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Authors: Augliera, P.*
D'Alema, E.*
Marzorati, S.*
Massa, M.*
Title: A strong motion network in northern Italy: detection capabilities and first analysis
Other Titles: Special Issue:Strong Motion Monitoring in Italy
Title of journal: Bulletin of Earthquake Engineering
Series/Report no.: 5/8(2010)
Publisher: Springer
Issue Date: Oct-2010
DOI: 10.1007/s10518-009-9165-y
URL: http://www.springerlink.com/content/th7712470457p1l3/
Keywords: North Italy
Strong motion station
Data acquisition system
Seismic networks
Abstract: The necessity of a dense network in Northern Italy started from the lack of available data after the occurrence of the 24th November 2004, Ml 5.2, Salò earthquake. Since 2006, many efforts have been made by the INGV (Italian National Institute for Geophysic and Vulcanology), Department of Milano-Pavia (hereinafter INGV MI-PV), to improve the strong-motion monitoring of the Northern Italy regions. This activity led to the installation of a strong-motion network composed by 20 accelerometers, 4 coupled with 20-bits Lennartz Mars88 recorders, 12 coupled with 24-bits Reftek 130 recorders and 4 coupled with 24-bits Gaia2 recorders. The network allow us to reduce, in the area under study, the average inter-distances between strong-motion stations from about 40 km (at November 2004) to 15 km. At present the network includes nine 6-channels stations where velocity sensors work together the strong-motion ones. The data transmission is assured by modem-gsm, with the exception of four stations that send data in real time through a TCP/IP protocol. In order to evaluate different site responses, the stations have been installed both in free field and near (or inside) public buildings, located in the center of small villages. From June 2006 to December 2008 a dataset of 94 events with local magnitude range from 0.7 to 5.1 has been collected. An ad hoc data-processing system have been created in order to provide, after each recorded event, engineering parameters such as peak ground acceleration (PGA) and velocity (PGV), response spectra (SA and PSV), Arias and Housner intensities. Data dissemination is achieved through the web site http://rais.mi.ingv.it, while the waveforms are distributed through the Italian strong motion database (http://itaca.mi.ingv.it).
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