On 20 May 2012, at 02:03:52 GMT, an earthquake with Mw 6.1 (Regional Centroid Moment Tensor [RCMT]; http://www.bo.ingv.it/RCMT) occurred in northern Italy striking a densely populated area. The mainshock was followed a few hours later by two severe aftershocks having the same local magnitude (ML 5.1, Fig. 1a), and by hundreds of smaller aftershocks. Nine days later, on 29 May, at 07:00:03 GMT, a second event with moment magnitude Mw 6.0 (RCMT; http://www.bo.ingv.it/RCMT) occurred to the west, on an adjacent fault segment. This event was also followed by hundreds of aftershocks, three of...
Overview on the Strong‐Motion Data Recorded during the May–June 2012 Emilia Seismic Sequence
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Lucia Luzi, Francesca Pacor, Gabriele Ameri, Rodolfo Puglia, Pierfrancesco Burrato, Marco Massa, Paolo Augliera, Gianlorenzo Franceschina, Sara Lovati, Raul Castro; Overview on the Strong‐Motion Data Recorded during the May–June 2012 Emilia Seismic Sequence. Seismological Research Letters 2013;; 84 (4): 629–644. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220120154
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