dyna-convert.py: python code to convert dyna files to the most popular seismic formats (mseed, sac, ...). Requires ObsPy.
ITACA (ITalian ACcelerometric Archive) version 2.0
ITACA 2.0 contains about 7500 processed three-component waveforms generated by about 1200 earthquakes with magnitude greater than 3. Most of the data have been recorded by the National Accelerometric Network (RAN), operated by the Italian Civil Protection Department - Presidency of the Council of Ministers (DPC) and by the National Seismic Network, operated by Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia (INGV).
Corrected and uncorrected time-series and response spectra are available from the download pages, where the parameters of interest can be set and specific events, stations, waveforms and their metadata can be retrieved.
ITACA 2.0 has been compiled, under the coordination of INGV Milano, in the framework of the agreement between INGV and DPC and the EU Project EPOS.
Records compatible with target spectra
Permission to use, copy or reproduce parts of the Database is granted provided that ITACA is properly referenced as: ITACA 2.0 (http://itaca.mi.ingv.it; Luzi et al., 2008; Pacor et al., 2011)
Luzi, L., S. Hailemikael, D. Bindi D, F. Pacor, F. Mele, F. Sabetta (2008), ITACA (ITalian ACcelerometric Archive): A Web Portal for the Dissemination of Italian Strong-motion Data, Seismological Research Letters, 79(5), 716–722. Doi: 10.1785/gssrl.79.5.716
Pacor, F., R. Paolucci, L. Luzi, F. Sabetta, A. Spinelli, A. Gorini, M. Nicoletti, S. Marcucci, L. Filippi, M. Dolce (2011), Overview of the Italian strong motion database ITACA 1.0, Bull Earthquake Eng, 9(6), 1723–1739. Doi: 10.1007/s10518-011-9327-6