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Authors: Chiarabba, C.*
Jovane, L.*
Di Stefano, R.*
Title: A new view of Italian seismicity using 20 years of instrumental recordings
Title of journal: Tectonophysics
Series/Report no.: /395(2005)
Issue Date: 2005
DOI: 10.1016/j.tecto.2004.09.013
Keywords: seismicity;
Adria lithosphere geometry;
Abstract: Abstract In this paper, we show the seismicity of the past 20 years that occurred in Italy and surrounding regions. Hypocentral locations have been obtained by using P- and S-wave arrival times from the INGV national and several regional permanent seismic networks. More than 48,000 events, selected from an original data set of about 99,780, are used to reconstruct the most complete seismic picture of the Italian region so far. The seismicity distribution allows inference on seismotectonics of this complex region of subduction versus continental collision. Our results clearly reveal the geometry of the Adria and the Ionian subduction and a continuous normal fault belt in the upper crust, following the Apennines mountain range. The depth of the seismogenic layer is computed from the cut-off of seismicity at depth and shows large variations along and across the seismic active regions. Earthquakes are generated by the different velocity of slab retreat and the subsequent asthenospheric upwelling. D 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
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