Most recent seismic events in the Euro-Mediterranean area
  Caution: These locations are automatic and have not been confirmed by a seismologist.

date UT time latitude,
longitude
location magnitude
12/12/201700:21:4345.5,6.48 km SSE of Aiguebelle (Savoie)
ML=2.6
11/12/201723:56:4647.3,6.93 km ENE of Saint-Hippolyte (Doubs)
ML=2.5
11/12/201711:05:2959.3,33.7155 km NE of Novgorod (Russia)
MB=5.0
10/12/201706:36:4844.2,3.47 km NW of Meyrueis (Lozere)
ML=2.9
09/12/201722:56:4043,0.46 km NNE of Arreau (Hautes-Pyrenees)
ML=2.3
09/12/201715:06:0545.2,6.64 km NW of Fourneaux (Savoie)
ML=2.5
09/12/201706:21:0234.8,13186 km SW of Valletta (Malta)
MB=5.0
08/12/201722:30:2944.8,7.835 km SSE of Turin (Italy)
ML=3.4
08/12/201705:20:3135.4,28.1266 km E of Iraclion (Greece)
MB=4.6
07/12/201717:42:4251.8,16.571 km ESE of Zielona Gora (Poland)
MB=5.6
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N.B. : only events occuring since publication of the latest seismic bulletin (France), containing recorded events confirmed and archived by our seismologists, are shown here.

Significant earthquakes in France and border regions were the subject of a seismic alert.

When an event is detected by several Euro-Mediterranean seismic networks, it appears on a list compiled by the EMSC.