Geosciences on a changing planet:
learning from the past, exploring the future

Napoli, 7-9 settembre 2016

Programma delle sessioni

S1. Earthquakes and Active Tectonics: a multidisciplinary approach

Conveners and Chairpersons Claudio Chiarabba (INGV-Roma1), Giulio di Toro (Università di Manchester), Michele Fondriest (Università di Manchester), Paolo Galli (Dipartimento Protezione Civile), Aldo Zollo (Università di Napoli Federico II)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula Coviello (A29)

1-1 08.30-08.45 Valente E., Ascione A., Cozzolino M. & Porfido S. Seismically induced ground effects of the December 2013 – January 2014 Matese seismic sequence (southern Apennines, Italy).

1-2 08.45-09.00 Chunga K., Besenzon D., Mulas M., Loayza G. & Pindo J.C. Areal distribution of ground effects induced by the 2016 Mw 7.8 Pedernales Earthquake (Ecuador).

1-3 09.00-09.15 Martin S., Ivy-Ochs S., Rigo M., Viganò A., Alfimov V., Vockenhuber C. & Hippe K. Changing landscape in the Sarca Valley (Trentino) during Quaternary. Climate or earthquakes?

1-4 09.15-09.30 Auciello E. & Boncio P. Geology of the Piedimonte Matese-Gioia Sannitica active normal fault (southern Matese Mountains, Italy).

1-5 09.30-09.45 Giaccio B., Galli P., Messina P. & Peronace E. Tephrochronology: a continuously enhancing investigation tool of the active tectonic in Peninsular Italy.

1-6 09.45-10.00 Boncio P. & Caldarella M. Width of the surface rupture zone for thrust earthquakes and implications for earthquake fault zoning: Chi-Chi 1999 and Wenchuan 2008 earthquakes.

1-7 10.00-10.15 Di Domenica A., Pizzi A., Ciuffi P., D'Agostino S. & Madonna R. Speleotectonic evidence for a strong Holocene earthquake in the outer Central Apennines (Maiella, Italy).

1-8 10.15-10.30 Ferrario M.F., Livio F., Michetti A.M., Katz O. & Amit R. Primary surface faulting across the Roman Theatre at Berniki, Sea of Galilee: new archaeoseismic and structural data.

1-9 10.30-10.45 Roberts G.P., Cowie P.A., Phillips R.J., McCaffrey K., Zijerveld L.J.J. , Gregory L.C., Faure Walker J.P., Wedmore L., Dunai T.J., Binnie S.A., Freeman S.P.H.T., Wilcken K., Shanks R.P., Huismans R.S., Papanikolaou I. & Michetti A.M. Activity migrates between parallel sets of active normal faults on millennial timescales: implications for the mechanics of continental deformation and seismic hazard.

1-10 10.45-11.00 Tortorici G., Pavano F., Romagnoli G. & Catalano S. Late Quaternary contractional deformation along the southern flank of Mount Etna: new evidence from the Catania urban area.

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Coviello (A29)

1-11 15.30-15.45 Iannace P., Milia A. & Torrente M.M. 3-D structural model of the active fault zones in the Salento Peninsula offshore (Ionian Sea, Italy).

1-12 15.45-16.00 Maesano F.E., Tiberti M.M. & Basili R. Three-dimensional modelling of the Calabrian Subduction interface from the interpretation of seismic reflection profiles.

1-13 16.00-16.15 Serpelloni E., Vannucci G., Anderlini L. & Bennett R.A. Kinematics, seismotectonics and seismic potential of the Eastern Southern Alps from GPS and seismic deformation data.

1-14 16.15-16.30 Amoroso O., Russo G., De Landro G., Zollo A., Garambois S., Mazzoli S., Parente M. & Virieux J. High resolution 3D imaging of the Irpinia active fault zone.

1-15 16.30-16.45 Valoroso L. High-resolution earthquake catalogs to characterize fault zone structure and its properties.

1-16 16.45-17.00 Cardello G.L. & Mancktelow N. Veining and post-nappe transtensional faulting in the SW Helvetic Alps (Switzerland).

1-17 17.00-17.15 Collettini C., Scuderi M.M., Tinti E., Viti C. & Marone C. Laboratory insights for the spectrum of Earthquake failure modes.

1-18 17.15-17.45 [KEYNOTE] Pascal B. The multi-scale cross-coupling between transient deformation and earthquakes.

1-19 17.45-18.00 Pozzi G., De Paola N., Nielsen S. & Holdsworth R.E. Can grain size sensitive creep lubricate faults during earthquake propagation?


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster
1-20 Pannello 1 Adinolfi G.M., De Matteis R., Festa G., Zollo A., de Nardis R., Ferrarini F., Brozzetti F., Cirillo D. & Lavecchia G. How many information can be retrieved by applying a multidisciplinary approach to investigate a seismic sequence? Case studies from Italian region.

1-21 Pannello 2 Adinolfi G.M., De Matteis R., Zollo A., Ascione A. & Mazzoli S. The 2013, ML 4.9, Matese earthquake (Southern Apennines, Italy): a normal faulting earthquake at an anomalous depth.

1-22 Pannello 3 Alberti S., Crosta G.B., Rivolta C. & Bertolo D. Integrated monitoring system GB-InSAR and Terrestrial Laser Scanner for Mont de La Saxe landslide, Italy.

1-23 Pannello 4 Valerio E., Carminati E., Doglioni C., Polcari M. & Stramondo S. Pre- and co-seismic surface deformation of graviquakes: the 1997 Colfiorito earthquake (Northern Apennines, Italy).

1-24 Pannello 5 Bottari C., Ferranti L., Frisetti A. & Marazzi F. The 847 AD earthquake: historical sources and archeoseismological indications from the Matese-Volturno area (central-southern Italy).

1-25 Pannello 6 Cerchiari A., Mittempergher S. & Remitti F. Meso- and macroscale analysis of an ancient analogue of a shallow megathrust.

1-26 Pannello 7 Esposito E., Violante C., Vittori E., Giunta G., Caprai A. & Hernandez M. A reappraisal of geologic effects induced by February 13, 2001 El Salvador Earthquake.

1-27 Pannello 8 Filomena L., El Hamdouni R., Muto F., Tripodi V., Critelli S. & Chacon J. Active tectonic evaluation in the Corace Basin (Central Calabria, Italy): insights from geomorphologic indices.

1-28 Pannello 9 Imposa S., Grassi S., De Guidi G., Battaglia F., Lanaia G. & Scudero S. The San Biagio 'Salinelle' mud volcanoes (Belpasso, Sicily): a preliminary 3D subsoil model.

1-29 Pannello 10 Madonia P. & Favara R. Geofluid transients as proxies of stress/strain induced permeability variations during the seismogenetic process: some examples from active tectonic and tectono-volcanic areas in southern Italy.

1-30 Pannello 11 Martin S., Castiglion G., Lafuenti L., Boaga J., Agnini C., Zorzi F., Fedrizzi F., Viganò A., Monego M. & Favaretti M. Paleotectonics in the Euganean hills (Venetian region). Preliminary data.

1-31 Pannello 12 Mattia M., Barreca G., Bottari C., Bruno V., Burrato P., Cultrera F., Dardanelli L., De Gregorio S., Ferranti L., Guzzetta L., Madonia P., Monaco C., Pepe F. & Pipitone C. First results of an INGV project for the integrated analysis of the active tectonics in SW Sicily.

1-32 Pannello 13 Pepe F., Dardanelli G., Ferranti L., Corradino M., Napoli G., Orecchio B., Bertotti G., Renda P., Paliaga S., Pipitone C. & Presti D. Active deformation in a sector of the Sicilian-Maghrebian Chain: new insights from integrated GNSS, structural high-resolution seismic reflection and seismological data.

1-33 Pannello 14 Perdicaro V., Scudero S., De Guidi G. & Caputo R. Spatial variation of the crustal stress field in the southern Calabrian Arc.

1-34 Pannello 15 Pierro M., Ferranti L. & Milano G. Seismicity in the Mercure basin (Calabria-Lucania border, southern Italy) following the 2010-2013 Pollino seismic sequence: existence of both shallow extensional and deep strike-slip kinematics?

1-35 Pannello 16 Poli M.E., Falcucci E., Gori S., Marchesini A., Monegato G., Zanferrari A., Affatato A., Baradello L., Böhm G., Dal Bo I., Forte E., Del Pin E. & Grimaz S. Looking for active and capable faults in Friuli: a multidisciplinary approach to study the Maniago thrust (western Carnic Prealps, NE Italy).

1-36 Pannello 17 Pondrelli S., Meletti C., Rovida A. & D'Amico V. Seismic moment release and cumulative moment tensor maps of the Italian peninsula.

1-37 Pannello 18 Smeraglia L., Aldega L., Billi A., Carminati E. & Doglioni C. Phyllosilicate occurrence along extensional faults in carbonate rocks and implications for seismic slip propagation: case studies from the central Apennines, Italy.

1-38 Pannello 19 Valentini A., Pace B., Vasta M., Ferranti L., Colella A., Vassallo M. & Montagna P. Could the collapse of a massive speleothem be the record of a large paleoearthquake?

S2. Structural Geology all-round on the Earth and other planets: case studies, modelling and industrial applications

Conveners and Chairpersons Massimiliano Rinaldo Barchi (Università di Perugia), Sveva Corrado (Università di Roma Tre), Matteo Massironi (Università di Padova), Fabrizio Storti (Università di Parma)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Amirante (A27)

2-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Butler R.W.H. Structural restoration and why it matters.

2-2 16.00-16.15 Manatschal G., Tugend J., Gillard M., Decarlis A., Haupert I., Chenin P., Nirrengarten M., Epin M.E. & Lescoutre R. Formation and reactivation of rifted margins: what is the role of inheritance?

2-3 16.15-16.30 Corti G. Along-axis variability of continental rifts: examples from the Main Ethiopian Rift.

2-4 16.30-16.45 Bonini M., Rudolph M.L. & Manga M. Structural setting and earthquake triggering of Azerbaijan mud volcanoes.

2-5 16.45-17.00 Doglioni C., Adinolfi G.M., Carcaterra A., Carminati E., Cuffaro M., Ficini E., Petricca P., Riguzzi F. & Valerio E. Earth's tides, plate motions, graviquakes and elastoquakes.

2-6 17.00-17.15 Savignano E., Mazzoli S., Zattin M., Gautheron C. & Franchini M. Uncoupled vs. coupled thrust belt-foreland deformation: a model for Northern Patagonia inferred from U-Th/He dating.

2-7 17.15-17.30 Galetto A. & García V. Kinematic characterization of Plio-Pleistocene faults located in the western flank of Domuyo volcano (Neuquen, Argentina) and its relationship with the geothermal springs of the area.

2-8 17.30-17.45 Agate M., Battaglini L., Busetti M., D'Angelo S., Fiorentino A., Giordano G., Loreto M.F., Morelli D., Muraro C., Papasodaro F., Pensa A., Pinton A., Vita L. & Volpi V. Toward an update of the structural model in Italian submerged areas: contributions from the EMODnet Geology Project.

2-9 17.45-18.00 Bistacchi A., Mittempergher S. & Vho A. Semi-automatic mapping of fault rocks on a Digital Outcrop Model, Gole Larghe Fault Zone (Southern Alps, Italy).

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula Amirante (A27)

2-10 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Bertotti G., Bisdom K., Bezerra F.H. & Reijmer J. Distributed fracturing in reservoir-scale successions of carbonate rocks: Geological drivers and impact on physical properties.

2-11 09.00-09.15 Viola G.*, Torgersen E. & Zwingmann H. Deconvoluting complex structural histories archived in brittle fault zones.

2-12 09.15-09.30 Turrini C., Lacombe O. & Roure F. 3D Structural Model of the Po Valley basin (Northern Italy): results, conclusions and perspectives.

2-13 09.30-09.45 Trippetta F., Ruggieri R. & Lipparini L. A multi-scale approach for understanding the role of hydrocarbons content on the mechanical properties of rocks: insights and implications for the Majella reservoir (Italy).

2-14 09.45-10.00 Giorgetti C., Collettini C., Scuderi M.M., Barchi M.R. & Tesei T. The role of anisotropy in the mechanics of faulting: an integrated field and laboratory approach.

2-15 10.00-10.15 La Bruna V., Viveur S., Agosta F., Lamarche J. & Prosser G. Pre-Pliocene fault networks deciphered after 3D geological modelling of the Monte Alpi area, southern Italy.

2-16 10.15-10.30 Guzzetta L., Galluzzi V., Ferranti L. & Palumbo P. Structural setting of the eastern sector of the Caloris basin, Shakespeare Quadrangle (H03), Mercury.

2-17 10.30-10.45 Penasa L., Massironi M., Simioni E., Ferrari S., Lucchetti A., Pajola M., Naletto G., Cremonese G. & the OSIRIS Team From geological surface data to the interior of a comet: modelling the stratified structure of 67P comet based on scattered attitude observations.

2-18 10.45-11.00 Pizzi A., Di Domenica A., Komatsu G., Cofano A., Mitri G. & Bruzzone L. Structural analysis of Ganymede grooved sulci: insights for a global expansion model.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

2-19 Pannello 1 Artese S., Magarò F. & Zinno R. Monitoring Landslides with Laser Scanner and Tromography Sperimental.

2-20 Pannello 2 Borsani A., Balsamo F., Bistacchi A., Ogata K., Storti F. & Fetter M. Fracture attributes in the Langhian Marnoso Arenacea Formation of the Northern Apennines: appraisal of results from actual and virtual linear scanlines.

2-21 Pannello 3 Carboni F., Brozzetti F., Cruciani F., Ercoli M., Minelli G., Mirabella F., Porreca M. & Barchi M.R. The Tuscan Nappe front in the Trasimeno area (Western Umbria): geological interpretation of a thin-skinned, Deep Water Fold-and-Thrust Belt.

2-22 Pannello 4 Carosi R., D'Addario E., Mammoliti E., Montomoli C. & Simonetti M. Geological map of the northwestern portion of the Ferriere-Mollières shear zone, Argentera Massif, Italy.

2-23 Pannello 5 Cocco F. & Funedda A. Contouring approach to 3D geological model building from subsurface "vintage" data.

2-24 Pannello 6 De Toffoli B., Pozzobon R., Mazzarini F., Massironi M. & Cremonese G. Mud volcanoes fields on Mars: clues and proxies for the identification.

2-25 Pannello 7 Galluzzi V., Ferranti L., Guzzetta L., Giacomini L., Massironi M. & Palumbo P. Investigation of two non-parallel fault systems on Mercury.

2-26 Pannello 8 Ghione R., De Maio M., Lavy M., Amanzio G. & Bertolo D. A semiautomated procedure to evaluate discontinuity characteristics of unstable rock masses. The case study of Brusson and Roisan rock slopes (Aosta Valley, Italy).

2-27 Pannello 9 Giacomini L., Massironi M., Ferrari S. & Zagato N. Dating thrust systems on Mercury: new clues on the thermal evolution of the planet.

2-28 Pannello 10 Girolami C., Heyde I., Pauselli C. & Barchi M.R. 3D free-air gravity anomaly modelling approach for a structural investigation of the Southeast Indian Ridge.

2-29 Pannello 11 Maestrelli D.*, Benvenuti M., Bonini M., Carnicelli S., Piccardi L. & Sani F. Quaternary activity of the Pede-Apennine Thrust (Emilia-Romagna, Italy): multiple evidence of recent deformations.

2-30 Pannello 12 Mancinelli P., Pauselli C., Minelli F. & Federico F. Geology of the Raditladi quadrangle, Mercury (H04).

2-31 Pannello 13 Milazzo F., Storti F., Cavozzi C., Magistroni C., Meda M. & Salvi F. Partitioning of deformation in multilayers characterized by multiple décollements with either frictional or viscous rheology: insight from analogue models.

2-32 Pannello 14 Ogata K., Storti F., Balsamo F., Bedogni E., Tinterri R., Fetter M., Gomes L. & Hatushika R. Facies-related fracture patterns in the Marnoso-Arenacea Fm. turbidites, Northern Apennines, Italy.

2-33 Pannello 15 Petrullo A.V., Agosta F. & Prosser G. 3D structural modelling of buried high-angle faults in Apulian carbonates, inferences on timing, kinematics and mechanisms of faulting.

2-34 Pannello 16 Pieruccioni D., Massa G., Carmignani L. & Conti P. Geological Setting of Madielle-Capraia Massif (Alpi Apuane, Italy).

2-35 Pannello 17 Pizzati M., Balsamo F., Iacumin P. & Storti F. Carbonate concretions in loose Quaternary sediments as markers of paleo-fluid flow induced by the development of the Quattro Castella Anticline, Northern Apennines, Italy.

2-36 Pannello 18 Pizzati M., Cavozzi C., Magistroni C. & Storti F. Use of analogue models as drivers for 3D fracture pattern predictions in fault-relatedfolds.

2-37 Pannello 19 Pozzobon R., Mazzarini F., Lucchetti A., Massironi M., Cremonese G., Rossi A.P. & Marinangeli L. Fractal clustering analysis of vents and fractures: a unified method for fluid source depth investigation.

2-38 Pannello 20 Storti F., Balsamo F., Koopman A., Mozafari M., Solum J., Swennen R. & Taberner C. Cyclic contractional and extensional deformation pulses recorded along the fault system bounding the Montagna dei Fiori Anticline to the West, Central Apennines, Italy.

S3 Multi-methodological approaches in the characterization of fractures and fault zones

Conveners and Chairpersons Giovanni Florio (Università di Napoli Federico II), Alfredo Mazzotti (Università di Pisa), Adele Manzella (CNR-IGG Pisa), Davide Scrocca (CNR-IGAG Roma), Agata Siniscalchi (Università di Bari Aldo Moro), Luisa Valoroso (INGV-Roma1)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU4

3-1 08.30-08.45 [KEYNOTE] Chiaraluce L. & TABOO working group A multidisciplinary research infrastructure watching the chemico physical processes governing active faults and the genesis of earthquakes: the Altotiberina Near Fault Observatory (TABOO) case study.

3-2 08.45-09.00 Latorre D., Mirabella F., Chiaraluce L., Trippetta F. & Lomax A. A deterministic velocity model to correlate earthquake locations and geological structures: a case study of the Altotiberina fault system.

3-3 09.00-09.15 Lo Re D. & Florio G. Inversion of gravity data across faults: some strategies to obtain density models displaying sharp variations.

3-4 09.15-09.30 [KEYNOTE] Bonatti E., Ligi M.2 & Palmiotto C. Oceanic Megatransforms: A New Type of Plate Boundary.

3-5 09.30-09.45 Maggi M., Cianfarra P. & Salvini F. Tectonic Carving in fault zones: its contribution to glaciotectonic erosional processes.

3-6 09.45-10.00 Iacopini D., Butler R.W.H., Purves S. & McArdle N. Mapping the seismic expression of fault and their surrounding deformation zones in 3D seismic volumes.

3-7 10.00-10.15 [KEYNOTE] Vanorio T. The rock physics of hard rocks: from reactive fluids in volcanic regions to highperformance concrete-like rocks.

3-8 10.15-10.30 Aleardi M. Using well log data and statistical Gaussian simulations to estimate the crack density value within a geothermal reservoir located in fractured hard rocks.

3-9 10.30-11.00 Arosio D., Zanzi L., Longoni L. & Papini M. GPR response to fractures with different filling materials.

3-10 10.30-11.00 Casini L., Cuccuru S., Longo V., Testone V. & Oggiano G. High-resolution geometry of Castellaccio Pluton by Electrical Resistivity Tomography (ERT).


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

3-11 Pannello 1 Bruno P.P. & Castiello A. Results of high-resolution seismic reflection profiling across Paganica-S. Demetrio Fault, in the epicentral area of the 2009, Mw 6.3 Aquila (Italy) earthquake.

3-12 Pannello 2 Calderoni G., Rovelli A. & Di Giovambattista R. Temporal variations in the nucleation zone of the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake through a joint analysis of fault-zone trapped waves and stress release.

3-13 Pannello 3 de Franco R., Petracchini L., Caielli G. & Scrocca D. Synthetic seismic reflection modelling of shallow and deep structures of the Larderello geothermal system.

3-14 Pannello 4 De Guidi G., Currenti G., Grassi S., Imposa S., Malagni S., Palano M., Pepe A., Pepe S., Scudero S. & Vecchio A. Active tectonics along the Trecastagni-San Gregorio-Acitrezza fault system: southern boundary of Mt Etna unstable sector.

3-15 Pannello 5 Punzo M., Cavuoto G., Tarallo D., Di Fiore V., Cianflone G., Dominici R., Pelosi N., Iavarone M., Scotto Di Vettimo P., Baculo R., Gallo P., Lirer F., Marsella E. & De Rosa R. High Resolution seismic method for detection and understanding of suspected active blind faults: the case of Terme Caronte geothermal area (Lamezia Terme-Calabria, Italy).

3-16 Pannello 6 Zucchi M., Viti C., Brogi A., Liotta D., Mugnaioli E., Spiess R., Dini A. & Vannuccini G. Neogene paleoseismicity in the Elba Island exhumed geothermal system (Italy): insights from the Monte Calamita area.

3-17 Pannello 7 Fondriest M., Mitchell T.M., Di Giulio G., Vassallo M., Balsamo F., Pischiutta M. & Di Toro G. Multi-scale velocity structure of a seismogenic normal fault zone.

3-18 Pannello 8 Gandin A., Madonna S. & Rossi F.G. Travertine deposition and faulting in the geothermal field of Viterbo (Northern Latium/Tuscia, Italy).

3-19 Pannello 9 Giallini S., Avalle A., Gaudiosi I., Polpetta F., Razzano R., Simionato M., Sirianni P., Vignaroli G., Di Domenica A., Moscatelli M., Pagliaroli A. & Pizzi A. Assessing site effects in faulted rock mass by combining geological and geophysical analyses: the case history of Guarcino (Central Italy).

3-20 Pannello 10 Luiso P., Paoletti V., Gaudiosi G., Nappi R., Cella F. & Fedi M. Analysis of the San Giuliano di Puglia (Southern Italy) active faults: an integrated approach.

3-21 Pannello 11 Merico A., Cremona M., Ferranti L., Pace B., Colella A., Nazzari M., Cavallo A., Scafa M. & Iezzi G. The San Benedetto Gioia dei Marsi (Fucino, central Italy) shear zone.

3-22 Pannello 12 Pizzi A., Di Domenica A., Pipponzi G., Cosentino D., Durante F., Nocentini M. & Tallini M. Fault populations growth within the Upper Pliocene-Lower Pleistocene lacustrine deposits of the Aterno Valley graben system (Castelnuovo, L'Aquila).

3-23 Pannello 13 Porfido S., Caccavale M., Sacchi M. & Spiga E. The 1976 Guatemala earthquake: a validation of the ESI scale through re-evaluation of the event based on probabilistic and deterministic hazard analysis.

3-24 Pannello 14 Riegel H., Rustichelli A., Jablonská D., Tondi E., Agosta F., Di Celma C., Zambrano M., Mattioni L. & Moretti I. Fault zone characteristics in tight siliciclastic turbidites: an outcrop study on the Macigno Formation, Tuscany, Italy.

S4. Fluid-rock interactions: metamorphism, geothermal resources, faulting processes and induced seismicity

Conveners and Chairpersons Cristiano Collettini (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Luigi Improta (INGV-Roma1), Mimmo Palano (INGV-Catania), Federico Rossetti (Università di Roma Tre), Anna Tramelli (INGV-OV)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Amirante (A27)

4-1 15.30-15.45 Malatesta C., Federico L., Crispini L. & Capponi G. From ductile to brittle deformation at blueschist-facies conditions: implications for fluid flow in subduction zones.

4-2 15.45-16.00 Zucchi M., Rimondi V., Liotta D., Brogi A., Ruggieri G., Caggianelli A., Montegrossi G. & Dini A. Geological structures, HT fluids flow and permeability in the exhumed geothermal system of Eastern Elba Island (Italy): the case of Cala Stagnone.

4-3 16.00-16.15 Scuderi M.M. & Collettini C. The role of fluid pressure in fault creep vs. frictional instability: insights from rock deformation experiments on carbonates.

4-4 16.15-16.45 [KEYNOTE] Rinaldi A.P., Urpi L., Rutqvist J., Cappa F., Vilarrasa V. & Jeanne P. Modeling fault reactivation induced by CO2 underground injection.

4-5 16.45-17.00 Carlino S., De Natale G., Tramelli A., Di Giuseppe M.G., Troiano A., Troise C. & Somma R. Geothermal exploitation and fluids withdrawal/reinjection: a numerical modelling for implication on induced seismicity.

4-6 17.00-17.15 Bagh S., Improta L., De Gori P., Valoroso L., Piccinini D., Buttinelli M., Pastori M., Anselmi M. & Chiarabba C. Reservoir structure and induced seismicity at the Val d'Agri oilfield (Southern Italy) shown by local earthquake tomography.

4-7 17.15-17.30 Piccinini D., Atzori S., Bagh S., Bruni R., Buttinelli M., Convertito V., Currenti G., Improta L., Nespoli M., Palano M., Tesei T., Todesco M., Valoroso L., Vicari A. & Saccorotti G. Multiparametric modelling of Reservoir Induced Seismicity (RIS): The Pertusillo Lake (Val d'Agri, Italy) case study.

4-8 17.30-18.00 [KEYNOTE] Carcione J.M. Modeling and imaging of induced-microseismic events.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

4-9 Pannello 20 Aloisi M., Cannata A., Cannavò F., Currenti G., Gambino S., Maiolino V., Maugeri R., Palano M., Privitera E., Pulvirenti M., Scaltrito A., Spampinato S., Ursino A., Velardita R. & Vicari A. May engineering activities located in Sicily (Southern Italy) "potentially" induce seismicity?

4-10 Pannello 21 Buttinelli M., Improta L., Bagh S., Valoroso L., Piccinini D. & Chiarabba C. Underground geological structures of Val d'Agri (Southern Apennines, Italy) and their relationship with natural and induced seismicity.

4-11 Pannello 22 Chicco J., Verdoya M., Verda V. & Invernizzi C. Groundwater flow and low enthalpy geothermal resources: the case study of Marche (Central Italy).

4-12 Pannello 23 Cucci L., Tertulliani A., Currenti G. & Palano M. The dewatering of the Fucino lake (1875) and the occurrence of the M7 Fucino earthquake (1915): is there any relationship?

4-13 Pannello 24 Cuoco E., Viaroli S., Arienzo I., Somma R., Mazza R. & Tedesco D. Thermal waters in the aquifers of Mt. Massico (Campania Region, southern Italy): hydrogeochemical and isotopic (87Sr/86Sr) characterization.

4-14 Pannello 25 Fregola R.A., Brogi A., Caggianelli A., Ciccolella A. & Liotta D. Fluid inclusions, petrological and structural study of quartz-carpholite veins in the Lungro-Verbicaro unit (southern Apennines, Calabria): from subduction to exhumation.

4-15 Pannello 26 Giusti R., Pandeli E. & Elter F.M. Metamorphic zoning and structural evolution of a contact metamorphism aureole: the example of the Monte Capanne pluton (Elba Island, Tuscany, Italy).

4-16 Pannello 27 Iorio M., Cesari G., Corniello A., Massarotti N., Mauro A., Santo A. & Vanoli L. Exploitation of low entalpy geothermal system in structural controlled areas: a sustainability analysis of geothermal resource for heating plant (The Mondragone case Southern Appennines, Italy).

4-17 Pannello 28 Magi F., Capecchiacci F., Giusti R., Caddeo G., Cidu R., Frau F., Ronconi A., Tassi F., Vaselli O., Pandeli E. & Gabbani G. New geothermal investigations in the Medio Campidano Valley (Sardinia, Italy): geological and geochemical evidences.

4-18 Pannello 29 Megna A., Santini S. & Mazzoli S. Structural inheritance controlling active crustal deformation in the Val d'Agri area (southern Apennines, Italy): new insights from finite element modelling.

4-19 Pannello 30 Pacetti C., Giuli G., Invernizzi C. & Verdoya M. The MATREND experiment: results from laboratory and in situ estimations of thermal properties in borehole heat exchangers.

