Articles | Volume 12, issue 1
Data description paper 04 Mar 2020
Data description paper | 04 Mar 2020
The INSIEME seismic network: a research infrastructure for studying induced seismicity in the High Agri Valley (southern Italy)
Tony Alfredo Stabile et al.
M. Balasco, A. Giocoli, S. Piscitelli, G. Romano, A. Siniscalchi, T. A. Stabile, and S. Tripaldi
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 843–852,
A. Giocoli, T. A. Stabile, I. Adurno, A. Perrone, M. R. Gallipoli, E. Gueguen, E. Norelli, and S. Piscitelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 315–323,
Laura Peruzza, Alessandra Schibuola, Maria Adelaide Romano, Marco Garbin, Mariangela Guidarelli, Denis Sandron, and Enrico Priolo
Solid Earth, 12, 2021–2039,Short summary
In weakly seismic or poorly monitored areas, the uncritical use of earthquake catalogues can be misleading. This is the case for a central sector in the Po Valley, where the Northern Apennines and Southern Alps collide. We collect and reprocess the available instrumental data of about 300 earthquakes from 1951 to 2019. The seismicity is weak, deeper than expected, and far from some existing human activities carried out underground. The potential tectonic causative sources are still unknown.
Jann Schrod, Erik S. Thomson, Daniel Weber, Jens Kossmann, Christopher Pöhlker, Jorge Saturno, Florian Ditas, Paulo Artaxo, Valérie Clouard, Jean-Marie Saurel, Martin Ebert, Joachim Curtius, and Heinz G. Bingemer
Atmos. Chem. Phys., 20, 15983–16006,Short summary
Long-term ice-nucleating particle (INP) data are presented from four semi-pristine sites located in the Amazon, the Caribbean, Germany and the Arctic. Average INP concentrations did not differ by orders of magnitude between the sites. For all sites short-term variability dominated the time series, which lacked clear trends and seasonalities. Common drivers to explain the INP levels and their variations could not be identified, illustrating the complex nature of heterogeneous ice nucleation.
Peter Klin, Giovanna Laurenzano, Maria Adelaide Romano, Enrico Priolo, and Luca Martelli
Solid Earth, 10, 931–949,Short summary
Using geological and geophysical data, we set up a 3-D digital description of the underground structure in the central part of the Po alluvial plain. By means of computer-simulated propagation of seismic waves, we were able to identify the structural features that caused the unexpected elongation and amplification of the earthquake ground motion that was observed in the area during the 2012 seismic crisis. The study permits a deeper understanding of the seismic hazard in alluvial basins.
Domenico Cimini, James Hocking, Francesco De Angelis, Angela Cersosimo, Francesco Di Paola, Donatello Gallucci, Sabrina Gentile, Edoardo Geraldi, Salvatore Larosa, Saverio Nilo, Filomena Romano, Elisabetta Ricciardelli, Ermann Ripepi, Mariassunta Viggiano, Lorenzo Luini, Carlo Riva, Frank S. Marzano, Pauline Martinet, Yun Young Song, Myoung Hwan Ahn, and Philip W. Rosenkranz
Geosci. Model Dev., 12, 1833–1845,Short summary
The fast radiative transfer model RTTOV-gb was developed to foster ground-based microwave radiometer data assimilation into numerical weather prediction models, as introduced in a companion paper (https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-9-2721-2016). Here we present the updates and new features of the current version (v1.0), which is freely accessible online.
Jessica Bellanova, Giuseppe Calamita, Alessandro Giocoli, Raffaele Luongo, Angela Perrone, Vincenzo Lapenna, and Sabatino Piscitelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci. Discuss.,
Revised manuscript not accepted
E. Gueguen, M. Bentivenga, R. Colaiacovo, S. Margiotta, V. Summa, and I. Adurno
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 2585–2595,Short summary
A landslide, to the west of Montemurro (southern Italy), has recently caused damage to buildings and other infrastructure in an urbanized area. In this paper, we present the results of a study carried out using field surveys, geognostic investigations and TDR measurements in order to reconstruct the stratigraphy of the sediments involved and to further understand the geological and geomorphological context of the slope.
M. Balasco, A. Giocoli, S. Piscitelli, G. Romano, A. Siniscalchi, T. A. Stabile, and S. Tripaldi
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 843–852,
A. Anglade, A. Lemarchand, J.-M. Saurel, V. Clouard, M.-P. Bouin, J.-B. De Chabalier, S. Tait, C. Brunet, A. Nercessian, F. Beauducel, R. Robertson, L. Lynch, M. Higgins, and J. Latchman
Adv. Geosci., 40, 43–50,Short summary
Modernization of an arc scale seismic network in the Lesser Antilles.
A. Giocoli, T. A. Stabile, I. Adurno, A. Perrone, M. R. Gallipoli, E. Gueguen, E. Norelli, and S. Piscitelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 15, 315–323,
A. Manconi, F. Casu, F. Ardizzone, M. Bonano, M. Cardinali, C. De Luca, E. Gueguen, I. Marchesini, M. Parise, C. Vennari, R. Lanari, and F. Guzzetti
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 14, 1835–1841,
D. Pesaresi, M. Romanelli, C. Barnaba, P. L. Bragato, and G. Durì
Adv. Geosci., 36, 61–67,
A. Giocoli, B. Quadrio, J. Bellanova, V. Lapenna, and S. Piscitelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 14, 731–737,
M. A. Romano, R. de Nardis, M. Garbin, L. Peruzza, E. Priolo, G. Lavecchia, and M. Romanelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 13, 2727–2744,
R. Ditommaso, M. Vona, M. R. Gallipoli, and M. Mucciarelli
Nat. Hazards Earth Syst. Sci., 13, 1903–1912,
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This paper presents data collected by a seismic network developed in the framework of the INSIEME project aimed to study induced seismicity processes. The network is composed of eight stations deployed around two clusters of induced microearthquakes in the High Agri Valley (southern Italy). The solutions for reducing the background noise level are presented and the quality of acquired data is discussed. Such open-access data can be used by the scientific community for different applications.
This paper presents data collected by a seismic network developed in the framework of the...