2017 - Member of Academia Europaea
His primary areas of investigation include Seismology, Induced seismicity, Aftershock, Subduction and Fault. His Seismology research integrates issues from Seismic tomography, Mantle and Crust. Claudio Chiarabba undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Induced seismicity and Impact crater through his research.
His Aftershock research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Coseismic slip, Epicenter, Sequence, Upper crust and Seismic gap. As a part of the same scientific study, Claudio Chiarabba usually deals with the Subduction, concentrating on Lithosphere and frequently concerns with Slab, P-wave, Earth structure and Structural basin. In the field of Fault, his study on Seismotectonics and Normal fault overlaps with subjects such as Shock.
Seismology, Induced seismicity, Fault, Seismic tomography and Tectonics are his primary areas of study. His studies examine the connections between Seismology and genetics, as well as such issues in Crust, with regards to Receiver function. His research in Induced seismicity intersects with topics in Structural basin, Inversion and Compression, Geophysics.
His Fault study incorporates themes from Large earthquakes and Seismic hazard. Claudio Chiarabba has researched Aftershock in several fields, including Thrust fault, Hypocenter, Sequence and Focal mechanism. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Slab and Geodynamics.
Claudio Chiarabba mainly focuses on Seismology, Sequence, Induced seismicity, Fault and Petrology. His Seismology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Slab and Geodetic datum. Claudio Chiarabba has researched Slab in several fields, including Flow and Subduction.
The Induced seismicity study combines topics in areas such as Volcano and Inversion. His research in Fault intersects with topics in Aftershock, Microseism and Sequence. His Petrology research incorporates themes from Seismic tomography, Magma and Crust.
Claudio Chiarabba mainly investigates Seismology, Induced seismicity, Fault, Normal fault and Aftershock. His Seismology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Slab and Magnitude. While the research belongs to areas of Induced seismicity, Claudio Chiarabba spends his time largely on the problem of Petrology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Permeability, Crust, Geothermal gradient and Receiver function.
His primary area of study in Fault is in the field of Seismic gap. As part of one scientific family, Claudio Chiarabba deals mainly with the area of Normal fault, narrowing it down to issues related to the Sequence, and often Coseismic slip, Upper crust, Extensional definition and Series. His Lithosphere research incorporates elements of Seismic tomography, Eclogitization, Oceanic crust and Ridge.
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A new view of Italian seismicity using 20 years of instrumental recordings
C. Chiarabba;L. Jovane;R. DiStefano.
The 2009 L'Aquila (central Italy) MW6.3 earthquake: Main shock and aftershocks
C. Chiarabba;A. Amato;M. Anselmi;P. Baccheschi.
Geophysical Research Letters (2009)
The 1997 Umbria‐Marche, Italy, Earthquake Sequence: A first look at the main shocks and aftershocks
A. Amato;R. Azzara;C. Chiarabba;G. Cimini.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Seismicity and P-wave velocity image of the Southern Tyrrhenian subduction zone
G. Selvaggi;C. Chiarabba.
Geophysical Journal International (1995)
Tomographic constraints on the geodynamic evolution of the Italian region
Francesco Pio Lucente;Claudio Chiarabba;Giovanni B. Cimini;Domenico Giardini.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1999)
The 2016 central Italy seismic sequence: a first look at the mainshocks, aftershocks, and source models
Lauro Chiaraluce;R. Di Stefano;E. Tinti;L. Scognamiglio.
Seismological Research Letters (2017)
Time-resolved seismic tomography detects magma intrusions at Mount Etna.
D. Patanè;G. Barberi;O. Cocina;P. De Gori.
The southern Tyrrhenian subduction zone: Deep geometry, magmatism and Plio-Pleistocene evolution
Claudio Chiarabba;Pasquale De Gori;Fabio Speranza.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2008)
Magma Ascent and the Pressurization of Mount Etna's Volcanic System
Domenico Patanè;Pasquale De Gori;Claudio Chiarabba;Alessandro Bonaccorso.
CSI Catalogo della sismicità italiana 1981-2002, versione 1.1
Barbara Castello;Giulio Selvaggi;Claudio Chiarabba;Alessandro Amato.
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