According to the official measurement of China Earthquake Network, an earthquake of magnitude 5.8 occurred in Shuanghu County, Naqu City, Tibet at 21:53 on November 30, with a focal depth of 10 kilometers and an epicenter at 31.76 degrees north latitude and 87.94 degrees east longitude.

The average elevation within 5 kilometers of the epicenter is about 4,554 meters.

According to the China Earthquake Network Express Catalogue, a total of 65 earthquakes of magnitude 3 or above occurred within 200 kilometers of the epicenter in the past five years. The largest earthquake was the magnitude 6.6 earthquake (distance The epicenter is 191 kilometers), and the distribution of the first 50 historical earthquakes according to magnitude is shown in the figure.

The villages within 5 kilometers of the earthquake are Ahuni Valumba, and the townships within 20 kilometers are the town of Tsozheloma.

The epicenter was 67 kilometers away from Nyima County, 118 kilometers away from Shenzha County, 180 kilometers away from Shuanghu County, 201 kilometers away from Bangor County, 257 kilometers away from Nanmulin County, 292 kilometers away from Xigaze City, and 385 kilometers away from Lhasa City.


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