<33,000-yr K–Ar dating of the volcano–tectonic horst of the Isle of Ischia, Gulf of Naples

@article{Gillot198233000yrKD,
  title={<33,000-yr K–Ar dating of the volcano–tectonic horst of the Isle of Ischia, Gulf of Naples},
  author={P. Gillot and S. Chiesa and G. Pasquar{\`e} and L. Vezzoli},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1982},
  volume={299},
  pages={242-245}
}
  • P. Gillot, S. Chiesa, +1 author L. Vezzoli
  • Published 1982
  • Geology
  • Nature
  • The Gulf of Naples corresponds to a tectonic sink connected with recent volcanic activity in the South-Campanian area (Phlegrean Fields, Ischia and Vesuvius). At its extreme northwest, the Isle of Ischia was early recognized as a volcano-tectonic horst by Rittmann1. Previous data2 concluded that its uplift ended around 300,000 yr, and that the Green Tuff formation, of which it is predominantly composed, had an age of some 700,000 yr. But tectonic and morphological studies, together with… CONTINUE READING
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