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Special Issue “New Perspectives in the Definition/Evaluation of Seismic Hazard through Analysis of the Environmental Effects Induced by Earthquakes”

 

New_Perspectives_in_the_DefinitionEvaluation_of_Seismic_Hazard_through_Analysis_of_the_Environmental_Effects_Induced_by_Earthquakes (1)E’ disponibile la versione a stampa  ed il PDF del volume speciale “New Perspectives in the Definition/Evaluation of Seismic Hazard through Analysis of the Environmental Effects Induced by Earthquakes” curato da Sabina Porfido (ISA-CNR), Giuliana Alessio (Osservatorio Vesuviano-INGV),Germana Gaudiosi (Osservatorio Vesuviano-INGV)e Rosa Nappi (Osservatorio Vesuviano-INGV), edizione MDPI-

 ISBN 978-3-0365-1877-0 (Hbk)

 ISBN 978-3-0365-1878-7 (PDF)

Questo volume  raccogliere differenti contributi che hanno come obiettivo la definizione e valutazione dell’hazard sismico attraverso l’analisi degli effetti ambientali indotti dai terremoti.

L’applicazione della scala di intensità sismica (ESI) 2007 ai terremoti moderati e forti, in diversi contesti geologici in tutto il mondo, evidenzia l’importanza degli effetti ambientali dei terremoti (EEE) per la valutazione dei rischi sismici. L’apporto di nuove metodologie multisciplinari risultano essenziali  sia per l’identificazione e la caratterizzazione di aree sismicamente attive, sia per lo sviluppo di nuovi modelli di rischio.  Il volume  contiene 19 articoli peer-reviewed (5 review e 14 paper), relativi a diverse aree del mondo: Italia, USA, Spagna, Australia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Corea del Sud, Kirghizistan, Mongolia, Russia, Cina,  Giappone e Nepal, che forniscono interessanti ed utili indicazioni per la valutazione della pericolosità sismica in contesti differenti.

 

 

Special Issue : New Perspectives in the Definition/Evaluation of Seismic Hazard through Analysis of the Environmental Effects Induced by Earthquakes Edited By: Sabina Porfido, Giuliana Alessio, Germana Gaudiosi, Rosa Nappi

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 ISBN 978-3-0365-1877-0 (Hbk)

 ISBN 978-3-0365-1878-7 (PDF)

 The devastating effects caused by the recent catastrophic earthquakes that took place all over the world from Japan, New Zealand, to Chile, as well as those occurring in the Mediterranean basin, have once again shown that ground motion, although a serious source of direct damage, is not the only parameter to be considered, with most damage being the result of coseismic geological effects that are directly connected to the earthquake source or caused by ground shaking. The primary environmental effects induced by earthquakes as well as the secondary effects (sensu Environmental Seismic Intensity – ESI 2007 scale) must be considered for a more correct and complete evaluation of seismic hazards, at both regional and local scales. This Special Issue aims to collect all contributions that, using different methodologies, integrate new data produced with multi-disciplinary and innovative methods. These methodologies are essential for the identification and characterization of seismically active areas, and for the development of new hazard models, obtained using different survey techniques. The topic attracted a lot of interest, 19 peer-reviewed articles were collected; moreover, different areas of the world have been analyzed through these methodologies: Italy, USA, Spain, Australia, Ecuador, Guatemala, South Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Russia, China, Japan, and Nepal.

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