4-20 Pannello 31 Paternoster M.*, Oggiano G., Sinisi R., Caracausi A. & Mongelli G. Two contrasting fluids in north Sardinia (Italy): geochemical, isotopic and tectonic constraints.

4-21 Pannello 32 Rapa G., Groppo C., Rolfo F. & Mosca P. Petrologic modelling of calc-silicate rocks to understand metamorphic-CO2 processes and fluxes in the Himalayas.

4-22 Pannello 33 Smeraglia L., Berra F., Billi A., Boschi C., Carminati E. & Doglioni C. Origin and role of fluids involved in the seismic cycle of extensional faults in carbonate rocks.

4-23 Pannello 34 Troiano A., Di Giuseppe M.G., Monetti A., Patella D., Troise C. & De Natale G. Fluid injection in Enhanced Geothermal Systems: a study on the detectability of selfpotential effects and on their correlation with induced seismicity.

S5 Localization of deformation in the lithosphere: from brittle faults to ductile shear zones

Conveners and Chairpersons Giorgio Pennacchioni (Università di Padova), Andrea Bistacchi (Università di Milano-Bicocca), Giancarlo Molli (Università di Pisa)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Coviello (A29)

5-1 15.30-15.45 [KEYNOTE] Menegon L., Pennacchioni G. & Malaspina N. Brittle-viscous rheological cycles in the dry and strong continental lower crust.

5-2 15.45-16.00 Hawemann F., Mancktelow N., Pennacchioni G., Wex S. & Camacho A. The role of pseudotachylytes during strain localization in the lower crust (Musgrave Ranges, Central Australia).

5-3 16.00-16.15 Ceccato A. & Pennacchioni G. Association of brittle and ductile deformation structures within the Rieserferner granitoid pluton (Eastern Alps).

5-4 16.15-16.30 Papeschi S., Musumeci G. & Mazzarini F. Ductile-brittle transition at very shallow crustal level: role of thermal anomaly and fluid circulation investigated from field and microstructural data (Eastern Elba Island, Italy).

5-5 16.30-16.45 Montomoli C., Carosi R., Appel E., Dunkl I., Leiss B. & Lin D. Thermal and kinematic evolution of a regional detachment: insight from the South Tibetan Detachment (Tibet, Himalaya).

5-6 16.45-17.00 Viola G.*, Mattila J., Garofalo P.S. & Menegon L. Fluid-mediated brittle-ductile cyclicity in quartz veins from brittle fault zones (Onkalo, SW Finland).

5-7 17.00-17.15 Molli G. Switching deformation mode and mechanisms during natural faulting of Carrara marble.

5-8 17.15-17.30 Di Toro G., Spagnuolo E., Fondriest M., Passelegue F., Aretusini S., Demurtas M., Murphy S., Nielsen S., Plümper O. & Kuo L.W. Shallow earthquakes: are they "brittle" or "ductile"?

5-9 17.30-17.45 Cardello G.L., Lupi M., Do Couto D., Clerc N., Sartori M. & Meyer M. Structural Geology and Active Tectonics of the Great Geneva Basin (Switzerland and France).

5-10 17.45-18.00 Lucca A., Storti F., Balsamo F. & Molli G. The Compione Fault: damage zone structural and paleofluid characterization of a segment of the Lunigiana extensional fault systems, Northern Apennines.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

5-11 Pannello 21 Bolognesi F. & Bistacchi A. Localization of brittle/cataclastic deformation along extremely weak and anisotropic mylonites the Simplon Line (Western Alps).

5-12 Pannello 22 Casini L., Maino M., Cuccuru S., Oggiano G., Secchi G. & Rossi P. A composite strike-slip model for the Corsica Sardinia Batholith (France-Italy).

5-13 Pannello 23 Maino M., Casini L., Di Giulio A., Seno S., Setti M. & Finlay M.S. Quantification and modeling of shear heating as tool to reconstruct the thermomechanical history of a brittle-ductile fault.

5-14 Pannello 24 Vitale S. & Mazzoli S. A method to analyze the incremental strain in heterogeneous shear zones.

5-15 Pannello 25 Mittempergher S., Di Toro G., Aretusini S. & Gratier J.P. The evolution of fabric with displacement in natural brittle faults.

S6 Geodynamics and Paleogeography of Tethyan belts: from convergence to exhumation - session dedicated to the memory of Marco Beltrando

Conveners and Chairpersons Rodolfo Carosi (Università di Torino), Marco G. Malusà (Università di Milano-Bicocca), Massimo Mattei (Università di Roma Tre), Andrea Zanchi (Università di Milano-Bicocca)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula Amirante (A27)

6-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Montomoli C., Iaccarino S. & Carosi R. Tectonic and metamorphic discontinuities in the Greater Himalayan Sequence in Central Himalaya: new perspectives for exhumation models.

6-2 09.00-09.15 Ballato P., Cifelli F., Heidarzadeh G., Ghassemi M., Wickert A., Hassanzadeh J., Dupont-Nivet G., Balling P., Sudo M., Zeilinger G., Schmitt A., Mattei M.2 & Strecker M. Tectono-sedimentary evolution of the northern Iranian Plateau: insights from middlelate Miocene foreland-basin deposits.

6-3 09.15-09.30 Rapa G., Groppo C., Mosca P. & Rolfo F. Tectono-metamorphic architecture and evolution of the Greater Himalayan Sequence in the Gosainkund-Helambu region (central Nepal Himalaya): a field-based and petrologic study.

6-4 09.30-09.45 Iaccarino S., Montomoli C., Carosi R., Montemagni C., Massonne H.-J., Jain A.K. & Visonà D. Pressure-Temperature Deformation-Time constraints on the South Tibetan Detachment System along the Alaknanda–Dhauli Ganga valleys, Garhwal Himalaya (N India).

6-5 09.45-10.00 Pellegrino A.G., Zhang B., Yin C., Maniscalco R., Hernandez-Moreno C. & Speranza F. Paleomagnetism of the Gaoligong strike-slip fault zone (Yunnan, China): understanding block rotation pattern.

6-6 10.00-10.15 Piccolo A., Faccenda M., Carosi R., Montomoli C. & Visonà D. Deciphering the geodynamic evolution of Large Hot Orogens; insight from numerical modeling.

6-7 10.15-10.30 Rossetti F., Asti R., Faccenna C., Gerdes A., Lucci F. & Theye T. Activation of the ductile shearing along the Gediz detachment, Menderes Massif core complex (western Turkey).

6-8 10.30-10.45 Argnani A. Subduction evolution of the Dinarides and the Cretaceous orogeny in the Eastern Alps: Hints from a new palaeotectonic reconstruction.

6-9 10.45-11.00 Cavalcante F. & Prosser G. Geological map of the Liguride Complex of the Pollino area (Southern Apennines).

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Amirante (A27)

6-10 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Molli G. A revision on the Alps-Apennines relationships: structural signatures and geologic records of interfering orogens.

6-11 16.00-16.15 Butler R.W.H. Tracking sand fairways to develop tectonic restorations in the Western Alps and central Mediterranean.

6-12 16.15-16.30 Malusà M.G., Danišík M. & Kuhlemann J. Ancient or young Apennines? Insights from low-temperature thermochronology in Corsica-Sardinia.

6-13 16.30-16.45 Speranza F., Hernandez-Moreno C., Avellone G., Gasparo Morticelli M., Agate M., Sulli A. & Di Stefano E. Understanding paleomagnetic rotations in Sicily: Thrust vs. transpressive structures.

6-14 16.45-17.00 Vitale S., Amore F.O., Ciarcia S., Fedele L., Grifa C., Prinzi E.P., Tavani S. & Tramparulo F.D'A. The Cretaceous-Paleogene Abortive Rift in the southern Adria domain (southern Apennines, Italy).

6-15 17.00-17.15 Dal Piaz G.V., Bergomi M.A., Malusà M.G., Monopoli B. & Tunesi A. U/Pb zircon dating and pre-Alpine evolution of the Grand St Bernard nappe system in the Aosta valley, Italian Western Alps.

6-16 17.15-17.30 Decarlis A., Manatschal G., Ferrando S. & Carosi R. Piedmont-Ligurian rifted margins geometry: preservation of a rift polarity flip inside the Alpine belt.

6-17 17.30-17.45 Groppo C., Ferrando S., Castelli D., Elia D., Meirano V. & Facchinetti L. A possible new UHP unit in the Western Alps as revealed by ancient Roman quernstones from Costigliole Saluzzo, Italy.

6-18 17.45-18.00 Carosi R., D'Addario E., Mammoliti E., Montomoli C. & Simonetti M. Vorticty of the flow and strain analysis in the Argentera Massif (External Crystalline Massifs, Western Alps): recognition of a regional pure-shear dominated transpression.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

6-12 Pannello 15 Chiarabba C. A review of the deep structure of central Mediterranean and inference for the geodynamic evolution.

6-19 Pannello 16 Arragoni S., Maggi M., Cianfarra P., Pedro Fernández L., Cuesta Fernández L. & Salvini F. Exotic basement clasts in conglomerates of the Southern Apennines: provenance and implications for the geodynamic evolution of the Central Mediterranean area.

6-20 Pannello 17 Barruffi A.C., Balestrieri M.L., Montomoli C. & Carosi R. Post-Variscan exhumation and thermal history of the Variscan Basement in NE Sardinia: insights from apatite fission-track analysis.

6-21 Pannello 18 Calzolari G., Rossetti F., Della Seta M., Nozaem R., Olivetti V., Balestrieri M.L., Cosentino D., Faccenna C., Stuart F.M., Ault A. & Vignaroli G An insight on the spatio-temporal evolution of intraplate strike-slip faulting: the Neogene–Quaternary history of the Kuh-e-Faghan Fault system, central Iran.

6-22 Pannello 19 Carosi R., Montomoli C., Iaccarino S., Montemagni C., Villa I.M. & Jain A.K. The Main Central Thrust Zone activity in Garhwal (India, NW Himalaya): insights from geochronological and microthermometric studies.

6-23 Pannello 20 Carosi R1, Iaccarino S. & Montomoli C. Exhumation of the metamorphic core of the Himalayas: myths and reality.

6-24 Pannello 21 Chen J., Carosi R., Cao H. & Montomoli C. The tectonic evolution of the Yalaxiangbo gneiss dome, SE Tibet.

6-25 Pannello 22 Cipriani M., Curcio A. C., Pacinelli P. & Selli L. The Belluno Thrust between Monte Coppolo and Monte Agraro (Eastern Southern Alps, Northern Italy).

6-26 Pannello 23 Cirrincione R., Fazio E., Ortolano G*., Fiannacca P., Kern H., Mengel K., Pezzino A. & Punturo R. Syn-shearing temperatures constrained via thermodynamic modelling during the ductile strain-rate evolution in the Symvolon syn-extensional plutonic body (Rhodope core complex, Greece).

6-27 Pannello 24 Corrado G., Cavalcante F., Erwan G. & Belviso C. Detailed characterizaton of mixed-layer illite/smectite, a useful tool for geodynamic recostruction. A case study of southern Apennines.

6-28 Pannello 25 Dal Cin M., Böhm G., Busetti M. & Zgur F. 3D velocity model from tomographic analysis of seismic reflection data in the Gulf of Trieste (North Adriatic sea).

6-29 Pannello 26 Di Rosa M. & Marroni M. The blueschists-facies metapelites of Corte slices (Corsica, France): microtectonic and geothermobarometric constraints for the Alpine metamorphism.

6-30 Pannello 27 Forlano S. & Ferranti L. Pliocene-Quaternary non-coaxial kinematic evolution of the area between M. Raparo and M. Alpi (Lucania Apennines).

6-31 Pannello 28 Ghignone S., Gattiglio M., Borghi A. & Balestro G. New multi-approach constrains for the poliphase evolution of eclogite-blueschist boundary between ophiolitic units in the Susa Valley (Western Alps).

6-32 Pannello 29 Malusà M.G., Anfinson O.A., Dafov L.N. & Stockli D.F. Dating strike-slip motion along the Insubric Fault by detrital zircon U-Pb geochronology.

6-34 Pannello 30 Marroni M., Meneghini F., Pandolfi L., Hobbs N. & Luvisi E. A late Eocene-early Oligocene snapshot of Northern Apennines geodynamics at the Alps/Apennines boundary: structure and kinematics of the Ottone-Levanto Line in Eastern Liguria, Italy.

6-35 Pannello 31 Mattei M., Cifelli F., Alimohammadian H., Rashid H., Winkler A. & Sagnotti L. Late Miocene to present extrusion tectonics, subduction and oroclinal bending in the South Caspian Basin and Alborz Mountains (Iran).

6-36 Pannello 32 Montomoli C., Iaccarino S., Nania L., Lezzerini M., Perchiazzi N. & Carosi R. Strain softening and shear zone localization: an example from the Main Central Thrust in the Mt. Makalu area (Eastern Nepal).

6-37 Pannello 33 Mulazzano E., Bertok C., d'Atri A., Martire L. & Piana F. Geological mapping and stratigraphic-structural study of the left side of the middle Valle Stura di Demonte (Colle Valcavera-Colle Servagno, CN).

6-38 Pannello 34 Pace P., Calamita F., Scisciani V., Tavarnelli E., Butler R.W.H. & Iacopini D. Tethyan heritage during orogenic development of the Apennine-Adriatic thrust beltforeland system, Central Italy.

6-39 Pannello 35 Pinarelli L., Christofides G., Pipera K., Soldatos T., Koroneos A. & Vaselli O. K-rich magmatism in extensional settings: the Oligocene-lower Miocene Evros volcanic rocks from north-eastern Greece (Thrace).

6-40 Pannello 36 Prinzi E.P., Vitale S., Tramparulo F.d'A., Ciarcia S., Amore F.O. & Laiena F. The northward tectonic transport in the southern Apennines: examples from the Capri Island and western Sorrento Peninsula (Italy).

6-41 Pannello 37 Real C., Carosi R., Ferrando S. & Froitzheim N. A tilted Permian middle crust affected by thermal and rifting events: the case of the Dervio-Olgiasca Zone (Southern Alps, Italy).

6-42 Pannello 38 Ciarcia S., Vitale S. & Tramparulo F. d'A. The Ligurian domain in the southern Apennines and northern Calabria.

6-43 Pannello 39 Satolli S., Pace P., Viandante M.G. & Calamita F. Plio-Quaternary development of the Sangro-Volturno cross-strike discontinuity (Central Apennines, Italy).

6-44 Pannello 40 Satolli S., Agostini S. & Calamita F. The influence of inversion tectonics in the building of minor arcuate shapes: An example from the Northern Apennines.

6-45 Pannello 41 Sulli A., Gasparo Morticelli M., Agate M., Basilone L. & Albanese C. Extensive backthrusting features in the northern Sicily continental margin highlight a late collisional stage of the Sicilian Fold and Thrust Belt.

6-46 Pannello 42 Tramparulo F.d'A., Ciarcia S., El Ouaragli B., Vitale S. & Najib Zaghloul M. Cenozoic tectonic evolution of the Rif chain: new data from the Jebha area (Morocco).

6-47 Pannello 43 Zanchetta S., Worthington J., Zanchi A., Malaspina N. & Angiolini L. The Cimmerian obduction of the Bashgumbaz ophiolites (South Pamir, Tajikistan).

6-48 Pannello 44 Zanchetta S., Zanchi A., Poli S., Bove G. & Mair V. Tectonometamorphic evolution, tectonic coupling and exhumation history of the Ötztal, Schneeberg and Texel unit (Eastern Alps, NE Italy).

6-49 Pannello 45 Zanchi A., Zanchetta S., Diaz-Azpiroz M., Fernandez C., Balini M. & Reza Ghassemi M. Strain partitioning during oblique convergence: the Aghdarband case-study, NE Iran.

S7 Post-orogenic extension in circum-Mediterranean belts: geomorphic signature, fault systems architecture and tectono-sedimentary evolution of syn-tectonic basins

Conveners and Chairpersons Francesco Brozzetti (Università di Chieti-Pescara G. D'Annunzio), Luigi Ferranti (Università di Napoli Federico II), Francesco Mirabella (Università di Perugia), Gerardo Pappone (Università di Napoli Parthenope)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula DSU4

7-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Lavecchia G., Brozzetti F., de Nardis R., Ferrarini F. & Cirillo D. 3D Quaternary extensional fault model of Italy: from surface to earthquake depths.

7-2 09.00-09.30 [KEYNOTE] Schiattarella M. Geomorphological signature of Pliocene-Quaternary tectonics in the axial zone of the southern Apennines, Italy.

7-3 09.30-09.45 Asti R., Malusà M.G. & Faccenna C. Unraveling supradetachment basin evolution by detrital apatite fission track analysis: the Gediz Graben (Menderes Massif, Western Turkey).

7-4 09.45-10.00 Cosentino D., Asti R., Nocentini M., Gliozzi E., Kotsakis T., Mattei M., Esu D., Spadi M., Tallini M., Cifelli F., Pennacchioni M., Cavuoto G. & Di Fiore V. New insights into the onset and evolution of the central Apennine extensional intermontane basins from the tectonically active L'Aquila Basin (central Italy).

7-5 10.00-10.15 Ferrarini F., Lavecchia G., Boncio P., de Nardis R., Pappone G., Cesarano M. & Aucelli P.P.C. Inherited fault system control on seismogenic activity: the North Matese case (Molise, Italy).

7-6 10.15-10.30 Amato V., Aucelli P.P.C., Cesarano M., Pappone G. & Rosskopf C.M. The Quaternary tectono-sedimentary evolution of the intermontane basins surrounding the Matese Mountains (Central-Southern Apennines).

7-7 10.30-10.45 Porreca M., Beddini G., Mirabella F., Capezzuoli E., Cardellini C. & Pazzaglia F. A multidisciplinary approach to understand the interaction between faults and fluid circulations: the continental Triponzo basin case history (northern Apennines, Italy).

7-8 10.45-11.00 Cirillo D., Brozzetti F., de Nardis R., Lavecchia G., Cardinali M., Orecchio B., Presti D. & Totaro C. Detailed field mapping and seismic analysis of potentially seismogenic faults at the Calabria-Lucania Boundary (southern Apennines).


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

7-9 Pannello 35 Brozzetti F., Cirillo D. & Lavecchia G. LANF-driven Quaternary extension in the Calabria-Lucania Region (Southern Apennines, Italy).

7-10 Pannello 36 Brutto F., Muto F., De Paola N., Loreto M.F., Tripodi V. & Critelli S. Plio-Pleistocene structural inversion around the Catanzaro Trough (Calabria, South Italy): change from transcurrent to extensional kinematics?

7-11 Pannello 37 Leone N., Amato V., Aucelli P.P.C., Cesarano M., Filocamo F., Petrosino P., Rosskopf C.M. & Valente E. The alluvial fan system of the northern slope of the Camposauro Mountain: the role of tectonics and climatic fluctuations since the late Middle Pleistocene.

7-12 Pannello 38 Tripodi V., Muto F., Brutto F. & Critelli S. Strike slip and extensional tectonics in the Neogene-Quaternary between the Serre and Aspromonte Massif, Calabria (southern Italy).

S8 Tectonics and igneous activity

Conveners and Chairpersons Giacomo Corti (Università di Firenze), Roberto Isaia (INGV-OV), Giovanni Leone (ETH Zurich), Michele Lustrino (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Stefano Vitale (Università di Napoli Federico II)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU4

8-1 15.30-15.45 [KEYNOTE] Elkins-Tanton L. & Tikoo S. Water gain and loss and the advent of plate tectonics during the formation of the Earth.

8-2 15.45-16.00 Leone G., Di Achille G. & Salese F. Distribution of valleys, tectonics and volcanic features on Mars: insights on the formation processes during the evolution of the planet.

8-3 16.00-16.15 Nahm A.L., Pendleton M.W. & Kattenhorn S.A. Formation by dike intrusion for Cerberus Fossae, Mars.

8-4 16.15-16.30 Di Giuseppe P., Agostini S., Lustrino M., Savaþçýn M.Y., Karaoðlu Ö., Ersoy Y. & Manetti P. Neogene volcanism around the Karlýova triple junction (Eastern Turkey).

8-5 16.30-16.45 Sunkari E.D. & Gürsu S. Petrogenetic Features of the Granitic Pebbles within the Late Ordovician Glacial Diamictites in Tauride-Anatolide Platform of Turkey: Implication of the island arc/Atype magmatic rocks of the Sinai Peninsula.

8-6 16.45-17.00 [KEYNOTE] Ruch J., Wang T., Xu W., Hensch M. & Jónsson S. Oblique rift opening and fault reactivation revealed by episodic magma intrusions in central Iceland.

8-7 17.00-17.15 Cardello G.L., Conti A., Consorti L. & Do Couto D. Fault-controlled volcanic vents between the Volsci Range and the magma-rich Tyrrhenian passive margin (Italy).

8-8 17.15-17.30 Loreto M.F., Pepe F., De Ritis R., Ventura G., Ferrante V., Speranza F., Tomini I. & Sacchi M. Geophysical investigation of Pleistocene volcanism and tectonics offshore Capo Vaticano (Calabria, southeastern Tyrrhenian Sea).

8-9 17.30-17.45 Piochi M., Isaia R., Giaccio B., Mormone A., Calabrò L., Mozio C., Moretti R., Zanchetta G. & Santacroce R. The Codola eruption in the potassic-rich belt of the Southern Italy: new constraints on the eruptive dynamics and magma evolution.

8-10 17.45-18.00 Isaia R., Aiello G., Barra D., Ciarcia S., Iannuzzi E., Marturano A., Prinzi E., Tramparulo F.D'A. & Vitale S. New data from the central sector of the Campi Flegrei to constraint the long term ground deformation pattern of the caldera.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

8-11 Pannello 39 Casetta F., Coltorti M., Marrocchino E. & Bonadiman C. A shoshonitic multi-pulse intrusion in the Southern Alps domain (NE Italy): the Predazzo Intrusive Complex (PIC).

8-12 Pannello 40 Corradino M., Pepe F., Sacchi M., Solaro G., Ferranti L., Molisso F. & Insinga D. Architecture of the NYT caldera and inner resurgent dome (Pozzuoli Bay, Campi Flegrei): new insights from seismic reflection and DInSAR data.

8-13 Pannello 41 Cubellis E., Marturano A. & Pappalardo L. Reconstruction of the eruptive dynamic of last Vesuvius eruption in March 1944.

8-14 Pannello 42 De Beni E., Montalto P., Branca S., Coltelli M. & Groppelli G. The geodatabase of the geological map of Etna volcano. A GIS application for the dissemination and updating of the volcanological data.

8-15 Pannello 43 De Matteo A., Massa B., Cristiano E. & D'Auria L. Monitoring of the stress field of volcanic areas.

8-16 Pannello 44 Giudicepietro F., Macedonio G., D'Auria L. & Martini M. Interpretation of unrest in volcanic calderas.

8-17 Pannello 45 Lustrino M. (More than) fifty shades of plumes.

8-18 Pannello 46 Mari N., Mattioli M., Renzulli A. & Pistolesi M. The 2010 Eyjafjallajökull volcano eruption (Iceland): auto-mingling signatures in the basaltic products of the opening lava fountain phase.

8-19 Pannello 47 Mazzeo F.C., Rocco I., Tucker R. D., Melluso L., D'Antonio M. & Morra V. Geochemical, mineralogical and isotopic features of the melilitic rocks and associated mantle xenoliths in the Takarindoha lava field (Central-Eastern Madagascar).

8-20 Pannello 48 Michail M., Bonadiman C., Coltorti M., Gianolla P. & Riva A. Modelling of Middle Triassic Monzoni Intrusive Complex (Dolomites, Italy): emplacement and geodynamic setting.

8-21 Pannello 49 Minissale S., Cucciniello C., Rocco I., Melluso L., Morra V., Tedesco D. & Balagizi Muhigirwa C. Mineralogy, geochemistry and petrogenesis of Nyiragongo and Nyamuragira volcanic rocks (Virunga Province D.R. Congo).

8-22 Pannello 50 Montanari D., Agostini A., Bonini M. & Corti G. Deformation associated with shallow magma intrusions: an analog modeling perspective.

8-23 Pannello 51 Obrizzo F., Brandi G., Cubellis E., De Martino P., Dolce M., Scarpato G., Sepe V., Tammaro U. & Luongo G. Ground deformations of the Campanian Plain and the Neapolitan Active Volcanoes by Continuos GPS measurements.

8-24 Pannello 52 Orecchio B., De Ritis R., Pepe F., Corradino M., Neri G., Presti D., Sacchi M. & Totaro C. Geophysical investigations along the Tyrrhenian shore of Calabria.

8-25 Pannello 53 Ruch J., Vezzoli L., De Rosa R., Di Lorenzo R. & Acocella V. Magmatic control along a strike-slip volcanic arc: the central Aeolian arc (Italy).

8-26 Pannello 54 Tramparulo F.d'A., Bisson M., Isaia R., Tadini A. & Vitale S. Structural and remote sensing analyses of the Somma Vesuvius complex and the neighbouring carbonate mountains: insight into the interaction between volcanic (local) and tectonic (regional) stress fields.

8-27 Pannello 55 Troiano A., Di Giuseppe M.G., Piochi M., Isaia R. & Patella D. Scan a volcano to reveal its interior deep structure: magnetotelluric imaging of the Campi Flegrei caldera (Italy).

S9. Input and output in subduction settings: chemical and geodynamics implications

Conveners and Chairpersons Riccardo Avanzinelli (Università di Firenze), Valentina Magni (University of Durham), Nadia Malaspina (Università di Milano-Bicocca)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula DSU4

9-1 08.30-08.45 Piana Agostinetti N. & Faccenna C. Seismic structure of the Northern Apennines: insights into subduction dynamics.

9-2 08.45-09.00 Campione M. Seismic versus aseismic behaviour of thrust faults of antigorite serpentine.

9-3 09.00-09.30 [KEYNOTE] Tumiati S. Experimental constraints on the composition of fluids interacting with a graphitebearing, carbonate-free subduction melange.

9-4 09.30-09.45 Zanchetta S., Tumiati S., Pellegrino L. & Malaspina N. Slab-mantle interaction during UHP and UHT metamorphism of garnet peridotites and their hosting crustal rocks (Monte Duria, Central Alps, N Italy).

9-5 09.45-10.15 [KEYNOTE] Conticelli S., Ammannati E., Casalini M., Jacob D.E., Avanzinelli R. & Foley S.F. The role of carbon from recycled sediments in the potassic magmatism of the Central Mediterranean region: evidence for carbonate metasomatism in the mantle.

9-6 10.15-10.30 Iovine R.S., Mazzeo F.C., Arienzo I., D'Antonio M., Wörner G., Civetta L., Pastore Z. & Orsi G. Sr-O-isotopic data on hybrid volcanic rocks of Arso, the last eruption occurred at Ischia island (Italy; 1302 AD).

9-7 10.30-10.45 Wörner G., Iovine R.S., Mazzeo F.C., D'Antonio M., Arienzo I., Civetta L. & Orsi G. Sr-O isotope systematics in the Campi Flegrei magma systems.

9-8 10.45-11.00 Pinarelli L., Vaselli O., Capaccioni B., Gioncada A. & Downes H. The Spiaggia Lunga mafic enclaves (Vulcano, Aeolian Islands): testimony of an older reservoir.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

9-9 Pannello 46 Ficini E., Cuffaro M. & Doglioni C. Subduction cycle and mantle convection: clues from lithosphere volumes sinking at subduction zones.

9-10 Pannello 47 Malaspina N. The Fe3+ partitioning in crust-derived fluid phases and implications for the slab-tomantle element transfer.

9-11 Pannello 48 Menzel M.D., Garrido C.J., López Sánchez-Vizcaíno V., Marchesi C. & Hidas K. CO2-fluid-rock interactions during subduction metamorphism of serpentinites.

9-12 Pannello 49 Cirillo G., Arienzo I., Mazzeo F.C., Paonita A., Rizzo A., D'Antonio M. & Petrosino P. He isotopes in mafic phenocrysts from products of the Neapolitan Volcanoes (Southern Italy): constraints on the geochemical features of the mantle sources.

9-13 Pannello 50 Magni V., Bouilhol P. & van Hunen J. Slab dehydration and deep water recycling through time.

