List of earthquakes in Italy

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Earthquakes in Italy (M7.0+)

This is a list of earthquakes in Italy.

Date Time Epicenter Magnitude Fatalities Name
January 3, 1117 North Italy, Alps, Southern Germany 1117 Verona earthquake
February 4, 1169[1] Sicily X 15,000 1169 Sicily earthquake
November 25, 1343 Earthquake of 1343
January 25, 1348 13:00 Friuli 1348 Friuli earthquake
March 26, 1511 Friuli 7.0 10,000
November 17, 1570 19:10 Ferrara 70-200 1570 Ferrara earthquake
July 30, 1627 Apulia 4,000
March 27, 1638 Calabria 7.0 10,000
March 26, 1638 Crotone 6.6 1,000
July 23, 1654 Sorano, Marsica 3,000
November 6, 1659 Calabria 2,000
June 5, 1688 Sannio 7.0 2,115
January 11, 1693[2] 21:00 Sicily and Malta 7.4 60,000 1693 Sicily earthquake
September 8, 1694 11:40 Basilicata 6.9 >6,000 1694 Irpinia-Basilicata earthquake
January 14, 1703[3] 18:00 Norcia 6.7 6,240-9,761 1703 Apennine earthquakes
January 16, 1703[3] 13:30 Montereale 6.2 1703 Apennine earthquakes
February 12, 1703[3] 11:05 L'Aquila 6.7 2,500-5,000 1703 Apennine earthquakes
October 6, 1762[4] 19:15 L'Aquila 6.0 (est)
February 4, 1783[5] Calabria 7.0 50,000 1783 Calabrian earthquakes
July 26, 1805 22:00 Campania, Molise 6.6 5,573(official) 1805 Molise earthquake
December 16, 1857[5] 21:00 Montemurro (Basilicata) 7.0 11,000 1857 Basilicata earthquake
June 29, 1873[5] Veneto 6.3 94 1873 Alpago earthquake
October 30, 1901[6] 14.59 Salò 5.6 0
September 8, 1905[5] 01:43 Calabria 7.1 557 1905 Calabria earthquake
December 28, 1908[7][8] 04:20 Messina and Reggio Calabria 7.2 120,000 1908 Messina earthquake
January 13, 1915[9][10] 06:52 Avezzano 7.0 32,610 1915 Avezzano earthquake
April 26, 1917 09:35 Northern Umbria 5.8 20
September 7, 1920[5] 05:55 Garfagnana 6.4 171 1920 Garfagnana earthquake
July 23, 1930[5] 00:08 Irpinia 6.7 1,400 1930 Irpinia earthquake
October 30, 1930 07:13 Senigallia, Marche 5.9 18 1930 Senigallia earthquake
October 18, 1936 03:10 Bosco Cansiglio, Veneto 5.9 19 1936 Cansiglio earthquake
October 3, 1943 08:28 Offida, Marche 5.8
August 21, 1962 18:19 Irpinia, Campania 6.2 17
July 19, 1963 05:45 Ligurian Sea 6.0 0
August 9, 1963 07:05 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 5.3 0
August 2, 1964 11:40 Umbria, Norcia 5.3 0
October 31, 1967 22:08 Sicily, Nebrodi 5.5 0
December 30, 1967 05:19 Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 5.4 0
January 15, 1968[7] 02:01 Belice Valley, Western Sicily 6.4 370 1968 Belice earthquake
June 18, 1968 06:27 Aosta Valley 5.2 0
August 11, 1969 13:55 Umbria: Lake Trasimeno-Perugia 5.1 0
February 6, 1971[7] 18:09 Lazio 4.9 31
July 15, 1971 01:33 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.6 (2 indirect)
October 4, 1971 17:43 Umbria, Norcia 5.0 0
February 4, 1972 03:42 Marche, Ancona 5.1 0
June 14, 1972 20:56 Marche, Ancona 5.4 0
November 26, 1972 17:03 Southern Marche 5.4 0
January 16, 1975 01:10 Strait of Messina 5.4 (2 indirect)
June 19, 1975 12:11 Apulia 5.3 0
May 6, 1976[11][12] 21:06 Friuli 6.5 989 1976 Friuli earthquake
September 11, 1976 18:31/18:40 Friuli 5.8/5.6 (aftershocks) 2 (indirect)
September 15, 1976 05:15/11:30 Friuli 5.9/6.0 (aftershocks) 8 (+3 indirect)
December 13, 1976 06:24 Trentino, Riva del Garda 5.0 0
March 11, 1978 20:20 Southern Calabria 5.4 0
April 15, 1978 23:33 Gulf of Patti, Sicily 6.1 0
