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Authors: Braun, T.* 
Cesca, S.* 
Piccinini, D.* 
Spinelli, E.* 
Fiordelisi, A.* 
Title: Origin of Micro-Earthquakes in Geothermal Areas (OMEGA): Source inversion of seismic events recorded in the Larderello geothermal area
Issue Date: Nov-2006
Keywords: source inversion
geothermal area
Subject Classification04. Solid Earth::04.06. Seismology::04.06.03. Earthquake source and dynamics 
Abstract: The Larderello geothermal area is located in the northern part of a volcanic zone that extends along the Italian Tyrrhenian coast. Geophysical investigations in this area suggest a crustal thinning and intrusion of hot mantle material into the crust. The local seismicity, monitored since 1978 by a network of 26 shortperiod almost vertical seismic stations, is characterized by a several hundred of M ≤ 1.5 events per year, never exceeding M=3.2 in the past 25 years.
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