Seismic microzonation represents a basic tool for local administrations in the developing of cost-effective risk reduction strategies and emergency planning. In recent years, the Italian scientific community has been deeply involved in implementing best-practices and tools to make seismic microzonation studies affordable by allowing its widespread application. Specific guidelines were provided that are representative of the international state of the art in this field. Moreover, the national Center for Seismic Microzonation and its applications (CentroMS) was established, which includes the most important Italian scientific institutions involved in seismic microzonation studies during last years. One of the purposes of this Center is supporting local Authorities and professionals in the field practice. Effectiveness of this organization has been tested during most recent seismic sequences, where the Center was charged to support the development of reconstruction plans. In this review paper the main features of these activities are addressed by focusing on experiences gained in the seismic microzonation studies carried out at 138 Municipalities in the area of Central Italy damaged by the 2016–2017 seismic sequence.
Moscatelli, M., Albarello, D., Scarascia Mugnozza, G., & Dolce, M. (2020). The Italian approach to seismic microzonation. BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING.
|Titolo:||The Italian approach to seismic microzonation|
ALBARELLO, DARIO [Membro del Collaboration Group]
|Citazione:||Moscatelli, M., Albarello, D., Scarascia Mugnozza, G., & Dolce, M. (2020). The Italian approach to seismic microzonation. BULLETIN OF EARTHQUAKE ENGINEERING.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|