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List of earthquakes in 1932
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List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
List of earthquakes in 1932
Approximate epicenters of the earthquakes in 1932
Strongest magnitude Mexico, Jalisco (Magnitude 8.1) June 3
Deadliest Iran, Mazandaran Province (Magnitude 5.4) May 20 1,070 deaths
Total fatalities2,206
Number by magnitude
9.0+0
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.910
6.0−6.9102
5.0−5.91
← 1931
1933 →

This is a list of earthquakes in 1932. Only magnitude 6.0 or greater earthquakes appear on the list. Lower magnitude events are included if they have caused death, injury or damage. Events which occurred in remote areas will be excluded from the list as they wouldn't have generated significant media interest. All dates are listed according to UTC time. Overall a much quieter year than 1931 in terms of magnitude 7.0+ events. There was however still a couple of large earthquakes which shook parts of Indonesia, China, Greece and especially Mexico. The worst event in terms of death toll happened in Iran which has experienced deadly events also in 1930 and 1931.

Overall[edit]

By death toll[edit]

Rank Death toll Magnitude Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 1,070 5.4  Iran, Mazandaran Province VIII (Severe) 12.0 May 20
2 404 8.1  Mexico, Jalisco X (Extreme) 15.0 June 3
3 275 7.9  China, Gansu Province X (Extreme) 15.0 December 25
4 200 6.0  China, Sichuan Province VIII (Severe) 0.0 March 6
5 161 6.9  Greece, Central Macedonia X (Extreme) 10.0 September 26
6 75 7.7  Mexico, Jalisco (') 25.0 June 22
  • Note: At least 10 casualties

By magnitude[edit]

Rank Magnitude Death toll Location MMI Depth (km) Date
1 8.1 404  Mexico, Jalisco X (Extreme) 15.0 June 3
2 7.9 275  China, Gansu Province X (Extreme) 15.0 December 25
3 7.8 0  Mexico, Colima X (Extreme) 15.0 June 18
= 4 7.7 6  Indonesia, Molucca Sea VII (Very strong) 15.0 May 14
= 4 7.7 75  Mexico, Jalisco (') 15.0 June 22
5 7.6 0  Fiji, south of (') 570.0 May 26
= 6 7.2 0  Papua New Guinea, southwest of Bougainville Island (') 15.0 January 29
= 6 7.2 0  Indonesia, Celebes Sea (') 57.5 December 4
7 7.1 0  El Salvador, La Union Department (') 15.0 May 21
= 8 7.0 0  Myanmar, Sagaing Region (') 110.0 August 14
= 8 7.0 0 Sea of Japan (') 320.0 November 13
  • Note: At least 7.0 magnitude

Notable events[edit]

January[edit]

January
Strongest magnitude7.2 Mw  Papua New Guinea
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.94
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

9[1]  Papua New Guinea, west of Bougainville Island 6.9 395.0
20[2][3]  Peru, Lima Region 6.8 35.0 IX
24[4]  Vanuatu 6.5 15.0
29[5]  Papua New Guinea, southwest of Bougainville Island 7.2 15.0
29[6]  Papua New Guinea, southwest of Bougainville Island 6.5 35.0 Aftershock.

February[edit]

February
Strongest magnitude6.7 Mw  Cuba
Deadliest6.7 Mw  Cuba
8 deaths
Total fatalities8
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.92
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[7][8]  Cuba, off the southeast coast 6.7 25.0 8 people were killed and major damage was caused. 8
23[9]  Solomon Islands 6.5 60.0

March[edit]

March
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw 2 events
Deadliest6.0 Mw  China
200 deaths
Total fatalities200
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

6[10]  China, Sichuan Province 6.0 0.0 VIII 200 people were killed and some homes were destroyed. Depth unknown. 200
8[11]  Papua New Guinea, southwest of Bougainville Island 6.5 70.0
8[12][13]  Fiji 6.2 35.0 VII Some damage was reported.
14[14]  Mexico, Gulf of California 6.0 35.0
14[15]  Venezuela, Tachira 6.8 35.0
19[16]  Papua New Guinea, Tabar Island 6.5 350.0
25[17]  United States, central Alaska 6.0 35.0 Foreshock.
25[18]  United States, central Alaska 6.8 15.0
26[19]  Indonesia, Banda Sea 6.6 35.0

April[edit]

