Technologies and new approaches used by the INGV EMERGEO Working Group for real-time data sourcing and processing during the Emilia Romagna (northern Italy) 2012 earthquake sequence

@article{Alessio2012TechnologiesAN,
  title={Technologies and new approaches used by the INGV EMERGEO Working Group for real-time data sourcing and processing during the Emilia Romagna (northern Italy) 2012 earthquake sequence},
  author={G. Alessio and L. Alfonsi and C. A. Brunori and P. Burrato and G. Casula and F. Cinti and R. Civico and L. Colini and L. Cucci and P. Martini and E. Falcucci and F. Galadini and G. Gaudiosi and S. Gori and M. T. Mariucci and P. Montone and M. Moro and R. Nappi and Anna Nardi and R. Nave and D. Pantosti and A. Patera and A. Pesci and M. Pignone and S. Pinzi and S. Pucci and P. Vannoli and A. Venuti and F. Villani},
  journal={Annals of Geophysics},
  year={2012},
  volume={55}
}
On May 20, 2012, a Ml 5.9 seismic event hit the Emilia Po Plain, triggering intense earthquake activity along a broad area of the Po Plain across the provinces of Modena, Ferrara, Rovigo and Mantova (Figure 1). Nine days later, on May 29, 2012, a Ml 5.8 event occurred roughly 10 km to the SW of the first main shock. These events caused widespread damage and resulted in 26 victims. The aftershock area extended over more than 50 km and was elongated in the WNW-ESE direction, and it included five… Expand
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