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The SHARE European Earthquake Catalogue (SHEEC) 1000–1899

Stucchi, M.; Rovida, A.; Gomez Capera, A.A.; Alexandre, P.; Camelbeeck, T.; Demircioglu, M.B.; Gasperini, P.; Kouskouna, V.; Musson, R.M.W.; Radulian, M.; Sesetyan, K.; Vilanova, S.; Baumont, D.; Bungum, H.; Fäh, D.; Lenhardt, W.; Makropoulos, K.; Martinez Solares, J. M.; Scotti, O.; Živčić, M.; Albini, P.; Batllo, J.; Papaioannou, C.; Tatevossian, R.; Locati, M.; Meletti, C.; Viganò, D.; Giardini, D.. 2013 The SHARE European Earthquake Catalogue (SHEEC) 1000–1899. Journal of Seismology, 17 (2). 523-544. 10.1007/s10950-012-9335-2

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Abstract/Summary

In the frame of the European Commission project “Seismic Hazard Harmonization in Europe” (SHARE), aiming at harmonizing seismic hazard at a European scale, the compilation of a homogeneous, European parametric earthquake catalogue was planned. The goal was to be achieved by considering the most updated historical dataset and assessing homogenous magnitudes, with support from several institutions. This paper describes the SHARE European Earthquake Catalogue (SHEEC), which covers the time window 1000–1899. It strongly relies on the experience of the European Commission project “Network of Research Infrastructures for European Seismology” (NERIES), a module of which was dedicated to create the European “Archive of Historical Earthquake Data” (AHEAD) and to establish methodologies to homogenously derive earthquake parameters from macroseismic data. AHEAD has supplied the final earthquake list, obtained after sorting duplications out and eliminating many fake events; in addition, it supplied the most updated historical dataset. Macroseismic data points (MDPs) provided by AHEAD have been processed with updated, repeatable procedures, regionally calibrated against a set of recent, instrumental earthquakes, to obtain earthquake parameters. From the same data, a set of epicentral intensity-to-magnitude relations has been derived,with the aimof providing another set of homogeneous Mw estimates. Then, a strategy focussed on maximizing the homogeneity of the final epicentral location and Mw, has been adopted. Special care has been devoted also to supply location and Mw uncertainty. The paper focuses on the procedure adopted for the compilation of SHEEC and briefly comments on the achieved results.

Item Type: Publication - Article
Digital Object Identifier (DOI): 10.1007/s10950-012-9335-2
ISSN: 1383-4649
Date made live: 09 Sep 2013 10:40 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/503169

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