The Italian Archive of Historical Earthquake Data ASMI (Archivio Storico Macrosismico Italiano) provides access to data on more than 5000 Italian earthquakes in the period 461 b.C to 2014, deriving from more than 300 seismological studies. For each earthquake, different kinds of studies are accessible, giving a wide perspective on the multiplicity of the available information.
The archive is accessible either by earthquake or by study, and data are presented as texts (original studies, descriptions of the earthquake effects, possibly), tables (earthquake parameters, macroseismic intensities), and maps (interactive maps showing epicentres, and intensity distributions).
ASMI is a platform giving access to different studies and alternative data on the same earthquake, and is the basic tool for the collection, homogenization, comparison and validation of the data for the compilation of the Italian Macroseismic Database (DBMI), and the Parametric Catalogue of Italian Earthquakes (CPTI).
2019-01-10. New study archived. Catalogo Macrosismico dei Terremoti Etnei.
2018-11-23. New study archived. CFTI5med (2018).
2018-10-23. Web. When there is more than one MDP set available for an earthquake, it is now possible to compare the sets by pressing the button "Compare MDP sets".
2018-06-20. New studies archived. Arcoraci et al. (2012b), Azzaro et al. (2008), Barbano and Rigano (2001), Camassi et al. (2009), D'Amico et al. (2009), Del Mese et al. (2008), QUEST (2002b), QUEST (2004), Tertulliani et al. (2017), Tertulliani and Castellano (2018).
2018-06-15. Web Services. Extended the search functionalities of the Gazetteer web service and added GeoJSON among the supported output formats.
2018-04-25. Web. Added QuakeML (XML) and Comma Separated Value (CSV) among the formats for downloading intensity data tables (experimental service).
2018-04-20. Web. Added the possibility of visualizing and downloading as KML files the intensity data tables (experimental service).
2018-02-28 Web. Added the new OGC WMS web service among the existing list of supported web services for a direct access to data.
2018-01-29. Data on casualties, injured, derived from some of the archived studies, is now clearly reported in window of the selected earthquake.
2018-01-12 Web. New section "Other data" into the selected earthquake window reporting links to external databases: 1) Centro Nazionale Terremoti (CNT), 2) Euro-Mediterranean Tsunami Catalogue (EMTC) e 3) Italian Accelerometric Archive (ITACA).
2017-11-17 New study archived. "Evidence of active tectonics in southern Italy: the Rossano fault (Calabria)" by Galli et al. 2010.
2017-11-11 New study archived. "Macroseismic fields of the main Friuli shocks of 1976” by Procházková et al. 1979.
2017-10-23 Web. Publicly available new web services for accessing ASMI data, still experimental, use with care.
2017-09-26 New study archived. "Materiali per un catalogo di eruzioni di Vulcano e di terremoti delle Isole Eolie e della Sicilia nordorientale (secc. XV-XIX)” by Barbano M.S., Castelli V., Pirrotta C.
2017-09-25 New study archived. "The little-known earthquakes of 1643 in Sicily” di Galli P.
2017-09-25 New study archived. "The 1933 Majella earthquake (Central Italy): a reappraisal of the intensity distribution” by Pallone F. e Galli P.
2017-06-30 Web. The website of the Italian Historical Macroseismic Archive (ASMI) is open to the public.
2017-05-10 New study archived. "The 7 and 11 May 1984 earthquakes in Abruzzo-Latium (Central Italy): reappraisal of the existing macroseismic datasets according to the EMS98", by Graziani L., Tertulliani A., Maramai A., Rossi A., and Arcoraci L..
2016-12-16 New study archived. "Aggiornamento delle conoscenze sul terremoto del 28 luglio 1799 nel sub-Appennino maceratese", by Monachesi G., Castelli V., and Camassi R.