Vol 36, No 1 (1993)

Table of Contents

Details of the rupture Kinematics and mechanism of the 1980 Irpinai earthquake: new results and remaining questions
P. Bernard, A. Zollo, C.I. Trifu, A. Herrero
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Aftershock location and P-velocity structure in the epicentral region of the 1980 Irpinia earthquake
A. Amato, G. Selvaggi
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Seismic education: two experiences compared
H. D. Thier, V. Midoro
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E. Boschi, D. Pantosti, D. Slejko, M. Stucchi, G. Valensise
The influence of source complexity on the polarization and azimuthal radiation od S-waves and a simplified synthesis of the macroseismic field
L. Sirovich, C. Chiaruttini
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Teleseismici observation of the November 23 1980, Irpinia earthquake
D. Giardini
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Role of the structural geology analysis in the recent
F. Galadini, R. Giuliani
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Modeling of the 1980 Irpinia earthquake source : constrains from geodetic data
F. Pingue, G. De Natale, P. Briole
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The Irpinia (Italy) 1980 earthquake: waveform modelling of accelerometric data and macroseismic considerations
F. Vaccari, P. Harabaglia, P. Suhadolc, G. F. Panza
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Identification of seismogenic areas in the Southern Appennines, Italy
G. Alessio, E. Esposito, A. Gorini, G. Luongo, S. Porfido
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Source geometry and long term behavior of the 1980, Irpinia earthquake fault based on field geologic observations
D. Pantosti, G. Valensise
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Space-time evolution of the rupture process from the inversion of strong-motion waveform
M. Cocco, F. Pacor
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Fault rupture geometry for the 1980 Irpinia earthquake: a working hypothesis
R. Westaway
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Macroseismic data: present limits and future possibilities
G. Luongo, A. Marturano, V. Rinaldis
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The seismic sequence of Potenza (May 1990)
R. Azzara, A. Basili, L. Beranzoli, C. Chiarabba, R. Di Giovanbattista, G. Selvaggi
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State of the art in seismic microzonation, advances in Italy from 1980 to the present
L. Sirovich, A. Del Grosso
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Damage versus ground acceleration correlations during the November 23 1980, Irpinia earthquake
A. Gurpinar
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Neotectonic setting of the Benevento area: comparison with the epicentral zone of the Irpinia earthquake
J.C. Bousquet, B. Grellet, B. Sauret
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The earthquakes of 1934 in the Northern Appennines
A. Moroni, D. Bellettati, E. Chignola, M. Stucchi
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Ten years of research into the seismic vulnerability of constructions in Italy
A. Corsanego, C. Gavarini
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Seismic-hazard evaluation in Central Italy: preliminary results of the Rieti Basin project
F. Brunamonte, A. M. Michetti, L. Serva, E. Vittori
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Seismic protection and conservation of the monumental heritage
S. D'Agostino, C. Viggiani
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Landsat synthetic stereo interpretation for morphostructural analysis in the Irpinia area
A. Nardi, S. Salvi
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Considerations on the seismic risk
D. Slejko
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Slope stability maps in areas of particular seismic interest: a short report on the researches in Garfagnana and Lunigiana (Tuscany)
G. D'Amato Avanzi, A. Puccinelli, M. Trivellini
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Historical seismology and seismic hazard
M. Stucchi
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Examples of mudslide hazard in the Southern Appennines (Italy)
M. Del Prete
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A methodology for the falsification of local seismic hazard analysis
G. Grandori
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Paleoseismological evidence of repeated large earthquakes along the 1980 Irpinia earthquake fault
D. Pantosti, G. D'Addezio, F. R. Cinti
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Assessment of seismic hazard for the Sannio-Matese area, Southern Italy (Project "Teresa")
D. Mayer-Rosa, D. Slejko, G. Zonno
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Characterization of the recent tectonics of the Upper Sangro River Valley (Abbruzzi Appennine, Central Italy)
F. Galadini, P. Messina
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Seismic risk assessment on the urban and regional scale in Italy: some examples
A. Corsanego
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Monitoring sample landslides in seismic areas: Camporaghena in Lunigiana
A. Pochini, M. Allagosta
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Seismic hazard in Irpinia and considerations about the seismogenic area
G. Scalera, P. Favali, G. Smeriglio, F. Frugoni, L. Vinci
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Summary of contributions on the 23 November 1980, Irpinia earthquake
G. Valensise
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