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Journal Article
Published: 07 September 2021
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2021)
...Arben Pitarka; Aybige Akinci; Pasquale De Gori; Mauro Buttinelli ABSTRACT The M w 6.5 Norcia, Italy, earthquake occurred on 30 October 2016 and caused extensive damage to buildings in the epicentral area. The earthquake was recorded by a network of strong‐motion stations, including 14 stations...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 01 June 2020
Geology (2020) 48 (9): 924–928.
... similar preparatory phases in nature remains difficult because it requires dense monitoring in advance. The 2016 Amatrice-Visso-Norcia (central Italy) earthquake cascade, captured by an unprecedented seismic network, provided a unique testing ground to image the preparatory phase of a large event...
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Journal Article
Published: 27 December 2018
Seismological Research Letters (2019) 90 (2A): 659–671.
... from near‐source records. The method, based on a piecewise linear detrend of the strong‐motion (SM) recordings, is applied to reconstruct the ground displacement field of the 30 October 2016 M w 6.5 earthquake in central Italy. The robustness of the results is checked against geodetic measurements...
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Journal Article
Published: 11 April 2018
Seismological Research Letters (2018) 89 (3): 1118–1128.
... the application of this scheme to sequences that either conform, or do not, to the MOL behavior, such as the Amatrice–Norcia (Italy 2016–2017), Emilia (Italy 2012), and Tohoku‐Oki (Japan 2011) aftershock sequences. 25 October 2017 © Seismological Society of America Our purpose is to find...
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Illustration of the doughnut effect for (a) the 7 November 2016  M  5 Cushi...
Published: 06 December 2017
Figure 8. Illustration of the doughnut effect for (a) the 7 November 2016 M  5 Cushing, Oklahoma, earthquake and (b) the 30 October 2016 M  6.6 Norcia, Italy, earthquake. For the Cushing earthquake, the maximum “Did You Feel It?” (DYFI) intensity is of 6.7 at 5.5 km of the epicenter (see Data
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Displacement waveforms processed with eBASCO (black lines) and NESS2 standa...
Published: 29 June 2021
with their identification code: (a) event EMSC‐20161030_0000029 30 October 2016 Norcia (Italy; CLO station); (b) event IT‐2009‐0009 6 April 2009 L’Aquila (Italy; AQV station); and (c) event USGS‐us20005iis 15 April 2016 Kumamoto (Japan; KMM18 station). DS, Displacement Spectra; EMSC, European‐Mediterranean Seismological
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ESM “Event” webpage of the     M  w     6.5 <b>Norcia</b> (Central <b>Italy</b>) earthqua...
Published: 17 February 2021
Figure 5. ESM “Event” webpage of the M w  6.5 Norcia (Central Italy) earthquake (see Data and Resources ). The color version of this figure is available only in the electronic edition.
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RRSM event page (see  Data and Resources ) for the <b>Norcia</b> (Central <b>Italy</b>) e...
Published: 17 February 2021
Figure 2. RRSM event page (see Data and Resources ) for the Norcia (Central Italy) earthquake that occurred on 30 October 2016 at 06:40:18 UTC. There are 121 triaxial station recordings of this event in the RRSM database; the “List of Stations” in the screenshot—ordered by decreasing peak ground
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Examples of acceleration and velocity waveforms exhibiting evidence of near...
Published: 03 October 2018
velocity traces recorded at IT.ACC station (2016 M w  6.5 Norcia, Italy, event) and BO.SMN01 station (2000 M w  6.6 Tottori, Japan, earthquake) and wavelet representation ( Baker, 2007 ) of the velocity pulse (black thick line); (b) velocity traces (fault‐normal components) recorded at two
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Velocity (Vp left panels, Vp&#x2F;Vs right panels) along the <b>Norcia</b> fault, <b>Italy</b>...
