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Sedimentary and tectonic evolution of Plio-Pleistocene alluvial and lacustrine deposits of Fucino Basin (central Italy)
Abstract The Fucino Basin was the greatest lake of the central Italy, which was completely drained at the end of 19th century. The basin is an intramontane half-graben filled by Plio–QuaternaryExpand
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Extensional basins in the tectonically bimodal central Apennines fold-thrust belt, Italy: Response to corner flow above a subducting slab in retrograde motion
The Apennines fold-thrust belt has developed over the past ∼20 m.y. in response to southeastward retrograde migration of the Adriatic trench in a region of ongoing subduction but little plateExpand
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Evidence of crustal thickening beneath the central Apennines (Italy) from teleseismic receiver functions
Abstract We computed receiver functions of teleseismic events that occurred within a distance of 35–90° and were recorded in central Italy by 15 temporary stations and 1 permanent station. In theExpand
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A 560–440 ka tephra record from the Mercure Basin, southern Italy: volcanological and tephrostratigraphic implications
Integrated electron microprobe analyses (EMPAs) on glass and Sr–Nd isotope analyses have been performed on 17 tephras from the Middle Pleistocene Mercure lacustrine succession, southern Apennines.Expand
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Seismic surveys integrated with geological data for in-depth investigation of Mt. Pettino active Fault area (Western L’Aquila Basin)
Following the April 6 2009 L'Aquila earthquake, a great effort has been carried out by numerous research institutions for seismic microzonation purposes of urban areas in order to evaluate theExpand
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First results from the CROP-11 deep seismic profile, central Apennines, Italy: evidence of mid-crustal folding
The CROP-11 deep seismic profile across the central Apennines, Italy, reveals a previously unknown, mid-crustal antiform here interpreted as a fault-bend fold-like structure. The seismic facies andExpand
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Geostatistical interpolators for the estimation of the geometry of anthropogenic deposits in Rome (Italy) and related physical–mechanical characterization with implications on geohazard assessment
The role played by the anthropogenic deposits with poor geotechnical characteristics to induce seismic amplification and its influence on hydrogeological conditions, due to its permeabilityExpand
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A physical stratigraphy model for seismic microzonation of the Central Archaeological Area of Rome (Italy)
A reliable litho-technical model for seismic microzonation requires a robust understanding of the subsoil architecture, that is essential to extrapolate in the space geognostic data that are oftenExpand
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From river to shelf, anatomy of a high‐frequency depositional sequence: The Late Pleistocene to Holocene Tiber depositional sequence
The Late Pleistocene/Holocene Tiber delta succession represents the most recent and one of the best preserved, high-frequency/low-rank depositional sequences developed along the Latium continentalExpand
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