The EEFIT Reconnaissance Mission to Central Italy

The EEFIT Reconnaissance Mission to the August – October 2016 Earthquake Sequence of Central Italy

Synopsis

At 3.36 am on 24 August 2016, a Mw 6.2 earthquake struck the central region of Italy. The epicentre was near the village of Accumuli in the Apennines chain. Earthquake shaking was felt as far as Florence, 220km away.

The EEFIT Team was on mission in the region from 4 - 15 October 2016. Speakers from the mission team will present findings from their investigation into the ground surface effects caused by the earthquake, structural damage to heritage buildings, masonry and reinforced concrete structures, road infrastructure, and the impact on the local population.

Further information

PLease note that this event is free, but prior registration is required. Follow this link to register.

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EEFIT is serviced by The Institution of Structural Engineers Secretary, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Event Details

Event Date 08/02/2017 6:00 pm
Location
Institution of Structural Engineers
47-58 Bastwick Street
Institution of Structural Engineers

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