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Earthquake Disaster Scenario Prediction and Loss Modelling for Urban Areas
LessLoss - Risk Mitigation for Earthquakes and Landslides, SP10 "Earthquake Scenarios, Loss Modelling and Mitigation for Urban Areas" (coord. R.Spence). EC Project -Sixth Framework Programme.Expand
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Loss estimation in Istanbul based on deterministic earthquake scenarios of the Marmara Sea region (Turkey)
Abstract The rapid urban development in Istanbul has lead to an increase in the exposure levels of the urban vulnerability. Due to the steadily increasing population, with improper land-use planning,Expand
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The 24 August 2016 Amatrice earthquake: macroseismic survey in the damage area and EMS intensity assessment
The 24 August 2016 earthquake very heavily struck the central sector of the Apennines among the Lazio,Umbria, Marche and Abruzzi regions, devastating the town of Amatrice, the nearby villages andExpand
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A WebGis tool for seismic hazard scenarios and risk analysis
The WebGis development represents a natural answer to the growing requests for dissemination and use of geographical information data. WebGis originates from a combination of web technology and theExpand
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The recording stations of the Italian strong motion network: geological information and site classification
One of the main objectives of the ITACA (ITalian ACcelerometric Archive) strong motion database, promoted by the Italian Department of Civil Protection, was to improve the characterization of theExpand
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A GIS procedure for fast topographic characterization of seismic recording stations
Abstract Morphometric analyses of high resolution digital elevation models (DEM), with the support of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), have been implemented to provide a practical tool for theExpand
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A fast topographic characterization of seismic station locations in Iran through integrated use of digital elevation models and GIS
We present topographic slope positions of seismic stations within four independent networks (IGUT, IIEES, GSI, and BHRC) in Iran through integrated use of digital elevation models and GIS. SinceExpand
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The revision of the 30 October 1901 earthquake, west of Lake Garda (northern Italy)
On November 24, 2004 an earthquake (Mw= 5.0) struck the west side of Lake Garda (northern Italy), producing moderate but widespread damage. It provided the opportunity of reviewing the seismicity ofExpand
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Damage distribution and seismological model of the November 24, 2004, Salo' (Northern Italy) earthquake
The West side of lake of Garda, in Northern Italy, was struck by a ML=5.2 earthquake on November 24, 2004. The felt area is rather large (from Venice to Milan) and the damaged area consists of 66Expand
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