Special Issue "Advanced Sensor Networks/Seismic Networks and Monitoring for Earthquakes and Phenomena Having a Seismic Signature"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 12 March 2022.
Interests: microseismicity; seismic tomography; microseismic monitoring; background seismic baseline; earthquakes location; induced seismicity
Interests: real-time seismic data analysis; large seismological data sets analysis and mining; temporary field deployments; real-time data acquisition systems
Interests: Development of advanced methods of seismic tomography and earthquake location; Analysis and construction of crustal velocity models; Focal mechanisms and seismogenic stress fields computation; Comparative analyses of seismological, geological and geophysical information
- tectonic and induced earthquakes
- fiber DAS networks
- no earthquakes seismic signature events
- rotational sensors
- off-shore seismicity location improvements
- seismic information from unconventional sensors
Dr. Mario Anselmi
Dr. Aladino Govoni
Dr. Cristina Totaro
Dr. Maria Adelaide Romano
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- seismic networks
- seismic arrays
- seismic monitoring
- induced seismicity
- natural and anthropogenic events
- fiber DAS
- rotational sensors