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AuthorsCimini, G. B.* 
De Gori, P.* 
Frepoli, A.* 
TitlePassive seismology in southern Italy: the SAPTEX array
Issue Date2006
Series/Report no.2-3/49 (2006)
KeywordsPassive seismology,
crustal and upper mantle structure
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.99. General or miscellaneous 
AbstractAbstract In this paper we describe the Southern APennines Tomography EXperiment (SAPTEX) temporary array deployed in southern Italy from June 2001 to December 2003. Five to twelve three-components seismic stations, all equipped with RefTek 72A07 digitizers in continuous mode recording and Lennartz 3D/5s sensors, were operating in the region during the three-year project. Many local, regional and teleseismic events have been recorded at 26 different recording sites, providing an invaluable data set for high-resolution seismological studies. Moreover, by the second half of 2002, two stations were installed in the Aeolian Islands with the main objective to record and better constrain the spatial distribution of the deep seismicity of the southern Tyrrhenian subduction zone. The preliminary analysis of the waveforms collected in the first two years includes phase identification and body wave arrival time estimation, local earthquakes (re)location and focal mechanisms computation, P -wave traveltime residuals, and resolution of crustal and upper mantle structure derived by teleseismic ray sampling.
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