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PRIMER ON THE 15 October 2013 Magnitude 7.2 BOHOL EARTHQUAKE Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology – Department of Science and Technology Wednesday, 16 October 2013
Wednesday, 16 October 2013 13:16

What happened at Bohol?

At 8:12 AM on 15 October 2013, Tuesday, a destructive earthquake of magnitude 7.2 shook the island of Bohol and nearby provinces. Smaller-magnitude earthquakes followed afterwards, and as of 1:00 pm, 16 October 2013, 885 earthquakes have been recorded by the PHIVOLCS seismic monitoring network. At least 15 events were reportedly felt in the epicentral area. The main shock and succeeding aftershocks were located in the vicinity of Bohol. These recorded events were shallow, with a depth of at most 32 kilometers. Based on spatial distribution of succeeding events and characteristics of the earthquake, the event is tectonic in origin.

Based on preliminary intensity reports, the strongest ground shaking at PEIS VII was felt at Tagbilaran City and several cities in the province of Cebu. Neighboring island provinces of Cebu, Negros Occidental, Negros Oriental, Camiguin, Panay, Leyte, and several areas in northeastern Mindanao felt the earthquake at varying intensities of PEIS I-VI.

Moderate-magnitude (M5 to 6.9) earthquakes have also affected Bohol Island in the past!

On 08 February 1990, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake occurred at Bohol generated by an offshore reverse fault east of the island. Sixteen municipalities felt the strongest intensity of ground shaking at PEIS VIII. There were reports of severe property damages, numerous casualties, hundreds injured, and several thousands homeless. The towns of Jagna, Duero, Guindulman, Garcia Hernandez, and Valencia experienced tsunami inundation.

Why do earthquakes occur in Bohol?

Bohol Island is one of the seismically active areas in the country. Instrumental monitoring of earthquakes for the past century has detected many small to moderate-magnitude earthquakes in Bohol Island. There is at least one known earthquake generator on the island, the East Bohol Fault. In addition, there are other local faults which can be sources of small to large magnitude earthquakes. Earthquakes can also occur offshore or undersea because of local offshore faults near the island or trenches in the vicinity of the region.

Can these present earthquakes indicate volcanic activity?

No. There are no volcanoes in Bohol Island.

What can we expect from the current earthquake activity?

The current seismic trend indicates that the magnitude 7.2 earthquake on 15 October 2013 is the main shock, and the succeeding small magnitude earthquakes are the aftershocks. Aftershocks are expected, some of which will be felt. These may continue for weeks to months, but diminishing in number and strength as time passes. In this case, a higher magnitude earthquake related to this event is no longer expected to occur.

What can we expect after a large-magnitude/high-intensity earthquake like this?

People are reminded to be cautious of structures visibly weakened or with signs of damage by the 15 October 2013 earthquake, as these may be further damaged by succeeding earthquakes. Strong ground shaking may cause extensive damage to or even the collapse of houses, buildings, bridges, and other infrastructures. Collapsed structures usually account for most of the casualties during a strong earthquake. Falling objects may also cause injuries.

What should we do?

Report from the field mentioned several building, houses and other infrastructures that sustained minor to major damages. In case of houses with visible damage, it is best to contact the Municipal Engineering Office for advice. Engineers from the municipal government and other authorities should inspect buildings and other infrastructures to determine their integrity and recommend appropriate action to concerned affected groups or individuals. Check for tension cracks on the ground that may have resulted by the strong ground shaking. These areas can initiate landslides during intense rainfall.

The best course of action is preparedness. In case of another felt earthquake, it is recommended that people protect themselves by doing the “duck, cover and hold”. In homes and offices, heavy furniture should be strapped to the walls and appliances be secured to prevent them from toppling and causing injuries to persons.

Aside from strong ground shaking, what other seismic hazards are life-threatening?

