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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 285–299.
...Camillo Nuti; Silvia Santini; Ivo Vanzi The earthquake of October 31, 2002, inflicted moderate damage on the region of Molise in southern Italy. However, it attracted much attention because almost all the victims were children killed in the structural failure of their primary school. This paper...
Journal Article
Published: 01 October 2004
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2004) 94 (5): 1943–1953.
... advantage of the peculiar damage that occurred in the town of Bonefro (Italy) during the Molise, 2002, seismic sequence. On 31 October and 1 November 2002, two earthquakes, M 5.4 and M 5.3, hit the area at the border between Molise and Puglia in southern Italy. The distribution of the observed...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 107–118.
...; and the northeastern side of the village shows a site response at a fundamental frequency between 2–3 Hz. Analysis of Site Ampli cation Phenomena: An Application in Ripabottoni for the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Marco Massa,a) Gabriele Ferretti,a) Andrea Cevasco,a) Luana Isella,a) and Claudio Evaa) The geophysical...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 221–255.
..., Earthquake Luis D. Decanini,a) Adriano De Sortis,b) Agostino Goretti,b) Laura Liberatore,a) Fabrizio Mollaioli,a) and Paolo Bazzurro,c) M.EERI About 10% of the almost 20,000 buildings damaged by the 2002 Molise, Italy, seismic sequence were reinforced concrete (RC). The most frequent type of damage affected...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 301–314.
... During the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Alessandro Rasulo,a) M.EERI, Agostino Goretti,b) and Camillo Nutic) The Molise earthquake affected a wide rural area with sparse houses, villages and towns. The paper investigates the response of water, electric power, telecommunications, natural gas, rail...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 167–190.
...Agostino Goretti; Giacomo Di Pasquale Shortly after the October 31, 2002, Molise, Italy, earthquake, a widespread fitness-for-service and building damage assessment was launched. In two months, more than 23,000 buildings were inspected using a standardized damage assessment form. As many as 100...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 23–37.
... explain several large yet poorly understood historical earthquakes (e.g., 1361, 1456, 1731, 1930) located between the crest of the Apennines and the Adriatic coastline. Seismology and Tectonic Setting of the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Gianluca Valensise,a) Daniela Pantosti,a) and Roberto Basilia) Two...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 1–22.
...Joe Maffei, M.EERI; Paolo Bazzurro, M.EERI On October 31 and November 1, 2002, two magnitude M w 5.7 earthquakes struck the rural Molise region in southeastern Italy killing 30 people, 27 of whom were children trapped in the collapse of an elementary school. This paper summarizes the earthquake's...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 271–283.
...Sergio Lagomarsino; Stefano Podestà The 2002 Molise, Italy, earthquake sequence shocked the Italian public because it killed school children, but it also highlighted the fact that seismic vulnerability of historic masonry buildings has increased because of reinforcement work that has been done...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 53–64.
...Emilio Casciello; Massimo Cesarano; Giuseppe Naso; Gerardo Pappone; Carmen Rosskopf The small village of San Giuliano di Puglia sustained the most severe damage from the Molise earthquake sequence of 2002. This study involved detailed geological and geomorphological mapping and is supported...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 323–339.
... Management, Recovery, and Reconstruction Following the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Barbara Fostera) and Sandro Kodamab) The Molise earthquake received widespread attention within Italy because of its devastating impact on the residents and on the economy of the sparsely populated regions of Molise...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 81–93.
...Maria Rosaria Gallipoli; Marco Mucciarelli, M.EERI; Salvatore Gallicchio; Marcello Tropeano; Carmine Lizza Following the 2002 Molise, Italy, earthquake, we performed a set of horizontal to vertical spectral ratio (HVSR) measurements in the damaged area. We recorded microtremors in all...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 39–52.
... the Gargano area. © 2004 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute 2004 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute Macroseismic Survey of the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake and Historical Seismicity of San Giuliano di Puglia Paolo Gallia) and Diego Molina) The eastern Molise earthquake had an epicentral...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 257–270.
... to structural types, construction phases, and location. Performance of School Buildings during the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Nicola Augenti,a) Edoardo Cosenza,a) Mauro Dolce,b) Gaetano Manfredi,a) Angelo Masi,b) and Linda Samelab) The authors inspected approximately 300 primary and secondary schools in 87...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 315–321.
... forces that affect loss reduction, response, and recovery. This paper uses a geographic perspective to situate the communities most affected by the 2002 Molise, Italy, event. This area of Italy is characterized by economic underdevelopment, an aging population, and out-migration. The earthquake effects...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 119–130.
...Luana Isella; Stefano Podestà; Sonia Resemini; Marco Pasta; Claudio Eva After the main shocks of the 2002 Molise, Italy, earthquake sequence, the University of Genoa Geophysical Section (Dip. Te. Ris) installed a temporary seismic network, composed of two velocimetric and two accelerometric...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 65–79.
...Antonella Gorini; Sandro Marcucci; Paolo Marsan; Giuliano Milana The far field radiation inferred from accelerometric data recorded by the Italian Strong Motion Network (RAN) during the October 31, 2002, Molise, Italy, earthquake indicates a strong anisotropy in PGA distribution that presents its...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 131–165.
...Luis Decanini; Giacomo Di Pasquale; Paolo Galli; Fabrizio Mollaioli; Tito Sanò In 1998, a new system of seismic classification promoted by the Department of Civil Protection identified the area in Italy hit by the 2002 earthquake in Molise and Puglia as a Zone 2 (moderately seismic). However...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 95–105.
...Francesca Bozzano; Salvatore Martino; Giuseppe Naso; Alberto Prestininzi; Roberto Walter Romeo; Gabriele Scarascia Mugnozza The 2002 Molise, Italy, earthquake triggered a deep planar earthslide about 38 km away from the epicenter, mainly involving scaly clay shales and related weathered material...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2004
Earthquake Spectra (2004) 20 (1_suppl): 341–358.
...-being of the people and the community. © 2004 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute 2004 Earthquake Engineering Research Institute On the Cross of Sant Andrea: The Response to the Tragedy of San Giuliano di Puglia Following the 2002 Molise, Italy, Earthquake Randolph Langenbacha) M.EERI...