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  • Basilicata ; Dam ; Geological structure ; Impact ; Italy ; Landslide ; Structural geomorphology ; Tectonic stability ; Watershed
  • of the high Agri Valley. The geological evolution of the Agri Valley is essentially related to the Pleistocene extensional and strike-slip tectonics, overprinting older Apennine contractional structures. The geological formations recognized in the study area
  • 2012
  • Washburn AL (1956) : Classification of patterned ground and review of suggested origins. Geological Society of America Bulletin 67 (7) : 823–865.
  • 2012
  • Main geologic factors controlling site response during the 2009 L’Aquila earthquake
  • Abruzzi ; Applied geology ; Bedrock ; Damage ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Geological structure ; Impact ; Italy ; Quaternary ; Regional geology ; Sedimentary basin ; Tectonics
  • The analysis of the damage following the 2009 L’Aquila earthquake clearly indicates a strict control of the local geological conditions over the distribution of the effects. This paper illustrates some of the most significant cases of local effects
  • 2012
  • Seismic surveys integrated with geological data for in-depth investigation of Mt. Pettino active Fault area (Western L’Aquila Basin)
  • . The seismic profile was interpreted by comparison with the geological outcropping data and the stratigraphic analysis of numerous boreholes, several of which reached the pre-Quaternary substratum. The main goals were double : (i) to improve the integrated
  • geological-geophysical subsurface model for the evaluation of the local seismic amplification and (ii) to estimate the PEF seismic hazard through the study of the sedimentary infill evolution and the tectonic subsidence of the PEF hangingwall which were
  • 2012
  • Constraining primary surface rupture length along the Paganica fault (2009 L’Aquila earthquake) with geological and geodetic (DInSAR and GPS) data
  • coseismic geodetic data – DInSAR and GPS – with geological observations in order to discriminate what, among the different surface rupture patterns, can be considered as evidence of primary surface faulting. The results indicated that the Mt. Stabiata-Mt
  • geological and geodetic data to discriminate primary surface faulting from secondary fault ruptures, particularly in cases of moderate magnitude earthquakes, i.e. when modest and rather subtle surface faulting can occur. - (NF)
  • 2012
  • Integrated geological-architectural pilot study of the Biet Gabriel-Rufael rock hewn church in Lalibela, northern Ethiopia
  • This paper presents a geological and architectural integrated pilot study, aiming at the preservation of the Biet Gabriel-Rufael church, the worldwide known Ethiopian rock hewn monumental site protected by UNESCO since 1978. The main scoriaceous
  • basalt level, embedded within the massive basalts, corresponds to the horizon within which the Biet Gabriel-Rufael church and all the other monuments of Lalibela have been carved. Many fracture systems of both natural (i.e. geological) and anthropic
  • 2012
  • Changes of geological environment due to the anthropogenic impacts : a case study of south of East Siberia, Russia
  • Asian part of Russia ; Earth surface processes ; Eastern Siberia ; Geological heritage ; Human impact ; Impact ; Infrastructure ; Karst ; Landslide ; Man-environment relations ; Soil erosion
  • with reference to specific conditions of geological environment, intensity and interaction of developing processes. For the estimation of actual conditions in the region, and ensuring of the undisturbed exploitation of engineering facilities, the specific
  • 2012
  • Urbanisation Induced Landscape Change of Urban Hills in Jinan City, Karst Geological Region of North China
  • Rapid economic development has induced urbanisation in China, especially in most of China's karst geological mountain regions. Jinan City belongs to the karst geological mountain region of north China and is well known for its fractured karst
  • 2012
  • ., the Paganica, Mt. Gorzano and Montereale faults in northwestern Abruzzo) was defined by integrating data from the literature with original field work. Consistent geometric and kinematic correlations between the geological and seismological data were observed
  • geological and seismological constraints, the overall fault extent is schematically reconstructed and parameterised. Some considerations related to the structural style of the intra-Apennine Quaternary extensional structures and their patterns at depth
  • 2012
  • New archeomagnetic and 226Ra-230Th dating of recent lavas for the Geological map of Etna volcano
  • 2012
  • The volcano-tectonic map of Etna volcano, 1:100.000 scale : an integrated approach based on a morphotectonic analysis from high-resolution DEM constrained by geologic, active faulting and seismotectonic data
  • Digital elevation model ; Earthquake ; Etna ; Fault ; Geological map ; Geomorphology ; Italy ; Natural hazards ; Seismicity ; Sicilia ; Tectonics ; Volcanism ; Volcano
  • 2012
  • Antalya Province ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Geological structure ; Graben ; Lithology ; Neotectonics ; Plate tectonics ; Quaternary ; Regional geology ; Turkey
  • 2012
  • [b1] Active Tectonics and Earthquake Lab., Dept. of Geological Engineering, Middle East Technical Univ., Ankara, Turquie
  • [b2] Dept. of Geological Engineering, Akdeniz Univ., Antalya, Turquie
  • Favorability values of geological, vegetation and relief factors for the development of soil creep landforms
  • The variables considered in the analysis were : 1) geological-geomorphologic variables : bedrock geology, surficial formations (lithologic and genetic classification), vegetation and presence of rock area, and 2) relief variables : elevation, slope
  • 2012
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  • [b1] US Geological Survey, Arizona, Tucson, Etats-Unis
  • [b2] US Geological Survey, Virginia, Reston, Etats-Unis
  • [b3] Lab. of Dendrogeomorphology, Inst. of Geological Sciences, Univ., Berne, Suisse
  • Spluga della Preta is one of the first caves in Italy to be well studied and described from a geological and morphological point of view. Eighty years after its first exploration a large amount of lithological and structural data has been collected
  • in the whole karst system and detailed surface geological surveys were carried out. The step-like profile of the cave was initially considered as a consequence of base-level lowering stages related to the entrenchment of the nearby Adige River. In this work
  • 2012
  • 2012
  • [b3] U.S. Geological Survey, Landslide Hazard Program, California, Menlo Park, Etats-Unis
  • [b4] U.S. Geological Survey, Landslide Hazard Program, Colorado, Golden, Etats-Unis
  • steadiness, Holocene saturated soft soil depth, groundwater abundance, groundwater salinization, geologic hazard type, and geologic hazard degree. With the support of the model, the geo-environmental suitability of Hangzhou land for urban construction
  • 2012
  • 2012
  • [b1] Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Lab., US Geological Survey, Golden, Etats-Unis
  • [b2] CIRES and The Dept. of Geological Sciences, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, Etats-Unis
  • 2012
  • [b1] Dep. of Research and Geoscientific Prospective, Geological Survey of Spain (IGME), Madrid, Espagne
  • [b2] Mining and Geological Engineering Dep., Univ. Castilla-La Mancha, Toledo, Espagne
  • Abruzzi ; Earthquake ; Fault ; Fluid ; Geochemistry ; Geological structure ; Geophysics ; Italy ; Tectonics
  • 2012