On 23 June, 2020, a magnitude 7.4 subduction earthquake struck western Mexico and let the earthquake early warning sirens sound in the capital. Reportedly, ten people lost their lives and thousands of houses were damaged in Oaxaca. Our colleagues Magda Velázquez-Bucio, Sabina Porfido, and Alessandro Michetti have put together a report on the Earthquake Environmental Effects of this event in English and Spanish:
The report includes data on structural damage, landslides, rock falls, ground cracks, and the small tsunami that was observed. Such data are used as input values for determining the Environmental Seismic Intensity of earthquakes using the ESI2007 scale developed under the umbrella of INQUA. Thanks Magda et al. for making this available!