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Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences
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  • The tsunami triggered by the 21 May 2003 Boumerdès-Zemmouri (Algeria) earthquake: field investigations on the French Mediterranean coast and tsunami modelling

    A. Sahal; J. Roger; S. Allgeyer; B. Lemaire; H. Hébert; F. Schindelé; F. Lavigne (2009)
    A field survey was organized on the French Mediterranean coasts to investigate the effects of the tsunami induced by the 21 May 2003 Boumerdès-Zemmouri (Algeria) earthquake (<i>M<sub>w</sub></i>=6.9). The results show that eight harbours were affected by important sea level disturbances that caused material loss. Unfortunately, the low sampling rate of the French tide gage records (10 min) does not allow for a proper evaluation of the tsunami wave amplitudes since thes...

    Structural damages of L'Aquila (Italy) earthquake

    H. Kaplan; H. Bilgin; S. Yilmaz; H. Binici; A. Öztas (2010)
    On 6 April 2009 an earthquake of magnitude 6.3 occurred in L'Aquila city, Italy. In the city center and surrounding villages many masonry and reinforced concrete (RC) buildings were heavily damaged or collapsed. After the earthquake, the inspection carried out in the region provided relevant results concerning the quality of the materials, method of construction and the performance of the structures. The region was initially inhabited in the 13th century and has many historic structures. The ...

    Editorial Note &quot;A case of plagiarism&quot;

    F. Guzzetti (2009)
    No abstract available.

    Mediterranean cyclone characteristics related to precipitation occurrence in Crete, Greece

    V. Iordanidou; A. G. Koutroulis; I. K. Tsanis (2015)
    The characteristics of the cyclone tracks that caused precipitation events of variable intensity for the period 1979–2011 over the island of Crete are presented. The data set used for cyclone identification is the 0.5° × 0.5°, 30 years European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) ERA-Interim mean sea-level pressure. Cyclone characteristics are calculated with the aid of the Melbourne University algorithm (MS scheme). Daily precipitation data from a dense gaugi...

    Uncorrected land-use planning highlighted by flooding: the Alba case study (Piedmont, Italy)

    F. Luino; L. Turconi; C. Petrea; G. Nigrelli (2012)
    Alba is a town of over 30 000 inhabitants located along the Tanaro River (Piedmont, northwestern Italy) and is famous for its wine and white truffles. Many important industries and companies are based in Alba, including the famous confectionery group Ferrero. <br><br> The town suffered considerably from a flood that occurred on 5–6 November 1994. Forty-eight percent of the urban area was inundated, causing severe damage and killing nine people. After the flood, the Alba area was a...
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