Provinces along the western shore of Sumatra Island. These images show the damage caused by the resulting tsunami to the shores of northwestern Sumatra. The Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and subsequent Asian Tsunami of 26 December 2004 affected multiple countries in the Indian Ocean and beyond, creating disasters of a scale unprecedented in recorded . The earthquake affected 13 out of 19 districts, killing over 1,100 people, injuring 3,000 and causing major destruction to concrete buildings and infrastructure. More than 1,100 The Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and subsequent Asian Tsunami of 26 December 2004 affected multiple countries in the Indian Ocean and beyond, creating disasters of a scale unprecedented in recorded history. A. Song3, and C.‐C. Lin2,J.Su ,T.‐R. On December 26, 2004 at 00:58 (UTC) a magnitude 9.0 earthquake hit 160 miles north of Simeulue Island in the Indian Ocean. Timeline. Hundreds if not thousands of people were buried under rubble, and the city of Padang was cut off from the outside world on September 30, 2009, after earthquakes struck southern Sumatra, said news reports. (Amateur Seismic Centre, 2009) These waves travelled across the Indian Ocean affecting fourteen countries, Sri Lanka, India, Indonesia, Thailand . A magnitude 7.6 quake occurred at 5:16 p.m. local time, some 45 kilometers (30 miles) west-northwest of Padang, and . insurance program on short-term economic recovery after the September 2009 West Sumatra Earthquake. When an undersea earthquake strikes near a coastal area or a remote seafloor, the resulting large ocean waves can cause more damage than the earthquake. A POWERFUL earthquake off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra has caused significant damage, with reports of more than 1000 homes being flattened and fires breaking out in the city of Padang. Keywords: earthquake, damage assessment, earthquake intensity 1. The Mw 7.5 Padang earthquake struck at 17:16 local time on 30th September 2009 with an epicentre offshore about 60 km west-northwest of Padang, capital of West Sumatra Province. Because there was so much damage, many countries came together to donate money to help rebuild the affected areas. This seminar will report on the findings of a reconnaissance team who visited Padang shortly after the earthquake. The M7.6 earthquake of 30 September 2009 in Western Sumatra, Indonesia caused significant damage and collapse to thousands of buildings and the deaths of 1,195people in Padang City and the surrounding area. With all the countries coming together about $14 billion was donated. The event caused panic in the region, which had already been devastated by the massive tsunami triggered by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, but this earthquake generated a relatively small tsunami that caused limited damage. Hundreds if not thousands of people were buried under rubble, and the city of Padang was cut off from the outside world on September 30, 2009, after earthquakes struck southern Sumatra, said news reports. The full scale of Sumatra's earthquake disaster has begun to emerge as Indonesian and international rescue teams converge on the stricken port city of . Casualties and damage are included with the event at 11:10 UTC. On September 30, 2009, an earthquake of Mw 7.6 struck the west coast of Sumatra of Indonesia, affecting Padang and Pariaman, causing significant damage to about 150,000 houses and buildings as well as claiming more than 1,000 lives. The epicentre was 45 kilometres west- northwest of the port city of Padang, Sumatra (population approximately 900,000 people). Region Affected: Sumatra Date: September 30, 2009 Event type: Earthquake and Tsunami Fatalities: 1,117. Damage was widespread, affecting 13 out of 19 districts. Sumatra Earthquake in Indonesia October 2009 AsianDisaster Reduction Center TEL: 078-262-5540 E-mail: rep@adrc.asia 1.Outline of Research Objective Research on the Sumatra Earthquake which occurred on 30 September 2009 was conducted in Padang city, Pariaman city and Padang Pariaman district to contribute to their rehabilitation. From 1822 until 2009, has occurred at least 14 times a strong earthquake occurrence and damage in West Sumatra and the tsunami caused them. More than 10,000 farming families (men and women) in Padang Pariaman and Pesisir Selatan have been severely affected through damage to their houses and other property. Figure 1: Site of the main shock and immediate aftershocks show the source of the