This paleo event was derived from Tsunami deposits and lacustrine turbidites analyzed by Moernaut et al. (2018). An event around 550 - 750 AD with a moment magnitude of at least 8.5.
|620s||620 Valdivia Paleo-Earthquake||Chile||8.5||D|
|770s||8th Century Valdivia Paleo-Earthquake||Chile||9||D|
|1120s||12th Century Chile Paleo-Earthquake||Chile||8.8||D|
|1320s||14th Century Chile Paleo-Earthquake||Chile||8.8||D|
|1570 Feb 08th, 09:00||1570 Concepcion Earthquake||Chile||8||C|
|1575 Dec 16th, 18:30||1575 Valdivia Earthquake||Chile||8.5||C|
|1647 May 13th, 22:30||1647 Valparaiso Earthquake||Chile||8.5||C|
|1657 Mar 15th||1657 Chile Earthquake||Chile||8||C|
|1730 Jul 08th, 04:30||1730 Valparaiso Earthquake||Chile||8.7||C|
|1751 May 25th, 05:30||1751 Concepcion Earthquake||Chile||8.8||C|
|Preferred Magnitude||8.50 (8.50-9.00)|
|Quality of Evidence||D|
|2018||Moernaut et al. (2018)||8.5 (8.5-9)|
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