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  • Record of mega-earthquakes in subduction thrusts: the black fault rocks of Pasagshak Point (Kodiak Island, Alaska)

    Meneghini, F.; Di Toro, G.; Rowe, D. C.; Moore, C.; Tsutsumi, A. (2010)
    Abstract: On Kodiak Island (Alaska), decimeter-thick black fault rocks (BFR) are at the core of 10's meters-thick foliated cataclasites. Cataclasites belong to mélanges regarded as paleo-décollement active at 12-14 km depth and 230-260oC. Each black layer is mappable for tens of meters along strike. The BFR feature a complex layering made at microscale by alternation of granular and crystalline microtextures, composed of micron-scale sub-rounded quartz and plagioclase in an ultraf...

    Postseismic stress relaxation in a layered spherical Earth with linear viscoelastic rheologies

    Melini, D.; Cannelli, V.; Piersanti, A.; Spada, G. (2008)
    We present the new capabilities offered by the application of the Post-Widder Laplace inversion formula to semianalytical postseismic stress modeling in a spherical, viscoelastic self-gravitating Earth. Within the normal-mode solution framework, the Post-Widder algorithm allows to recover the temporal dependence of the physical observables without the explicit computation of Bromwhich path integrals; in this way, many of the limitations of normal-mode based models are completely b...

    Seawater intrusion and groundwater quality in the Southern Italy region of Apulia: a multi-methodological approach to the protection

    Polemio, M. (2005)
    Remarkably fast socio-economic development over the past few decades stressed the Region of Apulia’s hydrogeology by originating different hazard sources. Massive groundwater withdrawal increased and aquifers were also increasingly bound to be a sort of ultimate receptacle for domestic and industrial wastewaters. The entire region underwent twofold human-origin pollution caused by saline seawater and chemical-physical intrusion. The importance of impaired natural resources and situation se...

    OMBRA: Observing Montello BRoad Activity. Una rete temporanea per lo studio dei processi di deformazione attraverso la faglia del Montello (Alpi orientali).

    Cavaliere, A.; Danecek, P.; Salimbeni, S.; Danesi, S.; Pondrelli, S.; Serpelloni, E.; Augliera, P.; Franceschina, G.; Lovati, S.; Massa, M.; Maistrello, M.; Pessina, V. (2011)
    L’area veneta delle Alpi orientali è caratterizzata da una debole sismicità di background. In particolare, l’attività sismica registrata negli ultimi 30 anni [Castello et al., 2006; Bollettino Sismico INGV1] mostra eventi di bassa energia (ML

    Automated detection and analysis of volcanic thermal anomalies through the combined use of SEVIRI and MODIS

    Ganci, G.; Del Negro, C.; Vicari, A.; Fortuna, L. (2010)
    Multispectral infrared observations carried out by the spacecrafts have shown that spaceborne remote sensing of high-temperature volcanic features is feasible and robust enough to turn into volcano monitoring. Especially meteorological satellites have proven a powerful instrument to detect and monitor dynamic phenomena, such as volcanic processes, allowing very high temporal resolution despite of their low spatial resolution. An automated system that uses both EOS-MODIS and ...
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