earthquake and rupture zone - coasts affected by the tsunami are delimited in blue As my colleague Liz Robbins reported, a powerful 7.6-magnitude earthquake struck Wednesday just 30 miles off the coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra, causing damage that left at least 75. A second quake measuring 6.2 occurred 22 minutes later. The tsunami generated by the earthquake was recorded nearly world-wide and killed more people than any other tsunami in recorded history, almost . In terms of its physical size, it is comparable to the 1960 Chilean (M wZ9.5) and the 1965 Alaskan (M wZ9.2) earthquakes. The September 2009 Sumatra earthquake (Indonesian: Gempa bumi Sumatra 2009) occurred on September 30 off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia with a moment magnitude of 7.6 at 17:16:10 local time.The epicenter was 45 kilometres (28 mi) west-northwest of Padang, Sumatra, and 220 kilometres (140 mi) southwest of Pekanbaru, Sumatra.Government reports have to date confirmed 1,115 dead, 1,214 severely . The time of occurring earthquake is at 17:16:10 local time. Since 1900 and prior to the December 26 earthquake, the largest earthquake along the subduction zone from southern Sumatra to the Andaman Islands occurred in 2000 and had a magnitude of 7.9. Abstract. Wednesday's earlier quake was 7.6 magnitude. soil profile, Padang earthquake, microtremor array, seismic vulnerability Abstract. Subsequent earthquakes in the Sunda Trench—including an M8.7 event in 2005, M8.4 in 2007, M7.6 in 2009, and M8.4 in 2012—further relieved tectonic pressure, thus lessening, to some degree at least, the likelihood of an earthquake of the magnitude of the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake in the near term. This seminar will report on the findings of a reconnaissance team who visited Padang shortly after the earthquake. Analyses of satellite images (coverage area 1,500 Sumatra earthquakes September 2009 On 30 September 2009 (AEST) an earthquake of magnitude 7.5 struck off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, causing significant damage to Padang and surrounding areas. The fault rupture propagated 1,300 to 1,600 kilometers northwest for about 10 minutes along the boundary between the Indo-Australian plate and the Eurasian plate, from northwestern Sumatra to the Nicobar Islands and to the Andaman Islands. The predominant building construction types in Padang are . A child lies on a mattress inside a house damaged by an earthquake in Padang Pariaman, a coastal town in the Indonesian province of West Sumatra, October 4, 2009. WEST SUMATRA EARTHQUAKE, INDONESIA, SEPTEMBER 30, 2009 Disaster Type : EARTHQUAKE Magnitude : 7.6 RICHTER SCALE Date : 30 SEPTEMBER 2009 Time :05.15pm Depth : 71 Km Epicenter : 0.84 LS - 99.65 BT Location : 57.5 km South West of PariamanCity INCIDENT Using the Conceptual Framework and terminology described in the Disaster Health Management: Gui … Thu 1 Oct 2009 14.06 EDT. The earthquake, measuring 7.6Mw, was located around 30 miles (45 kilometers) west-northwest of Padang and 135 miles (220 kilometers) southwest of Pekanbaru, […] Introduction On 30 September 2009 an earthquake with 7.6 on the Richter scale was shock in West Sumatra. The 2005 Sumatra earthquake was a major earthquake on March 28, 2005, located off the west coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia.Approximately 1300 people were killed by the earthquake, mostly on the island of Nias. The M7.6 earthquake of 30 September 2009 in Western Sumatra, Indonesia caused significant damage and collapse to thousands of buildings and the deaths of 1,195people in Padang City and the surrounding area. (REUTERS/Crack Palinggi) # 16 A 7.6-magnitude hit Padang, the capital city of West Sumatra province, on September 30, 2009, killing at least 1,100 people, the BBC reported here. The overall cost damage due to the earthquake and tsunami was about $10 billion. Maldives. The structural damage was similar to the damage observed from this earthquake. 