The 2016 central Italy earthquake sequence produced distinctive surface faulting on the Mt. Vettore-Mt. Bove normal fault system. Using a combination of ground measurements and aerial surveys, we have produced a detailed record of surface rupture from all mainshocks of the sequence: 24 August 2016 (M6.1), 26 October 2016 (M5.9), and 30 October 2016 (M6.5). Our data includes locations, amount, and direction of slip observed following these events. As such, we have a record of the progression of rupture from event-to-event. The data recorded from this work have several useful features: (1) they enable robust comparison of displacements evaluated from ground surveys and 3D models produced from aerial imagery (2) they provide valuable data points on amount of slip, fraction of fault producing surface rupture, and distribution of slip across the fault, and (3) they provide information on slip or lack of slip on apparent secondary features along with the main fault plane for different events.
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|Titolo:||Surface fault rupture from 2016 Central Italy earthquake sequence|
ZIMMARO, PAOLO (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|