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European macroseismic scale 1998 : EMS-98

  title={European macroseismic scale 1998 : EMS-98},
  author={Gottfried Gr{\"u}nthal},
Applying Simulated Seismic Damage Scenarios in the Volcanic Region of Mount Etna (Sicily): A Case-Study From the MW 4.9, 2018 Earthquake
An application for a quick earthquake damage scenario assessment is here presented as a potential tool for planning prevention actions or managing seismic emergencies in the volcanic region of Mt.
Evaluation of macroseismic intensity, strong ground motion pattern and fault model of the 19 July 2019 Mw5.1 earthquake west of Athens
This paper presents a joint analysis of instrumental and macroseismic data regarding the 19 July 2019, Greece Mw5.1 earthquake occurred west of Athens. This earthquake ruptured a blind, south-dipping
A estabilidade estrutural e a vulnerabilidade dos edifícios em centros históricos face ao risco sísmico
Several cities in Europe are coming around to a culture of risk-integrated management and assessment at national and city scale. Risk management is a process that covers a series of actions that
A Geospatial Decision Support Tool for Seismic Risk Management: Florence (Italy) Case Study
A Decision Support System DSS developed by ENEA, APIC Lab, in the framework of the EU-funded project CIPRNet was used to simulate the seismic and impact scenarios for two major historical earthquakes felt in Florence, to assess the earthquake-induced damage at single building level, and the relative expected consequences on population.
Historical earthquake research in Austria
Austria has a moderate seismicity, and on average the population feels 40 earthquakes per year or approximately three earthquakes per month. A severe earthquake with light building damage is expected
Exploring the feasibility of a nationwide earthquake early warning system in Italy
When accompanied by appropriate training and preparedness of a population, Earthquake Early Warning Systems (EEWS) are effective and viable tools for the real‐time reduction of societal exposure to
Parametric model for capacity curves
A parametric model for capacity curves and capacity spectra is proposed. The capacity curve is considered to be composed of a linear part and a nonlinear part. The normalized nonlinear part is
Ground motion amplification due to shallow cavities in nonlinear soils
Subsurface cavities or stiff inclusions represent mechanical discontinuities for seismic waves propagating in soils. They modify the propagation pattern of seismic waves and alter soil response in
Buried active faults in the Zafferana Etnea territory (south-eastern flank of Mt. Etna): geometry and kinematics by earthquake relocation and focal mechanisms
We relocated seismicity that occurred from 2000 to 2005 inside a sector of Mt. Etna, comprising the town of Zafferana Etnea, using the double-difference technique. This approach revealed some spatial