1. At least 915 people were killed, mostly on the island of Nias. One of the remarkable features of this disaster was damage to largescale reinforced - A large number of school, health and public facilities suffered extensive damages, especially in the Early death-toll estimates extended beyond The 6.8 magnitude quake Thursday hit southern Sumatra at 8:52 a.m. local time (0152 GMT), the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said. CHF International: Assessment West Sumatra Earthquake, October 2009 4 There is considerable damage to irrigation systems. On September 30, 2009 a M7.6 earthquake struck off the west coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, near the cities of Padang and Pariaman, affecting an area with a population of 1.2 million people. Earthquake in Padang, West Sumatra Province, Republic of Indonesia HIGH LIGHTS • On 30 September 2009, a strong earthquake registering 7.6 Richter scale, depth 71 km under the sea level southwest Pariaman, struck off the coast of Padang in West Sumatra at 17:16 pm local time, and followed by aftershock 6.2 RS. As was the case during the Aceh Dec 2004 earthquake, only poorly built The Sumatra-Andaman Earthquake and subsequent Asian Tsunami of 26 December 2004 affected multiple countries in the Indian Ocean and beyond, creating disasters of a scale unprecedented in recorded . This earthquake has caused a great deal of damage. (Scienceray, 2009) The earthquake created a 1500 km fault which displaced a large amount of water creating deadly tsunami waves. Construction type (e.g., unreinforced masonry) and the extent to which contractors adhered to . October 1, 2009. The tsunami generated by the earthquake caused extensive damage to coastal areas along the Indian Ocean including Indonesia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and India, and more than 220,000 people were killed across 14 nations. On 26 December 2004, a magnitude 9.1 earthquake (3.316 N, 95.854 E, depth 30 km) occurred off the coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia. suffered minor damage. The West Sumatra earthquake that occurred on September 30, 2009, caused severe damage in some districts, including Padang Pariaman. 31 Oct 2009 Origin View original Executive Summary On 30 September 2009, a powerful magnitude 7.6 earthquake struck West Sumatra province. The epicentre of the event occurred in the same subduction region as On 30 September 2009, a major earthquake registering a magnitude M w 7.6 occurred off the coast of Padang in West Sumatra at 05:16 pm local time (10:16 am UTC); this was followed the next day at 08:52 am (01:52 am UTC) by another earthquake occurring inland and measuring M w 6.6. Data from Satkorlak PB (Monitoring Center) shows that the earthquake has destroyed more than 269,683 houses, and 132,186 of them were severely damaged. Indonesia- 2009- PDNA undertaken after earthquake killed 1,100 in West Sumatra On 30th September 2009, a powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck West Sumatra province of Indonesia. Table 6.1 shows the comparison between 2006 SW Java The EQs damaged public and agricultural assets and devastated housing in both rural and urban areas. Few people are likely to forget the 2004 Sumatra Earthquake, which produced a devastating tsunami that killed more than 230,000 people across Southeast Asia. In general it can be stated that the damage to engineered buildings due to the September 12, 2007 and September 13, 2007 earthquakes were negligible. The September 2009 Sumatra earthquake occurred just off the southern coast of Sumatra, Indonesia.The major shock hit at 17:16:10 local time on September 30, 2009 (10:16:10 UTC) and had a moment magnitude of 7.6. Further west it caused damage in the Seychelles and eastern Africa. At approximately 5.16 pm on 30 September 2009, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck 600 km north-west of Padang in Sumatra, Indonesia. In contrast, areas across the ocean from the earthquake epicenter, such as Sri Lanka, were struck by "far field" tsunamis. The Indonesian government estimates that the earthquake caused 1,195 deaths and significant damage to around 140,000 houses and 4,000 buildings. The Sumatra-Andaman earthquake was one of the three largest earthquakes ever recorded. The casualties (383 deaths, 431 serious injuries) in Padang were mostly due to building damage and collapse. In Padang City and its environs, we observed localized regions where heavy damage affected a large fraction of the structures separated by regions of only light damage. January 12, 2010 - A 7.0-magnitude earthquake strikes 14 miles west of Port-au-Prince . A magnitude 7.6 quake occurred at 5:16 p.m. local time, some 45 kilometers (30 miles) west-northwest of Padang, and . The earthquake brought down hospitals, schools, shopping malls, hotels, government offices, power lines and triggered landslides. At 08:07 a.m. local time on December 26, 2004, a large-scale earthquake with the magnitude 9.0 occurred at the western coast of Northern Sumatra