151 Works

Hai Sentito Il Terremoto (HSIT)

Patrizia Tosi, Valerio De Rubeis, Paola Sbarra & Diego Sorrentino
Internet site of HSIT collecting macroseismic crowdsourced data and maps of the earthquakes for which at least 6 questionnaires are available. Data of each event (from 2007 until today) are updated in real-time whenever a new questionnaire is received.

Bollettino Sismico Italiano (BSI), III quadrimestre 2016 (versione 2)

Antonio Rossi, Anna Nardi, Alessandro Marchetti, Francesco Mariano Mele, Lucia Margheriti, Diana Latorre, Barbara Castello, Maria Grazia Ciaccio, Michele Berardi, Patrizia Battelli, Luigi Improta, Corrado Castellano, Luca Arcoraci, Arianna Lisi, Paola Baccheschi, Luca Pizzino & Anna Maria Lombardi
Bollettino Sismico Italiano, III quadrimestre 2016, version 2.0 contains 46306 earthquake locations in the Italian region in the time frame between 01-09-2016 and 31-12-2016, locations refer to earthquakes located by INGV. We include in this count the earthquakes of the central Italy sequence (44341) started on August 24th revised from the Italian seismic bulletin and available in the ISIDe database from July 2019. We revised all the earthquakes of the sequence with M>=2.3, except from...

Hai Sentito Il Terremoto (HSIT) - Macroseismic intensity database 2007-2018, version 1

Valerio De Rubeis, Paola Sbarra, Patrizia Tosi & Diego Sorrentino
HSIT provides the estimated macroseismic intensities, through automatic procedures, using questionnaires filled out on a voluntary basis by the citizens. The intensities, in Mercalli-Cancani-Sieberg scale and European Macroseismic Scale, are estimated for each municipality in which questionnaires are available. The reliability of the estimate grows with the number of questionnaires.

INGV Strong Motion Data

Marco Massa, Ezio D'Alema, Santi Mirenna, Sara Lovati, Simona Carannante, Paolo Augliera & Gianlorenzo Franceschina
ISMD is the real-time strong motion database of INGV since 2012. The web portal was designed and built in 2011 in cooperation between INGV Milan department and the National Earthquake Center, CNT (nowadays ONT). In the institutional context, the ISMD project represented a shared path to arrive at the regularization and homogeneity of the collection, treatment and distribution of the INGV accelerometric data. For each earthquake with epicenter located on the national territory with local...

Engineering Strong Motion Database (ESM)

Lucia Luzi, Rodolfo Puglia, Emiliano Russo &
The Engineering Strong-Motion database (ESM) has been developed in the framework of the European Project NERA (Network of European Research Infrastructures for Earthquake Risk Assessment and Mitigation), Network Activity 3: Networking acceleration networks and SM data users. The database is maintained by WG5 of ORFEUS.nESM allows users to query earthquake and station information and download earthquake waveforms and response spectra for events with magnitude greater than or equal to 4.0 mainly recorded in the European-Mediterranean...

Rete Sismica Nazionale (RSN)

The Italian National Seismic Network (Italian: Rete Sismica Nazionale, RSN) is the nationwide permanent seismological network operated by the National Institute for Geophysics and Volcanology (Italian: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia, INGV) with contributions from collaborating institutions and observatories. Initially, it was deployed mainly as a seismic monitoring facility and over the years has grown both in quantity and in quality of the installed instruments. Thereby it also gained importance as a valuable research...

Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani (CPTI99)

Enzo Boschi, Paolo Gasperini, Gianluca Valensise, Romano Camassi, Viviana Castelli, Massimiliano Stucchi, Alessandro Rebez, Giancarlo Monachesi, Maria Serafina Barbano, Paola Albini, Emanuela Guidoboni, Graziano Ferrari, Dante Mariotti, Alberto Comastri & Diego Molin
With the publication in 1985 of the Catalogue of Italian earthquakes from the year 1000 to 1980 of the Progetto Finalizzato Geodinamica, curated by Daniele Postpischl, a particularly fruitful period began for historical Seismology and for seismic hazard analysis. During this period, two independent research groups carried out important projects: the Catalogo dei Forti Terremoti (Catalogue of Strong Earthquakes) in Italy, published in 1995 and 1997 by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica (National Institute of...

