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  • Appennino ; Carbonate rock ; Conglomerate ; Italy ; Pliocene ; Regional geology ; Tectonics ; Vertical movement
  • and the amount of regional uplift during post-thrusting flexural tectonics. The proveance of conglomerates indicate that the most rapid rates of uplift and the definitive exhumation of the carbonate ridges occured during the late syn-thrusting stage
  • , with topographic elevations of about 1500-2000m during the Late Pliocene. This suggests that the amount and rate of uplift due to the Upper Quaternaly post-thrusting reginal flexure are notably less than previous estimates. - (NF)
  • 2005
  • Appennino ; Italy ; Neogene ; Quaternary ; Regional geology ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonics
  • In this study the outer sector of the Central Apennine of Italy and the adjacent Adriatic foreland were analysed in order to reconstruct their structural setting and the Neogene-Quaternary evolution of the fold-and-thrust belt. - (NF)
  • 2005
  • Appennino ; Geophysics ; Italy ; Plate tectonics ; Pliocene ; Regional geology ; Structural geomorphology
  • Integration of surface and subsurface geological, structural and geophysical data has allowed to interpret the thrusts of the frontal and external sector of the Appennine chain as the expression of a lithospheric Appennine Neo-Chain oriented NW-SW
  • 2005
  • Structural setting at the front of a thrust and fold belt : the Craco area (Southern Apennines)
  • This Craco area displays some of the best outcrops of the frontal part of the Southern Apennines ; it is therefore a key area for interpreting the evolution of a recent thrust belt. This paper reports the results of detailed geological mapping
  • 2005
  • Geometrie strutturali lungo la thrust zone del fronte montuoso umbro-marchigiano-sabino
  • thrust displacement. - (NF)
  • 2005
  • The concept of regions is constructed in a very heterogeneous fashion. One group of definitions has an administrative or political thrust, the other has more a holistic and structural thrust. If we apply both definitions or region to an examination
  • 2005
  • Dolostones lie on a thrust surface and they are very deformed. In spite of this, they preserve many sedimentary structures, described in this paper. - (NF)
  • 2005
  • -resolution digital elevation model (DEM) from airborne laser altimetry data; field observations at different scales alonf the sliding surface and the landslide deposit. The influence of large landslides on the erosion of the Taiwan western fold-and -thrust
  • 2005