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The Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3: Summarizing 20 years of research on Italy's earthquake geology
Abstract This paper describes the main characteristics, the evolution, and the structure of the Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS) and particularly of its release of early 2007. TheExpand
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Earthquake‐generated tsunamis in the Mediterranean Sea: Scenarios of potential threats to Southern Italy
Italian Civil Defense; Project “Development of new technologies for the protection of the Italian territory from natural hazards” funded by the Italian Ministry of University and Research
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Regional gravity anomaly map and crustal model of the Central–Southern Apennines (Italy)
Abstract The deep structures of the Central–Southern Apennines are analysed on the basis of the regional component of gravity anomalies, obtained applying a stripping technique. This procedure allowsExpand
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Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (version 3.0.2): A compilation of potential sources for earthquakes larger than M 5.5 in Italy and surrounding areas.
This version incorporates several updated sources and a few new sources based on the outcomes of the EC-funded projects SHARE and GeoMol, on the SIGMA project funded by EDF, Areva, CEA (France) andExpand
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Quantification of source uncertainties in Seismic Probabilistic Tsunami Hazard Analysis (SPTHA)
This article has been accepted for publication in Geophysical Journal Internationa ©: 2016 Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of the Royal Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.
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Ups and downs in western Crete (Hellenic subduction zone)
Studies of past sea-level markers are commonly used to unveil the tectonic history and seismic behavior of subduction zones. We present new evidence on vertical motions of the Hellenic subductionExpand
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The Calabrian Arc: three-dimensional modelling of the subduction interface
The Calabrian Arc is a one-of-a-kind subduction zone, featuring one of the shortest slab segments (<150 km), one of the thickest accretionary wedges, and one of the oldest oceanic crust in the world.Expand
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Integrating geologic fault data into tsunami hazard studies
Abstract. We present the realization of a fault-source data set designed to become the starting point in regional-scale tsunami hazard studies. Our approach focuses on the parametric faultExpand
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