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Authors: Piersanti, A.*
Cannelli, V.*
Galli, G.*
Title: Long term continuous radon monitoring in a seismically active area
Title of journal: Annals of Geophysics
Series/Report no.: 4/58 (2015)
Issue Date: 2015
DOI: 10.4401/ag-6735
Keywords: Surveys, measurements, and monitoring
Instruments and techniques
Seismic risk
Statistical analysis
Abstract: We present the results of a long term, continuous radon monitoring experiment started in April 2010 in a seismically active area, affected during the 2010-2013 data acquisition time window by an intense micro seismic activity and by several small seismic events. We employed both correlation and cross-correlation analyses in order to investigate possible relationship existing between the collected radon data, seismic events and meteorological parameters. Our results do not support the feasibility of a robust one-to-one association between the small magnitude earthquakes characterizing the local seismic activity and single radon measurement anomalies, but evidence significant correlation patterns between the spatio-temporal variations of seismic moment release and soil radon emanations, the latter being anyway dominantly modulated by meteorological parameters variations.
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