Earthquake in Mexico

Vertical displacement as a result of the earthquake.
Mar, 23/06/2020

An earthquake of 7.4 M occurred in southern Oaxaca State (Mexico) on 23 June as the result of reverse faulting on or near the plate boundary between the Cocos and North American plates. National authorities report that the number of fatalities has increased to 10. At least 5 people were injured, and damage was reported to 5,082 houses, 82 schools, 15 health centers, and 3 hospitals. The earthquake affected about 117 municipalities across Oaxaca, and damaged several public infrastructure, including 16 highway sections, 5 bridges, one wastewater treatment center.

National authorities continue to carry out damage assessment operations, while food and relief kits have been distributed to the affected population.

UN-SPIDER and the Autonomous University of Mexico State (UAEM) is supporting authorities in Mexico by providing earthquake deformation maps and other information products based on space-derived information. It is also listing products developed by other organizations in the table below.

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UN-SPIDER/UAEM Maps: Potential landslides. Maps generated with TerraSAR-X high resolution satellite images made available through the MoU between UNOOSA and Airbus Defence and Space. Link
UAEM, Airbus, UN-SPIDER KMZ layer: Potential landslides. Layer generated with TerraSAR-X high resolution satellite images made available through the MoU between UNOOSA and Airbus Defence and Space. The file can be opened in Google Earth Pro. Link
UAEM KMZ layer: Vertical displacement triggered by the earthquake. The file can be opened in Google Earth Pro. Link
UAEM KMZ layer: Change detection following the earthquake. The file can be opened in Google Earth Pro. Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in San José de Gracia in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in San Agustin Loxicha in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in the north of San Pedro Pochutla in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in the south of San Pedro Pochutla in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in Miahuatlán de Porfirio Díaz in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link
UN-SPIDER Map: Possibly damaged infrastructure in Crucecita in the Mexican state of Oaxaca Link

Grupo de Trabajo del Servicio Sismológico Nacional, UNAM

Reporte Especial:  Sismo del 23 de Junio de 2020, Costa de Oaxaca (M 7.4). Por SSN, UNAM.

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DG ECHO Situational information: Mexico - Earthquake update (DG ECHO, Government of Oaxaca, SMN) (ECHO Daily Flash of 25 June 2020) Link
DG ECHO Map: Daily Map, 24 June 2020 | Mexico, 7.4M Earthquake of 23 June Link
WFP Map: Earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico. 9 km W of El Coyul. Magnitude: 7.7 Depth: 33.0
 
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NASA Map: Mexico Earthquake June 2020 Link
USGS Situational information and maps: June 23, 2020 Oaxaca, Mexico Earthquake Link
GDACS Situational information and maps: M 7.4 in Mexico on 23 Jun 2020 15:29 UTC Link
SARVIEWS Hazards Pre- and post-event interferograms formed from SAR acquisitions Link
geObservatory Pre- and post-event interferograms formed from SAR acquisitions Link
UNAVCO GNSS data: Data Event Response to the June 23, 2020 M 7.4 Earthquake 12 km SSW of Santa María Zapotitlán, Mexico

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UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Region de los Guajes, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Andreas Lovene, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Andreas Mixtepec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Dionisio Ocotepec y San Baltazar Guelavila, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Dionisio Ocotepec y San Pedro Totolapa, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Felipe Guilia, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Francisco Ozolopetec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Jose Lachiguri, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Juan Guivini, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Juan Mixtepec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Juan Ozolopetec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Lorenzo Mixtepec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Marcial, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Miguel del Valle, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Miguel del Valle, Villa Diaz Ordaz y Santa Ana, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pablo Guia, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pablo Villa, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pablo Villa Mittla, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pedro Martir, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pedro Totolapa, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pedro Totolapa 2, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: San Pedro Totolapa, zona sureste, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Santa Caterina, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Santa Maria Ozolopetec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM  Mapa: Santo Domingo Ozolopetec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Santo Domingo Santa Maria, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Teitipac, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link
UN-SPIDER/UAEM Mapa: Zona, Ozolopec, posibles daños a vias de acceso por el sismo Link

 

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