S10. Controls of mantle depletion/enrichment on geological processes

Conveners and Chairpersons Giulio Borghini (Università di Milano), Massimo Coltorti (Università di Ferrara), Patrizia Fumagalli (Università di Milano), Elisabetta Rampone (Università di Genova)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU4

10-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Brunelli D. Thermal and compositional effects of melting heterogeneous mantle sources along Mid Ocean Ridges.

10-2 16.00-16.15 Secchiari A., Montanini A., Bosch D., Macera P.  & Cluzel D. Melt extraction and enrichment processes in the New Caledonia lherzolites.

10-3 16.15-16.30 Saccani E., Dilek Y. & Photiades A. Multi-stage mantle melting and magma generation in the Albanides-Hellenides suprasubduction zone ophiolites.

10-4 16.30-16.45 Sanfilippo A. Mantle contribution in the oceanic crust.

10-5 16.45-17.15 [KEYNOTE] Hidas K., Garrido C.J., Tommasi A., Padrón-Navarta J.A., Mainprice D., Vauchez A., Marchesi C. & Barou F. Feedback of reactions on ductile strain localization in the shallow subcontinental lithospheric mantle.

10-6 17.15-17.30 Capizzi L.S., Fumagalli P., Ildefonse B., Poli S. & Tumiati S. Geometry and connectivity of hydrous-carbonatitic liquids in the mantle: an experimental model.

10-7 17.30-17.45 Pelorosso B., Bonadiman C., Coltorti M., Melchiorre M., Faccini B. & Giacomoni P.P. The role of percolating melts in the Northern Victoria Land lithospheric mantle (Antarctica).

10-8 17.45-18.00 Giacomoni P.P., Coltorti M., Bonadiman C., Ferlito C., Zanetti A. & Ottolini L. The role of volatiles in the genesis of Cenozoic magmatism in Northern Victoria Land (NVL), Antarctica.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

10-9 Pannello 26 Basch V., Rampone E., Ildefonse B., Godard M. & Crispini L. Melt/rock reaction at the oceanic mantle-crust transition, through combined EBSD and in-situ mineral geochemistry studies on the Erro-Tobbio peridotites (Ligurian ophiolites, Italy).

10-10 Pannello 27 Borghini G. & Fumagalli P. The location of plagioclase-spinel and spinel-garnet transitions in a mantle pyroxenite: an experimental study from 0.7 to 1.5 GPa.

10-11 Pannello 28 Borghini G., Rampone E., Hidas K., Tommasi A., Zanetti A. & Godard M. Relations between melt-percolation and deformation in the External Liguride mantle (Italy): a combined EBSD-(LA-ICP-MS) study.

10-12 Pannello 29 Correale A., Pelorosso B., Rizzo A.L., Coltorti M., Italiano F. & Bonadiman C. Volatile content and geochemical features of the lithospheric mantle beneath Handler Ridge, Northern Victoria Land (Antarctica).

10-13 Pannello 30 Faccini B., Coltorti M., Bonadiman C., Seghedi I., Ntaflos T. & Grégoire M. Slab-melt metasomatism and refertilisation in Southern Carpathian upper mantle.

10-14 Pannello 31 Francomme J.E., Fumagalli P. & Borghini G. The role of melt-rock reaction in Olivine-rich troctolite origin at mantle crust transition: an experimental study up to 0.7 GPa.

10-15 Pannello 32 Sbaffi M., Tribuzio R. & Zanetti A. The association of amphibole-bearing mantle peridotites and amphibolitized eclogites of Alpe Morello (Southern Alps).

S11. Topography: from the surface to the mantle

Conveners and Chairpersons Claudio Faccenna (Università di Roma Tre), Carmelo Monaco (Università di Catania), Alessandra Ascione (Università di Napoli Federico II), Maria Laura Balestrieri (CNR-IGG Pisa), Claudia Piromallo (INGV-Roma1)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula Coviello (A29)

11-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Pazzaglia F.J., Meltzer A.S., Soto-Codero L., Carnes L., Holt W.E. & Ghosh A. Topography: from the surface to the mantle in eastern North America (ENAM), a seismically active and deforming plate interior.

11-2 09.00-09.15 Olivetti V., Godard V., Bellier O., Gautheron C. & Faccenna C. Cenozoic rejuvenation events of massif central topography (France): insights from cosmogenic denudation rates, river profiles and low-t thermochronology.

11-3 09.15-09.30 Sembroni A., Faccenna C., Becker T.W., Molin P. & Abebe B. Long-term, deep-mantle support of the Ethiopia-Yemen Plateau.

11-4 09.30-09.45 Fierro E. & Schettino A. Mantle dynamics in the Red Sea region.

11-5 09.45-10.00 Teixell A., Arboleya M.L., Domenech M. & Teson E. Tectonics and topography of the Moroccan Atlas I: 250 My history of subsidence of uplift in the NW African plate.

11-6 10.00-10.15 Teixell A., Ayarza A., Carbonell R., Babault J. & Arboleya M.L. Tectonics and topography of the Moroccan Atlas II: crust and mantle structure and the support of high mountain elevation.

11-7 10.15-10.30 Siravo G., Faccenna C., Molin P., Fellin M.G., Giachetta E., Bayona G. & Jimenez Diaz G. Preliminary results on the uplift of the Eastern Cordillera, Colombia.

11-8 10.30-10.45 Radeff G., Cosentino D., Öğretmen N., Cipollari P., Frezza V., Faranda C. & Gliozzi E. The multi-phased uplift of the Central Anatolian plateau southern margin: evidence from stratigraphy and implications for the geodynamic model.

11-9 10.45-11.00 Ballato P., Schildgen T., Parra M., Dunkl I., Yildirim C. , Sobel E., Echtler E. & Strecker M. Spatial patterns in exhumation and surface uplift in the central Pontide mountains during the growth of the northern margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau.

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Coviello (A29)

11-10 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Roberts G.P., Cowie P.A., Scholz C.H., Faure Walker J.P. & Steer P. Viscous roots of active seismogenic faults revealed by geologic slip rate variations, central Italy.

11-11 16.00-16.15 Piana Agostinetti N. Slab segmentation vs. Apennines segmentation: insights from Receiver Function analysis.

11-12 16.15-16.30 Barreca G., Scarfì L., Cannavò F., Koulakov I. & Monaco C. New structural and seismological evidence and interpretation of a lithospheric scale shear zone at the southern edge of the Ionian subduction system (central-eastern Sicily, Italy).

11-13 16.30-16.45 Cultrera F., Barreca G., Ferranti L., Monaco C., Pepe F. , Scarfì L., Passaro S., Mattia M., Bruno V., Barberi G. & Musumeci C. Structural architecture and active deformation pattern in the northern sector of the Aeolian-Tindari-Letojanni fault system (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea - NE Sicily) based on merging of marine and on-land data.

11-14 16.45-17.00 Serpelloni E., Salimbeni S. & Pondrelli S. Surface and deep deformation of the great Alpine region from GPS and seismic anisotropy measurements.

11-15 17.00-17.15 Malusà M.G., Balestrieri M.L. & Wittmann H. Lithologic control on exhumation and topographic growth: insights from detrital thermochronology and cosmogenic analyses in the Northern Apennines and the Western Alps.

11-16 17.15-17.30 Fellin M.G., Willett S.D., Chen C.-Y., Christl M. & Chen Y.-G. Erosion rates across space and time from a multi-proxy study of rivers of eastern Taiwan.

11-17 17.30-17.45 Pavano F., Pazzaglia F.J. & Catalano S. Knickpoints as geologic markers of rock uplift and long-term erosion.

11-18 17.45-18.00 Giachetta E., Capolongo D. & Giannandrea P. Drainage network evolution and landscape response to active tectonics in the Bradanic trough, Southern Italy.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

11-19 Pannello 51 Barreca G., Monaco C. & Pepe F. High-resolution seismic survey in the Eastern Sicily offshore: results from the Mt. Etna sector and implications with regional tectonics.

11-20 Pannello 52 Pavano F., Catalano S., Romagnoli G. & Tortorici G. Surficial response to the Late Quaternary tectonic deformation: new morphometric insights from relief analysis of NE Sicily (southern Italy).

11-21 Pannello 53 Meschis M., Roberts G.P., Robertson J., Houghton S., Underwood C. & Briant R. Interaction of active crustal deformation, historical seismicity and regional uplift in the upper plate of subduction zones constrained by investigating tectonically deformed Late Quaternary palaeoshorelines using synchronous correlation: Vibo Fault and Capo D'Orlando Fault, southern Italy.

11-22 Pannello 54 Sembroni A., Molin P., Pazzaglia F.J., Faccenna C. & Abebe B. Evolution of continental-scale drainage in response to mantle dynamics and surface processes: an example from the Ethiopian Highlands.

11-23 Pannello 55 Meloni. F.†, De Ritis R., Rotella G., Materni V., Nardi A., Sapia V., Carpentieri E., Nanni T., Coltorti M., Venuti A., Faccenna C., Marchetti M., Chiappini M., Argentieri A., Di Filippo M.  & Di Nezza M. Geophysical and geotechnical observations to assess the morphological risk in the acque albule basin sinkhole prone area (Rome, Italy): two case studies.

11-24 Pannello 56 Totaro C., Orecchio B., Presti D., Scolaro S. & Neri G. A Bayesian approach for seismogenic stress field computation in the Calabrian Arc region.

11-25 Pannello 57 Diaferia G. & Cammarano F. Petrological and geophysical constraints on density distribution of the Italian crust.

S12. Quaternary study: integrated approaches, constraints and open questions

Conveners and Chairpersons Nicoletta Santangelo (Università di Napoli Federico II), Marcello Tropeano (Università di Bari Aldo Moro), Maria Marino (Università di Bari Aldo Moro), Mariarita Palombo (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Vincenzo Pascucci (Università di Sassari)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A28

12-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Antonioli F., Furlani S. & Mastronuzzi G. "We saw things in the sea that you people could not even imagine..."

12-2 09.00-09.15 Ferranti L., Antonioli F. & Monaco C. The timing and spatial pattern of Late Pleistocene-Holocene shorelines uplift in the Calabrian Arc: clues for understanding regional and local tectonic processes.

12-3 09.15-09.30 Zecchin M. & Caffau M. The late Quaternary uplift of the Crotone Basin, southern Italy.

12-4 09.30-09.45 Ascione A. & Valente E. Geomorphological investigation of active tectonics: case studies from the southern Apennines.

12-5 09.45-10.00 Öðretmen N., Cipollari P., Frezza V., Faranda C., Gliozzi E., Yýldýrým C., Radeff G. & Cosentino D. Biostratigraphical constraints of the youngest marine deposits at the southern margin of the Central Anatolian Plateau (CAP, Turkey): a key to evaluate the long-term uplift rate of the CAP southern margin.

12-6 10.00-10.15 Mirabella F., Bucci F., Cardinali M., Santangelo M., Barchi M.R. & Guzzetti F. Alluvial fan shift reveals Quaternary migration of active extension. A case study in the Northern Apennines of Italy.

12-7 10.15-10.30 Bernardinetti S., Pieruccioni D., Petrolo F., Tufarolo E., Colonna T., Trotta M., Minucci S., Villa V., Aureli D., Pagli M. & Nicoud E. Subsurface 3D modeling of Giumentina Valley (Majella, Abruzzo, Italy) trough multimethodic geophysical surveys.

12-8 10.30-10.45 Chicco J., Invernizzi C., Pierantoni P.P. & Costa M. Quaternary tectonics from seismic interpretation and its relation with deepest geothermal fluids in the Marche region (Central Italy).

12-9 10.45-11.00 Scarciglia F., Mercatante G., Donato P., Ghinassi M., Carnevale G., Delfino M., Oms O., Papini M., Pavia M., Sani F. & Rook L. A multidisciplinary study of the Homo-bearing Aalat pedostratigraphic succession, Dandiero Basin, East Africa: insights into Pleistocene soil development and paleoenvironmental changes.

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A28

12-10 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Trincardi F. Process observation, strata formation and Quaternary "seascape" evolution in coastal to deep-water environments.

12-11 16.00-16.15 Bertini A., Vannacci M., Buratti N., Marchegiano M., Gliozzi E., Ariztegui D. & Mazza R. Lake Trasimeno's Quaternary vegetation and climate history from palynological studies.

12-12 16.15-16.30 Maiorano P., Bertini A., Capolongo D., Eramo G., Gallicchio S., Girone A., Pinto D., Toti F., Ventruti G. & Marino M. Climate variability through the Marine Isotope Stage 19 in the Bradano Trough (Southern Italy): a multi-proxy record.

12-13 16.30-16.45 De Falco G., Conforti A., Pascucci V., Sanna I. & Del Vais C. Late Holocene evolution of a deltaic-lagoon system related to history of the Othoca Phoenician-Punic center (Gulf of Oristano, western Sardinia).

12-14 16.45-17.00 Bernasconi M.P., Cefalà M. & Perri E. Quaternary climate variations as defined by a coralgal bioconstruction and associated microbialites (Tyrrhenian coast of Calabria, Soutehrn Italy).

12-15 17.00-17.15 Cardines C., Di Donato V., Insinga D.D., Iorio M., Molisso F., Rumolo P., Passaro S. & Vallefuoco M. The TEA C6 record: a reference archive from the Gulf of Taranto (Ionian Sea) for the last 15 ka.

12-16 17.15-17.30 Columbu A., Drysdale R.N., Woodhead J., De Waele J., Chiarini V., Hellstrom J., Sanna L. & Forti P. Carbonate speleothems from gypsum caves for palaeoclimatic and palaeoenvironmental reconstructions.

12-17 17.30-17.45 Marra F., Ceruleo P., Pandolfi L., Petronio C., Rolfo M.F. & Salari L. The aggradational successions of the Aniene River Valley in Rome: evidence for the oldest Neanderthal presence in Europe.

12-18 17.45-18.00 Mazzini I., Sardella R., Cavinato G.P., Parotto M., Bellucci L., Brilli M., Giustini F., Fioramonti V., Cifelli F., Mattei M., Biddittu I. & Sirna M. New constraints on the Plio-Quaternary deposits of the Collepardo area (Ernici Range, Central Apennine, Italy).


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

12-19 Pannello 58 Antoncecchi I.*, Teofilo G., Tropeano M., Festa V., Pascucci V. & Sabato L. Seismostratigraphic features of the Quaternary Salento shelf (southern Italy): basic characters coming fro the "VIDEPI Project" database.

12-20 Pannello 59 Ascione A., Di Maio G. & Speradeo G. Reconstruction of the buried lava bedrock in the Sarno River Plain (Campania Region).

12-21 Pannello 60 Cianflone G., Cavuoto G., Punzo M., Dominici R., Tarallo D., Di Fiore V., Sonnino M., Lirer F., Pelosi N., Marsella E. & De Rosa R. Holocene evolution of the Sibari Plain (Southern Italy) in a tectonics controlled setting.

12-22 Pannello 61 De Guidi G. & Privitera G. New dating constraints the Catania Anticline active folding by geological and archeological data.

12-23 Pannello 62 Di Donato V., Martín-Fernández J.A., Cardines C. & Comas-Cufí M. Palaeoenvironmental reconstructions through compositional data analysis: the CoDaMAT method.

12-24 Pannello 63 Ferranti L., Burrato P., Forlano S., Di Donato V. & Amore F.O. Mid-late Quaternary uplift of the coastal sector between Mazara and Selinunte (SW Sicily): hints on the active tectonic structures.

12-25 Pannello 64 Milia A., Morabito S., Petrosino P., Sprovieri M. & Tamburrino S. CET1 core: a multiproxy correlation of marker events in the eastern Tyrrhenian Sea.

12-26 Pannello 65 Nocentini M., Cosentino D., Tallini M. & Spadi M. Plio-Quaternary geological map of the Paganica-S. Demetrio Castelnuovo Basin (L'Aquila, central Italy).

12-27 Pannello 66 Nocentini M., Tallini M., Cosentino D., Gliozzi E., Asti R., Durante F. & Macerola L. Plio-Quaternary geological map of the L'Aquila-Scoppito Basin (L'Aquila, central Italy).

12-28 Pannello 67 Pepe F., Faraci C., Molisso F., Dera R., Di Donato V., Ferranti L., Insinga D., Sacchi M. & Passaro S. Stratigraphy of upper Quaternary shallow-water contourite drifts and paleoceanographic modeling of the Gulf of Taranto (Ionian Sea, Southern Italy).

12-29 Pannello 68 Ruberti D., Vigliotti M., Ermice A., Rolandi G. & Rolandi R. Stratigraphic architecture of the Campania Plain, southern Italy. A key to understand evolution and impact of volcanic activity.

12-30 Pannello 69 Tropeano M., Pascucci V., Sabato L., Andreucci S., Cilumbriello A. & Gallicchio S. Preliminary results of OSL age dating of late Pleistocene marine terraced deposits of the Metaponto area (Taranto Gulf, Southern Italy).

12-31 Pannello 70 Zucchi M., Bisci C., Di Celma C., Leoni M. & Pierantoni P.P. Reconstruction of the geological evolution and stratigraphic architecture of upper Quaternary continental deposits through field and boreholes data: the case of the lower basin of the Chienti River (Marche).

S13. Coastal changes, from past records to future trends: proxy analysis, modelling and monitoring

Conveners and Chairpersons Fabio Matano (CNR-IAMC Napoli), Pietro P.C. Aucelli (Università di Napoli Parthenope), Stefano Carlino (INGV-OV), Riccardo Salvini (Università di Siena), Marcello Schiattarella (Università della Basilicata)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula 33

13-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Pranzini E. Coastal erosion and protection in Europe.

13-2 09.00-09.15 Anzidei M., Bosman A., Carluccio R., Carmisciano C., Casalbore D., Chiappini M., Chiocci F.L., D'Ajello Caracciolo F., Esposito A., Fabris M., Muccini F., Nicolosi I., Pietrantonio G., Romagnoli C., Sepe V. & Tusa S. Multidisciplinary approach to reconstruct flooding scenario along the subsiding coast of Lipari Island.

13-3 09.15-09.30 Benassai G., Aucelli P.P.C., Di Paola G. & Pappone G. Monitoring and mitigating the coastal vulnerability in Southern Italy.

13-4 09.30-09.45 Chunga K., Quiñonez M.F., Mulas M. & Rincon G. A review of geological hazard records in Quaternary uplifted terraces, central coast of Ecuador.

13-5 09.45-10.00 Laci S. & Caro E. Albanian coastline facing the challenges of climate change.

13-6 10.00-10.15 Mucerino L., Carpi L., Besio G., Benedetti A., Ferrari M. & Firpo M. Coastal Vulnerability Assessment. Study Case: Bonassola - La Spezia Italy.

13-7 10.15-10.30 Rosskopf C.M., Di Paola G., Rodriguez G. & Walker I.J. Recent evolution of the Molise coast of Italy: present dynamics and critical issues.

13-8 10.30-10.45 Soldati M., Barrows T. T. & Prampolini M. Landslides and sea level changes: evidence of the complex geomorphological evolution of the NW coast of Malta from exposure dating using cosmogenic nuclides.

13-9 10.45-11.00 Violante C., Esposito E., Braca G. & Tranfaglia G. Permanent and ephemeral modifications of the Amalfi Coast after the AD 79 eruption of Vesuvius: environmental effects and geohazard implications.

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula 33

13-10 15.30-15.45 [KEYNOTE] Giordan D. The use of innovative monitoring systems for evaluation of rock slope instabilities and coastal dynamic.

13-11 15.45-16.00 De Natale G., Troise C., Sacchi M., Zeni L., Matano F., Somma R., Carlino S., Caputo T. & Esposito G. Innovative Monitoring of Coastal and Marine Environment - The MONICA project.

13-12 16.00-16.15 Esposito G., Salvini R., Matano F., Sacchi M., Somma R., Soravia M., Tammaro U., Troise C. & De Natale G. Retreat rates estimation of the Torrefumo coastal cliff, Campi Flegrei volcanic district, Southern Italy.

13-13 16.15-16.30 Francioni M., Coggan J.S., Eyre M.L., Vanneschi C., Penfound-Marks L.R.G. & Stead D. A multi-scale and multi disciplinary approach for the study and monitoring of rocky coastlines.

13-14 16.30-16.45 Aucelli P.P.C., Cinque A., Giordano F., Mattei G. & Pappone G. Landscape changes along the coasts of Naples Gulf since the Roman times, inferred from new geoarchaeological data.

13-15 16.45-17.00 Di Leo P., Bavusi M., Corrado G., Danese M., Giammatteo T., Gioia D. & Schiattarella M. Ancient settlement dynamics and predictive archaeological models for the Metapontum coastal area in Basilicata, southern Italy: from geomorphological survey to spatial analysis.

13-16 17.00-17.15 Passaro S., Sacchi M., Matano F., Molisso F., Vallefuoco M., Tamburrino S. & Ventura G. Geomorphology and vertical rate of subsidence in the last ≈2ky in the coastal sectors of the Pozzuoli Bay, Phlegrean Fields Caldera, Naples (Italy).

13-17 17.15-17.30 Cinque A., Ruello M.R., Russo Ermolli E., Di Donato V., Molisso F., Ciampo G. & Terrasi F. Interplay between sea level rise and tectonics in the Holocene evolution of the Sant'Eufemia plain (Calabria).

13-18 17.30-17.45 Mastronuzzi G., Stamatopoulos L., Milella M., Piscitelli A. & Sansò P. Coastal morphology, sea level changes and tectonic in the Holocene of Othonì and Kerkira islands (Ionian Island, Greece).

13-19 17.45-18.00 Schiattarella M., Putignano M.L., Orrù P.E. & Voltaggio M. Late Pleistocene sea-level changes and vertical movements between Formia and Minturno, central Italy.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

13-20 Pannello 56 Lisco S., Moretti M., Cardone F., Gravina M.F., Bonifazi A. & Corriero G. Comparison between two present day Sabellariidae biocostructions: Sabellaria alveolata (Ostia, Thyrrenian Sea) and Sabellaria spinulosa (Torre Mileto, Adriatic Sea) reefs.

13-21 Pannello 57 Laci S. & Laci E. Climate change and water risks management at the coastal area of Lezha region, Albania.

13-22 Pannello 58 Di Paola G., Iglesias F.J., Rodríguez G.A., Aucelli P.P.C., Benassai G. & Rosskopf C.M. Erosion risk assessment along the Gran Canaria Island coastline.

13-23 Pannello 59 Aucelli P.P.C., Rizzo A., Di Leo P., Gioia D. & Schiattarella M. Coastal erosion and inundation assessment along the Ionian coast of Basilicata, southern Italy.

13-24 Pannello 60 Pennetta M., Corbelli V., Gattullo V. & Nappi R. Coastal area planning based on dune vulnerability index and carrying capacity in northern Campania (Italy).

13-25 Pannello 61 Rizzo A., Aucelli P.P.C., Gracia F. J. & Anfuso G. Coastal susceptibility assessment and vulnerability evaluation in Valdelagrana spit (SW Spain).

13-26 Pannello 62 Alberico I., Cavuoto G., Di Fiore V., Punzo M., Tarallo D. & Pelosi N. Historical evolution of Volturno coastal plain and current shoreline trend as tools for territorial management.

13-27 Pannello 63 Matano F., Ruberti D., Sacchi M. & Vigliotti M. Subsidence trends detected by SAR interferometry and buried stratigraphic architecture in a coastal plain (northern Campania, southern Italy).

13-28 Pannello 64 Pennetta M., Stamatopoulos L., Donadio C. & Stanislao C. Coastal dune development and morphological changes along the Garigliano Plain, Italy, and Elis, Greece, during the Holocene.

13-29 Pannello 65 Pepe F., Corradino M., Napoli G., Lo Presti V., Renda P., Calcagnile L., Quarta G. & Antonioli G. Boulder dynamics in the Favignana Island coastal zone (Egadi Archipelago, Central Mediterranean).

13-30 Pannello 66 Caputo T., Somma R., Marino E., Troise C.1 & De Natale G. Evolution of a volcanoclastic coastal cliff affected by weather-marine factors: Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) technique at Campi Flegrei caldera rim.

13-31 Pannello 67 Ruberti D., Molisso F., Sacchi M. & Vigliotti M. Insights into the Holocene evolution of the Volturno river delta system, Eastern Tyrrhenian Margin.

13-32 Pannello 68 Ortolani F., Avilia F., Pagliuca S., Santanastasio R. & Trocciola A. Historic coastal variations of the Neapolitan Area based on geoarchaeological data.

S14. Climate and environments from past and present interglacials: natural variability and human-induced landscape changes

Conveners and Chairpersons Assunta Florenzano (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Anna Maria Mercuri (Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia), Eleonora Regattieri (CNR-IGAG Roma), Barbara Stenni (Università di Venezia Ca Foscari), Andrea Zerboni (Università di Milano)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A33

14-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Drysdale R.N., Zanchetta G., Regattieri E., Bajo P., Hellstrom J., Couchoud I., Gierz P.5 & Woodhead J. Insights on past interglacials from Corchia Cave (Italy) speleothems.

14-2 09.00-09.15 [KEYNOTE] Bini M. Human-Environment Relationship and Landscape Evolution since Etruscan Times: Case Studies from Apuo-Versilia Plain and Pisa Urban Area (NW Italy).

14-3 09.15-09.30 D'Agostino R., Adam O., Lionello P. & Schneider T. A long term perspective on the Hadley Cell evolution: from the last glacial maximum to climate change projections.

14-4 09.30-09.45 Regattieri E., Zanchetta G., Giaccio B., Nomáde S., Galli P., Peronace E., Drysdale R.N., Hellstrom J.C., Isola I., Boschi C., Wagner B. & Francke A. Last Interglacial climatic and environmental variability from continental carbonates (speleothems and lacustrine sediment): a coherent framework from central Italy sites.

14-6 09.45-10.00 Sinopoli G., Sadori L. & Masi A. Lake Ohrid (FYROM/Albania): palynology of the last interglacial.

14-7 10.00-10.15 Cremaschi M., Davoli P., Mostafa A.A., Zanchetta G., Baneschi I. & Zerboni A. Climate and humans at Soknopaiou Nesos (Northern Faiyum, Egypt) during the Holocene.

14-8 10.15-10.30 Zerboni A. & Biagetti S. Was the termination of the Holocene African Humid Period abrupt of gradual? Comparison of offshore and continental records and archaeological implications.

14-9 10.30-10.45 Di Vito M.A., de Vita S., Rucco I., Bini M., Zanchetta G., Boenzi G., Castaldo N., Cesarano M., Ebanista C. & Stanco E. Volcaniclastic debris flows related to 472 AD eruption at Vesuvius: social and environmental impact from stratigraphic and geoarcheological data.

14-10 10.45-11.00 Mercuri A.M. Palynology from off-sites and on-site contexts as a tool for the assessment of long-term human impact.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

14-5 Pannello 71 Franceschini C., Stenni B., Frezzotti M., Masson-Delmotte V., Varin C., Spolaor A. & Dreossi G. Last Interglacial climate variability at TALDICE, East Antarctica.

14-11 Pannello 72 Florenzano A., Zerboni A. & Mercuri A.M. Palynological and geoarchaeological evidence of human environmental interaction in shaping the landscape at Pantanello (Metaponto, Southern Italy) in Classical times (7th-1st century BC).

14-12 Pannello 73 Scapozza C., Schenker F. & Ambrosi C. Chronology, modalities of the last deglaciation, and Schmidt hammer exposure-age dating of the Splügenpass area (Italian Alps).

14-13 Pannello 74 Asioli A., Albertazzi S., Barcena Pernia M.A., Giglio F., Hartman J.D., Langone L., Sangiorgi F., Tateo F. & Trincardi F. The interglacials 5 and 7 in the sedimentary record of the Ross Sea continental slope (Antarctica).

14-14 Pannello 75 Mancin N. & Darling K. Morphological abnormalities of planktonic foraminiferal tests in the SW Pacific Ocean over the last 550 ky.

14-15 Pannello 76 Toti F., Bassinot F., Bertini A., Combourieu-Nebout N., Dewilde F., Girone A., Nomade S., Maiorano P., Marino M. & Scao V. Palaeoclimatic signals from ODP Site 976 (western Mediterranean): an integrated isotope and bio-stratigraphic record of MIS 19

14-16 Pannello 77 Zanchetta G., Bini G., Isola I., Regattieri E. & Drysdale R.N. Climatic conditions from northern Tuscany during late Etruscan and Roman times as revealed by speleothems: insights into the Anthropocene.

