List of earthquakes in Italy

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Earthquakes in Italy (M7.0+)

This is a list of earthquakes in Italy.

Date (YYYY-MM-DD) Time Epicenter Magnitude Fatalities Name
1117-01-03 na North Italy, Alps, Southern Germany na na 1117 Verona earthquake
1169-02-04[1] Sicily X 15,000 1169 Sicily earthquake
1343-11-25 na na Earthquake of 1343
1348-01-25 13:00 Friuli na na 1348 Friuli earthquake
1570-11-17 19:10 Ferrara na 70-200 1570 Ferrara earthquake
1693-01-11[2] 21:00 Sicily and Malta 7.4 60,000 1693 Sicily earthquake
1694-09-08 11:40 Basilicata 6.9 >6,000 1694 Irpinia-Basilicata earthquake
1703-01-14[3] 18:00 Norcia 6.7 6,240-9,761 1703 Apennine earthquakes
1703-01-16[3] 13:30 Montereale 6.2 1703 Apennine earthquakes
1703-02-12[3] 11:05 L'Aquila 6.7 2,500-5,000 1703 Apennine earthquakes
1783-02-04[4] Calabria 7.0 50,000 1783 Calabrian earthquakes
1873-06-29[4] Veneto 6.3 94 1873 Alpago earthquake
1857-12-16[4] 21:00 Montemurro (Basilicata) 7.0 11,000 1857 Basilicata earthquake
1901-10-30[5] 14.59 Salò 5.6 0
1905-09-08[4] 01:43 Calabria 7.1 557 1905 Calabria earthquake
1908-12-28[6][7] 04:20 Messina and Reggio Calabria 7.2 120,000 1908 Messina earthquake
1915-01-13[8][9] 06:52 Avezzano 7.0 32,610 1915 Avezzano earthquake
1917-04-26 09:35 Northern Umbria 5.8 20
1920-09-07[4] 05:55 Garfagnana 6.4 171 1920 Garfagnana earthquake
1930-07-23[4] 00:08 Irpinia 6.7 1,400 1930 Irpinia earthquake
1930-10-30 07:13 Senigallia, Marche 5.9 18 1930 Senigallia earthquake
1936-10-18 03:10 Bosco Cansiglio, Veneto 5.9 19 1936 Cansiglio earthquake
1943-10-03 08:28 Offida, Marche 5.8 na
1962-08-21 18:19 Irpinia, Campania 6.2 17
1963-07-19 05:45 Ligurian Sea 6.0 0
1963-08-09 07:05 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 5.3 0
1964-08-02 11:40 Umbria, Norcia 5.3 0
1967-10-31 22:08 Sicily, Nebrodi 5.5 0
1967-12-30 05:19 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 5.4 0
1968-01-15[6] 02:01 Belice Valley, Western Sicily 6.4 370 1968 Belice earthquake
1968-06-18 06:27 Aosta Valley 5.2 0
1969-08-11 13:55 Umbria: Lake Trasimeno-Perugia 5.1 0
1971-02-06[6] 18:09 Lazio 4.9 31
1971-07-15 01:33 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.6 (2 indirect)
1971-10-04 17:43 Umbria, Norcia 5.0 0
1972-02-04 03:42 Marche, Ancona 5.1 0
1972-06-14 20:56 Marche, Ancona 5.4 0
1972-11-26 17:03 Southern Marche 5.4 0
1975-01-16 01:10 Strait of Messina 5.4 (2 indirect)
1975-06-19 12:11 Apulia 5.3 0
1976-05-06[10][11] 21:06 Friuli 6.5 989 1976 Friuli earthquake
1976-09-11 18:31/18:40 Friuli 5.8/5.6 (aftershocks) 2 (indirect)
1976-09-15 05:15/11:30 Friuli 5.9/6.0 (aftershocks) 8 (+3 indirect)
1976-12-13 06:24 Trentino, Riva del Garda 5.0 0
1978-03-11 20:20 Southern Calabria 5.4 0
1978-04-15 23:33 Gulf of Patti, Sicily 6.1 0
1979-09-19 23:20 Umbria, Norcia 5.9 5
1980-11-23[12][13][14] 18:35 Campania (Irpinia) and Basilicata 6.9 2,914 1980 Irpinia earthquake
1982-03-21 10:44 Basilicata, Maratea 5.2 0
1983-11-09 22:43 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.1 0
1984-04-29 07:02 Umbria, Gubbio 5.5 0
1984-05-07 19:53 Abruzzo, Lazio 5.9 0
1987-05-02 22:43 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia 5.1 0
1987-07-03 12:21 Marche, Porto San Giorgio sty 5.1 0
1988-04-13 23:28 Basilicata-Calabria, Pollino 5.0 0
1988-04-26 02:53 Adriatic Sea, offshore Apulia 5.4 0
1989-09-13 23:53 Trentino-Veneto, Pasubio Mountains 5.0 0
1990-05-05 09:21 Basilicata, Campania 5.8 1 (+2 indirect )
1990-12-13 01:24 Sicily, Augusta 5.7 17
1991-05-26 14:26 Basilicata, Potenza 5.2 0
