Organization name
SGA, Storia Geofisica Ambiente, Bologna, Italy

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1Aug-2000Deriving numerical estimates from descriptive information: the computation of earthquake parametersGasperini, P.* ; Ferrari, G.* 
2Dec-1996Earthquakes in medieval Sicily. A historical revision (7th-13th century)Guidoboni, E.* ; Traina, G.* 
3Aug-2000The effects of earthquakes in historical cities: the peculiarity of the Italian caseGuidoboni, E.* ; Ferrari, G.* 
4Nov-1995From Crimea to Syria. Re-defining the alleged historical earthquake of 63 B.C.Traina, G. 
5Nov-1995Historical cities and earthquakes: Florence during the last nine centuries and evaluations of seismic hazardGuidoboni, E.* ; Ferrari, G.* 
6Aug-2000Historical variables of seismic effects: economic levels, demographic scales and building techniquesGuidoboni, E.* ; Ferrari, G.* 
7Nov-1995Macroseismic intensity evaluation with the <<Fuzzy Sets Logic>>Ferrari, G.* ; Gasperini, P.* ; Guidoboni, E.* 
8Aug-2000Reducing the subjectivity of intensity estimates: the Fuzzy Set approachVannucci, G.* ; Gasperini, P.* ; Ferrari, G.* 
9May-1995Seismic effects of the strongest historical earthquak in the Syracuse areaBoschi, E.* ; Guidoboni, E.* ; Mariotti, D.* 
10Aug-2000Seismic scenarios and assessment of intensity: some criteria for the use of the MCS scaleFerrari, G.* ; Guidoboni, E.* 
11Apr-1998The supposed Egyptian earthquakes of 184 and 95 B.C. Critical review and some lines of research in historical seismology using Greek papyri from EgyptMazza, R. 
12Nov-1995An unknown destructive earthquake in 18th century SicilyMariotti, D. 
13Aug-2000<<Unknown>> earthquakes: a growing contribution to the Catalogue of Strong Italian EarthquakesMariotti, D.* ; Comastri, A.* ; Guidoboni, E.* 
14Nov-1995Urban decay and abandonment in western medieval Sicily: a problem for the study of strong earthquakesVallerani, M.