Real time monitoring of structures in task force missions: the example of the Mw = 6.3 Central Italy Earthquake, April 6, 2009
Letter to the Editor
KeywordsWireless Mesh Network Earthquake Early Warning Strong Aftershock Earthquake Early Warning System Innovative System
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The work undertaken was supported of the German Earthquake Task Force. We thank K. Fleming, who kindly improved the English.
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