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Authors: D'Alema, E.*
Marzorati, S.*
Massa, M.*
Franceschina, G.*
Augliera, P.*
Title: The 6th April 2009, Mw 6.3, L'Aquila sequence: weak and strong motion data recorded by RAIS temporary stations
Title of journal: Annals of Geophysics
Series/Report no.: 2/53(2010)
Publisher: INGV
Issue Date: 2-Apr-2010
DOI: 10.4401/ag-4565
Keywords: Seismological data
L'Aquila earthquake
Abstract: The aim of this study is the sharing of waveforms recorded by several Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) temporary stations (managed by the Milan-Pavia section; INGV MI-PV). These stations were installed after the April 6, 2009, Mw 6.3, L'Aquila earthquake (central Italy). The work synthesizes the activities conducted in the field by the INGV MI-PV working group over the three months following the mainshock. The field activities were developed in four different phases that were defined according to their time periods. Starting from April 7, 2009, for the first phase, the temporary stations were installed in correspondence with the more damaged areas. The scope was to record the strongest aftershocks in the days that followed the mainshock. In this phase, the stations were composed of a sixcomponent acquisition system that was coupled with both a weak-motion and a strong-motion sensor. After the first month, the last three phases of installation investigated the seismic responses of sites located in the epicentral area, involving villages within a radius of about 20 km from the epicenter of the April 6 mainshock. In this way, over four specific time-period phases, the stations were installed in sites with different lithological and geomorphological conditions. The instruments worked from April 7 to July 14, 2009; in this period, 9,155 aftershocks (134,262 accelerometric waveforms and 133,242 velocimetric waveforms), with ML ≤5.3 were recorded. This study describes the dataset of these earthquake waveforms recorded with both velocity and acceleration transducers. Selected waveforms are available through, with their corresponding information concerning instrumental characteristics, installation sites, and earthquakes recorded.
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