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NTSEQS: catalogue of non-tectonic earthquakes in Central-Eastern Italy, version 2.0

Chiara Ladina, Carlo Calamita, Debora Pantaleo, Simone Marzorati, Marco Cattaneo, Massimo Frapiccini & Giancarlo Monachesi
Quarry explosions and other non-tectonic seismic signals can contaminate seismic catalogues, especially in areas where dense seismic networks allow to detect low energy events. The catalogue Non-Tectonic Source EarthQuakeS (NTSEQS) collect a list of earthquakes like quarry blasts and other anomalous signals in Central-Eastern Italy, an area with a high rate of events of this kind (7901 were detected in the 1996-2021 period). The resulting catalogue NTSEQS is a useful tool for anyone wanting to...

Aeolian Islands Revised Seismic Catalog from 2020 (AeolianRSC2020)

Graziella Barberi, Giuseppe Di Grazia, Ferruccio Ferrari, Elisabetta Giampiccolo, Vincenza Maiolino, Antonino Mostaccio, Carla Musumeci, Antonio Scaltrito, Mariangela Sciotto, Giuseppina Tusa, Tiziana Tuvè & Andrea Ursino
The Aeolian instrumental catalogue collects local earthquakes recorded by the stations belonging to the Permanent Seismic Network run by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia-Osservatorio Etneo (INGV-OE) from January 1, 2020. The earthquakes are localized by an expert scientific staff of analysts working in the seismological division of the INGV-OE which daily recognizes and analyses the seismic events by using several purpose-written softwares. Hypocentral parameters are obtained by using Hypoellipse 2.0 program (Lahr, 1989). The...

geomag /castello tesino/ yearbook / 2019

Guido Dominici & Domenico Di Mauro
Castello Tesino observatory (IAGA code: CTS), established in 1964, is one of the three geomagnetic observatories in Italy operated and maintained by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia. The observatory is located near the homonymous town, 55 km East from the city of Trento (Northern Italy), and it is the main Northern Italy magnetic observatory.

geomag /castello tesino/ yearbook / 2017

Guido Dominici & Domenico Di Mauro
Castello Tesino observatory (IAGA code: CTS), established in 1964, is one of the three geomagnetic observatories in Italy operated and maintained by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia. The observatory is located near the homonymous town, 55 km East from the city of Trento (Northern Italy), and it is the main Northern Italy magnetic observatory.

Hai Sentito Il Terremoto (HSIT) - Macroseismic questionnaire database 2007-2021, version 2

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. Differences from version 1 (MacroseismicIntensities_2007-2021_HSIT_Q.1.csv) - In addition to the inclusion of data for 2019-2021, this version of the database, for earthquakes prior to 2019, may differ in the addition of new questionnaires and the deletion or relocation of questionnaires...

A dataset from a multi-station analysis of volcanic tremor at Mt. Etna, Italy, in 2021 (MAVT2021)

Susanna Falsaperla, Horst Langer, Salvatore Spampinato & Alfio Alex Messina
The dataset refers to seismic data analyses with a machine learning method in 2021, during which 52 lava fountain episodes occurred at Mt. Etna, Italy. These lava fountains were short-lived (a few hours-long) phenomena, which stemmed from the Southeast Crater, the youngest of the summit craters of the volcano. Each episode was preceded, accompanied, and followed by variations in the amplitude and frequency content of the background seismic radiation, the so-called volcanic tremor. In this...

When the hydrophone works as an accelerometer - Event #2 – Southern Tyrrhenian sea – 2016-10-28 20:02:43

Giovanni Iannaccone, Sergio Guardato, Giovanni Macedonio, Laura Beranzoli, Gian Paolo Donnarumma & Rosario Riccio
This repository contains the files of the waveform used in the paper. Data are organized for earthquake following the order reported in the table. N Origin time (UTC) Lat N Lon E Depth (km) Magnitude (Mw) Epicentral distance (km) Geographical area Recording seabed modules 1 2016-10-2619:18:07 42.90 13.09 9.6 5.9 245 Central Italy A, B, C 2 2016-10-2820:02:43 39.27 13.55 481 5.8 170 Southern Tyrrhenian sea B, C 3 2017-03-2521:57:46 41.51 14.99 19.7 3.5 105...

