When you use data from our network, please cite us using the following reference:

Permanent Regional Seismological Network operated by the Aristotle University 
of Thessaloniki, doi:10.7914/SN/HT

For more details please visit: http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7914/SN/HT

Seismicity Catalog (550 B.C. - 2010)
References:
- Papazachos, B.C., Comninakis, P.E., Karakaisis, G.F., Karakostas, B.G., Papaioannou, Ch.A., Papazachos, C.B. and E.M. Scordilis. A catalogue of earthquakes in Greece and surrounding area for the period 550BC-1999, Publ. Geoph. Lab., Univ. of Thessaloniki, 1, 333pp, 2000.
- Papazachos, B.C., Comninakis, P.E., Scordilis, E.M., Karakaisis, G.F. and C.B. Papazachos (2010). A catalogue of earthquakes in the Mediterranean and surrounding area for the period 1901 - 2010, Publ. Geophys. Laboratory, University of Thessaloniki.

This catalog includes information on the basic source parameters (origin time, epicenter, focal depth, magnitude) of known earthquakes with magnitude greater than 4.5 for the period from 550 B.C. until the end of 2010, which occurred within the area 33.0oN - 43.0oN, 18.0oE - 30.0oE. The catalog is homogeneous with respect to the earthquake magnitude, i.e. all magnitudes are seismic moment magnitudes (either directly computed or appropriately converted from other magnitude scales). all data are complete for the following periods and magnitudes Μ>6.5 since 1901, Μ>5.2 since 1911, Μ>4.8 since 1950 and Μ>4.5 since 1964.

Seismicity Catalog with M>2.0 (01/01/1995 - 30/04/2019)

This catalog includes information on the basic source parameters (origin time, epicenter, focal depth, magnitude) of earthquakes recorded by the seismological network of A.U.Th. for the broader area of Greece. These earthquakes are published in the official bulletins of Department of Gephysics A.U.Th.

Preliminary Seismic Catalog with M>2.0 (01/05/2019 - 12/05/2019)

This catalog includes information on the basic source parameters (origin time, epicenter, focal depth, magnitude) of earthquakes recorded by the seismological network of A.U.Th. for the broader area of Greece. This preliminary catalog is a continue of the catalog given before and includes earthquakes that are not yet reviewed.

Preliminary Seismic Catalog with M>2.0 (13/05/2019 - today) - SeisComP3

Same as the previous catalog but all data comes from SeisCom3.

 
*All these catalogs are dynamic, i.e. new data are being added frequently. Small alterations of the catalog data may be performed if and when it is found necessary.
   
Various catalogs - papers


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