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CUBIT and Seismic Wave Propagation Based Upon the Spectral-Element Method: An Advanced Unstructured Mesher for Complex 3D Geological Media
TLDR
We present some examples of seismic wave propagation in complex geological models, automatically meshed on a parallel machine based upon CUBIT, an advanced 3D unstructured hexahedral mesh generator that offers new opportunities for seismologist to design, assess, and improve the quality of a mesh in terms of both geometrical and numerical accuracy. Expand
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Postseismic deformation in Chile: Constraints on the asthenospheric viscosity
By means of a spherical Earth model with Maxwell rheology, an analysis of the postseismic deformation field due to the viscoelastic relaxation of the mantle and asthenosphere following the great 1960Expand
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Modeling the stress variations induced by great earthquakes on the largest volcanic eruptions of the 20th century
[1] One of the most recent novelties in volcanology is the finding of a statistically significant influence of remote strong earthquakes on the largest explosive eruptions of the last century. Here,Expand
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A gas/aerosol air pollutants study over the urban area of Rome using a comprehensive chemical transport model
Abstract The aim of this study was to identify areas of potential relevant exposure to pollutants within Rome's urban core. To meet this goal, intensive field campaigns were conducted and simulationsExpand
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Spectral‐Element Simulations of Seismic Waves Generated by the 2009 L’Aquila Earthquake
Abstract We adopt a spectral‐element method (SEM) to perform numerical simulations of the complex wavefield generated by the 6 April 2009 M w  6.3 L’Aquila earthquake in central Italy. The mainshockExpand
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GIS based assessment of the spatial representativeness of air quality monitoring stations using pollutant emissions data
Abstract Spatial representativeness of air quality monitoring stations is a critical parameter when choosing location of sites and assessing effects on population to long term exposure to airExpand
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Global postseismic rebound of a viscoelastic Earth: Theory for finite faults and application to the 1964 Alaska earthquake
A spherically symmetric Earth model with viscoelastic rheology is used to study the postseismic rebound associated with finite lithospheric dislocations. We perform a systematic study of surfaceExpand
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Italian Radon mOnitoring Network (IRON): A permanent network for near real-time monitoring of soil radon emission in Italy
We introduce the Italian Radon mOnitoring Network (IRON): a new nationwide permanent network for near real-time measurements of soil radon emissions in Italy. Deployed over the last 8 years,Expand
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Global post-seismic deformation
SUMMARY We quantify the effects of post-seismic deformation on the radial and horizontal components of the displacement, in the near- and far-field of strike- and dip-slip point dislocations;Expand
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Modeling Earth's post‐glacial rebound
Efforts to mathematically model the Earth's post-glacial rebound, or, in general, long-term planetary-scale viscoelastic deformations, have been ongoing for several decades. Unfortunately, researchExpand
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