Mt. Vesuvius (southern Italy) is one of the volcanoes that poses the greatest risk in the world because of its highly explosive eruptive style and its proximity to densely populated areas. The urbanization around Mt. Vesuvius began in ancient times, and the impact of eruptions on human activities has been severe. This is testified to by the ruins of Pompeii, which are covered by the products of the plinian eruption that took place in A.D. 79 (Sigurdsson et al. 1985), and more recently by the published reports of the eruptions that occurred from 1631 to 1944. For these...
Seismological Monitoring of Mount Vesuvius (Italy): More than a Century of Observations
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Flora Giudicepietro, Massimo Orazi, Giovanni Scarpato, Rosario Peluso, Luca D'Auria, Patrizia Ricciolino, Domenico Lo Bascio, Antonietta M. Esposito, Giuseppe Borriello, Marco Capello, Antonio Caputo, Ciro Buonocunto, Walter De Cesare, Giuseppe Vilardo, Marcello Martini; Seismological Monitoring of Mount Vesuvius (Italy): More than a Century of Observations. Seismological Research Letters 2010;; 81 (4): 625–634. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.81.4.625
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