This earthquake is uncertain. Daly et al. (2019) discovered significant historic relocation of settlements in Northern Sumatra based on archeological data. They conclude that a tsunami significantly affected the coast.
Since there is no further evidence on this earthquake, it is estimated to be much smaller than the 2004 Sumatra-Andaman tsunami.
|950s||10th Century Sumatra-Andaman Paleo-Earthquake||Sumatra-Andaman||9||D|
|1394s||1394 Sumatra Earthquake||Sumatra-Andaman||8.3||D|
|1400s||15th Century Sumatra-Andaman Paleo-Earthquake||Sumatra-Andaman||9||D|
|1679s||1679 Andaman Earthquake||Sumatra-Andaman||8||D|
|1907 Jan 04th, 05:19||1907 Sumatra Earthquake||Sumatra-Andaman||8.3||B|
|Preferred Magnitude||8.30 (8.00-8.50)|
|Quality of Evidence||D|
|2019||Daly et al. (2019)||8.3 (8-8.5)|
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