14-17 Pannello 78 Babbi A., Guarino P.M. & Lucarini M. The Bisenzio Project: preliminary results of the first year research.

14-18 Pannello 79 Ruberti D. & Vigliotti M. How not to manage land: a case study from a reclaimed coastal area in Campania Region (southern Italy).

14-19 Pannello 80 Terenziani R., Torri P. & Mercuri A.M. The fire history in the northern and eastern Italy as a result of climate, vegetation and human impact: the case study of the marine core RF93-30.

14-20 Pannello 81 Zanchetta G., Regattieri E., Isola I., Drysdale R.N., Zanella E., Hellstrom J.C., Boschi C., Lanci L. & Magri F. Holocene climate variability from Rio Martino Cave (Western Alps, northern Italy).

14-21 Pannello 82 Filocamo F., Carlut J. & Dessales H. Preliminary results from the analyses of calcareous sinter deposits of the Serino Roman aqueduct (Campania region, Southern Italy): environmental implications.

14-22 Pannello 83 Guagliardi I., Buttafuoco G., Caloiero P., Caloiero T., Frustaci F. & Ricca N. Annual and seasonal rainfall trend analysis in Europe and in the Mediterranean area.

14-23 Pannello 84 Guagliardi I., Ricca N. & Buttafuoco G. Land use change in urban environments: a case study in southern Italy.

14-24 Pannello 85 Rellini I., Firpo M., Traverso A. & Isetti E. New geoarcheological investigations at Scaloria Cave: some preliminary results.

14-25 Pannello 86 Rellini I. & Traverso A. Micromorphology of two archeological site in the Liguria Region and their paleoclimatic implication.

14-26 Pannello 87 Di Vito M.A., Talamo P., Bonadonna C., de Vita S., Zanchetta G. & Vingiani S. The Pomici di Avellino Plinian eruption of Vesuvius: impact on Early and Middle Bronze Age human settlement in Campania (Southern Italy).

S15. Polar region on a changing planet: learning from the past, exploring the future

Conveners and Chairpersons Giorgio Budillon (Università di Napoli Parthenope), Caterina Morigi (Università di Pisa), Maria Cristina, Salvatore (Università di Pisa), Renata Giulia Lucchi (OGS Trieste), Manuel Bensi (OGS Trieste), Florence Colleoni (CMCC Bologna)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A33

15-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Baroni C. Cenozoic glacial variation and landscape evolution in Antarctica: new insights from the continental record.

15-2 16.00-16.15 Caricchi C., Sagnotti L., Macrì P., Lucchi R.G. & the scientific party of the project and cruise CORIBAR Reconstruction of geomagnetic paleosecular variation for the last 16k years, from the Kveithola trough mouth fans, on the continental margin of northwestern Barents Sea.

15-3 16.15-16.30 Rui L., Rebesco M., Caburlotto A., Casamor J.L., Lucchi R., Camerlenghi A., Urgeles R., Andreassen K., Hanebuth T., Ozmaral A. & Accettella D. Downslope and alongslope sedimentary processes on a high latitude continental margin: NW Barents Sea.

15-4 16.30-17.00 [KEYNOTE] Langone L. Long time-series of downward particle fluxes over Arctic and Antarctic continental margins.

15-5 17.00-17.15 Bergamasco A., Colizza E., DeSantis L., Accaino F., Black J., Boehm G., Cotterle D., Geletti R., Kim S.K., Landucci C., McKay R., Mezgec K., Olivo E., Petronio L., Torricella F., Iaiza A., Valle M.2 & Wardell N. Sediment, current and bottom morphology: the right partnership to understand present and past environment dynamics. The central-western Ross sea case.

15-6 17.15-17.30 Rivaro P.F. Variability in chemical properties and in ventilation of the Ross Sea (Antarctica) waters and links to climate change.

15-7 17.30-17.45 Colleoni F. Ice sheet evolutions: investigating the past to predict the future.

15-8 17.45-18.00 Pierini S., de Ruggiero P. & Sgubin G. Southern Ocean modelling and implications related to climate change.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

15-9 Pannello 88 Aulicino G., Fusco G. & Budillon G. The Antarctic paradox: sea ice extent and thickness trends during the last three decades.

15-10 Pannello 89 Baroni C., Gaeta M., Marmoni G.M., Martino S., Perinelli C., Salvatore M.C. & Scarascia Mugnozza G. Crustal heat transfer in the Antarctic glaciers: From 1D- to 2D-multiphysics numerical modelling.

15-11 Pannello 90 Carbonara K., Lucchi R.G., Melis R., Mezgec K., Morigi C., Musco M.E., Varagona G. & Villa G. Integrated sedimentology and micropaleontology for the study of the deglaciation post LGM in the south-western Svalbard slope (Arctic Ocean).

15-12 Pannello 91 Castagno P., Budillon G. & Spezie G. Interannual variability of the Ross Sea shelf waters and correlation with climate indices.

15-13 Pannello 92 Colizza E., Boehm G., Bosio G., Bussi M., Capotondi L., Caricchi C., Cotterle D., Finocchiaro F., Geletti R., Giglio F., Hong J.K., Khim B.K , Kim S.K., Kuhn G., Langone L., Lenaz D., Macrì P., Malinverno E., Mezgec K., Petronio L., Sagnotti L., Severi M., Traversi R. & ROSSLOPE team Past and present sedimentary dynamics in the Ross Sea: a multidisciplinary approach to study the continental slope.

15-14 Pannello 93 Corti G. & Zeoli A. Analogue modelling of the influence of ice shelf collapse on the flow of ice sheets grounded below sea-level.

15-15 Pannello 94 Cotroneo Y., Aulicino G., Budillon G., Fusco G. & Spezie G. Position of main ACC fronts south of New Zealand from satellite altimetry and XBT data in the period 1994-2015.

15-16 Pannello 95 Danesi S., Salimbeni S., Urbini S. & Pondrelli S. Seismic and satellite observations of calving activity at major glacier fronts in Greenland.

15-17 Pannello 96 Iaccarino S., Carosi R., Montomoli C., Massonne H.-J., Crispini L. & Capponi G. Tectono-metamorphic constraints on the evolution of an HT suture zone: insights from metasedimentary rocks of the Dessent Unit (northern Victoria Land, Antarctica).

15-18 Pannello 97 Lucchi R.G., Sagnotti L., Camerlenghi A., Macrì P., Rebesco M., Pedrosa M.T. & Giorgetti G. Marine sedimentary record of Meltwater Pulse 1a along the NW Barents Sea continental margin.

15-19 Pannello 98 Macrì P., Sagnotti L., Caricchi C. & Colizza E. Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic study of sedimentary cores from the continental slope of the Ross Sea (Antarctica).

15-20 Pannello 99 Musco M.E., Lucchi R.G., Giorgetti G. & Caburlotto A. Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction on an expanded sedimentary sequence collected on the North-western margin of the Barents Sea (Arctic): preliminary results from CORIBAR core GeoB17603-3.

15-21 Pannello 100 Petrini M., Kirchner N., Colleoni F., Camerlenghi A., Rebesco M., Lucchi R., Noormets R., Forte E. & Colucci R. Modeling the post-LGM deglaciation of the Scandinavian-Barents Sea Ice Sheet; a model intercomparison approach.

15-22 Pannello 101 Wadhams P., Aulicino G., Parmiggiani F. & Pignagnoli L. SAR ice thickness mapping in the Beaufort Sea using wave dispersion in pancake ice - a case study with intensive ground truth.

S16. Past climate change: from stratigraphic archives to interpretation

Conveners and Chairpersons Carlo Barbante (Università di Venezia Ca Foscari), Adele Bertini (Università di Firenze), Lucilla Capotondi (CNR-ISMAR Bologna), Valentino Di Donato (Università di Napoli Federico II), Mario Sprovieri (CNR IAMC Palermo)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A28

16-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Sluijs A., Cramwinckel M.J., Frieling J., Kocken I.J., Veenstra T.J.T., Van der Weijst C.M.H., Van der Ploeg R., Agnini C., Bijl P.K., Bohaty S.M., Huber M., Sangiorgi F., Schouten S., Sinninghe Damste J.S. & Peterse F. Cenozoic temperature and oceanographic evolution of the tropical Atlantic Ocean.

16-2 16.00-16.15 [KEYNOTE] Marino G. Probabilistic approaches for quantitative estimates of past climate change.

16-7 16.15-16.30 Leone G. Links between life and climate changes in the history of the Earth: synergy between planetary geology and terrestrial geology.

16-8 16.30-16.45 Kustatscher E., Bernardi M., Petti F.M., Franz M., van Konijnenburg-van Citterto J.H.A. & Kerp H. Lopingian (late Permian) terrestrial fossil record strongly biased by long term climatic conditions and sea-level changes.

16-21 16.45-17.00 Faucher G., Erba E. & Bottini C. Were ocean acidification and trace metal loading detrimental to calcareous nannoplankton calcification during the latest Cenomanian Oceanic Anoxic Event 2?

16-3 17.00-17.15 Batenburg S.J., Voigt S., Friedrich O., Klein T., Neu C., Osborne A. & Frank M. Evolution of deep water exchange in the Atlantic Ocean during the latest Cretaceous - early Paleogene.

16-6 17.15-17.30 Baldassini N., Lirer F., Foresi L.M., Alberico I., Sprovieri M. & Di Stefano A. Paleoclimatic changes at the Langhian Serravallian transition (middle Miocene) through integrated stratigraphic data (Site DSDP 372, Western Mediterranean).

16-5 17.30-17.45 Giaccio B., Regattieri E., Zanchetta G., Wagner B., Niespolo E., Nomade S., Pereira A., Renne P.R., Arienzo I., Albert P., Gaeta M., Galli P., Mannella G., Peronace E., Cavinato G.P., Messina P., Sposato A., Ariztegui D., Boschi C., Florindo F., Marra F., Neubauer T.A., Sadori L. & Tzedakis P.C. Towards a ~1.5 Ma-long record of the central Mediterranean climatic and explosive volcanism history: first results from a pilot drilling in the Fucino Basin, central Italy.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

16-4 Pannello 33 Bottini C. & Erba E. Mid-Cretaceous climatic fluctuations traced by calcareous nannofossils.

16-9 Pannello 34 Angiolini L., Crippa G., Garbelli C. & Ye F. Marine calcifier shells as archives to understand the Earth system in the geological past.

16-10 Pannello 35 Argiriadis E., Vecchiato M., Kirchgeorg T., Battistel D., McWethy D.B., Whitlock C.L., Kehrwald N.M. & Barbante C. Use of organic biomarkers for the Late Holocene reconstruction of fire and human presence in New Zealand.

16-11 Pannello 36 Balestrieri C., Ziveri P., Mortyn P.G., Fornaciari E. & Agnini C. Changes in the coccolith carbonate export during the last deglaciation at ODP Site 1089 (Southern Ocean).

16-12 Pannello 37 Batenburg S.J., De Vleeschouwer D., Sprovieri M., Hilgen F.J., Gale A. S., Singer B.S., Koeberl C., Coccioni R., Claeys P. & Montanari A. Orbital control on the timing of oceanic anoxia in the Late Cretaceous.

16-13 Pannello 38 Bertò M., Dreossi G., Gabrielli P., Barbante C., Gabrieli J., Spolaor A., Stenni B., Carturan L., Seppi R. & Zanoner T. Unearthing climatic conditions and human impacts in the Eastern European Alps from the Ortles ice core during the last millennia.

16-14 Pannello 39 Bertini A., Peyron O., Sadori L., Combourieu-Nebout N., Donders T.H., Goring S., Kouli K., Koutsodendris A., Joannin S., Masi A., Mercuri A.M., Panagiotopoulos K., Sinopoli G., Torri P. & Wagner B. Atmospheric response to Quaternary climate changes as detected by palynological studies at Lake Ohrid (Balkans).

16-15 Pannello 40 Cappelli C., Agnini C. & Yamamoto Y. Preliminary calcareous nannofossil results from IODP Site U1410 (NW Atlantic) across the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum.

16-16 Pannello 41 Citton P., Nicolosi I., Carluccio R. & Nicosia U. Following the giant: a Late Permian ichnology tale from the Bletterbach Gorge (Redagno, Italy).

16-17 Pannello 42 Conti J., Paparella I., Iurino D.A. & Sardella R. Using the CT-scan as a tool to recover information from traded fossils: an example on a plesiosaur skull.

16-18 Pannello 43 D'Onofrio R. & Luciani V. Evolution, decline in abundance and change in coiling direction of planktic foraminiferal Morozovella during the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum.

16-19 Pannello 44 D'Onofrio R., Luciani V. & Wade B. Was the permanent decline of Morozovella at the start of the Early Eocene Climatic Optimum caused by lost of photo-symbionts?

16-20 Pannello 45 Erba E. & Casellato C.E. Tempo and mode of calcareous nannoplankton evolution: the rise of highly-calcified nannoliths in the Tithonian.

16-22 Pannello 46 Giusberti L. & Mancin N. The large lituolid Navarella Ciry & Rat 1951: an upper Paleocene Lazarus occurrence?

16-23 Pannello 47 Kotsakis A. Cenozoic Small Mammals of Mediterranean Islands: Facts and Problems.

16-24 Pannello 48 Lupi C., Bordiga M., Sacchi R. & Cobianchi M. The Middle Pleistocene Transition in the NW Pacific (ODP site 1209): paleoceoanography reconstruction through a multidisciplinary approach.

16-25 Pannello 49 Mancin N. & Kaminski M.A. Systematic updates of the agglutinated foraminiferal genus Colominella Popescu, 1998: insights from sectioned specimens.

16-26 Pannello 50 Matsubara Pereira F., Callegaro A., Kirchgeorg T., Battistel D. & Barbante C. Tibetan Plateau lacustrine sediments as paleofire archives.

16-27 Pannello 51 Mezgec K., Colizza E., Capotondi L., Giglio F. , Khim B.K., Langone L., Prelz V. & Hong J.K The last glacial-interglacial transition in the joides basin and the connected slope-basin system (Western Ross Sea, Antarctica).

16-28 Pannello 52 Pandolfi L. Paleobiogeography and phylogeny of Rhinocerotini (Mammalia, Rhinocerotidae).

16-29 Pannello 53 Pirmez P. Quantification of sediment fluxes from source to sink during a glacial-interglacial cycle: The Brazos-Trinity depositional system in the Gulf of Mexico.

16-30 Pannello 54 Pondrelli M., Corradini C., Spalletta C., Suttner T.J., Schönlaub H.P., Pas D., Kido E., Corriga M.G., Mossoni A., Simonetto L., Pohler S., Perri M.C., Farabegoli E., Da Silva A.C. & Dojen C. Basin evolution in the Carnic Alps between the upper Lochkovian and the lower Famennian.

16-31 Pannello 55 Salvi G. & Colizza E. Ostracods as a possible lecture key to explicate past carbonate deposition phenomena in the Ross Sea-Antarctica.

16-32 Pannello 56 Tesi T., Muschitiello F., Smittenberg R.H., Jakobsson M., Vonk J.E., Hill P., Andersson A., Kirchner N., Noormets R., Dudarev O., Semiletov I. & Gustafsson Ö. Massive remobilization of permafrost carbon during post-glacial warming.

S17. Dynamics of carbonate systems: from facies analysis to global changes

Conveners and Chairpersons Marco Brandano (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Giovanna Dalla Porta (Università di Milano), Mariano, Parente (Università di Napoli Federico II), Nereo Preto (Università di Padova)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A35

17-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Gianolla P. Carbonate sequence stratigraphy: an intriguing challenge or an hazardous tool?

17-2 16.00-16.15 Berra F., Carminati E., Jadoul F. & Binda M. Role of compaction-induced subsidence on the creation of accommodation space at the top of a prograding carbonate platform: constraints from numerical modelling (Esino Limestone, Triassic, Southern Alps, Italy).

17-3 16.15-16.30 Tessarollo A. & Berra F. The inception stage of a high relief carbonate platform (Esino Limestone, Southern Alps of Italy): facies, architecture and depositional processes.

17-4 16.30-16.45 Todaro S., Hollis C., Zarcone G. & Di Stefano P. Stratabound porosity in peritidal carbonates: an interplay between bioturbation, relative sea-level fluctuations and mixing-water dissolution.

17-5 16.45-17.00 Basilone L., Sulli A. & Gasparo Morticelli M. Seismically-induced soft-sediment deformation structures in Upper Triassic deepwater carbonates (Central Sicily).

17-6 17.00-17.15 Vinci F., Iannace A. & Parente M. Dolomitization intensity and paleoclimatic fluctuations: insights from Mesozoic Periadriatic platform carbonates.

17-7 17.15-17.30 Franceschi M., Dal Corso J., Preto N., Roghi G., Cobianchi M., Penasa G. & Picotti V. Effects of the S-P Event (Sinemurian-Pliensbachian, Early Jurassic) on the Trento Platform: evidences from the Lombardian basin and similarities with the Carnian Pluvial Event (Upper Triassic).

17-8 17.30-17.45 Cornacchia I., Brandano M., Raffi I., Tomassetti L. & Agostini S. How the "Monterey Event" controlled carbonate platforms evolution: the central Mediterranean case history.

17-9 17.45-18.00 Palmiotto C., Corda L. & Bonatti B. Cyclic Life of Shallow-Water Carbonate Platforms along Oceanic Fracture Zones.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

17-10 Pannello 57 Cipriani A., Paparella I., Roncacè S., Citton P., Palci A., Romano M., Nicosia U. & Caldwell M.W. New insights on the sedimentological and biostratigraphic record of the Upper Cretaceous of the Salento Peninsula (Apulia, Southern Italy): collecting data from an abandoned quarry near Manduria.

17-11 Pannello 58 Della Porta G., Reitner J., Capezzuoli E. & Reimer A. Carbonate precipitation associated with benthic microbial communities in active thermogene travertine systems from Central Italy.

17-12 Pannello 59 Marchionda E., Deschamps R., Nader F.H., Ceriani A. , Di Giulio A. & Morad D.J. 3D stratigraphic forward modelling of the Upper Jurassic Arab Formation: a onshore Abu Dhabi (UAE) case of study.

17-13 Pannello 60 Preto N., Klügel A., Himmler T. & Franceschi M. Origin of facies zonation along the slope of the Middle Triassic Latemar carbonate platform (Dolomites, Italy): clues from trace element and stable isotope geochemistry.

17-14 Pannello 61 Randazzo V., Todaro S., Rigo M., Zarcone G. & Di Stefano P. Sedimentology and biostratigraphy of a peritidal succession across the Triassic/Jurassic boundary: Monte Sparagio, north western Sicily.

17-15 Pannello 62 Ruberti D., Hooshmand Koochi H., Carannante G. & Simone L. The response of mid-Cretaceous shallow water carbonate factories to the climatic/oceanographic events: case study from central-southern Apennines (Italy).

17-16 Pannello 63 Tomassetti L., Brandano M., Sardella R. & Tinelli C. Decline of trophic conditions and vertebrate bones accumulation in a carbonate ramp environment in the Tortonian-lower Messinian of the Majella Mountain (Central Apennines, Italy).

S18. New challenges in Petroleum Geology

Conveners and Chairpersons Fabrizio Agosta (Università della Basilicata), Sara Civello (Total E&P Italia), Francesco Federici (Edison Spa), Stefano Tavani (Università di Napoli Federico II), Emanuele Tondi (Università di Camerino), Pierluigi Vecchia (Petroceltic Italia), Valentina Zampetti (Shell Holland)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula 35

18-1 08.30-08.45 [KEYNOTE] Calabrò R. & Perotti C.R. Hydrocarbon fields and Plate Tectonics: the example of Mesopotamian Petroleum System.

18-2 08.45-09.00 Barredo S. & Stinco L. Geodynamic and tectonic modeling of the basins with unconventional shale reservoirs of Argentina.

18-3 09.00-09.15 Pinter P.R., Butler R.W.H., Hartley A.J. & Maniscalco R. Deep-water sandstones in tectonically complex systems: the Numidian of Sicily as an example.

18-4 09.15-09.30 Cotti A., Dall'Igna M., Federici F. & Marchese M. Sequence-stratigraphic approach to turbiditic systems through spectral decomposition of seismic data: a case study from offshore Falkland Islands.

18-5 09.30-09.45 Cruciani F., Barchi M.R., Carboni F. & Porreca M. Kinematic evolution of a giant-scale, gravity driven deep-water fold and thrust belt: the Lamu Basin case history (East Africa).

18-6 09.45-10.15 [KEYNOTE] Moretti I. The role of geoscientists in the new world of energy.

18-7 10.15-10.30 Samperi L., Omosanya K.O., Minelli G. & Johansen S.E. Seismic interpretation and hydrocarbon prospectivity along the Veslemøy High, SW Barents Sea.

18-8 10.30-10.45 Maestrelli D., Iacopini D., Jihad A., Bond C. & Bonini M. Seismic characterization of fluid escape pipes from the Loyal Field (Scotland, UK) using high resolution 4D seismic surveys.

18-9 10.45-11.00 Iacopini D., Alvarenga R.S., Kuchle J., Scherer C., Goldberg K. & Kneller B. Challenges in the seismic characterization of the sub-salt Cretaceous Offshore Rift Section of the Campos Basin, Offshore Brazil.

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula 35

18-10 15.30-15.45 Costanzo A., Feely M. & Hunt J. The Application of Fluid Inclusion Studies to the Investigation of Aqueous and Hydrocarbon Fluid Dynamics in Oil Prospective Basins.

18-11 15.45-16.00 Schito A., Corrado S., Romano C., Guedes A. & Grigo D. Raman spectroscopy: an insight into the chemical short range order of kerogen for the assessment of thermal maturity.

18-12 16.00-16.15 Shiner P. & Turrini C. The tectono-stratigraphic context of carbonate petroleum systems in the Adriatic.

18-13 16.15-16.30 Korneva I., Rotevatn A., Bastesen E., Corlett H., Eker A., Hirani J., Hollis C., Gawthorpe R.L.& Taylor R. Hydrothermal dolomites in carbonate-dominated rifts: spatial and temporal distribution, petrophysical properties and fracture intensity (Hammam Faraun Fault Block, Suez Rift, Egypt).

18-14 16.30-16.45 Zambrano M., Tondi E., Mancini L., Trias F.X., Arzilli F. & Lanzafame G. Quantitative Analysis of Pore-Network and Permeability Estimation in Deformed Porous Carbonate Grainstones.

18-15 16.45-17.15  [KEYNOTE] Mutti M. Heterogeneities in carbonate settings across scales.

18-16 17.15-17.30 Perri E., Tucker M.E. & Słowakiewicz M. Microbial mats and microbialites: mineral precipitates and source-rock potential (Mesaieed Sabkha, Qatar).

18-17 17.30-17.45 Lipparini L., Trippetta F., Ruggieri R., Brandano M. & Romi A. Densely spaced historic drilling data & modern 3D reservoir modelling of a carbonate oil field (Maiella Mountain, Central Italy); heavy oil distribution and its controlling factors.

18-18 17.45-18.00 Volatili T., Zambrano M., Cilona A., Huisman B.A.H., Tondi E. & Giorgioni M. From fracture analysis to flow simulations of fractured carbonates: the case study of Roman Valley Quarry.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

18-19 Pannello 69 Balsamo F., Clemenzi L., Storti F., Solum J. & Taberner C. Scaling relationships between vein attributes in fault damage zones and fault displacement: example from layered carbonates in the Jabal Qusaybah anticline, North Oman.

18-20 Pannello 70 Calabrò R. & Casertano A. The European Shale Gas between perspective and failure.

18-21 Pannello 71 Colucci F., Moia F., Guandalini R., Agate G., Pagotto R. & Crosta G. Geological and numerical modeling to support the production and storage of natural gas.

18-22 Pannello 72 Cucuzza P., Bigi S. & Macelloni L. Tectono-stratigraphic seismic interpretation of a 3D seismic volume of the Mississippi Canyon Lease Block 118 (Northern Gulf of Mexico).

18-23 Pannello 73 D'Intino N., Di Matteo A., Scisciani V. & Esestime P. Modes of fault growth and propagation in a multi-reactivated extensional basin: a case study from the Stord Basin (North Sea - Norway).

18-24 Pannello 74 Di Manna P., D'Ambrogi C. & Ferri F. The Servizio Geologico d'Italia contribution to the European strategy on GeoEnergy.

18-25 Pannello 75 Di Michele P., Rusciadelli G., Ricci C., Carras N. & Cestari R. The Upper Barremian-Lower Aptian platform to basin system of the Parnassus Mountain (External Hellenides, Greece): Depositional facies model and evolution of a Lower Cretaceous Urgonian-type carbonate platform.

18-26 Pannello 76 Ferraro F., Grieco D. S., Agosta F. & Prosser G. Time-space evolution of effective porosity in carbonate fault rocks.

18-27 Pannello 77 Jablonská D., Di Celma C., Tondi E. & Alsop G.I. Internal architecture and processes associated with mass-transport deposits in basinal carbonates, Southern Italy.

18-28 Pannello 78 Jablonská D., Tondi E. & Di Celma C. Large extensional fissure fills within basinal carbonates, Southern Italy.

18-29 Pannello 79 La Bruna V., Agosta F., Tondi E. & Prosser G. Background and Fault-Related Fracture Networks in the Mesozoic Carbonates of Monte Alpi, Basilicata, Italy.

18-30 Pannello 80 Lentini F. & Carbone S. The External Thrust System in Western Sicily.

18-31 Pannello 81 Maggi M., Cianfarra P. & Salvini F. Inferring geometry and distribution of lamination-controlled fractures in microbialites.

18-32 Pannello 82 Mascolo V., Rusciadelli G. & Lecomte I. Synthetic seismic modelling of a base-of-slope carbonate system of the Maiella Mt. (Central Italy): new insights for constraining reservoir geometries from outcrop analogues.

18-33 Pannello 83 Napoli G., Parrino N., Agosta F. & Renda P. Structural architecture and Discrete Fracture Network modelling of sheared Neptunian dikes in tight carbonates, a case study from western Sicily.

18-34 Pannello 84 Panza E., Agosta F., Dobbs M., Ougier-Simonin A., Rustichelli A. & Vinciguerra S. Microstructural and petrophysical analyses of fractured platform limestones, Altamura Formation, Italy.

18-35 Pannello 85 Panza E., Sessa E., Agosta F. & Giorgioni M. DFN modelling of a hydrocarbon-bearing, oblique-slip, extensional fault zone exposed along the northern flank of the Maiella Mt., Abruzzo, Italy.

18-36 Pannello 86 Perri E., Słowakiewicz M. & Tucker M.E. Study of micro- and nanopores in tight carbonates (Zechstein 2, Southern Permian Basin, NW Europe).

18-37 Pannello 87 Rustichelli A., Torrieri S., Tondi E., Laurita S., Strauss C., Agosta F. & Balsamo F. Fracture characteristics in Cretaceous platform and overlying ramp carbonates: an outcrop study from Maiella Mountain (central Italy).

18-38 Pannello 88 Rustichelli A., Iannace A., Tondi E., Di Celma C., Cilona A., Giorgioni M., Parente M. & Girundo M. Fault-controlled dolomite bodies as geofluid reservoirs and paleotectonic indicators: new insights from Gargano Promontory outcrops.

18-39 Pannello 89 Saglietti L., Orsatti S., Bellentani G., Godi A., Peter C., Giani G., Rocca V. & Giani G.P. Mechanical characterization of gas bearing turbidite sands by CIU/CID triaxial tests in Hoek cell for subsidence effects evaluation.

18-40 Pannello 90 Scuderi M.M. & Collettini C. Permeability enhancement due to fluid overpressure during fault creep: insights from rock deformation experiments on carbonates.

S19. Basin analysis: qualitative and quantitative approaches from paleoenvironmental reconstructions to burial history

Conveners and Chairpersons Fabrizio Berra (Università di Milano), Eugenio Carminati (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Simonetta Cirilli (Università di Perugia), Eduardo Garzanti (Università di Milano-Bicocca), Salvatore Giammetti (ENI), Sergio Longhitano (Università della Basilicata), Massimiliano Zattin (Università di Padova)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A35

19-1 08.30-08.45 [KEYNOTE] Grigo D. Quantitative Geology and Basin Analysis in the last 30 years.

