A critical revision of the seismicity of Northern Apulia (Adriatic microplate — Southern Italy) and implicationsfor the identification of seismogenic structures

@inproceedings{Gaudio2007ACR,
  title={A critical revision of the seismicity of Northern Apulia (Adriatic microplate — Southern Italy) and implicationsfor the identification of seismogenic structures},
  author={Vincenzo Del Gaudio and P. Pierri and A. Frepoli and Giuseppina Calcagnile and Nicola Venisti and Giovanni Battista Cimini},
  year={2007}
}
Abstract Northern Apulia is an emerged portion of the Adriatic microplate, representing the foreland–foredeep area of a stretch of the Apennine chain in southern Italy. The interaction between the relatively rigid microplate and the contiguous more deformable domains is responsible for the intense seismicity affecting the chain area. However strong, sometimes even disastrous, earthquakes have also hit northern Apulia on several occasions. The identification of the causative faults of such… CONTINUE READING

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