Earthquake-Prediction Research in a Natural Laboratory
Multidisciplinary European technology and science are
applied in a common action aimed at
progress in earthquake prediction research
and at reducing seismic risk. The questions are where, how and when large
earthquake ground motions will occur. Answers are sought by studying the
physical processes and conditions leading to large earthquakes.
The PRENLAB project started on March 1. 1996, and ended on February 28, 2000.
- Prenlab-2 project started on April 1, 1998 ended on June 30, 2000.
The project ENV4-CT96-0252 nad EUUG-CT91-0536 is funded by the European Commission, Directorate
General XII for Science, Research and Development, Environment and Climate
Programme, (Climate and Natural Hazards Unit, A.Ghazi, Division Head, M.
Yeroyanni, Scientific Officer).