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  Poster Programme - TS4.4 3000 years of earthquake ground effects reports in Europe: geological analysis of active faults and benefits for hazard assessment

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Convener: Michetti, A.
Co-Convener: Reicherter, K., Silva Barroso, P.
Co-Sponsorship: INQUA, Subcommission on Paleoseismicity

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Thursday, 6 April 2006 13:30 - 15:00
Display Time: Thursday, 6 April 2006 08:00 -
Thursday, 6 April 2006 19:30
Poster Area: Halls X/Y

Chairperson: K. REICHERTER

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EGU06-A-04513;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0954
Silva, P.G.; Reicherter, K.R.; Bardají, T.; Lario, J.; Peltzer, M.; Grützner, Ch.; Becker-Heidmann, P.; Goy, J.L.; Zazo, C.; Borja, F.
Surface and subsurface paleoseismic record of the Baelo Claudia area (Gibraltar Arc area, southern Spain) – first results (solicited)

EGU06-A-04565;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0955
Reicherter, K.R.; Silva, P.G.; Goy, J.L.; Schlegel, U.; Schöneich, S.; Zazo, C.
Active faults and paleostress history of the Gibraltar Arc area (southern Spain) – first results

EGU06-A-06483;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0956
Pavlides, S.; Chatzipetros, A.; Zervopoulou, A.; Kurcer, A.; Triantafyllos, D.
Post-Roman seismic activity in Mikri Doxipara – Zoni archaeological excavation (NE Greece)

EGU06-A-09228;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0957
Lee, H.; Im, C. B.; Shim, T. M.; Choi, H. S.; Noh, M.; Jeong, J. H.
Technical backgrounds of active fault definitions used for nuclear facility siting: a review

EGU06-A-10431;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0958
Pace, B.; Peruzza, L.; Lavecchia, G.; Boncio, P.; Visini, F.
Active faults, regional seismotectonic zonation and seismic hazard assessment in central Italy. A multidisciplinary approach

EGU06-A-09572;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0959
Papanikolaou, I.D.; Papanikolaou, D.I.; Lekkas, E.L.
Epicentral-near field and far field effects from recent earthquakes in Greece. Implications for the recently introduced INQUA Scale

EGU06-A-06306;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0960
Schenk, V.; Pichl, R.; Schenková, Z.; Kalogeras, I.
Isoseismal map drawing by kriging default option

EGU06-A-07750;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0961
Guerrieri, L.; Esposito, E.; Porfido, S.; Vittori, E.
The application of INQUA Scale to the 1805 Molise earthquake

EGU06-A-01001;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0962
Giardina, F.; Carcano, C.; Livio, F.; Michetti, A.M.; Mueller, K.; Rogledi, S.; Serva, L.; Sileo, G.; Vittori, E.
Active compressional tectonics and Quaternary capable faults in the Western Southern Alps

EGU06-A-05018;  TS4.4-1TH3P-0963
Kastelic, V.; Cunningham, D.
Multi-Disciplinary Investigation of Active Strike-Slip Fault Propagation in the Julian Alps: The Ravne Fault, NW Slovenia

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