September 19, 1979 23:20 Umbria, Norcia 5.9 5
November 23, 1980[13][14][15] 18:35 Campania (Irpinia) and Basilicata 6.9 2,914 1980 Irpinia earthquake
March 21, 1982 10:44 Basilicata, Maratea 5.2 0
November 9, 1983 22:43 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.1 0
April 29, 1984 07:02 Umbria, Gubbio 5.5 0
May 7, 1984 19:53 Abruzzo, Lazio 5.9 0
May 2, 1987 22:43 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia 5.1 0
July 3, 1987 12:21 Marche, Porto San Giorgio sty 5.1 0
April 13, 1988 23:28 Basilicata-Calabria, Pollino 5.0 0
April 26, 1988 02:53 Adriatic Sea, off coast of Apulia 5.4 0
September 13, 1989 23:53 Trentino-Veneto, Pasubio Mountains 5.0 0
May 5, 1990 09:21 Basilicata, Campania 5.8 1 (+2 indirect )
December 13, 1990 01:24 Sicily, Augusta 5.7 17
May 26, 1991 14:26 Basilicata, Potenza 5.2 0
November 20, 1991 02:54 Lombardy, Sondrio 5.1 0
June 5, 1993 21:16 Umbria, Gualdo Tadino 4.9 0
May 29, 1995 08:52 Sicily, Trapani 4.7 0
September 30, 1995 11:14 Apulia, Gargano 5.2 0
October 10, 1995 07:53 Tuscan, Lunigiana 5.0 0
April 3, 1996 15:04 Campania, Irpinia 4.9 0
April 27, 1996 02:38 Calabria, Cosenza 4.8 0
October 15, 1996 11:56 Emilia-Romagna, Reggio Emilia 5.4 (2 indirect)
May 12, 1997 15:50 Umbria, Massa Martana 4.8
September 26, 1997 02:33 Umbria, Foligno 5.7 2
September 26, 1997[16][17] 11:40 Umbria and Marche 6.1 9 1997 Umbria and Marche earthquake
September 9, 1998[5] 11:27 Basilicata and Calabria 5.7 1
September 14, 1998 07:24 Tyrrhenian Sea 5.0 0
May 10, 2000 18:52 Emilia Romagna, Faenza 4.7 0
August 21, 2000 19:14 Piedmont, Alessandria 4.9 0
July 17, 2001 17:06 Trentino-Alto Adige 5.4 (4 indirect)
November 26, 2001 01:56 Tuscany, Arezzo 4.7 0
February 14, 2002 04:18 Friuli Venezia Giulia 4.9 0
April 18, 2002 08:42 Calabria, 2 miles offshore Corigliano Calabro 4.8 0
September 6, 2002[5] 03:21 Sicily38°22′23″N 13°42′58″E / 38.373°N 13.716°E / 38.373; 13.716 6.0 (2 indirect)
October 29, 2002 11:02 Sicily, Mount Etna 4.5 0
October 31, 2002,[18][19] 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
November 1, 2002 16:09 Molise 5.7 (aftershock) 0
January 26, 2003 20:57 Emilia-Romagna, Forlì 4.7 0
April 11, 2003 11:27 Piedmont, Alessandria 4.8 0
September 11, 2003 23:42 Emilia-Romagna, Bologna 5.0 0
November 24, 2004 23:59 Lombardy, Salò 5.2 0
July 15, 2005 17:17 Romagna 4.6 0
August 22, 2005 14:05 5 miles offshore Rome 4.5 0
December 15, 2005 14:28 Umbria, Campello sul Clitunno 4.6 0
February 27, 2006 05:34 Sicily, Peloritani 4.5 (1 indirect)
May 29, 2006 04:20 Apulia, Gargano 4.9 0
October 26, 2006 16:28 Sicily, Stromboli 5.7 0
December 23, 2008 16:25 Emilia-Romagna, Parma 5.2 0 2008 Parma earthquake
April 5, 2009 22:20 Romagna 4.6 0
April 6, 2009[20] 03:32 L'Aquila42°25′23″N 13°23′42″E / 42.423°N 13.395°E / 42.423; 13.395 6.3 308[21] 2009 L'Aquila earthquake
September 20, 2009 05:50 Marche, Montefano 4.6 0
December 19, 2009 10:01 Sicily, Mount Etna 4.6 0
August 16, 2010 14:54 Sicily, Aeolian Islands 4.5 0
July 17, 2011 20:30 Veneto, Rovigo 4.7 Ml, 4.9 MW 0
July 25, 2011 14:31 Piedmont 4.3 Ml, 4.8 MW 0
January 25, 2012 00:54 Veneto, Verona 4.2 0
January 25, 2012 09:06 Reggio Emilia 4.9 Ml, 5.1 MW 0
January 27, 2012[22] 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
April 13, 2012[23][24] 08:21 Sicily38°13′59″N 13°19′44″E / 38.233°N 13.329°E / 38.233; 13.329 4.7 0
