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Vol. 59, n.4, December 2018

Table of contents

Part A

Preface:
Francesco Giorgetti // pp. 313-318
D. Slejko, M. Riuscetti and I. Cecić :
The 1976 Friuli earthquake: lessons learned // pp. 319-326
D. Slejko:
What science remains of the 1976 Friuli earthquake? // pp. 327-350
G.B. Carulli:
The development of seismotectonic studies on the Friuli Venezia Giulia region before and following the 1976 Friuli earthquake // pp. 351-372
G. Zamberletti:
Friuli 1976: emergency management between the May and September earthquakes // pp. 373-379
D. Carpenedo:
The role of local government in the reconstruction after the 1976 Friuli earthquake // pp. 381-384
G. Carbonetto:
The 1976 Friuli earthquake in the newsroom // pp. 385-398
G. Grünthal:
The 6 May 1976 Friuli earthquake revisited: macroseismic intensities in Central and north-eastern Germany // pp. 399-416
A. Tertulliani, I. Cecić, R. Meurers, I. Sović, D. Kaiser, G. Grünthal, J. Pazdirkova, C. Sira, B. Guterch, R. Kysel, T. Camelbeeck, T. Lecocq and G. Szanyi:
The 6 May 1976 Friuli earthquake: re-evaluating and consolidating transnational macroseismic data // pp. 417-444
F. Pettenati, L. Sirovich and D. Sandron:
Modern techniques of treating damage patterns (intensity) to retrieve information on the 6 May 1976 M 6.4 earthquake // pp. 445-462
M.E. Poli and A. Zanferrari:
The seismogenic sources of the 1976 Friuli earthquakes: a new seismotectonic model for the Friuli area // pp. 463-480
A. Rebez, I. Cecić, G. Renner, D. Sandron and D. Slejko:
Misunderstood “forecasts”: two case histories from former Yugoslavia and Italy // pp. 481-504
S. Grimaz and P. Malisan:
Advancements from a posteriori studies on the damage to buildings caused by the 1976 Friuli earthquake (north-eastern Italy) // pp. 505-526
F. Doglioni, S. Grimaz and A. Moretti:
How the 1976 Friuli earthquake prompted research into the seismic behaviour of historical buildings and the formulating of effective and tailored seismic improvements // pp. 527-542
M. Santulin, A. Rebez, M. Riuscetti, G.B. Carulli, S. Grimaz, F. Cucchi and D. Slejko:
The legacy of the 1976 Friuli earthquake // pp. 543-558
S. Grimaz, P. Malisan and F. Zorzini:
Short-term countermeasures for securing cultural heritage buildings during a seismic emergency: improvements after the 1976 Friuli earthquake // pp. 559-574
L. Peruzza, A. Saraò, C. Barnaba and G. Massolino:
Elapsed time: 40 years. What young people of Friuli Venezia Giulia know about the 1976 earthquakes, natural hazard and seismic safety // pp. 575-588
V. Petrini:
The fallout of the Friuli earthquake // pp. 589-594
M. Riuscetti:
Protection from earthquake damage provided by seismic classification and code in Italy // pp. 595-600

Part B

Part C

AAVV:
Vol. 59, n.4, December 2018 - COMPLETE // pp. 313-600