World Catalog of Earthquake Rotated Objects (EROs)

Luigi Cucci & Andrea Tertulliani
The World Catalog of Earthquake Rotated Objects (EROs) is composed of 2254 EROs originated during 213 earthquakes occurred between 1349 and 2018. The EROs Catalog is organized into two different datasets that report the most important parameters and informations about the source earthquakes and about the observed EROs, respectively. The seismic event dataset (Events - red stars) reports the parameters of earthquakes (magnitude, intensity, focal mechanism etc) from which EROs observations are used. The EROs...

Application of PSO Algorithm based on the mean value of maximum frequency distribution for 2-D inverse modeling of gravity data due to a finite vertical cylinder shape

Ata Eshaghzadeh & Sanaz Seyedi Sahebari
Quaderni di Geofisica, Vol 162

Catalogo Macrosismico dei Terremoti Etnei (CMTE)

Raffaele Azzaro & Salvatore D'Amico
The first release of the historical catalogue of Mt. Etna earthquake (CMTE) was published in 2000, and since then it is regularly updated. The catalogue lists 1810 earthquakes in the time-span 1631-2013, described by the following parameters: epicentral location, maximum and epicentral intensity, macroseismic magnitude, associated coseismic surface faulting and, when known, seismogenic fault. A database of macroseismic intensities expressed in terms of the European macroseismic scale (EMS, Grünthal, 1998) is associated to each event,...

Pressure gauge dataset (Paroscientific 8CB-4000-I @ 1 sample / 15 sec) from INAF/NEMO-SN1 seafloor platform during SMO project in Western Ionian Sea site (East Sicily), part of EMSO network

Giuditta Marinaro, Davide Embriaco & Gabriele Giovanetti
This sensor measures the hydrostatic (water column) pressure exerted on the sensor resulting from the pressure of water above its position and the atmospheric air pressure acting on the sea surface. Whether it is not possible to use a vented reference to equalise the offset due to atmospheric pressure, the true water level is obtained from the APG by measuring and subtracting the atmospheric pressure at the sea surface from the APG measurement.

Methane meter dataset (Franatech METS @ 1 Hz) from INGV/SN-4 seafloor platform during ESONET-MARMARA-DM project in Marmara Sea site (Marmara Sea), part of EMSO network

Giuditta Marinaro
The Methane sensor provides two output analogue channels (Vmet, Vt) which are sampled at 1Hz by a dedicated Analog To Digital Converter of the SN4 station. From (Vmet, Vt) through a calibration formula, the dissolved methane concentration in sea water can be computed.

Rapporto macrosismico preliminare sul terremoto etneo del 14/03/2009 - ore 10:26 locali

Salvatore D'Amico, Antonino Mostaccio & Tiziana Tuvè
Macroseismic field survey for the 14 March 2009 earthquake, Mt. Etna, performed by the QUEST team

Valle dell'Aniene 11/03/2000

Macroseismic field survey for the 11 March 2000 earthquake, Valle dell' Aniene, performed by the QUEST team

Rapporto macrosismico sul terremoto etneo del 20/04/2008, ore 07:47 (GMT)

Raffaele Azzaro, Salvatore D'Amico & Tiziana Tuvè
Macroseismic field survey for the 20 April 2008 earthquake, Mt. Etna, performed by the QUEST team

Rilievo degli effetti prodotti dalla sequenza sismica molisana dell’ottobre-novembre 2002

Vittorio Bosi, Paolo Galli, Mariarosaria Gallipoli, Sergio Del Mese, Romano Camassi, Emanuela Ercolani, Carlo Piccarreda, Filippo Bernardini, Andrea Tertulliani, Maurizio Vecchi, Alessandra Maramai & Marco Mucciarelli
Macroseismic field survey for the 31 October 2002 earthquake, Molise, performed by the QUEST team

Rilievo macrosismico del terremoto del 12 aprile 2008 (05:44 GMT), Ml=3.8 Roma sud

Sergio Del Mese, Antonio Rossi, Andrea Tertulliani, Maurizio Vecchi & Angelo Massucci
Macroseismic field survey for the 12 April 2008 earthquake, South of Rome, performed by the QUEST team

