Italy 2013

Utsu’s Italy 217BCto2009AD Mag 6+

From Dr. Tokuji Utsu, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University, “Catalog of Damaging Earthquakes in the World,” which contains more than 10,000 destructive earthquakes in the world from 3000 B.C.

CPTI04, CPTI11 and ISIDe Italy 217BC to 2012AD

the map below contains all 714 Mag 5+ quakes recorded in the CPTI04 Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani, versione 2004 and CPTI11, the 2011 version of the Parametric Catalogue of Italian Earthquakes. Milano, Bologna from 1005AD to 2005AD and the ISIDe – Italian Seismological Instrumental and Parametric Data-Base 2006-2012, all produced by INGV.

Maps created from data sourced from ISIDe, INGV, Italian Seismological Instrumental and parametric database

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December 2013


mag<1= 582 , mag1= 1551 , mag2= 280
mag3= 29 , mag4= 2 , mag5= 2
total= 2448
total energy released= 1083.647 TTNT

November 2013


mag<1= 149 , mag1= 815 , mag2= 164
mag3= 16 , mag4= 1 , mag5= 0
total= 1145
total energy released= 276.761 TTNT

October 2013


mag<1= 411 , mag1= 1073 , mag2= 183
mag3= 20 , mag4= 0 , mag5= 0
total= 1687
total energy released= 34.470 TTNT

September 2013


mag<1= 560 , mag1= 970 , mag2= 163
mag3= 17 , mag4= 1 , mag5= 0
total= 1711
total energy released= 66.447 TTNT

August 2013


mag<1= 710 , mag1= 1285 , mag2= 221
mag3= 20 , mag4= 4 , mag5= 0
total= 2240
total energy released= 189.602 TTNT

July2013


mag<1= 891 , mag1= 1675 , mag2= 283
mag3= 26 , mag4= 4 , mag5= 0
total= 2879
total energy released= 450.798 TTNT

June 2013


mag<1= 568 , mag1= 1767 , mag2= 303
mag3= 31 , mag4= 4 , mag5= 1
total= 2675
total energy released= 941.145 TTNT

May 2013


mag<1= 607 , mag1= 977 , mag2= 132
mag3= 22 , mag4= 0 , mag5= 0
total= 1738
total energy released= 52.740 TTNT

April 2013


mag<1= 542 , mag1= 1047 , mag2= 194
mag3= 18 , mag4= 0 , mag5= 0
total= 1801
total energy released= 44.133 TTNT

March 2013


mag<1= 179 , mag1= 664 , mag2= 141
mag3= 24 , mag4= 2 , mag5= 0
total= 1010
total energy released= 173.728 TTNT

February 2013


mag<1= 98 , mag1= 672 , mag2= 160
mag3= 13 , mag4= 3 , mag5= 0
total= 946
total energy released= 387.433 TTNT

January 2013


mag<1= 131 , mag1= 930 , mag2= 186
mag3= 14 , mag4= 3 , mag5= 0
total= 1264
total energy released= 326.353 TTNT

2013 Summary

mag<1= 5,428 , mag1= 13426 , mag2= 2,410 , mag3= 250 , mag4= 24 , mag5= 3, total= 21,544
total energy released= 4,027.257 TTNT

4 Comments to “Italy 2013”

  1. Ottimo lavoro il mio amico. Continuate così!

  2. grazie, Italy interests me personally as the most frightening earthquake I ever experienced was there at Pizzo, Calabria in 1980. I must track it down and try and match the day with the magnitude, something I have never done, it felt like a 7 but was probably only a 5 something
    It was probably an aftershock of this one
    Date/Time (UTC): 1980/11/23 18:34:52.00
    Lat: 40.842 Long: 15.283
    Magnitude: 6.71 Mw
    Location: Irpinia-Basilicata
    Catalog Source: CPTI11, the Parametric Catalogue of Italian Earthquakes. Milano, Bologna – Guidoboni et al., 2007

  3. I think I found it, using ANSS search
    Date/Time[UTC], Lat, Long, Magnitude, Where
    09/12/1980 05:50:13, 38.887, 16.221, 76, 4.8Mb, 88046 Lamezia Terme, Province of Catanzaro,
    17.76km NNE of Pizzo.
    So not necessarily an aftershock of the 6, as the Irpinia-Basilicata quakes were 250km away from Pizzo.

  4. Nice to be able to track it down after so long. Having never experienced an earthquake I guess I will never be able to track one down!

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