Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), Version 3.0.2: A compilation of potential sources for earthquakes larger than M 5.5 in Italy and surrounding areas

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...

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Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), Version 3.0.3: A compilation of potential sources for earthquakes larger than M 5.5 in Italy and surrounding areas

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...

Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), Version 3.0.1: A compilation of potential sources for earthquakes larger than M 5.5 in Italy and surrounding areas

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...

Resource Types

  • Dataset
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Publication Year

  • 2007
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  • 2005
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Data Centers

  • Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
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