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Studi preliminari sul sollevamento della Toscana meridionale dopo il Pliocene Medio

  title={Studi preliminari sul sollevamento della Toscana meridionale dopo il Pliocene Medio},
  author={A. Bossio and A. Costantini and Luca Maria Foresi and A. Lazzarotto and D. Liotta and R. Mazzanti and R. Mazzei and G. Salvatorini and Fabio Sandrelli},
Pedostratigraphy of Terra Rossa and Quaternary geological evolution of a lacustrine limestone plateau in central Italy
Pedostratigraphic levels (PLs) are typical assemblages of soil-genetic horizons, formed by materials having the same degree of weathering. The pedostratigraphic approach can be very useful toExpand
Carbonate Deposition In Restricted Basins: A Pliocene Case Study From the Central Mediterranean (Northwestern Apennines), Italy
Abstract Carbonate depositional models are often informed by the study of platforms of good lateral continuity and sizable thickness, because of their significance in petroleum geology. However,Expand
Belt-Parallel Shortening in the Northern Apennines and Seismotectonic Implications
Major seismic activity in the Northern Apennines concentrates in few zones, distributed in a peculiar way. It is argued that such context may be plausibly explained as an effect of belt-parallelExpand
Palynological investigation of a Late Quaternary calcareous tufa and travertine deposit: the case study of Bagnoli in the Valdelsa Basin (Tuscany, central Italy)
Abstract A Late Quaternary continental succession in central Italy (Bagnoli, Valdelsa Basin) which includes terrigenous and carbonate (calcareous tufa and travertine) sediments was investigated withExpand
Calcareous tufa as indicators of climatic variability: a case study from southern Tuscany (Italy)
Abstract A carbonate terraced succession mainly consisting of fluvial/palustrine calcareous tufa and of lacustrine limestone was deposited during recent Quaternary in a limited segment of theExpand
Migration of geothermal fluids in extensional terrains: the ore deposits of the Boccheggiano-Montieri area (southern Tuscany, Italy)
An integrated study based on fluid inclusion, δ18O composition and structural analyses was carried out on a Pliocene fossil hydrothermal system, located to the South of the present active LarderelloExpand
Multidisciplinary characterization of the middle Holocene eolian deposits of the Elsa River basin (central Italy)
Abstract In temperate regions, eolian deposits of different natures are often pedogenically-altered and mixed with underlying sediments. The research reported in this paper identifies for the firstExpand
Stratigraphic and paleopedological aspects from the Middle Pleistocene continental deposits of the southern Valdelsa Basin
A multidisciplinary approach on mainly continental carbonate deposits outcropping in the southern part of the Valdelsa Basin has allowed the recognition of two units, the Strove Synthem (STR) and theExpand
Highly extended terrains, lateral segmentation of the substratum, and basin development: The middle‐late Miocene Radicondoli Basin (inner northern Apennines, Italy)
[1] This paper deals with the evolution of sedimentary basins not delimited by normal faults, with a substratum characterized by an upward concave shape and with infilling sediments synclinallyExpand
Climatic and Tectonic Signature in the Fluvial Infill of a Late Pliocene Valley (Siena Basin, Northern Apennines, Italy)
Abstract Incised valleys entirely filled with fluvial deposits are rarely described in the literature, and even rarer are accounts of incised valleys whose filling is not driven by relative sea-levelExpand