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CFTI4Med, Catalogue of Strong Earthquakes in Italy (461 B.C.-1997) and Mediterranean Area (760 B.C.-1500)
Catalogue of Italian 461 B.C.-1997 (Italy), and of Mediterranean (760 B.C.-1500) historical earthquakes using a web-GIS interface.
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Tsunami Hazard Evaluation of the Eastern Mediterranean: Historical Analysis and Selected Modeling
Seismic sea waves in the eastern Mediterranean have been reported since written history first emerged several thousand years ago. We collected and investigated these ancient and modern reports toExpand
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Flood Events of Selected European Rivers in the Sixteenth Century
The severity and frequency of sixteenth-century floods of the Rhine, the Main, the middle and upper Elbe with its tributaries, rivers of northern and central Italy, the Garonne and rivers inExpand
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The large earthquake of 8 August 1303 in Crete: seismic scenario and tsunami in the Mediterranean area
By conducting a historical review of this large seismic event in the Mediterranean, it has been possible to identify both the epicentral area and the area in which its effects were principally felt.Expand
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The “exceptional” earthquake of 3 January 1117 in the Verona area (northern Italy): A critical time review and detection of two lost earthquakes (lower Germany and Tuscany)
In the seismological literature the 3 January 1117 earthquake represents an interesting case study, both for the sheer size of the area in which that event is recorded by the monastic sources of theExpand
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Seismic effects of the strongest historical earthquak in the Syracuse area
The effects of earthquakes that occurred in a given area contribute significantly to the evaluation of to local seismic hazard. The information concerning historical earthquakes of the MediterraneanExpand
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Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past: A Guide to Techniques in Historical Seismology
Part I. Defining Historical Seismology: 1. What is historical seismology? 2. The importance of historical earthquake and tsunami data Part II. Issues Concerning the Interpretation of HistoricalExpand
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