Earthquake with magnitude of Md 2.4 on date 06-01-1985 and time 15:38:40 (Italy) in region 2 km E Opi (AQ)

A magnitude Md 2.4 earthquake occured in region: 2 km E Opi (AQ), on

  • 06-01-1985 14:38:40 (UTC)
  • 06-01-1985 15:38:40 (UTC +01:00) Italian time

and geographic coordinates (lat, lon) 41.7810, 13.8570 at 16 km depth.

The earthquake was located by: Bollettino Sismico Italiano INGV.

Search earthquakes: Any within 30 km radius

The values of hypocentral coordinates and magnitude may be revised at a later time as more information becomes available.

Municipalities within 20 km from the epicenter

Distances are determinated based on the geographic coordintes of the (Istat).
Municipality Region Dist Inh Cum Inh
Opi AQ 2 420 420
Villetta Barrea AQ 6 653 1073
Pescasseroli AQ 6 2203 3276
Civitella Alfedena AQ 7 296 3572
San Donato Val di Comino FR 9 2107 5679
Barrea AQ 12 726 6405
Settefrati FR 12 728 7133
Scanno AQ 14 1847 8980
Alvito FR 14 2713 11693
Gallinaro FR 14 1269 12962
Picinisco FR 15 1218 14180
Campoli Appennino FR 15 1725 15905
Alfedena AQ 16 864 16769
Scontrone AQ 16 574 17343
Posta Fibreno FR 16 1139 18482
Pescosolido FR 17 1555 20037
Vicalvi FR 17 783 20820
Villalago AQ 17 568 21388
Bisegna AQ 18 223 21611
Atina FR 18 4316 25927
Villa Latina FR 19 1241 27168
Montenero Val Cocchiara IS 19 538 27706
Fontechiari FR 19 1303 29009
San Biagio Saracinisco FR 19 349 29358
Pizzone IS 20 329 29687
Roccaraso AQ 20 1627 31314
Rocca Pia AQ 20 178 31492

Municipalities with at least 50000 inhabitants

An earthquake occurred to
69 Km SW of Chieti (51815 inhabitants)
74 Km SE of L'Aquila (69753 inhabitants)
82 Km SW of Pescara (121014 inhabitants)
85 Km S of Montesilvano (53738 inhabitants)
86 Km E of Latina (125985 inhabitants)
88 Km NW of Caserta (76326 inhabitants)
90 Km E of Tivoli (56533 inhabitants)
90 Km E of Velletri (53303 inhabitants)
94 Km NW of Aversa (53047 inhabitants)
97 Km E of Guidonia Montecelio (88673 inhabitants)
99 Km S of Teramo (54892 inhabitants)
99 Km N of Giugliano in Campania (122974 inhabitants)
Recent and historical seismicity

These maps show the seismic activity in different time intervals, before the seismic event to which they refer. Data reported in the first two maps come from the analysis carried out in real time by the personnel of the INGV Operating Rooms, immediately after each earthquake. The third map shows data from 1985 to the date of the earthquake: the locations are reviewed by the seismological analysts of the INGV Italian Seismic Bulletin (Bollettino Sismico Italiano dell’INGV). The localization parameters (hypocentral coordinates and magnitude) are the best possible estimate with the data available to the INGV, but are constantly updated according to further data that become available. The location and magnitude parameters, subsequently reviewed by seismological analysts, may vary.

Earthquakes of the 3 days preceding this event

Earthquakes of the 3 days preceding this event

This map shows the earthquake epicenters with magnitude ≥ 0.0, localized with data recorded by the National Seismic Network and other collaborative networks both in Italy and in neighboring countries, in the 72 hours preceding this event. The size of the circle indicates the different classes of magnitude. The colors indicate the different time intervals preceding the seismic event. The black and white star is the epicenter of the current earthquake.
Earthquakes of the 90 days preceding this event

Earthquakes of the 90 days preceding this event

This map shows the earthquake epicenters with magnitude ≥ 2.0, localized with data recorded by the National Seismic Network and other collaborative networks both in Italy and in neighboring countries, in the 90 days preceding this event. The size of the circle indicates the different classes of magnitude. The colors indicate the different time intervals preceding the seismic event. The black and white star is the epicenter of the current earthquake.
Earthquakes from 1985 to the date of the event

Earthquakes from 1985 to the date of the event

This map shows the earthquake epicenters with magnitude ≥ 3.0, localized with data recorded by the National Seismic Network and other collaborative networks both in Italy and in neighboring countries, from 1985 to the date of this event. The size of the circle indicates the different classes of magnitude. The colors indicate the different time intervals preceding the seismic event. The black and white star is the epicenter of the current earthquake.
Earthquakes since 1000 AD until 2019

Earthquakes since 1000 AD until 2019

This map shows the epicenters of the historical earthquakes catalogue CPT15 (Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani, 2015 version 3.0, https://doi.org/10.13127/cpti/cpti15.3) since 1000 AD until 2019. The size of the square indicates the different classes of magnitude. For earthquakes with magnitude ≥ 6.0, it is also shown the year of occurrence and the magnitude value. The black and white star is the epicenter of the current earthquake.
Seismic hazard

Seismic hazard maps provide probabilistic estimates of the earthquake ground shaking exceeding a given threshold in a given geographic region within a given time window. Thus, it is not a deterministic prediction - a target that may be never reached given the complexity of the earthquake physical phenomenon - nor of the maximum expected earthquake since this has extremely low probabilities to occur.

