StEER Report: Oaxaca, Mexico Earthquake

June 30, 2020

StEER logoThe Structural Extreme Events Reconnaissance (StEER) Network has issued a Preliminary Virtual Reconnaissance Report (PVRR) summarizing its findings on the impacts of the 23 June 2020 Mw 7.4 earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico. The purpose of this report is to provide a summary of the characteristics of this event, the seismicity of the region, and a brief description of the main effects of the earthquake collected from publicly available information.

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Released: June 30, 2020

Lead Author: Eduardo Miranda, Stanford University

Co-Authors (in alphabetical order): 

Andres Acosta, Stanford University
Jorge Archbold, UC Berkeley
Carlos Arteta, Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Julian Carrillo, Universidad Militar Nva Granada, Colombia
Héctor Dávalos, Universidad Panamericana, Mexico
Selim Gunay, UC Berkeley
Mariantonieta Gutiérrez Soto, University of Kentucky
Wael Hassan, University of Alaska
Pablo Heresi, Universidad Federico Santa María, Chile
Armando Messina, Stanford University
Sebastian Miranda, PUC, Chile
César Pájaro, Universidad del Norte, Colombia
Alan Poulos, Stanford University
Ian Robertson, University of Hawaii
Jorge Ruiz-García, Universidad Michoacana, Mexico
Giulia Scagliotti, Stanford University