09/21/0365 | 365 Crete Earthquake

Description

Events in the same region
Date Title Region Preferred Magnitude Quality*
0365 Sep 21st 365 Crete Earthquake Hellenic Arc 8.4 B
1303 Sep 17th, 04:23 1303 Crete Earthquake Hellenic Arc 8.3 B
References
  • Ott et al. (2020) -Ott, R. F., Wegmann, K. W., Gallen, S. F., Pazzaglia, F. J., Brandon, M. T., Ueda, K., & Fassoulas, C. (2021). Reassessing Eastern Mediterranean tectonics and earthquake hazard from the 365 CE earthquake. AGU Advances, 2(2), e2020AV000315. - Link
  • Ohsumi et al. (2018) -Ohsumi, Tsuneo, Yuji Dohi, and Hemanta Hazarika. "Strong Motion and Tsunami Related to the AD 365 Crete Earthquake." Journal of Disaster Research 13.5 (2018): 943-956. - Link
  • Shaw et al. (2008) -Shaw, B., Ambraseys, N., England, P. et al. Eastern Mediterranean tectonics and tsunami hazard inferred from the AD 365 earthquake. Nature Geosci 1, 268–276 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1038/ngeo151 - Link
  • Papadimitriou and Karakostas (2008) -Papadimitriou, E. E., & Karakostas, V. G. (2008). Rupture model of the great AD 365 Crete earthquake in the southwestern part of the Hellenic Arc. Acta Geophysica, 56(2), 293-312. - Link
  • Fischer et al. (2007) -Fischer, K. D., and A. Babeyko. "Modelling the 365 AD Crete earthquake and its tsunami." Geophys. Res. Abs 9 (2007): 09458. - Link
Event Characteristics
Preferred Magnitude 8.40 (7.90-8.50)
Epicenter 35.200°N, 23.400°E
Depth unknown
Tsunami yes
Paleo-Event no
Quality of Evidence B
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Magnitude Range
Year Reference Magnitude
2020 Ott et al. (2020) 7.9
2018 Ohsumi et al. (2018) 8.3
2008 Shaw et al. (2008) 8.4 (8.3-8.5)
2008 Papadimitriou and Karakostas (2008) 8.4
2007 Fischer et al. (2007) 8.5

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