Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/9890
AuthorsD'Amico, S.* 
Gervasi, A.* 
Guerra, I.* 
Neri, G.* 
Orecchio, B.* 
Presti, D.* 
Totaro, C.* 
TitleSeismicity and Focal Mechanisms at the Calabro-Lucanian boundary along the Apennine chain (southern Italy)
Issue Date2012
Series/Report no./21 (2012)
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/9890
KeywordsCalabro-Lucanian region
earthquake location
focal mechanism
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.99. General or miscellaneous 
AbstractThe Calabro-Lucanian boundary is a complex geological zone marking the transition between the highly seismogenic tectonic domains of Southern Apennines and the Calabrian Arc. Historical catalogues include earthquakes with macroseismic effects up to VII-VIII MCS (CPTI WORKING GROUP, 2004) and paleoseismological investigations suggested that earthquakes of magnitude between 6.5 and 7 may have occurred in this area, between the 6th and the 15th century (MICHETTI et alii, 2000). More recently, on 9 September 1998, an earthquake of moment magnitude M5.6 occurred at the north-western margin of the Pollino massif (GUERRA et alii, 2005; ARRIGO et alii, 2006) and since the second half of 2010 the same region was interested by a noteworthy seismic activity characterized by several swarms with thousands of events with a maximum magnitude of 3.6.
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