19-2 08.45-09.00 Corrado S., Schito A., Aldega L. & Grigo D. A quantitative multi-method approach to assess thermal evolution of the Lower Congo Basin (Angola).

19-3 09.00-09.15 Carminati E., Aldega L., Bigi S., Trippetta F. & Corrado S. Thermal constraints to the tectonic evolution of the SW Zagros (Fars province) along a 250 km transect from internal to external zones.

19-4 09.15-09.30 Basilone L., Frixa A., Trincianti E. & Valenti V. Multidisciplinary approach for outcropping and subsurface Permian Cenozoic deepwater carbonates (Central Sicily): outcome for paleogeography of the Southern Tethyan continental margin.

19-5 09.30-09.45 Cipriani A., Citton P., Fabbi S. & Romano M. Evidence for Early Cretaceous syn-sedimentary tectonics in the Umbria Marche Basin (Northern Apennines, Italy).

19-6 09.45-10.00 D'Ambrogi C., Maesano F.E. & Ferri F. Geological 3D modelling and quantitative Basin Analysis. Workflow, methods and results in the central Po Basin.

19-7 10.00-10.15 Amadori C., Garcia-Castellanos D., Fantoni R., Di Giulio A. & Toscani G. Unraveling the coast line in the Po Plain Northern Adriatic region during the late Messinian sea level drop.

19-8 10.15-10.30 Mancini M., Moscatelli M., Stigliano F., Cavinato G.P., Marini M., Milli S., Simionato M., Cosentino G. & Polpetta F. Middle Pleistocene fluvial incised valleys from the subsoil of the centre of Rome: facies, stacking pattern and controls on sedimentation.

19-9 10.30-10.45 Mueller P., Di Giulio A. & Patacci M. Determining reservoir heterogeneities in turbidite fans by integrated sedimentological and stochastic analyses - a comprehensive study of the Bordighera deep-sea-fan.

19-10 10.45-11.00 Di Achille G. Martian fluvio-lacustrine deposits: 2D and 3D sedimentary modeling and implications for the climate and the astrobiological potential of the planet.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

19-11 Pannello 102 Aldega L., Carminati E., Scharf A. & Mattern F. Thermal and structural imprint of the Cretaceous ophiolite obduction in Oman.

19-12 Pannello 103 Amadori C., Ghielmi M., Fantoni R., Di Giulio A., Toscani G. & Mancin N. High-resolution Plio-Pleistocene chronostratigraphy of the Friulian-Venetian basin by seismic and well-log correlations.

19-13 Pannello 104 Balestra M., Martizzi P., Corrado S., Aldega L., Gasparo Morticelli M., Sulli A. & Interbartolo F. Burial and thermal evolution of the Sicilian fold-and-thrust belt: preliminary results from the Scillato wedge top basin (central-northern Sicily, Italy).

19-14 Pannello 105 Basilone L., Sulli A. & Gasparo Morticelli M. A Jurassic-Cretaceous intraplatform basin in the Panormide Southern Tethyan margin (NW Sicily, Italy), reaveled by integrating facies and structural analyses with subsidence history.

19-15 Pannello 106 Capezzuoli E., Salamone G., Kele S., Mirabella F., Cirilli S. & Frixa A. Characterization and palaeoenvironmental reconstruction of geothermally-controlled microbial carbonates in a tufa system (Triponzo, Central Italy).

19-16 Pannello 107 Cerone D., Gallicchio S., Moretti M. & Tinterri R. Contained-reflected turbidites and Slurry Beds in the Tufiti di Tusa Formation. Examples from Lucanian Apennines (Southern Italy) and their significance.

19-17 Pannello 108 Cipriani A., Cannata D. & Santantonio M. The Terni "corridor": new stratigraphic constraints for the reconstruction of the Jurassic paleogeography of Central Apennines.

19-18 Pannello 109 Cipriani M., Costanzo A., Dominici R., Cianflone G. & Feely M. The Evaporite Deposits from the Catanzaro Trough, Calabria, South Italy: results of a study of fluid inclusions and, organic and inorganic inclusions hosted by gypsum.

19-19 Pannello 110 Cipriani M., Costanzo A., Dominici R., Cianflone G. & Feely M. Preliminary study of Halite-hosted Fluid Inclusions from the Evaporite Deposits of the Crotone Basin, Calabria, Southern Italy.

19-20 Pannello 111 Di Achille G. Lake General Carrera/Buenos Aires, Chile/Argentina, as terrestrial analog for martian short-lived lakes.

19-21 Pannello 112 Fabbi S., Santantonio M., Pichezzi R.M. & Rossi M. Upper Miocene/?Pliocene photic-zone carbonate/siliciclastic facies in the Northern Simbruini Mts. (Abruzzo-Central Apennines).

19-22 Pannello 113 Morrone C. & Marsaglia K.M. Preliminary study of provenance and roundness of volcaniclastic beach sand from Panarea and Stromboli islands (Aeolian Archipelago, Tyrrhenian sea).

19-23 Pannello 114 Pinter P.R., Butler R.W.H., Hartley A.J. & Maniscalco R. Why is the Numidian a confined turbidite system?

19-24 Pannello 115 Shelukhina O., El-Ghali M.A.K., Ahmed I. & Sankaran R. Depositional evolution and diagenetic process of Barik reservoirs (Mahatta Humid area outcrops, Oman).

19-25 Pannello 116 Telesca D., Longhitano S.G., Pistis M., Tropeano M. & Sabato L. Tidal sedimentation recorded in volcanoclastic deposits filling a peripheral seaway embayment (early Miocene, Sardinian Graben System).

19-26 Pannello 117 Vacca C., Mao L., Dominici R. & Carrillo R. Sensitivity analysis of the parameters of the Erosion Potential Method: the case of the Estero Morales, Chile.

19-27 Pannello 118 Valente A. & Cavuoto G. Serravallian-Tortonian transition in the Cilento basin: multhiphase sliding events as sedimentary expression of regional tectonic events during late Miocene.

S20. Evolution of continental margins and associated basins: insights into stratigraphy, tectonics and volcanism

Conveners and Chairpersons Marco Bonini (CNR-IGG Firenze), Emanuele Lodolo (OGS Trieste), Alfonsa Milia (CNR-IAMC Napoli), Marco Sacchi (CNR-IAMC Napoli), Vera Valenti (Università di Palermo)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A35

20-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Manatschal G., Tugend J., Gillard M., Decarlis A., Haupert I., Chenin P., Nirrengarten M., Epin M.E. & Lescoutres R. Up- and down-scaling field and seismic observations to test models of rifted margins formation.

20-2 16.00-16.30 [KEYNOTE] Ligi M. & Bonatti E. Nature of crust in the northern Red Sea.

20-3 16.30-16.45 Schettino A., Macchiavelli C., Pierantoni P.P., Zanoni D. & Rasul N. Plate motions around the Red Sea since the Early Oligocene.

20-4 16.45-17.00 Sani F., Ghinassi M., Papini M. & Oms O. The evolution of the Buia basin (Eritrea): inferences on the northern tip of Afar triangle.

20-5 17.00-17.15 Molin P. & Corti G. Topography, river network and recent fault activity at the margins of the Central Main Ethiopian Rift (East Africa).

20-6 17.15-17.30 Olivetti V., Rossetti F., Balestrieri M.L., Pace D., Talarico F., Cornamusini G., Agostini S. & Smellie J. Contrasting exhumation and deformation style along a rift shoulder: insights from the Transantarctic Mountains.

20-7 17.30-17.45 Tavani S., Bertok C., Corradetti A., Granado P. & Vigna B. A Pyrenean mid-Cretaceous extensional fault system in the Briançonnais Domain of the Alps: implications for the eastern termination of the segmented Bay of Biscay- Pyrenean rift system.

20-8 17.45-18.00 Milia A., Torrente M.M. & Iannace P. Interaction between volcanism and extensional faulting in the Campania continental margin.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

20-9 Pannello 119 Casacci M., Algeo T.J., Bertinelli A., Rigo M. & Gianolla P. Hydrothermal influences in the Late Triassic Lagonegro Basin (southern Italy): evidence of contemporaneous mid-ocean-ridge spreading in the western Tethys.

20-10 Pannello 120 Di Rosa M. & Marroni M. Geological mapping and structural setting of the Corte Slices (Alpine Corsica, France).

20-11 Pannello 121 Incerpi N., Martire L., Manatschal G., Bernasconi S., Czuppon G. & Gerdes A. Evidence of hydrothermal fluid flow in the Adriatic continental rifted margins.

20-12 Pannello 122 Lloret J., Ronchi A., López-Gómez J., De la Horra R., Barrenechea J. & Arche A. Stratigraphic and sedimentary evolution of the Upper Carboniferous-Middle Triassic Malpàs-Sort Basin (central Pyrenees): a facies analysis approach to the paleogeographic reconstruction.

20-13 Pannello 123 Meccariello M., Ferranti L. & Pepe F. The NW Sicily Channel: space-time migration of the orogenic front.

20-14 Pannello 124 Pepe F., Nicolich R., Barreca G., Bertotti G., Corradino M., Ferranti L. & Monaco C. Plio-Quaternary tectono stratigraphic evolution of the Paola fore-arc basin (western Calabria continental margin): Insight from high-resolution seismic reflection data.

20-15 Pannello 125 Pierantoni P.P., Schettino A. & Rasul N. Rifting kinematics along the Arabian Margin, Red Sea.

20-16 Pannello 126 Pierantoni P.P., Schettino A., Zanoni D. & Rasul N. Post-rift compression along the Red Sea margin of Arabia.

20-17 Pannello 127 Schettino A., Ranalli G. & Fierro E. A geodynamic model for fast sea floor spreading episodes in the Red Sea.

20-18 Pannello 128 Scisciani V., D'Intino N., Di Matteo A., Di Domenica A. & Esestime P. Unravelling the evolution of a rift margin affected by non-coaxial phases of extension: a case study from the Utsira High and Stord Basin (North Sea - Norway).

S21. The International Map Year: new technologies, perspectives and outlook of geological mapping and outcrop visualization

Conveners and Chairpersons Chiara D'Ambrogi (Servizio Geologico d'Italia - ISPRA), Stefano Catalano (Università di Catania), Michele Zucali (Università di Milano), Amerigo Corradetti (Università di Napoli Federico II)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Piovani

21-1 15.30-15.45 Tangari A.C., Pompilio L., Marinangeli L., Piluso E. & Scarciglia F. Multi-Spectral Mapping of Martian soils and Terrestrial analogues.

21-2 15.45-16.00 Pondrelli M., Rossi A.P., Marinangeli L. & Le Deit L. Extraterrestrial geological maps: examples from sedimentary units on Mars.

21-3 16.00-16.15 Cipriani A. & Santantonio M. The Mesozoic of the southern Amerini Mts. (Central Apennines, Italy): new insights from field-mapping and facies analysis.

21-4 16.15-16.30 Alberelli G., Corti L., Zanoni D. & Zucali M. Degree of fabric evolution and metamorphic transformation in metamorphic basements: the map of Lago della Vecchia - Valle d'Irogna area, Sesia Lanzo Zone, Western Alps.

21-5 16.30-16.45 Fabbi S., Romano M., Citton P. & Cipriani A. Digital modelling and visualization of three-dimensional sedimentary geometries: the Gorgo a Cerbara palaeoescarpment (Monte Nerone, Umbria-Marche Apennine).

21-6 16.45-17.00 Lanucara S., Carrara P., Oggioni A. & Modica G. Interoperable sharing and visualization of geological data and instruments: preliminary results.

21-7 17.00-17.15 Liberi F., Di Naccio D., Famiani D., De Sanctis A., Boncio P. & Milana G. GIS-aided detailed geological mapping for local seismic hazard studies: the Avezzano town (Fucino basin, Italy).

21-8 17.15-17.30 Romagnoli G., Pavano F., Tortorici G. & Catalano S. The geological mapping as a tool for the seismic microzonation: the case of the urban area of Catania (eastern Sicily).

21-9 17.30-17.45 Stigliano F., Razzano R., Cosentino G., Pennica F., Simionato M., Mancini M., Moscatelli M., Pagliaroli A., Giallini S., Sirianni P. & Cavinato G.P. 3D geological model of Central Archaeological Area of Rome for seismic hazard assessment.

21-10 17.45-18.00 Piana F., Fioraso G., Irace A., Mosca P., Falletti P., d'Atri A., Barale L., Monegato G., Morelli M., Tallone S. & Vigna G.B. Concepts and methods for the classification of the geological units of the "GeoPiemonte Map" at the 1:250.000 scale.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

21-11 Pannello 64 Ambrosi C., Bernoulli D., Scapozza C., Schenker F. & Dall'Agnolo S. The new geological map of the area between Mendrisio (Switzerland), Como and Varese: 300 million years of geological history.

21-12 Pannello 65 Battaglini L., D'Angelo S., Fiorentino A., Muraro C., Papasodaro F. & Vita L. EMODnet Geology: a European Project of harmonized digital cartography of submerged areas.

21-13 Pannello 66 Cardinale M., Pozzobon R., Marinangeli L. & Okubo C.H. Continuous monitoring Aeolian activity in Herschel Crater, Mars.

21-14 Pannello 67 Caso I., Palma B., Parise M. & Ruocco A. Application of the Matheson test implemented in a GIS environment: the Ventotene case study (Latium, Italy).

21-15 Pannello 68 Cirrincione R., Critelli S., Fiannacca P., Muto F., Ortolano G., Pagano M. & Tripodi V. Geo-petrological mapping of granitoid rocks along the Molochio-Antonimina tectonic alignment (southern Calabria) via Kriging interpolation technique.

21-16 Pannello 69 D'Ambrogi C., Maesano F.E., Ferri F. & Congi M.P. A gateway to the subsurface: 3D geological models and derived maps through internet.

21-17 Pannello 70 Da Mommio A., Zanchetta S., Poli S. & Zanchi A. Nappe stacking and metamorphic evolution in the Western Tauern Window.

21-18 Pannello 71 Di Achille G. & Hynek B.M. Geologic map of the Meridiani region of Mars.

21-19 Pannello 72 Galluzzi V., Guzzetta L., Mancinelli P., Giacomini L., Wright J., Mosca A., Ferranti L., Massironi M., Palumbo P., Pauselli C. & Rothery D. A. Current status of 1:3M geologic mapping of Mercury.

21-20 Pannello 73 Gasparo Morticelli M., Avellone G., Sulli A., Agate M., Basilone L., Catalano R. & Pierini S. Geology of the Kumeta Pizzuta ridges (NW Sicily).

21-21 Pannello 74 Giulivo I., Monti L., Putignano M.L., Aiello F., Budillon F., Conforti A., D'Argenio B., Donadio C., Marsella E., Pelosi N., Tonielli R. & Toccaceli R.M. CARG Project: land-sea geological cartography of the Campania Region coastal sectors.

21-22 Pannello 75 Guzzetta L., Galluzzi V., Ferranti L. & Palumbo P. Geologic map of the Shakespeare Quadrangle (H03) of Mercury.

21-23 Pannello 76 Marinangeli L., Hargitai H., Gede M., Zimbelman J., Kőszeghy Cs., Sirály D., Barata T., López I., Szakács A.,
Dębniak K. & Feuillet T. Multilingual planetary maps for children: a visual-scientific experiment.

21-24 Pannello 77 Mosca P., Piana F., Fioraso G., Irace A., Falletti P., d'Atri A., Barale L., Monegato G., Morelli M., Tallone S. &
Vigna G.B. Correlation of meta-sedimentary and sedimentary successions for the implementation of the "GeoPiemonte Map" at the 1:250.000 scale.

21-25 Pannello 78 Pieruccioni D., Bigio T., Tufarolo E., Massa G., Bonciani F. & Ryazi Khyabani F. Remote sensing technologies and GIS 3D applications for geological and geomorphological cartography realization and improvement.

21-26 Pannello 79 Pieruccioni D., Funedda A., Carmignani L. & Ryazi Khyabani F. Development of a thermal conductivity map to identify areas potentially prepared for installation of geothermal heat pump systems. The case study of Sardinia (Italy).

21-27 Pannello 80 Romagnoli G., Catalano S., Pavano F., Tortorici G. & Torrisi S. Geological map of the Centuripe-Mt. Judica region: a picture of the external orogenic domains in eastern Sicily.

21-28 Pannello 81 Skrame K. & Di Filippo M. Shaded bedrock topography map of Leonessa Plain.

21-29 Pannello 82 Skrame K., Di Nezza M. & Di Filippo M. New bedrock surface topography map of the Rieti Plain.

21-30 Pannello 83 Torrisi A. The Geoportal of the Sicily Regional Civil Protection Department: a precious tool for the managing of the territory.

21-31 Pannello 84 Zucali M., Gosso G., Spalla M.I., Zanoni D. & Tarallo M. Mapping the rock matrix: formation and evolution of polyphase metamorphic basements.

S22. Morphodynamic processes at the seabed and in the Plio-Quaternary stratigraphic record of continental margins: georesources and potential geohazards

Conveners and Chairpersons Francesca Budillon (CNR-IAMC Napoli), Silvia Ceramicola (OGS Trieste), Francesco L. Chiocci (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Maria Rosaria Senatore (Università del Sannio), Fabiano Gamberi (CNR-ISMAR Bologna), Attilio Sulli (Università di Palermo)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A28

22-1 18.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Gorini C., d'Acremont E., Lafosse M., Rabaute A., Ercilla G., Belén A., Ammar A., Ceramicola S., Estrada F., Galingo J., Le Roy P., Mercier de Lépinay B., El Moumni B., Poort J.1 & Vazquez J.-T. Offshore active fault system and sedimentation in the Al Hoceima region from new high-resolution bathymetric and seismic reflection data.

22-2 09.00-09.15 Distefano S., Baldassini N., Barreca G., Maniscalco R., Monaco C. & Di Stefano A. Onshore to offshore stratigraphic structural correlation in the north-eastern Lampedusa area (Sicily Channel, Mediterranean sea).

22-3 09.15-09.30 Misuraca M., Cosentino D., Di Fiore V. & Ferraro L. Post-orogenic evolution of the central Tyrrhenian margin: insights from high penetration and high resolution seismic reflection profiles.

22-4 09.30-09.45 Ventura G., Passaro S., Tamburrino S., Vallefuoco M., Tassi F., Vaselli O., Giannini L., Chiodini G., Caliro S., Sacchi M. & Rizzo A. Seabed morphology, sub-seabed structure, and deformation mechanism of an active degassing field (Gulf of Naples, Italy).

22-5 09.45-10.00 Rashed H., Rovere M., Pecchioni E., Gamberi F. & Vaselli O. Mineralogical and geochemical characterization of marine sediments from the mud diapir province of the Paola Basin (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea).

22-6 10.00-10.15 Ceramicola S., Candoni O., Praeg D., Zecchin M., Forlin E., Cova A., Muto F. & Critelli S. Morphodynamic processes and marine geohazards assessment in the Ionian Calabrian continental margin.

22-7 10.15-10.30 Lucchi R.G., Pedrosa M.T., Camerlenghi A., Urgeles R., De Mol B. & Rebesco M. Recent submarine landslides on the continental slope of Storfjorden and Kveithola Trough-Mouth Fans (north west Barents Sea).

22-8 10.30-10.45 Orrù P.E., Deiana G., Lecca L., Meleddu A. & Panizza V. Gravitational processes of Last Glacial Maximun palaeo shoreline in the Sardinian Continental Margin.

22-9 10.45-11.00 Agate M., Sprovieri M., Passaro S., Tamburrino S., Sulli A., Vallefuoco M., Giaramita L., Placenti F., Polizzi S., Lo Iacono C. & Incarbona A. Eustatic and oceanographic control on sedimentary evolution of middle-late Quaternary shelf margin-to-upper slope deposits on the Egadi Islands offshore (Italy).

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A28

22-10 15.30-15.45 Lo Iacono C., Gales J., Aslam T., Hall R., Guerrero Q., Carter G., Robert K., Guillen J., Le Bas T., Wynn R. & Huvenne V. Upslope vs downslope asymmetric bedforms evidence complex oceanographic patterns at the head of a submarine canyon.

22-11 15.45-16.00 Di Blasi. F & Gamberi F. Allogenic vs. autogenic controls on turbidite systems erosional behaviour: an example from the Capo Ferrata turbidite system (Eastern Sardinian Margin).

22-12 16.00-16.15 Longhitano S.G. Sedimentology of supercritical-flow features preserved in the lower Pleistocene deltaic succession of the Messina Strait (Calabria, Italy).

22-13 16.15-16.30 Casalbore D., Ridente D., Bosman A. & Chiocci F.L. Erosive and depositional processes on shelf prodeltaic deposits linked to a "Fiumara" river in the Gulf of Patti (NE Sicilian margin).

22-15 16.45-17.00 Conforti A., De Falco G., Batenburg S.J., Bosman A., Budillon F., Hatsukano K., Simeone S., Voigt S. & Bahr A. Evolution of the coastal barrier-lagoon system offshore Cabo-Frio - Rio de Campos (E-Brazil) during the late Quaternary transgression.

22-14 16.30-16.45 Budillon F., Amodio S., Conforti A., De Falco G., Di Martino G., Innangi S., Tonielli R., Donati A. & Lubritto C. Comparing present-day and relict coastal wedges along the continental margin off Campania; geographical exposure and geological setting.

22-16 17.00-17.15 Martorelli E., Bosman A., Casalbore D. & Falcini F. Upper Pleistocene contourite deposits off the Capo Vaticano margin (southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy): interplay between down-slope and along-slope sedimentary processes.

22-17 17.15-17.30 Casalbore D., Bosman A., Romagnoli C. & Chiocci F.L. Seafloor waveforms in submarine volcanic setting as proxy of active sedimentary dynamics.

22-18 17.30-17.45 Savini A., Verdicchio G., Marchese F., Vertino A., Bistacchi A. & Corselli C. Geomorphic and tectonic control on the distribution of coral-topped mounds in the northern Ionian margin (eastern Mediterranean Sea).

22-19 17.45-18.00 Ingrassia M., Argenti L., Martorelli E. & Chiocci F.L. Fine-scale distribution of coralligenous and maërl habitats off the western Pontine Archipelago (central-Tyrrhenian Sea).


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

22-20 Pannello 91 Albanese C. & Sulli A. Seismotectonics and seismostratigraphy of the northern Sicily-southern Tyrrhenian seismogenic belt: new constraints for seismic hazard assessment.

22-21 Pannello 92 Albano L., Budillon F., Sulli A. & Lirer F. Identification of diachronic erosional surfaces related to the Middle - Late Pleistocene glacioeustatic fluctuation to time-constrain volcanoclastic and geological events in the Campania-Latium offshore. Interaction between tectonics, volcanism and eustatic variation.

22-22 Pannello 93 Budillon F., Cesarano M., Insinga D.D. & Pappone G. Activation versus de-activation of a Pleistocene turbidite system in response to major volcanic events: the example of the Dohrn canyon-fan system in the continental slope off the Campania region (Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy).

22-23 Pannello 94 Di Fiore V., Tarallo D., Punzo M., Cavuoto G., Aiello G., Alberico I., Angelino A., Evangelista L., Giordano L. & Marsella E. 3D Tsunami modelling from submarine landslide in Gulf of Naples, Southern Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy.

22-24 Pannello 95 Fanucci F., Morelli D., Corradi N., Balduzzi I. & Migeon S. Slope instability and erosional features of the Ligurian Margin.

22-25 Pannello 96 Lombardo C., Agate M., Lo Iacono C. & Sulli A. Bathy-morphological analysis of submarine canyons across the north-western Sicily continental slope.

22-26 Pannello 97 Maisto F. Quaternary stratal architecture of Southern Latium and Northern Campania continental margins.

22-27 Pannello 98 Meo A., Falco M., Chocci F.L. & Senatore M.R. The Taranto Landslide (northeastern Ionian Sea): stratigraphic framework and geological model.

22-28 Pannello 99 Passaro S., Matano F., Sacchi M., Vallefuoco M., Ventura G. & Tamburrino S. Active deformation in Naples Bay evidenced by integrated high-resolution marine geophysic surveys and InSAR data processing.

22-29 Pannello 100 Rovere M., Gamberi F., Zgur F., Facchin L., Sormani L., Visnovic G., Mercorella A. & Leidi E. Normal faults control fluid flow structures at the rear of the Calabrian Arc (Paola Ridge, southeastern Tyrrhenian Sea).

22-30 Pannello 101 Spatola D., Sulli A., Micallef A., Basilone L., Pennino V., Interbartolo F., Basilone G., Bonanno A., Ferreri R., Genovese S. & Pulizzi M. Fluid escape structures revealing volcanic and tectonic activity in the Graham Bank (Sicily Channel).

22-31 Pannello 102 Spatola D., Sulli A., Micallef A., Basilone L., Pennino V., Interbartolo F., Zizzo E., Basilone G., Mangano S., Giacalone G., Fontana I. & Gargano A. Volcano- and neoectonic-related slope failures in the north-western Sicily Channel (central Mediterranean Sea): Implications for understanding and assessing geohazard risk.

22-32 Pannello 103 Violante C., Sacchi M., Spiess V. & Steinmann L. Seafloor response to sediment supply from volcanic activity in the Neapolitan coastal area, Eastern Tyrrhenian Sea.

22-33 Pannello 104 Zizzo E., Sulli A., Agate M. & Lo Iacono C. A geo-statistical predictive approach to the Habitat mapping of Vulnerable Marine Ecosystems along the northern Sicily inner continental shelf (southern Mediterranean).

S23. Tephras and cryptotephras in Quaternary sciences

Conveners and Chairpersons Biagio Giaccio (CNR-IGAG Roma), Donatella D. Insinga (CNR-IAMC Napoli), Paola Petrosino (Università di Napoli Federico II), Roberto Sulpizio (Università di Bari Aldo Moro)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A33

23-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Nomade S., Giaccio B., Pereira A., Scao V., Zanchetta G. & Regattieri E. Implications of the recent results on the 40Ar/39Ar single crystal dating of tephras in the Apennines basins and further.

23-2 16.00-16.30 [KEYNOTE] Albert P., Tomlinson E., Smith V., Morris A., Di Traglia F., Pistolesi M., Donato P., De Rosa R., Keller J., Sulpizio R., Rosi M. & Menzies M. Volcanic glass geochemistry of explosive deposits in the Aeolian Islands: A proximal database for distal tephrochronology.

23-3 16.30-16.45 [KEYNOTE] Zanchetta G. Mediterranean tephrostratigraphy and Late Quaternary environmental changes.

23-4 16.45-17.00 Scarpati C. & Perrotta A. Temporal and spatial evolution of the sustained Campanian Ignimbrite Plinian plume as revealed by internal architecture of the fall deposit.

23-5 17.00-17.15 Smith V.C., Isaia R., Engwell S.L. & Albert P.G. Tephra dispersal during the Campanian Ignimbrite (Italy) eruption: Implications for ultra-distal ash transport during the large caldera-forming eruption.

23-6 17.15-17.30 Pereira A., Nomade S., Bahain J-J., Anzidei A.P., Arzarello M., Bulgarelli G.M., Falguères C., Peretto C., Piperno M., Scao V. & Voinchet P. Contribution of the 40Ar/39Ar method to the chronology of some Middle Pleistocene Italian archaeological sequences.

23-7 17.30-17.45 Arienzo I., Giaccio B., Regattieri E., Zanchetta G., Niespolo E., Pereira A., Renne P., Nomade S., Wagner B., Albert P., Gaeta M., Galli P., Mannella G. & Peronace E. Towards a ~1.5 Ma-long Mediterranean tephra record: first results for the last ~190 kyr from the Fucino Basin lacustrine succession, central Italy.

23-8 17.45-18.00 Budillon F., Insinga D.D., Iorio M., Camerlenghi A., Romeo R., Tommasi P., Tonielli R. & Lubritto C. Submarine landslide events constrained by tephrochronology: the case of the southern Campania continental margin (eastern Tyrrhenian Sea).


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

23-9 Pannello 85 Branca S., Coltelli M. & Del Carlo P. C14 dating of the Milo debris deposit at Etna volcano (Italy): new age constraints for the Valle del Bove formation.

