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Authors: Picozzi, Matteo*
Elia, Luca*
Gosar, Andrej*
Lenhardt, Wolfgang*
Mucciarelli, Marco*
Pesaresi, Damiano*
Živčić, Mladen*
Zollo, Aldo*
Title: Testing the "PRESTo" Early Warning Algorithm in North-Eastern Italy, Austria and Slovenia: update analysis
Editors: Ansal, Atilla; Özyeğin University
Issue Date: 24-Aug-2014
DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2396.0962
Keywords: PRESTo
Earthquake Early Warning
Northeastern Italy
Abstract: Since 2002 OGS (Istituto Nazionale di Oceanografia e di Geofisica Sperimentale) in Udine (Italy), the Agencija Republike Slovenije za Okolje (ARSO) in Ljubljana (Slovenia) and the Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG) in Vienna (Austria), are collecting, analyzing, archiving and exchanging seismic data in real time. The data exchange has proved to be effective and very useful in case of seismic events at the borders between Italy, Austria and Slovenia, where the poor coverage of individual national seismic networks precluded a precise earthquake location, while the usage of common data from the integrated networks improves significantly the overall capability of real time event detection and rapid characterization in this area. In order to extend the seismic monitoring in North-eastern Italy, Slovenia and Southern Austria, towards earthquake early warning applications, at the end of 2013 OGS, ARSO and ZAMG teamed with the RISSCLab group ( of the Department of Physics at the University of Naples Federico II in Italy. The collaboration focuses on massive testing on OGS, ARSO and ZAMG data of the EW platform PRESTo (Probabilistic and Evolutionary early warning SysTem) developed by RISSC-Lab (
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