Upward Longwave Irradiance at the Thule High Arctic Atmospheric Observatory (THAAO_ULI)

Daniela Meloni, Alcide Di Sarra, Tatiana Di Iorio, Giandomenico Pace, Giovanni Muscari, Antonio Iaccarino & Filippo Calì Quaglia
Downward-looking radiometers have been installed on July 2016 to collect the upward component of the SW and LW irradiances. Eppley PSP pyranometer and PIR pyrgeometer are located about 100 m West of THAAO on a metal frame at about 2.3 m agl. Electronic levels monitor any possible deviation from the horizontal in the North-South and Est-West directions. See https://www.thuleatmos-it.it/instruments/radiometers for additional details. Radiometers are not ventilated. Data are recorded with a 30 second time step...

Downward Longwave Irradiance at the Thule High Arctic Atmospheric Observatory (THAAO_DLI)

Daniela Meloni, Alcide Di Sarra, Tatiana Di Iorio, Giandomenico Pace, Giovanni Muscari, Antonio Iaccarino & Filippo Calì Quaglia
Measurements of downward shortwave (SW) and longwave (LW) irradiances started in 2009 with the installation of one pyranometer and one pyrgeometer on the roof of building 1971 (about 5 m agl). Different models of instruments have been operated: Eppley PSP and Kipp&Zonen CMP21 pyranometers for SW irradiance, and Eppley PIR and Kipp&Zonen CGR4 pyrgeometers for LW irradiance. See https://www.thuleatmos-it.it/instruments/radiometers for additional details. Radiometers are ventilated to prevent ice/dew formation on their domes. Data are recorded...

BEDMAP3 - Ice thickness, bed and surface elevation for Antarctica - standardised shapefiles and geopackages

Peter Fretwell, Hamish Pritchard, Alice Fremand, Julien Bodart, A. Aitken, Jonathan Bamber, R.E. Bell, C Bianchi, Robert Bingham, Donald Blankenship, G. Casassa, Ginny Catania, K Christianson, H Conway, Hugh Corr, X. Cui, D Damaske, V. Damn, R. Drews, G. Eagles, O. Eisen, H. Eisermann, F Ferraccioli, Rene Forsberg, S Franke … & A. Zirizzotti
We present here the Bedmap3 ice thickness, bed and surface elevation aggregated points and survey lines. The aggregated points consist of statistically-summarised shapefile points (centred on a continent-wide 500 m x 500 m grid) that reports the average values of Antarctic ice thickness, bed and surface elevation from the full-resolution survey data and information on their distribution. The points presented here correspond to the added points since the last release of Bedmap2. The data comes...

Catalogo delle Localizzazioni ASSolute (CLASS)

Diana Latorre, Raffaele Di Stefano, Barbara Castello, Maddalena Michele & Lauro Chiaraluce
CLASS (version 1.0) is a catalogue of the earthquakes that occurred in the Italian peninsula from 1981 to 2018. It is composed of probabilistic locations based on P- and S-arrival times recorded at INGV Seismic Network and other permanent networks in the period 1981-2008, and only at INGV Seismic Network from 2009 to 2018. CLASS 1.0 includes 422,557 hypocenters categorized by quality classification; for 350,312 events a magnitude estimation is attributed. Note that CLASS has...

Rapporto macrosismico sul terremoto del 9/11/2022 della costa Marchigiana

Andrea Tertulliani, Andrea Antonucci, Michele Berardi, Alessandra Borghi, Giulio Brunelli, Carlos Héctor Caracciolo, Corrado Castellano, Vera D'Amico, Sergio Del Mese, Emanuela Ercolani, Silvia Filosa, Laura Graziani, Salomon Hailemikael, Andrea Rovida, Paola Vannoli, Letizia Anderlini, Luca Arcoraci, Raffaele Azzaro, Filippo Bernardini, Viviana Castelli, Antonio Fodarella, Tiziana Lanza, Alessandra Maramai & Stefania Pinzi
QUEST macroseismic campaign report following the 9/11/2022 Mw 5.5 Marche earthquake

Etna Glass analyses May-October2021 (GMCET_MO2021)

Lucia Miraglia
The database consist of glass compositions (major elements) of pyroclasts sampled at Etna from May to October 2021 during the INGV-OE petrologic monitoring activity.

