Defining a mid-Holocene earthquake through speleoseismological and independent data: implications for the outer Central Apennines (Italy) seismotectonic framework

@article{Domenica2016DefiningAM,
  title={Defining a mid-Holocene earthquake through speleoseismological and independent data: implications for the outer Central Apennines (Italy) seismotectonic framework},
  author={A. D. Domenica and A. Pizzi},
  journal={Solid Earth},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={161-176}
}
Abstract. A speleoseismological study has been conducted in the Cavallone Cave, located in the easternmost carbonate sector of the Central Apennines (Maiella Massif), in a seismically active region interposed between the post-orogenic extensional domain, to the west, and the contractional one, to the east. The occurrence of active silent normal faults , to the west, close to blind thrusts, to the east, raises critical questions about the seismic hazard for this transitional zone. Large… Expand
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