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AuthorsAmato, A.* 
Cecere, G.* 
Chiarabba, C.* 
De Gori, P.* 
Di Bona, M.* 
Gervasi, A.* 
Govoni, A.* 
Lucente, F. P.* 
Margheriti, L.* 
Mele, F.* 
Scognamiglio, L.* 
Selvaggi, G.* 
Tinti, E.* 
TitleSeismic activity in the Pollino region (Basilicata-Calabria border)
Issue DateNov-2012
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/2122/9894
KeywordsPollino
seismicity
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.99. General or miscellaneous 
AbstractThe Pollino region and the whole Calabria-Lucania border are known for the absence of destructive (M>6) historical earthquakes. This lack of historical seismicity is noticeable in the analysis of Southern Apennines and Calabria earthquake history (Rovida et al., 2011). At the same time, paleoseismological studies found evidence for significant active faulting (Cinti et al., 1997; Michetti et al., 1997) pointing to the Pollino area as a seismic gap. Instrumental seismicity in the region is characterized by the occurrence of seismic sequences, one of the most significant in the last decades is the Mercure seismic sequence, Mw 5.6 in September 1998 (Brozzetti et al., 2008). For this reason, the sequence started in 2010 raised a big concern in the population and local authorities. INGV is following the evolution of the sequence since its beginning, in March 2010, increasing the seismic monitoring and planning several activities and projects. The area was proposed by INGV to DPC (Dipartimento di Protezione Civile nazionale) for inclusion in the projects to be carried out in the present INGV-DPC agreement. This project has just started and will try to provide better constraints to the active tectonics and fault identification of the region. In this paper we describe what INGV is doing to understand better the tectonics of the region using microseismicity, and try to offer some cue to the discussion about the seismogenic faults in the area.
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