Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/2808
AuthorsMarsella, E.* 
Favali, P.* 
Castellano, M.* 
Aiello, G.* 
Bortoluzzi, G.* 
Di Fiore, V.* 
Ligi, M.* 
Sgroi, T.* 
Frugoni, F.* 
Patanè, D.* 
Passaro, S.* 
Ruggieri, S.* 
Ferrante, V.* 
Scotto di Vettimo, P.* 
Iavarone, M.* 
Mangano, G.* 
Augusti, V.* 
Ciampi, M.* 
De Cesare, W.* 
La Rocca, M.* 
Di Prima, S.* 
Rapisarda, S.* 
Zuccarello, L.* 
Platania, R.* 
Contrafatto, D.* 
Moretti, M.* 
Govoni, A.* 
Speciale, S.* 
Marchetti, E.* 
Lacanna, G.* 
Ulivieri, G.* 
Genco, R.* 
Ilinskyi, D.* 
Rinke, N. R.* 
TitleThe Stromboli geophysical experiment. Preliminary report on wide angle refraction seismics and morphobathymetry of Stromboli Island (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy) based on integrated offshore-onshore data acquisition (Cruise STR06 R/V URANIA)
Issue DateApr-2007
Series/Report no.ISMAR Bologna Technical Report
102
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/2808
Keywordstomography
Stromboli
air-gun
wide angle
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.07. Tomography and anisotropy 
AbstractCruise STR06 on R/V Urania was performed in the framework of the ”INGV - DPC V2 - Monitoring and research activity at Stromboli and Panarea - Unit V2/03”, and resulted as a joint initiative between CNR (IAMC, Napoli and ISMAR, Bologna), INGV (Roma2, Osservatorio Vesuviano, Catania, Gibilmanna-CNT), University of Firenze and DPC, aiming to produce a seismic tomography of the Stromboli volcano, South Eastern Tyrrhenian Sea [Fig.1], and have insights into its 2-D structure and magma chambers. Cruise work plan was designed to extend at sea the existing Seismographic Network, complemented by several mobile stations, and to generate seismic shots by air-gun tuned array. 10 OBS were deployed around Stromboli, along the NE, SE and SW flanks of the volcano, according to (a) morphobathymetric analysis of available and newly produced DTMs, (b) modeling and (c) optimal lineaments with on-land recording stations. Seismic shots along radial and circle lines were obtained by a 4 GI-GUN 105+105 C.I. tuned array, while the absolute shot time was recorded at the resolution of ms. A request for ship time of R/V Uraniawas presented by IAMC, and a period of 7 days, including 2 day of transit was assigned to the project by CNR and scheduled for late November 2006. Cruise STR06 started in Naples 2006-11-27 and ended in Naples 2006-12-06. This paper reports the shipboard activities during the cruise STR06 on R/V Urania and some preliminary results regarding also the onshore activities carried out in order to perform the Stromboli geophysical experiment. A description of the ship, equipment and their usage is given thereinafter, along with details of the general settings, performances and some scientific and technical results.
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