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Authors: Pignone, M.*
Moschillo, R.*
Title: Il LABGIS@INGV di Grottaminarda, attività e prospettive
Issue Date: Oct-2007
Keywords: LABGIS@INGV, Geodatabase, GIS, Webgis, eartquake reports
Abstract: The laboratory of digital cartography and geographical information systems (LABGIS@INGV) of the ISTITUTO NAZIONALE di GEOFISICA e VULCANOLOGIA (INGV) in Grottaminarda (AV) has focused its activity on the organization and processing of a high number of cartographic, territorial, geological and geophysical data regarding Central and Southern Italy. This activity represents one of the purposes of CESIS Project whose aims are to realize a monitoring network of permanent stations with seismic, accelerometric and geodetic instruments and to create a Centre for Seismology and Seismic Engineering. The realization of a series of geographical database in ESRI Geodatabase data model with the software ArcGIS 9 has offered the possibility of trying out the opportunities of this technology as, for example, the organization of different types of geographical data and proceedings inside the same environment. The following step was to develop a series of GIS applications as the SIT CESIS EARTHQUAKE REPORT. This application produces a cartographic report, which is able to give a territorial and seismological view for each earthquake of magnitude greater than 3.0 recorded in Southern Italy. The products of the activities of the LABGIS@INGV are still present in the website of INGV Grottaminarda ( in several sections, with the possibility to download the cartographic data of Italian seismicity and monitoring networks of CESIS Project .
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