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Authors: Iannaccone, G.*
Vassallo, M.*
Elia, L.*
Guardato, S.*
Stabile, T. A.*
Satriano, C.*
Beranzoli, L.*
Title: Long-term seafloor experiment with the CUMAS module: performance, noise analysis of geophysical signals, and hints towards the design of a permanent network
Title of journal: Seismological Research Letter
Series/Report no.: 6/81 (2010)
Publisher: Seismological Society of America
Issue Date: 2010
Keywords: Campi Flegrei
volcanic activity
seafloor monitoring
Abstract: The Campi Flegrei caldera (southern Italy) is one of the most hazardous areas in the World as several hundred thousand people live there and where important socio-economic activities have developed. The caldera includes the western-most part of the city of Naples and extends into the Gulf of Pozzuoli (eastern Tyrrhenian basin; Fig. 1). The main feature of the present volcanic activity of the caldera is the episodic slow and high-amplitude soil movement (bradyseism) accompanied by intense and shallow seismic activity that only occurs during the uplift phase.
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04.06.99. General or miscellaneous
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