April
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw  Japan
Deadliest6.0 Mw  China
6 deaths
Total fatalities6
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.98
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[20]  Afghanistan, Badakhshan Province 6.0 250.0
3[21]  New Zealand, Kermadec Islands 6.5 35.0
4[22]  Japan, Izu Islands 6.8 390.0
6[23][24]  China, Henan Province 6.0 35.0 VIII 6 people were killed and 27 were injured. Many homes were destroyed. 6 27
12[25]  Papua New Guinea, New Britain 6.2 35.0
18[26]  Pakistan, off the coast of 6.0 35.0
22[27]  Indonesia, southern Sumatra 6.5 80.0
26[28]  Chile, Antofagasta Region 6.5 70.0

May[edit]

May
Strongest magnitude7.7 Mw  Indonesia
Deadliest5.4 Mw  Iran
1,070 deaths
Total fatalities1,076
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.93
6.0−6.99
5.0−5.91
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[29]  Indonesia, Minahassa Peninsula, Sulawesi 6.0 200.0
5[30]  Japan, Osaka Prefecture, Honshu 6.5 380.0
10[31]  Indonesia, Banda Sea 6.0 170.0
12[32]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea 6.5 170.0 Foreshock.
14[33][34]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea 7.7 15.0 VII 6 people were killed and 115 were injured. 592 homes were destroyed. 6 115
17[35]  Indonesia, Bali 6.2 80.0
20[36]  Iran, Mazandaran Province 5.4 12.0 VIII 1,070 deaths were caused as well as major damage in the area. 1,070
21[37]  El Salvador, La Union Department 7.1 15.0
21[38]  Indonesia, Sunda Strait 6.5 100.0
22[39]  Guatemala, Jutiapa Department 6.0 80.0
26[40]  Fiji, south of 7.6 570.0
26[41]  Fiji, south of 6.5 600.0 Aftershock.
28[42]  Japan, southeast of the Ryukyu Islands 6.5 60.0

June[edit]

June
Strongest magnitude8.1 Mw  Mexico
Deadliest8.1 Mw  Mexico
404 deaths
Total fatalities480
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.91
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.913
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

3[43][44][45]  Mexico, Jalisco 8.1 15.0 X This was the first of the 1932 Jalisco earthquakes. During June several large earthquakes shook the area causing extensive destruction. 400 people died in this event and 120 were injured. Many homes were destroyed. A tsunami caused an additional 4 deaths and damage. 404 120
3[46]  Mexico, Jalisco 6.0 35.0 Aftershock.
5[47]  Mexico, Jalisco 6.2 35.0 Aftershock.
6[48]  United States, northern California 6.4 15.0 1 person died and another 3 were hurt in the 1932 Eureka earthquake. Some damage was caused. 1 3
6[49]  Cuba, south of 6.0 35.0
8[50]  Philippines, eastern Mindanao 6.2 100.0
8[51]  United States, central Alaska 6.0 0.0 Depth unknown.
10[52]  Philippines, southeast of Mindanao 6.8 105.0
14[53]  Philippines, northwest of Luzon 6.5 80.0
14[54]  Philippines, west of Luzon 6.0 40.0 Aftershock.
16[55]  Indonesia, northern Sumatra 6.8 80.0
18[56]  Chile, off the coast of Tarapaca Region 6.2 70.0
18[57][58]  Mexico, Colima 7.8 15.0 X 1932 Jalisco earthquakes. Some damage was caused.
21[59]  Mexico, Oaxaca 6.0 35.0
22[60]  Japan, Ibaraki Prefecture, Honshu 6.0 40.0
22[61][62][63]  Mexico, Jalisco 7.7 25.0 1932 Jalisco earthquakes. The earthquake caused over 400 homes to collapse. A tsunami was generated which caused 75 deaths and 100 injuries. 75 100

July[edit]

July
Strongest magnitude6.8 Mw 3 events
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.916
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[64]  Indonesia, West Papua Province 6.0 35.0
5[65]  Indonesia, off the southwest coast of Sumatra 6.0 80.0
7[66]  Mexico, Gulf of California 6.8 10.0
9[67]  Vanuatu 6.5 120.0
9[68]  Philippines, southeast of Mindanao 6.0 120.0
10[69]  Russia, Sakhalin 6.0 35.0
12[70]  Mexico, Gulf of California 6.7 10.0
14[71]  Papua New Guinea, northeast of New Ireland (island) 6.2 150.0
18[72]  Philippines, southwest of Luzon 6.0 100.0
20[73]  Fiji, south of 6.5 170.0
21[74]  Indonesia, Papua (province) 6.5 35.0
25[75]  Japan, Kyoto Prefecture, Honshu 6.8 360.0
25[76]  Mexico, off the coast of Colima 6.8 20.0 Aftershock.
27[77]  Indonesia, Banda Sea 6.2 60.0
29[78]  Chile, Arica y Parinacota Region 6.0 110.0
29[79]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea 6.5 200.0