23-10 Pannello 86 Porreca M., Pimentel A., Kueppers U., Pacheco J., Queiroz G. & Izquierdo T. Stratigraphy and reconstruction of the last caldera-collapse eruption of Sete Cidades Volcano (São Miguel, Azores): the ~16 ky Santa Bárbara Formation.

23-11 Pannello 87 Pappalardo L., Buono G. & Petrosino P. X-ray computed microtomography investigation of pyroclastic rocks of the Pomici di Base plinian eruption.

23-12 Pannello 88 Meo A., Falco M., Insinga D.D., Petrosino P., Aiello G., Di Donato V., Iorio M. & Senatore M.R. The Neapolitan Yellow Tuff tephra in the stratigraphic architecture of the Gulf of Gaeta shelf, eastern Tyrrhenian margin.

23-13 Pannello 89 Crocitti M., Sulpizio R., Insinga D.D., De Rosa R., Donato P., Iorio M., Zanchetta G., Barca D. & Lubritto C. On ash dispersal from moderately explosive volcanic eruptions: examples from Holocene and Late Pleistocene eruptions of Italian volcanoes.

23-14 Pannello 90 Bloise A., Cannata C. & De Rosa R. Preliminary mineralogical characterization of crystals from "Cava di Caolino" (Lipari Island, Sicily, Italy).

23-15 Pannello 91 Sparice D., Scarpati C., Perrotta A. & Mazzeo F. Pre-caldera eccentric vents at Somma-Vesuvius: scoria and spatter cones near Pollena Trocchia.

23-16 Pannello 92 Fedele A., Pedone M., Moretti R., Somma R., Wiersberg T., Troise C. & De Natale G. Real-time quadrupole mass spectrometer analysis of fumarolic gas.

23-17 Pannello 93 Del Carlo P., Di Roberto A., Smedile A., De Martini P.M., Iorio M., Pantosti D., Pinzi S. & Todrani A. Tephrostratigraphy study in the Fucino basin.

23-18 Pannello 94 Mazzeo F.C., Petrosino P., Arienzo I. & D'Antonio M. Combined geochemical and isotopic analyses as a tool for identifying tephrostratigraphic markers in distal sequences of Middle-Upper Pleistocene.

23-19 Pannello 95 Tamburrino S., Insinga D.D., Pelosi N., Kissel C., Laj C., Capotondi L. & Sprovieri M. Tephrochronology of a ~ 70 ka long marine record in the Marsili Basin (southern Tyrrhenian Sea).

23-20 Pannello 96 Leicher N., Zanchetta G., Sulpizio R., Giaccio B., Nomade S., Wagner B., Francke A. & Del Carlo P. Tephrostratigraphy of the DEEP site record, Lake Ohrid (Macedonia/Albania).

23-21 Pannello 97 Totaro F., Insinga D.D., Petrosino P., Pelosi N., Vallefuoco M. & Lirer F. Late Pleistocene-Holocene tephrostratigraphic record from Southern Adriatic Sea.

23-22 Pannello 98 Alberico I., Giliberti I., Insinga D.D., Petrosino P., Vallefuoco M., Lirer F., Bonomo S., Cascella A., Anzalone E., Barra R., Marsella E. & Ferraro L. MeSCo database as a tool for integrated stratigraphy studies in the Mediterranean Basin.

23-23 Pannello 99 Albert P., Smith V., Tomlinson E., Takehiko S. & Nakagawa T. Trace element compositions of the tephra layers recorded in the Lake Suigetsu (Honshu Island, Japan) sedimentary record: An insight into compositional variation along the arc and the tempo of volcanism.

23-24 Pannello 100 Del Carlo P., Branca S. & D'Oriano C. New findings of Etna pumice fall deposits on Nebrodi Mountains (NE Sicily) and implications for distal tephra correlations in the Mediterranean area.

S24. Volcanic and seismic hazard monitoring: from field data to numerical modelling through remote sensing

Conveners and Chairpersons Ciro Del Negro (INGV-Catania), Fabrizio Ferrucci (Università della Calabria), Gianluca Valensise (INGV-Roma1)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A36

24-1 15.30-15.45 Ferrucci F., Salvi S., Zoffoli S., Poland M.4, Bally P. & Chalifoux S. Risk management from space: achievements and indications by the pilot projects on Seismic and Volcanic hazards of the Committee for Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS).

24-2 15.45-16.00 Solaro G., Bonano M., Castaldo R., Casu F., De Luca C., De Novellis V., Lanari R., Manunta M., Manzo M., Pepe A., Pepe S., Sansosti E., Tizzani P., Zeni G. & Zinno I. DInSAR deformation analysis and modelling of megathrust earthquakes: examples from Gorkha (Nepal) and Illapel (Chile) events.

24-3 16.00-16.15 Pergola N., Tramutoli V., Falconieri A., Lacava T. & Marchese F. RSTVOLC: a satellite-based algorithm for volcanic thermal activity monitoring from space.

24-4 16.15-16.30 Tramutoli V., Corrado A., Eleftheriou A., Filizzola C., Genzano N., Hattori K., Lisi M., Paciello R., Pergola N. & Vallianatos F. Long Term Analysis of RST-TIR Satellite Observations in Greece, Italy, Turkey and Japan: a possible contribute to a multi-parametric system for the time-Dependent Seismic Hazard Assessment (t-DASH).

24-5 16.30-16.45 Madonia P. Ten years of observations of the thermal regime of Low Temperature Fumaroles (LTF, t<100 °C): state of the art, results and perspectives.

24-6 16.45-17.00 Petrillo Z., D'Auria L., Mangiacapra A., Chiodini G.  & Caliro S. A perturbative approach for the modelling of short-term fluid-driven ground deformation episodes on volcanoes: the case of Campi Flegrei caldera (Italy).

24-7 17.00-17.15 Bonaccorso A., Currenti G., Linde A., Sacks S. & Sicali A. Eruptive and source mechanisms at Etna volcano from strain detected by the borehole dilatometers network.

24-8 17.15-17.30 De Natale G., Troise C., Carlino S. & Somma R. Innovative volcano and multi-hazard monitoring systems at Osservatorio Vesuviano-INGV.

24-9 17.30-17.45 Neri M., De Maio M., Crepaldi S., Suozzi E., Lavy M., Marchionatti F., Calvari S. & Buongiorno F. Rapid quantification of geomorphological changes at active volcanoes: strategy, techniques and results.

24-10 17.45-18.00 Vicari A., Cantarero M. & Messina A. Low cost UAV system as support to volcanic hazard assessment.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

24-11 Pannello 101 Federico C., Giudice G., Liuzzo M. & Pedone M. Gas output rate from fumaroles and bubbling pools: combining Tunable laser technique and a Lagrangian dispersion model.

24-12 Pannello 102 Ganci G., Bilotta G. & Del Negro C. Quantifying uncertainties in satellite observations and their propagation in the numerical modeling of effusive scenarios.

24-13 Pannello 103 Lisi M., Corrado A., Filizzola C., Genzano N., Paciello R., Pergola N. & Tramutoli V. Long-term RST analysis of anomalous sequences of Earth's thermal emission, measured by TIR satellite sensor, in relation with earthquakes occurred in Turkey in the period 2004-2015.

24-14 Pannello 104 Piombo A., Tallarico A. & Dragoni M. Role of Mechanical Erosion in Controlling the Effusion Rate of Basaltic Eruptions.

S25 Geological safety of built and urban areas

Conveners and Chairpersons Francesco Maria Guadagno (Università del Sannio), Carlo Esposito (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Claudia Meisina (Università di Pavia), Concettina Nunziata (Università di Napoli Federico II), Gabriele Scarascia Mugnozza (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Vincenzo Simeone (Politecnico di Bari)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula DSU3

25-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Leroi E. Integrated platform of risk analysis.

25-2 09.00-09.15 Costanzo M.R. & Nunziata C. Ground motion modeling for the April 6, 2009 (MW=6.3) earthquake at L'Aquila district.

25-3 09.15-09.30 Tallini M., Durante F., Macerola L. & Nocentini M. Does a seismic double-resonance affect L'Aquila historical downtown buildings?

25-4 09.30-09.45 Durante F., Pipponzi G., Amoroso S., Cantore L., Cosentino D., Di Domenica A., Di Giulio G., Di Naccio D., Macerola L., Milana G., Nocentini M., Pizzi A., Tallini M., Vassallo M. Seismic microzonation of Castelnuovo (L'Aquila): investigations to refine the subsoil model for the amplification effect evaluation.

25-5 09.45-10.00 Macerola L., Tallini M., Durante F., Di Giulio G. & Milana G. 1D and 2D simulations compared to experimental data to evaluate the topographic seismic site effect (Monteluco relief, L'Aquila).

25-6 10.00-10.15 Nunziata C. & Costanzo M.R. Seismic microzoning of the historical centre of Napoli.

25-7 10.15-10.30 Varone C., Bozzano F., Lenti L., Martino S. & Scarascia Mugnozza G. Modelling of earthquake induced deformations in alluvial deposits at Rome (Italy).

25-8 10.30-10.45 Grelle G., Bonito L., Sica S., Revellino P., Guerriero L., Sappa G., Pecce M.R.  & Guadagno F.M. Seismic Response by GIS modelling in an urban area: prediction, accuracy and design utility.

25-9 10.45-11.00 Boncio P., Amoroso S., Vessia G., Francescone M., Nardone M., Monaco P., Famiani D., Di Naccio D., Liberi F., Mercuri A., Manuel M.R., Milana G. & Galadini F. Liquefaction potential in fine-grained sedimentation environment: Fucino lacustrine basin, central Italy.

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU3

25-10 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Nadim F. Modern Challenges Faced by Engineers in Risk Assessment and Management.

25-11 16.00-16.15 Guerricchio A., Doglioni A. & Simeone V. Natural hazard affecting the ancient town of Mileto (Southern Italy).

25-12 16.15-16.30 Cuculo F., Di Ludovico A., di Niro A., Di Nucci L., Izzo M.P. The evaluation of the security of the built area behind the Embankment structures in the final part of the Biferno river (Molise Region).

25-13 16.30-16.45 Mascellaro N., Guerriero L., Revellino P., Grelle G. & Guadagno F.M. Floods, landslides and soil erosion from extraordinary meteorological events in the Benevento Province, southern Italy.

25-14 16.45-17.00 Fiorillo F. & Meo M. Landslides and flash floods induced by the 22 November 2011 storm, north-eastern Sicily.

25-15 17.00-17.15 Schilirò L., Esposito C. & Scarascia Mugnozza G. Susceptibility analysis of rainfall-induced shallow landslides in the city of Rome (Italy) through a physically-based approach.

25-16 17.15-17.30 Acito S., Berardi C., Doglioni A., Festa V., Gandi G. & Simeone V. Stability problems and consolidation works in the ancient town of Matera.

25-17 17.30-17.45 Castelli F., Cornacchia C. & Lapenna V. Cloud platform and smart underground imaging for natural Risk Assessment in urban areas: the Clara project.

25-18 10.45-18.00 Tufarolo E., Pieruccioni D., Bernardinetti S., Colonna T., Guastaldi E., Cinà A., Petrolo F., Trotta M. & Minucci S. Remote sensing and geophysics for a multidisciplinary approach to the stratigraphic reconstruction to support the preliminary project of a new settlement (the case study of Kintélé – Republic of Congo).


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

25-19 Pannello 129 Cevasco A., Pepe G., Macciò R., Arrighetti F., De Stefanis E., Poggi F., Boni R. & Firpo M. Interactions between relict landslides and built environment: hazard investigations and monitoring at Mendatica (western Liguria, Italy).

25-20 Pannello 130 Da Pelo S., Cocco L., Pistis S., Vacca S. & Ghiglieri G. Geotechnical characterization of secondary raw materials for road constructions.

25-21 Pannello 131 Doglioni A. & Simeone V. Tectonic drives related to slope instability phenomena in Salandra, Basilicata, south Italy.

25-22 Pannello 132 Durante F., Pipponzi G., Cosentino D., Del Monte E., Ghinelli A., Ilic V., Macerola L., Nocentini M., Tallini M. The cave systems of Castelnuovo (L'Aquila): multidisciplinary investigations for ground consolidation.

25-23 Pannello 133 Punturo R., Bloise A., Cirrincione R. & Gargano C. Natural Asbestos Occurrence in serpentinite-metabasite lithotypes and in agricultural soils derivate: an example from Calabria, southern Italy.

25-24 Pannello 134 Tallini M., Durante F., Macerola L. & Nocentini M. Up-to-date L'Aquila town subsoil model for seismic site and hazard evaluation: boreholes and single station microtremor data to investigate the Pettino Fault.

S26. Remote sensing for the Geosciences and the Environment

Conveners and Chairpersons Francesca Bozzano (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Domenico Calcaterra (Università di Napoli Federico II), Alessandro Ferretti (TRE Europa), Paolo Mazzanti (Nhazca), Alfredo Rocca (Nhazca)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A28

26-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Lanari R. Radar interferometry from space for the investigation of surface deformations: 25 years of observations and technological developments.

26-2 09.00-09.15 Bonì R., Cigna F., Bricker S., Meisina C. & McCormark H. Application of Persistent Scatterer Interferometry technique to estimate the Chalk aquifer properties in the London Basin.

26-3 09.15-09.30 Caporossi P. & Mazzanti P. UAV photogrammetric survey of the Poggio Baldi Landslide (Santa Sofia, North Apennine, Italy).

26-4 09.30-09.45 Vitagliano E., Scafetta N., Di Maio R., Calcaterra D. & Zanchettin D. Isostatic rebound between the riverbanks and the discharge of the Po River (northern Italy) by wavelet coherence analysis of high-resolution remote sensing and discharge data.

26-5 09.45-10.00 Giannico C., Del Conte S., Tamburini T., Ferretti A. & Barla G. InSAR applied to tunneling: examples and recent advances.

26-6 10.00-10.15 Baiocchi V., Giammarresi V., Giannone F., Ialongo R., Liso L., Piccaro C., Vatore F. & Vecchio M. First tests of Imaging rover techniques for the geomatic restitution of a sinkhole: the test site known as "Pozzo del Merro".

26-7 10.15-10.30 Marinangeli L., Pompilio L, Baliva A., Cardinale M., Tangari A.C., Agostini S. & Colantuono L. A multidisciplinary and multispectral approach to characterise the Corfinio archeological site (AQ).

26-8 10.30-10.45 Rossini M., Panigada C., Zaady E., Tagliabue G., Celesti M., Cogliati S., Colombo R., Rascher U. & Miglietta F. Mapping of biogenic soil crusts based on innovative remote sensing methods.

26-9 10.45-11.00 Romeo S., Di Matteo L. & Kieffer D.S. Contribution of remote sensing to landslide integrated monitoring system: the use of ground-based SAR interferometry in Austrian Alps.

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A28

26-10 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Salvini R. The application of modern technologies of Geomatics in the Engineering Geology.

26-11 16.00-16.15 Gandolfo L., Busnardo E., Castellarin N., Canella F., Canella C., Stabile M., Curci F. & Petrillo G. The role of national regulations in RPAS-based mapping projects in the monitoring of natural hazards that could involve infrastructure: the example of the Val Venosta Railway (Northern Italy – Bolzano).

26-12 16.15-16.30 Nardò S., Ascione A., Buscher J.T. & Valente E. Active faults and ground deformation in the southern Matese area (Campania region).

26-13 16.30-16.45 Carlino S., Troise C., Mirabile M., Sacchi M., Zeni L., Minardo A., Caccavale M., Darányi V. & De Natale G. Temperature remote sensing of submerged calderas: an application to off-shore sector of Campi Flegrei caldera (Southern Italy).

26-14 16.45-17.00 Vanneschi C., Coggan J., Mastrorocco G., Francioni M., Eyre M.L. & Salvini R. Remote sensing techniques in underground mining: Application of terrestrial LIDAR for stability analysis and optimization of excavation activities.

26-15 17.00-17.15 Bordoni M., Bonì R., Meisina C., Colombo A., Lanteri L. & Zucca F. Multi-sensor SAR data for landslide inventory updating: the case study of Piemonte Region.

26-16 17.15-17.30 Corucci L., Testa L. & Meta A. Applications of the MetaSensing's FastGBSAR for vibration and deformation monitoring.

26-17 17.30-17.45 Bianchi Fasani G., Mazzanti P., Robiati C., Rocca A. & Urbini S. Assessment of the geomorphodynamic evolution of the Boulder Clay Glacier area (Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica) by SAR spaceborne interferometric analysis.

26-18 17.45-18.00 Infante D., Confuorto P., Di Martire D., Ramondini M. & Calcaterra D. Integrated analysis of DInSAR and buildings damage data for preliminary vulnerability assessment of urban settlements affected by slow-moving landslides.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

26-19 Pannello 105 Cheloni D., Giuliani R., D'Agostino N., Mattone M., Bonano M., Fornaro G., Lanari R., Reale D. & Atzori S. The 2012 Emilia earthquake sequence (Northern Italy): evidence for fault activation and stress transfer between en echelon thrusts from a new geodetic dataset.

26-20 Pannello 106 Costantini M., De Nigris B., Francioni E., Gurarino P.M., Iadanza C., Leoni G., Margottini C., Minati F., Paglia L., Spizzichino D. & Trigila A. Remote sensing and deformation paths analysis: a PSP SAR interferometry application in the archaeological site of Pompeii.

26-21 Pannello 107 Di Mauro B., Julitta T., Rossini M. & Colombo R. Monitoring glacier albedo from space: evaluating trends and drifts from MODIS time series.

26-22 Pannello 108 Magarò M. & Zinno R. On the monitoring bridge by sperimental tromography.

26-23 Pannello 109 Mulè M., Tessari G., Fontana A., Meisina C. & Floris M. Subsidence zonation through satellite interferometry in coastal plain environments of NE Italy: a possible tool for geomorphological and geological mapping in coastal plain.

26-24 Pannello 110 Margottini C., Spizzichino D., Brustia E., Comerci V., Dessì B., Guerrieri L., Iadanza C., Leoni G., Trigila A. & Vittori E. The updated scenario in Europe of Natural Hazards Vs UNESCO Cultural heritage: the PROTHEGO approach.

26-25 Pannello 111 Matano F., Caccavale M., Esposito G. & Sacchi M. Application of Persistent Scatterer Pair (PSP) - SAR interferometry data: velocity and acceleration annual rates (1993–2010) in Campi Flegrei, Italy.

S27. Mapping, monitoring and modeling: tools for landslide hazard assessment

Conveners and Chairpersons Giovanni Battista Crosta (Università di Milano-Bicocca), Matteo Berti (Università di Bologna), Pantaleone De Vita (Università di Napoli Federico II), Paolo Frattini (Università di Milano-Bicocca)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU3

27-1 15.30-15.45 Budetta P., De Falco M., Forte G., Nappi M. & Santo A. A dissertation on the stability conditions of the Sorrento-Amalfi Peninsula: lessons learned from 50 years of research and future perspectives.

27-2 15.45-16.00 Doglioni A., Simeone V. & Grimaldi S. Geomorphic analysis by 2D discrete wavelet transform applied to multi temporal LiDARs of an area affected by a large deep seated landslide.

27-3 16.00-16.15 Matano F., Sacchi M., Somma R., Caccavale M., Esposito G., Minardo A., Zeni G., Zeni L., Catalano E., Troise C. & De Natale G. Integration of advanced methodologies for rock slope failure monitoring: preliminary results of the Coroglio tuff cliff MOnitoring SYStem (MOSYS).

27-4 16.15-16.30 Paronuzzi P., Bolla A., Del Fabbro M., Lenaz D. & Soccal M. An interdisciplinary approach for the characterisation of the clays involved in the catastrophic 1963 Vajont landslide.

27-5 16.30-16.45 Guerriero L., Bertello L., Cardozo N., Berti M., Grelle G. & Revellino P. Kinematics and sediment discharge of earth flow: an example from southern Italy.

27-6 16.45-17.00 Bayer B., Bertello L., Berti. M., Franceschini S., Morandi M. & Simoni A. Monitoring of a fast moving landslide in a weak cemented sandstones in the Northern Apennines.

27-7 17.00-17.15 Finicelli G.F., Carotenuto F., Angrisani A.C., Carratù M.T., Di Martire D., Raia P. & Calcaterra D. Application of a new methodology for landslide susceptibility assessment in the urban area of Napoli, Italy.

27-8 17.15-17.30 Del Ventisette C., Gigli G., Montanari D., Corti G., Bonini M., Sani F., Fanti R. & Casagli N. Triggering and deformation mechanism of the Vaiont landslide through analogue and numerical models.

27-9 17.30-17.45 Jaboyedoff M., Abellan A., Blikra L., Derron M.-H., Jongmans D. & Locat J. Why do we need conceptual models for landslides?

27-10 17.45-18.00 De Blasio F.V., Crosta G.B., Frattini P. & Valbuzzi E. Landslides on Earth and Mars: similarities and differences.


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

27-11 Pannello 105 Alberti S., Crosta G.B., Rivolta C., Bertolo D. & Dei Cas L. Statistical analysis of long-term displacement rate for definition of Early Warning thresholds applied to case studies of the Ruinon and Mont de La Saxe landslides (Northern Italy).

27-12 Pannello 106 Bordoni M., Meisina C., Valentino R., Bittelli M., Musetti M. & Persichillo M.G. Preliminary results of continuous monitoring of a slope with clayey soils prone to shallow landslides.

27-13 Pannello 107 Chersich M., Curone D., Devoti R., Galvani A., Osmo M. & Sepe V. Benchmark test of a GNSS low-cost, single frequency, geodetic monitoring system.

27-14 Pannello 108 Crosta G.B., Hermanns R.L., Frattini P., Volpi G. & Valbuzzi E. Megalandslides and possible earthquake-induced landslides in the Atacama Desert (northern Chile, Southern Peru).

27-15 Pannello 109 Di Fiore V., Tarallo D., Punzo M., Cavuoto G., Angelino A., Buonocunto F.P., Evangelista L., Giordano L. & Marsella E. 3D High-resolution seismic tomography on a Tuff Cliff in the Sorrento Peninsula, Italy.

27-16 Pannello 110 Disperati L., Trefolini E., Meccheri M., Papasidero M.P., Vacca V. & Viti F. Effects of bedrock structure on engineering geological mapping of Slope Deposits: examples from Southern Alpi Apuane (Italy).

27-17 Pannello 111 Esposito G., Danzi M., Del Vecchio U., Marino E., Matano F., Pignalosa A., Sacchi M., Somma R., Troise C. & De Natale G. Examples of vertical geostructural maps of tuff cliffs (Campi Flegrei, Italy) derived from Terrestrial Laser Scanning and Digital Photogrammetry techniques.

27-18 Pannello 112 Filomena L., El Hamdouni R., Muto F., Chacon J. & Tripodi V. Relationship between slope instability and active tectonic: Gimigliano case study in Calabria Region (Italy).

27-19 Pannello 113 Fusco F., Tufano R., De Vita P. & Calcaterra D. Hydrological monitoring of landslide-prone soils covering Camaldoli Hill slopes (Napoli, Italy).

27-20 Pannello 114 Pappalardo G., Mineo S., Perriello Zampelli S., D'Urso A. & Calcaterra D. Rock slope stability modeling for risk assessment in a historical site of Sicily, Italy.

27-21 Pannello 115 Raso E., Pepe G., Mandarino A., Cevasco A., Di Martire D., Calcaterra D. & Firpo M. Quantitative landslide susceptibility assessment of the Vernazza catchment (Cinque Terre National Park, Italy).

27-22 Pannello 116 Riccardi U., Tammaro U., Rotigliano E., Di Maggio C., Dominech S., Mercurio C., Agnesi V. & Obrizzo F. Re-analysis of multiple surveys GNSS data collected in a DSGSD context developing in Scopello (NW Sicily, Italy).

27-23 Pannello 117 Sorrentino V., Marino E., Pignalosa A., Santo A. & De Falco M. Geomechanical and morphometric analysis for assessing rockfall susceptibility using high resolution 3D model. The case study of "Palinuro Natural Arch" (Cilento coast, Southern Italy).

27-24 Pannello 118 Trefolini E. & Disperati L. Regional sensitivity analysis applied to shallow landslide susceptibility assessment.

S28. Geomorphological mapping as a fundamental tool for hazards assessment and risks mitigation

Conveners and Chairpersons Alessandro Chelli (Università di Parma), Laura Coco (Università di Chieti-Pescara G. D'Annunzio), Francesco Dramis (Università di Roma Tre), Domenico Guida (Università di Salerno), Marco Materazzi (Università di Camerino), Gilberto Pambianchi (Università di Camerino), Luisa Pellegrini (Università di Pavia)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula Piovani

28-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Campobasso C. & Dramis F. The new ISPRA-AIGEO object-based geomorphological mapping model.

28-2 09.00-09.15 Aringoli D., Farabollini P., Giacopetti M., Materazzi M. & Pambianchi G. Proposal of a new geomorphological legend for flood hazard evaluation and associated risk. Study cases in the Marche region (central Italy).

28-3 09.15-09.30 Giardino M., Bacenetti M., Perotti L. & Fubelli G. Geomorphological mapping of mountain regions: examples of a new GIS-based approach in the Western Alps.

28-4 09.30-09.45 Brandolini P., Faccini F. & Paliaga G. Geomorphological mapping in urban area: changes in stream network of Genoa historical city (Liguria, Italy).

28-5 09.45-10.00 Rizzo A.M. & Valiante M. Geomorphological map of Mt. Pruno southern slope, Roscigno, Cilento, Vallo di Diano and Alburni Geopark.

28-6 10.00-10.15 Magliulo P. & Valente A. GIS-based geomorphological map of the Calore River alluvial plain near Benevento (southern Italy) overflooded by the 15th October 2016 event.

28-7 10.15-10.30 Forno M.G., Gattiglio M., Taddia G. & Lo Russo S. DSGSD developed along the Cenischia-Nizza tectonic system in the Rodoretto Valley (Western Alps).

28-8 10.30-10.45 Palma B., Parise M., Ruocco A. & Calcaterra D. Geothematic maps as a supporting tool for the choice of engineering works in complex volcanic cliffs: the Ponza case study, central Italy.

28-9 10.45-11.00 Guida D., Cuomo A., Dramis F., Cestari A., Siervo V. & Palmieri V. Objective Geomorphological Mapping at Capo Licosa (Cilento Global Geopark, Italy).


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

28-10 Pannello 112 Argentieri A., Esposito C., Fabiani M., Scarascia Mugnozza G. & Tucci E. The "Franarisk" project in Rome metropolitan territory: preliminary results and remarks.

28-11 Pannello 113 Aringoli D., Farabollini P., Gentili B., Materazzi M. & Pambianchi G. Mapping wide gravitational processes: the cases of DSGSD and huge landslides in Central Apennines and related hazard scenarios.

28-12 Pannello 114 Aringoli D., Pambianchi G., Pierantoni P.P., Gentili B., Farabollini P. & Materazzi M. DSGSDs and huge landslides in the Central Apennines (Fiastrone and Chienti Valleys): comparison between structural-geological and geomorphological features.

28-13 Pannello 115 Cestari A., Siervo V. & Palmieri V. Object-based Geomorphological Mapping: application at basin and event scale, as support to shallow landslide hazard assessment.

28-14 Pannello 116 Chelli A., Aringoli D., Aucelli P.P.C., Baldassarre M.A., Bellotti P., Bini M., Biolchi S., Bontempi S., Brandolini P., Davoli L., De Muro S., Devoto S., Di Paola G., Donadio C., Ferrari M., Furlani S., Ibba A., Marsico A., Mastronuzzi G., Melis R.T., Milella M., Mucerino L., Nesci O., Lupia Palmieri E., Pennetta M., Piscitelli A., Orrù P.E., Panizza V., Piacentini D., Pusceddu N., Raffi R., Rosskopf C.M., Sansò P., Stanislao C., Tarragoni C. & Valente A. Coastal Morphodynamics AIGeo-WG: new geomorphological legend of the Italian coast.

28-15 Pannello 117 Chelli A., Segadelli S., Carlini M., Clerici A., Paganini P., Perego S. & Tellini C. The geomorphological map of the floodplain of River Taro (Northern Apennines) as tool for flood hazards assessment.

28-16 Pannello 118 Cuomo A., Cestari A., Siervo V. & Palmieri V. Object-based Geomorphological Mapping: application at basin and event scale, as support to urban planning.

