Check seos earthquake in the Philippines is still ongoing, but there is a lot of information on the earthquake that we want to share with you.
Read More >On Monday morning, the USGS reported that the Seo Seo-9.2 magnitude earthquake hit the area around the island of Bohol on the Philippines side of the Bathymetry.
The quake hit at 9:22 a.m. local time (9:22 GMT) and was located at a depth of 0.9 kilometers (0.6 miles).
At the time of this writing, the earthquake was still very weak.
The USGS has reported the quake magnitude at 9.2 and said it was located approximately 11 kilometers (8.2 miles) southeast of Bohole.
The Philippine Department of Geology and Geophysics also confirmed the quake and said the quake is considered to be a shallow, shallow earthquake.
The USGS and the Philippine Department said that there are no reports of damage to buildings and no reports from witnesses of any damage.
The earthquake struck at a shallow depth of 4.5 kilometers (2.9 miles).
This depth is about a half-mile below the deepest recorded earthquake recorded in the area.
The SeoSeo-5.9 magnitude quake struck near Bohol in the southern Philippine province of Bataan, and was the strongest to strike the region in recent years.
The quake hit a depth and speed of 3 kilometers (1.5 miles), but the USG reported that it is too early to determine the magnitude of the earthquake.
A 6.3 magnitude quake was recorded in October 2017 in the same area, and a magnitude 7.8 quake struck on March 22, 2018 in the northern part of the same province.
A 5.4 magnitude quake in September 2017 struck at 5 kilometers (3 miles), according to the Philippine Geological Survey.
The earthquake struck near the Bohol City Hall and struck the city’s southern perimeter.
A 7.4-magnitude earthquake hit in the Batao province on May 12, 2018, according to local news reports.
This earthquake was the most powerful earthquake to strike Bohol since March 20, 2018.
The Philippines has a history of earthquakes.
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck in March, 2018 on Bohol, followed by a magnitude 5 quake in June, 2017, which was followed by another magnitude 6.7 quake in July.
In November 2016, a magnitude 8.3 earthquake hit Bohol and a 5.7 magnitude earthquake in May 2017 struck Bohol.
The Philippines recorded a magnitude 6 magnitude earthquake on March 28, 2017.
In 2018, an 8.1 magnitude earthquake struck Bohols southern border town of Campon in northern Bataal province, killing more than 30 people.
The largest earthquake in Bataa was a magnitude 9.1 quake that struck on July 11, 2019, which is also the date of the second quake recorded in Bohol region.