Published: 01 June 2020
Figure 2. Velocity (Vp left panels, Vp/Vs right panels) along the Norcia fault, Italy, (trace in Fig. 1A ) with snapshots at different times before the largest earthquake: (A) 13 September 2016 (first fully resolved image), (B) 26 October (before Mw 5.5 shock) and (C) 30 October (before main
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Velocity (Vp top panels, Vp&#x2F;Vs lower panels) across the <b>Norcia</b> fault, <b>Italy</b>...
Published: 01 June 2020
Figure 3. Velocity (Vp top panels, Vp/Vs lower panels) across the Norcia fault, Italy, (traces in Fig. 1A ) with snapshots at different times before largest earthquake: (A) 13 September 2016, (B) 26 October, and (C) 30 October (before main shock). Purple lines indicate similarly well-resolved
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 14 December 2020
GSA Bulletin (2021) 133 (7-8): 1679–1694.
...′Aquila (Mw = 6.3) and the 2016-Amatrice-Visso-Norcia (Mw max = 6.5) earthquakes. Moreover, these high-resolution data, together with the geological surveys carried out immediately after the mainshocks, allowed us to improve our knowledge on the seismotectonic setting of central Italy, and on both...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2018
Earthquake Spectra (2018) 34 (4): 1671–1691.
... to 2016 Central Italy earthquakes of BRB retrofitted school building in Norcia , in Proceedings of the 16th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering, 16WCEE , 9–13 January , Santiago, Chile . Gazzetta Ufficiale , 2003 . Ordinanza del Presidente del Consiglio dei Ministri 20 marzo 2003 n.3274...
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Journal Article
Published: 12 November 2019
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2019) 109 (6): 2738–2740.
...) argue that the negative uplift volume associated with the 2016 Amatrice–Norcia, central Italy, earthquake sequence requires a coseismic volume collapse of the hanging wall. Using results for dip‐slip dislocations in an elastic half‐space we show that V uplift = ( P / 4 ) ( 1 − 2 ν ) sin ( 2 δ...
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 31 May 2019
Geology (2019) 47 (8): 744–748.
... earthquakes of L’Aquila (M w 6.1) in 2009 and Norcia (M w 6.5) in 2016 in central Italy. Surprisingly, within this region, fast (≈3 km/s) and destructive seismic ruptures coexist with slow (≤10 m/s) and nondestructive rupture phenomena. Despite its relevance for seismic hazard studies, the transition from...
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Journal Article
Published: 04 May 2021
The Seismic Record (2021) 1 (1): 11–19.
... Protection). It was followed two months later by an M w  5.9 earthquake near the town of Visso on 26 October, before culminating in an M w  6.5 earthquake near the town of Norcia four days later (Fig.  1 ). The Norcia earthquake is the largest earthquake in Italy since the 1980 M w...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2018
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2018) 108 (3A): 1427–1442.
...D. Bindi; D. Spallarossa; M. Picozzi; D. Scafidi; F. Cotton Abstract In this study, we analyzed 10 yrs of seismicity in central Italy from 2008 to 2017, a period witnessing more than 1400 earthquakes in the magnitude range 2.5 ≤ M w ≤ 6.5 . The data set includes the main sequences that have...
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Journal Article
Published: 17 February 2021
Seismological Research Letters (2021) 92 (3): 1642–1658.
...Figure 5. ESM “Event” webpage of the M w  6.5 Norcia (Central Italy) earthquake (see Data and Resources ). The color version of this figure is available only in the electronic edition. ...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 2018
Earthquake Spectra (2018) 34 (4): 1547–1555.
... The Central Italy earthquake sequence nominally began on 24 August 2016 with a M 6.1 event on a normal fault that produced devastating effects in the town of Amatrice and several nearby villages and hamlets. A major international response was undertaken to record the effects of this disaster, including...
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Journal Article
Published: 03 July 2018
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2018) 108 (4): 1853–1863.
... that occurred in central Italy from 2008 to 2017 to capture the temporal variability of the ground shaking at high frequency. We first compute between‐event residuals for each earthquake in the Fourier domain with respect to a GMPE developed ad hoc for the analyzed data set. The between‐events show large...
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