Herak D., Sović I., Cecić I., Živčić M., Dasović I., Herak M., 2017. Historical Seismicity of the Rijeka Region (Northwest External Dinarides, Croatia) - Part I: Earthquakes of 1750, 1838, and 1904 in the Bakar Epicentral Area. Seismological Research Letters 88, 3, 904-915. https://doi.org/10.1785/0220170014
We present macroseismic analyses of three historical earthquakes that occurred in 1750, 1838, and 1904 in the Bakar epicentral area (Rijeka region, Croatia). Using various historical sources, we were able to compile intensity maps and assess macroseismic parameters for each of these events. The estimated epicenters lie close to known active fault systems, and the epicentral intensities are lower than those listed in catalogs. We have also identified a number of strong foreshocks and aftershocks which are currently missing from all catalogs. The three events analyzed, together with the Klana earthquake of 1870, are the largest known events to have occurred in these tectonically active parts of the northwest Dinarides. As such, they are important in characterizing seismic hazard in the vicinity of the main Croatian port, the city of Rijeka.
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