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Authors: Cheloni, Daniele* 
Serpelloni, Enrico* 
Devoti, Roberto* 
D'Agostino, Nicola* 
Pietrantonio, Grazia* 
Riguzzi, Federica* 
Anzidei, Marco* 
Avallone, Antonio* 
Cavaliere, Adriano* 
Cecere, Gianpaolo* 
D'Ambrosio, Ciriaco* 
Esposito, Alessandra* 
Falco, Luigi* 
Galvani, Alessandro* 
Selvaggi, Giulio* 
Sepe, Vincenzo* 
Calcaterra, S.* 
Giuliani, R.* 
Mattone, M.* 
Gambino, P.* 
Abruzzese, Luigi* 
Cardinale, Vincenzo* 
Castagnozzi, Angelo* 
De Luca, Giovanni* 
Massucci, Angelo* 
Memmolo, Antonino* 
Migliari, Franco* 
Minichiello, Felice* 
Zarrilli, Luigi* 
Title: GPS observations of coseismic deformation following the 2016, august 24, Mw 6 Amatrice earthquake (Central italy): Data, analysis and preliminary fault model
Issue Date: 2016
Series/Report no.: fast trak 5/59(2016)
DOI: 10.4401/ag-7269
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/10869
Abstract: We used continuous Global Positioning System (GPS) measurements to infer the fault geometry and the amount of coseismic slip associated to the August 24, 2016 Mw 6 Amatrice earthquake. We realized a three-dimensional coseismic displacement field by combining different geodetic solutions generated by three independent analyses of the raw GPS observations. The coseismic deformation field described in this work aims at representing a “consensus” solution that minimizes the systematic biases potentially present in the individual geodetic solutions. Because of the limited number of stations available we modeled the measured coseismic displacements using a uniform slip model, deriving the geometry and kinematics of the causative fault, finding good agreement between our geodetically derived fault plane and other seismological and geological observations.
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