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Authors: Civico, Riccardo* 
Pucci, Stefano* 
Villani, Fabio* 
Pizzimenti, Luca* 
De Martini, Paolo Marco* 
Nappi, Rosa* 
Agosta, Fabrizio* 
Alessio, Giuliana* 
Alfonsi, Laura* 
Amanti, M.* 
Amoroso, Sara* 
Pozzi, A.* 
Proposito, M.* 
Puglisi, C.* 
Puliti, I.* 
Ricci, Tullio* 
Ripamonti, L.* 
Rizza, M.* 
Roberts, G. P.* 
Roncoroni, M.* 
Sapia, Vincenzo* 
Aringoli, D.* 
Saroli, M.* 
Sciarra, Alessandra* 
Scotti, O.* 
Skupinski, Grzegorz* 
Smedile, Alessandra* 
Tarabusi, Gabriele* 
Tarquini, Simone* 
Terrana, S.* 
Tesson, J.* 
Tondi, E.* 
Auciello, E.* 
Valentini, A.* 
Vallone, Roberto* 
Van der Woerd, J.* 
Vannoli, Paola* 
Venuti, Alessandra* 
Vittori, Eutizio* 
Volatili, T.* 
Wedmore, L. N. J.* 
Wilkinson, M.* 
Zambrano, M.* 
Azzaro, Raffaele* 
Baize, S.* 
Bello, S.* 
Benedetti, L.* 
Bertagnini, Antonella* 
Binda, G.* 
Bisson, Marina* 
Blumetti, Anna Maria* 
Bonadeo, L.* 
Boncio, P.* 
Bornemann, P.* 
Branca, Stefano* 
Braun, Thomas* 
Brozzetti, F.* 
Brunori, Carlo Alberto* 
Burrato, Pierfrancesco* 
Caciagli, Marco* 
Campobasso, C.* 
Carafa, Michele M. C.* 
Cinti, Francesca Romana* 
Cirillo, D.* 
Comerci, V.* 
Cucci, Luigi* 
De Ritis, Riccardo* 
Deiana, G.* 
Del Carlo, Paola* 
Del Rio, L.* 
Delorme, A.* 
Di Manna, P.* 
Di Naccio, Deborah* 
Falconi, L.* 
Falcucci, Emanuela* 
Farabollini, P.* 
Walker, J. P. F.* 
Ferrarini, F.* 
Ferrario, Maria Francesca* 
Ferri, M.* 
Feuillet, N.* 
Fleury, J.* 
Fracassi, Umberto* 
Frigerio, C.* 
Galluzzo, F.* 
Gambillara, R.* 
Gaudiosi, Germana* 
Goodall, H.* 
Gori, Stefano* 
Gregory, L. C.* 
Guerrieri, L.* 
Hailemikael, S.* 
Iezzi, F.* 
Invernizzi, C.* 
Jablonska, D.* 
Jacques, E.* 
Jomard, Hervé* 
Kastelic, Vanja* 
Klinger, Y.* 
Lavecchia, G.* 
Leclerc, F.* 
Liberi, F.* 
Lisi, Arianna* 
Livio, F.* 
Lo Sardo, L.* 
Malet, J. P.* 
Mariucci, Maria Teresa* 
Materazzi, M.* 
Mazzarini, Francesco* 
McCaffrey, K. J. W.* 
Michetti, Alessandro Maria* 
Mildon, Z. K.* 
Montone, Paola* 
Moro, Marco* 
Nave, Rosella* 
Odin, M.* 
Pace, Bruno* 
Paggi, S.* 
Pagliuca, Nicola Mauro* 
Pambianchi, G.* 
Pantosti, Daniela* 
Patera, Antonio* 
Perouse, E.* 
Pezzo, Giuseppe* 
Piccardi, L.* 
Pierantoni, P. P.* 
Pignone, Maurizio* 
Pinzi, Stefania* 
Pistolesi, Elena* 
Point, J.* 
Title: Surface ruptures following the 30 October 2016 Mw 6.5 Norcia earthquake, central Italy
Issue Date: 2018
Series/Report no.: 2/14 (2018)
DOI: 10.1080/17445647.2018.1441756
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/12032
Abstract: We present a 1:25,000 scale map of the coseismic surface ruptures following the 30 October 2016 M-w 6.5 Norcia normal-faulting earthquake, central Italy. Detailed rupture mapping is based on almost 11,000 oblique photographs taken from helicopter flights, that has been verified and integrated with field data (>7000 measurements). Thanks to the common efforts of the Open EMERGEO Working Group (130 people, 25 research institutions and universities from Europe), we were able to document a complex surface faulting pattern with a dominant strike of N135 degrees-160 degrees (SW-dipping) and a subordinate strike of N320 degrees-345 degrees (NE-dipping) along about 28km of the active Mt. Vettore-Mt. Bove fault system. Geometric and kinematic characteristics of the rupture were observed and recorded along closely spaced, parallel or subparallel, overlapping or step-like synthetic and antithetic fault splays of the activated fault systems, comprising a total surface rupture length of approximately 46km when all ruptures were considered.
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