1991-11-20 02:54 Lombardy, Sondrio 5.1 0
1993-06-05 21:16 Umbria, Gualdo Tadino 4.9 0
1995-05-29 08:52 Sicily, Trapani 4.7 0
1995-09-30 11:14 Apulia, Gargano 5.2 0
1995-10-10 07:53 Tuscan, Lunigiana 5.0 0
1996-04-03 15:04 Campania, Irpinia 4.9 0
1996-04-27 02:38 Calabria, Cosenza 4.8 0
1996-10-15 11:56 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia 5.4 (2 indirect)
1997-05-12 15:50 Umbria, Massa Martana 4.8
1997-09-26 02:33 Umbria, Foligno 5.7 2
1997-09-26[15][16] 11:40 Umbria and Marche 6.1 9 1997 Umbria and Marche earthquake
1998-09-09[4] 11:27 Basilicata and Calabria 5.7 1
1998-09-14 07:24 Tyrrhenian Sea 5.0 0
2000-05-10 18:52 Emilia Romagna, Faenza 4.7 0
2000-08-21 19:14 Piedmont, Alessandria 4.9 0
2001-07-17 17:06 Trentino-Alto Adige 5.4 (4 indirect)
2001-11-26 01:56 Tuscany, Arezzo 4.7 0
2002-02-14 04:18 Friuli Venezia Giulia 4.9 0
2002-04-18 08:42 Calabria, 2 miles offshore Corigliano Calabro 4.8 0
2002-09-06[4] 03:21 Sicily38°22′23″N 13°42′58″E / 38.373°N 13.716°E / 38.373; 13.716 6.0 (2 indirect)
2002-10-29 11:02 Sicily, Mount Etna 4.5 0
2002-10-31,[17][18] 10:33 Molise41°43′41″N 14°53′35″E / 41.728°N 14.893°E / 41.728; 14.893,
41°43′16″N 14°57′36″E / 41.721°N 14.960°E / 41.721; 14.960
5.9 30 2002 Molise earthquake
2002-11-01 16:09 Molise 5.7 (aftershock) 0
2003-01-26 20:57 Emilia-Romagna, Forlì 4.7 0
2003-04-11 11:27 Piedmont, Alessandria 4.8 0
2003-09-11 23:42 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna 5.0 0
2004-11-24 23:59 Lombardy, Salò 5.2 0
2005-07-15 17:17 Romagna 4.6 0
2005-08-22 14:05 5 miles offshore Rome 4.5 0
2005-12-15 14:28 Umbria, Campello sul Clitunno 4.6 0
2006-02-27 05:34 Sicily, Peloritani 4.5 (1 indirect)
2006-05-29 04:20 Apulia, Gargano 4.9 0
2006-10-26 16:28 Sicily, Stromboli 5.7 0
2008-12-23 16:25 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.2 0 2008 Parma earthquake
2009-04-05 22:20 Romagna 4.6 0
2009-04-06[19] 03:32 L'Aquila42°25′23″N 13°23′42″E / 42.423°N 13.395°E / 42.423; 13.395 6.3 308[20] 2009 L'Aquila earthquake
2009-09-20 05:50 Marche, Montefano 4.6 0
2009-12-19 10:01 Sicily, Mount Etna 4.6 0
2010-08-16 14:54 Sicily, Aeolian Islands 4.5 0
2011-07-17 20:30 Veneto, Rovigo 4.7 Ml, 4.9 Mw 0
2011-07-25 14:31 Piedmont 4.3 Ml, 4.8 Mw 0
2012-01-25 00:54 Veneto, Verona 4.2 0
2012-01-25 09:06 Reggio Emilia 4.9 Ml, 5.1 Mw 0
2012-01-27[21] 15:53 Emilia-Romagna 44°31′01″N 9°53′31″E / 44.517°N 9.892°E / 44.517; 9.892 5.4 0
2012-04-13[22][23] 08:21 Sicily38°13′59″N 13°19′44″E / 38.233°N 13.329°E / 38.233; 13.329 4.7 0
2012-05-20[24] 04:03 Emilia Romagna 44°48′00″N 11°11′31″E / 44.800°N 11.192°E / 44.800; 11.192 6.0 5 (+2 indirect) 2012 Emilia earthquakes
2012-05-28[25] 03:06 Castrovillari, Cosenza 39°51′32″N 16°07′05″E / 39.859°N 16.118°E / 39.859; 16.118 4.3 0
2012-05-29 09:00 Medolla 44°51′00″N 11°04′00″E / 44.85°N 11.066667°E / 44.85; 11.066667 5.8 20 2012 Emilia earthquakes
2012-06-06[26] 06:08 offshore Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 4.5 0 2012 Emilia earthquakes
2012-06-09[27] 04:04 Barcis, Friuli 4.5 0
2012-07-04 13:12 Ionian Sea 4.7 0
2012-08-29 01:12 Strait of Messina 4.6 0
2012-10-03 16:41 Emilia-Romagna, Piacenza 4.5 0
2012-10-26[28] 01:05 Pollino, Calabria 5.2 (1 indirect)
2013-01-04 08:50 Sicily, Nebrodi 4.3 0
2013-01-25 15:50 Garfagnana (Emilia-Romagna-Toscana) 4.9 0
2013-02-16 22:16 Province of Frosinone (Latium) 4.8 (1 indirect)
2013-06-21 12:34 Lunigiana Toscana-Emilia Romagna 5.2 0
2013-06-30 16:40 Casola in Lunigiana, Lunigiana 4.9 0
2013-07-21 03:32 offshore Ancona, Marche 4.9 0
2013-12-29 18:08 Caserta, Campania 4.9 0

