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Authors: Priolo, Enrico* 
Pacor, Francesca* 
Spallarossa, Daniele* 
Milana, Giuliano* 
Laurenzano, Giovanna* 
Romano, M.A.* 
Felicetta, Chiara* 
Hailemikael, Salomon* 
Cara, Fabrizio* 
Di Giulio, Giuseppe* 
Ferretti, G.* 
Barnaba, Carla* 
Lanzano, Giovanni* 
Luzi, Lucia* 
D'Amico, Maria* 
Puglia, Rodolfo* 
Scafidi, Davide* 
Barani, S.* 
De Ferrari, Roberto* 
Cultrera, Giovanna* 
Title: Seismological analyses of the seismic microzonation of 138 municipalities damaged by the 2016–2017 seismic sequence in Central Italy
Issue Date: 2019
DOI: 10.1007/s10518-019-00652-x
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2122/12939
Abstract: This paper describes the seismological analyses performed within the framework of the seismic microzonation study for the reconstruction of 138 municipalities damaged by the 2016–2017 sequence in Central Italy. Many waveforms were recorded over approximately 15 years at approximately 180 instrumented sites equipped with permanent or temporary stations in an area that includes all the damaged localities. Site response was assessed using earthquake and noise recordings at the selected stations through different parameters, such as spectral amplification curves, fundamental resonance frequencies, site-specific response spectra, and average amplification factors. The present study was a collaboration of many different institutions under the coordination of the Italian Center for Seismic Microzonation and its applications. The results were homogenized and gathered into site-specific forms, which represent the main deliverable for the benefit of Italian Civil Protection. It is remarkable that the bulk of this study was performed in a very short period (approximately 2 months) to provide quantitative information for detailed microzonation and future reconstruction of the damaged municipalities.
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