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https://doi.org/10.5194/os-20-1-2024
https://doi.org/10.5194/os-20-1-2024
Research article
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08 Jan 2024
Research article |  | 08 Jan 2024

Integration of microseism, wavemeter buoy, HF radar and hindcast data to analyze the Mediterranean cyclone Helios

Alfio Marco Borzì, Vittorio Minio, Raphael De Plaen, Thomas Lecocq, Salvatore Alparone, Salvatore Aronica, Flavio Cannavò, Fulvio Capodici, Giuseppe Ciraolo, Sebastiano D'Amico, Danilo Contrafatto, Giuseppe Di Grazia, Ignazio Fontana, Giovanni Giacalone, Graziano Larocca, Carlo Lo Re, Giorgio Manno, Gabriele Nardone, Arianna Orasi, Marco Picone, Giovanni Scicchitano, and Andrea Cannata

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In this work, we study a Mediterranean cyclone that occurred in February 2023 and its relationship with a particular seismic signal called microseism. By integrating the data recorded by seismic stations, satellites, HF radar and wavemeter buoy we are able to obtain information about this event. We show how an innovative monitoring system of the Mediterranean cyclones can be designed by integrating microseism information with other techniques routinely used to study meteorological phenomena.