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Mt. Etna Seismic Catalog 2000-2010

Salvatore Claudio Alparone, Vincenza Maiolino, Antonino Mostaccio, Antonio Scaltrito, Andrea Ursino, Graziella Barberi, Salvatore D'Amico, Giuseppe Di Grazia, Elisabetta Giampiccolo, Carla Musumeci, Luciano Scarfì & Luciano Zuccarello
This catalog shows the first instrumental earthquake catalogue of Mt. Etna, for the period 2000-2010, with the purpose of producing a homogeneous dataset of 10 years of seismological observations. During this period, 16,845 earthquakes have been recorded by the seismic network run by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica and Vulcanologia, Osservatorio Etneo, in Catania. A total of 6,330 events, corresponding to approximately 40% of all earthquakes recorded, were located by using a one-dimensional VP velocity...

Engineering Strong Motion Database (ESM) flatfile

Giovanni Lanzano, Lucia Luzi, Emiliano Russo, Chiara Felicetta, Maria Clara D'Amico, Sara Sgobba & Francesca Pacor
The Engineering Strong-Motion (ESM) flatfile is a parametric table which contains veri- fied and reliable metadata and intensity measures of manually processed waveforms included in the ESM database. The flatfile has been developed within the Seismology The- matic Core Service of EPOS-IP (European Plate Observing System Implementation Phase) and it is disseminated throughout a web portal (http://esm.mi.ingv.it/flatfile-2018/flatfile. php) for research and technical purposes. The adopted criteria for flatfile compilation aim to collect strong motion data...

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 & ORFEUS Working Group 5
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...

Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani (CPTI15), versione 2.0

Andrea Rovida, Mario Locati, Romano Camassi, Barbara Lolli & Paolo Gasperini
The Italian Parametric Earthquake Catalogue (CPTI, Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani) represents the most extensive and reliable source of parameters for earthquakes in Italy and surrounding areas. CPTI15 is the fourth release of the CPTI series, the first dating back to 1999 (CPTI99), and provides the most advanced and updated sets of macroseismic and instrumental data and parameters, for Italian earthquakes with maximum intensity I ≥ 5 or magnitude Mw ≥ 4.0 in the period...

Database Macrosismico Italiano (DBMI15), versione 2.0

Mario Locati, Romano Camassi, Andrea Rovida, Emanuela Ercolani, Filippo Bernardini, Viviana Castelli, Carlos Héctor Caracciolo, Andrea Tertulliani, Antonio Rossi, Raffaele Azzaro, Salvatore D'Amico & Andrea Antonucci
DBMI15 provides a homogeneous set of macroseismic intensity data collected from several sources, for Italian earthquakes with maximum intensity ≥ 5 in the period 1000-2017. Macroseismic Data Points (MDPs) are collected and organized in DBMI for several scopes. The main goal is to create a homogenous set of data for assessing earthquake parameters (epicentral location and magnitude) for compiling the Parametric Catalogue of Italian Earthquakes (CPTI). The data provided by DBMI are also used for...

Euro-Mediterranean Tsunami Catalogue (EMTC)

Alessandra Maramai, Laura Graziani & Beatriz Brizuela
The Catalogue of Euro-Mediterranean Tsunamis (EMTC2.0), realized in ArcGis online, contains 293 tsunamis and is the updated version of EMTC published in 2014. The Italian section of the database was revised in order to implement the new database of tsunami effects along the Italian coasts (ITED). In order to improve the quality of the data, all the Italian tsunamis of seismic origin have been linked to the Parametric Catalogue of Italian Earthquakes (CPTI15) adopted as...

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

Paola Sbarra, Patrizia Tosi, Valerio De Rubeis & Diego Sorrentino
Database of macroseismic questionnaires filled out by volunteer citizens through the HSIT website. Each line lists the codes of the answers given to the questionnaire from the municipality indicated by the coordinates of its centroid.

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

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3.0.2

DISS Working Group
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...

Catalogo della sismicità italiana 1981-2002: fasi

Barbara Castello, Giulio Selvaggi, Claudio Chiarabba & Alessandro Amato
Unified seismic bulletin of phase-arrivals produced by the national and regional permanent seismic networks in Italy: ABR = Abruzzo Seismic network (sponsored by National Seismic Survey) AGR = Val d'Agri Seismic network, ENI-AGIP CAL = Calabria Seismic network, University of Calabria GEN = IGG Seismic network, University of Genova - Dipteris IBL = Iblei-Poseidon Seismic network, INGV-CT ING = INGV-ONT National Seismic network MAC = Marche Seismic network, OGS Macerata (sponsored by National Seismic Survey)...

Zonazione sismogenetica ZS9

Carlo Meletti, Fabrizio Galadini, Gianluca Valensise, Massimiliano Stucchi, Roberto Basili, Salvatore Barba, Gianfranco Vannucci & Enzo Boschi
ZS9 is a seismic source model for Italy to be used as an input for country-wide probabilistic seismic hazard assessment (PSHA) in the frame of the compilation of the national reference map. ZS9 is made out of 36 zones where earthquakes with Mw > = 5 are expected. It also assumes that earthquakes with Mw up to 5 may occur anywhere outside the seismogenic zones, although the associated probability is rather low. Special care was...

