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Seismic risk in Italy for earthquakes of intensity IX (Mercalli scale)



Seismic risk in Italy for earthquakes of intensity IX (Mercalli scale)



Tectonophysics 30(3-4): 261-267



In this report the yearly probability of an earthquake of intensity IX (Mercalli scale) in any area in Italy and the error at 95% of confidence have been evaluated; for the purposes of this evaluation, Italy has been divided into small areas separated by a distance of 3' both in latitude and in longitude.

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DOI: 10.1016/0040-1951(76)90189-x


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