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Authors: Alparone, S.*
Cocina, O.*
Ferrari, F.*
Gambino, S.*
Mostaccio, A.*
Spampinato, S.*
Tuvè, T.*
Ursino, A.*
Title: Seismological investigations of the Pernicana Fault (Mt. Etna, Siciliy, Italy) inferred by high precise locations of the microseismicity
Issue Date: 6-Jul-2010
Keywords: microseismicity, Mt. Etna volcano
Abstract: The analysis of seismicity due to the activation of Pernicana Fault in the period 1999-2009 (about 400 earthquakes) has provided useful information for the characterization of this structure. By applying different techniques of location and analysis of cross-correlation on waveforms of earthquakes, it was possible to highlight that the Pernicana Fault is actually composed of segments characterized by different releases of seismic energy. Moreover, the space-time analysis of the evolution of the seismicity showed evident correlation with the eruptive activity of the volcano and the dynamics of its eastern flank.
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04.06.08. Volcano seismology

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