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


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


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


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  • DISS 3.2.0 data files are now available for download


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