M6.5 Earthquake Southern Philippines
A strong, shallow M6.5 earthquake struck the southern Philippines Friday night, 8 miles northwest of the provincial capital of Surigao at a depth of 6 miles. For the latest news about this event, please read the Weather Channel article here.
EigenPrism users can login at prism.eigenrisk.com to access MMI Shakemaps for this event, and assess the estimated impact on their portfolios, as well as run what-if scenarios using our catalog of historical and scenario events in the region. EigenAlert subscribers have received automated notifications for any exposures that may have been impacted.
New – 5 new real time earthquake data feeds – PGA, PGV, PSA0.3, PSA1.0 and PSA3.0 shakemaps – are now in beta release, and are available upon request. Please contact EigenPrism Support if you would like access.