Parametric table of the ITA18 GMM for PGA, PGV and Spectral Acceleration ordinates

Giovanni Lanzano, Fadel Ramadan, Lucia Luzi, Sara Sgobba, Chiara Felicetta, Francesca Pacor, Maria Clara D'Amico, Rodolfo Puglia & Emiliano Russo
The ITA18 flatfile is a parametric table which contains verified and reliable metadata and intensity measures of manually processed waveforms used to derive the ITA18 ground motion model (Lanzano et al. 2019a). The flat-file is constituted by the data included in ITACA v2.3 up to 2018 December 31st. Moreover, it is integrated with records of 12 wordwide (global) events (3 Turkey, 2 Japan, 2 New Zealend, 2 California, 1 Iceland, 1 Iran, and 1 Greece)....

ITACAext flatfile: parametric table of metadata and strong motion intensity measures

Giulio Brunelli, Giovanni Lanzano, Maria Clara D'Amico, Chiara Felicetta, Lucia Luzi, Claudia Mascandola, Francesca Pacor, Emiliano Russo & Sara Sgobba
The ITACAext flat-file is a parametric table containing metadata and intensity measures of manually processed waveforms, relevant for the analysis of the ground-motion in Italy. The flat-file is constituted by the data included in ITACA3.2 up to 2020 December 31st. Moreover, it is integrated with velocimetry records of about 120 events of small magnitude in the less sampled areas in Italy (e.g., Liguria, Piedmont, and western Sicily), taking care to exclude recordings affected by instrument...

geomag /castello tesino/ yearbook / 2018

Guido Dominici & Domenico Di Mauro
Castello Tesino observatory (IAGA code: CTS), established in 1964, is one of the three geomagnetic observatories in Italy operated and maintained by the Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia. The observatory is located near the homonymous town, 55 km East from the city of Trento (Northern Italy), and it is the main Northern Italy magnetic observatory.

Catalogo Parametrico dei Terremoti Italiani (CPTI15), versione 4.0

Andrea Rovida, Mario Locati, Romano Camassi, Barbara Lolli, Paolo Gasperini & Andrea Antonucci
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 generation 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...

geomag /lampedusa/ yearbook / 2019

Guido Dominici, Paolo Bagiacchi, Stefania Lepidi, Domenico Di Mauro & Michele Di Savino
Lampedusa observatory (IAGA code: LMP), established in 2005 is one of the three geomagnetic observatories in Italy, operated and mantained by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV). The observatory is located in a protected natural reserve at Lampedusa (Sicily), a small island in the southernmost part of Italy, located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea.

Hai Sentito Il Terremoto (HSIT) - Macroseismic intensity database 2007-2021, version 2

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. Differences from version 1 (MacroseismicIntensities_2007-2021_HSIT_I.1.csv) - In addition to the inclusion of data for 2019-2021, some intensities of previous earthquakes are slightly changed in this...

Bollettino Sismico Italiano (BSI), II quadrimestre 2021

Barbara Castello, Patrizia Battelli, Michele Berardi, Giorgio Modica, Anna Nardi, Giuliana Rosaria Mele, Corrado Castellano, Luca Arcoraci, Arianna Lisi & Anna Maria Lombardi
Bollettino Sismico Italiano, II quadrimestre 2021, version 1.0 contains 5982 earthquake locations in the Italian region and in the border region in the time frame between 01-05-2021 and 31-08-2021. Data used have been recorded by the National Seismic Network, operated by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) and regional and international networks operated by several providers. The BSI analysts revised event with M>=1.5 (1605), 25 of them whit a M>=3.5; to locate the earthquakes...

