Data catalog (Central Himalaya), earthquake magnitude ranges from ML 1 to 5.7 (tested for earthquake frequency-size distributions).

Published: 20 May 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/257pzrpdzd.2
Anil Tiwari


The data 2007 to May 2015 has been reprocessed by me to further minimize the data error. Data 2015 onward, generated and processed my me (Anil Tiwari). I have used this data to delineate the spatio-temporal dependence of seismicity and depth wise also. I got significant changes depth wise and spatially also, which is interpreted as seismogenic asperity zone for future strong to great earthquake in the region. Dataset format (CSV): Column in table are aligned as: Longitude, Latitude, Year, Month, Day, Magnitude, Depth, Hour and Minute



Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology


Seismology, Seismotectonics