Peru will have a seismic alert system in 2021 that will serve to warn of the imminence of an earthquake.
A 5.1-magnitude earthquake shook the Huánuco region of Peru on Tuesday morning. No damages to people or structures were reported.
In less than 24 hours five earthquakes have been recorded in Peru. The last, of 3.8 magnitude, was recorded this afternoon in the province of Chiclayo, Lambayeque region, with a depth of 72 kilometers, reported the Geophysical Institute of Peru (PGI).
A 5.3-magnitude earthquake was recorded yesterday morning in the Ucayali region in the province Padre Abad, 15 kilometers north of the Curimaná district.
An earthquake of a 5.1 magnitude shook an area of the central Andes of Peru on Tuesday with no victims or material damage reported so far.
This morning, the Costa Verde in Lima suffered a landslide of stones and earth in Magdalena. The mound occupies three lanes of the beach circuit and the National Police has had to close traffic on the road.
An earthquake of 4.5-magnitude on the Richter scale shook the Peruvian capital of Lima early Monday morning, with no casualties or material damage.
The Ubinas volcano, the busiest in Peru and located in the department of Moquegua, recorded 2,295 earthquakes from July 25 to 31, although of magnitudes hardly noticeable to the surrounding inhabitants, reported the Geophysical Institute in the country.
Last Sunday, an 8.0-magnitude earthquake took place in Loreto and has left two deceased so far in Peru, as well as 15 injured and 226 affected families. It has also led to many theories of what would happen if a […]
An earthquake of preliminary magnitude 8.0 shook the north of Peru Sunday morning. We’ve gathered some pictures from Twitter that show some of the material damages that occurred.