6.2 Magnitude Earthquake in Arabian Sea



There was a 6.2 magnitude earthquake in the Arabian Sea.


It was along the Carlsberg Ridge.


The earthquake was at a depth of 8 km.


It was centered 400.8 km east-southeast of Hadibu, Yemen.


There were no injuries or damage.


The Carlsberg Ridge is the northern section of the Central Indian Ridge, a divergent tectonic plate boundary between the African Plate and the Indo-Australian Plate, traversing the western regions of the Indian Ocean.