Gas flow anomalies in seismogenic zones in the Upper Tiber Valley, Central Italy

@inproceedings{Heinicke2006GasFA,
  title={Gas flow anomalies in seismogenic zones in the Upper Tiber Valley, Central Italy},
  author={Jens Heinicke and Thomas Braun and P. Burgassi and Francesco Italiano and Guido Martinelli},
  year={2006}
}
SUMMARY Cold CO2 gas emission sites in rainwater-filled pools, so called mofettes, are widely distributed all over Italy. Their gas reservoirs, mostly having a high CO2 content, have a magmatic and/or metamorphic origin. Temporal variations in fluid expulsions were observed at the mofettes of Caprese Michelangelo during the period from 2002 to 2005. These observations were made possible by using a new approach: photographic time-series. A first interpretation of these fluid expulsions was… CONTINUE READING

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