Articles | Volume 17
Sci. Dril., 17, 31–35, 2014
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-17-31-2014
Sci. Dril., 17, 31–35, 2014
https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-17-31-2014
Progress report
29 Apr 2014
Progress report | 29 Apr 2014

The shallow boreholes at The AltotiBerina near fault Observatory (TABOO; northern Apennines of Italy)

L. Chiaraluce et al.

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Chiaraluce, L. and TABOO working group: The Alto Tiberina Near Fault Observatory (Northern Apenniines, Italy), Ann. Geophys., in review, 2014.
Chiaraluce, L., Chiarabba, C., Collettini, C., Piccinini, D., and Cocco, M.: Architecture and mechanics of an active low angle normal fault: Alto Tiberina Fault, northern Apennines, Italy, J. Geophys. Res., 112, B10310, https://doi.org/10.1029/2007JB005015, 2007.
Cocco, M., Montone, P., Barchi, M. R., Dresen, G., and Zoback, M. D.: MOLE: A Multidisciplinary Observatory and Laboratory of Experiments in Central Italy, Sci. Dril., 7, 60–64, https://doi.org/10.5194/sd-7-60-2009, 2009.
Collettini, C.: The mechanical paradox of low angle normal faults: current understanding and open questions, Tectonophysics, 510, 253–268, 2011.
Collettini, C. and Barchi, M. R.: A low angle normal fault in the Umbria region (central Italy): A mechanical model for the related microseismicity, Tectonophysics, 359, 97–115, 2002.
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