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https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2024-185
https://doi.org/10.5194/essd-2024-185
27 Jun 2024
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MUDA: dynamic geophysical and geochemical MUltiparametric DAtabase

Marco Massa, Andrea Luca Rizzo, Davide Scafidi, Elisa Ferrari, Sara Lovati, Lucia Luzi, and the MUDA working group

Abstract. In this paper, the new dynamic geophysical and geochemical MUltiparametric DAtabase (MUDA) is presented. MUDA is a new infrastructure of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV), published on-line in December 2023, with the aim of archiving and disseminating multiparametric data collected by multidisciplinary monitoring networks. MUDA is a MySQL relational database with a web interface developed in php, aimed at investigating in quasi real time possible correlations between seismic phenomena and variations in endogenous and environmental parameters. At present, MUDA collects data from different types of sensors such as hydrogeochemical probes for physical-chemical parameters in waters, meteorological stations, detectors of air Radon concentration, diffusive flux of carbon dioxide (CO2) and seismometers belonging both to the National Seismic Network of INGV and to temporary networks installed in the framework of multidisciplinary research projects. MUDA daily publishes data updated to the previous day and offers the chance to view and download multiparametric time series selected for different time periods. The resultant dataset provides broad perspectives in the framework of future high frequency and continuous multiparametric monitorings as a starting point to identify possible seismic precursors for short-term earthquake forecasting. MUDA is now quoted with the Digital Object Identifier https://doi.org/10.13127/muda (Massa et al., 2023).

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Marco Massa, Andrea Luca Rizzo, Davide Scafidi, Elisa Ferrari, Sara Lovati, Lucia Luzi, and the MUDA working group

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Marco Massa, Andrea Luca Rizzo, Davide Scafidi, Elisa Ferrari, Sara Lovati, Lucia Luzi, and the MUDA working group

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Marco Massa, Andrea Luca Rizzo, Davide Scafidi, Elisa Ferrari, Sara Lovati, Lucia Luzi, and the MUDA working group

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MUDA (geophysical and geochemical MUltiparametric DAtabase) is a new infrastructure of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology serving geophysical and geochemical multiparametric data. MUDA collects information from different sensors, such as seismometers, accelerometers, hydrogeochemical sensors, meteorological stations and sensors for flux of carbon dioxide and Radon gas with the aim of making correlations between seismic phenomena and variations in environmental parameters.
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