M 4.6 in Italy on 22 Sep 2022 15:47 UTC

Event summary

This earthquake can have a low humanitarian impact based on the magnitude and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID EQ 1338844
Earthquake Magnitude: 4.6M
Depth: 18.654 Km
Lat/Lon: 44.1351 , 10.6239
Event Date: 22 Sep 2022 15:47 UTC
22 Sep 2022 17:47 Local
Exposed Population:
490 thousand in MMI IV
Inserted at: 22 Sep 2022 16:56 UTC
INFORM Coping capacity:
2.4 (Italy)


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(Rapid Impact)
GDACS score
NEIC 0.1 0.1
us7000ia8f Scaled population (vector) 0  
  C1 rapid impact -0.59  
  C2 rapid impact 0.53  
  Country Vulnerability 0  
  INFORM_normalised 0.68  
Maximum expected impact using different data sources.
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Detailed event map. European Union, 2022. Map produced by EC-JRC.
The boundaries and the names shown on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the European Union.

Updates on volcanic activity (Smithsonian)

Latest media headlines

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Estimated casualties (PAGER)

USGS estimates the number of casualties for each earthquake for the Prompt Assessment of Global Earthquakes for Response (PAGER) product.
The graph shows the current fatalities estimate.

Exposed population

Data, images, links, services and documents

For this events, GDACS has links to information from the following sources: EC-JRC (43), (3), NEIC (4), OCHA (1), INGV (2), WMO (1), USGS (2), INFORM (2),