In general, OASIS includes only data of stations managed by OGS, in some cases in collaboration with other institutions. For its activity of seismic monitoring, OGS acquires data also from networks owned by other Institutions. However those data are not included in OASIS.
Data managed by OASIS always refer to stations belonging to networks. Networks are classified as either permanent or temporary.Top
Permanent neworks are devoted to the continuous monitoring of the North-East Italy or other specific areas. Usually, stations of the permanent networks are realized by high quality, permanent monuments. Data are acquired either by trigger or continuously. The following Table shows the permanent network codes that can be found in OASIS as well as some complementary information.
|Code||Full Name||Reference/DOI||Management||N. of
|Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto Regional Short Period Networks||doi:10.7914/SN/FV||By OGS in collaboration with the Civil Protections of the Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto Regions||1995-2014||Free|
|North-East Italy Regional Broad Band Seismic Network||doi:10.7914/SN/NI||In collaboration between OGS and DiGeo3||2006-2014||Free|
|Mediterranenan Very Broadband Seismographic Network - MEDNET||By INGV4 in collaboration with other Institutions||2006-2014||Free|
|Collalto Seismic Network||doi:10.7914/SN/EV||By OGS on behalf of Edison Stoccaggio s.p.a.||Since 12/2011||Free|
|North-East Italy Seismic Network||doi:10.7914/SN/OX||By OGS in collaboration with the Civil Protections of the Friuli Venezia Giulia and Veneto Regions||Since 01/2016||Restricted|
Temporary neworks concern experiments carried out within research projects. At present, OASIS manages only continuous recordings or earthquake records. In the future, OASIS might also manage other kinds of data, such noise records. The access to these data is usually restricted, however permission can be asked to the project responsible . The following Table summarizes the temporary networks that have been loaded into OASIS.
|Code||Full Name or Area||Type of Study||Management||N. of
|Vittorio Veneto (Treviso, Italy)||Site response and microzonation||By OGS, with funds of GNDT3||2001-2004||Free2|
|Spoleto (Perugia, Italy)||Site response and microzonation||By OGS, on behalf of the Spoleto Municipality||2005-2006||Free2|
|Perugia (Italy)||Site response and microzonation||By OGS, on behalf of the Umbria Region||2008-2009||Free2|
|Bevagna (Perugia, Italy)||Site response||By OGS, on behalf of the Bevagna Municipality||2009-2010||Free2|
|Sulmona (L'Aquila, Italy)||Weak Earthquakes Detection||In collaboration between OGS and Chieti University||2009-2011||Restricted2|
|Cavazzo Carnico and Tolmezzo (Udine, Italy)||Seismic response of the alpine valley, site response and microzonation||By OGS, within the Interreg III B EU SEISMOVALP Project||2004-2005||Free2|
|Fadalto (Treviso, Italy)||Seismic monitoring of local rumbles||By OGS, in collaboration with the Veneto Region||2011||Restricted2|
|Ferrara (Italy)||Seismic monitoring of the ML5.9 May 20, 2012 seismic sequence.||By OGS, in coordination with DNPC4 and INGV5||2012: 25/5-25/7||Free2|
|Umbertide (Perugia, Italy)||Site response and microzonation||By OGS, on behalf of the Umbria Region||2012-2013||Restricted2|