Oral program 22

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Historical earthquake research in Europe
Conveners: Andrea Rovida , Christa Hammerl , Ina Cecić 
Session details
Oral program
 / Wed, 07 Sep, 11:30–17:45  / Room Vulcania 2
Poster program
 / Attendance Wed, 07 Sep, 10:30–11:30  / Poster area
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Wednesday, 07 Sep 2016
Room Vulcania 2
Chairperson: Hammerl, Rovida
11:30–11:45
ESC2016-38
Earthquakes between 1350 and 1700 in southern Dalmatia and Montenegro
Paola Albini and Andrea Rovida
11:45–12:00
ESC2016-624
Macroseismic information from Ottoman Archives for earthquakes of 19th century in Central-Eastern Turkey
Karin Sesetyan, Orhan Sakin, Serpil Sonmez, and Mine B. Demircioglu
12:00–12:15
ESC2016-322
Stochastic strong ground motion simulations for the intermediate-depth historical earthquakes
Harris Kkallas, Costas Papazachos, David Boore, and Vasilis Margaris
12:15–12:30
ESC2016-264
The 1895 Ljubljana earthquake: can the intensity data points discriminate which one of the nearby faults was the causative one?
Lara Tiberi, Giovanni Costa, Petra Jamšek Rupnik, Ina Cecić, and Peter Suhadolc
12:30–12:45
ESC2016-256
Macroseismic evaluation of Santa Maria island (Azores) 1937 and 1939 earthquakes
Rita Carmo, Teresa Ferreira, and Rita Marques
Lunch break
Chairperson: Cecić, Hammerl
14:30–14:45
ESC2016-661
Seismic Sardinia: the historical earthquakes of an "earthquake-less" island
Romano Camassi, Viviana Castelli, and Carlo Meletti
14:45–15:00
ESC2016-113
Mycenaean Tiryns and the Earthquake Hypothesis: Summary of Results from the HERACLES Project
Klaus-G. Hinzen, Ursula Damm-Meinhardt, Claus Fleischer, Hector Hinojosa-Prieto, Joseph Maran, Sharon K. Reamer, Gregor Schweppe, and Jana Tzislakis
15:00–15:15
ESC2016-541
A Conceptual Framework for Spatial and Temporal Visualisations of Historical and Recent Earthquake Data
Peter Ferschin and Christa Hammerl
15:15–15:30
ESC2016-547
The 2015 version of the Italian Parametric Earthquake Catalogue (CPTI15)
Andrea Rovida, Mario Locati, Romano Camassi, Barbara Lolli, Paolo Gasperini, Raffaele Azzaro, Filippo Bernardini, Salvatore D'Amico, Emanuela Ercolani, Carlo Meletti, Antonio Rossi, and Andrea Tertulliani
15:30–15:45
ESC2016-62
Comparing the annual frequencies of exceedance of observed intensities to those predicted by probabilistic seismic hazard assessments for France
Julien Rey, Celine Beauval, and John Douglas
15:45–16:00
ESC2016-586
Assessment of earthquake parameters: Limited IDP knowledge could bring to magnitude overestimation.
Antoine Schlupp and Christophe Sira
16:00–16:15
ESC2016-434
Rectangular Blocks vs Polygonal Walls in Archaeoseismology
Klaus-G. Hinzen and Arnaud Montabert
16:15–16:30
ESC2016-619
The state-of-the-art of the investigation of 1858 Žilina (Slovakia) earthquake
Robert Kysel, Peter Labak, and Christa Hammerl
16:30–16:45
ESC2016-666
Finding gaps in the historical earthquake record of Italy: case histories
Filippo Bernardini, Romano Camassi, Viviana Castelli, Emanuela Ercolani, Carlos H. Caracciolo, Antonio Rossi, and Andrea Tertulliani
16:45–17:00
ESC2016-175
Scientific networks and data-exchanges in European seismological research during the 1930s and 1940s.
Lif Lund Jacobsen
17:00–17:15
ESC2016-660
Retrieving lost earthquakes 3.0
Romano Camassi, Viviana Castelli, Raffaele Azzaro, Filippo Bernardini, Carlos H. Caracciolo, Emanuela Ercolani, Antonio Rossi, and Andrea Tertulliani
17:15–17:30
ESC2016-609
ASMI, the Italian node of the European Archive of Historical Earthquake Data (AHEAD)
Mario Locati and Andrea Rovida
17:30–17:45
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