BEDMAP2 - Ice thickness, bed and surface elevation for Antarctica - gridding products

Peter Fretwell, Hamish Pritchard, David Vaughan, Jonathan Bamber, N. Barrand, R.E. Bell, C Bianchi, Robert Bingham, Donald Blankenship, G. Casassa, Ginny Catania, D. Callens, H Conway, Alison Cook, Hugh Corr, D Damaske, V. Damn, Fausto Ferraccioli, Rene Forsberg, S. Fujita, Y. Gim, P. Gogineni, J. Griggs, Richard Hindmarsh, P. Holmlund … & A. Zirizzotti
We present here Bedmap2 (2013), a suite of gridded products describing surface elevation, ice-thickness and the sea floor and subglacial bed elevation of the Antarctic south of 60deg S. We derived these products using data from a variety of sources, including many substantial surveys completed since the original Bedmap compilation (Bedmap1) in 2001. In particular, the Bedmap2 ice thickness grid is made from 25 million measurements, over two orders of magnitude more than were used...

Downward Shortwave Irradiance at the Thule High Arctic Atmospheric Observatory (THAAO_DSI)

Daniela Meloni, Alcide Di Sarra, Tatiana Di Iorio, Giandomenico Pace, Giovanni Muscari, Antonio Iaccarino & Filippo Calì Quaglia
Measurements of downward shortwave (SW) and longwave (LW) irradiances started in 2009 with the installation of one pyranometer and one pyrgeometer on the roof of building 1971 (about 5 m agl). Different models of instruments have been operated: Eppley PSP and Kipp&Zonen CMP21 pyranometers for SW irradiance, and Eppley PIR and Kipp&Zonen CGR4 pyrgeometers for LW irradiance. See https://www.thuleatmos-it.it/instruments/radiometers for additional details. Radiometers are ventilated to prevent ice/dew formation on their domes. Data are recorded...

Seismic Data acquired by the SISMIKO Emergency Group - Northern Marche Coast - Italy 2022 - T17

Ezio D'Alema, Salvatore Claudio Alparone, Paolo Augliera, Damiano Biagini, Carlo Calamita, Angelo Castagnozzi, Adriano Cavaliere, Antonio Costanzo, Emiliano Della Bina, Stefano Farroni, Danilo Galluzzo, Andrea Gasparini, Chiara Ladina, Valentino Lauciani, Alfonso Giovanni Mandiello, Lucia Margheriti, Simone Marzorati, Milena Moretti, Debora Pantaleo, Marina Pastori, Davide Piccinini, Simone Salimbeni, Laura Scognamiglio, Lucia Zaccarelli & Luciano Zuccarello
On November 9, 2022, at 06:07 UTC, an earthquake of ML 5.7 (Mw 5.5) occurred off the northern Marche coast, Italy (http://terremoti.ingv.it/en/event/33301831). The earthquake caused no victims, but a lot of fear among the population: schools closed and numerous checks in strategic structures of the Region. A few minutes after the earthquake occurred, the SISMIKO operational group, the coordination of the INGV emergency seismic networks, was activated. SISMIKO has prepared and carried out in the...

ITACAs2s flatfile: table of site response spectral curves of the Italian recording stations

Giovanni Lanzano, Giulio Brunelli, Maria Clara D'Amico, Chiara Felicetta, Lucia Luzi, Claudia Mascandola, Francesca Pacor, Emiliano Russo & Sara Sgobba
The ITACAs2s flat-file is a parametric table containing the repeatable site terms δS2S (Al-Atik et al., 2010) and the associated variabilities, evaluated with respect to the ITA18 ground-motion model (Lanzano et al., 2019) for acceleration spectral ordinates (SA, 5% damping). These terms quantify the systematic deviations between observed ground-motion and predictions at a site. They are estimated in two ways (Lanzano et al. 2020): i) δS2S800: with respect to generic rock condition of ITA18-SA, i.e.,...

geomag /duronia/ yearbook / 2011

Stefania Lepidi & Paolo Palangio
Duronia observatory is one of the three geomagnetic observatories in Italy operated and mantained by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia(INGV). The observatory is located near Duronia, a small village in Molise, in central Italy.

Registration Year

  • 2022
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Resource Types

  • Dataset
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Affiliations

  • Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)
    61
  • University of Edinburgh
    6
  • Earth and Space Sciences, University of Washington
    5
  • Institute for Geophysics, Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas
    5
  • Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia
    5
  • NASA Wallops Flight Facility
    5
  • Centro de Estudios Cientificos
    5
  • NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    5
  • Institute for Geology and Mineral Resources of the World Ocean
    5
  • Newcastle University
    5