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Annals of Geophysics
This work explores three years of geochemical signals recorded by Pieschi station (Southern Italy). The measuring station is located in a thermal spring located in the Southern Apennines Chain, one of the most seismically active areas of the Mediterranean region. The spring is located close to a geophysical monitoring network installed in 2001 by IMAA-CNR. The probe is able to record temperature and water conductivity with a sampling rate of 10 min. From November 2001 to February 2005 severaldoi:10.4401/ag-3067 doaj:dc1d1b0aca374517acb12688a44f52e4 fatcat:4f5vnbwpk5bjngj5s4bgihaw2m