GPS/GIS SYSTEM FOR UPDATING CAPABLE FAULTS IN THE CALABRIAN TERRITORY THROUGH THE USE OF SOFT COMPUTING TECHNIQUES

GNSS & Satellite Geodesy

Authors

First and Last Name Academic degree E-mail Affiliation
Vincenzo Barrile Ph.D. vincenzo.barrile [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy
Ernesto Bernardo Ph.D. ernesto.bernardo [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy
Antonino Fotia Ph.D. antonino.fotia [at] unirc.it Mediterranea University
Reggio Calabria, Italy

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First published on this website: 01.11.2020 - 17:28
Abstract 

Calabria is crossed by a system of active faults which represents a high seismic risk for the whole territory. With a view to providing a contribution to territorial monitoring and control also for the purpose of "forecasting catastrophic events" and territorial prevention, the Geomatics Lab of the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria is working on updating the database of faults capable of the Calabria Region through the creation of territorial topographic networks for the monitoring and control of potentially active faults, to be managed through a GIS. In this regard (thanks to the large amount of displacement data acquired over time by the GPS networks implemented), we are also working on the experimentation of a neural network for the prediction of the probability of occurrence of an earthquake of a given magnitude following others occurring in the surrounding area, relating the data provided by the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, with those obtained from the experimental GPS surveying networks, used to monitor active faults (to date the Castrovillari fault, the fault in the area between Fuscaldo - Falerna, and the Reggio Calabria fault).

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Comments

Secretary GeoTerrace
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Dear authors,

Thank you for your paper submission!

Please note that all figures must be clear and understandable (minimum 500 dpi).

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Tue, 11/03/2020 - 16:17
Ernesto Bernardo
researcher

Hi, the only figure that seems hard to understand is figure 3, I replaced it with a higher resolution one. If you think it's not enough, the only solution is to delete it.

Best regards, Ernesto Bernardo

Fri, 11/06/2020 - 12:53
Ernesto Bernardo
researcher

Hi, the only figure that seems hard to understand is figure 3, I replaced it with a higher resolution one. If you think it's not enough, the only solution is to delete it.

Best regards, Ernesto Bernardo

Fri, 11/06/2020 - 12:56
Ernesto Bernardo
researcher

Hi, I just noticed that by transmitting the pdf to the platform, image 3 loses a lot of resolution. I honestly don't know how to do it, I am sending you the original high resolution image attached. As you can see, when I insert it in the word file the resolution is optimal, when I print the pdf the resolution is optimal but when I load the pdf on the platform the resolution becomes very bad,

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Fri, 11/06/2020 - 13:04