28-17 Pannello 119 Deiana G., Melis R. T., Orrù P.E. & Panizza V. Geomorphological hazard and cultural heritage in the southern Sinis peninsula (Sardinia, Italy).

28-18 Pannello 120 Della Seta M., Fredi P., Giano S.I., Melelli L., Miccadei E., Pambianchi G., Piacentini T., Robustelli G., Schiattarella M. & Troiani F. The new Geomorphological Map of Italy: a proposal morphostructural legend.

28-19 Pannello 121 Dramis F. Deep-seated gravitational deformations, investigation methods and associated hazard.

28-20 Pannello 122 Del Soldato M., Riquelme A., Tomàs R., De Vita P. & Moretti S. Reconstruction of 3D models by historical aerial photos for geomorphological investigation.

28-21 Pannello 123 Palmiotto C., Loreto M.F., D'Angelo S. & Fiorentino A. A comprehensive morphotectonic image of the Tyrrhenian Back-Arc Basin.

28-22 Pannello 124 Segadelli S., Grazzini F., Celico F. & Chelli A. The extreme rainfall event of September 2015 (northern Apennines) in Trebbia-Nure-Aveto streams drainage basins: geomorphological mapping of ground effects for the analysis of debris flows hazards.

28-23 Pannello 125 Smiraglia D., Siervo V. & Guida D. GIS-based physiographic unit mapping for the ecoregional classification of Italy.

28-24 Pannello 126 Urbano T. Morphotectonic map of the Pescara River Valley.

28-25 Pannello 127 Aringoli D., Bisci C., Farabollini P., Fazzini M., Gentili B., Materazzi M. & Pambianchi G. Proposal of geomorphological cartography of hazard from debris flows: example from Sibillini Mountains.

S29. Geomorphological-hydraulic risk and human impact: analysis of the processes and solutions

Conveners and Chairpersons Corrado Cencetti (Università di Perugia), Piero Farabollini (Università di Camerino), Andrea Fredduzzi (Università di Perugia), Marco Giacopetti (Università di Camerino)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula Piovani

29-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Tacconi P. Fluvial Dynamics - the morphological-sedimentary approach.

29-2 16.00-16.15 Mandarino A., Maerker M. & Firpo M. 150 years of shifts: channel mobility of the lower Scrivia river reach.

29-3 16.15-16.30 Dragone V., Muciaccia M., Basso A., Ciciretti L., Palombella M. & Polemio M. A multiple approach to support geo hydrological risk mitigation pursued by the land reclamation authority (Gargano, Apulia).

29-4 16.30-16.45 Farabollini P., Aringoli D., Giacopetti M., Materazzi M., Pambianchi G., Tromboni M., Cochetta C., Mangoni M. & Viti F. Hydro-geomorphological risk in the central and southern Marche: survey, analysis of river criticalities and proposals of intervention.

29-5 16.45-17.00 Di Francesco R., Farabollini P. & Scalella G. Fluvial erosion and landslides processes affecting the pelitic bedrock in the riverbed: examples from middle-lower Marche-Abruzzi fluvial river.

29-6 17.00-17.15 Scopesi C., Rellini I., Firpo M., Schmaltz E., Maerker M. & Olivari S. Assessment of land cover changes on flood generation in a small Mediterranean catchment using an SCS-CN modeling approach: A case study in the Vernazza catchment, Cinque Terre National Park, Liguria, Italy.

29-7 17.15-17.30 Doglioni A. & Simeone V. Simulation of Natural Hazard related to a severe flood event in a network of ephemeral streams.

29-8 17.30-17.45 Santangelo N., Santo A., Scorpio V., Forte G., De Falco M. & Vennari C. Flash flood hazard in Campania (Southern Apennines): the state of knowledge.

29-9 17.45-18.00 Cencetti C., De Rosa P. & Fredduzzi A. Analysis and characterization of historical and recent landslide dams in the Umbria-Marche Apennine area.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

29-10 Pannello 128 Farabollini P., Fazzini M. & Scalella G. Geomorphological effect of The July '99 flash flood in the Tenna basin (central Italy).

29-11 Pannello 129 Palumbo M. & Ascione A. Application of rainfall/runoff methods in mountain catchments: a case study from the southern Apennines.

29-12 Pannello 130 Romeo S. & Di Matteo L. The impact of landslide dam on a Mediterranean small basin: the case of extinct Costantino lake (Calabria, Southern Italy).

29-13 Pannello 131 Scalella G., Di Francesco R. & Farabollini P. The Porchiano ephemeral lake: an example of temporary dams in pelitic bedrock in the Mount Ascensione area (southern Marche).

S30. Groundwater resource among human needs, reuse and environmental requirements

Conveners and Chairpersons Alfonso Corniello (Università di Napoli Federico II), Antonella Baiocchi (Università della Tuscia), Emma Petrella (Università di Parma), Maurizio Polemio (CNR-IRPI Bari), Michele Saroli (Università di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale), Marco Tallini (Università de L'Aquila)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - A36

30-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Candela L. Wastewater reuse: Weighing the pros &cons of soil and groundwater application.

30-2 16.00-16.15 Banzato F., Campagnoli L., Morabito G., Orpianesi S., Pollastrelli A. & Petitta M. Optimization of groundwater and surface water resources integrated management in protected areas: San Chiodo Spring, Sibillini Mounts, Central Italy.

30-3 16.15-16.30 Saroli M., Lancia M. & Petitta M. The hydrogeology of the Cassino basin from Boni to Celico: 30 years later.

30-4 16.30-16.45 Esposito L., Fiorillo F., Testa G., Vernacchia L., Catani V., Revellino P. & Guadagno F.M. Geological structural effects on groundwater flows: the case of the Riardo Plain (Southern Italy).

30-5 16.45-17.00 Armiento G., Baiocchi A., Crovato C., Lotti F., Mazzuoli M., Nardi E., Piscopo V. & Proposito M. Distribution of arsenic in rocks and groundwater of Cimino-Vico volcanic area: what can be inferred to identify water resources for human consumption.

30-6 17.00-17.15 Corniello A., Ducci D., Sellerino M., Stellato L., Del Gaudio E., Di Rienzo B. & Tessitore S. New considerations about nitrate content in groundwater of the alluvial-pyroclastic aquifer of the Campanian Plain (southern Italy).

30-7 17.15-17.30 Dalla Libera N., Fabbri P., Mason L., Piccinini L. & Pola M. Exceedance probability of some arsenic threshold values.

30-8 17.30-17.45 Gremillion P. Balancing the Needs of Stakeholders and Ecosystems in the Management of the Nubian Aquifer, Northeast Africa.

30-9 17.45-18.00 Alberti L., Azzellino A., Colombo L., Cantone M. & Lombi S. Multivariate data analysis and numerical modeling: a combined approach to assess the Groundwater contamination in Milan Functional Urban Area.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

30-10 Pannello 132 Apollaro C., Barca D., Bloise A., Critelli T., De Rosa R., Miriello D. & Vespasiano G. Reaction path modeling as a tool to investigate the water rock interaction in a crystalline aquifer in the Sila massif (Calabria).

30-11 Pannello 133 Cianflone G., Vespasiano G., Apollaro C., Dominici R., Marini L., Romanazzi A., Polemio M. & De Rosa R. Geochemical study of the groundwater in the Sibari Plain (Calabria, Southern Italy).

30-12 Pannello 134 Cuiuli E. The top of the intermediate confined acquifer map of S. E. Lamezia Plain (Calabria) as a support to the planning and the protection of water resources.

30-13 Pannello 135 De Giorgio G., Santaloia F., Zuffianò L.E., Basso A., Dragone V. & Polemio M. Degradation of coastal aquifers of the Adriatic and Ionian Sea: the framework of knowledge.

30-14 Pannello 136 Polemio M. & Zuffianò L.E. Management of groundwater at salinisation risk.

30-15 Pannello 137 Vacca C., Vespasiano G., Critelli T., Apollaro C., Dominici R. & De Rosa R. Analysis of rivers pollution in the Bagnara Calabra and Monasterace areas (Calabria - South Italy).

30-16 Pannello 138 Valigi D., Luque-Espinar J.A., Di Matteo L., Cencetti C. & Pardo-Igúzquiza E. Relationship between water surplus and piezometric heads in the Upper Tiber aquifer (central Italy).

S31. Traditional and innovative approaches for hydrogeological surveys and monitoring

Conveners and Chairpersons Paolo Fabbri (Università di Padova), Mariachiara Caschetto (Università di Roma La Sapienza), Maria Filippini (Università di Bologna), Marco Masetti (Università di Milano), Sergio Rusi (Università di Chieti-Pescara G. D'Annunzio), Glenda Taddia (Politecnico di Torino), Rosa Di Maio (Università di Napoli)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A36

31-1 08.30-08.45 Allocca V., Corniello A., De Vita P., Ducci D., Pizzolante A. & Romano N. Hydrogeological and vadose zone studies in the framework of the "Campania Trasparente" project (southern Italy).

31-2 08.45-09.00 Rani P., Di Maio R., Piegari E., Soupios P. & Milano L. Time evolution of self-potential anomaly sources due to organic contaminant transport by different data inversion approaches.

31-3 09.00-09.15 Di Curzio D. & Rusi S. Multidisciplinary approach and modeling of a case of complex contamination in an Adriatic coastal aquifer.

31-4 09.15-09.30 Marchesi M., Pietrini I., Stella T., Antelmi M., Antonelli D., de Ferra F., Franzetti A., Shouakar-Stash O., Aravena R. & Alberti L. Chlorinated solvents contaminated site characterization by the use of advanced techniques: multilevel sampling, CSIA, BMTs and numerical modeling.

31-5 09.30-09.45 Taddia G., Dabove P., Cerino Abdin E., Manzino A.M. & Lo Russo S. Open-Loop Groundwater Heat Pump System: dynamic behavior and cross-correlation between the groundwater temperature and electrical conductivity.

31-6 09.45-10.00 Lancia M., Saroli M. & Petitta M. Permeability evaluation of fractured rock-masses in the Cassino area (central Italy).

31-7 10.00-10.15 Pola M., Fabbri P., Piccinini L., Zampieri D., Dalla Libera N. & Cacace M. The role of fault damage zones in fluid flow: the case study of the Euganean Geothermal System (NE Italy).

31-8 10.15-10.30 Barberio M.D., Billi A., Doglioni C., Lacchini A., Marinelli V. & Petitta M. Groundwater change and seismic activity: hydrogeological monitoring as a possible key to identification of seismic precursors.

31-9 10.30-10.45 Allocca V., Coda S., De Vita P., Iorio A. & Viola R. Piezometric level rise in the coastal alluvial plain of Naples (southern Italy) and its influence on civil engineering structures.

31-10 10.45-11.00 Menghini A. & Viezzoli A. Airborne EM mapping over large areas for the hydrogeological study of the Peace River Basin, British Columbia, Canada. Preliminary results.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

31-11 Pannello 139 Calamita G., Perrone A., Brocca L., Onorati B. & Manfreda S. Field test of a multi-frequency electromagnetic induction sensor for soil moisture monitoring in southern Italy test sites.

31-12 Pannello 140 Capozzoli L., Giampaolo V., Rizzo E. & Lapenna V. Near surface geophysical techniques for the long-term monitoring of groundwater and subsoil contamination: first experimental results.

31-13 Pannello 141 Di Giuseppe M.G., Troiano A., Somma R., Di Vito M.A., Matano F., Troise C. & De Natale G. Definition of shallow volcanic structures by integrating the Electrical Resistivity Tomography and the geological field observations: the Seiano tunnel and the Coroglio - Trentaremi cliff sites in the Campi Flegrei outer rim (Naples, Italy).

31-14 Pannello 142 Di Matteo L., Pauselli C., Cambi C., Ercoli M., Guerra G., Ricco R., Rossi M., Valigi D. & Vinti G. Integrated monitoring technologies for the estimation of water content in unsaturated sandy soils.

31-15 Pannello 143 Doglioni A. & Simeone V. Management of shallow groundwater resources by data mining.

31-16 Pannello 144 De Carlo L., Vergine P., Salerno C., Pollice A., Berardi G., Caputo M.C. & Vurro M. Monitoring nitrate movement in soil columns by using 4D time-lapse ERT.

31-17 Pannello 145 Ferrando I., Federici B. & Sguerso D. GNSS contribution to monitor severe rainfalls.

31-18 Pannello 146 Kirmizakis P., Ntarlagiannis D., Kalderis D. & Soupios P. Monitoring of organic load reduction in olive-mill wastewater by biochar using the spectral induced polarization (SIP) method.

31-19 Pannello 147 Maraio S., Pieruccioni D., Bruno P.P.G., Minucci S., Cicala V., Bernardinetti S., Petrolo F. & Tufarolo E. High resolution seismic imaging of complex environments for groundwater research. The example of Val di Cecina area (Tuscany, Italy).

31-20 Pannello 148 Ruggieri G., Allocca V., Borfecchia F. & De Vita P. Integration of remotely sensed data for the estimation of groundwater recharge in karst aquifers of southern Italy.

31-21 Pannello 149 Sacchi M., Caccavale M., Carlino S., Corradino M., Darányi V., De Natale G., Insinga D., Matano F., Molisso F., Passaro S., Pepe F., Somma R., Spiess V., Steinmann L. & Troise C. Multiscale integrated approach to understand the structure and evolution of the Neapolitan Yellow Tuff (NYT) caldera off the Campi Flegrei, eastern Tyrrhenian margin.

31-22 Pannello 150 Stellato L., Marzaioli F., Sabbarese C., Terrasi F., d'Onofrio A., Di Rienzo B., Ambrosino F., Belli M., Pati A., Sammartino O., Caporale D., Falco L., Brugiotti E., Vizziello M., Fiano V., Porcari L., Paolicelli M. & Taglialatela F. The applicability of isotope techniques to assess landfill leachate contamination of water resources: preliminary results from the Malagrotta (Rome, Italy) and lo Uttaro (Caserta, Italy) landfill sites.

31-23 Pannello 151 Turturro A.C., Caputo M.C. & Gerke H.H. Mercury Intrusion Porosimetry to Hydraulically Characterize Porous Rock.

S32. Archaeogeophysics: requirement or choice?

Conveners and Chairpersons Patrizia Capizzi (Università di Palermo), Valeria Paoletti (Università di Napoli Federico II), Michele Pipan (Università di Trieste), Salvatore Piro (CNR-ITABC Roma), Luigi Sambuelli (Politecnico di Torino)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A32

32-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Dabas M. Decrease of hazards within development projects by a multi-criteria approach; from archeology to modern pollution.

32-2 16.00-16.15 Capizzi P., D'Alessandro A., Martorana R. & Pirrera C. The use of non-invasive investigation techniques for the characterization of historical columns.

32-3 16.15-16.30 Paoletti V., Cicchella M.G., Fedi M., Florio G., La Manna M. & Pappalardo U. Integrated Geophysical Investigation of a Buried Roman Villa in Pompeii.

32-4 16.30-16.45 Moscatelli M., Piro S., Piscitelli S., Stigliano F., Mancini M., Gaudiosi I., Giallini S., Peronace E., Zamuner D., Verrecchia D., Giocoli A., Perrone A., Rizzo E. & Romano G. Integrated geological and geophysical methods to investigate the Palatine hill archaeological area (Rome, Italy).

32-5 16.45-17.00 Albano M., Bottari C., Capizzi P., D'Alessandro A., D'Anna R., Doumaz F., Martorana R., Moro M., Rossi M., Saroli M. & Speciale S. The role of earthquakes and landslides in the destruction of Abakainon necropolis (NE Sicily): results from geomorphological and geophysical investigations.

32-6 17.00-17.15 De Donno G., Cardarelli E., Oliveti I. & Scatigno C. Three-dimensional electrical and seismic tomography for assessing the state of conservation of a masonry wall.

32-7 17.15-17.30 Deiana R., Boaga J., Marson C. & Valluzzi M.R. Contribution of geophysical methods to the characterization of the subsoil at archaeological seismic sites: the case of Hierapolis (Turkey).

32-8 17.30-17.45 Schettino A., Perna R., Pierantoni P.P. & Ghezzi A. Searching for the Antigonea theatre: A magnetic survey in an ancient Epirus city.

32-9 17.45-18.00 Dipasquale M., Occhipinti R. & Zurla L. Geophysics applied to archaeology: multi-instrumental surveys for a Byzantine site recovery in Eastern Sicily.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

32-10 Pannello 135 Bottari C., Aringoli D., Carluccio R., Castellano C., D'Ajello Caracciolo F., Gasperini M., Materazzi M., Nicolosi I., Pambianchi G., Pieruccini P., Sepe V., Urbini S. & Varazi F. Geomorphological and geophysical investigations in the Roman site of Carsulae (Tiber basin, Central Italy).

32-11 Pannello 136 D'Alessandro A., Bottari C., Capizzi P., Cavallaro D., Cocchi L., Costanza A., Coltelli M., D'Anna G., D'Anna R., Fagiolini A., Fertitta G., Martorana R., Passafiume G., Speciale S. & Vitale G. A low cost customizable micro-ROV for underwater archaeogeophysics.

32-12 Pannello 137 Di Raimondo S., Grassi S., Imposa S. & Patti G. Research of crypts and/or cavities of the Bronze Age in the Hyblean carbonate soil by means of seismic tomography: a case study.

32-13 Pannello 138 Pappalardo G., Mineo S., Cubito A. & Pappalardo S. First outcomes on the study of a relict landslide at the Abakainon necropolis (NE Sicily).

32-14 Pannello 139 Schettino A., Perna R., Pierantoni P.P., Ghezzi A. & Tassi L. Magnetic and electromagnetic prospections at the Roman city of Urbs Salvia, central Italy.

S33. Metals in the Mediterranean area: Archaeology and current resources

Conveners and Chairpersons Maria Boni (Università di Napoli Federico II), Nicola Mondillo (Università di Napoli Federico II), Gilberto Artioli (Università di Padova)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A32

33-1 15.30-16.00 [KEYNOTE] Villa I.M. Provenancing bronze, alabasters, and bones: exclusion, inclusion and Occam's razor.

33-2 16.00-16.15 Addis A., Angelini I., Artioli G., Canovaro C. & Nimis P. Prehistoric copper exploitation in the Alps.

33-3 16.15-16.30 Cascone G., Casini A. & Tinagli L. Database of geological, archaeological and mining research in the southeastern province of Livorno. Analysis of the mining activities of pre-industrial age compared by the current exploitation.

33-4 16.30-16.45 Balassone G., Mercurio M., Grimaldi C., Germinaro C., Grifa C., Langella A., Di Maio G., Scala S. & Iacoe A. Mineralogical and geochemical data on metallic artifacts from the National Archaeological Museum of the Agro Picentino - Pontecagnano (Salerno).

33-5 16.45-17.00 Herrington R., Mondillo N. & Boni M. Nickel-Cobalt lateritic deposits and bauxites of the Tethyan belt.

33-6 17.00-17.15 Santoro L. & Herrington R. Ore Characterization by the use of Automated Mineralogical Analyses using Mineralogic Mining (ZEISS) technology: results from Hakkari (Turkey).

33-7 17.30-17.45 Mongelli G., Perri F., Rizzo G. & Sinisi R. Braunite (3Mn2O3·MnSiO3)-rich deposit within the ophiolitic sequence of southern Apennines, Italy.

33-8 17.45-18.00 Arfè G., Mondillo N., Balassone G., Boni M., Accardo M.F., Borriello R., Pelullo C., Scognamiglio G. & Viscovo S. "Critical" importance of the Silius vein system (SE Sardinia,Italy).


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

33-9 Pannello 119 Balassone G., de Gennaro R., del Re M.C. & Petti C. Metallic artifacts (Bronze/Iron Age, Campania region, southern Italy) from the collection of the Paleontological Museum of the University of Naples Federico II: a first look.

33-10 Pannello 120 Buccione R., Mongelli G., Sinisi R. & Boni M. Image analysis on bauxitic ores: he case of Southern Italy karst bauxites.

33-11 Pannello 121 Mondillo N., Boni M., Balassone G., Piccolo Papa A., Putzolu F. & Arfè G. The Campo Felice and Monte Orsello bauxite occurrences (Abruzzi, Italy).

33-12 Pannello 122 Mongelli G., Boni M., Buccione R., Mameli P., Mondillo N., Oggiano G.3 & Sinisi R. Critical metals distribution in Tethyan karst bauxite: the Cretaceous italian example.

33-13 Pannello 123 Mongelli G., Paternoster M., Perri F. & Sinisi R. Rare Earth Elements in Pliocene Phosphorites from the Salento Peninsula, southern Italy.

S34. Cultural Heritage in marine and subaerial environment: knowledge, development, fruition and protection

Conveners and Chairpersons Giuseppina Balassone (Università di Napoli Federico II), Alessandra Bonazza (CNR-ISAC Bologna), Celestino Grifa (Università del Sannio), Mauro La Russa (Università della Calabria), Antonino Pezzino (Università di Catania), Carmela Vaccaro (Università di Ferrara)


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A32

34-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Sabbioni C. Environment and cultural heritage interaction: current state and future perspectives.

34-2 09.00-09.15 Balassone G., Campanelli A., Di Maio G., Iannelli M.A., De Bonis A., Di Benedetto C., Graziano S.F., Guarino V., Rispoli C., Cappelletti P. & Morra V. The Roman villa of Positano (southern Italy): preliminary mineralogical study of various archaeological findings.

34-3 09.15-09.30 De Bonis A., Arienzo I., D'Antonio M., Germinario C., Grifa C., Guarino V., Langella A., Mercurio M., Amore F.O., Barra D., Aiello G. & Morra V. Raw materials for archaeological pottery: a multi-analytical approach.

34-4 09.30-09.45 Pagnotta S., Bruschini M., Grifoni E., Legnaioli S., Lezzerini M., Lorenzetti G., Palleschi V. & Radi G. Graph theory applied to Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for the preliminary clustering of archaeological pottery.

34-5 09.45-10.00 Photos-Jones E., Christidis G.E., Piochi M., Keane C., Mormone A., Balassone G., Perdikatsis V. & Leanord A. Testing Greco-Roman medicinal minerals: the case study of solfataric alum.

34-6 10.00-10.15 Ruffolo S.A., Cerioni A.M., De Santis M., Alvarez de Buergo M., Crisci G.M. & La Russa M.F. The role of diagnostic analysis in the restoration of the Fontana di Trevi in Rome.

34-7 10.15-10.30 Volpe L., Maino G. & Vaccaro C. Multianalytical investigation for dating purpose of contemporary artworks: test case on "Cubist Figure", attributed to Pablo Picasso.

34-8 10.30-10.45 Germinario C., Cultrone G., Izzo F., Langella A., Mercurio M. & Grifa C. Micro-Raman spectroscopy in the definition of provenance and technological characterisation of pottery: the study of Campanian Late Roman productions by means of a pseudo-correlative approach.

34-9 10.45-11.00 Ricca M., Rovella N., Comite V., Crisci G.M., Macchia A., Ruffolo S.A. & La Russa M.F. New antifouling products for in situ conservation of archaeological artificats located in underwewater environment.

Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A32

34-10 15.30-15.45 Amato V., Ciarcia S., Rossi A. & Santoriello A. The evaluation of archaeological potential of the Benevento urban area (Southern Italy) inferred by geological and archeo-stratigraphical data.

34-11 15.45-16.00 Bentivenga M., Cantarelli V., Guidetti G., Lucente S., Prosser G., Rizzo G. & Soldo G. A geological, archaeological and anthropological journey throughout the north-eastern Basilicata, Italy.

34-12 16.00-16.15 Ciantelli C., Déqué M., Palazzi E., Vaccaro C., von Hardenberg J. & Bonazza A. Impact of a Changing Environment on Panamanian UNESCO sites for a Sustainable Culture.

34-13 16.15-16.30 Di Donato V., Ruello M.R., Giampaola D., Carsana V., Liuzza V., Di Vito M., Morhange C. & Russo Ermolli E. The palaeoenvironmental history of the Neapolis (Naples, Italy) harbor basin from the Augustan Age up to the Late Antique period.

34-14 16.30-16.45 Di Luzio E., Carfora P., Caratelli M., Boccuti S., & Petrungaro R. Understanding rock materials exploitation along the Ancient Aappia route by means of integrated geoarchaeological and microstratigraphic analyses.

34-15 16.45-17.00 Ferraro G., Iannelli M.T., Le Pera E. & Bernasconi M.P. The archaeological site of Kaulonia (Calabria, southern Italy): new insights from drone surveying and sediment provenance.

34-16 17.00-17.15 Repola L. Three-dimensional survey and new forms of representation of the underwater cultural heritage. Island of Vivara.

34-17 17.15-17.30 Passaro S., Bruno A., Lagudi A. & Saggiomo R. Merging high-resolution bathymetry and 3D optical data for modelling a submerged archaeological site: a test from Capo Colonna onshore area, Crotone (Italy).

34-18 17.30-17.45 Valente A., Bravini A., Della Corte G. & Capobianco A. Technologies of intervention and management of the remains of the villa of Gneo Fonteo (first century BC) in Gaeta (central Italy).

34-19 17.45-18.00 Ruggieri N. An Inventory Proposal For the Conservation of a Historical Anti-Seismic System.


Giovedì 8 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

34-20 Pannello 152 Ciarcia S. & Amore F.O. The geological heritage: examples from south Italy inland areas.

34-21 Pannello 153 Barca D. The use of Laser Ablation ICP-MS in Cultural Heritage studies.

34-22 Pannello 154 Cantisani E., Fratini F., Pecchioni E., Arrighetti A., Pagnotta S. & Lezzerini M. The Argentario coast towers: geomaterials, history and conservation state.

34-23 Pannello 155 Ciarcia S., Amato V., Benedetto L. & Pellino R. Geotourism and professional updating: the experience in Campania (southern Italy).

34-24 Pannello 156 De Bonis A., D'Angelo M., Guarino V., Massa S., Saiedi Anaraki F., Genito B. & Morra V. Unglazed Pottery from the masjed-i jom'e of Isfahan (Iran): Technology and Provenance.

34-25 Pannello 157 De Luca R., Cau Ontiveros M.A., Pecci A., Le Pera E., Bloise A., Apollaro C., Crisci G.M. & Miriello D. Multi-analytical approach for the study of mortars and plasters from the Forum of Pollentia (Mallorca - Spain).

34-26 Pannello 158 Di Luzio E., Sottili G., Boccuti S. & Arienzo I. Chemical-petrographic and isotopic provenance analysis of the volcanic rock pavement along the "Via Appia" between Fondi and Itri; insights for possible geoarchaeological scenarios.

34-27 Pannello 159 Di Maio G., Balassone G., Bergamasco I., Petrosino P., Ricciardi M. & Stefani G. Pompeii geoarchaeological setting - An archive older than 40,000 years of volcanism, soil formation and geoarchaeological landscape.

34-28 Pannello 160 Di Maio G., Iannelli M.A. & Parisi I. Salerno geoarchaeological landscape recontructions - Urban geoarchaeology-

34-29 Pannello 161 Dichicco M.C., Laurita S., Mongelli G., Rizzo G., Sinisi R. & Sogliani F. Matera (Italy), the European capital of culture 2019: lithoids, resources and cave dwellings.

34-30 Pannello 162 Graziano S. F., Di Benedetto C., Guarino V., Rispoli C., Cappelletti P. & Morra V. Geomaterials in roman age: the case study of A41 mausoleum from archeological site of "Porta Mediana" Necropolis, Cuma (Italy).

34-31 Pannello 163 Guarino V., Arienzo I., Cappelletti P., D'Antonio M., De Bonis A., Peña J.T., Tibbot G. & Morra V. Minero-petrographic and geochemical characterisation of pottery from Pompeii.

34-32 Pannello 164 Guarino V., Triggianese A., Angrisani A.C., Finicelli G., Rispoli C., Di Benedetto C., Graziano S.F., Pagliano A., Calcaterra D., Cappelletti P. & Morra V. 3-D pdf model of Gesualdo ancient centre (Avellino province): geomaterials and weathering.

34-33 Pannello 165 Ricca M., Camara B., La Russa M.F., Alvarez de Buergo M., Fort R. & Ruffolo S.A. Scientific investigation to compare different cleaning methods on archaeological pottery from the underwater site of Baia (Naples, Italy).