August[edit]

August
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw  Myanmar
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.97
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[80]  Indonesia, Molucca Sea 6.5 100.0
4[81]  Russia, off the east coast of Kamchatka 6.2 100.0
11[82]  Indonesia, Java Sea 6.0 600.0
12[83]  United States, Fox Islands (Alaska) 6.6 25.0
14[84][85]  Myanmar, Sagaing Region 7.0 110.0 Some damage was reported.
21[86]  Taiwan, off the east coast 6.5 25.0
22[87] Yellow Sea 6.3 10.0
24[88][89]  Philippines, Luzon 6.2 35.0 VII Some damage was reported.

September[edit]

September
Strongest magnitude6.9 Mw 3 events
Deadliest6.9 Mw  Greece
161 deaths
Total fatalities161
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.913
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[90]  Japan, Volcano Islands 6.5 140.0
3[91]  Japan, off the east coast of Honshu 6.2 25.0
5[92]  Peru, Piura Region 6.0 50.0
8[93]  Mexico, Colima 6.2 35.0
9[94][95]  Indonesia, Seram 6.4 25.0 VII 73 homes were destroyed with many more being damaged.
11[96]  China, Xinjiang Province 6.0 35.0
14[97]  United States, southern Alaska 6.3 50.0
15[98]  Philippines, Sulu Archipelago 6.2 35.0
15[99][100]  New Zealand, Hawke's Bay (region), North Island 6.9 15.0 5 people were injured and some homes were destroyed. 5
23[101] Sea of Japan 6.9 320.0
26[102][103][104]  Greece, Central Macedonia 6.9 10.0 X 161 people were killed in the 1932 Ierissos earthquake. 669 were injured. 4,106 homes were destroyed and a further 3,218 were damaged. A tsunami was reported which destroyed a weir in the area. 161 669
29[105][106]  Greece, Central Macedonia 6.3 10.0 XI Aftershock.
29[107]  Russia, Kuril Islands 6.5 35.0

October[edit]

October
Strongest magnitude6.7 Mw  Nicaragua
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.90
6.0−6.99
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

2[108]  Nicaragua, off the west coast 6.7 30.0
9[109]  Taiwan, east of 6.0 130.0
16[110]  United States, Alaska Peninsula 6.6 25.0
17[111]  Solomon Islands 6.2 100.0
18[112]  Indonesia, Minahassa Peninsula, Sulawesi 6.5 200.0
23[113]  Taiwan, east of 6.2 35.0
25[114]  Russia, east of Sakhalin 6.5 410.0
29[115]  Kyrgyzstan, Osh Region 6.0 35.0
30[116]  United States, south of Alaska 6.3 35.0

November[edit]

November
Strongest magnitude7.0 Mw Sea of Japan
Total fatalities0
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.91
6.0−6.96
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

1[117]  Chile, Antofagasta Region 6.0 100.0
13[118] Sea of Japan 7.0 320.0
17[119]  Mexico, Jalisco 6.2 35.0
18[120]  Indonesia, Celebes Sea 6.5 280.0
22[121]  Indonesia, Barat Daya Islands 6.5 180.0
26[122]  Japan, Hokkaido 6.4 57.5
29[123]  Chile, Valparaiso Region 6.6 35.0

December[edit]

December
Strongest magnitude7.9 Mw  China
Deadliest7.9 Mw  China
275 deaths
Total fatalities275
Number by magnitude
8.0−8.90
7.0−7.92
6.0−6.97
Date Country and location Mw Depth (km) MMI Notes Casualties
Dead Injured

4[124]  Indonesia, Celebes Sea 7.2 15.0
4[125]  Indonesia, Celebes Sea 6.4 15.0 Aftershock.
7[126]  Mexico, off the coast of Colima 6.6 15.0
9[127]  Peru, Ica Region 6.5 75.0
21[128]  United States, western Nevada 6.8 10.0
24[129]  Papua New Guinea, Bismarck Sea 6.6 15.0
25[130][131]  China, Gansu Province 7.9 15.0 X The 1932 Changma earthquake caused 275 deaths and a further 320 injuries. 1,167 homes were destroyed. 275 320
26[132]  Japan, Volcano Islands 6.5 280.0
31[133]  South Africa, off the east coast 6.8 15.0

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