Island, Indonesia. The tsunami was even detected in New Zealand and along the west coast of South and North America. On September 30, 2009 at 17:16, a powerful earthquake struck off the western Sumatra coast in Indonesia, measuring 7.6 degrees on the Richter Scale. Summary of event: At the end of September 2009, a 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck Indonesia off the shore of Sumatra near the town of Padang, killing 1,117 people and leaving 1,214 The first author of this paper had conducted a post-earthquake field investigation in Padang. Damage assessments identified approximately 180,000 houses as being severely or moderately damaged. The September 30, 2009, M 7.6 earthquake of southern Sumatra occurred as a result of oblique reverse faulting at an intermediate depth, approximately 80 km beneath the Indian Ocean off the western coast of Sumatra, and near the subduction interface plate boundary between the Australia and Sunda plates. Damage Investigation of Bridges affected by Tsunami during 2004 North Sumatra Earthquake, Indonesia. A video has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times on Facebook and TikTok alongside a claim that it shows a 7.5-magnitude earthquake that struck eastern Indonesia on December 14, 2021 — causing panic but no deaths or major damage. Only hours ago, having briefly analyzed details of the Samoan earthquake,… September 30, 2009 JPEG. The first of the 2009 Sumatra earthquakes (Indonesian: Gempa bumi Sumatra 2009) occurred on 30 September off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia with a moment magnitude of 7.6 at 17:16:10 local time.The epicenter was 45 kilometres (28 mi) west-northwest of Padang, West Sumatra, and 220 kilometres (140 mi) southwest of Pekanbaru, Riau. Southern Sumatra, Indonesia earthquake 2007 damage cost. The first earthquake occurred at 11:10:26 UTC (18:10 local time) on 12 September 2007, and was an 8.4 M w earthquake on the moment magnitude scale.It was centered about 34 km underground, at , about 130 km southwest of Bengkulu on the southwest coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, and some 600 km west-northwest of Indonesia's capital city, JakartaIt was followed by several earthquakes of . On 30 September 2009 and 1 October 2009 two major earthquakes (EQ) hit an area off the coast of West Sumatra causing 1,195 deaths and injuring 1,798. The epicentre was at a depth of 80 km in about 50 km to the west-northwest of Padang, the capital city of the Province. 30 Sept 2009: 7.6 magnitude quake near Sumatran city of Padang, thousands feared dead 1 Oct 2009: Second of two quakes near Padang, magnitude 6.8 - no damage or casualties reported Animated guide: Earthquakes At least 75 people were killed and thousands trapped under flattened buildings according to early estimates from the health . We use satellite data on yearly differences in nighttime-light intensity as a proxy for economic activity, to investigate the effect of the earthquake damage on overall luminosity in 2009 and the progress in recovery in the year 2010. The 2004 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake (M wZ9.0-9.3) is one of the greatest earthquakes ever recorded. The event caused panic in the region, which had recently been devastated by the massive tsunami triggered by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake, but this earthquake generated a . 2. The earthquake caused 1,195 deaths and significant damage to about 140,000 houses and 4,000 other buildings (Satkorlak, 2009). The 30Th SepTember 2009 padang, SumaTra, earThquake Just before dusk on 30th September 2009, a M7.6 earthquake occurred about 55 kilometres west northwest of the low-lying coastal city of Padang (est. A magnitude 9.0 earthquake - the largest in 40 years - struck offshore of the Indonesian island of Sumatra on December 26, 2004. In Padang City, with a population of about 900,000 people, building collapse was the primary cause of deaths and serious injuries (313 deaths and 431 serious injuries). The 2005 Nias-Simeulue earthquake occurred on 28 March off the west coast of northern Sumatra, Indonesia. Government and authorities confirmed 1,115 dead, 1,214 severely . More Megaquakes May Strike PRF Anytime Magnitude 7.9 earthquake strikes southern Sumatra, Indonesia Magnitude 7.9 earthquake struck southern Sumatra, Indonesia, 50 km (30 miles) WNW of Padang, at a depth of about 85 km on Wednesday, September 30, 2009 at 10:16 UTC, USGS/EHP reported.

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