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Motion of Africa and Adria since the Permian: paleomagnetic and paleoclimatic constraints from northern Libya
Abstract Paleomagnetic and biostratigraphic data from the Al Azizia Formation of northwestern Libya, consisting of uppermost Middle Triassic/lowermost Upper Triassic limestones, shed new light on theExpand
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Magnetic anisotropy of Plio–Pleistocene sediments from the Adriatic margin of the northern Apennines (Italy): implications for the time–space evolution of the stress field
Abstract The anisotropy of magnetic susceptibility (AMS) of the marine fine-grained Plio–Pleistocene sediments that crop out at the eastern (Adriatic) front of the central–northern Apennines (Italy)Expand
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Independent and cooperative regulation of staphylopine biosynthesis and trafficking by Fur and Zur
Staphylococcus aureus expresses the Cnt system implicated in the active transport of trace metals by synthesizing (CntKLM) and exporting (CntE) staphylopine, a metallophore chelating metals and thenExpand
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Structural and geochemical features of the Sabina strike-slip fault (Central Apennines)
Within the western part of the Sabina area, 50 km north of Rome, a N10E strike-slip fault (Sabina Fault), which outcrops continuously from the village of Casperia to Stroncone, is recognized. TheExpand
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Stima dei danni della tempesta “Vaia” alle foreste in Italia
Abstract: On October 29, 2018, the Vaia storm hits the North-Eastern regions of Italy by wind gusts exceeding 200 km h-1. The forests in these regions have been seriously damaged. This contributionExpand
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A neighborhood revealed by geophysical prospection: An example of urbanization at the Phoenician–Punic settlement of Mozia (western Sicily, Italy)
Abstract The archaeological site of Mozia, a small island in front of the western coast of Sicily (Italy), is one of the most important Phoenician–Punic settlements in the Mediterranean; it preservesExpand
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Neogene and Quaternary geodynamic evolution of the Italian peninsula: the contribution of paleomagnetic data
Paleomagnetism has played an important role in the development of geodynamic models for the Italian peninsula. Paleomagnetic data from this area have been increasingly reported since the late 1960s,Expand
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Effect of subductions and trends in seismically induced Earth rotational variations
In the past, the influences of large earthquakes on Earth rotation and on changes of the gravity field have been the subject of extensive investigations. Though it is now recognized that earthquakesExpand
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Technologies and new approaches used by the INGV EMERGEO Working Group for real-time data sourcing and processing during the Emilia Romagna (northern Italy) 2012 earthquake sequence
On May 20, 2012, a Ml 5.9 seismic event hit the Emilia Po Plain, triggering intense earthquake activity along a broad area of the Po Plain across the provinces of Modena, Ferrara, Rovigo and MantovaExpand
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Faulting and Ancient Earthquakes at Sybaris Archaeological Site, Ionian Calabria, Southern Italy
The Sybaris archaeological site, founded by the Greeks in 720 B.C., is located within the Sibari Plain near the Crati River mouth (Ionian northern Calabria, southern Italy), in an almost flat andExpand
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