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Guidoboni, E. & Traina, G. 1996. Earthquakes in medieval Sicily – a historical revision (7th-13th century). Annali di Geofisica, 39, 1201-1225." (PDF). Retrieved 2012-05-21. 
  2. ^ USGS: "1693 01 11 - Sicily, Italy - M 7.5 Fatalities 60,000"
  3. ^ a b c "Galli, P., Galadini, F. & Calzoni, F. 2005. Surface faulting in Norcia (central Italy): a "paleoseismological perspective", Tectonophysics, 403, 117-130". Sciencedirect.com. Retrieved 2012-05-21. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h USGS
  5. ^ "INGV: Terremoto di Salò del 1901". Legacy.ingv.it. Retrieved 2012-05-21. 
  6. ^ a b c ANSA: Messina, Reggio Calabria, 7.2 magnitude; 120,000 killed
  7. ^ USGS has 7.2 and 70,000 killed
  8. ^ USGS has 7.0 and 32610 killed
  9. ^ ANSA has 6.8 magnitude; 33,000 killed
  10. ^ USGS has 6.5 and 1000 killed
  11. ^ ANSA has 6.2 and 976 killed
  12. ^ "Download - Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani" (in Italian). "2413 DI 1980 11 23 18 34 52 Irpinia-Basilicata CFTI 1319 100 100 40.850 15.280 A 6.89 0.04 6.89 0.04 6.89 0.04 927 G 553 1587 2413" 
  13. ^ ANSA has 6.2 and 2,570 killed
  14. ^ USGS has 6.5 3,000 killed
  15. ^ ANSA has 6.1
  16. ^ USGS has 6.4
  17. ^ ANSA has 5.6 and 28 killed
  18. ^ USGS has 5.9 and 29 killed
  19. ^ "Magnitude 6.3 - CENTRAL ITALY 2009 April 06 01:32:42 UTC". USGS. 2009-04-06. Retrieved 2009-04-06. 
  20. ^ Hooper, John (28 April 2009). "Pope visits Italian village hit hardest by earthquake". The Guardian (London). 
  21. ^ "Magnitude 5.3 - NORTHERN ITALY 2012 January 27 14:53:06 UTC". USGS. 2012-01-27. Retrieved 2012-01-27. 
  22. ^ ANSA has 4.2 and 0 killed
  23. ^ USGS has 4.7 and 0 killed
  24. ^ "Terremoto, scossa di magnitudo 5.9 Epicentro a 36 km a nord di Bologna". Corriere della sera. 20 May 2012. Retrieved 20 May 2012. 
  25. ^ "La terra trema due volte fra Calabria e Basilicata". Repubblica. 28 May 2012. Retrieved 28 May 2012. 
  26. ^ ANSA (6 June 2012). "Scossa al largo di Ravenna generata da nuova faglia". Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata. Retrieved 2012-06-06. 
  27. ^ Corriere della Sera (9 June 2012). "Terremoto nel Nord Est, scossa di 4.5 Richter". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 2012-06-09. 
  28. ^ La Repubblica (26 October 2012). "Scossa di magnitudo 5 nell'area del Pollino". La Repubblica. 

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