Gargano Promontory (Italy) microseismicity (2013-2018): waveform data and earthquake catalogue

Published: 17-01-2021| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/7b5mmdjpt3.3
Marilena Filippucci,
Simona Miccolis,
Angelo Castagnozzi,
Gianpaolo Cecere,
Salvatore de Lorenzo,
Giacinto Donvito,
Luigi Falco,
Maddalena Michele,
Stefano Nicotri,
Annalisa Romeo,
Giulio Selvaggi,
Andrea Tallarico


Database of the collected waveforms of microearthquakes occurred in the Gargano region (Southern Italy), recorded by the stations of the National Seismic Network (RSN-INGV) and by the Gargano seismic network (OTRIONS) in the period 2013/04/15 to 2018/08/05, and that integrates the INGV catalogue ( Database of the recognized earthquakes. The University of Bari (Italy) in cooperation with the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology (INGV) (Italy), deployed, in 2013, the OTRIONS micro-earthquake network aiming to better understand the active tectonics of the Gargano promontory (Southern Italy). The network consists of 12 short period 3 component seismic stations located in the Apulian territory (Southern Italy). This data releases regards the waveform database collected from 2013 up to 2018. At the end of 2018, we implemented a cloud infrastructure to make more robust the acquisition and storage system of the network through a collaboration with the RECAS-Bari computing centre of the University of Bari (Italy) and of the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (Italy). From the beginning of 2019 waveform dataset and the station metadata are accessible through the European Integrated Data Archive.


Steps to reproduce

The file Gargano_Bulletin_13-18.txt can be reproduced relocating the earthquakes by using the seismic traces in Events_2013-2018 folder, the velocity model 1D_Vp_Model.txt and the recording stations OT_Stations.txt