Landslides, rock falls, and other types of mass movement may occur in mountainous or hilly areas. Liquefaction, manifested by sandboils or lateral spreading may affect low-lying, water-saturated, sandy areas near the coast or at the banks of rivers. In general, since the destructive earthquake occurred inland, no tsunami was generated.

What is the role of PHIVOLCS?

PHIVOLCS operates and maintains a network of 69 seismic stations spread across the Philippines. Twenty five of these – the manned seismic stations of Tagbilaran City, Palo, Leyte, Lapu-Lapu City, Camiguin, San Jose De Buenavista, Roxas City, Capiz, Kalibo, Aklan, Sibulan, Negros Oriental, Surigao City, Cagayan de Oro City and Dipolog City as well as unmanned stations of Maasin, So. Leyte, Ormoc City, Butuan City, Borongan, Eastern Samar, Guimaras and Ipil are located in or around Bohol. Data from the seismic stations are used to determine the location, magnitude and other characteristics of the earthquakes generated.

Aside from monitoring the occurrences of earthquakes, PHIVOLCS also conducts hazards analyses and assessments, and make the information available to the public.

PHIVOLCS works hand-in-hand with other government agencies in mitigating the damaging effects of earthquakes. Please visit our website at for earthquake information, volcano updates, and education materials on earthquakes and volcanoes. Earthquake observations may also be reported to PHIVOLCS at telephone numbers (02) 929-9254 and (02) 426-1468 to 79, local 124 and 125.

REDAS Training for Cavite
Friday, 11 October 2013 10:15

A REDAS training, entitled “Mainstreaming DRR into local development planning process through the provision and use of the REDAS software”, was conducted by PHIVOLCS for the province of Cavite last September 30 to October 05, 2013 at Subic Holiday Villas, Olongapo City. This is the second training batch for the province after the first one was held in 2009 under the READY Project.  A total of 57 participants from Provincial Government Office, municipalities and cities of Cavite province, guest LGUs (Olongapo and Laguna), guest agencies (MMDA, HLURB-STR, and OCD-NDRRMS) and one church group (Quiapo Church) attended the training. A total of 52 license keys was issued at the training. This training is being suppported by the GMMA-READY project.

Photo below shows a collage of pictures during the Cavite REDAS training:

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Friday, 11 October 2013 00:53

PHIVOLCS Conducts REDAS Trainings for Aklan and Biliran provinces this June and July 2013
Monday, 05 August 2013 00:12
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PHIVOLCS conducted REDAS trainings for the provinces of Aklan and Biliran for the period June and July 22-27,2023, respectively.  The Aklan training was held at Casa Pilar Beach Resort, Malay, Aklan while the  Biliran batch was held at Agta Beach resort, Almeria, Biliran.  A total of 64 participants attended the Aklan batch and 57 license keys were issued. Participants came from the Antique municipalities of Numancia, Malinao, Madalag, Nabas, Balete, Batan, Malay, Kalibo (capital), Altavas, Ibajay, Lezo, Banga,Tangalan, New Washington, Buruanga and Libacao. There were also participants from the provincial offices of Assessors, AKENRO, PGO, PPDO, PEO, PDRRMO. Guest LGUs from Batangas City, Jose Panganiban (Camarines Norte) and Lubang (Mindoro Occidental) also attended.  For Biliran, a total of 45 participants attended from the Biliran municipalities of Almeria, Naval, Kawayan, Cabucgayan, Naval (capital) and Culaba as well as guest LGUs from Mulanay (Quezon), Sebaste (Antique) and Capoocan (Leyte).  There were also participants from regional offices of OCD, DILG, NEDA, DOST as well as from provincial offices of DPWH, PEPDMO, PIO, PPDO, OPAS, DepED, PSWDO and Biliran Provincial Hospital.  A total of 48 license keys were issued. PHIVOLCS is advocating the use of REDAS as a tool for mainstreaming disaster risk reduction into the local development planning process.  The curriculum taught the two batches included Seismic Hazard Assessment, relational database using SQLite, putting spatial component in the database using Spatialite, use of Quantum GIS and exposure database building.


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