Weston Observatory Records Two Major Earthquakes in Italy on October 26, 2016

Alan Kafka
Weston Observatory
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Boston College

On October 26, 2016, two major earthquakes that occurred in Italy were recorded by Weston Observatory (see seismogram below). The first event was a magnitude 5.5 earthquake that occurred at 7:10 PM (local time) in Sellano, Italy. That event was followed  a few hours later by a magnitude 6.1 earthquake in Visso, Italy.


For more information about the effects of this earthquake, see:

Two powerful earthquakes hit Italy near site of deadly August quake

Visit @Weston_Quakes on Twitter for updates on this earthquake.

Additional information about this earthquake can also be found on the U.S. Geological Survey earthquake monitoring web site.

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