The main purpose of the Central Adriatic Seismic Experiment (CASE) project is to investigate with up to date research techniques the seismicity and seismotectonics of the Central-South Adria Plate and its 3D lithosphere and upper mantle structure. The CASE project is carried out as “AlpArray Complementary Experiment” managed by the following 4 participating institutions.
ETH Zürich (Department of Earth Sciences and Swiss Seismological Service, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich) represented by I. Molinari and E. Kissling (Switzerland)
University of Zagreb (Department of Geophysics and Croatian Seismological Service, Faculty of Science) represented by J. Stipčević and S. Prevolnik (Croatia)
Republic Hydrometeorological Service of Republic of Srpska (RHMZ RS) represented by V. Šipka and Z. Božović (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia and Centro Nazionale Terremoti (Italy) represented by S. Salimbeni and S. Mazza.
Broad band station (temporary and permanent) involved in the CASE experiment. Circles indicate the BB temporary stations installed during the CASE experiment. Operation will last until the end of 2017, at least.
Installation of temporary CASE stations in Republic of Srpska, BiH
Palagruza temporary station (CA06A): getting there
Palagruza temporary station (CA06A): insallation of the solar panels
Palagruza temporary station (CA06A): sensor and final configuration
CASE temporary station (CA09A) in a monastry - Orebic (Croatia)
Temporary CASE station in Mljet natural park (Croatia)