M Cardinali

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  • F Guzzetti, M Galli, P Reichenbach, F Ardizzone, M Cardinali
  • 2006
We present the results of the application of a recently proposed model to determine landslide hazard. The model predicts where landslides will occur, how frequently they will occur, and how large they will be in a given area. For the Collazzone area, in the central Italian Apennines, we prepared a multi-temporal inventory map through the interpretation of(More)
Identification and mapping of landslide deposits are an intrinsically difficult and subjective operation that requires a great effort to minimise the inherent uncertainty. For the Staffora Basin, which extends for almost 300 km 2 in the northern Apennines, three landslide inventory maps were independently produced by three groups of geomorphologists. In(More)
  • F Ardizzone, M Cardinali, M Galli, F Guzzetti, P Reichenbach
  • 2008
A high resolution Digital Elevation Model with a ground resolution of 2 m×2 m (DEM 2) was obtained for the Collazzone area, central Umbria, through weighted linear interpolation of elevation points acquired by Airborne Lidar Swath Mapping. Acquisition of the elevation data was performed on 3 May 2004, following a rainfall period that resulted in numerous(More)
  • M Cardinali, P Reichenbach, F Guzzetti, F Ardizzone, G Antonini, M Galli +3 others
  • 2001
We present a geomorphological method to evaluate landslide hazard and risk. The method is based on the recognition of existing and past landslides, on the scrutiny of the local geological and morphological setting, and on the study of site-specific and historical information on past landslide events. For each study area a multi-temporal landslide inventory(More)
  • F Guzzetti, P Reichenbach, M Cardinali, F Ardizzone, M Galli
  • 2002
The Umbria Region of Central Italy has a long history of mass movements. Landslides range from fast moving rock falls and debris flows, most abundant in mountain areas , to slow moving complex failures extending up to several hectares in the hilly part of the Region. Despite landslides occurring every year in Umbria, their impact remains largely unknown. We(More)
A partial cDNA encoding for the C-terminus of vitellogenin (VTG) was cloned from liver of Sparus aurata male treated with 17beta-estradiol (E(2)). E(2) treatment of S. aurata males resulted in increased synthesis and secretion of VTG protein into the plasma, determined by a specific enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) in a time-dependent manner. While(More)
  • M Cardinali, M Galli, F Guzzetti, F Ardizzone, P Reichenbach, P Bartoccini
  • 2006
The autumn of 2004 was particularly wet in Um-bria, with cumulative rainfall in the period from October to December exceeding 600 mm. On 4–6 December and on 25– 27 December 2004, two storms hit the Umbria Region producing numerous landslides, which were abundant near the town of Orvieto where they affected volcanic deposits and marine sediments. In this(More)
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