Strain and stress fields in the Southern Apennines (Italy) constrained by geodetic, seismological and borehole data
Article first published online: 18 OCT 2011
© 2011 The Authors Geophysical Journal International © 2011 RAS
Geophysical Journal International
Volume 187, Issue 3, pages 1270–1282, December 2011
How to Cite
Palano, M., Cannavò, F., Ferranti, L., Mattia, M. and Mazzella, M.E. (2011), Strain and stress fields in the Southern Apennines (Italy) constrained by geodetic, seismological and borehole data. Geophysical Journal International, 187: 1270–1282. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-246X.2011.05234.x
- Issue published online: 17 NOV 2011
- Article first published online: 18 OCT 2011
- Accepted 2011 September 9. Received 2011 September 9; in original form 2011 March 14
Appendix A. Monthly North and East coordinates time as resulting from the daily aggregation according to (McCaffrey et al. 2007). For each plot we removed the linear trend according to values reported in Appendix B. The error bars show the 95 per cent confidence interval. Ordinate units are millimetres.
Appendix B. Site code, geodetic coordinates, east and north velocity components referred to a fixed Central Europe frame (Nocquet & Calais 2003) and associated errors (95 per cent of confidence) are reported for all GPS stations included in the processing. For each site, the correlation between the east and north components of velocity (RHO) and the observation history is also reported.
Appendix C. Map showing the grid geometry (in red) used in the strain-rate computation. The velocity field was interpolated at each knot of this grid, which is 0.2° spaced by removing (i) all sites with fewer than 2.5 yr of data (CABA, ISER, PETC and ARCA); (ii) all sites located from Rome to the Bay of Naples (ENAV, FRUL, FORM and LICO) because distant from the rest of the network, and two of them are likely affected by local deformations and (iii) LATT and KROT sites because showing suspicious movements with respect to nearby sites. Black arrows represent observed velocity; white arrows represent the interpolated velocity. The strain-rates were computed at the centre of each grid cell, using the method of Haines et al. (1998).
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