ready Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources

Abbreviation:DISS

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The Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS) is a georeferenced repository of tectonic, fault, and paleoseismological information expressly devoted, but not limited, to potential applications in the assessment of seismic hazard at regional and national scale. DISS represents faults in 3D and contains fully-parameterized records. The core objects of DISS are: individual seismogenic sources, composite seismogenic sources, debated seismogenic sources and subduction zones.




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Publication for citation  The Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3: summarizing 20 years of research on Italy's earthquake geology Basili R., G. Valensise, P. Vannoli, P. Burrato, U. Fracassi, S. Mariano, M.M. Tiberti, E. Boschi; Tectonophysics ; 2008.


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The Database of Individual Seismogenic Sources (DISS), version 3: summarizing 20 years of research on Italy's earthquake geology

Basili R., G. Valensise, P. Vannoli, P. Burrato, U. Fracassi, S. Mariano, M.M. Tiberti, E. Boschi
Tectonophysics 2008

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