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  • Palaeogeographic evolution and seismotectonic implications of the broader area of Eurotas River (Greece) during the Quaternary
  • In this paper, an attempt is made to study morphologically the various landforms that make up the landscape of the Eurotas area, to correlate the geomorphic and seismotectonic elements in order to comprehend the palaeogeographic evolution
  • of the area during the Quaternary, and finally to draw some conclusions regarding the seismic hazards of this area.
  • 1999
  • The aims of this work are : to improve the knowledge of the structural arrangement of some Italian areas affected by tectonics active in recent or historical times, and to aid the individuation of possible strike-slip faults of regional importance
  • the activity of such faults involves variations or rotations of the preferential stream orientations. Two areas of Central Italy have been investigated.
  • 1999
  • Examination of the literature and recent geomorphological and morphotectonic surveys have been employed to delineate the main steps in the morphotectonic evolution of this interesting area lying on the boundary between the Alps and the Apennines.
  • 1999
  • for a series of earthquakes affecting the area concerned, including the 1995 earthquake.
  • 1999
  • Results of the geomorphological analysis of bathymetric and dredge data, obtained in 1985-1990 during several cruises of Russian research vessels in the area between 12°N and 17°N near the Kyushu-Palau Ridge juncture with the Central Basin Fault
  • 1999
  • activity are reflected in differences in morphology along the coast. Six distinct morphotectonic zones are identified on the basis of their correlation with regional tectonics and areas of differing levels of seimicity. A range of geomorphological evidence
  • 1999
  • been formed during Middle-Upper Pliocene, after the end of the main tectogenetic phases of the Apennine chain. In order to outline the geomorphologic evolution of the area, detailed geological and geomorphologic investigations have been carried out
  • 1999