Tectonic and volcanic evolution of Panarea (Aeolian Islands, Italy)

@inproceedings{Gabbianelli1990TectonicAV,
  title={Tectonic and volcanic evolution of Panarea (Aeolian Islands, Italy)},
  author={Giovanni Gabbianelli and P. Gillot and G. Lanzafame and Claudia Mar{\'i}a Romagnoli and P. L. Rossi},
  year={1990}
}
Based on new geophysical, volcanological, structural and radiometric data, a morphological-structural reconstruction of the submarine part of the Panarea volcanic edifice is provided and a model for the evolution of the entire complex is proposed. Panarea is a small part of a much larger submarine edifice whose overall shape is one of a truncated cone with an eastern protrusion. The base of the cone is about 1500 m below sea level; it has a diameter of about 23 km and an area of 460 km2… CONTINUE READING

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