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

Italian Tsunami Effects Database (ITED)

Alessandra Maramai, Laura Graziani & Beatriz Brizuela Reyes
ITED (Italian Tsunami Effects Database) is the first database of descriptions of tsunami effects observed along the Italian coasts from 79 A.D. to date and was created as an extension of the Italian part of EMTC. ITED provides information on how much and how a location has been affected over time by the effects of tsunamis. For each observation point, ITED contains the description of the effects produced by the tsunami, together with the relevant...

Rete del Centro di Microzonazione Sismica (CentroMZ), sequenza sismica del 2016 in Italia Centrale

Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Istituto di Geologia Ambientale e Geoingegneria (CNR-IGAG), Istituto per la Dinamica dei Processi Ambientali (CNR-IDPA), Istituto di Metodologie per l'Analisi Ambientale (CNR-IMAA) & Agenzia Nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l’energia e lo sviluppo economico sostenibile (ENEA)
This seismic network is devoted to site effect studies in the municipalities of Amatrice and Accumoli (Central Italy) affected by the Mw 6.0 Amatrice earthquake (24/08/2016) and the following seismic sequence; it is jointly operated by Italian institutions: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV), Agenzia Nazionale per le nuove tecnologie, l’energia e lo sviluppo economico sostenibile (ENEA), Istituto di Metodologie per l’Analisi Ambientale (IMAA-CNR), Istituto per la Dinamica dei Processi Ambientali (IDPA-CNR) and Istituto...

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.

Pericolosità sismica di riferimento per il territorio nazionale MPS04

Massimiliano Stucchi, Carlo Meletti, Valentina Montaldo, Aybige Akinci, Ezio Faccioli, Paolo Gasperini, Luca Malagnini & Gianluca Valensise
Seismic hazard values are expressed in terms of maximum horizontal component of the expected ground shaking (ag=fraction of gravity acceleration) with 10% probability of exceedance in 50 years, referred to rocky soils (Vs30>800 m/s, class A, paragraph 3.2.1 in Ministerial Decree September 14th 2005). The ag values have been estimated according two grid points not overlapping: a) with step 0.05 degrees, according the requirements of the Ordinance 3519 (Official Gazette n.108, May 11th 2006), with...

Rilievo macrosismico degli effetti prodotti dalla sequenza sismica iniziata il 14 settembre 2003 (Appennino Bolognese)

Filippo Bernardini, Romano Camassi, Viviana Castelli, Emanuela Ercolani, Massimo Frapiccini, Gianfranco Vannucci, Lucian Giovani & Andrea Tertulliani
Macroseismic field survey for the 14 September 2003 earthquake, Appennino bolognese, performed by the QUEST team

Terremoto del 22 agosto 2005 costa laziale

Andrea Tertulliani, Angelo Massucci & Antonio Rossi
Macroseismic field survey for the 22 August 2005 earthquake, Anzio, performed by the QUEST team

Database Macrosismico Italiano (DBMI11)

Mario Locati, Romano Daniele Camassi & Massimiliano Stucchi
DBMI11 is the third public version of the Italian Macroseismic Database, which collects the observations that emerged in publications during the period 2006-2010. This version does not contain the results of some methodological developments carried out within the framework of the EC "SHARE" project (Seismic Hazard Harmonization in Europe); furthermore, it still does not use a considerable amount of new information made available by: Molin et al. (2008); Camassi et al. (2011); the 2009 version...

Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani (CPTI04)

Paolo Gasperini, Romano Camassi, Carmen Mirto & Massimiliano Stucchi
La necessità di aggiornare il Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani CPTI (Gruppo di lavoro CPTI, 1999; di qui in avanti CPTI99), fermo al 1992 e parzialmente lacunoso nella finestra temporale post-1980, è divenuta improrogabile nel momento in cui è stata promossa l'iniziativa per la redazione di una mappa di pericolosità sismica di riferimento per l'individuazione delle zone sismiche, secondo quanto previsto dall'Ordinanza PCM 3274 del 20 marzo 2003 (Gruppo di lavoro MPS, 2004). Nell'ambito di...

Database della pericolosità sismica MPS04

Carlo Meletti, Valentina Montaldo, Massimiliano Stucchi & Francesco Martinelli
The probabilistic seismic hazard maps of the Italian national territory are represented by shaking parameters on a regular grid spaced by 0.05° and using two shaking parameters, PGA (horizontal peak ground acceleration) and Sa(spectral acceleration). Maps in peak ground acceleration (PGA) are evaluated for different probabilities of exceedance in 50 years (9 probabilities, from 2% to 81%). For each evaluation it is available the distribution of the 50th percentile (median map, which is the reference...

Valori di Mmax, di b, completezze. Dati di ingresso per la redazione di MPS04

Massimiliano Stucchi, Carlo Meletti, Valentina Montaldo, Aybige Akinci, Ezio Faccioli, Paolo Gasperini, Luca Malagnini & Gianluca Valensise
The dataset contains some parameters assessed for the computation of the MPS04 seismic hazard model of Italy. The file contains 3 sheets: i) Mmax values (and relevant seismicity rates when Mmax is higher than observations) and b values for each seismic source zone; ii) Completeness intervals estimated with an approach prevalently historical; iii) Completeness intervals estimated with an approach prevalently statistical.

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3.1.1

DISS Working Group
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...

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...

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