Strong Motion Data

The Rapid Raw Strong Motion (RRSM) is an entirely automated system that uses open data from EIDA. It provides earthquake information and strong motion parameters including PGA and PGV within minutes of any event.

The Engineering Strong-Motion database (ESM) is a reviewed archive of accelerometric waveforms from events with magnitudes above 4.0 recorded in Europe and the middle-East since 1969. It provides unprocessed acceleration time-series, manually processed acceleration, velocity, and displacement waveforms, acceleration and displacement response spectra, and other relevant engineering parameters.

More information on the strong motion services can be found here.
Rapid Raw Strong Motion Portal

Rapid Raw Strong Motion RRSM

The RRSM portal exposes earthquake information, peak ground motion parameters, and response spectral amplitudes. Waveform data can be downloaded within minutes after an event exceeding magnitude 3.5 in the European-Mediterranean region.

Introducing the European Rapid Raw Strong-Motion Database. C. Cauzzi et. al., 2016, Seismol. Res. Lett. 87, 4, doi: 10.1785/0220150271

Engineering Strong Motion Portal

Engineering Strong Motion ESM

ESM allows users to query earthquake and station information and download earthquake waveforms and response spectra for events with magnitudes above 4.0 recorded in the European-Mediterranean and the middle-East regions.

The Engineering Strong-Motion Database: A Platform to Access Pan-European Accelerometric Data. L. Luzi et. al., 2016, Seismol. Res. Lett. 87, 4, doi:: 10.1785/0220150278

The table below shows events with a magnitude larger than 4.5 from 2005 to the present. Click on an event identifier to be redirected to the Rapid Raw Strong Motion portal (RRSM) or Engineering Strong Motion portal (ESM) depending on whether the event has been reviewed within ESM.

Event Identifier Event Time (UTC) Lat Lon Depth Mag Type Author Waveform