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Authors: Capuano, P.*
Zollo, A.*
Auger, E.*
Caielli, G.*
Chiarabba, C.*
Convertito, V.*
D’Auria, L.*
De Franco, R.*
Emolo, A.*
Judenherc, S.*
Lovisa, L.*
Makris, J.*
Michelini, A.*
Moretti, M.*
Priolo, E.*
Russo, G.*
Virieux, J.*
Title: Campi Flegrei active seismic experiments waveforms compilation
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: A new experiment called SERAPIS (SEismic Reflection/Refraction Acquisition Project for Imaging complex volcanic Structures) has been planned and carried out, based on off-shore seismic energization and data acquisition on land and on sea-bottom. The experiment was performed in September, 2001 during which the vessel NADIR of IFREMER (equipped with 12, 16-liters airgun) produced more than 5000 air gun shots recorded at a sea-bottom seismograph array of 72 OBS and 62 stations installed on-land. Active seismic refraction DSS (Deep Seismic Soundings) acquired during the surveys conducted in 1980 and 1985 were recovered jointly with seismic data acquired in the Campi Flegrei area in the framework of the MareVes97 (an experiment devoted to the definition of the structure of the Somma-Vesuvio complex) offshore survey. The data set acquired during the SERAPIS experiment has been successfully used to infer 3D images of the volcanic structures of Campi Flegrei and Neapolitan bay. Active seismic waveforms and related P-picks (more than 90000 data) from the SERAPIS experiment are also available in the project data server.
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04.06.08. Volcano seismology

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