Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data

A scientific collaboration between the Warsaw Academy of Science, (Poland) and the National Institute of Geophysics (Italy), gave rise to the installation of few stations for the long term measurement of magnetotelluric fields in central Italy. The selection of investigation sites was determined by...

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Main Authors: J. Marianiuk, E. Teisseyre, M. Marchetti, P. Palangio, A. Meloni, T. Ernst
Format: Article
Language:English
Published: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV) 1996-06-01
Series:Annals of Geophysics
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Online Access:http://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/3959
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spelling doaj-0b00f1c2c3b14e708c51ef123868e2f42020-11-24T23:09:52ZengIstituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)Annals of Geophysics1593-52132037-416X1996-06-0139110.4401/ag-3959Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial dataJ. MarianiukE. TeisseyreM. MarchettiP. PalangioA. MeloniT. ErnstA scientific collaboration between the Warsaw Academy of Science, (Poland) and the National Institute of Geophysics (Italy), gave rise to the installation of few stations for the long term measurement of magnetotelluric fields in central Italy. The selection of investigation sites was determined by the individual seismic interest of each location. The project began in the summer of 1991, with the installation of 2 magnetotelluric stations in the province of Isernia, (Collemeluccio and Montedimezzo). In 1992, 2 more stations became operative, one in the province of Rieti, (Fassinoro), the other in the province of L'Aquila, (S. Vittoria). For the purpose of this project, the magnetic observatory in L'Aquila was also equipped with electric lines, for the measurement of the telluric field. The aim of the analysis here presented, is to show that is possible to follow the temporal evolution of magnetotelluric characteristic parameters. At Collemeluccio this evolution was compared with the seismic released energy for events recorded within the study area.http://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/3959Magnetotelluricsmodellingseismicity
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author J. Marianiuk
E. Teisseyre
M. Marchetti
P. Palangio
A. Meloni
T. Ernst
spellingShingle J. Marianiuk
E. Teisseyre
M. Marchetti
P. Palangio
A. Meloni
T. Ernst
Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
Annals of Geophysics
Magnetotellurics
modelling
seismicity
author_facet J. Marianiuk
E. Teisseyre
M. Marchetti
P. Palangio
A. Meloni
T. Ernst
author_sort J. Marianiuk
title Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
title_short Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
title_full Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
title_fullStr Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
title_full_unstemmed Central Italy magnetotelluric investigation. Structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
title_sort central italy magnetotelluric investigation. structures and relations to seismic events: analysis of initial data
publisher Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV)
series Annals of Geophysics
issn 1593-5213
2037-416X
publishDate 1996-06-01
description A scientific collaboration between the Warsaw Academy of Science, (Poland) and the National Institute of Geophysics (Italy), gave rise to the installation of few stations for the long term measurement of magnetotelluric fields in central Italy. The selection of investigation sites was determined by the individual seismic interest of each location. The project began in the summer of 1991, with the installation of 2 magnetotelluric stations in the province of Isernia, (Collemeluccio and Montedimezzo). In 1992, 2 more stations became operative, one in the province of Rieti, (Fassinoro), the other in the province of L'Aquila, (S. Vittoria). For the purpose of this project, the magnetic observatory in L'Aquila was also equipped with electric lines, for the measurement of the telluric field. The aim of the analysis here presented, is to show that is possible to follow the temporal evolution of magnetotelluric characteristic parameters. At Collemeluccio this evolution was compared with the seismic released energy for events recorded within the study area.
topic Magnetotellurics
modelling
seismicity
url http://www.annalsofgeophysics.eu/index.php/annals/article/view/3959
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