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  • Publication of DISS 3.2.1

    24-04-2018

    The updated release of DISS (version 3.2.1) is now available! Access...

  • A “Geodetic Gap” in the Calabrian Arc: Evidence for a Locked Subduction Megathrust?

    12-02-2018

    Carafa et al., 2017 link ...

  • The seismicity of the Central Apennines (Italy) studied by means of a physics-based earthquake simulator

    17-10-2017

    Console et al., 2017 link ...

  • The forgotten vulnerability: A geology-and history-based approach for ranking the seismic risk of earthquake-prone communities of the Italian Apennines

    07-09-2017

    Valensise et al., 2017 link ...

  • The Calabrian Arc: three-dimensional modelling of the subduction interface

    25-08-2017

    Maesano et al., 2017  link...

  • When Time and Faults Matter: Towards a Time-Dependent Probabilistic SHA in Calabria

    12-12-2016

    Akinci et. al. 2016 link ...

  • Fossil landscapes and youthful seismogenic sources in the central Apennines: excerpts from the 24 August 2016, Amatrice earthquake and seismic hazard implications

    01-12-2016

    Valensise et al., 2016 link ...

  • Imaging the tectonic framework of the 24 August 2016, Amatrice (central Italy) earthquake sequence: new roles for old players?

    24-11-2016

    Bonini et al., 2016 link ...

  • Annals of geophysics vol.59 FT

    24-11-2016

    The Amatrice seismic sequence: preliminary data and results. link ...

  • Understanding seismogenic processes in the Southern Calabrian Arc: a geodynamic perspective

    10-10-2016

    Tiberti et al., 2016 link ...

  • New cartographic interface released

    11-09-2015

    Navigate the database with Google Maps in the background. Access database ...

  • DISS 3.2.0 data files are now available for download

    21-07-2015

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  • Publication of DISS 3.2.0

    30-06-2015

    The new version of DISS (version 3.2.0) is now available!   Access database ...


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DISS Working Group (2018). Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), Version 3.2.1: A compilation of potential sources for earthquakes larger than M 5.5 in Italy and surrounding areas. http://diss.rm.ingv.it/diss/, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia; DOI:10.6092/INGV.IT-DISS3.2.1.

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