34-34 Pannello 166 Rispoli C., Guarino V., Budetta T., De Bonis A., Di Benedetto C., Esposito R., Gotti E., Graziano S.F., Morra V. & Cappelletti P. Villa of Pollio Felice: characterization of mortars.

34-35 Pannello 167 Sinisi R., Rizzo G., Laurita S. & Mongelli G. The composition of the ancient Calvello ceramics (Basilicata, southern Italy): preliminary results.

34-36 Pannello 168 Soffritti C., Fabbri E., Pepi S., Marocchino E., Garagnani G.L. & Vaccaro C. Chemical and textural investigations on medieval slags from "ex-Monte di Pietà" archaeological site (Emilia-Romagna, Italy).

S35. Three centuries of Geology in Italy

Conveners and Chairpersons Marco Pantaloni (ISPRA Roma), Alessio Argentieri (Città Metropolitana di Roma Capitale), Gianbattista Vai (Museo Capellini Bologna), Ezio Vaccari (Università dell'Insubria), Marco Romano (Museum für Naturkunde, Leibniz-Institut für Evolutions und Biodiversitätsforschung Berlin)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A36

35-1 08.30-08.45 Vai G.B. Raimondo Selli's (1916–1983) scientific works.

35-2 08.45-09.00 Pizzorusso A.C. Leonardo da Vinci: Cartographer.

35-3 09.00-09.15 Luzzini F. The Edition Open Sources Project. Towards a critical edition of Antonio Vallisneri's manuscript Primi Itineris Specimen (1705).

35-4 09.15-09.30 Sammuri P. & Pantaloni M. Tuscany: mineral resources mapping in the 18th century.

35-5 09.30-09.45 Candela A. Exploring mountains: The geological travel of Paolo Sangiorgio in Valsassina (1770).

35-6 09.45-10.00 Abate T. & Branca S. Illustrating and mapping Etna's eruptions: from the iconographies of XVIII century to the modern geological cartography.

35-7 10.00-10.15 Visconti A. Geological lanscapes and manufacturing in Lombardy betweenthe 18th and 19 centuries: an increasingly close-knit interconnection.

35-8 10.15-10.30 Console F., Fabbi S. & Pantaloni M. Geological mapping in Calabria in XIX century.

35-9 10.30-10.45 Cubellis E., Luongo G. & Obrizzo F. Cultural climate in Naples between the birth and development of volcanology.

35-10 10.45-11.00 Pantaloni M., Console F. & Petti F.M. 1867: Early geological knowledge from the Italian provinces.

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula A36

35-11 15.30-15.45 Roghi G. & Preto N. Old geological maps of the Dolomites stored in the library of the Department of Geoscience, University of Padova.

35-12 15.45-16.00 Lipparini L. & Gerali F. Early oil explorations and production in the Maiella-Tocco Casauria oil province across the 19th and 20th Centuries.

35-13 16.00-16.15 Foresta Martin F. The 1906 Ustica earthquake, a case of civil protection of the last century.

35-14 16.15-16.30 Mosca P. & Fioraso G. The 'Carta Geologica delle Alpi Occidentali' (Geological Map of the Western Alps) of the Regio Ufficio Geologico d'Italia at the 1:400.000 scale.

35-15 16.30-16.45 Dal Piaz G.V. The crystalline basement of the Alps with particular reference to the Italian side: an unpublished report for CNRN by Angelo Bianchi and Giambattista Dal Piaz, 1958.

35-16 16.45-17.00 Battista F., Leoncini C., Riti L., Citton P. & Nicosia U. Egidio Feruglio, a geologist of the two worlds.

35-17 17.00-17.15 Manzoni M. Michele Gortani - scientist, humanist and statesman.

35-18 17.15-17.30 Argentieri A., Piro M. & Rotella G. Urban geology in Rome's natural laboratory: Ugo Ventriglia's legacy.

35-19 17.30-17.45 D'Angelo S. & Fiorentino A. When the Geological Survey of Italy goes underwater.

35-20 17.45-18.00 Vaccari E. The history of geology in Italy: origins, development and future.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

35-21 Pannello 140 Argentieri A., Cosentino D., Dal Piaz G.V., Petti F.M. & Zuccari A. Portrait of a bow-tie wearing gentleman: Achille Zuccari, General Secretary of the Italian Geological Society.

35-22 Pannello 141 Argentieri A., De Nardo V., Occhigrossi B.C., Piro M. & Rotella G. 1932: a historical database of natural and anthropogenic cavities in the Province of Rome.

35-23 Pannello 142 Cirrincione R. & Cristofolini R. The birth of Petrography.

35-24 Pannello 143 Boschis G. Giacinto Provana di Collegno, a pioneer in Italian Geology.

35-25 Pannello 144 Giuliani R., Argentieri A., Astarita T. & Scarascia Mugnozza G. Back to the future: Felice Ippolito, a forward-thinking Italian scientist of the XXth century.

35-26 Pannello 145 Lanzini M. The Geology and the Roman catacombs. Michele Stefano De Rossi (1834-1898), a geologist inventor.

35-27 Pannello 146 Laureti L. The contribution by the Lombard researchers to the development of geological mapping during the XIX Century from Brocchi to Taramelli.

35-28 Pannello 147 Marchetti L., Romano M., Petti F.M., Bernardi M., Citton P., Rossi R. & Schirolli P. Rediscovery of Curioni's slab: the oldest scientific description of vertebrate footprints from Italy.

35-29 Pannello 148 Paolini A., Colapietro A., Guarino P.M., Lucarini M. & Monti G.M. Use of cartography and historical sources in the study of human settlements changes related to the evolution of the territory: the Tiber River medium valley (Central Italy) case history.

35-30 Pannello 149 Petti F.M., Pantaloni M., Console F. & Fabbi S. The contribution to the geological knowledge of Tripolitania and Cyrenaic regions (Libya N-Africa): the first Italian expedition between 1910 and 1914.

35-31 Pannello 150 Romano M. & Avanzini M. The skeletons of Ajax, Antaeus and Orontes: misinterpretation of vertebrate remains as a proof of mythological Giants.

35-32 Pannello 151 Salvador I., Romano M. & Avanzini M. Wheat prices and the 1815 colossal eruption of Mount Tambora: tracing the global food crisis thanks to a superbly preserved archive in Northern Italy.

S36. Geoethics: a new way of thinking and practicing geosciences

Conveners and Chairpersons Stefano Tinti (Università di Bologna), Francesco De Pascale (Università della Calabria), Sabina Di Franco (CNR-IIA Roma), Alessandra Magagna (Università di Torino), Silvia Peppoloni (INGV-Roma1)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula A32

36-1 08.30-08.45 Dattilo V. & De Pascale F. The semiosis of the Anthropocene: the triangle "geology/geography - planet illness - society"

36-2 08.45-09.00 Giardino M., Lucchesi S., Dellarole E., Bagnati T. & Magagna A. Ethics of Geodiversity, geoEthics for Diversity: added values for Unesco Geoparks.

36-3 09.00-09.15 Tinti S. Geoethics: is it a new science or a new focus in geosciences?

36-4 09.15-09.30 Giardino M. & Lucchesi S. A new paper on Geoethics: THE "Laudato Sii" ENCYCLICAL LETTER by Pope Francis ON THE CARE OF our COMMON HOME, Planet Earth.

36-5 09.30-09.45 Liserre B. The importance of environmental education in Niccolò Machiavelli's thought in the context of the Italian Renaissance: a geoethical model.

36-6 09.45-10.00 De Pascale F., Dattilo V., Muto F., Bernardo M. & D'Amico S. Teaching resilience and educating to seismic risk reduction at school: a geoethical path in Aiello Calabro, southern Italy.

36-7 10.00-10.15 Ryazi Khyabani F. & Pieruccioni D. Will a geologist choose the environmental ethics or the economy?

36-8 10.15-10.30 Kalenge Nguvulu C. & Lupia Palmieri A. The natural capital challenges in the Democratic Republic of Congo: a geoethical emergency.

36-9 10.30-10.45 Somma R. Forensic soil analyses in a simulated murder case.

36-10 10.45-11.00 Tinti S. & Armigliato A. Are there geoethical aspects involved in geohazard assessment? The case of tsunami hazard quantification and mapping.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

36-11 Pannello 152 Lozar F., Delfino M., Cirilli F., Bernardi M., Magagna A. & Giardino M. "Urban Fossils": a project enabling reflections concerning human impact on planet Earth.

36-12 Pannello 153 Gaudiosi G., Nappi R., Alessio G. & Porfido S. Macroseismic intensity evaluation for the seismic hazard assessment in the third millennium.

36-13 Pannello 154 Somma R., Silvestro M., Cascio M., Longo V., Barbagallo O. & Dawson L. The use of digital surface, terrain models and geophysics to define search priorities for clandestine burials in a GIS-based Red-Amber-Green (RAG) system.

36-14 Pannello 155 Seifilaleh S. & Ahadnezhad V. Review of the performance of the crisis management centers in Iran and analysis of these institutions in Bam earthquake.

S37. Geosciences at school: state of art and perspectives - Le geoscienze a scuola 2016

Conveners and Chairpersons Eleonora Paris (Università di Camerino), Manuela Pelfini (Università di Milano), Rosa Di Maio (Università di Napoli Federico II), Paola Petrosino (Università di Napoli Federico II), Sofia Sica (Associazione Nazionale Insegnanti di Scienze Naturali)


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 [15.30-16.30] - Aula DSU5

37-1 15.30-16.00 Occhipinti S. Promoting Earth sciences teaching-learning in the Italian schools: a great professionalism to improve skills and competence, an extensive cooperation for a network, passing through effective educational approaches.

37-2 16.00-16.30 Fanti R. The Geology Project in the framework of the "Piano Lauree Scientifiche 2014-2016" (STEM studies sustain initiative, Ministry of Education).


Mercoledì 7 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

37-3 Pannello 124 Altieri C. Esperienza didattica di coltivazione di Idrocarburi per studenti dell'Istituto Agrario.

37-4 Pannello 125 Angelini S. Teaching of geosciences in schools: the road is "touch".

37-5 Pannello 126 Baldin C. & Greco R. Earth Science Education in Brazilian schools: current situation and perspective.

37-6 Pannello 127 Balini M., Lombardo C., Bona F. & Grassi B. Learning paleontology on the field: the Cà del Frate fossil locality (Middle Triassic, Monte San Giorgio, UNESCO WHL, Italy).

37-7 Pannello 128 Barone A., Cammarata M. & Madonia G. The Natural Integral Reserve "Cave of S. Ninfa" (Trapani, Western Sicily) - An educational - didactic path in the environmental respect's field.

37-8 Pannello 129 Bellucci L., Belli M.L., Bernardi M., Citton P., Conti J., Di Vincenzo F., Ferretti A., Frezza V., Giannetti B., Massussi M., Mecozzi B., Petti F.M., Roncacè S., Toschi C., Tucci S. & Zuccari A. Kids geosciences labs: the experience of "Sabato al Museo" 2016.

37-9 Pannello 130 Berra F., Felletti F. & Zucali M. 3D geological modelling and education: teaching geological cross sections with a 3D modelling software to improve spatial thinking skills in geoscience students.

37-10 Pannello 131 Boccardi V. Epistemological aspects of Earth Sciences.

37-11 Pannello 132 Boiano U. The learning objectives of geosciences at school.

37-12 Pannello 133 Bollati I., Gatti C., Pelfini M.P., Speciale L., Maffeo L. & Pelfini M. Climbing walls in Earth Science education: an interdisciplinary approach for the secondary school (1st level).

37-13 Pannello 134 Boniello A. & Paris E. The use of virtual worlds in Geoscience teaching/learning.

37-14 Pannello 135 Borzatti A., Cascone G., Grassi R. & Vuat F. Leghorn Quaternary Ecology: interactive variations on the theme. Project paths of alternative and transversal didactics.

37-15 Pannello 136 Boschis G. Climate change and glaciers. A didactic link between research and school.

37-16 Pannello 137 Caironi V. Laboratory activities for schools as integration to traditional teaching methodology.

37-17 Pannello 138 Cantarelli V., Locantore V., Nocera M. & Lepore A. The "Junior GeoScienze" pilot project: geo-oriented class activities for 4-5 years old students.

37-18 Pannello 139 Cantarelli V., Bentivenga M., Guidetti G., Lucente S., Prosser G., Rizzo G. & Soldo G. The "GeoScienze" Project: an educational project for primary and intermediate school students of the Basilicata Region, Italy.

37-19 Pannello 140 Caputo G., Cicconi A. & Giunta P. Cambiamento climatico, arretramento dei ghiacciai e desertificazione.

37-20 Pannello 141 Casarotto C. on behalf of Italian Glaciological Committee: Glaciological trails on the Italian mountains.

37-21 Pannello 142 Cirrincione R., Maniscalco R., Catalano S. & Perri S. Teaching geosciences in primary school: an efficient training.

37-22 Pannello 143 Clocchiatti M., Barnaba C., Saraò A. & Zuliani D. An Arduino based Seismograph for an educational multidisciplinar approach about Earthquake Hazard.

37-23 Pannello 144 Crocetti G., Blasetti A., Magnoni M.L. & Invernizzi C. An interdisciplinary educational program to explore the Sibillini National Park geodiversity.

37-24 Pannello 145 Di Maio R., Allocca V., Iannace A., Mondillo N., Petrosino P. & Romano P. Un ponte tra la Scuola e l'Università per la divulgazione delle Scienze della Terra: l'esperienza del DiSTAR.

37-25 Pannello 146 Di Nezza M., De Santis A. & D'Addezio G. CityQuest & "Caccia al...Tesoro dei Castelli", La nuova frontiera della divulgazione formato 2.0.

37-26 Pannello 147 Erbisti M., Invernizzi M.C. & Paris E. Teaching Palaeontology at school: a focus on fossils with a University-School Museum Project.

37-27 Pannello 148 Giamborino A. & Coppola T. The Story of Earth through the fun and entertainment: the playful aspect of fossils.

37-28 Pannello 149 Gravina T., Occhipinti S., Boccardi V. & Fantini F. The Italian Earth's Science Olympiad: a reflection on results of first edition.

37-29 Pannello 150 Grieco G., Gatta G.D., Merlini M., Porta M. & Pelfini M. From nature to human needs: availability and use of geomaterials in Earth Sciences education.

37-30 Pannello 151 La Longa F., Crescimbene M., Alfonsi L., Cesaroni C. & Romano V. Expedition to the South Pole: experience of the educational laboratory on polar sciences with primary schools.

37-31 Pannello 152 Lancellotti L., Paris E. & Greco R. The teaching attitudes of the teachers inscribing their school to the Natural Science Olympiads.

37-32 Pannello 153 Leonelli G., Strini A., D'Orsi P., Sironi S. & Galbusera C. Promoting Earth Science topics in the primary schools: future teachers at work in the university lab.

37-33 Pannello 154 Leonelli G., Penza M., Gario P. & Pelfini M. From tree rings to climate and mountain landscape changes: an interdisciplinary approach involving music and mathematics.

37-34 Pannello 155 Magagna A., Palomba M., Perotti L., Ferrero E. & Giardino M. GeoDidaLab: a laboratory for environmental education and research.

37-35 Pannello 156 Maraffi S., Pennesi D., Acqua A., Stacchiotti L. & Paris E. SoilQuest a Computer Class Role Playing Game.

37-36 Pannello 157 Meduri L., Petrella C., Salzano G., Di Maio R., Petrosino P., Allocca V., Iannace A. & Nunziata C. RISCHI IN CAMPANIA: un progetto formativo e di orientamento Liceo Statale "Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca" di Napoli - DiSTAR Federico II.

37-37 Pannello 158 Paris E. UNICAMearth: a research project on Geoscience Education.

37-38 Pannello 159 Pelfini M., Bollati I., Giudici M., Pedrazzini T., Sturani M. & Zucali M. Urban geoheritage as a resource for Earth Science education: the case study of Milan.

37-39 Pannello 160 Pelfini M., Pambianchi G. & Pellegrini L. The AIGeo role in developing new approaches and strategies for teaching Physical Geography and Geomorphology.

37-40 Pannello 161 Perugini D., Cambi C., Baldanza A., Barchi M.R., Bertinelli A., Burla M.C., Cannata A., Capezzuoli E., Cardellini C., Cencetti C., Cherin M., Cirilli S., Comodi P., Di Matteo L., Ercoli M., Frondini F., Margaritelli G., Melelli L., Minelli G., Mirabella F., Monaco P., Morgavi D., Nazzareni S., Pauselli C., Petrelli M., Porreca M., Rettori R., Spina A., Valigi D., Vetere F.P., Zucchini A. & Petrillo C. Promoting innovation in Geoscience education: the experience of Geology Courses of the University of Perugia.

37-41 Pannello 162 Pieraccioni F., Finato B., Bonaccorsi E. & Gioncada A. Charles Robert Darwin Geologist: a Learning Sequence about Volcanoes and Earthquakes.

37-42 Pannello 163 Porta M., Paris E., Pelfini M. & Invernizzi C. Dissemination of the geological subjects through the language of theatrical arts.

37-43 Pannello 164 Porta M., Pelfini M. & Paris E. Glacial environments in Earth Science education: Textbook chapters characteristic, teacher's approach and student responses.

37-44 Pannello 165 Realdon G., Paris E. & Invernizzi M.C. A teaching experiment on the learning of concepts related to geological time: first results.

37-45 Pannello 166 Scacchetti M. & Bertacchini M. School activities at the Cristalli ai raggi X exhibition: the gypsum of Vezzano sul Crostolo (Reggio Emilia, Northern Italy).

37-46 Pannello 167 Sica S. Earth Science nell'attività della Sezione Campania A.N.I.S.N.

37-47 Pannello 168 Sturani M., Parravicini P. & Pelfini M. Attitudes of pre-service teachers in planning and scheduling geo-field trips at secondary level: a case study.

S38. Open Poster Session

Convener Lorenzo Fedele (Università di Napoli Federico II)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

38-1 Pannello 156 Ambrosio F. A., Di Carlo P. & Stoppa F. Is it possible to optimize the traditional classification scheme of ultra-alkaline rocks by means of combined statistical methods?

38-2 Pannello 157 Bloise A., Catalano M., Critelli T., Apollaro C. & Miriello D. Hazard minor elements in asbestos and other fibrous minerals contained in the Gimigliano-Mount Reventino Unit (Calabria, South-Italy).

38-3 Pannello 158 Bruno P.P.G., Maraio S., Bernardinetti S., Bruga M., Cipriani M., Fiera F., Firetto Carlino M., Guglielmetti L., Maddaloni F., Margaria M., Pucci M., Rettori L., Tammaro F., Tedesco P., Vanotti M. & Zarrilli L. High resolution seismic imaging of fluvial environment from the Summer School in Exploration Seismology 2015 acquisition field.

38-4 Pannello 159 Caratelli M. & Santantonio M. New field evidence for an exhumed Jurassic paleoescarpment tract of the Mt. Pennino structural high (Northern Apennines, Italy).

38-5 Pannello 160 Colantuoni V., Langella A., Leone A.P., Mercurio M., Buondonno A., Grifa C., Colangelo T. & Muccillo L. The Geo Pedo-Bio Fingerprint (GPBF) of the "Aglianico del Sannio". A multidisciplinary study.

38-6 Pannello 161 Costanzo M.R. & Nunziata C. Structural setting of the Campanian Plain inferred from Rayleigh wave dispersion.

38-7 Pannello 162 Cucciniello C. Tetra-Plot: A Microsoft Excel spreadsheet to perform tetrahedral diagrams.

38-8 Pannello 163 de Vita S. & Foresta Martin F. The Falconiera tuff-cone eruption and its impact on the 132 ka BP Ustica island environment (Southern Tyrrhenian sea, Italy).

38-9 Pannello 164 Di Bella L., Frezza V., Ingrassia M., Chiocci F.L. & Martorelli E. The response of benthic foraminifera to hydrothermal vent influence in the Pontine Archipelago, Tyrrhenian Sea (central Mediterranean Basin).

38-10 Pannello 165 Di Stefano F., Di Fiore F., Caratelli M., Citton P., Stagno V. & Lustrino M. Carbonatite-bearing pyroclastic rocks in central Apennines: a preliminary petrographic report.

38-11 Pannello 166 Dichicco M.C., Grassa F., Mongelli G., Paternoster M., Rizzo G. & Sinisi R. Mineralogical, geochemical and isotopic study of carbonate veins, at the Calabria- Lucania boundary (southern Apennines).

38-12 Pannello 167 Falco M., Meo A., Ercilla G., Alonso B. & Senatore M.R. Multi-proxy analysis of two gravity cores from the Gulf of Taranto (Italy): recent sedimentary processes and centennial scale climatic variability.

38-13 Pannello 168 Fonseca J., Trua T., Marzoli A., Spiess R. & Marani M. Using Olivines to unveil the magmatic structure and timescales on Marsili's plumbing system.

38-14 Pannello 169 Gravina T. & Mari N. Case studies of natural hazard risks perception along the Italian Peninsula.

38-15 Pannello 170 Hoxhallari R., Barbieri M., Nigro A. & Petitta M. Water of Fier Region in Albania: an inventory of contamination and distribution.

38-16 Pannello 171 Iovine R.S., Wörner G., Mazzeo F.C., D'Antonio M., Arienzo I., Fedele L., Civetta L. & Orsi G. Magma residence times from diffusion chronology on zoned alkali feldspar phenocrysts from the Agnano-Monte Spina Eruption (4.7 ka), Campi Flegrei caldera (Napoli, southern Italy).

38-17 Pannello 172 Leone A.P., Aucelli P.P.C., Leone N., Capone A., Dente A., Fragnito F. & Amenta P. Using reflectance spectroscopy, morphology and constrained PCA for the assessment of within-vineyard soil variability.

38-18 Pannello 173 Luciani V., Papazzoni C. A., Fornaciari E., Dallanave E., Giusberti L., Stefani C. & Amante E. Correlation between shallow benthic and calcareous plankton zones at the Bartonian - Priabonian transition (Varignano section, northern Italy).

38-19 Pannello 174 Mercurio M., Ciarcia S., Russo F., Grifa C., Grilli E., Morra V., Mercurio V., De Bonis A. & Langella A. New geological insights on "Fiano di Avellino DOCG" terroir.

38-20 Pannello 175 Miserocchi S., Gallerani A., Giglio F., Giordano P. & Vigliotti L. The x-ray fluorescence (XRF) core scanning instrument at ISMAR-CNR: a innovative tool for sediment geochemical analysis.

38-21 Pannello 176 Moiseev A.V. & Sokolov S.D. The structure and history of tectonic evolution of Ust-Belaya segment of West-Koryak fold system (NE Russia).

38-22 Pannello 177 Nasta P., Boaga J., Deiana R., Cassiani G. & Romano N. Identification of effective soil hydraulic properties through an electrical-resistivitytomography monitored infiltration experiment.

38-23 Pannello 178 Pedone M., Troise C., Fedele A., Somma R. & De Natale G. A Lagrangian Stochastic model as a possible approach in volcanological applications of remote-sensing techniques.

38-24 Pannello 179 Pepi S., Sardella A., Vaccaro C. & Bonazza A. Determining the geographic origin of caper in Aeolian Islands by geochemical analysis.

38-25 Pannello 180 Roncacè S. & Nicosia U. "...Every contact leaves a trace...", Locard 1920.

38-26 Pannello 181 Ryazi Khyabani F., Moayyed M., Moazzen M., Mojtahedi M. & Pieruccioni D. A glance at the geological story of the Ghermi Chay, NW of Iran.

38-27 Pannello 182 Salimbeni S., Zhao L., Malusà M.G., Pondrelli S., Margheriti L., Paul A., Xu X., Solarino S., Guillot S., Schwartz S., Dumont T., Aubert C., Wang Q., Zhu R. & Zheng T. Upper Mantle Structure of the transition between Alps and Apennines Revealed by Shear Wave Splitting from the CIFALPS Project.

S39. The future vision of engineering geology: advances and perspectives for tomorrow's environment

Conveners and Chairpersons Francesco Peduto (Consiglio Nazionale Geologi), Francesco Russo (Ordine dei Geologi della Campania), Silvia Fabbrocino (Università di Napoli Federico II), Francesco Marchese (Italferr)


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [08.30-11.00] - Aula DSU5

39-1 08.30-09.00 [KEYNOTE] Wasowski J. Innovative remote sensing technologies and new opportunities for the engineering geology research and practice.

39-2 09.00-09.15 Acone A., Croce P., Modoni G., Palma B. & Ruocco A. Investigations and Analyses of the Natural Arch of Palinuro.

39-3 09.15-09.30 Chiara P. Engineering applied geophysics: a 2D and 3D widespread and versatile tool to support risk analysis, planning and construction of strategic railways and civil works.

39-4 09.30-09.45 Costanzo M.R. & Nunziata C. Vs models in urban areas from ambient noise cross-correlation.

39-5 09.45-10.00 Fabbrocino S., Todisco F. & Fabbrocino G. Lessons learned from interdisciplinary efforts towards integrated and reliable procedures for site characterization in seismic areas.

39-6 10.00-10.15 Belardi G., Vignaroli G., Rossetti F., Ballirano P., Billi A. & Urru G. Mitigation of asbestos hazard in natural environments involved by engineering operations.

39-7 10.15-10.30 Benedetti G., Braga R., Carlomagno F., Gasparotto G., Paolucci F. & Scuri A. Asbestiform minerals and their impact on underground works. A case study of National Railway Project in the Sultanate of Oman.

39-8 10.30-10.45 De Guidi G., Petralia F., Scudero S. & Vecchio A. Remediation and safe making of the quarry area "Monte Calvario", Mt. Etna.

39-9 10.45-11.00 Di Natale M., Di Ronza S., Eramo C., Vigliotti M. & Ruberti D. Defence work assessment to prevent beach erosion and river mouth diversion along the Domita Coast (southern Italy) - Experimental survey.

Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 [15.30-18.00] - Aula DSU5

39-10 15.30-15.45 Doronzo G. & Inserra S. Best practice in bioengineering for sustainable development and territory management.

39-11 15.45-16.00 Reina A., Di Donato G. & Saccotelli E. Assessing the degree of risk of the housing stock: the towns of Puglia (southern Italy).

39-12 16.00-16.15 Pilla C. Proceeding land reclamation the site of railway Terralba in Genova.

39-13 16.15-16.30 Giugliano S. & Paolucci F. The management of geological risks in the design of railway infrastructures.

39-15 16.45-17.00 Perello P. & Damiano A. Reliability of the geological forecasts in tunnelling: a complex issue with large implications for construction processes and environmental impact.

39-14 16.30-16.45 Benedetti G., Berti M., Moruzzi F., Rodani S., Sapigni M. & Sciascia F. Characterization of geological and geomechanical uncertainties and risks - The case study of two railway tunnels (Trento, Southern Alps, Italy).

39-16 17.00-17.15 Capozucca F. The Etroubles tunnel (Aosta): an innovative approach to geomechanical characterization of rocky contests in Alpine geological environment.

39-17 17.15-17.30 Perotti F., Rossi F., Pinardi F. & Poli R. Vibration issues: excavation monitoring during construction of the railway underground link Arcisate-Stabio, function of the geological reference model.

39-18 17.30-17.45 Coli M. & Pinzani A. Water inflow in tunnelling: knowledge for prevention.

39-19 17.45-18.00 Skuk S. & Zurlo R. Brenner Base Tunnel: Construction works - intermediate geological and geotechnical conclusions based on the construction of 50 km of tunnels.


Venerdì 9 Settembre 2016 - Area Poster

39-20 Pannello 183 Barovero G., Skuk S., Casale S. & Zurlo R. Brenner Base Tunnel: Excavation through the Periadriatic Line with a cataclastic extension of over 1000 m. Geological and geotechnical conclusions.

39-21 Pannello 184 Briganti R., Penna G., De Pari P., Discenza M.E., Fostinelli A., Romano S. & Baldi A.M. Geological study and field investigation for the definition of a complex structural contact in the design of a railway tunnel (Monte Aglio, Southern Apennines).

39-22 Pannello 185 De Pari P., Discenza M.E., Minnillo M., Paolucci F. & Romano S. Definition of the Geological Model for a railway design in a stratigraphically and structurally complex area (Oman, Eastern Arabian Region).