May 20, 2012[25] 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
May 28, 2012[26] 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
May 29, 2012 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
June 6, 2012[27] 06:08 offshore Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna 4.5 0 2012 Emilia earthquakes
June 9, 2012[28] 04:04 Barcis, Friuli 4.5 0
July 4, 2012 13:12 Ionian Sea 4.7 0
August 29, 2012 01:12 Strait of Messina 4.6 0
October 3, 2012 16:41 Emilia-Romagna, Piacenza 4.5 0
October 26, 2012[29] 01:05 Pollino, Calabria 5.2 (1 indirect)
January 4, 2013 08:50 Sicily, Nebrodi 4.3 0
January 25, 2013 15:50 Garfagnana (Emilia-Romagna-Toscana) 4.9 0
February 16, 2013 22:16 Province of Frosinone (Latium) 4.8 (1 indirect)
June 21, 2013 12:34 Lunigiana Toscana-Emilia Romagna 5.2 0
June 30, 2013 16:40 Casola in Lunigiana, Lunigiana 4.9 0
July 21, 2013 03:32 offshore Ancona, Marche 4.9 0
December 29, 2013 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)" (PDF). Annali di Geofisica 39: 1201–1225. 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. "Surface faulting in Norcia (central Italy): a "paleoseismological perspective"". Tectonophysics 403: 117–130. doi:10.1016/j.tecto.2005.04.003. 
  4. ^ Tertulliani, A.; Cucci, L.; Rossi, A.; Castelli, V. (2012), "The 6 October 1762 Middle Aterno Valley (L’Aquila, Central Italy) Earthquake: New Constraints and New Insights", Seismological Research Letters (Seismological Society of America) 83 (6): 1068–1077, doi:10.1785/0220120048 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h USGS
  6. ^ "INGV: Terremoto di Salò del 1901". Legacy.ingv.it. Retrieved 2012-05-21. 
  7. ^ a b c ANSA: Messina, Reggio Calabria, 7.2 magnitude; 120,000 killed
  8. ^ USGS has 7.2 and 70,000 killed
  9. ^ USGS has 7.0 and 32610 killed
  10. ^ ANSA has 6.8 magnitude; 33,000 killed
  11. ^ USGS has 6.5 and 1000 killed
  12. ^ ANSA has 6.2 and 976 killed
  13. ^ "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 
  14. ^ ANSA has 6.2 and 2,570 killed
  15. ^ USGS has 6.5 3,000 killed
  16. ^ ANSA has 6.1
  17. ^ USGS has 6.4
  18. ^ ANSA has 5.6 and 28 killed
  19. ^ USGS has 5.9 and 29 killed
  20. ^ "Magnitude 6.3 - CENTRAL ITALY 2009 April 06 01:32:42 UTC". USGS. 2009-04-06. Retrieved 2009-04-06. 
  21. ^ Hooper, John (28 April 2009). "Pope visits Italian village hit hardest by earthquake". The Guardian (London). 
  22. ^ "Magnitude 5.3 - NORTHERN ITALY 2012 January 27 14:53:06 UTC". USGS. 2012-01-27. Retrieved 2012-01-27. 
  23. ^ ANSA has 4.2 and 0 killed
  24. ^ USGS has 4.7 and 0 killed
  25. ^ "Terremoto, scossa di magnitudo 5.9 Epicentro a 36 km a nord di Bologna". Corriere della sera. 20 May 2012. Retrieved 20 May 2012. 
  26. ^ "La terra trema due volte fra Calabria e Basilicata". Repubblica. 28 May 2012. Retrieved 28 May 2012. 
  27. ^ ANSA (6 June 2012). "Scossa al largo di Ravenna generata da nuova faglia". Agenzia Nazionale Stampa Associata. Retrieved 2012-06-06. 
  28. ^ Corriere della Sera (9 June 2012). "Terremoto nel Nord Est, scossa di 4.5 Richter". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 2012-06-09. 
  29. ^ La Repubblica (26 October 2012). "Scossa di magnitudo 5 nell'area del Pollino". La Repubblica. 

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