Event Date : 08-24-2016
Location : Central Italy
Report Date : 09-15-2016
Event Category: Earthquake
Sequence of Events: Yes
EQ Magnitude : INGV 6.0, 5.9, 6.5
Report Number: GEER-050
DOI: doi:10.18118/G61S3Z
Event Latitude: 42.69561
Event Longitude: 13.251019
Jonathan P.    Stewart (UCLA)
Giuseppe    Lanzo (Sapienza University of Rome)
Collaborators: Italian Geotechnical Society; Italian Center for Seismic Microzonation and its Applications; Consortium ReLUIS, Centre of Competence of Department of Civil Protection; DIsaster RECovery Team of Politecnico di Torino
Summary: The central Italy earthquake occurred on 24 August 2016 at 03:36 AM local time. The magnitude is listed as M6.0 by INGV and M6.2 by USGS. The Italy-US GEER team effort combines traditional reconnaissance activities of on-ground recording and mapping of field conditions, with advanced imaging and damage detection routines enabled by state-of-the-art geomatics technology. We describe preliminary findings useful for the broad technical community, emergency responders, and general public. These findings concern attributes of the causative fault system, surface fault rupture, recorded ground motions, landslides and rockfalls, damage to building structures and their spatial patterns, and damage to other types of structures, including bridges. DIsaster RECovery Team of Politecnico di Torino Videos accompanying this report can be found on the GEER YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/4f1mv9PE85o?list=PLBfFfp09pyW5Z7j9ZsQXL9f2gya7IIzQW. The models in the links below were developed using Acute3D by Bentley, which incorporates Structure from Motion Computer Vision: Pescara del Tronto – Landslides, structural failures, exposed lifeline, retaining wall failures - http://prismweb.groups.et.byu.net/PL/App/#%2F, Rockfall model - http://prismweb.groups.et.byu.net/IRF/App/#%2F, and Accumoli Landslide and Retaining Wall Failure - http://prismweb.groups.et.byu.net/IA/App/#%2F
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Report Part 2 - October events Version 1 01-09-2017
The work of the GEER Association, in general, is based upon work supported in part by the National Science Foundation through the Geotechnical Engineering Program under Grant No. CMMI-1266418. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF. The GEER Association is made possible by the vision and support of the NSF Geotechnical Engineering Program Directors: Dr. Richard Fragaszy and the late Dr. Cliff Astill. GEER members also donate their time, talent, and resources to collect time-sensitive field observations of the effects of extreme events.