In 2004, it was published the seismic hazard map of Italy (http://zonesismiche.mi.ingv.it) that provides a picture of the most hazardous geographic regions. The seismic hazard map of Italy (GdL MPS, 2004; rif. Ordinanza PCM del 28 aprile 2006, n. 3519, All. 1b) provides the 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years of the horizontal acceleration at rock sites (i.e., Vs30>800 m/s; cat. A, 3.2.1 of the D.M. 14.09.2005).

The colours indicate the various values of the ground acceleration that have 10% to be exceeded within 50 years. In general, the colours associated to low values of acceleration refer to areas that are less hazardous and stronger earthquakes repeat less frequently although they may still occur.

Seismic hazard map

Seismic hazard map

This map shows the seismic hazard map of Italy for the region where the earthquake occurred.
Shakemap
Felt maps
Locations history
Type Magnitude Date and Time (UTC) Latitude Longitude Depth (km) Published time (UTC) Author Location ID
Bulletin
Rev1000
Md 2.4 1985-01-06
14:38:40
41.781 13.857 15 2013-07-15
08:40:51
Bollettino Sismico Italiano INGV 119
Preferred location and magnitude until now.
Origin information

Origin

Field Value
Time (UTC) 1985-01-06 14:38:40 ± 0.514
Latitude 41.7810 ± 0.0282
Longitude 13.8570 ± 0.0338
Depth (km) 15 ± 3 (from location)
Evaluation mode of Origin manual
Evaluation status of Origin reviewed
Version 1000 -> BULLETIN-VAX
Event type earthquake
Origin ID 119

Uncertainty

Field Value
Preferred uncertainty description horizontal uncertainty
Semi-major axis of confidence ellipse (meter)
Semi-minor axis of confidence ellipse (meter)
Azimuth of major axis of confidence ellipse. Measured clockwise from South-North direction at epicenter (gradi)
Circular confidence region, given by single value of horizontal uncertainty (meter) 4209.6
Confidence level of the uncertainty (%) 68

Quality

Field Value
Largest azimuthal gap in station distribution as seen from epicenter (degree) 259
Number of associated phases, regardless of their use for origin computation 6
Number of defining phases 6
RMS of the travel time residuals of the arrivals used for the origin computation (sec) 0.2
Epicentral distance of station closest to the epicenter (degree) 0.00065
Epicentral distance of station farthest from the epicenter (degree) 0.00534
Number of stations at which the event was observed 4
Number of stations from which data was used for origin computation 4
Magnitude information

Md:2.4

Field Value
Value 2.4
Uncertainty
Num. used stations 1
Type of magnitude Md
Reference to an origin 119
Agency INGV
Autore Bollettino Sismico Italiano INGV
Time of creation (UTC) 2013-01-04 17:05:27
Picking and Arrival
SCNL Time Uncertainty Polarity Evaluation_mode Phase Azimuth Distance Takeoff_angle Residual Weight
--.SGG.Z. 1985-01-06T14:39:00.70 10.0 undecidable manual SG 135 0.0049 0.32 0.2
--.MSC.Z. 1985-01-06T14:38:52.80 10.0 undecidable manual PG 171 0.0053 0.03 1.2
--.SGG.Z. 1985-01-06T14:38:51.40 10.0 undecidable manual PG 135 0.0049 -0.61 0.3
--.DUI.Z. 1985-01-06T14:38:50.50 10.0 undecidable manual PG? 105 0.0041 0.15 0.4
--.SD1.Z. 1985-01-06T14:38:46.20 10.0 undecidable manual SG 205 0.0006 -0.19 0.8
--.SD1.Z. 1985-01-06T14:38:44.00 10.0 positive manual PG 205 0.0006 0.07 3.2
TDMT - Time Domain Moment Tensor
Fault Plane solutions in the area
Fault Plane solutions

Fault Plane solutions

The map reports the fault plane solutions for earthquakes in the region from 1977 to the date of this event. Red moment tensors are determined using the Regional Centroid Moment Tensor technique (RCMT, http://www.bo.ingv.it/RCMT) applied for earthquakes with magnitude larger than 4.5 in the Euro-Mediterranenan area. Occasionally, when a station azimuthal coverage exists RCMTs can be obtained also for earthquakes with magnitude down to 4.0. The gray moment tensors are obtained with the Time Domain Moment Tensor method (TDMT, http://terremoti.ingv.it/tdmt). This technique is applied to earthquakes with magnitude ML greater than 3.2, when it is possible. The size of symbols scales with the calculated moment magnitude Mw.
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