Rilievo macrosismico del terremoto del 15 dicembre 2009 nella Valle del Tevere e considerazioni sull'applicazione della scala EMS98

Luca Arcoraci, Michele Berardi, Corrado Castellano, Ilaria Leschiutta, Alessandra Maramai, Antonio Rossi, Andrea Tertulliani & Maurizio Vecchi
Macroseismic field survey for the 15 December 2009 earthquake, Valle del Tevere, performed by the QUEST team

Rilievo macrosismico degli effetti prodotti dal terremoto del 17 luglio 2011 nella Pianura Padana lombardo-veneta (province di Rovigo, Mantova, Modena e Ferrara)

Filippo Bernardini & Emanuela Ercolani
Macroseismic field survey for the 17 July 2011 earthquake, Pianura Padana lombardo-veneta, performed by the QUEST team

Global Historical Earthquake Catalogue (GHEC)

Paola Albini, Roger M.W. Musson, Augusto Antonio Gómez Capera, Mario Locati, Andrea Rovida, Massimiliano Stucchi & Daniele Viganò
The Global Historical Earthquake Archive (GHEA) provides a complete account of the global situation in historical seismology for large earthquakes, as in 2013. From GHEA, the Global Historical Earthquake Catalogue (GHEC v1.0) was derived a world catalog of earthquakes for the period 1000-1903, with magnitudes of Mw7 and over.

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3.0.1

DISS is a georeferenced repository of tectonic, fault and paleoseismological information. The core objects of DISS are: - the individual seismogenic source, a simplified and three-dimensional representation of a fault plane. Individual seismogenic sources are assumed to exhibit "characteristic" behaviour with respect to rupture length/width and expected magnitude; - the composite seismogenic source, an elongated region containing an unspecified number of aligned seismogenic sources that cannot be singled out. Composite seismogenic sources are not associated...

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3.2.1

DISS is a georeferenced repository of tectonic, fault and paleoseismological information. The core objects of DISS are: - the individual seismogenic source, a simplified and three-dimensional representation of a fault plane. Individual seismogenic sources are assumed to exhibit "characteristic" behaviour with respect to rupture length/width and expected magnitude; - the composite seismogenic source, an elongated region containing an unspecified number of aligned seismogenic sources that cannot be singled out. Composite seismogenic sources are not associated...

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3.2.0

DISS is a georeferenced repository of tectonic, fault and paleoseismological information. The core objects of DISS are: - the individual seismogenic source, a simplified and three-dimensional representation of a fault plane. Individual seismogenic sources are assumed to exhibit "characteristic" behaviour with respect to rupture length/width and expected magnitude; - the composite seismogenic source, an elongated region containing an unspecified number of aligned seismogenic sources that cannot be singled out. Composite seismogenic sources are not associated...

The ASTARTE Paleotsunami deposits database - NEAM region

Paolo Marco De Martini, Daniela Pantosti, Simone Orefice, Alessandra Smedile, Antonio Patera, Raphaël Paris, Pedro Terrinha, James Hunt, Gerassimos Papadopoulos, João Noiva, Ioanna Triantafyllou & Ahmet Cevdet Yalçıner
The EU project ASTARTE aims at developing a higher level of tsunami hazard assessment in the North East Atlantic, Mediterranean and Connected seas (NEAM) region by a combination of field work, experimental work, numerical modeling and technical development. The project is a cooperative work of 26 institutes from 16 countries and links together the description of past tsunamigenic events, the identification and characterization of tsunami sources, the assessment of the impact of such events, and...

NEar-Source Strong-motion flatfile (NESS)

Francesca Pacor, Chiara Felicetta, Giovanni Lanzano, Sara Sgobba, Rodolfo Puglia, Maria Clara D'Amico, Emiliano Russo & Lucia Luzi
The Near-source strong-moton flatfile (named NESS) is a parametric table related to worldwide earthquakes containing high-quality metadata and intensity measures (IMs) of engineering interest. The table collects reliable information about event sources, such as geometries and rupture mechanisms that are necessary to model near-source effects for engineering seismology and earthquake engineering applications. The accelerometric records are manually and uniformly processed, and the associated information is fully traceable. NESS consists of about 800 three-component waveforms relative...

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