Recomendation and Instruction based on Warning Level :
EARTHQUAKE IMPACT INFO
Impact based on the observation data of the accelerometer sensor:
Sub-district impacted area base on accelerometer data:
ACCELEROMETER DATA ANALYSIS
Accelerometer Sensor Distribution:
PGA Max and MMI base on accelerometer data:
:: WHAT TO DO AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE AND TSUNAMI ::
A. If you are inside the building :
Exit the building in an orderly manner;
Do not use elevators or elevators, use regular stairs;
Check if anyone is injured, do first aid;
Call or ask for help in case of serious injury to you or those around you.
B.Check your surroundings
Check in case of fire.
Check for gas leaks.
Check if there is an electric short circuit.
Check water flow and pipes.
Check if there are things that are dangerous (turning off electricity, not starting a fire etc.)
C. Do not enter buildings that have been hit by an earthquake
Because there might still be ruins.
D. Do not walk in the area around the earthquake
The possibility of aftershocks still exists
E. Listening information.
Listen to information about the earthquake from the radio (in case of aftershocks).
Don't be easily provoked by rumors or news that have no clear source.
HISTORY OF SIGNIFICANT EARTHQUAKES AROUND THE EPISENTER
list history of significant earthquakes that have occurred around the epicenter (distance < 250 km)
List of significant earthquakes around the epicenter:
LAST 30 EVENTS
There are the last 30 earthquake events that were disseminated by InaTEWS-BMKG
This cloud base website contains lite and limited information for early warning purposes only, for a full earthquake catalog can be accessed through http://repogempa.bmkg. go.id or contact email bmkg firstname.lastname@example.org to access earthquake waveforms.